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* In ''Manga/DeliciousInDungeon'', Marcille drinks soup made from an undine (a type of water spirit) to restore her depleted mana.


* Blackberries are the most common example of this in the ''Franchise/StarOcean'' series, but various other potions and [[HyperactiveMetabolism food and drink]] also serve this role.

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* Blackberries are the most common example of this in the ''Franchise/StarOcean'' ''VideoGame/StarOcean'' series, but various other potions and [[HyperactiveMetabolism food and drink]] also serve this role.


* In ''Gobli's Adventure'', the sample game that came with the Playstation version of RPGMaker, Blue Berries serve this role to Red Berries' HealingPotion.

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* In ''Gobli's Adventure'', the sample game that came with the Playstation version of RPGMaker, VideoGame/RPGMaker, Blue Berries serve this role to Red Berries' HealingPotion.

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* The MP Candies are ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'''s take on this trope, being the basic Magic-replenishing items. There are also MP sprinkles, which the player themselves can shower Mii with for the same effect.


* Peter Jacob of ''VideoGame/EternalDarkness'' can find a Magickal Elixir which complete restores his ManaMeter, with five doses available to you. Very useful, since his chapter concludes with a WizardDuel.

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* Peter Jacob of ''VideoGame/EternalDarkness'' can find a Magickal Elixir which complete completely restores his ManaMeter, with five doses available to you.him. Very useful, since his chapter concludes with a WizardDuel.

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* Peter Jacob of ''VideoGame/EternalDarkness'' can find a Magickal Elixir which complete restores his ManaMeter, with five doses available to you. Very useful, since his chapter concludes with a WizardDuel.


* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrolls'', Potion of Magicka is a blue potion which restores Magicka.

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* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrolls'', Potion of Magicka is a blue potion ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has (typically blue) [[{{Mana}} Magicka]] restoring potions which restores Magicka.are ubiquitous throughout. Using the series' [[AlchemyIsMagic Alchemy]] system, you can even brew your own. They're a must-have for any magic-oriented {{Player Character}}s.


* ''Radiant Historia'' has the Herbal/Special/Superior Tea, as well as the Celestial Tea/Oil/Dew (arranged by tier).

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* ''Radiant Historia'' ''VideoGame/RadiantHistoria'' has the Herbal/Special/Superior Tea, as well as the Celestial Tea/Oil/Dew (arranged by tier).


* Radiant Historia has the Herbal/Special/Superior Tea, as well as the Celestial Tea/Oil/Dew (arranged by tier).

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* Radiant Historia ''Radiant Historia'' has the Herbal/Special/Superior Tea, as well as the Celestial Tea/Oil/Dew (arranged by tier).

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* The [[VideoGame/KisekiSeries Trails series]] has the EP Charge items, which usually come in three tiers.
* Radiant Historia has the Herbal/Special/Superior Tea, as well as the Celestial Tea/Oil/Dew (arranged by tier).


* Piero's Spiritual Remedy in ''VideoGame/{{Dishonored}}''.

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* Piero's Spiritual Remedy in ''VideoGame/{{Dishonored}}''. Both this and its health potion counterpart are used by the population to protect against the plague that has stuck the game setting.

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* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' introduced something that functioned somewhat like this in the second book in the series. It came with a major drawback: It doesn't actually restore Harry's reserves of magical power so much as suppress the symptoms of magical exhaustion... for a while, and he ''really'' pays for it when it wears off, which happens at an extremely bad time.


* Present in Artix Entertainment's [[VideoGame/AdventureQuest high]] [[VideoGame/DragonFable fantasy]] [[VideoGame/AdventureQuestWorlds games]]. Of course, this being Artix Entertainment, it's frequently {{Lampshaded}} and PlayedForLaughs.



* Present in Artix Entertainment's [[VideoGame/AdventureQuest high]] [[VideoGame/DragonFable fantasy]] [[VideoGame/AdventureQuestWorlds games]]. Of course, this being Artix Entertainment, it's frequently {{Lampshaded}} and PlayedForLaughs.

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* Present in Artix Entertainment's [[VideoGame/AdventureQuest high]] [[VideoGame/DragonFable fantasy]] [[VideoGame/AdventureQuestWorlds games]]. Of course, this being Artix Entertainment, it's frequently {{Lampshaded}} and PlayedForLaughs.


* ''Literature/AMagesPower'': If a mage needs a boost in a hurry, they can down a bottle of Mana Juice! [[UrbanFantasy Availiable at your local convenience store]]

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* ''Literature/AMagesPower'': If a mage needs a boost in a hurry, they can down a bottle of Mana Juice! [[UrbanFantasy Availiable Available at your local convenience store]]

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