01:47:30 PM Jun 28th 2013
08:04:09 PM Sep 25th 2011
There are many listed 'examples' where the medic qualities are completely unrelated to their fighting or killing. I believe they should go under combat medic.
05:38:36 PM Sep 9th 2011
I don't like the image on this page. Not sinister enough and frankly seems like a lame excuse to show a sexy anime babe.
06:55:29 PM Jun 7th 2011
The Doctor from Doctor Who seems to fit this perfectly, while he doesnt NORMALLY kill people, he has no problem killing emotionless cryborgs or a few others, also apparently he killed a lot of people in his past
03:49:36 PM Aug 10th 2011
Except that he's not a doctor, medical or otherwise. It's the name he takes, and his "I solve problems" attitude fits the name, but that's not this trope. Also, he very rarely 'fights' in any conventional way, and certainly not with any particular medical motif. To clarify, this is a trope about "someone who fights with a medical motif".
07:55:09 AM Nov 14th 2010
It would be much appreciated if the article image is accompanied with some indication as to which work is it from, guys...
12:19:25 AM Apr 13th 2010
- The Hippocratic oath is not actually required, nor is it legally binding. The licensing board will have their own standards of conduct, often quite different from the Hippocratic Oath. Furthermore, the "do no harm" line is NOT actually in the oath. That in mind, I say we remove the section header which includes that.