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The healslime (Hoimi Slime in Japan), is a recurring enemy in the Dragon Quest series. Introduced in Dragon Quest II, it is a floating, tentacled slime (looking much like a jellyfish) that can heal its allies.

Characteristics

Healslimes are similar to jellyfish, having blue, oblong heads with yellow tentacles dangling underneath. Their eyes are often the same yellow color as their tentacles, though there are instances where their eyes are white.

While stronger than normal Slimes, Healslimes are still mediocre combatants and make themselves most threatening when they heal other, more powerful monsters before the player has a chance to subdue them. Because of this, defeating the Healslimes in an enemy group first is often the best course of action if the player cannot defeat the other enemies before they can be healed. Many enemies, such as the Restless armour, have the ability to summon a Healslime in battle for healing support and it is the most often summoned monster in all of the Dragon Quest Series.

Strategy

Healslimes can be very annoying to fight against as they have the ability to heal themselves and other monsters. Damage wise, they are weak.

Tips to Combat:

- Fixate on Healslimes unless you are able to kill other monsters in ONE turn.

- Treat with High Priority.

Main game appearances

Dragon Quest II

#7 - Healslime
Slime Family
DQIIiOS - Healslime
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
25 ∞ (NES)
20 (SNES, GBC, iOS)
15 10 20
Exp Gold Drop Tombola ticket
13 (NES)
15 (SNES, GBC, iOS)
5 G
Note: None
Abilities
Normal attack
Spells
Heal
Haunts at:
Outside the Wellspring of the Hero
Lake Cave
Moonbrooke area
Dragon's Horns
Burrowell area
Eastern Slewse area
Cave to Rendarak


Dragon Quest III

#10 - Healslime
Slime Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
30 14 10 15
Exp Gold Drop Seed of life
7 11 G
Note:
Abilities
Normal attack
Spells
Heal
Haunts at:
East Aliahan area
Romaria area
Skyfell Tower
Khoryv area
Norvik area
Asham area
Portoga area
North Baharata area
Tower of Transcendence
Jipang area
Mur area
North Theddon area
Outside Gaia's Navel
Gaia's Navel


Dragon Quest IV

#8 - Healslime
Slime Family
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HP MP Attack Defense Agility
16 13 8 12
Exp Gold Drop Medicinal herb
7 11 G
Note: None
Abilities
Normal attack
Spells
Heal
Haunts at:
Strathbaile Burrow
Hidden Playground
Strathbaile Tower
Endor area (Ch.2 and 3)

Healslimes prove to be the first instance in the series where monsters can actually help the player in combat: Ragnar McRyan is assisted by a Healslime named Healie during his quest to save a group of missing children.

Dragon Quest V

#30 - Healslime
Slime Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
35 17 20 18
Exp Gold Drop Medicinal herb
19 14 G
Note: None
Abilities
Normal attack
Spells
Heal
Haunts at:
Whealbrook area
Faerie Lae
Ancient Ruins
Abovitall Tower


Dragon Quest VI

#47 - Healslime
Slime Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
38 34 45 40 65
Exp Gold Drop Prayer ring
39 21 G
Note: None
Abilities
Normal attack
Spells
Heal
Haunts at:
Scrimsley area
Hazy Heights area
West Arkbolt area


Dragon Quest VII

#16 - Healslime
Slime Family
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HP MP Attack Defense Agility
30 12 27 23 16
Exp Gold Drop Seed of magic
Healslime heart (Rare)
15 8 G
Note: None
Abilities
Normal attack
Calls for back-up (Healslime)
Spells
Heal
Haunts at:
L'Arca area (Past)
Grotta del Sigillo
Faraday area (Past)
Greenthumb Gardens area (Past)
Poolside Cave (Past)
Nottagen area (Past)
Gröndal area (Present, after Orgodemir's resurrection)
Monster Meadows quotes:
PSX:
I'm impressed on how you carry on with your journey, unclouded by conscience, remorse, or delusions of morality.

Time heals all wounds. (Player's name) has been healed.

I have a feeling I may be the only monster here willing to lay my hands upon you with the intent to heal.

3DS:

Slurp!

Excooze me for being so forward but...you're the gooreatest! (Heals HP)

Goo day to you!


Dragon Quest VIII

#21 - Healslime
Slime Family
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HP MP Attack Defense Agility
24 12 19 21 15
Exp Gold Drop Medicinal herb (Common)
Amor seco essence (Rare)
18 13 G
Note: A kindly slime never hesitates to help comrades with healing spells, even when in danger itself.
Abilities
Normal attack
Spells
Heal
Haunts at:
Tower of Alexandria
Kingdom of Ascantha
Kingdom of Trodain


Dragon Quest IX

#29 - Healslime
Slime Family
[[File:{{{image}}}|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
30 10 30 26 33
Exp Gold Drop Medicinal herb (Common)
Slimedrop (Rare)
56 30 G
Description: Unselfish slimes that are always on standby to step in and save others. Often summoned by their monster mates for support.

They greet friends with their right tentacles, foes with their left, and everyone else with the others.

Abilities
Normal attack
Flees
Spells
Heal
Haunts at:
Brigadoom
Western Coffinwell
Angel Falls (Slime Hill)

Note: Healslimes are also summoned by Restless armours for backup.

Dragon Quest X

#31 - Healslime
Slime Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Weight
28 999 30 28 80
Exp Gold Drop Single phial (Common)
Slimedrop (Rare)
15 4 G
Note: None
Abilities
Normal attack
Flees
Spells
Heal
Haunts at:
Unknown


Dragon Quest XI

#29 - Healslime
Slime Family
DQXI - Healslime 2D
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
25 12 22 28 27
Exp Gold Drop Single phial (Common)
Slimedrop (Rare)
18 12 G
Note: Their insistence on only using the Heal spell is enough to give the most one-track wizard a run for their money.
Abilities
Normal attack
Flees
Spells
Heal
Haunts at:
Heliodorian Foothills (Post game)
The Emerald Coast (Early game, Night)
The Kingsbarrow (Early game and Mid game)
Insula Orientalis (Early game)
Neverglade (Only in the 3DS and Switch versions)
Rainbow Mines (Only in the 3DS and Switch versions)
Ruby Path of Doom (Only in the 3DS and Switch versions)


Monster series appearances

Dragon Warrior Monsters

A Healslime (then Healer) is the first boss monster that the player encounters, this particular Healslime being Hale, one of the King of GreatTree's favorite monsters. Hale will want to join upon his defeat, an offer the player should take up due to the healing and support spells the Healslime can offer.

Dragon Warrior Monsters 2

Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart

Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker

Healslimes appear as rank F members of the Slime family and are the last rank F monster in that family. They can be found wandering about Xeroph Isle during daytime.


Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2

The healslime is a Rank F monster.

Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 Professional

Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry's Wonderland 3D

Dragon Quest Monsters: Super Light

Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road Victory

Torneko: The Last Hope

Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors

Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime

The best friend of the player's character, Rocket, is a Healslime named Hooly. He wears a red scarf. Hooly's father, Mr. Hooly, and Curate Rollo also appear to be Healslimes.

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below

Healix, the somewhat timid healslime, is a major character in the game. He looks like every other healslime, with the notable expection of having a bejeweled crown perched on his head. Also, Healix has not been corrupted by evil, like all the other monsters in the game, thanks to the aforementioned crown, given to him by his father.

Other languages

Other languages
French Médigluant
German Doktorschleim
Spanish Medulimo cicatrizante
Italian Dottor Slime
Dutch Unknown
Swedish Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown

Related monsters

See also

Healslime (Vocation)

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