Anime Healer are rarely the center of attention, with all the glory usually going to heroes and warriors who are capable of impressive attacks, flashily defeating enemies and claiming the spotlight for themselves. However, without the supporting characters to keep them afloat, these warriors may not even live to achieve the victories that made them famous.
Depending on the setting and world, sources of power and cures can vary widely, from elite doctors who can treat even the rarest of conditions to magic users to perform miraculous feats such as neutralizing the effects of death. But only those who can make a significant difference in their world can consider themselves among the most notable, divine healers.
10 Orihime Inoue (Bleach)
Although the cast of Bleach includes many successful healers, such as Retsu Unohana, none are on the same level as Orihime Inoue. Thanks to her naturally high spiritual energy, she has the talent to detect and control spiritual energy. Her soul energy is contained in the six-petal flower-shaped hairpins she received from her brother, which contain six different souls. Using her soul, Orihime can use incredible techniques like the Sōten Kisshun, which does not technically “heal,” but allows her to deny and undo certain events, even going even further to restore lost limbs and revive people. There is nothing more “divine” than bringing people back from the dead.
9 Akiko Yosano (Skull Stray Dog)
As the Armed Detective Agency’s personal doctor, Akiko Yosano is a true expert in her field, possessing rich knowledge of human anatomy and physiology. However, since Bungo Stray Dogs revolves around special abilities, her rare abilities have allowed her to distinguish herself from other doctors. When using “Thou Shall Not Die”, Akiko can instantly heal all external wounds, both in and out of combat, as long as the target is near death. The condition may seem limiting, but she is not afraid to injure others to bring them closer to the necessary stage of barely alive life. Unfortunately, this ability has no effect on internal injuries and illnesses.
8 Tsunade (Naruto)
As the Fifth Hokage of Konoha, Naruto’s Tsunade is not only one of the strongest kunoichi in the world but is also a legendary medical ninja, or ninja specializing in healing techniques. Her abilities as a medical ninja are truly unparalleled, as she is noted to be able to instantly identify any disease and also easily treat conditions that most people Everyone considered it impossible to recover. She can heal any damage from physical to psychological, even resolving severe cases of chakra depletion. Tsunade’s strongest technique is Creative Regeneration, which heals all wounds instantly, making her nearly immortal, but it comes at the cost of shortening her lifespan, which is why she only uses Use it as a last resort.
7 Josuke Higashikata (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Unbreakable Diamond)
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is all about the iconic Standing abilities, which vary significantly in both form and power. Diamond is the main character of Unbreakable, Josuke Higashikata, who uses a Stand called Crazy Diamond, which does not heal completely but only restores objects and creatures to their previous state. In this way, Josuke can not only fix anything, but can also heal almost any wound, as long as it is not fatal. Thanks to his intelligence and mastery of his Stand, he always finds ways to use this ability creatively, adapting to any situation and taking advantage of his environment. The only downside is that he cannot heal himself, which requires him to be more cautious, but that is not Josuke’s personality at all, so he will rush into any dangerous situation without remorse. .
6 Ria Karasuma (Healing Girl)
While music is not uncommon in the world of anime, thanks to the popularity of idol anime series, there is nothing quite like Healer Girl, where musical moments resemble stage plays or Disney scenes more. . Its story takes place in a world where music is a valid, scientifically proven form of healing and Ria Karasuma is a world leader in voice medicine. Not only was she a famous healer who ran her own clinic and taught apprentice girls hoping to become like her, but she also conducted research on musical healing, actively working on to develop this field.
5 Alluka Zoldyck (Hunter x Hunter)
Hunter x Hunter’s Alluka Zoldyck is not only a great example of transgender representation, but also one of the strongest characters in the anime world. To be honest, despite being born into a family of notorious assassins, Alluka doesn’t have any special powers, either physical or related to Nen. Instead, the source of her power is Nanika, a mysterious creature from the Dark Continent that has possessed her body. Nanika can grant any wish, perhaps to an infinite extent, once Alluka’s three requests are fulfilled. In terms of healing, a notable example is when she healed Gon, who was in critical condition, nearly dying due to the Nen contract.
4 Wendy Marvell (Fairy Tail)
Wendy Marvell of Fairy Tail uses Sky Dragon Slayer Magic, which has very diverse potential. Not only does it allow her to use versatile support spells and surprisingly powerful attacks, but it also makes her an excellent healer, able to heal even the most serious wounds. Before she used this magic, it was thought to be long lost, which shows how rare and important it is. As one would expect, she can heal various wounds and neutralize the effects of strong poisons, but that is not the full extent of her power, as she is even recorded claims to be able to revive people who are near death.
3 Tony Tony Chopper (One Piece)
As the resident doctor of the Straw Hat Pirates, Tony Tony Chopper’s medical skills are not due to one of the many Devil Fruits in One Piece, but to his adoptive parents, Hiriluk and Kureha, two doctors. took care of him and taught him everything. they know about medicine. After learning the basics of the field, he further enhanced his knowledge in the Kingdom of Turin, where he studied books on drugs and herbs that remained of an unfamiliar world. He has continued to learn and grow as a doctor since then, proving himself through extraordinary feats such as quickly developing new cures and treating devastating injuries. violent.
2 Falma de Medici (Parallel World Pharmacy)
Parallel World Pharmacy follows a world-class medical researcher who overworked himself to death and was reincarnated as Falma de Médicis, heiress to a respected family of pharmacists, in a different world. other, less developed. Combining knowledge from his past life with the unique power he gained through the divine blessing of a god, Falma can perform magical feats such as creating and destroying any substance that contains molecular structure that you are familiar with. Additionally, he has divine vision, allowing him to determine the medical problems of whoever he is looking at. Finally, unlike others in his world, his magical powers seem to have no limits, making his potential unparalleled.
1 Elizabeth Liones (The Seven Deadly Sins)
While Elizabeth Liones may not be one of the official Sins, she’s still one of the most lovable characters in the Seven Deadly Sins, as well as one with incredible power. As the current queen of the Kingdom of Liones and the reincarnation of the Goddess Elizabeth, she possesses immense light-based power, able to heal everyone in the kingdom instantly. After learning to control her abilities, she proved to be extremely talented, even more skillful than the best druids, easily healing many people who had suffered fatal damage, as well as like removing powerful curses placed by the Demon King’s magic.
While these characters may not be the most memorable of their series, viewers instead tend to admire characters defined by their seemingly limitless powers, But they are most likely the most important players. Through their healing abilities, they allow others to shine, often without expecting anything. Some are even powerful enough to revive those who underestimate the threat they’re facing, allowing fan-favorite characters to continue driving the action. Really, healing cartoon deserve more recognition than they usually receive.