A battle-scarred minotaur.
The Atlantean ambassador to Athens.
Some kind of polyp I think, I hadn't slept the night before.
Oh how the mighty have fallen!
You know that polyp earlier? This is either a parasite of it or it's adult form.
A biomechanic security system employed by rich industrialists in the 17th century.
Some mages use their power to make life easier for themselves and their peers, some learn and practice energy manipulation in search of some philosophical perfection, and still others do whatever they want until they eventually go too far and get killed by their creations.
One would think someone would be regulating the creation of new life, but whatever.
An odd race of fungus in which the cap is the male while the "feet" are his "sisters". They reproduce by walking on the spores of another individual, though the low chance of fertilization necessitates a certain amount of exploration. Because of this unusual biology, some of the most powerful Mind mages have been manshrooms.
A random mollusk wearing the corpse of a manshroom as a fashion statement.
Some failed experiment in Body magic, doomed to die of starvation as it is unable to move.
The first lixntix ever.
With so many monsters running around, it makes sense for farmers to guard their crops a little more proactively.
An Atlantean bard, he's actually quite good at reciting Shakespeare.
An Opticallian duelist, he's rather angry at the moment which has in no way affected his eloquent vocabulary.
A Firefighter, these human warriors saw extensive usage in virtually all of the Planar Invasions. (With the exception of the Time plane, which technically never happened.)
The Atlantean empire is not known for their subtility. If they seek to demoralize an army, then they're going to do it with a single being.
An octopus? On land? Don't be daft, my good man! Such ideas are but folly!
Back to you, Molly!
Glublub the Mighty, gladiator turned general of the Atlantean army.
Because ant-men should lead to wasp-men and bee-men.
Desperate times call for hilarious measures.