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, unjust male half-Werecat tomb robber. His non-human ancestry gives him a horribly inhuman appearance.
The extraverted male half-Gargoyle thief who is estranged from family members. He has a slender build. He has a perfectly human head and face - but his body is that of his non-human parent's species.
The clever, cruel female half-Catoblepas conjurer coping with mental illness. She has a wasp-waisted build. She appears to have multiple personalities - at times being human, at times taking after her non-human parent.
The wise male half-Hydra tomb robber. He has an angular build. His non-human ancestry gives him a strangely attractive appearance.
The tolerant female half-Catoblepas scribe who fell in with the wrong crowd. Her wardrobe is practical. She can shapeshift, taking the form of a human, or taking after her non-human ancestor.
The unconfident, selfless male half-Pegasus scribe who is part of a secret society. His wardrobe is tight-fitting. He appears as an 'humanized' version of his non-human parent, but it is an attractive, not monstrous appearance.
The unpopular female half-Oroborous necromancer who hates animals. Her wardrobe is fashionable. She body is one half human - one half taking after her non-human ancestor.
The dispirited male half-Werecat blacksmith. His non-human ancestry is very obvious and not-concealable, but not particuarly disturbing.
The illogical, studious, seasoned female half-Keplie mage. She has a graceful build. She appears human - yet her shadow is always that of her non-human parent's species.
The enduring, educated male half-Angel hunter. He has a lean build. His wardrobe is professional. He body is one half human - one half taking after his non-human ancestor.
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