Bubble (5e Creature)
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Small aberration, chaotic evil
Enchanted Flight. The bubble gains a flight speed (hover) of 35 feet. If the bubble takes damage, it loses this flight speed and falls to the ground until the end of its next turn.
False Appearance. While motionless, the bubble is indistinguishable from a very large skull.
Magic Resistance. The bubble has advantage on saving throws against spells and other magical effects.
Bash. Melee Weapon Attack: +5 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 5 (1d4 + 3) bludgeoning damage.
A bubble may seem to be some sort of undead creature, but it is actually an aberration.
Bubbles appear to be large, disfigured hylian skulls that fly around via two small, bat-like wings. They stalk crypts and other places where death is in the air. Common bubbles are notorious for disguising themselves as mundane skulls and attacking unwary travelers. This element of surprise is necessary to them, as they lack the protective cloaks of their more powerful cousins.
Pursuers. Bubbles move around an area at their own leisure, and tend to stay within a small territory. However, as soon as a bubble spies an intruder, it will throw fits of cackling laughter as it pursues its target relentlessly, even in the face of death. It is said that if you escape a bubble without defeating it, you will be haunted by visions of it in your dreams for the rest of your life.
Unstable Flight. A bubble's flight is powered by an unstable magic. Any disruption in this magic can cause a bubble to temporarily lose its ability to fly. While flightless, a bubble will frantically hop in the direction of its prey.
- Flame Bubble, a more powerful type of bubble that can invoke flame.
- Cursed Bubble, an uncommon bubble that can curse unlucky travelers.