Huge props to eponymous-rose for putting this together!


I thought it might be entertaining to go through this fantastic list by @critrolestats of all the KOs in the game and see who was responsible for the healing on each one. Obviously there are a million ways everyone’s saved everyone else’s lives by now, but this is a fun way to keep a tally.

Fun facts! For “healed”, read “been directly responsible for someone recovering from unconsciousness or worse, either via potion, spell, or medicine check”.

  • With Ashley’s schedule limitations and recent events, Scanlan has now surpassed her for most heals in the party (11 versus 10). After the two healing powerhouses, Vex has actually been responsible for the third-most back-from-unconsciousness heals (5), followed by Vax (4) and Keyleth (3).
  • Percy has been knocked out by far the most (10 individual events), followed by Trinket (6) and Vax (5).

Who’s healed whom?

  • Vax has healed Percy three times and Keyleth once.
  • Vex has healed Trinket three times and Scanlan twice.
  • Pike has healed Percy four times and Grog three times.
  • Grog has healed Percy and Scanlan once each.
  • Scanlan has healed all the main party members except for Trinket and Pike, with Vex receiving the most heals (three).
  • Percy has only brought one person back from unconsciousness: Vax.
  • Keyleth has healed Trinket twice and Vax once.

And who’s been healed by whom the most?

  • The half-elves are all most often healed by Scanlan.
  • Trinket and Scanlan are most often healed by Vex.
  • Grog and Percy are most often healed by Pike.

Anyway, here’s the table and the complete list I used under the break. I’m sure there are gaps here and there, but it was fun setting this up! You know. In an emotionally scarring sort of way.

  • Episode 4: Scanlan gets chomped by a bulette.
    • Pike uses her Sprinter’s Boots and just barely succeeds an acrobatics check (with the help of Scanlan’s earlier inspiration) in order to get close enough to cast Cure Wounds on him.
  • Episode 4: Percy takes a couple of hits from the Duergar general’s flaming warhammer.
    • Pike casts Cure Wounds on him after the end of the battle.
  • Episode 5: Percy and Scanlan are both knocked out in the flying carpet’s crash-landing.
    • Vax feeds Percy a potion and Vex feeds Scanlan a potion.
  • Episode 5: Grog takes two acidic attacks of opportunity from the evil ooze (actually named black pudding, because that’s a thing).
    • Pike hits him with a Cure Wounds once the battle’s over.
  • Episode 7: Vax passes out from heat damage and is badly burned by the magma.
    • Pike and Trinket manage to drag him out, and Percy immediately gives him a healing potion.
  • Episode 8: Trinket takes a melee attack from the abyssal abomination.
    • A distraught Vex gives him a healing potion at the end of the battle.
    • Sam: “This is a grizzly situation.”
  • Episode 11: Grog is killed by a death ray from K’Varn.
    • Pike casts Revivify mid-battle, resulting in an abbreviated version of the resurrection ritual that succeeds on a single (advantaged) Wisdom check (16).
  • Episode 17: Grog is knocked out by Kern the Hammer at the end of their fight in the Crucible.
    • The clerics of Kord running the fight heal him.
  • Episode 17: Trinket gets caught in a fireball that Tiberius aimed at the hydra.
    • Keyleth casts Cure Wounds on Trinket.
  • Episode 19: Scanlan takes a bite attack from Rimefang… and two claw attacks after he’s already down.
    • Grog rushes in, feeds him a healing potion, and flings him across the ice, away from the battle.
  • Episode 19: Percy is slammed into the ice by Rimefang’s tail attack and takes another hit on the cusp of Lyra’s fireball spell.
    • Grog just barely manages to get to him with a healing potion at the end of the battle.
  • Episode 19: Lyra is knocked out by Rimefang’s ice breath.
    • Scanlan feeds her a potion at the end of the battle.
  • Episode 21: A possessed Keyleth is knocked out by Tiberius’s Obelisk of Stone
    • Tiberius gets her back on her feet with a healing potion.
  • Episode 25: Vax is downed by Delilah Briarwood’s Blight spell and takes another hit when Seeker Asum tries to get his unconscious body away from Sylas Briarwood.
    • Scanlan manages to get within earshot and casts Healing Word on Vax.
  • Episode 28: Trinket is knocked out by the behir’s lightning attack.
    • Keyleth casts Cure Wounds on him.
  • Episode 29: Percy is knocked out twice in a row by the banshee.
    • Scanlan casts Healing Words on him.
    • Vax beats him to it the second time and feeds Percy a potion.
  • Episode 33: Vax is stabbed by a Helmed Horror, and stabbed again while unconscious.
    • Keyleth heals him, followed immediately by a frantic Vex.
  • Episode 33: A possessed Keyleth is taken down by Scanlan’s Spirit Guardians.
    • Vax stabilizes her with a medicine check and Scanlan wakes her up with a Song of Rest.
  • Episode 33: A possessed Percy is knocked out by Grog and takes another hit from the ghost’s withering touch.
    • Scanlan casts Healing Word on him.
  • Episode 34: After being reduced to 1 HP by Delilah Briarwood’s Finger of Death spell, Vex is knocked unconscious by the fall after her flying spell is canceled.
    • After several failed attempts by Vax and Pike to revive her in the antimagic room, Vex rolls enough successful death saving throws to stabilize.
  • Episode 39: Vax is slashed by Grog’s sword during his rescue after being swallowed by the Purple Worm.
    • Pike heals him using Heal.
  • Episode 40: Trinket is felled by Vorugal’s ice breath.
    • Pike uses Cure Wounds on him.
  • Episode 44: Vex is killed by a trap on the Deathwalker’s Ward armor.
    • Kashaw successfully casts Revivify on her, with contributions to the ritual from Vax, Zahra, and Percy.
  • Episode 49: Vex is knocked out by a claw attack from the sphinx.
    • Scanlan heals her once he manages to return to the room.
  • Episode 50: Grog is killed by Craven Edge.
    • Pike successfully casts Revivify on him, with contributions to the ritual from Vex, Vax, and Scanlan.
  • Episode 52: Grog is knocked out by fall damage after his final blow on Kevdak.
    • Scanlan starts up a chant in the crowd by way of a Healing Word.
  • Episode 55: Percy and Trinket are knocked out by Umbrasyl’s acid breath.
    • Pike casts Heal on Percy.
    • Vex casts Cure Wounds on Trinket.
  • Episode 58: Vax is stabbed by Hotis, and then stabbed again once he’s unconscious.
    • Scanlan casts Healing Word on him after jumping off a 70-foot tower with Mythcarver to prevent Hotis from making his finishing blow.
  • Episode 63: Vex is shot by Saundor, using Fenthras.
    • Scanlan casts Healing Word on her.
  • Episode 66: Vex is downed by the cobalt golem’s acid breath.
    • Scanlan brings her back again with Healing Word.

And then, of course, there’s the disaster that is Episode 68:

  • The mage’s chain lightning spell takes down Keyleth, Scanlan, and Trinket. Before any of them can be healed, Ripley shoots Percy, knocking him out, then shoots him twice more before anyone can get to him. One of Ripley’s gunners fires next at her urging, killing him.
    • Percy is revived by Pike’s necklace.
    • Vex heals Scanlan by casting “Cure fucking Wounds with my shit-ass healing”.
    • Scanlan brings Keyleth back with a Healing Word. 
    • Trinket returns to Raven’s Slumber and is healed by Vex after the end of the battle.
  • Ripley shoots Percy, knocking him out again.
    • Vax brings him back with Lay on Hands.
  • Keyleth is stabbed by Kynan.
    • Scanlan uses a Healing Word (”I look at Keyleth and I fuckin’ heal her.”)
  • Percy is knocked out by Orthax and killed by Ripley.
    • Pike casts Resurrection the following day, and the ritual succeeds with help from Vex and Keyleth.

(read as “[row] healed [column] X times”)