In fantasy fiction, games, and anime, human and non-human crossbreeds are so common your average monster seems to spend time hanging out in either A) a wizard's laboratory, or B) a singles bar. Since such characters are popular, I figured they deserved their own generator!
The unpopular female half-Ki-Rin sorcerer with a heart of gold. She has an amazonian build. Her wardrobe is bizarre. She appears as an 'humanized' version of her non-human parent, but it is an attractive, not monstrous appearance.
The broken-hearted male half-Unicorn poacher. His wardrobe is elaborate. He appears human - but has the personality and habits of his non-human ancestor.
The unethical, private, uneducated male half-Hippocampus guard searching for justice. He appears far more non-human than human.
The biased, uneducated male half-Hippocampus cavalier. He has a narrow build. His wardrobe is mysterious. His face hints at his non-human ancestry, but he otherwise appears human.
The social, inexperienced male half-Sphinx conjurer. His wardrobe is dignified. His body is one half human - one half taking after his non-human ancestor.
The melancholy, unpopular, worldwise male half-Vampire bodyguard. He has a lean build. His wardrobe is sexy. He appears as an 'humanized' version of his non-human parent, but the result is very disturbing.
The patriotic, vocal female half-Gargoyle sorcerer. She has a slender build. Her non-human ancestry is very obvious and not-concealable, but not particuarly disturbing.
The unwise, religious, tolerant female half-Catoblepas herbologist. She has a busty build. Her wardrobe is tight-fitting. Her non-human ancestry isn't obvious, but she has some odd traits hinting at her parentage.
The wise male half-Roc barbarian. His wardrobe is odd. His body is one half human - one half taking after his non-human ancestor.
The happy, lonely male half-Divinity crusader. His wardrobe is attractive. He can shapeshift, taking the form of a human, or taking after his non-human ancestor.
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