Humans (Homo Sapiens) are the inhabitants of Terra III (Earth), Xenon[1], and Estros[2].

Background Edit

In the distant future humans from earth colonized Xenon.[3] Infact many humanoids in the galaxy evolved from humans from earth.[4]

Most species regard humans as rather dull, but also see the whole Milky Way as backwater and a "cesspool". In recent times Earth has actually become a giant landfill.

Humans from Earth are known as Earthlings[5] and those from Estros are known as Latex Babes, and to some those from Xenon are known as Xenonites and sometimes Xenonian[6].

One of the Two Guys from Andromeda admitted to being human in the Galactic Inquirer. The other has since appeared to be human as well.

Known humansEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

Roger Wilco is said to be a human throughout the space quest series, and states himself that he is human in SQ6. Humans are mentioned or appear throughout the series as well.[7]

The Latex Babes species is not given in the SQ4, however they are confirmed to be humans in the The Space Quest Companion. SQ6 suggests they are a unique alien race of 'humanoids' for whatever reason.

See AlsoEdit

"Human" entry on the English Wikipedia


  1. The Space Quest Companion, Second Edition, 29
  2. The Space Quest Companion, Second Edition,
  3. The Space Quest Companion, Second Edition,
  4. Narrator (SQ6): Through the passage of time some personal habits haven't changed with humanoids of earth heritage. Although no one knows the true origin, people have been hanging rolls of flimsy paper called azwipe next to their extruded item disposal units. Since no one is certain of its actual use, it is a mere cultural decoration in most circles.
  5. SQ3: "Greetings Earthling"
  6. "Xenonian women", Galactic Inquirer, pg
  7. SQ1: "This skull makes a darn comforable little cave if you ignore the human-sized remains in the back.", (SQ5):"They're all depending on us, sir: Humans, Rigellians, orats, and even species like dolphins.", Quirk (SQ5): "Hello again Wilco, you insignificant little pimple on the behind of humanity.", WD40 (SQ5): "You thought wrong, human."