|“||Half suitcase, half homicidal maniac.||„|
|~ Terry Pratchett|
The Luggage is a magical sentient box given to the wizard Rincewind by a traveler from a vastly advanced land. Thus far it has proven to be incredibly sociopathic but oddly loyal to its current owner. It appears as a large wooden chest that can, on command, summon hundreds of small humanoid feet that can move at reasonably quick speeds.
Powers and Stats
Tier: At least 9-B, likely higher
Name: The Luggage
Classification: Mobile Magical Luggage
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Strength and Durability, Sensitivity to Magic and other energies, Magical Enhancements, Resistance to Magic, Elements, Physical Attack, Psychic Power, etc, Immortality (Types 1 and 2), and Multidimensional Insides
Attack Potency: At least Wall level, likely higher (Has eaten Great White Sharks with no apparent effort)
Speed: Likely Athletic Human
Lifting Strength: Unknown; carries possibly thousands to tens of thousands of tons of equipment inside via multidimensional storage
Striking Strength: At least Wall Class, likely higher
Durability: Unknown (The Luggage has not been damaged through any means, including from powerful spells, reality warping attacks, and being thrown under a mountain for thousands of years)
Stamina: The Luggage does not tire and will walk thousands of miles under oceans and through walls to achieve its goals
Range: Standard melee range
Standard Equipment: Unknown; literally millions of items ranging from magical swords to dirty socks
Intelligence: Likely Below Average, although it has been suspected of far greater intelligence
Weaknesses: Seemingly none
Feats: Has eaten a shark and several athletic human beings with no trouble, and stomps mythical creatures to death regularly (including dragon-headed chimeras)
- Stomp: The Luggage kicks and stomps its opponent to death, often mocking it with some form.
- Stare: The Luggage "stares" (or rather, gives the impression of staring) menacingly at the opponent, working 100% of the time to the effect of frightening the enemy.
- Devour: The Luggage eats its opponent, regardless of size (somewhat like Nibbler of Futurama). These people are never seen again.