Lucas the Spider (5e Creature)
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Tiny beast, neutral good
Plop. Lucas takes no damage from falling.
Web Rage. People love this cute little guy A LOT. If a creature targets Lucas with a spell or attack, before the attack hits, the fabric of space and time is suddenly ripped open, looking into a physical world that is YouTube. The tear in reality dumps a crushing weight of sarcasm, curses and hate onto the creature in the form of comment boxes, dealing 9999 force damage. The attack then is swallowed up by the rift as it closes once the threat to Lucas is gone.
Play. Lucas plays around with some string or an instrument of his. All creatures that see or hear him playing become charmed.
This cute little guy literally cannot hurt even a fly, instead preferring to befriend them. Being a jumping spider, he is agile and quick, but cannot spin webs naturally. In his free time, he plays with toys and makes instruments to play. His little self and big eyes are so disarmingly cute that one cannot help but to fawn over him. His demeanor is like that of a child and he tries his best to help, even if he doesn't fully understand the world around him. In the event even the smallest bad thing befalls him, the fabric of reality is rumored to seemingly fall apart as angry fans from a universe beyond the fourth wall pelt his assailants and misfortunes to death with angry comments. It is said a bird became fried chicken after stealing his harp.