What is the most attractive non-human race?
For all of you fantasy & sci-fi buffs out there ~ what is the most attractive non-human race in your opinion & why?
It's a toss up for me between the Navi & Elves
James Cameron certainly created a beautiful "reality" in his Alpha Centauri moon world. Of the fictional races, I like the Navi, but I also liked the Tymbrimi of David Brin's "Uplift" universe.
But looking at reality, perhaps the most "beautiful" non-human race were the Neanderthals -- the "daughters of men" of Genesis 6. They were so "fetching" and "hot" that human males wanted to tie the knot. But this betrayed God's plan for us. Why? Because Neanderthals and their hybrid offspring did not have the mental capacity to build civilization. Their lesser brains could only think of selfish things continuously. They couldn't fathom things like forgiveness and inspiration. They would never be able to understand our spiritual nature which needs nurturing and awakening. And that's why God, in His wisdom, chose to wipe out a crop of Homo sapiens along with the Neanderthals, so that His invisible children would have a chance at awakening.
Puppies....and since that answer is too short according to the HP gizmo...puppies, puppies, Beagles, Beagle puppies...
The rat in the movie ratatouille. The cute facial feeling when he is afraid, the cunning look when he makes the soup, afraid and sad when the human character tries to throw him in river
I really don't know. Maybe dogs and cats since they are pretty much domesticated and listen to you depending on the cat or dog you are dealing with.
It is really a question of questions , I would sure to choose white pigeon.
Interesting question - I will have to go with Time Lords from Doctor Who!
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