Origamist (5e Spell)
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You control the folding of paper into a new form, infusing magic into its creation. Choose a piece of paper within range no more than 5 feet square. You cause it to fold into the form of an inanimate object, an animal, or any other shape you wish. When you cast this spell, you can also choose to alter the paper in one of the following ways until the spell ends:
- You cause the paper to assume both the basic form and properties of a Tiny nonmagical object you have seen before. This only changes simple physical characteristics of the paper, such as strength, weight, or sharpness, not things like edibility or texture.
- You choose a Tiny beast with a CR of 0. The paper folds and animates to resemble the chosen beast, using the beast's game statistics except that the paper is a construct with an AC of 5, 1 hit point, and immunity to poison and psychic damage. The animated paper obeys your verbal commands (no action required), but can't attack, activate magic items, or carry more than a pound.
You can have up to three pieces of paper under the non-instantaneous effects of this spell at a time, and can dismiss such an effect on one or more pieces of paper as a bonus action. If paper with an additional effect from this spell takes damage or is exposed to fire or water, it unfolds and the spell ends on that piece of paper.