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|members = Sgt. Quartermaine<br>
 
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Beauregarde<br>
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|hobby = Kidnapping and killing people.
 
|hobby = Kidnapping and killing people.
|goals = Kidnap and kill people (formerly).<br>
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|goals = Kidnap and kill people <small>(formerly; possibly succeeded, but then failed)</small>.<br>
Cheer everywhere in Icepeak when Prince Taro arrives (succeeded).
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Cheer everywhere in Icepeak when Prince Taro arrives <small>(succeeded)</small>.<br>
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Assist Lord Nekron.
 
Assist Lord Nekron.
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{{Quote|Get the gangplanks aboard. Move, you scum! We must be well on our way before sunrise.|Beauregarde}}
 
{{Quote|Get the gangplanks aboard. Move, you scum! We must be well on our way before sunrise.|Beauregarde}}
   
The '''Sub-humans''' (also known as '''Subhumans''') are a primitive race of human-like barbarians and supporting antagonists from Ralph Bakshi's 8th animated feature film, ''[[Wikipedia: Fire and Ice (1983 film)|Fire and Ice]]''. This army consists of about 459 barbarians. They are [[Lord Nekron|Nekron]]'s army.
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The '''Sub-humans''' (also sometimes spelled '''Subhumans''') are a primitive race of human-like barbarians and supporting antagonists from Ralph Bakshi's 8th animated feature film ''Fire and Ice''. This army consists of about 459 barbarians. They are [[Lord Nekron|Nekron]]'s army.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
In the beginning of the film, a powerful sorceress named [[Queen Juliana|Juliana]], gives birth to Nekron, an even more powerful being. Nekron is blessed with telekinesis and control over ice. He uses his vast powers and his destructive army of sub-humans to dominate the world, destroying all opposition until only one kingdom remains. Firekeep is ruled by King Jarol, along with his brother named Prince Taro, and his daughter named Teegra, the 15-year-old, beautiful, microkini-wearing, barefoot girl. Their kingdom is located within a volcano that, to this point, has kept Nekron and his forces at bay.
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In the beginning of the film, [[Queen Juliana]] gives birth to the ice tyrant Nekron, an even more powerful being. Nekron is blessed with telekinesis and control over ice. He uses his vast powers and his destructive army of sub-humans to dominate the world, destroying all opposition until only one kingdom remains. Firekeep is ruled by King Jarol, along with his brother named Prince Taro, and his daughter named Teegra, the 15-year-old, beautiful, microkini-wearing, barefoot girl. Their kingdom is located within a volcano that has kept Nekron and his forces at bay.
   
 
Juliana sends a delegation to negotiate a truce between the kingdoms, but the secret goal is for the sub-humans to capture Teegra and bring her to Icepeak. King Jarol and Prince Taro reject the truce and foil an assassination plot, but are unable to stop the sub-humans from capturing Teegra and escaping with her. Nonetheless, Teegra is extremely resourceful and imaginative, so she manages to escape from Nekron and his sub-humans. In the swamps, she eventually meets Larn, the 17-year-old boy and the only surviving warrior from a village that was destroyed by Nekron and his band of sub-humans. Larn and Teegra fall in love and start the journey back to King Jarol's realm, but Teegra is recaptured by the sub-humans after Larn is almost eaten by a giant carnivorous squid (as Larn apparently stabs through its eye with a long spear-like bone).
 
Juliana sends a delegation to negotiate a truce between the kingdoms, but the secret goal is for the sub-humans to capture Teegra and bring her to Icepeak. King Jarol and Prince Taro reject the truce and foil an assassination plot, but are unable to stop the sub-humans from capturing Teegra and escaping with her. Nonetheless, Teegra is extremely resourceful and imaginative, so she manages to escape from Nekron and his sub-humans. In the swamps, she eventually meets Larn, the 17-year-old boy and the only surviving warrior from a village that was destroyed by Nekron and his band of sub-humans. Larn and Teegra fall in love and start the journey back to King Jarol's realm, but Teegra is recaptured by the sub-humans after Larn is almost eaten by a giant carnivorous squid (as Larn apparently stabs through its eye with a long spear-like bone).
   
Larn is revived by Darkwolf, King Jarol's brave and powerful military commander. The two set off to rescue Teegra, not knowing she has already escaped again when the sub-humans were drunk. Teegra is then captured by [[Otwa]] and [[Roleil]] who decides to try and sell her back to the sub-humans. Instead, Roleil is killed by Sgt. Quartermaine (the sergeant of the sub-humans) and Teegra is recaptured by the sub-humans, this time for good. However, Roleil's ghost apparently tells Larn that Teegra has been taken to Nekron's ice kingdom, and he and Darkwolf split up, with Larn journeying to Akatar to find passage to Icepeak.
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Meanwhile, Larn is revived by Darkwolf. The two set off to rescue Teegra, not knowing she has already escaped again when the sub-humans were drunk. Teegra is then captured by [[Otwa]] and [[Roleil]] who decides to try and sell her back to the sub-humans. Instead, Roleil is killed by Sgt. Quartermaine (the sergeant of the sub-humans) and Teegra is recaptured by the sub-humans, this time for good. However, Roleil's ghost apparently tells Larn that Teegra has been taken to Nekron's ice kingdom, and he and Darkwolf split up, with Larn journeying to Akatar to find passage to Icepeak.
   
Once he arrives in the port, Larn overhears Taro stating that he is launching a rescue mission to Icepeak. Larn stows away on Taro's ship. Meanwhile, Teegra agrees to marry Nekron if it will bring peace to the kingdoms, but Nekron rejects her, saying that he loves war and finds Teegra disgusting. She is thrown into an ice pit to die by the sub-humans. When Taro arrives, he and his delegation attempt to negotiate with Nekron, who rejects their pleas. Taro and his men occasionally attack Nekron, but Nekron uses his telekinetic powers to force Taro to kill his delegation and himself. Larn then launches a sneak attack and manages to wound Nekron before he is beaten by Nekron's telekinesis.
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Once he arrives in the port, Larn overhears Taro stating that he is launching a rescue mission to Icepeak. Larn stows away on Taro's ship. Meanwhile, Teegra agrees to marry Nekron if it will bring peace to the kingdoms, but Nekron rejects her, saying that he loves war and finds Teegra disgusting. She is then thrown into an ice pit to die by the sub-humans. When Taro arrives, he and his delegation attempt to negotiate with Nekron, who rejects their pleas. Taro and his men occasionally attack Nekron, but Nekron uses his telekinetic powers to force Taro to kill his delegation and himself. Larn then launches a sneak attack and manages to wound Nekron before he is beaten by Nekron's telekinesis.
   
 
Ultimately, Larn is rescued by Darkwolf after he is hunted by Nekron and his sub-humans in Icepeak and the two return to Firekeep. Meanwhile, Nekron builds a giant ice fortress to launch a final attack on Firekeep.
 
Ultimately, Larn is rescued by Darkwolf after he is hunted by Nekron and his sub-humans in Icepeak and the two return to Firekeep. Meanwhile, Nekron builds a giant ice fortress to launch a final attack on Firekeep.
   
Darkwolf and Larn lead an attack on the ice fortress while flying on the Dragonhawks. They are the only two who successfully penetrate the ice fortress's defenses. Larn runs off to rescue Teegra and Darkwolf takes on Nekron. Darkwolf is almost defeated, but finally manages to overcome Nekron's telekinetic powers and kills him. Meanwhile, King Jarol releases a wave of lava from the volcano that causes Icepeak to crumble, killing Juliana.
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Darkwolf and Larn lead an attack on the ice fortress while flying on the Dragonhawks. They are the only two who successfully penetrate the ice fortress' defenses. Larn runs off to rescue Teegra and Darkwolf takes on Nekron. Darkwolf is almost defeated but finally manages to overcome Nekron's telekinetic powers and kills him. Meanwhile, King Jarol releases a wave of lava from Firekeep that causes Icepeak to crumble, killing Juliana and the sub-humans in the process.
   
 
Larn and Teegra just escape in time and kiss. Larn sees Aggravator and goes to kill him, but Teegra stops him, saying they need to eliminate violence in the world, now that Firekeep reigns supreme. They find out that Darkwolf also survived, and Larn and Teegra return to Firekeep, ready to help build a peaceful and nonviolent future.
 
Larn and Teegra just escape in time and kiss. Larn sees Aggravator and goes to kill him, but Teegra stops him, saying they need to eliminate violence in the world, now that Firekeep reigns supreme. They find out that Darkwolf also survived, and Larn and Teegra return to Firekeep, ready to help build a peaceful and nonviolent future.
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
The Sub-humans are known to be aggressive, sadistic and cunning. They are able to kill or kidnap people, such as Larn, Teegra, and Darkwolf. They are also extremely fond of using dangerous weapons (such as spears, blades, knives, clubs, axes, daggers, maces, bows or anything else) for killing. Sometimes, the Sub-humans can also be very loyal, ethical, and trustworthy toward Captain Humanus and Sgt. Quartermaine. Despite their destructive nature, they are also shown to be noticeably enthusiastic when they cheer everywhere in Icepeak when Prince Taro arrives.
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The Sub-humans are known to be cunning, sadistic and aggressive. They are portrayed as barbarous warriors who like to kill or kidnap people (such as Larn, Teegra, Darkwolf, and anybody else). They also have a fondness of using dangerous weapons (such as spears, blades, knives, clubs, axes, daggers, maces, bows or anything else) for killing. Sometimes, the Sub-humans can also be very loyal, ethical and trustworthy toward Captain Humanus and Sgt. Quartermaine. Despite their savage and destructive nature, they are also shown to be noticeably happy and enthusiastic when they cheer everywhere in Icepeak when Prince Taro arrives. Also, they can occasionally be terrified when King Jarol releases a wave of lava from Firekeep to causes Icepeak to crumble.
   
==Physical Appearance==
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==Appearance==
The Sub-humans are a race of barefoot, dark brownish-tan apes with different black hair and they wear different colored loincloths (either black or light brown).
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The Sub-humans are a race of barefoot, dark brownish-tan humanoid apes with different black hair and they wear different colored loincloths (either black or light brown).
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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Sub-humans climbing.png|The Sub-humans climbing up the wall outside of Firekeep.
 
Sub-humans climbing.png|The Sub-humans climbing up the wall outside of Firekeep.
 
Sub-humans taking Teegra.jpg|The Sub-humans taking Teegra to the water.
 
Sub-humans taking Teegra.jpg|The Sub-humans taking Teegra to the water.
7009288827_51576f74e6.jpg|Shorthair screaming in terror with a killer louse on his arm before Captain Humanus stabs it.
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Subhuman with a louse.jpg|Shorthair screaming in terror with a killer louse on his arm before Captain Humanus stabs it.
Giant_lizard.jpeg|The Sub-humans attacked by the giant lizard.
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Giant lizard.jpeg|The Sub-humans attacked by the giant lizard.
 
Teegra and Clurox.jpg|Clurox pushing Teegra.
 
Teegra and Clurox.jpg|Clurox pushing Teegra.
 
Sub-humans.jpg|The Sub-humans attacking Larn and Darkwolf.
 
Sub-humans.jpg|The Sub-humans attacking Larn and Darkwolf.
 
Sgt. Quartermaine stabbing Roleil to death.png|Sgt. Quartermaine stabbing Roleil to death.
 
Sgt. Quartermaine stabbing Roleil to death.png|Sgt. Quartermaine stabbing Roleil to death.
 
Sub-humans cheering in Icepeak.jpg|The Sub-humans cheering everywhere in Icepeak when Prince Taro arrives.
 
Sub-humans cheering in Icepeak.jpg|The Sub-humans cheering everywhere in Icepeak when Prince Taro arrives.
Esperanza_throwing_curses.png|Esperanza throwing curses.
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Esperanza throwing curses.png|Esperanza throwing curses.
 
Cheering in Icepeak.png|The Sub-humans continuing to cheer everywhere in Icepeak when Prince Taro arrives.
 
Cheering in Icepeak.png|The Sub-humans continuing to cheer everywhere in Icepeak when Prince Taro arrives.
Sub-humans_restraining_Larn.png|The Sub-humans restraining Larn.
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Sub-humans restraining Larn.png|The Sub-humans restraining Larn.
Sub-humans_throwing_rocks.png|The Sub-humans ready to throw rocks.
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Sub-humans throwing rocks.png|The Sub-humans ready to throw rocks.
Sub-humans_with_bows_and_arrows.png|The Sub-humans ready to shoot arrows.
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Sub-humans with bows and arrows.png|The Sub-humans ready to shoot arrows.
 
Defeat of the Sub-humans.png|The Sub-humans' defeat.
 
Defeat of the Sub-humans.png|The Sub-humans' defeat.
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*They are voiced by [[Wikipedia: Ray Oliver|Ray Oliver]], [[Wikipedia: Vincent Price|Vincent Price]], [[Wikipedia: Nathan Purdee|Nathan Purdee]], [[Wikipedia:Jim Ward (voice actor)|Jim Ward]], [[Wikipedia: Le Tari|Le Tari]], [[Wikipedia: Tim Curry|Tim Curry]], [[Wikipedia: Joe Silver|Joe Silver]], [[Wikipedia: Paul Eiding|Paul Eiding]], and [[Wikipedia: Hans Howes|Hans Howes]].
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*They were voiced by Ray Oliver, the late Vincent Price, Nathan Purdee, the late James Almanzar, the late Le Tari, the late Walker Edmiston, the late Wayne Allwine, the late Barry White, Jack Laing, Peter Renaday, Larry Storch, Steve Hale, Tim Curry, Frank Ashmore, Phil Nibbelink, the late George Lindsey, the late Henry Gibson, the late Ken Curtis, Pat Fraley, Anthony Daniels, the late William Squire, Bernard Cribbins, the late Brian Bedford, the late Mel Blanc, the late Joe Silver, David McCharen, the late Harry Morgan, the late John Stephenson, the late Don Messick, the late Bob Holt, the late Paul Frees, the late Mickey Rooney, the late Leonard Stone, the late Michael Rye, the late Harvey Atkin, the late Charles Nelson Reilly, Michael Lee Gogin, the late Orson Welles, Val Bettin, Alan Koss, the late Hans Howes, and Holly Frazetta.
*They share similarities with the Native American Warriors from Disney's 1995 animated film, ''[[Wikipedia: Pocahontas (1995 film)|Pocahontas]]''.
 
*They also share similarities with the [[Cavemen (Turok: Son of Stone)|Cavemen]] from the 2008 animated film, ''[[Wikipedia: Turok: Son of Stone (film)|Turok: Son of Stone]]''.
 
**They are also a primitive race of human-like barbarians.
 
*They also share similarities with the [[Horned King's Army]] from Disney's 1985 animated fantasy film, ''[[Wikipedia: The Black Cauldron (film)|The Black Cauldron]]''.
 
**They are also a race of barbarians.
 
**They are also led by the tyrants.
 
**They also wield axes, spears, swords, and knives.
 
 
*Beauregarde is the only known sub-human to survive.
 
*Beauregarde is the only known sub-human to survive.
 
*Esperanza is the only known female sub-human.
 
*Esperanza is the only known female sub-human.
 
*Beauregarde is the only known obese sub-human.
 
*Beauregarde is the only known obese sub-human.
*Despite being Nekron's minions, they aren't the secondary antagonists, [[Queen Juliana]] is.
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*Despite being Nekron's minions, they are not the secondary antagonists, Queen Juliana is.
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Revision as of 14:50, March 29, 2020

Get the gangplanks aboard. Move, you scum! We must be well on our way before sunrise.
~ Beauregarde

The Sub-humans (also sometimes spelled Subhumans) are a primitive race of human-like barbarians and supporting antagonists from Ralph Bakshi's 8th animated feature film Fire and Ice. This army consists of about 459 barbarians. They are Nekron's army.

History

In the beginning of the film, Queen Juliana gives birth to the ice tyrant Nekron, an even more powerful being. Nekron is blessed with telekinesis and control over ice. He uses his vast powers and his destructive army of sub-humans to dominate the world, destroying all opposition until only one kingdom remains. Firekeep is ruled by King Jarol, along with his brother named Prince Taro, and his daughter named Teegra, the 15-year-old, beautiful, microkini-wearing, barefoot girl. Their kingdom is located within a volcano that has kept Nekron and his forces at bay.

Juliana sends a delegation to negotiate a truce between the kingdoms, but the secret goal is for the sub-humans to capture Teegra and bring her to Icepeak. King Jarol and Prince Taro reject the truce and foil an assassination plot, but are unable to stop the sub-humans from capturing Teegra and escaping with her. Nonetheless, Teegra is extremely resourceful and imaginative, so she manages to escape from Nekron and his sub-humans. In the swamps, she eventually meets Larn, the 17-year-old boy and the only surviving warrior from a village that was destroyed by Nekron and his band of sub-humans. Larn and Teegra fall in love and start the journey back to King Jarol's realm, but Teegra is recaptured by the sub-humans after Larn is almost eaten by a giant carnivorous squid (as Larn apparently stabs through its eye with a long spear-like bone).

Meanwhile, Larn is revived by Darkwolf. The two set off to rescue Teegra, not knowing she has already escaped again when the sub-humans were drunk. Teegra is then captured by Otwa and Roleil who decides to try and sell her back to the sub-humans. Instead, Roleil is killed by Sgt. Quartermaine (the sergeant of the sub-humans) and Teegra is recaptured by the sub-humans, this time for good. However, Roleil's ghost apparently tells Larn that Teegra has been taken to Nekron's ice kingdom, and he and Darkwolf split up, with Larn journeying to Akatar to find passage to Icepeak.

Once he arrives in the port, Larn overhears Taro stating that he is launching a rescue mission to Icepeak. Larn stows away on Taro's ship. Meanwhile, Teegra agrees to marry Nekron if it will bring peace to the kingdoms, but Nekron rejects her, saying that he loves war and finds Teegra disgusting. She is then thrown into an ice pit to die by the sub-humans. When Taro arrives, he and his delegation attempt to negotiate with Nekron, who rejects their pleas. Taro and his men occasionally attack Nekron, but Nekron uses his telekinetic powers to force Taro to kill his delegation and himself. Larn then launches a sneak attack and manages to wound Nekron before he is beaten by Nekron's telekinesis.

Ultimately, Larn is rescued by Darkwolf after he is hunted by Nekron and his sub-humans in Icepeak and the two return to Firekeep. Meanwhile, Nekron builds a giant ice fortress to launch a final attack on Firekeep.

Darkwolf and Larn lead an attack on the ice fortress while flying on the Dragonhawks. They are the only two who successfully penetrate the ice fortress' defenses. Larn runs off to rescue Teegra and Darkwolf takes on Nekron. Darkwolf is almost defeated but finally manages to overcome Nekron's telekinetic powers and kills him. Meanwhile, King Jarol releases a wave of lava from Firekeep that causes Icepeak to crumble, killing Juliana and the sub-humans in the process.

Larn and Teegra just escape in time and kiss. Larn sees Aggravator and goes to kill him, but Teegra stops him, saying they need to eliminate violence in the world, now that Firekeep reigns supreme. They find out that Darkwolf also survived, and Larn and Teegra return to Firekeep, ready to help build a peaceful and nonviolent future.

Personality

The Sub-humans are known to be cunning, sadistic and aggressive. They are portrayed as barbarous warriors who like to kill or kidnap people (such as Larn, Teegra, Darkwolf, and anybody else). They also have a fondness of using dangerous weapons (such as spears, blades, knives, clubs, axes, daggers, maces, bows or anything else) for killing. Sometimes, the Sub-humans can also be very loyal, ethical and trustworthy toward Captain Humanus and Sgt. Quartermaine. Despite their savage and destructive nature, they are also shown to be noticeably happy and enthusiastic when they cheer everywhere in Icepeak when Prince Taro arrives. Also, they can occasionally be terrified when King Jarol releases a wave of lava from Firekeep to causes Icepeak to crumble.

Appearance

The Sub-humans are a race of barefoot, dark brownish-tan humanoid apes with different black hair and they wear different colored loincloths (either black or light brown).

Gallery

Trivia

  • They were voiced by Ray Oliver, the late Vincent Price, Nathan Purdee, the late James Almanzar, the late Le Tari, the late Walker Edmiston, the late Wayne Allwine, the late Barry White, Jack Laing, Peter Renaday, Larry Storch, Steve Hale, Tim Curry, Frank Ashmore, Phil Nibbelink, the late George Lindsey, the late Henry Gibson, the late Ken Curtis, Pat Fraley, Anthony Daniels, the late William Squire, Bernard Cribbins, the late Brian Bedford, the late Mel Blanc, the late Joe Silver, David McCharen, the late Harry Morgan, the late John Stephenson, the late Don Messick, the late Bob Holt, the late Paul Frees, the late Mickey Rooney, the late Leonard Stone, the late Michael Rye, the late Harvey Atkin, the late Charles Nelson Reilly, Michael Lee Gogin, the late Orson Welles, Val Bettin, Alan Koss, the late Hans Howes, and Holly Frazetta.
  • Beauregarde is the only known sub-human to survive.
  • Esperanza is the only known female sub-human.
  • Beauregarde is the only known obese sub-human.
  • Despite being Nekron's minions, they are not the secondary antagonists, Queen Juliana is.

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