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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.
24th Jan '17 3:27:16 PM MagicalDragon
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* In ''Literature/TheLegendOfTheIcePeople'' some members of the eponymous family have this power, most notably Tengel the Good.
14th Jan '17 8:40:57 PM WaterBlap
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Contrast TouchOfDeath, which touching the others kills them instead. Not to be confused with the Hong Kong medical drama of the same name. See also PsychicSurgery for a more invasive form of magical healing.

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Contrast TouchOfDeath, which touching the others kills them instead. Not to be confused with the Hong Kong medical drama of the same name. See also PsychicSurgery for a more invasive form of magical healing.
healing. If a character with this ability is paired with another character with [[TouchOfDeath the opposite ability]] or the ability to [[{{Necromancer}} raise the dead]], see LifeDeathJuxtaposition.
5th Dec '16 11:29:21 AM Zwazo57
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* ''Literature/Bearheart'': A woman's breast cancer gets cured when Saint Plumero lays his hands on the affected area.
4th Dec '16 3:19:26 PM Andyroid
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* Rose Quartz, from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' had healing tears, which her son, Steven, is disappointed that he didn't inherit. [[spoiler: He does, however, have healing ''spit'', which while gross, is actually more useful, when you think of it.]]

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* Rose Quartz, from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' had healing tears, which her son, Steven, is disappointed that he didn't inherit. [[spoiler: He does, however, does have healing ''spit'', which ''[[SuperSpit saliva]]'' which, while gross, is actually more useful, when you think of it.just as useful.]]
20th Nov '16 9:18:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Literature/TheDeedOfPaksenarrion'' by ElizabethMoon includes healing powers granted by various gods. Paladins also get healing powers, but it's anything but easy to use them, as Paks herself found out: You mentally dip into an awareness of the body, like a stream, locate the things that are impeding the stream, fix them, and then get forcibly ejected by a body that doesn't want interlopers on its territory.

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* ''Literature/TheDeedOfPaksenarrion'' by ElizabethMoon Creator/ElizabethMoon includes healing powers granted by various gods. Paladins also get healing powers, but it's anything but easy to use them, as Paks herself found out: You mentally dip into an awareness of the body, like a stream, locate the things that are impeding the stream, fix them, and then get forcibly ejected by a body that doesn't want interlopers on its territory.



* ''WildCards'' series has several healers:

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* ''WildCards'' ''Literature/WildCards'' series has several healers:
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