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8th May '17 2:32:34 PM Drope
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& Trafalgar Law's Op-Op Fruit from ''Franchise/OnePiece'' gives him an ability that is similar to this, although limited to a space he himself conjures called Room. The power is very close to RealityWarper status, being able to mess with people's bodies through medical operation techniques that don't hurt or kill, most of the time.

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& * Trafalgar Law's Op-Op Fruit from ''Franchise/OnePiece'' gives him an ability that is similar to this, although limited to a space he himself conjures called Room. The power is very close to RealityWarper status, being able to mess with people's bodies through medical operation techniques that don't hurt or kill, most of the time.
8th May '17 2:32:02 PM Drope
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& Trafalgar Law's Op-Op Fruit from ''Franchise/OnePiece'' gives him an ability that is similar to this, although limited to a space he himself conjures called Room. The power is very close to RealityWarper status, being able to mess with people's bodies through medical operation techniques that don't hurt or kill, most of the time.
8th Jan '17 7:49:31 PM WillBGood
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Elfquest}}'', the [[HealingHands healers' powers]]. The negative use is also shown, with corrupted former healer Winnowill, who [[BodyHorror creates twisted monsters]] [[InvoluntaryShapeshifting through shaping them against their will]]. Others, like Tyldak, who she gives wings, [[VoluntaryShapeshifting asked her to do it though]].

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Elfquest}}'', the [[HealingHands healers' powers]]. The negative use is also shown, with corrupted former healer Winnowill, who [[BodyHorror creates twisted monsters]] [[InvoluntaryShapeshifting through shaping them against their will]]. Others, However some, like Tyldak, who Tyldak (who she gives wings, wings) [[VoluntaryShapeshifting asked her to do it though]].it]].
12th Nov '16 3:13:09 PM Discar
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* In ''The Matrix'' and ''Supernatural'' slashfic crossover ''Fanfic/HuntingSeries'' during the second part ''The First Hunt'' Smith uses this to heal Neo who gets badly injured because of a vampire, after the hunt with Dean goes wrong.

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* In ''The Matrix'' and ''Supernatural'' slashfic crossover ''Fanfic/HuntingSeries'' during the second part ''The First Hunt'' Smith uses this to heal Neo who gets badly injured because of a vampire, after the hunt with Dean goes wrong.

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20th Aug '16 9:34:42 AM nombretomado
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* Mentioned but not used in ''TheDragonDoctors'', a team of magical doctors. They were discussing possible options for removing an all-consuming sentient cancer from a patient. The problem was that psychic surgery requires bare hands, so getting rid of it with psychic surgery was out of the question.

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* Mentioned but not used in ''TheDragonDoctors'', ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'', a team of magical doctors. They were discussing possible options for removing an all-consuming sentient cancer from a patient. The problem was that psychic surgery requires bare hands, so getting rid of it with psychic surgery was out of the question.
13th Aug '16 11:58:34 AM nombretomado
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* One of Tyki Mikk's powers in DGrayMan, where he kills exorcists by pulling their organs out. And he also almost [[spoiler: kills [[BigGood Allen Walker]] by putting his flesh-eating pet butterflies into his chest to ''bite a hole in his heart'']]

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* One of Tyki Mikk's powers in DGrayMan, ''Manga/DGrayMan'', where he kills exorcists by pulling their organs out. And he also almost [[spoiler: kills [[BigGood Allen Walker]] by putting his flesh-eating pet butterflies into his chest to ''bite a hole in his heart'']]
12th Jun '16 12:14:45 AM bombadil211
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* James Randi appeared on ''Series/TheTonightShow'' to demonstrate the hoax to Johnny Carson. He pulls out several pieces of chicken guts and jokingly put some "back in" because the patient would need them.
16th May '16 7:25:43 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/HoudiniAndDoyle'': Houdini fakes this on a man, convincing him he's been "cured" of his stomach pain.
* In ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Milagro", a psychic surgeon uses his ability to murder.
12th Mar '16 7:59:49 AM zealots
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* Pictured above: In ''GreenLantern'', Star Sapphire corps member Miri did this between the hearts of ''two lovers simultaneously'', linking the heart of Soranik to restart Kyle's, who had just died.
* In ''ComicBook/BatmanHush'', Batman asks Franchise/{{Superman}} to use his X-ray vision to confirm something he suspects--that someone has implanted a microchip at the base of his skull. Batman tells Clark to get rid of it, and he uses his heat vision to fry it without damaging the rest of him. Bruce endures, but we can see that it hurts.

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* Pictured above: In ''GreenLantern'', Star Sapphire corps member Miri did this between the hearts of ''two lovers simultaneously'', linking the heart of Soranik Natu to restart Kyle's, Kyle Rayner's, who had just died.
* In ''ComicBook/BatmanHush'', Batman asks Franchise/{{Superman}} to use his X-ray vision to confirm something he suspects--that someone has implanted a microchip at the base of his skull. Batman tells Clark to get rid of it, and he uses his heat vision to fry it without damaging the rest of him. Bruce endures, but we the reader can see that it hurts.




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* In the ''ComicBook/XMen'' spinoff trade ''X-Men Legacy'' uberpowerful telekinetic and KnightTemplar Exodus uses this to save Charles Xavier after Bishop subjected him to a BoomHeadshot at the end of ''Messiah Complex''. Despite being barely alive and most of his brain matter being reduced to pulp, Exodus was able to heal Xavier completely by telekinetically reassembling his brain atom by atom.
11th Dec '15 4:55:38 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Film/PennAndTellerGetKilled'' has a long sequence where Penn and Teller expose a fraud faith healer by recreating his act. The faith healer tracks them down and kidnaps them, threatening to kill them for costing him business, but [[spoiler:it all turns out to be Teller's prank on Penn]].
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