I have been looking for a monstergirl picture I have seen in the past, it looks like a centaur, but the instead of most of a horse bellow the waist, there is a manticore. Also there is a giant pair of jaws at the waist. If you have it I would like it to be put up.
- The wiki is not for /r/equesting images. I suggest you try elsewhere. --Dr. Thompson 13:19, 4 February 2013 (UTC)
I have checked elsewhere, if you have somewhere in mind, let me know. Besides this is a talk page, not an article, I don't see how its a big deal.
Posted earlier that the "Everyday Monstergirls" manga had beaten Bleach and Attack on Titan in the NY Times bestseller list for manga. I have the evidence here. What am I missing? --184.108.40.206 17:39, 31 October 2013 (UTC)
I don't see how Monstergirls is any different from the Heresy known as Furries. This page just comes across as hypocritical to me. Could anyone explain how this is any different? --ilniaj
- > Implying cognitive dissonance on a massive scale isn't the foundation of 4chan.
- --Petro (talk) 04:09, 30 December 2013 (UTC)
- Presentation, and the fact monstergirl fans don't hold conventions and/or generally force their fetish on the unsuspecting general public. It's a paradox you're better off ignoring unless you like starting flamewars.--Newerfag (talk) 04:01, 30 December 2013 (UTC)
- It's difficult to explain in words- basically, it's clear that they're more human than not, as opposed to being an animal with humanlike features. Just don't think about it so much. --Newerfag (talk) 04:53, 30 December 2013 (UTC)
Thanks. I was hoping for my question to be answered here instead of having to go to 4chan where considerably more rage can be sent towards me. ilniaj
- (another attempt) Monster type-of girls (or boys), instead of animals anthropomorphized. The former would be realized as beautiful person in cosplay, the latter is a theme-park or sports mascot with added tits. There's a bit of the paradox of art genres, where hard criteria is nearly impossible, but "you know it when you see it." --NotBrandX (talk) 15:01, 31 December 2013 (UTC)
It's a far overdone meme, and really should be used only sparingly outside of Warhammer 40k pages. Let's keep it off this one and as many others as possible. --Thannak (talk) 04:43, 15 December 2014 (UTC)
Oh, My Sweet Alien
Found this recently. http://www.mangahere.co/manga/yome_ga_kore_na_monde/c001.1/ Maybe deserves a mention along with Life With Monstergirls as the xeno equivalent. Or perhaps a separate "monstergirl media" page listing things with inter-species Harkness approved romance. Spice and Wolf and Mass Effect come straight to mind of course.
Is this valid for this wiki?
So, I love Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition, I love monstergirls, the two seem to go together like chocolate and peanut butter. So, I'm currently working on a 5e D&D setting literally based on "what if all the demihumans and monstrous humanoids and other select monsters were sexy monstergirls?" without, hopefully, pushing it into full-on magical realm territory. This setting, "Dungeons & Monstergirls" for a placeholder title, is something I'm working at on a non-/tg/ board, but since the anons there by nature don't have the understanding of 5e, I'm hedging my bets and I was wondering if I could start an article here to keep track of the lore, debate & refine crunch, and generally get shit done for it?
Let me emphasize first of all that this is not "The Monster Girl Encyclopedia made playable for 5e". I find KC's lore, as a general rule, uninspiring at best. What this aims to do is simple: make a D&D-themed MG world by reskinning (changing the fluff for) the standard demihuman races as monstergirls (so, mechanically, there's no difference between a D&D Mountain Dwarf and a D&MG one, but fluff is a different matter) and creating new demihuman races that fit the more iconic MG roles. A 5e lamia or catgirl, playable harpy/slime/gnoll, stuff like that.
I just don't know if this falls under 1d4chan's auspices or not, hence why I'm asking before doing.
- Speaking as someone who spends a lot of time here and almost none on /tg/: post details on /tg/ first. See what people think of it. If it gets some traction and praise, make a "Dungeons & Monstergirls" page with some images and/or rules on this wiki. I wish you the best of luck. And, hey, if nothing comes of it, post a link here. I'm interested. --SpectralTime (talk) 20:11, 30 January 2016 (UTC)
- Well, I made the thread on /tg/; 45113197 and so far, the answer seems to be "yes, it's /tg/". But it's kind of starting to derail itself into an argument about the necessity of including monsterboys. So if anyone else here wants to chime in on whether or not this has legitimacy here - and considering some of the other articles here, especially in Setting, I figure it does - I would really appreciate it 220.127.116.11 20:47, 30 January 2016 (UTC)
- That wholly depends on what kind of stuff you wrote, its quality, where it's currently at and with what intent you wrote it. - Biggus Berrus (talk) 21:09, 26 October 2017 (UTC)
- PROMOTIONS, Fapfics, bondage, and normal vanilla kind too, try it here, see if its ok to post my profile stories from Literotica on the main mage. Saltyman's salty fapfics --SaltyMan (talk) 21:21, 26 October 2017 (UTC)
- I see. In that case I'd either make a setting out of it with the matching namespace, or add it to /tg/'s Smut Index. - Biggus Berrus (talk) 23:17, 26 October 2017 (UTC)
- The smut index page has been obsolete for a while. My advice is to post it on the /trash/ writethead (the one called "Write faggotry thread"), it's where the folks (like me) ended up posting their stuff to after we got kicked off of /d/. They've always been starved for content so you'll have a guaranteed audience. With any luck, you might even find me on there. --Newerfag (talk) 23:30, 26 October 2017 (UTC)
I have noticed that the gallery contains things that are decidedly not Monstergirls at all, IllithidProstitute, UndeadWaifu, Thri-keen fire, Rule63 Doomgirl and Revenants, Mantisgirl 1, Fem, Sexy Rust Monster, Koboldette and Doing it Wrong. Would recommend putting them elsewhere.
- There's been a few attempts at editing out those, including the furry images, but they've always been reverted. H and D label them as furries and the TG page on here even labels them as a subgroup of furry. But "they've always been there", so I'm guessing they're here to stay. --SeñorMango (talk) 23:21, 28 September 2020 (UTC)