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29th Mar '18 8:59:40 PM nombretomado
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18th Mar '18 12:55:47 PM nombretomado
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** Yulie from ''VideoGame/WildArms4'', who also hits the MysticalWaif trope.

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''VideoGame/WildArms'': Yulie from ''VideoGame/WildArms4'', who also hits the MysticalWaif trope.
13th Mar '18 1:11:37 PM keyblade333
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** Aeris/th from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' is probably [[TropeCodifier one of the more famous examples]] of this trope.

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** Aeris/th Aerith from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' is probably [[TropeCodifier one of the more famous examples]] of this trope.
15th Jan '18 12:17:59 PM DavidCowie
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* ''Film/{{Mythica}}:'' Teela, the priestess. Support character? Check. Healing magic? Check. Carries a staff? Check.
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8th Jan '18 6:13:35 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''BreathOfFire'' often subverts the trope. Only the first and fourth games really play the trope straight with Nina, and even then ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIV'' gave her some offensive magic to let her qualify more as TheRedMage.

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* ''BreathOfFire'' ''Franchise/BreathOfFire'' often subverts the trope. Only the first and fourth games really play the trope straight with Nina, and even then ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIV'' gave her some offensive magic to let her qualify more as TheRedMage.
30th Dec '17 9:02:21 AM Ninamarie124
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26th Nov '17 5:21:14 PM StarSong212
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* In ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'', healing abilities so far seem to be exclusive to female classes, with most of the healers as nice girls, [[spoiler:except for Aranea.]]

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* In ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'', healing abilities so far seem to be exclusive to female classes, with most of the healers as nice girls, [[spoiler:except for Aranea.]] [[spoiler:Though messing with [[GoodIsNotSoft Kanaya]] is still not advisable.]]
16th Nov '17 1:44:15 PM WaxingName
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** ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Genealogy of the Holy War]]'':

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** ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar Genealogy of the Holy War]]'':



** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade'':

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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'' has examples on both routes:

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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'' has its 3DS remake have examples on both routes:
6th Nov '17 2:09:11 PM GlitteringFlowers
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*** Lena's apprentice Malliessia and FallenPrincess Yumina show up in the sequel.

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*** Lena's apprentice Malliessia Marisha and FallenPrincess Yumina Yuliya show up in the sequel.
19th Oct '17 9:26:28 AM GlitteringFlowers
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*** Julia, [[spoiler:Deirdre and Arvis]]'s daughter, is borderline. Much like Claud, she starts out with the capability to use offensive magic, but no offensive magic available for her to use. She's a bit better than her mother at holding her own in combat once she gets an offensive spellbook, but this can be attributed in large part to a spell that also heals ''herself'' upon a successful hit. And she's got the personality--like most, a [[GenerationXerox carbon copy of her mother]].
*** Nanna is another one whose qualifications are borderline, and perhaps in some ways dependent on her heritage.[[note]] She's a Troubador, which means [[MagicKnight Sword and Staff]], but due to her mother Raquesis's bloodline she's at the very least guaranteed to get a decent Strength growth, which could be very good with the right father. Her mother ''doesn't'' give Pursuit, however, so with a father that fails to remedy this in favor of focusing on other aspects, she could qualify, especially with her Charisma ability which causes her mere ''presence'' to give a 10% boost to accuracy and avoid to all units within a three-tile radius. (In particular, if Lex is her father, his ridiculous Defense and HP growths combined with the Elite ability for quicker leveling up and lack of Pursuit turns her into a CombatMedic, able to deal decent damage if needed but more importantly able to ''take hits'' and stay near the front lines, healing and buffing the main fighters with Charisma.)[[/note]] Personality definitely fits since she's gentle and calm but not exactly willowy.
*** Corple, son of the dancer Sylvia, is a male example. Shows up late in the game at a low level and without any offensive abilities, but strong healing abilities (his mother Sylvia also has the Blaggi bloodline, so he'll have a bonus to staff level). If Claud is his father, he'll be probably the best healer in the game.
*** Mana and Sharlow, the [[{{Expy}} replacement characters]] for Lana and Corple respectively, also qualify.

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*** Julia, [[spoiler:Deirdre and Arvis]]'s daughter, is borderline. Much like Claud, she starts out with the capability to use offensive magic, but no offensive magic available for her to use.use, plus Lana will hand her a healing staff very soon. She's a bit better than her mother at holding her own in combat once she gets an offensive spellbook, but this can be attributed in large part to a spell that also heals ''herself'' upon a successful hit. And she's got the personality--like most, a [[GenerationXerox carbon copy of her mother]].
*** Nanna is another one whose qualifications are borderline, and perhaps in some ways dependent on her heritage.[[note]] She's a Troubador, which means [[MagicKnight Sword and Staff]], but due to her mother Raquesis's bloodline she's at the very least guaranteed to get a decent Strength growth, which could be very good with the right father. Her mother ''doesn't'' give Pursuit, however, so with a father that fails to remedy this in favor of focusing on other aspects, she could qualify, especially with her Charisma ability which causes her mere ''presence'' to give a 10% boost to accuracy and avoid to all units within a three-tile radius. (In particular, if Lex is her father, his ridiculous Defense and HP growths combined with the Elite ability for quicker leveling up and lack of Pursuit turns her into a CombatMedic, able to deal decent damage if needed but more importantly able to ''take hits'' and stay near the front lines, healing and buffing the main fighters with Charisma.)[[/note]] Personality definitely fits fits, since she's gentle and calm but not exactly willowy.
*** Corple, Coipre, son of the dancer Sylvia, Silvia, is a male example. Shows up late in the game at a low level and without any offensive abilities, but strong healing abilities (his mother Sylvia Silvia also has the Blaggi bloodline, so he'll have a bonus to staff level). If the aforementioned Claud is his father, he'll be probably he has a good chance to become the best healer in the whole game.
*** Mana Muirne and Sharlow, Charlot, the [[{{Expy}} replacement characters]] for Lana and Corple Coipre respectively, also qualify.



*** The priest Sleuf is another male example, and does his best to emulate Claude.

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*** The priest Sleuf is another male example, and does his best to emulate Claude.his mentor Claud. [[spoiler: And is implied to have Claud's soul as his SpiritAdvisor.]]



*** Elphin the bard could be considered a male example. His role is strictly support (in gameplay, anyway; he also has plot relevance [[spoiler:as he's actually Prince Mildain of Etruria]]), and he's got the kindly personality that his female counterpart Lalum (GenkiGirl Dancer) lacks.

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*** Elphin the bard could be considered a male example. His role is strictly support (in gameplay, anyway; he also has plot relevance [[spoiler:as he's actually Prince Mildain of Etruria]]), and he's got the kindly serene and serious personality that his female counterpart Lalum (GenkiGirl Dancer) lacks.



*** Natasha, a Cleric who joins up early in the game. Lacks any offensive magic at first, is a DefectorFromDecadence who hails from the country whose leadership is the antagonists, and quickly manages to win a powerful hired sword to switch sides via words only.
*** L'Arachel (Troubadour), who is a little more {{Tsundere}} than typical but still fits nicely into the trope. She may be the only example to ever be a LargeHam.

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*** Natasha, Natasha is a Cleric who joins up early in the game. Lacks any offensive magic at first, is a DefectorFromDecadence who hails from the country whose leadership is the antagonists, and quickly manages to win a powerful hired sword to switch sides via words only.
*** The Troubladour L'Arachel (Troubadour), who is a little more {{Tsundere}} than typical but still fits nicely into the trope. She may be the only example to ever be a LargeHam.



*** If a soft-spoken and kind character of either gender can be reclassed into a Shrine Maiden/Monk/Troubadour/Onmyouji [[spoiler: whether via marriage, friendship, paternal/maternal inheritance (second generation) or secondary class]], s/he'll probably fit here, like [[spoiler: a Siegbert (son of Prince Xander) who gets access to either Troubadour (via friendly supports with Forrest) or Monk/Great Master (via being mothered by Sakura or marrying Mitama).]]



*** ''Echoes'' offers a subversion in Faye, who ''can'' become a Cleric but has other possible reclass options. In fact, her ''FE Cipher'' cards depict her solely as ''[[ActionGirl a Pegasus Knight]]''.

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*** ''Echoes'' offers a subversion in Faye, who ''can'' become a Cleric and will perform well as such (in fact, she has [[ExtraTurn an unique spell]] and learns another much earlier than the other Clerics), but has other possible reclass options. In fact, her ''FE Cipher'' cards depict her solely either as ''[[ActionGirl a [[ActionGirl a Pegasus Knight]]''.Knight]] or as [[LadyOfBlackMagic a Priestess]].
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