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12th Jan '16 5:13:18 PM nombretomado
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* Most maps on ''DelveDeeper'' have healing springs that will rejuvenate your dwarfs without them having to rush to the mine entrance (which will also restore their HP).
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* Most maps on ''DelveDeeper'' ''VideoGame/DelveDeeper'' have healing springs that will rejuvenate your dwarfs without them having to rush to the mine entrance (which will also restore their HP).

* ''RuneScape'' has the ogress-run spa resort of Oo'glog, which has several restorative pools available to players who have helped them, with effects such as regeneration and/or boosting of health, prayer, run energy and hunter skills, and marking the player as a follower of the god that the ogre race worships. * ''AgeOfMythology'' lets you create one with Forseti' God Power. It can't be destroyed, but if the enemy gets more units than you around the spring, they'll capture it and it will start healing them instead, so defending a Healing Spring should always be a priority.
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* ''RuneScape'' ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' has the ogress-run spa resort of Oo'glog, which has several restorative pools available to players who have helped them, with effects such as regeneration and/or boosting of health, prayer, run energy and hunter skills, and marking the player as a follower of the god that the ogre race worships. * ''AgeOfMythology'' ''VideoGame/AgeOfMythology'' lets you create one with Forseti' God Power. It can't be destroyed, but if the enemy gets more units than you around the spring, they'll capture it and it will start healing them instead, so defending a Healing Spring should always be a priority.
20th Dec '15 4:12:45 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheSilmarillion'' features a lake that possesses healing powers (due to being blessed by Ulmo), most notably used to restore Túrin from his HeroicBSOD. It is later destroyed by Glaurung, the first dragon.
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* ''TheSilmarillion'' ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'' features a lake that possesses healing powers (due to being blessed by Ulmo), most notably used to restore Túrin from his HeroicBSOD. It is later destroyed by Glaurung, the first dragon.
13th Nov '15 4:52:48 PM jormis29
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* ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}} II'' has wells. A character can drink about half the water contained in one to restore a decent chunk of health, mana, and stamina. There are also shrines with the same effect, but theirs is a one-time deal while the wells restores itself after some time. ** The first ''Diablo'' has blood fountains and purifying springs, which provide an endless supply of health or mana at a rate of '''one point per click'''. Keep in mind a high level character will have hundreds of points in either stat. It also has murky pools, which are single use and randomly change your attributes by moving a single point from one attribute to another, which is unlikely to either be beneficial or even help you all that much when it is, considering you will have tens of points into all of them by the time you start finding these.
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* ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}} II'' ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}}'' has blood fountains and purifying springs, which provide an endless supply of health or mana at a rate of '''one point per click'''. Keep in mind a high level character will have hundreds of points in either stat. It also has murky pools, which are single use and randomly change your attributes by moving a single point from one attribute to another, which is unlikely to either be beneficial or even help you all that much when it is, considering you will have tens of points into all of them by the time you start finding these. * ''VideoGame/DiabloII'' has wells. A character can drink about half the water contained in one to restore a decent chunk of health, mana, and stamina. There are also shrines with the same effect, but theirs is a one-time deal while the wells restores itself after some time. ** The first ''Diablo'' has blood fountains and purifying springs, which provide an endless supply of health or mana at a rate of '''one point per click'''. Keep in mind a high level character will have hundreds of points in either stat. It also has murky pools, which are single use and randomly change your attributes by moving a single point from one attribute to another, which is unlikely to either be beneficial or even help you all that much when it is, considering you will have tens of points into all of them by the time you start finding these.time.
13th Nov '15 10:48:36 AM HeraldAlberich
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Tunnel spring water."''\\ --Tunnel Hot Spring {{haiku}}, '''''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'''''
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Tunnel spring water."''\\ --Tunnel "'' -->--Tunnel Hot Spring {{haiku}}, '''''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}''''' ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}''

* The Fairy Fountain in the ''Zelda'' games. Also, the Goron Hot Springs in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess''.
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* The Fairy Fountain in the ''Zelda'' ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' games. Also, the Goron Hot Springs in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess''.

* In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime 3'', Samus can immerse herself in large Phazon pools to regain energy once equipped with the PED Suit. Though there are only two or three such instances in the entire game.
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* In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime 3'', ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', Samus can immerse herself in large Phazon pools to regain energy once equipped with the PED Suit. Though Suit, though there are only two or three such instances in the entire game.

* Every body of water is this in ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''. Since you drown when you run out of life, and there is only one life bar, "coming up for air" will fully restore your life. Possibly a {{good bad bug}}, since the DS remake gives you a separate bar when you're underwater. Except for that one body of water in Snowman's Land, which is simply so cold that it will kill you.
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* Every body of water is this in ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''. Since you drown when you run out of life, and there is only one life bar, LifeMeter, "coming up for air" will fully restore your life. Possibly a {{good bad bug}}, since the DS remake gives you a separate bar when you're underwater. Except life, except for that one body of water in Snowman's Land, which is simply so cold that it will kill you.you. Possibly a {{good bad bug}}, since the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoDS DS]] [[VideoGameRemake remake]] gives you a separate OxygenMeter when you're underwater.

* Averted, oddly enough, in ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''; there's a hot spring in one of the towns, but it doesn't do anything. (Of course, since you literally have to go through the Pokémon Center to get to it, it'd be pointless.) Played straight in [=FireRed=] and [=LeafGreen=] on One Island.
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* Averted, oddly enough, in ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''; there's a hot spring in one of the towns, but it doesn't do anything. (Of course, since you literally have to go through the Pokémon Center to get to it, it'd be pointless.) Played straight in [=FireRed=] ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue FireRed and [=LeafGreen=] LeafGreen]]'' on One Island.
18th Oct '15 10:26:30 AM rjd1922
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[[folder:Web Comics]] * Webcomic/ZebraGirl went into one of these and remembered her mother for the first time in a long time. * ''Webcomic/TheDementiaOfMagic'' has the heavily guarded Healing Springs, that can even resurrect people. [[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Comics]] * ZebraGirl went into one of these and remembered her mother for the first time in a long time. * ''Webcomic/TheDementiaOfMagic'' has the heavily guarded Healing Springs, that can even resurrect people. [[/folder]]
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[[folder:Web Comics]] * ZebraGirl went into one of these and remembered her mother for the first time in a long time. * ''Webcomic/TheDementiaOfMagic'' has the heavily guarded Healing Springs, that can even resurrect people. [[/folder]]
17th Jul '15 4:52:01 PM rcmerod52
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* Every body of water is this in ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''. Since you drown when you run out of life, and there is only one life bar, "coming up for air" will fully restore your life. Possibly a {{good bad bug}}. Except for that one body of water in Snowman's Land, which is simply so cold that it will kill you.
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* Every body of water is this in ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''. Since you drown when you run out of life, and there is only one life bar, "coming up for air" will fully restore your life. Possibly a {{good bad bug}}.bug}}, since the DS remake gives you a separate bar when you're underwater. Except for that one body of water in Snowman's Land, which is simply so cold that it will kill you.
4th Jul '15 11:21:35 AM BurstArteMistress64
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It's also common for a healing spring to [[GeniusLoci inhabit by a goddess, a fairy, a spirit, or some other magical being]].
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It's also common for a healing spring to [[GeniusLoci inhabit by a goddess, a fairy, a spirit, or some other magical being]].
4th Jul '15 11:21:20 AM BurstArteMistress64
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It's also common for a healing spring to [[GeniusLoci inhabited by a goddess, a fairy, a spirit, or some other magical being]].
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It's also common for a healing spring to [[GeniusLoci inhabited inhabit by a goddess, a fairy, a spirit, or some other magical being]].
27th May '15 9:51:50 PM M84
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* Franchise/{{Batman}} foe Ra's Al Ghul has a lifespan measured in centuries thanks to the Lazarus Pits. Despite the name, the Pits can't actually bring the dead back to life. They "merely" rejuvenate the dying. Whether it's old age or mortal wounds, the Pits heal all. However, the same properties of the Pits that can save people on the brink of death will also kill anyone who is still fairly healthy.
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* Franchise/{{Batman}} foe Ra's Al Ghul has a lifespan measured in centuries thanks to the Lazarus Pits. Despite the name, the Pits can't actually bring the dead back to life. They "merely" rejuvenate the dying. Whether it's old age or mortal wounds, the Pits heal all. However, the same properties of the Pits that can save people on the brink of death will also kill anyone who is still fairly healthy.healthy -- too much of a good thing apparently. People who are healed by the Pits are also driven into a temporary psychotic berserker state.
27th May '15 9:46:42 PM M84
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[[folder:Comic Books]] * Franchise/{{Batman}} foe Ra's Al Ghul has a lifespan measured in centuries thanks to the Lazarus Pits. Despite the name, the Pits can't actually bring the dead back to life. They "merely" rejuvenate the dying. Whether it's old age or mortal wounds, the Pits heal all. However, the same properties of the Pits that can save people on the brink of death will also kill anyone who is still fairly healthy. [[/folder]]
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