Fairy of Life (5e Creature)
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Fairy of Life
Tiny fey, neutral good
Evasion. When the fairy is subjected to an effect that allows it to make a Dexterity saving throw to take only half damage, it instead takes no damage if it succeeds on the saving throw, and only half damage if it fails.
Revive (1/Day). The fairy touches a creature and instills it with magical healing. If the creature is dead but died less than 1 minute ago, the creature returns to life. Regardless of whether the creature was dead or not, it then regains 17 (5d6) hit points. This action cannot restore any missing body parts. This action has no effect on creatures that have died of old age, nor on nonliving creatures such as constructs or undead.
From a distance, a fairy of life appears as a spherical ball of white or whitish-pink light, adorned with wings. When viewed up close, it becomes apparent that is actually a diminutive and feminine humanoid-shaped creature that superficially resembles a tiny hylian. One of these fairies is only a few inches tall.
Beneficial Healers. These mysterious creatures are known to wander the entire world but are most abundant in forests. They only reveal themselves to those they believe to be of righteous heart, and usually do so with the intention of providing aid or restorative healing. According to legend, these fairies will follow heroic warriors in order to revive these heroes if they fall in battle.
Fairy Underlings. Fairies of healing are created by and usually subservient to larger and more powerful Great Fairy (5e Creature), who in turn revere the goddess-like Fairy Queen.
As a Player-Character. See Exotic Races (Hyrule Supplement) for race statistics usable by a player-character.