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12th Feb '17 4:01:45 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheWitchlands'', the chief difference between a living Origin Well and a dead one is that the former can heal any person submerged in its waters, regardless of how close they are to death.
27th Aug '16 6:32:15 AM VicGeorge2011
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* In the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "My Unsmurfy Valentine", the Wellspring of Hope has pure clear waters that can heal even good cherubs that are poisoned by lust arrows. Eros the rogue cherub tries to poison the well with a lust arrow, but unfortunately for him his effort fails, as the waters are self-regenerating.
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9th Jun '16 9:27:54 AM StFan
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->''"There's no need to rush\\

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->''"There's ->''There's no need to rush\\



Tunnel spring water."''
-->--Tunnel Hot Spring {{haiku}}, ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}''

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Tunnel spring water."''
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-->-- '''Tunnel
Hot Spring {{haiku}}, {{haiku}}''', ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}''






* In the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie ''Anime/PokemonMewtwoReturns'', part of the plot revolves around a lake with healthful qualities due to the purity of the water. The most extreme result is demonstrated at the climax.
** Also seen in ''{{Manga/Pokemon Special}}'' where Red and Sabrina got serious frostbite due to the actions of Lorelei and have to seek out a particular hot spring to cure it.

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* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':
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In the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie ''Anime/PokemonMewtwoReturns'', part of the plot revolves around a lake with healthful qualities due to the purity of the water. The most extreme result is demonstrated at the climax.
** Also seen in ''{{Manga/Pokemon Special}}'' ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' where Red and Sabrina got serious frostbite due to the actions of Lorelei and have to seek out a particular hot spring to cure it.



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* Vampires in ''{{GURPS}} Fantasy'' can only heal their injuries by immersing themselves in [[BloodBath baths of blood]].

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* Vampires in ''{{GURPS}} ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Fantasy'' can only heal their injuries by immersing themselves in [[BloodBath baths of blood]].



* The ''VideoGame/{{La-Mulana}}'' VideoGameRemake has two hot springs where Lemeza can go to recover health.

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* The ''VideoGame/{{La-Mulana}}'' ''VideoGame/LaMulana'' VideoGameRemake has two hot springs where Lemeza can go to recover health.



* In [[VideoGame/UnrealI Unreal]] there is some bright blue water that heals the player. This water is only found in one location and easily missed.

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* In [[VideoGame/UnrealI Unreal]] ''VideoGame/UnrealI'' there is some bright blue water that heals the player. This water is only found in one location and easily missed.



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31st Mar '16 11:16:57 AM StFan
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* Strange pools of bluish water found in ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life|1}}'''s Xen slowly replenish health when stood in.

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* Strange pools of bluish water found in ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life|1}}'''s ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'''s Xen slowly replenish health when stood in.



* In ''[[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh Tron 2.0]]'', where glowing water actually heals you, comes from the explanation in [[Film/{{Tron}} the movie]] that the glowing water is in fact "pure power":
--> "You forget how good the power feels....until you get to a pure source!"

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* In ''[[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh Tron 2.0]]'', ''VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh'', where glowing water actually heals you, comes from the explanation in [[Film/{{Tron}} the movie]] that the glowing water is in fact "pure power":
--> "You forget how good the power feels....feels... until you get to a pure source!"
30th Mar '16 7:17:07 PM DarkHunter
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** Also seen in ''{{Manga/Pokemon Special}}'' where Red and Sabrina got serious frostbite due to the actions of Lorelei.

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** Also seen in ''{{Manga/Pokemon Special}}'' where Red and Sabrina got serious frostbite due to the actions of Lorelei.Lorelei and have to seek out a particular hot spring to cure it.
24th Feb '16 2:24:25 PM Kataphrut
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* Summoning one of these is one God Power in ''VideoGame/AgeOfMythology''. It works for whichever side 'controls' it, i.e. which side has units closest to it.
23rd Feb '16 9:24:47 AM burk314
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** An interesting example is in FinalFantasyVIII when the party is stuck in Timber, unable to visit the nearby [[TraumaInn hotel]]. The player can hear about the so-called "Owl's Tears" owned by an old man. If the player visits him, he will invite you to just drink water straight from his tap. The tap water fully heals the party.
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.
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