Alien Species

The Lilpootians are a race of sapient humanoids which were discovered to live on one of the small moons of Uranus. They have been known to bind larger creatures (presumably only sapients) to the ground and claiming their bodies as a land in the name of the Lilpootians. They notably know little about Human anatomy, although they do know about their existence, and their diagrams on the species are incorrect, causing them to think the ears are where food is supposed to be placed, likely indicating where their own consumption systems are placed.

They form tribes on the bodies of those they claim, worshiping the largest part of the body on each limb. Three known tribes that formed on Brewster Rockit himself were the Headians (who worshiped the Giant Head), Chestians (god unspecified), Legians (giant foot), and the Armians (giant hand). These religious tribes are zealous and will attempt to convert other religious tribes to their way of thinking in apparently violent terms.

Most Likely Homeworlds[]

The comic to introduce the Lilpootians state that Brewster Rockit had simply crash-landed on "a small moon of Uranus". This would indicate that it is not one of the 5 moons that are considered large. The following are the other 22 moons they could possibly live upon.

  • Cordelia
  • Ophelia
  • Bianca
  • Cressida
  • Desdemona
  • Juliet
  • Portia
  • Rosalind
  • Cupid
  • Belinda
  • Perdita
  • Puck
  • Mab
  • Margaret
  • Trinculo

Irregular Moons[]

Since the Irregular Moons are very likely simply captured objects, they are somewhat less likely to be the homeworld of the Lilpootians than the above examples.

  • Francisco
  • Caliban
  • Stephano
  • Sycorax
  • Prospero
  • Setebos
  • Ferdinand


  • The Lilpootians first appeared in the Brewster Rockit: Space Guy! newspaper comics on Monday, July 6th, 2009.
  • The Lilpootian flag is tremendously simple in design - it is a dual-point pennant shape with an L in a circle.
  • Their name and practice of binding larger beings to the ground are obvious references to the Lilliputians of Gulliver's Travels.