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|Mission gained:||Blood Trail (InFamous)|
Introduction (inFamous 2)
|Location obtained:||Empire City (The Neon)|
|Upgradeable:||No (inFamous) |
Yes (inFamous 2)
When close to an injured civilian or ally, Cole can use Pulse Heal to heal them. This is done by locking onto the injured civilian, and then healing them, giving Cole Good Karma. The effect appeared as though Cole is healing them via an electric shock, in a similar style to paramedics and doctors using defibrillators to restart a persons heart.
The Pulse Heal retains the same ability that it has in InFamous. If Cole is at Champion rank or above, Pulse Heal can be upgraded, allowing Cole to send a pulse, healing several nearby injured civilians at once.
- This power is a Good Karma power, its opposite Evil Karma power being Bio Leech.
- Out of all the touch-related abilities, this one provides the most XP points.
- In the story mission, "The Price," Cole uses Pulse Heal to try to save Trish. Unfortunately, her injuries are too severe and he is only able to bring her back for a few moments before she succumbs to them, showing that even Cole's powers can't save the fatally wounded.
- With Good Karma in inFamous 2, Cole will sometimes say encouraging words like "You're going to be ok", or "Easy now".
- Cole is unable to heal people inflicted by the Plague in New Marais, though he is able to identify those suffering from it using Radar Pulse, an ability given to him by The Beast in "The Face of Change".
- In inFamous 2, during "The Final Decision" (Good Karma), Cole can still heal Lucy Kuo to full health while fighting her, should she be knocked down.