This is a guide for healing and reviving demons in Shin Megami Tensei III HD Remaster (SMT Nocturne) for the Switch, PS4, and Steam! Read on to learn how to heal the demons in your party and how to revive your fallen allies.
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Players can use HP recovery items to heal the wounded demons in their party.
Items such as Medicine and Life Stones restore a certain amount of HP to a damaged ally, while Beads and Somas fully replenish their HP.
Skills, particularly Magic Skills, can also be used to heal demons.
Magic skills like Media or Dia can restore the HP of damaged demons, while HP-draining magic skills like Deathtouch damage the target enemy while healing the caster.
Players can also use the many Fountains of Life scattered around the map to heal wounded demons at the cost of Macca. From the menu, select Heal, and a list of your demons will appear alongside the cost to heal each one.
When a demon is killed during combat, it will become unavailable for the rest of the battle unless revived. Here are the different ways to revive demons.
Revival items can be used both inside and outside of combat on demons with the Dead status. Outside of combat, revival items can be found in the Item category and they are used just like healing items.
It is risky to revive allied demons during battle due to the fact that their HP will be in critical levels when resurrected and you'll need to swap demons back into battle using the Demi-Fiend's turn. It will consume a lot of resources and turns while giving enemies free turns to attack your party so be careful!
Players can also use the many Fountains of Life scattered around the map to revive dead demons at the cost of Macca.
From the menu, select Revive, and a list of dead demons in your roster will appear. Spend Macca to revive the ones that need reviving.
Do note that reviving using this method is like using a Revival Bead. Demons who are reawakened in this manner will do so with only a bit of HP. Players must heal them to full before using them in battle.
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|How to Get Raidou||How to Get Dante|
|How to Heal and Revive Demons||How to Recruit Demons|
|Fusion Calculator Guide||How to Farm Lucky Tickets|
|Rag's Jewelry Shop||Build Guide: Best Demi-fiend Stat Builds|
|How to Fuse Demons||Mystical Chests Guide: List of Mystical Chests|
|What is the Kagutsuchi||List of Evolving Demons|
|Best Leveling Areas||How to Unlock the Compendium|
|Joining the Mantra: Gozu's Question||List of Trophies and Achievements|
|How to Get Deathstones||How to Return to the Amala Labyrinth|
|Fiend Bosses List and Locations||How to Open All Kalpa Doors|
|Burial Chamber Guide||List of Shady Brokers|
|Junk Shop List||New Game Plus Features : How to Unlock NG+|
|Press Turn Battle System Guide||Differences Between Difficulty Settings|
|How to Swap Demons||How to Talk to Demons|
|How to Change Voice language||How to Save Game|
|How to Remove Curses||How to Farm Macca|
|Stat Guide: All Stats Explained||What Does Strength Do|
|What Does Magic Do||What Does Agility Do|
|What Does Vitality Do||What Does Luck Do|
|Where to Find Bill||Should You Release Pixie|
|Jumping from Mantra Headquarters||Demi-Fiend Canon Name|
|How to Open the Door in Ikebukuro||Four Oni Locations|
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