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The Clergy (also known as Priest and Male Healer) is a recurring humanoid class in the Disgaea series first introduced in Disgaea: Hour of Darkness.



The Clergies have have received several redesigns over the years. Consistently, they are androgynous males, wearing a full body robe and chained cuffs on their wrists. Like their female counterparts, the Clerics, their are closed. As the Male Healer in D1, they resemble the Clerics, but with short hair and a shorter height. In D3, the Clergies are taller and handsome. Their skin is shady, and their hair is longer. Following DD2, the Clergies are now completely effeminate. They wear their hair in pigtails adorned with flowery ribbons, and their eyes are hidden behind their bangs. This design has become a mainstay for this class.


In contrast to the serene and mature Clerics, the Clergies, as of DD2, are cheerful and bubbly. They are always friendly to friend and foe alike.


Despite being demons, they have no ill will towards humans or Celestia and do not like to fight. Unlike their female counterparts, they believe healing those wounded in battle is a sin, so their beliefs require them to wear handcuffs and barbed robes as self-punishment. It is said that they knew about magic before science proved its existence.

They have a great interest in learning and often visit the Nether Central Lie-brary. Some of the male healers dress up in a more feminine style, but they get miffed when they get mistaken for females as a result.



Disgaea: Hour of Darkness[]

Main article: Male Healer (Disgaea)

The Healer class was introduced in Disgaea: Hour of Darkness as one of the starting classes.

Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice[]

Main article: Clergy (Disgaea 3)

While missing from Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories, the Clergy returns with a new design in Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice as a starting class.

Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness[]

Main article: Priest

After being missing in Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten, the Clergy returns in Disgaea D2 as a starting class, again with a new design.

Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance[]

Main article: Clergy (Disgaea 5)

The Clergy appears as a starting class.

Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny[]

Main article: Clergy (Disgaea 6)

The Clergy appears as a starting class.

Disgaea 7: Vows of the Virtueless[]

Main article: Clergy (Disgaea 7)

The Clergy appears as a starting class.

Disgaea RPG[]

The Clergy appears as an obtainable character. Alternate variations of the Clergy are obtainable.

Other Appearances[]

Makai Kingdom[]

The Male Healer (known as the 'Medic') is proficient with Flamethrowers and Rifles, since it is often positioned on the front lines of wars. However, it is also proficient with daggers and Syringes, much like the female healer counterpart.

Soul Nomad and the World Eaters[]

The Male Healers of Soul Nomad are best positioned in the back of the squad, so that their attack becomes 'Heal All', which heals the whole squad whenever they attack. As the leader, their special attacks and tactics all circle around healing allies or their own squad, or increasing allies' or their own squad's Defense and Resistance.


See main article: Clergy/Gallery.

See Also[]

  • Cleric, the female counterpart to this class.