Charubi hatchlings are very clingy, always staying a little behind their magi. Charubi hatchlings follow their magi everywhere, no matter where they go. They require constant attention, and if their magi doesn't pet them at least once an hour they will begin keening in a very high-pitched, annoying sound. Having a Charubi hatchling usually means a tiny deer sleeping curled up next to you in bed. Thankfully, as long as they get enough attention, they will be content and happy, and repay their magi with cozy affection.
Charubis are cheeky creatures. They are very persistent about getting attention from their chosen companions. A companion pair of Charubi are literally never apart, but while they are devoted, they also take out their frustrations on each other in harmless, sometimes humorous ways. They will nip each other's ankles or even rear ends to get attention, and if the two companions are both male, will sometimes butt their antlers together in mock fights. Whatever mischief they make for each other, all will be forgiven once one deer picks up a leaf and places it on its companions back. This gesture seems to be one of reconciliation or maybe a way to ask for forgiveness for whatever annoying thing the deer did. Once this happens, they will coexist happily for a while, content to munch their favorite meals or to follow each other wherever each one goes.
Sprite art: DarrkestDrow | Description: Raneth