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Mutant-Humans

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Mutant-Humans are one of the races in Mutant Football League.

About the Race[edit | edit source]

Description from the Official Game Manual:

Mutated humans are survivors of Monsatan’s dreaded super plague outbreak, which ravaged the planet over a centuries ago. Mutant-humans have finally been officially allowed back into the league after years of debate as to whether or not they were tough enough to play in the league. For over a thousand years, they were viewed as ancient beings that weren’t strong enough to handle the intensity of the MFL, remnants of an era long passed. But after years of cloning and advancements in bio-engineering they have made a come back. Savagely violent, but smart by nature, they were only on display in the finest zoos and museums until 10 years ago, when they revolted, broke out of the zoos, and organized protests in every MFL city for the right to play in the league. Strangely enough, they didn’t have any other demands. The owners didn’t listen to their requests, so the mutant-humans organized sitins at all of the owners’ favorite bars, restaurants, and brothels. They were allowed into the league soon after. They are solid, dependable players that are neither great nor terrible at any specific skill, evenly balanced across all ratings, and able to play every position.

Recently, a second breed of Mutant-Human, based on a different race, has been found and recruited into MFL teams.

Quirks

- Jack of all trades

- Master of none

Notable All-Stars[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The description of the race is similar to the plot of the Planet of the Apes film series and the African-American civil rights movement, which lasted from 1954-1968.
  • Mutant-Humans 2 have coherent dialogue while speaking. They also bear a strong resemblance to the DC Comics hero Cyborg.