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'''Omniheal''' is a recurring spell in the [[Dragon Quest (series)|''Dragon Quest'' series]]. Introduced in ''[[Dragon Quest III]]'', it restores all HP to the party, and is often (but not always) restricted to the [[hero]]. It is related to the weaker spell [[Multiheal]].
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'''Omniheal''' is a recurring spell in the [[Dragon Quest (series)|''Dragon Quest'' series]]. Introduced in ''[[Dragon Quest III]]'', it restores all HP to the party, and is often (but not always) restricted to the [[Hero]]. It is related to the weaker spell [[Multiheal]].
  
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
  
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[[Erdrick]] learns Omniheal at around level 38, depending on his [[wisdom]], and may cast if for 62 MP.
 
[[Erdrick]] learns Omniheal at around level 38, depending on his [[wisdom]], and may cast if for 62 MP.
  
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Omniheal is only learned by the [[Hero (Dragon Quest IV)|Hero]] at levels 32~34 depending on their wisdom.  
 
Omniheal is only learned by the [[Hero (Dragon Quest IV)|Hero]] at levels 32~34 depending on their wisdom.  
  
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Omniheal is learned by [[Healie]] at level 23 and by [[Curie]] at level 50. No other characters can learn this spell.
 
Omniheal is learned by [[Healie]] at level 23 and by [[Curie]] at level 50. No other characters can learn this spell.
  
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In the original PSX version a character can only learn Omniheal by reaching rank5 of the [[Platinum King Jewel (Class)|Platinum King Jewel]] vocation. It costs 20 MP to cast.
 
In the original PSX version a character can only learn Omniheal by reaching rank5 of the [[Platinum King Jewel (Class)|Platinum King Jewel]] vocation. It costs 20 MP to cast.
 
*In the 3DS remake, it can also be learned by reaching rank 7 of the [[Hero (Class)|Hero]] vocation.
 
*In the 3DS remake, it can also be learned by reaching rank 7 of the [[Hero (Class)|Hero]] vocation.
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Omniheal is learned by [[Hero (Dragon Quest VIII)|the Hero]] after investing 82 skill points into his Courage skill tree. It costs 36 MP to cast, but due to the MP-reducing bonuses of his ''Courage'' attribute it will only cost 18 MP for the majority of the game.
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Omniheal is learned by The {{Hero 8}} after investing 82 skill points into his Courage skill tree. It costs 36 MP to cast, but due to the MP-reducing bonuses of his ''Courage'' attribute it will only cost 18 MP for the majority of the game.
  
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Omniheal is learned only by [[priest]]s at level 65. It costs 128 MP to cast.
 
Omniheal is learned only by [[priest]]s at level 65. It costs 128 MP to cast.
  
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The [[Hero (Dragon Quest XI)|Hero]] will learn omniheal after buying the spell for 16 points in his ''Luminary'' skill tree. [[Serena (Dragon Quest XI) | Serena]] learns this at level 66. It costs 64 MP to cast, referencing the third game in a subtle way.
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The {{Hero 11}} will learn omniheal after buying the spell for 16 points in his ''Luminary'' skill tree. [[Serena (Dragon Quest XI) | Serena]] learns this at level 66. It costs 64 MP to cast, referencing the third game in a subtle way.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:33, 26 March 2020

Omniheal is a recurring spell in the Dragon Quest series. Introduced in Dragon Quest III, it restores all HP to the party, and is often (but not always) restricted to the Hero. It is related to the weaker spell Multiheal.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation[edit]

Erdrick learns Omniheal at around level 38, depending on his wisdom, and may cast if for 62 MP.

Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen[edit]

Omniheal (NES, PSX, DS, Mobile)
MP 36(NES), 20(remakes)
Effect Heals all party members currently in battle. Cannot be used out of battle.
Flavor text Restores all HP to all party members.

Omniheal is only learned by the Hero at levels 32~34 depending on their wisdom.

Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride[edit]

Omniheal (SNES, PS2, DS, Mobile)
MP 36
Effect Heals all party members, including those in the wagon.
Flavor text Restores all HP to all party members.
Name Level
Epipany --
King cureslime --
Cureslime 30
Healslime 36

Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation[edit]

Omniheal (SNES, DS, Mobile)
MP 36
Effect Heals all party members, including those in the wagon.
Flavor text Restores all HP to all party members.
Name Level
Cureslime 50
Healslime 23

Omniheal is learned by Healie at level 23 and by Curie at level 50. No other characters can learn this spell.

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past[edit]

In the original PSX version a character can only learn Omniheal by reaching rank5 of the Platinum King Jewel vocation. It costs 20 MP to cast.

  • In the 3DS remake, it can also be learned by reaching rank 7 of the Hero vocation.

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King[edit]

Omniheal is learned by The Hero after investing 82 skill points into his Courage skill tree. It costs 36 MP to cast, but due to the MP-reducing bonuses of his Courage attribute it will only cost 18 MP for the majority of the game.

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies[edit]

Omniheal is learned only by priests at level 65. It costs 128 MP to cast.

Dragon Quest X[edit]

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age[edit]

The Hero will learn omniheal after buying the spell for 16 points in his Luminary skill tree. Serena learns this at level 66. It costs 64 MP to cast, referencing the third game in a subtle way.

Gallery[edit]