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Healara in Final Fantasy (3DS).

Restores HP to entire party.

Final Fantasy description

Healara (ヒーラ, Hīra?, lit. Heala) is a spell that appears in a few games in the Final Fantasy series. It is a more powerful version of the Heal spell.


Final Fantasy[]

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Healara (HEL2 on the NES and Heal2 in Final Fantasy Origins) is a level 5 White Magic spell. The spell restores a moderate amount of HP to all allies. In the NES and Origins releases, it restores between 24 and 48 HP, while in subsequent releases it restores HP depending on the caster's Intelligence.

The spell can be bought at Melmond and can be learned by the White Mage and White Wizard Job classes. In the GBA/PSP/iOS releases it costs 25 MP to cast. It can also be cast by using the Rune Staff as an item.

The spell is bugged in the NES version; it works outside of battle as designed, but works like Hel3 in battle.

Final Fantasy Tactics S[]

Healara was a White Magick ability for the Holy Eared Fop White Mage unit. When used, it would restore a moderate amount of HP to all targets within a cross-shaped area of effect.

Final Fantasy Dimensions II[]

Healara I-III are recovery magic abilities exclusive to Jornee, being her strongest healing ability. She can only learn these abilities from the Aqua Maiden Eidolon, with their potency being increased with each upgraded version. Healara restores a moderate amount of HP to all party members and removes darkness and poison.

In the original free-to-play versions, Healara I-III could be used by any party member equipped with the Healara version of the Siren signet. Each version of the spell recovered more HP based on the summon's rank and had increased MP costs for each version of the spell.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances[]

Other Square Enix titles[]

Healara in Bravely Default II.

Healara has appeared in other Square Enix titles as a magic ability, referencing the Final Fantasy version of the spell.

Healara, along with Heal and Healaga, is a Red Magic spell in Bravely Default II for Red Mages that restores 2000 HP to a single target.

Influences in other titles[]

Heal magics are prominent in RPGs created by the Mistwalker company founded by Hironobu Sakaguchi, appearing in the titles Blue Dragon and Lost Odyssey. Both titles feature Heala (ヒーラ, Hīra?), along with Heal (ヒール, Hīru?) and Healus (ヒーラス, Hīrasu?, lit. Healas), as a single target healing White Magic. In addition, a group-wide version of Heala also appears, being known as the Zephyra, which recovers HP for the entire party. Its connection is more cemented with Heal in Japanese, with both games using the names Zeheala (ゼヒーラ, Zehīra?).