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28th Apr '16 8:34:01 AM TheDogSage
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* Webcomic/{{Erma}}'s dog Siris is revealed to be a Type IV after surviving being shot three times in the face and being run over to the point it left a very noticeable divot horizontally through his middle. And it was only these wounds that revealed his undead status in the first place, even to his StringyHairedGhostGirl owner and mother (who is also a StringyHairedGhostGirl).
29th Mar '16 6:44:57 AM SkyHavenPath13
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** After being killed and surviving through HeroicWillpower, [[spoiler:Bucciarati]] becomes a Type II - no rotting, but can't heal wounds naturally. Fortunately, Giorno can use his powers to mimic a HealingTouch.

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** After being killed and surviving through HeroicWillpower, [[spoiler:Bucciarati]] becomes a Type II - no rotting, but can't heal wounds naturally. Fortunately, Giorno can use his powers to mimic a HealingTouch.HealingHands.
11th Mar '16 8:06:50 PM Mr.Bubbles
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* [[spoiler: Magical Girls]] in ''Franchise/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' are a Type III. [[spoiler: Their souls are contained inside gems, meaning their bodies are empty shells that are remotely controlled. This means they can take tons of punishment without feeling pain and be endlessly repaired with magic. However, when the gem and body are separated, they lose control and their body reverts back to its corpse-like state. In one of the bad endings in ''[[VideoGame/PuellaMagiMadokaMagicaPortable Madoka Magica Portable]]'', we learn what happens if this separation lasts for too long. [[{{Tearjerker}} Poor Sayaka]].]]
3rd Feb '16 7:34:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* As could be expected, ''AllFleshMustBeEaten'' allows for pretty much every permutation of the trope imaginable.

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* As could be expected, ''AllFleshMustBeEaten'' ''TabletopGame/AllFleshMustBeEaten'' allows for pretty much every permutation of the trope imaginable.
21st Jan '16 10:02:28 AM Willbyr
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* In ''Anime/KoreWaZombieDesuKa'', Ayumu a zombie is a Type II with [[spoiler:Yuu]] doing the healing and as a bonus direct sunlight as his WeaksauceWeakness.
* After being killed and surviving through HeroicWillpower, [[spoiler:Bucciarati]] from ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' becomes a Type II - no rotting, but can't heal wounds naturally. Fortunately, Giorno can use his powers to mimic a HealingTouch.

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* In ''Anime/KoreWaZombieDesuKa'', ''LightNovel/IsThisAZombie'', Ayumu a zombie is a Type II zombie with [[spoiler:Yuu]] doing the healing and as a bonus direct sunlight as his WeaksauceWeakness.
* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'':
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After being killed and surviving through HeroicWillpower, [[spoiler:Bucciarati]] from ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' becomes a Type II - no rotting, but can't heal wounds naturally. Fortunately, Giorno can use his powers to mimic a HealingTouch.
30th Dec '15 7:44:21 PM jormis29
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* TYPE IV: '''Healing, and no rotting'''. The (un)[[PublicDomainArtifact Holy Grail]] of undead healing. This is usually reserved for the "freshest" and more powerful undead, like [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]]. Provided enough blood, they can [[HealingFactor heal any injury]], except perhaps those made by {{Weaksauce Weakness}}es like [[HolyBurnsEvil holy artifacts]] or [[WeakenedByTheLight sunlight.]]

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* TYPE IV: '''Healing, and no rotting'''. The (un)[[PublicDomainArtifact Holy Grail]] (un){{Holy Grail}} of undead healing. This is usually reserved for the "freshest" and more powerful undead, like [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]]. Provided enough blood, they can [[HealingFactor heal any injury]], except perhaps those made by {{Weaksauce Weakness}}es like [[HolyBurnsEvil holy artifacts]] or [[WeakenedByTheLight sunlight.]]
29th Dec '15 9:08:57 PM jormis29
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* Undead in ''LordsOfMagic'' are Type II, and consequently have no natural ability to heal. They can still be healed by magic though, ironically making Life spells very useful for a Death army. Vampires also drain life from their enemies, and against weak enemies can drain it faster than the enemy can hurt them.

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* Undead in ''LordsOfMagic'' ''VideoGame/LordsOfMagic'' are Type II, and consequently have no natural ability to heal. They can still be healed by magic though, ironically making Life spells very useful for a Death army. Vampires also drain life from their enemies, and against weak enemies can drain it faster than the enemy can hurt them.
9th Nov '15 6:22:23 PM WaveSwallow
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* The undead race in ''[[Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures DMFA]]'' get the "no rot, no healing" version. They tend to gradually lose flesh to injuries, but since they're magically animated this is mostly a cosmetic issue. They can also stick severed limbs back in place, and get prosthetic limbs if they lose the originals.

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* The undead race in ''[[Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures DMFA]]'' get are a type IV. [[BigBad Dark Pegasus]] created them with the "no rot, no healing" version.ability to regenerate by eating living flesh; however, most find it too disgusting so they act like type III. They tend to gradually lose flesh to injuries, but since they're magically animated this is mostly a cosmetic issue. They can also stick severed limbs back in place, and get prosthetic limbs if they lose the originals.
30th Oct '15 12:26:05 PM intastiel
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** In its sequel, ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem'', the Burakumin bloodline are a rare vampiric Type III: while they don't rot, they wither and mummify with age, eventually looking like ancient corpses. [[AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance Coincidentally]], they're necromancers.
5th Oct '15 6:16:45 PM MayumiTsuji
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* ''LightNovel/SundayWithoutGod'' is a Type I. The living deceased can't recover from injuries and their bodies are always rotting, and this decay also affects the brain, often driving them mad. If someone dies cleanly, the decay can usually be stalled with the right treatment, but if they died messily or violently, they usually have no choice but to be buried by a gravekeeper.
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