Dende is the first Namekian shown to have this ability in the Dragon Ball series and it later proved that he is a member of the Dragon Clan. During the Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga, Grand Elder Moori's chosen successor Esca is revealed to be a Namekian of this type.
Video Game Appearances
In Dragon Ball Online, it is revealed that the Healer-type Namekian sub-class, named Dende Priest (or Dende Healer), is a succeeding supportive caste to the Dragon Clan core class. Members of this class have powerful healing abilities, similar to Dende himself, and wield scrolls on their backs in unison with their staves. In the video game Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu, Dende learns the ability to heal people once he reaches level 3.
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, a Namekian Future Warrior can heal allies using Emperor's Sign (Frieza's Super Skill which has different effects depending on the user's race). The Namekian Future Warrior can also utilize Towa's Energy Zone to create a healing energy field. However the Namekian Future Warrior is classified as a Warrior-type and is noted to be incapable of creating Dragon Balls.
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, a Namekian Future Warrior can heal allies using Emperor's Sign (Frieza's Super Skill which has different effects depending on the user's race) and Energy Zone. Additionally Mr. Satan's DUAL Ultimate Skill DUAL The Savior Has Come pose will heal the Namekian Future Warrior and their partner (Mr. Satan or Time Patroller NPCs).
In Dragon Ball Fusions, certain Namekian characters such as Eemai, Snel, and Toomlin can learn and utilize healing support special moves such as Heal Power, Super Heal Power, Perfect Heal Power, and Healing Shout.