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Gamer-Furry Hybrids are a combination of a Gamer and Furry created by the Protesters For Peace Between Gamers And Furries. They are a type of Hybrid.

They were created in an attempt to force peace between the two sides, but were subsequently shunned by both sides. Some have secretly joined both Furries and Gamers alike by disguising their second half. This generally resulted in these members being picked for spying missions more often, due to their natural connection with the opposing side.

Due to the Protesters being disbanded during the peacetime in between wars, they were unable to recruit the same numbers they had prior to disbanding. Due to this, many Protesters lost the ability to create the Hybrids.

It was discovered in late December that the Hybrids were unstable. After a sufficient amount of time passed, they would break down into madness with their conflicting mindsets eating away at each other. This would often have a toll on their mental health, with many killing themselves to end the madness. In some cases, their bodies began to break down and they lost function in their arms, legs and eventually their organs. Both Gamers and Furries banned all hybrids from joining completely due to this. Despite this, the Protestors have continued to produce more with their limited resources.

Natural Hybrids[]

As the 2nd War progressed, natural Gamer-Furry Hybrids were found to exist. Unlike the ones forcefully created by the Protesters, these were completely stable. Though hesitant at first after what had occurred previously regarding the artificial hybrids, small groups of Hybrids were admitted into the ranks of the Gamers. After seeing that they would not cause problems thanks to the diligent work of certain Hybrids, the Gamers allowed hybrids to become Gamers. Despite this, hybrids have to undergo severe testing due to the threat they posed due to being half-furry.


Dwemmers are a unique strain of Gamer-Furry hybrids that go back centuries. They exclusively breed in Void Hand territory. Void Hands texts state their creation was due to the intervention of their god, Tarvon.

Most Dwemmers possess a few very similar traits. Dwemmers have prominent fangs, large claws and a large mane down their back. They also possess above average strength and excellent eyesight. Dwemmers are formed in packs, each lead by a single alpha male.



American professional esports player

Dominique McLean, better known by their[2] alias SonicFox, is an American professional esports player of several fighting games. McLean is recognized for their versatility to pick up a new game or character and master it for professional play relatively quickly. McLean has topped many tournaments, including five Evolution Championship Series (EVO) events for four different game franchises. They are the highest paid fighting game esports player in the world as of August 4, 2019, with over $600,000 in earnings.[3] McLean was named Esports Player of the Year at The Game Awards 2018 and included in Forbes's 2020 "30 Under 30" for Games.

McLean is openly gay[4] and non-binary as well as a furry. They are known to often participate in fighting game tournaments in the fursuit of their fursona, a blue-and-white anthropomorphic fox.[6]


McLean's older brother, Christian, got McLean interested in fighting video games when McLean was three years old.[7] Over the next several years, while McLean continued to play games, they came into the furry fandom around the age of ten or eleven, and developed the "SonicFox" character.[6]

Around 2011, McLean was playing in non-competitive online Mortal Kombat games, and their online friends encouraged them to try their skills at an offline Mortal Kombat tournament in 2012.[8] While McLean only came in ninth at the event, they were enthralled with the competitive atmosphere, and they have continued to participate in various fighting game championships.[6]

McLean achieved a 6–0 victory at the Injustice: Gods Among Us tournament at Evo 2014.[9] reported in December 2015 that McLean had not lost a single tournament in the previous 18 months, and that they earned $150,000 USD within the span of two weeks by winning Mortal Kombat tournaments.[10]

McLean was named the "Esports Player of the Year" at The Game Awards 2018 ceremony, earning media attention for their acceptance speech.[11]Forbes included McLean on their 2020 "30 Under 30" in the Games category.[12]

In 2020, SonicFox was added as a background character in Skullgirls.[13]

Personal life[edit]

McLean was raised in Townsend, Delaware.[14] As of 2018, McLean is a student at the New York Institute of Technology.[6]

In September 2019, McLean came out on Twitter as non-binary.[15] McLean publicly uses singular they pronouns.[2]


  1. ^Rude, Mey (March 29, 2021). "SonicFox, 'Lebron James of Gaming,' Shows Trans Pride at Tournament". Out Magazine. Retrieved May 13, 2021.
  2. ^ ab@SonicFox (September 13, 2019). "So while He They does work, if I dont know ya like that or we aint close, please use they them!!" (Tweet). Retrieved September 14, 2019 – via Twitter.
  3. ^Sonoma, Serena (August 4, 2019). "SonicFox, Gay "LeBron James of Gaming," Is Still Winning". Out Magazine. Retrieved May 13, 2021.
  4. ^@SonicFox (August 4, 2019). "Im gay And the BEST MK11 PLAYER ON THE PLANET DONT FORGET IT" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  5. ^ abcdMyers, Maddy; Tayamo, Paul (October 15, 2018). "Meet SonicFox, The Queer Furry Who's Destroying Everyone Else At Fighting Games". Kotaku. Retrieved December 7, 2018.
  6. ^Lelinwalla, Mark (September 15, 2017). "Meet The Guy Who Has Your Dream Job". BET. Retrieved December 7, 2018.
  7. ^Sankin, Aaron (December 10, 2015). "Dominique 'Sonic Fox' McLean is at the top of his game". The Daily Dot. Retrieved December 7, 2018.
  8. ^Warr, Philippa (July 15, 2014). "The ridiculous battles of EVO 2014 you have to see". Red Bull.
  9. ^Dunn, Matthew (December 15, 2015). "Dominique 'Sonic Fox' McLean made $150,000 in two weeks playing Mortal Kombat".
  10. ^Alexandra, Heather (December 7, 2018). "SonicFox Steals The Show At The Game Awards". Kotaku. Retrieved December 7, 2018.
  11. ^Perez, Matt; Cai, Kenrick (December 3, 2019). "Forbes' 2020 30 Under 30 - Games: Leading a technological and artistic revolution". Forbes. Retrieved December 3, 2019.
  12. ^Walker, Ian (May 26, 2020). "Skullgirls Honors Two High-Level Queer Players In Latest Update". Kotaku. Retrieved May 26, 2020.
  13. ^Van Allen, Eric (January 26, 2019). "How a Trash-Talking Furry Became Esports' Dominant Player". Wired. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  14. ^Bell, Brian C. (September 5, 2019). "Evo champion SonicFox comes out as non-binary". Outsports. Retrieved February 13, 2020.

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The War Has Ended (For Now)

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The war is currently inactive. Furries are mainly no longer fighting our fellow Gamers. Due to huge successes in peace negotioations which rounded up a large majority of a Furry population, the Furries are currently in a truce.

The Gamers were engaged in a worldwide campaign to take Furry occupied land back. They were engaged in heavy fighting in almost every continent, as they moved to secure many points to use for further attacks. These attacks have dealt a severe blow to Furry morale, and soldiers are not currently making an effort to push as far as possible.

Important Timelines

Timeline - The matters and affairs of nations on earth.

Timeline of Space-based events - The matters and affairs of nations and organisations in space.

Notable Pages

1st Furry War - The beginning of the conflict between Furries and Gamers.

2nd Furry War - Hostilities renew after a surprise Furry attack.

Tik Tok - The Main battleground of the war

United Socialist Gamer Republic - A union of nations allied to the Gamers.

United States of Furries - A union of nations allied to the Furries.

Map of The World - Map detailing territories controlled by both sides.

Timeline - The history of the War.

List of Major Battles

List of Notable Gamer Soldiers

Spinoff Wars

Gamer Civil War - The war between PC, Xbox, PS4, and Nintendo Gamers.

Soviet-Gamer War - Taking advantage of the chaos of the Gamer Civil War, Soviets declare war on Gamers.

Gamer/Weeb-Normie War - After the soviets were defeated by the Gamers and Weebs.

Gacha-Gamer War - Artists + Gamers vs Gachas.

Rebel War- A series of rebellions by small factions of Gamers in a bid to reignite the Civil War.
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