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21st Mar '17 7:34:36 PM GreyWriter
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** Rev. Leo Barnett is an actual faith healer. In the Wild Card world, this would make him an Ace - too bad that he is anti-joker and not afflicted by the Wild Card.
21st Mar '17 9:54:37 AM Karxrida
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9th Mar '17 1:16:20 PM rafi
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* A surprisingly rare power among superheroes, probably because it's not very visually dramatic.
* ComicBook/{{Raven}} of ''[[Comicbook/TeenTitans New Teen Titans]]'' heals others by absorbing their pain and some degree of their injury into herself, a grisly take on healing powers.

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* A surprisingly rare power among superheroes, probably because it's not very visually dramatic.
* ComicBook/{{Raven}} of in ''[[Comicbook/TeenTitans New Teen Titans]]'' heals others by absorbing their pain and some degree of their injury into herself, a grisly take on healing powers.



* ''ComicBook/XMen'' has some mutants with this power. The most well-known is the gold-skinned Elixir. Beyond healing, he can aso inflict damage and pain onto his foes in a similar fashion (causing his skin to become coal-black). He is considered an [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower Omega-Level Mutant]] for this.

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* ''ComicBook/XMen'' has some mutants with this power. The most well-known is the gold-skinned Elixir.Elixir from ''Comicbook/NewXMenAcademyX''. Beyond healing, he can aso inflict damage and pain onto his foes in a similar fashion (causing his skin to become coal-black). He is considered an [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower Omega-Level Mutant]] for this.



** Angel's blood even burns mutants descended from ancient beings whose mutations classify them as "demonic," but [[FanonDisContinuity we try to forget that]].

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** *** Angel's blood even burns mutants descended from ancient beings whose mutations classify them as "demonic," but [[FanonDisContinuity we try to forget that]].



* For a while Eddie Brock had his ComicBook/{{Venom}}'s powers pull a ReversePolarity after he came into contact with another person with heal powers. So now he has a white alien symbiote and all the associated powers and the ability to heal people. Not always a good thing considering he can also heal radiation, which [[ILoveNuclearPower gives people like Spider-Man or Radioactive Man their powers]].



* In ''Comicbook/TheInvisibles'', Jack Frost later gets to use this power, curing King Mob's lung injury.



* Recently Eddie Brock from SpiderMan had his ComicBook/{{Venom}} powers pull a ReversePolarity after he came into contact with another person with Healing Hands. So now he has a white alien symbiote and all the associated powers and the ability to heal people. Not always a good thing considering he can also heal radiation, which [[ILoveNuclearPower gives people like Spider-Man or Radioactive Man their powers]].
* In ''Comicbook/TheInvisibles'', Jack Frost later gets to use this power, curing King Mob's lung injury/
24th Feb '17 11:39:12 AM Kate
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* ''Literature/JonathanStrangeAndMisterNorrell'': [[spoiler:After Childermass's face is slashed with a knife, such that it's said it will leave a very ugly scar if it's left to its own devices, the Raven King heals the wound to a thin, old-looking scar in a matter of seconds.]]

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* ''Literature/JonathanStrangeAndMisterNorrell'': ''Literature/JonathanStrangeAndMrNorrell'': [[spoiler:After Childermass's face is slashed with a knife, such that it's said it will leave a very ugly scar if it's left to its own devices, the Raven King heals the wound to a thin, old-looking scar in a matter of seconds.]]
24th Feb '17 11:38:47 AM Kate
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* ''Literature/JonathanStrangeAndMisterNorrell'': [[spoiler:After Childermass's face is slashed with a knife, such that it's said it will leave a very ugly scar if it's left to its own devices, the Raven King heals the wound to a thin, old-looking scar in a matter of seconds.]]
12th Feb '17 3:58:40 AM Kakai
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* ''Literature/TheWitchlands'' has several varieties of this trope:
** Bloodwitches can keep people alive by forcing the blood to continue to course through their bodies and stopping it from flowing out of wounds. It helps that they can also control people's heartbeats.
** Waterwitches can heal injuries related to blood and other bodily fluids.
** Firewitches can heal inflammations and muscle-related injuries.
3rd Feb '17 2:53:06 AM NoxSky12599
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* Sulia Gaudeamus from ''VideoGame/FatalFury TheMovie'', although in her case it's any skin-to-skin contact. Hands are easiest, but when Terry is severely injured and hands aren't enough, she strips to her underwear and lays on top of him to allow for [[IntimateHealing greater healing through greater physical contact]].

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* Sulia Gaudeamus from ''VideoGame/FatalFury TheMovie'', although in her case it's any skin-to-skin contact. Hands are easiest, easiest and good enough for minor injuries, but when Terry is severely injured wounded and hands aren't enough, enough to save him, she strips to her underwear and lays on top of him to allow for [[IntimateHealing greater healing through greater physical contact]].contact]]. It works, but afterwards leaves her so weak from the strain that she can barely move.
29th Jan '17 1:25:25 AM Sabrewing
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* Healing techniques is surprisingly available to several characters in each installment of the ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'' series, which doesn't really discriminate between white and black magic as most [=RPGs=] do. Res and Gires are the most common among various party members, with Nares and [[BackFromTheDead Rever]] often being reserved for the given game's [[TheMedic medic]].

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* Healing techniques is surprisingly are, surprisingly, typically available to several characters in each installment of the ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'' series, which doesn't really discriminate between white and black magic as most [=RPGs=] do. Res and Gires are the most common among various party members, with Nares and [[BackFromTheDead Rever]] often being reserved for the given game's [[TheMedic medic]].
29th Jan '17 1:24:25 AM Sabrewing
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* Healing techniques is surprisingly available to several characters in each installment of the ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'' series, which doesn't really discriminate between white and black magic as most [=RPGs=] do. Res and Gires are the most common among various party members, with Nares and [[BackFromTheDead Rever]] often being reserved for the given game's [[TheMedic medic]].
28th Jan '17 9:26:48 PM mythmonster2
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* Mostly the domain of White in ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'', though Green also gets some.


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* In ''VideoGame/EternalCardGame'', Time, and to a lesser extent, Justice, have some healing spells and units.
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