The Full Heal (Japanese: なんでもなおし Heal-All) is a type of medicine introduced in Generation I. It can be used to cure a Pokémon of all non-volatile status conditions and confusion.
In the core series games
In Pokémon Crystal, Full Heal costs 500 during the Goldenrod Department Store rooftop sale.
At Join Avenue's Market, Full Heal can be bought in dozens at 5400 each, which equates to 450 per Full Heal.
When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it cures a Pokémon of all non-volatile status conditions (poison, paralysis, sleep, burn, and freeze).
Generation II onward
A Full Heal can now cure confusion.
When used from the Sachel on a Pokémon, it cures a Pokémon of all non-volatile status conditions (poison, paralysis, drowsy, burn, frostbite).
The Full Heal appears as a Wonder Launcher item. It costs 6 points to use.
Scarlet and Violet
|Bag sprite from Legends Arceus|
In spin-off games
In Pokémon Conquest, the Full Heal can be used to cure a Pokémon from poison, paralysis, sleep, burn, freeze, and confusion.
A Full Heal can be purchased from the Shop in Terrera for 600-420 gold, and sold for 300-390 gold.
Pokémon Trading Card Game series
The Full Heal card is available in Pokémon Trading Card Game and Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!, and the Full Heal Energy card in available only in the latter game.
|Full Heal (GB1)||Full Heal (GB2)||Full Heal Energy (GB2)|
In Pokémon UNITE, the Full Heal removes all status conditions from one of the player's Pokémon and makes it immune to hindrances for a short time.
In the manga
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon chapter
A Full Heal appeared in Finale!! The Battle Against the Other Dimension!, where Gladion received one sent to him by Moon in order to treat his injuries.
In the TCG
- Main article: Full Heal (Base Set 82)
Full Heal was included as a Trainer card in the first release of the TCG, the Base Set (Expansion Pack in Japan), with artwork by Keiji Kinebuchi. After several reprints, it later received new art by Kinebuchi in the Japanese Pokémon-e Starter Deck, which made up part of the English Expedition Base Set. Full Heal wasn't reprinted again until the SoulSilver Collection when it was reclassified as an Item card; it also featured new artwork by Takashi Yamaguchi. While the print would be included in the English HeartGold & SoulSilver expansion, the Trainer card classifications weren't adopted until the Black & White expansion, which also included a reprint of Full Heal. Originating from the White Collection in Japan, it again features new artwork, this time by 5ban Graphics. 5ban Graphics also created the artwork for the next reprint included in the Furious Fists expansion (Japanese Rising Fist expansion). The Japanese Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary and English Evolutions expansion - sets celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Pokémon franchise - reprinted the card with its original Kinebuchi artwork, while it was given new artwork by Yoshinobu Saito as one of the Japanese S-P Promotional cards and in the Rebel Clash expansion.
It removes all Special Conditions from one of the player's Active Pokémon.
In the TFG
- Main article: Full Heal (Next Quest 1)
Full Heal was included as a Trainer card in the first Pokémon Trading Figure Game expansion, Next Quest. It removes all Special Conditions from one of the player's Pokémon.
It uses the same artwork as the Full Heal Trainer card from the TCG's Expedition Base Set.
- In early appearances, the Full Heal was depicted as a vaccine inside of a syringe-type device; this was later changed to being a "spray-type medicine" in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.
- In the Generation II games, due to a glitch, when an NPC uses a Full Heal on a Pokémon, it will not be cured of Nightmare (even after waking up from sleep) or of confusion.
In other languages
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