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 clueless female half-Unicorn shaman. Her non-human ancestry isn't obvious, but she has some odd traits hinting at her parentage.
The smart, wily female half-Fairy barbarian. She has a wasp-waisted build. Her wardrobe is strange. She has a perfectly human head and face - but her body is that of her non-human parent's species.
The romantic, world-weary female half-Yeti ranger. Her wardrobe is non-nonsense. Her body is that of a human for the most part, but her head is more like that of her non-human parent.
The selfish male half-Yeti jester. He has an elegant build. His non-human ancestry is very obvious and not-concealable.
The negative, cooperative female half-Kraken blacksmith. Her body is a mismatched composite of her human and non-human ancestry.
The intuitive, incoherent female half-Divinity conjurer searching for purpose. Her wardrobe is fashionable. Her non-human ancestry isn't obvious, but she has some odd traits hinting at her parentage.
The promiscuous, inexperienced female half-Kitsune berserker. She has a lithe build. Her non-human ancestry is very obvious and not-concealable, but not particuarly disturbing.
The peace-loving, playful, experienced female half-Unicorn scribe looking for a challenge. Her wardrobe is mysterious. She appears to have multiple personalities - at times being human, at times taking after her non-human parent.
The self-righteous male half-Kappa brigand. He has an angular build. He has a perfectly human head and face - but his body is that of his non-human parent's species.
The sleazy, introverted female half-Centaur tomb robber. Her wardrobe is non-nonsense. Her appearance is that of a normal human - but under certain conditions she turns into a member of her non-human ancestor's species.
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