Megaverse is a role-playing setting by Palladium Books. It is a multi-dimensional universe that encompasses most Palladium RPGs published since 1981. The associated role-playing system is called the Megaversal System or, by the fan community, the Palladium System. There are seventeen product lines, with numerous supplements. Not all Megaverse games are recommended for crossover, although the most famous setting, the Rifts, is based on worlds' clash.
The furriest Megaverse games are After the Bomb (the mutant animals post-apocalypse) and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Other Strangeness, based on the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles black-and-white comics and released before 1987's TV series. Most other Megaverse settings also have wide variety of anthropomorphic races, such as:
- Rifts' Dog Boys, mutant canines whom the Coalition uses to "sniff out" supernatural enemies. The Megaverse's creator, David Siembieda, named them one of his personal favorite characters.
- Palladium Fantasy's Wolfen, anthropomorphic wolves who formed the Northern Empire.
- Aliens Unlimited has vast selection of animal-based races.
- One-third of Nightbane have animal shapes or characteristics in their Morphus, random, or player-constructed alternative form.
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