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"Healer" redirects here. For information about the item in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, see Team Healer.
The Healslime as it appears in Fortune Street.
Species Slime
First appearance Dragon Quest II (1987, Dragon Quest series)
Itadaki Street DS (2007, Super Mario-related media)
Latest appearance Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age (2017, Dragon Quest series)
Fortune Street (2011, Super Mario-related media)
“Who wants a Healie suit? Plop up your hand and I'll boing your way.”
Healie, Fortune Street
Healslime's appearance in Itadaki Street DS.

Healslime, often known as Healer, is a support/guest character in Itadaki Street DS. Players are able to summon it for extra help after they have obtained its card. Healslimes are some of the many different Slime species in the Dragon Quest series, resembling jellyfish. As their name implies, their main skill is healing their fellow monster teammates in battle using magic.

In Fortune Street, Healslimes give free suits when the player passes by them or if the player lands in the same square that has them. The player gets to choose what suit they want or if the player has all of their suits, he will give them a Suit Yourself card. Healslimes appear the same way as in Itadaki Street. The Healslime in this game is named Healie, a reference to a character from Dragon Quest IV who assists Ragnar, one of the game's party members.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ホイミスライム
Hoimi Suraimu
Hoimi Slime, "Hoimi" is the Japanese name for the Heal spell from the Dragon Quest series
Italian Dottor Slime Doctor Slime
Spanish Medulimo Cicatrizante Healing Jellyfishlime