Half-Humans

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Search Synonyms (Done): merfolk, mermaid, merman, minotaur, centaur. satyr/fauns/fawns/Pan,

Impending Search Synonyms (Sample):nagas, medusa, frogmen, harpy, hawkmen, lizardmen, serpent people, all the different names for Illithids (See section for all the names).


Cautions: The collection is sorted not by name, but by unpainted visual appearance, in this case, that of half-human peoples (regardless of size).The following are human×(single) animal mergers. Where a species is legendary, as in ancient mythology, we’ve provided the appropriate links to those galleries. For multiple-animal mergers, see Modern RPG Creature Creations or Mythological Creatures until we have a separate page worked out for such Chimaera. See also Lycanthropes for weres under metamorphosis.

To use this key, compare the ratio of human to animal parts, considering these five elements: head, torso, forearms (incl. wings, flippers, etc.), legs, tails (tail-less being considered humanoid). If three out of five are animal, then it’s mostly beast. If two out of five are animal, it’s mostly Humanoid. Sentience seems to be determined by the combination of humanoid heads and humanoid forearms (due to the hands). Some species have joined double-torsos with two waists, as in a centaur (not only does the human part have a waist, but so does the horse body). These are considered neither human-torsoed nor beast torsoed, but a separate condition of “Double-Waisted`(double-forearm set implicated). With other species, the torso ends at a single waist and does not continue to the rump, as in the mermaid and the faun. We’ve designated these as “Split Single-Waisted`` (single-forearm set implicated). Although a full torso that is either human or animal also is single-waisted, we don’t include them under this special heading. At this point, we have not differentiated between hands and forearms and feet and legs. If it makes a difference, ie. if the creature has tentacles for arms ending in human hands, consider the arms as human, because the hand manipulation will reflect most of the sentient function. Same goes for the feet - if it’s a human with duck feet, consider him to have duck legs as well. Eventually, we should get around to this discrimination and one for Necks. Also not done to date is a section for non-real animals that have no tails (a tail-less lion, for instance); real animals that are tail-less are found in Hazardous Natural Lifeforms. Since this collection will exceed the page length limit, links will be provided for each category as they become overlarge. Also, the collection cannot be expected to be kept up to date, as it is not the main purpose of this wiki to indulge the viewer with these special galleries; hence, a proper search should ensue if your figure cannot be quickly identified from this gallery.

To find the identity of the figure: Simply click on the thumbnail, then, on the page with the pic, scroll down to see what links to that pic and follow the links.

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Collectors: Enjoy the eye candy!

We apologize for the complexity of this scheme. We will be working on a clickable dichotomous taxonomic key soon!

Contents

Humanoids with animal-textured surfaces only (no animal limbs)

Most of these could pass for humans with a mutant condition.

Fishscaled Humanoids

See Deep Ones, particularly the Hybrids.

Snakeskinned Humanoids

Yuan-ti Purebloods - reptilian eyes, forked tongue and patches of scales (mostly human skin)

Yuan-ti Wretchlings - fangs, reptilian eyes and patches of hair (mostly snake skin)

Feathered Humanoids

Arthropoidal-armoured Humanoids (exoskeletal only)

Spiny Humanoids

Furry Humanoids

See Lycanthropes.

Humanoid-headed & -handed Races w. Animal Parts (sentient)

Having hands capable of fine-motor skills makes these races technologically inventive. See also Fairy Kin and Angels.

w. full Humanoid Torsos

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

w. Animal Legs & Tails

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w. Split Single-Waisted Torsos (Humanoid top, Animal bottom)

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

w. Animal Legs & Tails

Merfolk - fish below the waist


Serpentoids - serpent below the waist

True Lamia - serpent below the waist (female)

There are also two other creatures named "Lamia": a big cat version with a human head and a leonine centauroid.


Yuan-ti Mageslayers - serpent below the waist (male)


Satyroids: Satyrs & Fauns


w. Humanoid Legs & No Tails

w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

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Centauroids

Centaurs


Zegumbwai: Zebra-Centaurs (not horse-tailed!)
Pseudolamia - leonine centauroids

There are also two other creatures named "Lamia": a big cat version with a human head and the True Lamia, which is serpent from the waist down.

w. Humanoid Legs & No Tails

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w. Split Double-Waisted Torsos (Animal top, Humanoid bottom)

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w. full Animal Torsos

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Humanoid-headed Creatures w. Animal Limbs/Wings (usually highly sentient)

It makes sense that having no hands would make most of these cerebral creatures capable of magic. For those that have human arms and other animal limbs, they'd be even more enabled.

w. full Humanoid Torsos

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

w. Animal Legs & Tails

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See also Fairy Kin and Angels & Cherubs.

Tentacle-armed Humanoids


Snake-armed Humanoids

This includes some Yuan-ti Halfbloods.


w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

Plume-winged Humanoids

See also Heavenly Host.

Sirens - scantily-clad plume-winged humanoids


Bat-winged Humanoids

See Devils & Demons particularly for Succubi and Gargoyles, Grotesques and Gremlins.

Insect-winged Humanoids

See Fairies.

w. Split Single-Waisted Torsos (Humanoid top, Animal bottom)

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

w. Animal Legs & Tails

Harpies & Siren/Sirins: human ×owl


w. Humanoid Legs & No Tails

w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

w. Split Single-Waisted Torsos (Animal top, Humanoid bottom)

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

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Aarakocra: Bat wings w. extra hands


w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

w. Split Double-Waisted Torsos (Animal top, Humanoid bottom)

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

w. Animal Legs & Tails

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w. full Animal Torsos

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Naga (snake legs = no legs)

Compare with Snakemen and Serpentmen; includes some Yuan-ti Abominations.


w. Humanoid Legs & No Tails

w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

Animal-headed Beastmen w. Humanoid Arms (usually sentient, often barbaric)

w. full Humanoid Torsos

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

w. Animal Legs & Tails

w. Humanoid Legs & No Tails

Illithids: cephalopod-headed Beastmen

There are a great many names for these creatures: Illithid, Mind Flayer, Mind Disruptor, Bathalian, Kalovon - Cthuloid Alien, Davy Jones, Cthulhoid, Squidoid, Octopoid, , Psionic Flayer, Fathoms Deep Bastard of the Depths,Squidm(e/a)n, Depths Creature, Sercathv Hue-Eater, Cthulhu, Spawn Horror, Star-spawn, Krong the Mighty, Cosmic Stranger, Genestealer, Lords of Cthul, and Illithkin. It'll take some time to chase these down, so please be patient. Easternfront Studio's DC0008 Mind Lord

See also: D&D Miniatures Pre-Painted plastic: Harbinger #50 Mind Flayer, Aberrations #39 Mind Flayer Telepath, War Drums #38 Shuluth, Archvillain, Demonweb #21 Shadow Flayer, Demonweb #23 Thoon Hulk, Demonweb #25 Concord Illithid, Lords of Madness #8 C'tallum, Astral Hunter, Lords of Madness #30 Mind Flayer Noble.
Star Wars Miniatures Pre-Painted plastic: Quarren Raider, Quarren Bounty Hunter, Quarren Isolationist, Quarren Asssassin,



Insect-headed Beastmen


Bullywugs: Frog-headed Beastmen


Snake-headed Beastmen (no tails)

This includes some Yuan-ti Halfbloods.


w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

Minotaurs: Cattle-heads


w. Split Single-Waisted Torsos (Humanoid top, Animal bottom)

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

w. Animal Legs & Tails

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w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

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w. Animal Legs & Tails

Yuan-ti Holy Guardians - serpents w. human chests and arms (snake-headed)


w. Humanoid Legs & No Tails

w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

w. Split Double-Waisted Torsos (Humanoid top, Animal bottom)

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

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w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

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w. full Animal Torsos

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w. Animal Legs & Tails

Snakemen (snakes with human arms)

Compare with Serpentmen and Naga. Includes Serpent Creepers, Yuan-ti Abominations.


w. Humanoid Legs & No Tails

w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

Serpentmen (snakes with four humanish but scaled limbs)

Compare with Snakemen and Naga. Includes H.P. Lovecraft's "serpent people" (later called Valusians) and true Ophidians (not having reptilian hands and feet).


Animal-headed & -armed Beasts w. some Humanoid Parts (if sentient, usually barbaric)

Having to do without fine-motor skills these creatures rely more on brute strength like their true Animal relatives. Most probably couldn’t survive - at least not without magic, and that, under bestial control is more than a little frightening.

w. full Humanoid Torsos

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

w. Animal Legs & Tails

w. Humanoid Legs & No Tails

w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

w. Split Single-Waisted Torsos (Humanoid top, Animal bottom)

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

w. Animal Legs & Tails

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w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

w. Split Single-Waisted Torsos (Animal top, Humanoid bottom)

w. Animal Legs & No Tails

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w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

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w. Animal Legs & No Tails

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w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

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w. Animal Legs & Tails

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w. full Animal Torsos

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Fish-heads

See Deep Ones. Perhaps these creatures are sentient because they`ve metamorphosed from humans.

w. Animal Legs & Tails

w. Humanoid Legs & No Tails

w. Humanoid Legs & Animal Tails

Headless Horrors (definitely not sentient)

A catch-all section for magical humanoid-animal crosses that have no apparent minds, which implies either a hidden brain casing; without a face for sensory organs, this implies magical or at least psychic abilities. Y’Golonac would fall into this category, and it`s a Cthulhu Mythos deity.



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