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 intuitive, vicious, world-weary female half-Manticore archer. Her wardrobe is severe. Her non-human ancestry isn't obvious, but she has some odd traits hinting at her parentage.
The disloyal, educated male half-Kraken cavalier. He has an overmuscled build. His wardrobe is bizarre. His non-human ancestry is very obvious and not-concealable, but not particuarly disturbing.
The unstable female half-Goblin witch-hunter. She has an athletic build. Her non-human ancestry is very obvious and not-concealable, but not particuarly disturbing.
The intuitive female half-Phoenix berserker with a rival in his/her profession. She has a narrow build. Her body is a mismatched composite of her human and non-human ancestry.
The cunning, antisocial male half-Cyclops necromancer who seems insane. He has a narrow build. He can shapeshift, taking the form of a human, or taking after his non-human ancestor.
The addled male half-Wyvern berserker with a large fortune. He has a lithe build. His wardrobe is unusual. His body is a mismatched composite of his human and non-human ancestry.
The confused male half-Griffon shaman haunted by flashbacks. He appears as an 'humanized' version of his non-human parent, but it is an attractive, not monstrous appearance.
The apathetic, sheltered male half-Tengu witch-hunter. He has a wide-chested build. His wardrobe is mysterious. He appears as an 'humanized' version of his non-human parent, but the result is very disturbing.
The unwise female half-Gargoyle conjurer. She has a leggy build. Her wardrobe is fashionable. Her non-human ancestry is very obvious and not-concealable.
The amiable male half-Phoenix diviner who fears the future. He has a broad-shouldered build. He appears far more non-human than human.
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