Monstrous Humans Species in The Virgo Cluster | World Anvil

Monstrous Humans

If humans are the only intelligent species discovered in the Welcome to the Virgo Cluster so far, why would one consider them monstrous? Well, it is because some are considered monstrous and those are the ones that this article concentrates on. While humans are capable of all kinds of good, some are capable of monstrous activities. Those who bring death and despair, pain and suffering are "monstrous humans". They are a small subset of all of humanity in the cluster, but significant enough that they deserve their own entry into the "monsters" of the area.

Basic Information


Humans are bipedal, symmetrical creatures with two legs, two arms, and a head all connected through a torso.

Biological Traits

Humans are typically intellectually mature beginning at age 18. Without anagathics (aging drugs) they typically live to be about 80 years old, although a few reach past 100 years.

Genetics and Reproduction

There are two sexes, male and female, both of which play a signficant part in reproduction

Additional Information

Social Structure

Humans tend to be social in nature, although there are great variations in this observation.

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Humans have spread and inhabited many systems in the Welcome to the Virgo Cluster. Some areas are seeing high growth rates where in other areas the colonies are not successful and they die out or are moved.

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

Humans possess hearing, sight, touch, smell, and taste and some are gifted with psionic powers.

Civilization and Culture

Interspecies Relations and Assumptions

Monstrous Humans tend to berate and enslave fellow humans. There does not seem to be any real rhyme or reason why others are the target of their horrors, the most prevalent theory being that "those who aren't like me" are those that can be attacked or subjugated.
Scientific Name
Homo Sapiens
up to 120 years without anagathics
Average Height
1.8 meters
Average Weight
80 kilograms
Geographic Distribution


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