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20th Aug '16 6:40:02 PM BattleMaster
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* The ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' has saurials (several breeds).

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** The ''almost'' comprehensive list of reptilian humanoids that have appeared at some point or another in at least one D&D setting: lizardmen/folk, kobolds, trogloydytes, saurials, cay-men, gator men, chameleon men, yuan-ti, draconians, braxats, asheratis, dragonkin (''another'' humanoid dragon race), firenewts, pterafolk (humanoid pterodactyls), khaastas, ophidians, sarkrith, khumats (humanoid crocodiles), scaled stalkers, and dragonborn (yet ''another'' humanoid dragon race)...Almost all the above races where created by the Sarrukh, the Reptilian [[{{Precursor}} Creator Race]], for one purpose or the other).
* The ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' has saurials [[EverythingsBeterWithDinosaurs saurials]] (several breeds).



* ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' has draconians, as mentioned above. It also has lizardmen/folk, kobolds, trogloydytes, saurials, cay-men, gator men, chameleon men, yuan-ti and draconians and MORE! There's about '''TEN''' more types of lizard men described in various other sourcebooks. ''Monster Manual II's'' got "braxats", ''Monsters of Faerun's'' got the "asheratis", "dragonkin" (''another'' humanoid dragon race), "firenewts" and the "pterafolk" (humanoid pterodactyls); the ''Fiend Folio's'' got the "khaastas", "ophidians" and "sarkrith"; the ''Miniatures Handbook'' has got "khumats" (humanoid crocodiles) and "scaled stalkers", ''Races of the Dragon'' and 4th Edition have got the "dragonborn" (yet ''another'' humanoid dragon race)...Almost all the above races where created by the Sarrukh, the Reptilian [[{{Precursor}} Creator Race]], for one purpose or the other)
20th Aug '16 5:29:21 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Dragonlance}}'' has draconians, as mentioned above. It also has lizardmen/folk, kobolds, trogloydytes, saurials, cay-men, gator men, chameleon men, yuan-ti and draconians and MORE! There's about '''TEN''' more types of lizard men described in various other sourcebooks. ''Monster Manual II's'' got "braxats", ''Monsters of Faerun's'' got the "asheratis", "dragonkin" (''another'' humanoid dragon race), "firenewts" and the "pterafolk" (humanoid pterodactyls); the ''Fiend Folio's'' got the "khaastas", "ophidians" and "sarkrith"; the ''Miniatures Handbook'' has got "khumats" (humanoid crocodiles) and "scaled stalkers", ''Races of the Dragon'' and 4th Edition have got the "dragonborn" (yet ''another'' humanoid dragon race)...Almost all the above races where created by the Sarrukh, the Reptilian [[{{Precursor}} Creator Race]], for one purpose or the other)

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* ''{{Dragonlance}}'' ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' has draconians, as mentioned above. It also has lizardmen/folk, kobolds, trogloydytes, saurials, cay-men, gator men, chameleon men, yuan-ti and draconians and MORE! There's about '''TEN''' more types of lizard men described in various other sourcebooks. ''Monster Manual II's'' got "braxats", ''Monsters of Faerun's'' got the "asheratis", "dragonkin" (''another'' humanoid dragon race), "firenewts" and the "pterafolk" (humanoid pterodactyls); the ''Fiend Folio's'' got the "khaastas", "ophidians" and "sarkrith"; the ''Miniatures Handbook'' has got "khumats" (humanoid crocodiles) and "scaled stalkers", ''Races of the Dragon'' and 4th Edition have got the "dragonborn" (yet ''another'' humanoid dragon race)...Almost all the above races where created by the Sarrukh, the Reptilian [[{{Precursor}} Creator Race]], for one purpose or the other)
9th Aug '16 4:17:58 AM Ripburger
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* ''VideoGame/XCom: Terror From the Deep'' has two examples: the Gillmen and the Tasoths. The Gillmen are an evolutionary offshoot of the human race that had, presumably, went extinct at the time mammals became dominant, but were somehow preserved and enslaved by the aliens. The Tasoths are creatures that look like lizardmen, but are in fact organic androids manufactured by the aliens.

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* ''VideoGame/XCom: Terror From the Deep'' ''VideoGame/XCOMTerrorFromTheDeep'' has two examples: the Gillmen and the Tasoths. The Gillmen are an evolutionary offshoot of the human race that had, presumably, went extinct at the time mammals became dominant, but were somehow preserved and enslaved by the aliens. The Tasoths are creatures that look like lizardmen, but are in fact organic androids manufactured by the aliens.
5th Aug '16 5:45:45 AM hoodiecrow
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* In the Glorantha setting for ''TabletopGame/RuneQuest'', dragonewts. Not evil or excessively hostile, but very alien in mindset and unable to speak human languages without surgery.
30th Jul '16 4:49:06 PM nombretomado
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* DarkSun doesn't have lizardfolk [[spoiler: because they were wiped out, except those at the Last Sea]]. It has ssurans instead, who look quite similar (and in the 4th Edition, are identical).

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* DarkSun TabletopGame/DarkSun doesn't have lizardfolk [[spoiler: because they were wiped out, except those at the Last Sea]]. It has ssurans instead, who look quite similar (and in the 4th Edition, are identical).
29th Jul '16 4:26:29 PM Csann
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* ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'': Lizardmen became vassals of Ainz Ooal Gown after impressing his guardian Cocytus in battle.
12th Jul '16 8:47:33 AM WillKeaton
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* Councilman Shuk in ''Literature/{{Play Places}}''[[note]] who is not crocodilian but alligatorian because of his protruding teeth[[/note]].

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* Councilman Shuk in ''Literature/{{Play Places}}''[[note]] who Places}}.''[[note]]Who is not crocodilian but alligatorian because of his protruding teeth[[/note]].teeth.[[/note]]
12th Jul '16 8:46:54 AM WillKeaton
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** At one extreme are the giant, nonsentient lizards (Dewbacks, Krayt Dragons, and the like), and at the other (in the ExpandedUniverse, at least) are the Falleen, who appear to be green-skinned humans except for their long claws and spinal ridges (and they even have hair!).

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** At one extreme are the giant, nonsentient lizards (Dewbacks, Krayt Dragons, and the like), and at the other (in the ExpandedUniverse, at least) are the Falleen, who appear to be green-skinned humans except for their long claws and spinal ridges (and they ridges. (They even have hair!).hair!)
12th Jul '16 8:46:08 AM WillKeaton
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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'': Killer Croc ''used'' to be just a big strong guy with a skin condition, but he's become more lizard-like over time. He was specifically mutated with a virus by Hush and [[spoiler:the Riddler]] to make him more violent and feral, and less human. By the end of the book it's mentioned he's received the antidote but it ''didn't work''; after War Games, he's more feral than ever and a scientist reveals (shortly before Croc eats her) that there's no way to undo it.

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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'': Killer Croc ''used'' to be just a big strong guy with a skin condition, but he's become more lizard-like over time. He was specifically mutated with a virus by Hush and [[spoiler:the Riddler]] to make him more violent and feral, and less human. By the end of the book it's mentioned he's received the antidote but it ''didn't work''; after work.'' After War Games, he's more feral than ever and a scientist reveals (shortly before Croc eats her) that there's no way to undo it.
11th Jul '16 2:59:31 PM CptnLhurgoyf
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** Before the Lizardmen, there were the Fimir, an early attempt to create a race unique to the ''Warhammer'' universe who were essentially one-eyed lizardfolk. They were never a popular army and quickly faded into obscurity.
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