Top 10 The Fictional Humanoids found in Literature
Many fiction writers created a form of humans from their respective prospectives. They are either superior or inferior to humans, some of them have some kind supernatural abilities or unrealistic body proportions that makes them a different breed.
It is a collection of various notable humanoid species that are featured in text literature such as novels, short stories, and poems but not originating in comics.
Author - J. R. R. Tolkien's
The race of creatures that are used as soldiers in the fantasy writings of J. R. R. Tolkien. In literature they are all present themselves and as their masters, who upset that he hated the fear and service creation. The design and smart devices just to make others hurt and destruction. He is a very dangerous monsters, owner of the most incredible muscle strength than any man on the planet, the animals that green companies.
Author - J. R of Rowling
They have long fingers do not spend too much time in the outside world Goblins and feet, pointed nose, highly intelligent race of small humanoids with dome-shaped head and fair skin. Usually they eat roots, fungi and meat. They are greedy and always look for the treasure of silver and gold. Apart from being extremely intelligent, and skilled metalsmiths.
Author – Christopher Paolini
Boone humans, heat and cold are described as low and stockier than able to withstand both. They are mortal but the average age of 250 years.
He occasionally hilarious and bumbling, but mostly seen as honorable and serious-minded. They also keep the lure of gold, extremely proud and consuming portray some negative features. They are used as noble metal workers, carpenters and stone workers and their main weapon made by the use of swords and axes, shields and mattocks.
Author - H. G. Wells
Eli H. G. Wells novel post-human races have appeared time machine. AD 802.701 years by two different species of humanity is developed in Illinois and Morlocks. They do not perform work other than to feed, play and mate. Being on the Morlocks and the Eloi moonless nights alone to eat, Illinois are afraid of the dark.
Author – Adam Blade
Horse-Man is just like mermaids but instead is a mythical creature of the lower body of a fish and half man, half horse. Half horse body's own supernatural abilities that can run with blazing speed like normal horses faster than humans unmatchable strength and help to beat the guts to fight any enemy are.
The "Beast Quest" are popular by a man known only novel blade Two Horse Man, Tagus the Night horse and Equinus, sprit horse.
5. Shadow hunters
Author – Cassandra clare
Unlike any other humanoid in this list they are from an urban fantasy world. There are many different kinds of shadow hunters each with some kind of special abilities but they are commonly tall, thin and good looking because they never ages physically.
Jace is the main character in the series of six novels The mortal instruments, he is described as muscular with scars across his golden skin. He has blonde hairs and golden eyes like most of the shadow hunters.
Author – J. R. R Tolkien
They live in a fantasy world of Middle-earth. Elves great artistry, representing the man with inner beauty and long life span as well as external. They are natural Immortals € professionals and wounds that would kill a mortal, which can be fine. Their minds through their first year of their body can talk, walk and even more rapid growth than the dance. The young elves leads to faster mental maturity seem much older, by them. Unlike humans, their bodies physically stop aging.
He likes to act like smithwork, sculptures, music and other arts. Are considered equal to men, but women and men are often the skill in the arts. But women can fight like the defend and men.
They are presented as fair graceful and wise man. Their facial features but resembles human hair and pointed ears. He, however, they may die of grief and illness of any kind of weariness enhanced eyesight and immunity of various supernatural abilities.
Author – Christopher Paolini
He is the first humanoid youth of the egg and finally he became a beast called shedding their skin lathrblaka, insects are three stages of life as well. They are large black eyes without pupils and their breathing can put people into a dream-like state.
Ra'zac they are able to communicate complex information to each other, there are social and intelligent. They also can not speak human languages but clearly.They stronger than humans, and can now jump over long distances. The direct sight of the bright lights and are afraid of water, can not use magic. They use different weapons, including daggers, swords, bows and poisoned.
2. Frankenstein’s Monster
Author – Mary Shelley
Literature is perhaps the most popular humanoid dozens of credit based on the novel Frankenstein films of Hollywood. It was created by Dr. Frankenstein from a variety of sources in most parts and organs of the human body stitching. He found life by passing high voltage current through his body that made him indestructible. He has some traits and muscle memory of the men.
He's huge. Exceptionally strong and possess the power that humans can only dream to have. They can also survive on food that can not be digested by humans.
Author – J. R. R Tolkien
It is also known by Halfings Hobbits J. R. R. Tolkien fantasy novels as humanoids generation of Middle-earth. They are very short compared to modern humans, are full grown men 2 to 4 feet tall. They are mostly yellow and green support, wear bright-colored clothes. They are shy, but under certain circumstances nevertheless capable of great courage and amazing feats. The specialist with the slings and throwing stones. They generally do not like to wear a beard can not grow and their feet are covered with curly hair, most shoes hobbits. They are known to live until the age of 130 years or beyond.
The best part about hobbits, they may not completely unrealistic. Scientists have recently discovered that the hobbits could be in real life. Fores hobbits of Indonesia on the island with some of the younger people that lives in 2004. There are some features reassembles. He called them Homo floresiensis.