Species Seed: Mirror Ninja.

Mirror Ninja – Google Docs

Mirror Ninja


Mirror Ninja are very dark blue-skinned humanoids of extra-dimensional origins.  While they’re about the same size as Humans, they typically aren’t as quite bulky.  Their features are regular enough and close enough to those of other humanoid races to be attractive, while still being different enough to not look disturbingly distorted.  Most Mirror Ninja have very dark red-black hair; their men have facial hair. Their eyes and teeth are almost exactly like those of Humans. Mirror Ninja cannot interbreed with any other known race.


Mirror Ninja get their name from their ability to use mirrors as portals from this plane of existence to an adjacent one (rather unsurprisingly called Mirror-space).  Any reflective surface that’s large enough to allow a Mirror Ninja pass through can be used; Mirror Ninja have been observed jumping through puddles, buffed metal surfaces, and sufficiently polished granite.  A Mirror Ninja can bring about thirty pounds or so of gear along; however, living creatures cannot be brought through. Mirror Ninja typically favor wearing loose trousers and hooded tunics of as dark a color as they can manage, mostly to avoid wearing anything reflective.



Species Seed: Vurkolaks.

Vurkolak (Dragova’s Fancy) – Google Docs


Vurkolak (Dragova’s Fancy)

Homo lupus sapiens


Ah, Professor Stanislava Dragova.  Now there was a Mad Scientist who could never catch a break. Not because of her gender, except among the most odious vulgarians; most people are wise not to taunt those who can warp the very laws of Nature themselves.  No, her problem was that she was a crazed biologist working in Bulgaria decades before Mendel’s research was rediscovered.  Certainly if Dragova had known what she was getting wrong, things might have ended up rather differently.



Species Seed: Ant-men.

I spent the entire afternoon on this, and I’m not exactly sure why.

Ant-Men – Google Docs



formica xenosapiens ebrios


Description: six-limbed sapient species standing about three and a half feet tall, in a fully-upright position.  The head resembles a terrestrial ant’s, only facing forward.  The eyes are segmented, typically blue or green in color; dietary habits typically leave an Ant-Man’s eyes in a condition where the capillaries can be clearly seen.


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