And yes, Artisan does use database to check some stuff under the hood.
It happens to me as well. Someone suggested that it might happen because of a seeder or a console command that is trying to use a missing table and the suggested solution is to comment the command or seeder in Kernel/Seeder. PS: I tried that but it didn't work.
Just fixed it. I was making a model select in the AppServiceProvider boot() function. The table for it was not created yet.
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