Remidheal is a recurring spell in the Dragon Quest series. It is a beneficial status effect that recovers Hit Points each turn to a single character for a few turns. It made its debut in Dragon Quest X as an intermediate healing spell between Reheal and Remoreheal.
Dragon Quest X
Remidheal can be learned by Paladins at level 25 and Priests at level 30, costing 4 MP. It restores 15 HP every 3 seconds to a single character for 60 seconds, reaching a total of 300 HP.
Dragon Quest XI
Sylvando learns Remidheal at level 28 and casts it for 8 MP. The spell restores a small amount of HP at the beginning of the target's turn, starting at 22 HP and ending at 30 HP when the jester's magical mending hits 142.
Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below
Although it cannot be cast by any of the main heroes, if a Cureslime is summoned with a monster medal, it will cast Remidheal on the user. It restores 40 HP every 5 seconds for 15 seconds, reaching a total of 120 HP.
Dragon Quest Heroes II: Twin Kings and the Prophecy's End
Remoreheal can be learned by Kiryl, as well as Lazarel and Teresa if they are Priests. By charging their Reheal spell for a short time, they can cast Remoreheal, which creates a healing circle on the ground around them for 16 MP. It restores 7 HP to everyone, 13-15 HP to characters standing inside the circle, and both can be healed up to 8 times every 2 seconds. As they level up, they will be able to upgrade the spell and learn Remoreheal.
Dragon Quest Tact
Remoreheal can be learned by Ewwnicorn at level 46 and costs 36 MP to cast. It has a range of 1-2 squares away from the caster, can be self-cast, and grants a single character HP regeneration for 3 turns. It can also be taught to any unit by using ability scroll, which is received as a reward for completing the Time Trial: 3 Turns on Very Hard difficulty during the Dragon Quest VII event.
|Role *||Type *||Element||MP cost|
1-2 (incl. self)
|Grants 1 ally regeneration for 3 turns|
|Naturally learnt by|
In Other Languages
|Français||Soins partiaux||French for "partial care".|
|中文||里贝霍伊米||Transliteration of the Japanese name Ribehoimi.|