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Name Source Type
Daemonites Wildstorm
Dakkamites Marvel Comics Humanoid
Daktaklakpak Star Control 3
Daleks Doctor Who Mutated squid-like lifeforms inside tank-like war machines. Xenophobic and power-hungry, they have repeatedly threatened the universe and are the most recurring enemies of the Doctor.
The Dance Marvel Comics Humanoid
Dantari Star Wars
Darjakr'Ul Utopia
Dark Eldar Warhammer 40,000 Humanoid pirates dedicated to sadism and depravity.
Darloks Master of Orion
Darrians Traveller RPG
Darzok Haegemonia: Legions of Iron
Daxamites DC Comics Humanoid
Decapodian Futurama Lobster people. Bright red, with tentacles over their mouths. When they mate, they die horribly.
Decepticon Transformers Faction of Cybertronians who are opposed to the Autobots. Ill intent for human race.
DearS DearS Humanoid
Deep Ones H. P. Lovecraft Fish-like humanoids who serve and worship the Great Old Ones known as Father Dagon and Mother Hydra.
Deep Ones X-COM: Terror from the Deep
Defiance Genesis Rising band of many different races
Delphons The History of the Galaxy series
Deltans Star Trek Humanoid
Delvians Farscape Humanoid - Similar to humans in appearance, but evolved from plants. Blue, bald, sensitive to sunlight, procreate through air-borne spores.
Demiurg Warhammer 40,000
Deneans Fstar trek Humanoid
Denebians Star Wars
Deng Keith Laumer's Bolo series Arachnoids
Denobulans Star Trek Humanoid
Dentics Farscape Gastropod / Slug-like. Symbiotic relationship, used for dental hygiene purposes: This small animal thoroughly cleans the teeth of the user in a short amount of time.
Dentrassis The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Dedicated chefs who "don't give a wet slap about anything else".
Deoxys Pokémon Humanoid/virus
Derkuhr Chronicles of Honor Reptilian
Dessarians Tracker
Detrovite Ben 10
Devaronian Star Wars
Devastators One Mind's Eye
Devilukean To Love-Ru Humanoid
Dilbians The Law-Twister Shorty and other stories by Gordon Dickson Ursinoid
Dirdir Jack Vance's Planet of Adventure Series
Dnyarri Star Control
Dog Red Dwarf Humanoid Canine
Dom Kavash Freelancer
Dominators DC Comics Humanoid
Dominators Doctor Who Ruthless humanoid conquerors; served by robotic Quarks.
DomZ Beyond Good & Evil Parasitic, energy-draining creatures with a skeletal/insectoid appearance. Come in various forms, including Sarcophagii, Spirit-Eaters and the DomZ High Priest.
Doog Star Control 3 Reptiloid with canine features. Extremely dull-witted.
the Doublers Stanisław Lem's Eden two-in-one semi-humanoid
Douwd Star Trek
Draaknaars Thor series
Dracs Barry B. Longyear's Enemy Mine and The Enemy Papers Reptiloid
Draconians Doctor Who Reptilian humanoids with an interstellar empire rivalling that of Earth.
Draenei World of Warcraft Seven-foot-tall blue humanoids with cloven hooves for feet, reptilian tails, and barbels.
Drahvins Doctor Who Humanoid
Draic Kin The Longest Journey, Dreamfall Giant dragon-like creatures.
Drak Farscape Insectile parasites
Drakh Babylon 5 and Crusade Reptiloids
Dralasite Star Frontiers Amoeba-like meter-tall spacefaring technological species
Drath Galactic Civilizations: Altarian Prophecy Pseudo-humanoid amoebae
Drayan Star Trek Humanoid
Dread Lords Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords
Drej Titan A.E. Composed of pure energy, these aliens are a powerful force and are capable of destroying whole planets if they see fit. Ruled by a Queen.
Dremer Gene Brewer's K-PAX
Drengin Galactic Civilizations Reptiloid
Drones (Yanme'e) Halo Flying creatures, appear insectoid. Part of Covenant Hierarchy, ill intent towards humans.
Drophyd Ratchet & Clank Intelligent fish-like creatures
Druuge Star Control Humanoid
Dugs Star Wars Reptiloids
Duos from Uranus Space Patrol (1962) Sapient semi-humanoid plants
Dubtaks Ascendancy large manta-like creature that move on a multitude of wormlike legs
Durlans DC Comics' Legion of Super-Heroes A mass of tentacles in robes.
Duros Star Wars Reptiloid
Dyson Aliens Peter F. Hamilton's "Pandora's Star"