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  • Recover
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  • Restore III, also known as Recover and Heal 3 in the older translations of the game, restores a moderate amount of HP to the target; it is the equivalent to a Hi-Potion.
  • __notoc__ <default><span style="font-weight:bold;">Recover</span></default> <format><span style="font-weight:bold;">Recover</span></format> Mod.png Statistics Polarity Rarity Trading Tax 8,000 ‍ Dropped byN/A Dropped byOther: Transmutable Untransmutable Recover is a PvP-exclusive that gives Health regeneration for a short period after defeating an opponent, but reduces Health gained from Health orbs.
  • Recover is a special move used by certain enemies and bosses in the game Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
  • Heals user of 1/2 of maximum HP.
  • Recover is a post-hardcore band from Austin, Texas.
  • To recover is to
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ Recover Battle Data Affected by Contest Data Contests (RSE) Super Contests (DPPt) Contest Spectaculars (ORAS) Recover is a Normal- type move introduced in Generation I. It heals up to 50% of the user's HP.
  • Demi and Wren already know Recover when they join the party.
  • Recover is a spell and status effect that heals the target by a few HP per time unit. A weaker Regen.
  • Recover is considered by many to be Attacktix's most beneficial special power. Figures with Recover, when they are defeated and their Attacktix window is white, may be stood back up in the spot they were defeated at.
  • But the player doesn't need to land on his(her) roof to be able to recover. One can recover the car at any point during the race. All recoveries cost money, however, and the amount isn't that easy on the wallet, neither; so just recovering for no reason, or for some minimal reason may be dangerous to the player's credits.
  • This spell is one of the later support spells obtained by Mint Adenade in Tales of Phantasia. It is considered the superior version of Antidote, as it can heal nearly any kind of physical ailment. As the series progressed, Recover eventually became the first status recovery spell to be learned, replacing Antidote.
  • recover is the small utility program that comes with NetHack. It is used to turn temporary level files into a save file, for example after a power outage during a game. On Linux and other Unixen, you usually invoke recover like this: recover -d playground 1031foo vultureseye-recover -d playground alock If you are using official Nethack and your distribution does not come with recover you can download it from the official download-page at .
Generation
  • I
appeal
  • 0
  • 2
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droppedBy
  • N/A
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  • false
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  • 0
contesttype
  • Smart
magiccoat
  • 0
brightpowder
  • 0
snatch
  • 1
Affects
  • Self
Cooldown
  • 60
detect
  • 1
Rarity
  • Rare
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Category
  • Status
pp
  • 10
Past members
  • Robert Mann
  • Dan Keyes
  • Ross Tweedy
  • Santiago Vela III
Label
Origin
  • Austin, Texas
Power
  • -
Name
  • Recover
Genre
  • Indie
  • Pop Rock
  • Post-Hardcore
Type
  • Normal
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Associated Acts
Years Active
  • 2000
  • 2009
Class
  • Status
Japanese
  • じこさいせい Self-regeneration
Accuracy
  • -
  • Can't Miss
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Target
  • Self
Damage
  • -
Secondary
  • Restores HP
Effect
  • Heal
Contact
  • 0
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Chance
  • 100
jam
  • 1
abstract
  • Restore III, also known as Recover and Heal 3 in the older translations of the game, restores a moderate amount of HP to the target; it is the equivalent to a Hi-Potion.
  • recover is the small utility program that comes with NetHack. It is used to turn temporary level files into a save file, for example after a power outage during a game. On Linux and other Unixen, you usually invoke recover like this: recover -d playground 1031foo vultureseye-recover -d playground alock where playground is the Playground path where the temporary level files were put during gameplay, and 1031foo is the file name of the temporary files, without extension. The number will most likely be different; it's the UID of the user running NetHack. foo is the player name used in NetHack. In Vulture's, the name is hard-coded to alock. If you are using official Nethack and your distribution does not come with recover you can download it from the official download-page at .
  • This spell is one of the later support spells obtained by Mint Adenade in Tales of Phantasia. It is considered the superior version of Antidote, as it can heal nearly any kind of physical ailment. As the series progressed, Recover eventually became the first status recovery spell to be learned, replacing Antidote. In Tales of Symphonia, by using this spell repeatedly, Raine Sage will eventually learn Purify or Restore, depending on which technique branch she is heading toward. In Tales of the Abyss, if Natalia Luzu Kimlasca-Lanvaldear uses this spell within a fully charged Wind or Light FOF Circle, it will become Purify instead. In Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology, after a class has mastered this spell, it is possible for them to learn Purify. This was removed in the second installation. In Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, the spell is influenced by the Water element and will thus influence the Elemental Grid if used.
  • __notoc__ <default><span style="font-weight:bold;">Recover</span></default> <format><span style="font-weight:bold;">Recover</span></format> Mod.png Statistics Polarity Rarity Trading Tax 8,000 ‍ Dropped byN/A Dropped byOther: Transmutable Untransmutable Recover is a PvP-exclusive that gives Health regeneration for a short period after defeating an opponent, but reduces Health gained from Health orbs.
  • Recover is a special move used by certain enemies and bosses in the game Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
  • Heals user of 1/2 of maximum HP.
  • Recover is a post-hardcore band from Austin, Texas.
  • To recover is to
  • But the player doesn't need to land on his(her) roof to be able to recover. One can recover the car at any point during the race. All recoveries cost money, however, and the amount isn't that easy on the wallet, neither; so just recovering for no reason, or for some minimal reason may be dangerous to the player's credits. To recover, the player only needs to press the recovery key once. However, there are situations where the player's vehicle is automatically recovered without interference. If the player drops on a bottomless chasm, the game will recover the car automatically, still charging full price.
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ Recover Battle Data Affected by Contest Data Contests (RSE) Super Contests (DPPt) Contest Spectaculars (ORAS) Recover is a Normal- type move introduced in Generation I. It heals up to 50% of the user's HP.
  • Demi and Wren already know Recover when they join the party.
  • Recover is a spell and status effect that heals the target by a few HP per time unit. A weaker Regen.
  • Recover is considered by many to be Attacktix's most beneficial special power. Figures with Recover, when they are defeated and their Attacktix window is white, may be stood back up in the spot they were defeated at.
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