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15th Apr '17 2:41:26 PM Zaptech
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** Maybe, but remember half-orc/half-elf are still taboo (strange thing since orc and elf in D&D are from Tolkien, who described orcs as tainted elves...).
8th Apr '17 7:38:28 AM ironballs16
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* Then there is the tauric template. Not happy with centaurs? Pick a humanoid and a creature with four or more legs and [[HybridMonster mash 'em up]]. Just try not to think about how they came to be. (Thankfully, the answer is usually "magic".)

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* Then there is the tauric template. Not happy with centaurs? Pick a humanoid and a creature with four or more legs and [[HybridMonster mash 'em up]]. Just try not to think about how they came to be. (Thankfully, [[AWizardDidIt the answer is usually "magic"."magic"]].)
31st Dec '16 12:29:59 PM nombretomado
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* The changeling race, from the {{Eberron}} campaign setting of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', are theorized to be descended from the viable offspring of humans and dopplegangers coupling, though this is unconfirmed (various factions have their own varying theories about why, exactly, changelings exist).

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* The changeling race, from the {{Eberron}} TabletopGame/{{Eberron}} campaign setting of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', are theorized to be descended from the viable offspring of humans and dopplegangers coupling, though this is unconfirmed (various factions have their own varying theories about why, exactly, changelings exist).
26th Sep '16 9:43:46 AM Morgenthaler
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*** Night hags, according to DragonMagazine, are different in that their daughters are normal humans (if perhaps with a talent for magic). They need to perform a ritual on them before they enter puberty to transform them into more nighthags.

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*** Night hags, according to DragonMagazine, Magazine/DragonMagazine, are different in that their daughters are normal humans (if perhaps with a talent for magic). They need to perform a ritual on them before they enter puberty to transform them into more nighthags.
26th Sep '16 9:43:16 AM Morgenthaler
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26th Sep '16 9:43:00 AM Morgenthaler
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*** One DragonMagazine article also mentions, as part of an article on magic items, a grisly fetish made from the ShrunkenHead of a green hag who fell in sincere and reciprocated love with an evil human ranger, only to be captured, have her MouthStitchedShut, and be forced to watch as her sisters tortured him to death out of jealousy, after which they beheaded her.

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*** One DragonMagazine Magazine/DragonMagazine article also mentions, as part of an article on magic items, a grisly fetish made from the ShrunkenHead of a green hag who fell in sincere and reciprocated love with an evil human ranger, only to be captured, have her MouthStitchedShut, and be forced to watch as her sisters tortured him to death out of jealousy, after which they beheaded her.
26th Sep '16 9:31:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* Elf/dragon hybrids, although perfectly feasible (with shapechanging assistance) under 3E rules, are such an unthinkable taboo to both species in the {{Eberron}} setting that producing one got the Death-dragonmarked elven lineage of Vol exterminated. The hybrid still exists, but only as a lich.
* {{Planescape}} presented a forerunner of third edition's half-dragons: the Duthka'gith (descended from an other-dimensional race called the githyanki and their occasional red dragon allies.)
* According to DragonMagazine #385, human royals have been known to accept [[FantasticSlur Glee-Born]], dragonborn with a more jovial, fun-loving nature than is normal for their taciturn race, as courtesans. Dragonborn, by the by, are humanoid in form, but have four fingers and three toes to a hand/foot (all of which are tipped with big, but blunt, claws), have scales for skin, "dreadlocks" for hair (actually a specialized form of scale), blunt-muzzled reptilian heads, fin-like ears, and grow close to seven feet tall. And typically have physically proportions like dwarves... meaning that some dragonborn women are bigger and buffer than most human ''men''. Of course, there are still relatively slender and feminine dragonborn, but still.

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* Elf/dragon hybrids, although perfectly feasible (with shapechanging assistance) under 3E rules, are such an unthinkable taboo to both species in the {{Eberron}} ''TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}'' setting that producing one got the Death-dragonmarked elven lineage of Vol exterminated. The hybrid still exists, but only as a lich.
* {{Planescape}} ''TabletopGame/{{Planescape}}'' presented a forerunner of third edition's half-dragons: the Duthka'gith (descended from an other-dimensional race called the githyanki and their occasional red dragon allies.)
* According to DragonMagazine Magazine/DragonMagazine #385, human royals have been known to accept [[FantasticSlur Glee-Born]], dragonborn with a more jovial, fun-loving nature than is normal for their taciturn race, as courtesans. Dragonborn, by the by, are humanoid in form, but have four fingers and three toes to a hand/foot (all of which are tipped with big, but blunt, claws), have scales for skin, "dreadlocks" for hair (actually a specialized form of scale), blunt-muzzled reptilian heads, fin-like ears, and grow close to seven feet tall. And typically have physically proportions like dwarves... meaning that some dragonborn women are bigger and buffer than most human ''men''. Of course, there are still relatively slender and feminine dragonborn, but still.
20th Aug '16 9:57:05 AM nombretomado
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* While it doesn't get a lot of mention, the novels for the {{Dragonlance}} setting admit outright that humans can cross-breed with just about any of the humanoid races. Not only is a half-elf one of the main characters of the first trilogy, but several mentions have been made of half-kender, and at least one half-ogre, half-dwarf, half-goblin and half-gnome has each turned up over the course of the novels.

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* While it doesn't get a lot of mention, the novels for the {{Dragonlance}} Literature/{{Dragonlance}} setting admit outright that humans can cross-breed with just about any of the humanoid races. Not only is a half-elf one of the main characters of the first trilogy, but several mentions have been made of half-kender, and at least one half-ogre, half-dwarf, half-goblin and half-gnome has each turned up over the course of the novels.
1st Sep '15 3:04:13 PM BlackSunNocturne
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** Lurkers are the result of a gnome trying to shadow walk through a cloaker, or the children of such accidents.
1st Sep '15 1:58:38 PM BlackSunNocturne
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** Half-gnolls, born of similar situations as the better-known half-orcs. Sterile, thankfully.[[note]]If you need an idea of what they look like, the Shriek of the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series look fairly similar, just less hairy.[[/note]]

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** Half-gnolls, born of similar situations as the better-known half-orcs. Sterile, thankfully.[[note]]If you need an idea of what they look like, the Shriek breed of Darkspawn of the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series look fairly similar, just less hairy.[[/note]]
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