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Humans are a sapient species from the planet Earth, appearing in much of MS Paint Adventures and its spinoffs. A majority of the users of the MSPA Wiki are also humans.

In Jailbreak[]

The humans in the first MS Paint Adventure are presented as simplistic stick figures with a rectangular torso. Even though their simplified bodies appear to be merely a stylistic choice, it actually canonically affects the characters, some being confused on whether they are wearing shoes or not, for example.

Some humans appear to have runes carved into their stomachs, although they are typically not seen until acknowledged.

Despite having their limbs portrayed as sticks, humans actually have bones inside them and possess the exact same bone structure real life humans do, if not simplified often for the comic’s artstyle.

In Bard Quest[]

Most characters in Bard Quest are humans, they present by far the biggest variety when it comes to body types and physical features compared to other MS Paint Adventures where most humans follow the same templates.

In Problem Sleuth[]

The Problem Sleuth humans look the exact same as Jailbreak humans, although none of them are ever mentioned to have runes carved onto their stomachs. The variety of humans in presented in Problem Sleuth raise the question of whether their skins are actually paper white or not, as everyone is depicted with such a color, even real life humans like Snoop Dogg who is initially presented as a bust but later on his real self appears in a movie looking the same way he does in real life.

Although they are erroneously believed to be carapacians due to their similarities by foolish readers, they have plenty of biological differences, such as having hair and belly buttonsMspa icon.png as well as being able to easily reproduce just like Ace Dick does variousMspa icon.png timesMspa icon.png.

Problem Sleuth humans are often pretty strong, as they are able to stand several situations that would easily kill any other such as black holes. They are mentioned to have sensible human anatomyMspa icon.png. Problem Sleuth himself has been known to appreciate the diversity of the human raceMspa icon.png. Their skeletons appear to look the exact same as the Jailbreak ones.

Humans with different art styles are presented often, such as real life people when we see the busts or the people from Bard Quest when it’s revealed to take place in the same reality as Problem Sleuth.

In Homestuck[]

Humans are one of a number of species featured prominently in Homestuck, alongside the trolls, cherubs, carapacians and others. Importantly, the Heroes of Sburb heralding from Earth were four human children, who each had at least one human guardian. After the scratch, four of these guardians also became Heroes. Andrew Hussie, the author of MS Paint Adventures, can be presumed to be human.

Important humans[]

A recurring pattern among Homestuck's humans is first names four characters long followed by surnames of six or seven characters, but this is evidently not a hard and fast rule.

In Hiveswap[]

Hiveswap: Act 1 introduces several new human characters, biological children of Jake Harley and a mysterious woman. Only Joey reappears in Act 2, disguising herself as a troll in order to better blend in on Alternia.

History and culture in Homestuck[]

Main article: Earth

Cultural references in Homestuck indicate that the history of humans in Universe B is essentially the same as the human history of the real world, save for a few important events to the Homestuck timeline. Chief among these are the arrival of the Frog Temple meteors in both B1 and B2, accompanied by the first guardians Becquerel and the God Cat respectively.

In B1, Jane and Jake's meteors landed in the early 1900s, with Roxy and Dirk following in the late 1900s and the four Hero children in the 1990s. The biggest diversion from the real life history of the humanity occurred in 2009, with the near-extinction of the human race thanks to the Reckoning.

In B2, it was John and Jade's meteors which fell first, followed by Rose and Dave's, then Jane and Jake's. A major change occurred on the 11th of November, 2011, when Crockercorp formally rebranded and subsequently began its takeover of the planet (though based on the variety of products already being offered by Crockercorp in 2011, it may be possible history diverged at some point slightly prior to this). Humanity was subjugated over the next few centuries by the Condesce, and were all but extinct when Roxy and Dirk's meteors arrived in 2409. By this time the Condesce had replaced humans with carapacians as Earth's dominant sapient race.

Human traditions relating to the zodiac stem from some kind of cultural imprint left the twelve troll Heroes who created their universe.

After Homestuck[]

Main article: Earth C

After the defeat of Lord English and the creation of the new Universe C, humans return to the planet Earth, though now sharing it with the carapacian, troll, and consort races.


Unlike some other species, humans have only one blood color, a trait and hue shared with carapacians and consorts (and with a select few members of the troll race, namely Karkat and Kankri Vantas). They also share a "humanoid" form with a majority of Homestuck's sapient species, a majority of specimens having one head, two limbs of manipulation called arms, and two limbs of locomotion called legs. As humans were actually the creation of a group of trolls, however, their form might be more accurately described as "trolloid", or indeed may derive from an even more ancient species altogether.

Aranea Serket refers to human reproduction as exclusively heterosexualHS.svg; that is, in nature, a human child is usually born from the union of a female sex cell with one a male sex cell (rather than anything to do with human gender or sexuality). Sburb's second-generation ectobiology mimics this, combining genes from Jane and Jake to create the infants John and Jade, and creating Rose and Dave from the genes of Roxy and Dirk.

In The Homestuck Epilogues and Homestuck^2: Beyond Canon (Dubiously Canon)[]

Beginning with The Homestuck Epilogues, Jane Crocker, assisted by her friend Dirk Strider, begins a campaign of human superiority over the other races of Earth C, specifically raising concern that trolls reproduce far faster than humans.