So, I've noticed a bit of a 'trend' in scifi/fantasy where main characters are always human, or are like Superman and Spock and look almost exactly like humans. There are major side characters that aren't human, like Chewbacca, but they aren't ever really allowed to be the focus. Now, both my MC's in my current project are very much not human. But I still want to keep them relatable to my human readers, without compromising their non-humanity. I also don't have any major human characters that will be going through the whole book, and I don't think there's room for that. So, thoughts? Opinions? Would you be able to relate to non-human characters if written right? And what would constitute that?