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18th Mar '17 3:48:16 AM EarsplittingLepidopteran
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* The [[TheLegionsOfHell Apostles]] from {{Berserk}} can usually heal from normal weapons if given time. [[BloodKnight Zodd]] for example has had his arms sliced off multiple times, he simply bends down picks up his arm and retatchs it like he's made of lego.

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* The [[TheLegionsOfHell Apostles]] from {{Berserk}} {{Berserk}} can usually heal from normal weapons wounds if given time. [[BloodKnight Zodd]] for example has had his arms sliced off multiple times, but he simply bends down picks up his arm and retatchs it like he's made of lego.
18th Mar '17 3:46:13 AM EarsplittingLepidopteran
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* The [[TheLegionsOfHell Apostles]] from {{Berserk}} can usually heal from normal weapons if given time. [[BloodKnight Zodd]] for example has had his arms sliced off multiple times, he simply bends down picks up his arm and retatchs it like he's made of lego.

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* The [[TheLegionsOfHell Apostles]] from {{Berserk}} {{Berserk}} can usually heal from normal weapons if given time. [[BloodKnight Zodd]] for example has had his arms sliced off multiple times, he simply bends down picks up his arm and retatchs it like he's made of lego.
18th Mar '17 3:44:28 AM EarsplittingLepidopteran
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* The [[TheLegionsOfHell Apostles]] from {{Berserk}} can usually heal from normal weapons if given time. [[BloodKnight Zodd]] for example has had his arms sliced off multiple times, he simply bends down picks up his arm and retatchs it like he's made of lego.
** However when Griffith forced him to join his cause, Zodd lost his horn and it hasn't grown back, it seems Apostles can't heal metaphysical injures.
13th Mar '17 10:43:52 PM Gamermaster
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* In the first chapter of ''Manga/KobayashiSanChiNoMaidDragon'', Tooru serves Kobayashi a grilled piece of her tail then grows it back.


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* Dragons in ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'' are capable of recovering from fatal injuries overnight. There's also a RunningGag of Tohru [[LetsMeetTheMeat chopping off her tail and trying to feed it to Kobayashi]], only to grow it back in a second.
12th Mar '17 3:00:29 AM Yozzy
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* From Anime/DragonBallSuper, out of the two {{Arc Villain}}s of [[EvilKnockoff Goku Black]] and [[GodIsEvil Zamasu]], Zamasu's fighting gimmick is that a wish for CompleteImmortality made him [[NighInvulnerability nearly indestructible]] and had this trope fill in for where he wasn't. Later [[FusionDance the two fused]] into a new entity called Merged Zamasu, with the intent of having Zamasu's immortality and Black's seemingly endless potential. The mortal Goku Black being thrown in tampered with the immortality and his healing factor started to give out towards the tail end of an insane marathon fight, causing Merged Zamasu to start tallying up injuries as well as mutating horribly on his right side.
11th Mar '17 2:18:57 AM jormis29
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* Chaosium's supplement ''All the Worlds' Monsters'' Volume III

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* Chaosium's Creator/{{Chaosium}}'s supplement ''All the Worlds' Monsters'' Volume III
8th Mar '17 10:29:44 AM ultimomant
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* In ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', the Titans are extremely fragile and relatively light despite their size. To make up for that, they have an extremely potent healing factor and feel almost no pain. They can recover from any injury as long as the napes of their necks aren't destroyed. [[spoiler: Titan Shifters also possess this ability, whether in human form or transformed into their Titans. Eren has regrown missing limbs and a tooth thanks to his powers. Likewise, Bertolt survives getting a SlashedThroat that ''should'' have been fatal and is barely slowed down. Reiner took this UpToEleven when he survived his head (his human head, not his Titan head) getting blown up with explosives by distributing his consciousness throughout his nervous system while his brain regenerates. Bertolt confirms that this is an ability all Shifters possess, but it's viewed as a last resort and because it can lead various kinds of brain damage (when Reiner recovered he was severely disoriented and had lost several hours of memeory)]]

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* In ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', the Titans are extremely fragile and relatively light despite their size. To make up for that, they have an extremely potent healing factor and feel almost no pain. They can recover from any injury as long as the napes of their necks aren't destroyed. [[spoiler: Titan Shifters also possess this ability, whether in human form or transformed into their Titans. Eren has regrown missing limbs and a tooth thanks to his powers. Likewise, Bertolt survives getting a SlashedThroat that ''should'' have been fatal and is barely slowed down. Reiner took this UpToEleven when he survived his head (his human head, not his Titan head) getting blown up with explosives by distributing his consciousness throughout his nervous system while his brain regenerates. Bertolt confirms that this is an ability all Shifters possess, but it's viewed as a last resort and because it can lead various kinds of brain damage (when Reiner recovered he was severely disoriented and had lost several hours of memeory)]]memory)]]
7th Mar '17 4:13:32 PM Totema
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** Although, as demonstrated in [[spoiler: Joseph's fight with Straizo in ''Battle Tendency'']] and [[spoiler: Jotaro's fight with Dio in ''Stardust Crusaders'']], the healing capability of vampires has a weakness in that it can take several moments for significant injuries to heal, and seem to be flat out incapable of regenerating lost body parts. The Pillar Men's healing ability, though, is on a whole different level - they demonstrated the ability to not only completely ignore such injuries, but even hijack replacement limbs from corpses with little effort.
12th Feb '17 12:14:10 PM ILikeRobots
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** The Good Fortune skill in ''Fates'' has a chance of healing 20% of a unit's HP at the start of the player phase, depending on their Luck stat.
12th Feb '17 11:28:16 AM ILikeRobots
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** Better Odds and Even Better in ''Fates'' are skills learned by [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Wolfskin]] and {{Kitsune}} units, respectively, that heal up to 40% of maximum HP every odd-numbered turn, for the former, and every even-numbered turn, for the latter.

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** Better Odds and Even Better in ''Fates'' are skills learned by [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Wolfskin]] Wolfssegner]] and {{Kitsune}} [[{{Kitsune}} Nine-Tails]] units, respectively, that heal up to 40% of maximum HP every odd-numbered turn, for the former, and every even-numbered turn, for the latter.
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