Fairy of Navigation (5e Creature)
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Tiny fey, lawful good
Avoidance. If the fairy is subjected to an effect that allows it to make a 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.
From a distance, a fairy of navigation appears as a spherical ball of glowing off-white light with wings. When viewed up close, it becomes apparent that is actually a diminutive humanoid-shaped creature that superficially resembles a tiny hylian. One of these fairies is only a few inches tail.
Magic Servants. These fairies are magically created, most famously by great fairies and the Great Deku Tree, and their creator usually has some sway over the personalities and physical characteristics of the fairies they create. As such, these fairies are usually subservient to their creator, and usually friendly in general. Most notably, almost every kokiri child is bestowed one of these fairies by the Deku Tree to serve at its guide.
Noncombatant. Due to its tiny size, this kind of fairy has practically no combat capability, but easily evades conventional attacks and spells alike. Versus a typical monster or warrior, one of these fairies can at best serve as a distraction. One of these fairies flies without effort, and usually only lands when it loses consciousness.
As a Player-Character. See Exotic Races (Hyrule Supplement) for race statistics usable by a player-character.