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19th Mar '16 6:30:41 AM Hossmeister
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18th Mar '16 10:55:53 AM GothicProphet
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* Jadis, the villain of ''Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe,'' is half-Jinn, half-giant. Her sister is too. Because of this, she is said to be inhumanly beautiful and taller then average.
* In ''Literature/TheDeathGateCycle'', the minor character [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Vasu]] is a hybrid of two rival WitchSpecies, the Patryns and Sartan (though he primarily identifies with - and leads a community of - the Patryns). This is noteworthy because of the five humanoid races in the setting (Sartan, Patryn, human, elf, dwarf) ''no other'' configuration can produce viable hybrids, implying a level of close kinship between the two races that neither would comfortably admit to[[note]]admittedly, they're both HumanSubspecies and are fully aware of that fact, but then, they can't have kids with baseline humans either...[[/note]]. As a practical matter, the main effect is that Vasu isn't very powerful in either race's magic, but is capable of making use of both, making him [[JackOfAllStats a rather versatile mage]].

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* Jadis, the villain of ''Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe,'' is half-Jinn, half-giant. Her sister half-giant, as is too. her sister. Because of this, she is said to be inhumanly beautiful and taller then than average.
* In ''Literature/TheDeathGateCycle'', the minor character [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Vasu]] is a hybrid of two rival WitchSpecies, the Patryns and Sartan (though he primarily identifies with - and leads a community of - the Patryns). This is noteworthy because of the five humanoid races in the setting (Sartan, Patryn, human, elf, dwarf) ''no other'' configuration can produce viable hybrids, implying a level of close kinship between the two races that neither would comfortably admit to[[note]]admittedly, they're both HumanSubspecies and are fully aware of that fact, but then, they can't have kids with baseline humans either...[[/note]]. As a practical matter, the main effect is that Vasu isn't very powerful in either race's magic, but is capable of making use of both, making him [[JackOfAllStats a rather versatile mage]]. \n
13th Jan '16 9:30:00 AM roothorick
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** There are many creature templates in the vein of "half-dragon", "half-fiend", et cetera. The vast majority of these can be applied to most humanoids, even very exotic or monstrous ones, with predictable results. Bonus: if the base creature type is a valid race for a player character, the templated hybrid (usually) is too.
5th Nov '15 9:49:57 AM nombretomado
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* Marvel's {{Thor}} is actually a hybrid of two different species of gods. He's half-Elder God on his mother Gaea's side. This is the reason he's so much stronger than the other Asgardians.

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* Marvel's {{Thor}} [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] is actually a hybrid of two different species of gods. He's half-Elder God on his mother Gaea's side. This is the reason he's so much stronger than the other Asgardians.
24th Oct '15 6:24:11 PM nombretomado
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* On ''TheClevelandShow,'' [[TalkingAnimal Tim the Bear]]'s parents were actually a black bear and a kangaroo, even though he displays no particular kangaroo qualities. This is pretty much just mentioned for a gag.

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* On ''TheClevelandShow,'' ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow,'' [[TalkingAnimal Tim the Bear]]'s parents were actually a black bear and a kangaroo, even though he displays no particular kangaroo qualities. This is pretty much just mentioned for a gag.
25th Sep '15 4:04:19 AM Malitia
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* The Asgardian ruling couple, Odin (Ice Giant and Aesir (main species of Asgard) hybrid) and Freyja/Frigga (Vanir (ruling species of Vanaheim)), has three children: Balder (out of wedlock), Aldrif (or Comicbook/{{Angela|MarvelComics}} if you want) and Laussa. Not to mention Odin's various "conquests" around the realms and the children from those (for example Vidar with an Ice Giantess). That's a TangledFamilyTree that puts the Summers' to shame with children crossing to HeinzHybrid territory very fast.
19th Sep '15 1:45:56 PM nombretomado
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* ''ElfQuest'' has two half elves.

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* ''ElfQuest'' ''ComicBook/ElfQuest'' has two half elves.
6th Sep '15 3:51:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the BooksOfTheRaksura, [[spoiler:the Fell]] abduct and rape members of a closely related species [[spoiler: the Raksura]] to produce hybrids with certain powers. In the first book, the antagonists turn out to be [[spoiler: a Fell flight that includes three hybrids with Raksura queen and mentor powers, and who want to continue the project]]; later in the series, we meet hybrids who were raised by the other parent race and are fairly normal youngsters, although their family is understandably secretive about their presence.

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* In the BooksOfTheRaksura, Literature/BooksOfTheRaksura, [[spoiler:the Fell]] abduct and rape members of a closely related species [[spoiler: the Raksura]] to produce hybrids with certain powers. In the first book, the antagonists turn out to be [[spoiler: a Fell flight that includes three hybrids with Raksura queen and mentor powers, and who want to continue the project]]; later in the series, we meet hybrids who were raised by the other parent race and are fairly normal youngsters, although their family is understandably secretive about their presence.
10th Jul '15 3:09:58 PM tsanth
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** Timmorn Yellow-Eyes was the son of a shape-shifted High One (elf) and a wolf. The conflicting instincts of "immortal shapeshifter" and "mortal being with no concept of past or future" in his heritage nearly drove him mad as seen in [[http://www.elfquest.com/gallery/OnlineComics/TC/TC01/DisplayTC01.html this story]]. By extension his descendants the Wolfriders all have some wolf ancestry as well.

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** Timmorn Yellow-Eyes was the son of a shape-shifted High One (elf) and a wolf. The conflicting instincts of "immortal shapeshifter" and "mortal being with no concept of past or future" in his heritage nearly drove him mad as seen in [[http://www.elfquest.com/gallery/OnlineComics/TC/TC01/DisplayTC01.html [[http://elfquest.com/gallery/OnlineComics/index.php?s=TC/TC01 this story]]. By extension his descendants the Wolfriders all have some wolf ancestry as well.
7th Jul '15 10:17:06 AM nombretomado
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* Benny of ''LookingForGroup'' looks like the usual fantasy image of an orc, though her exact race is unknown. Eventually we get more information on her background: [[spoiler:Her mother is a blue elf, and her father is most likely the minotaur Krunch.]]

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* Benny of ''LookingForGroup'' ''Webcomic/LookingForGroup'' looks like the usual fantasy image of an orc, though her exact race is unknown. Eventually we get more information on her background: [[spoiler:Her mother is a blue elf, and her father is most likely the minotaur Krunch.]]
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