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List of Anthropomorphic Animal Superheroes

http:// http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthropomorphic_Superheroes'>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthropomorphic_Superheroes

 

Albedo: Platinum Catalyst [Polyhedral System, The] by Sanguine Productions, Ltd. [star Hero]

http://www.sanguine.com/Albedo/index.shtml

 

Ironclaw [Polyhedral System, The] by Sanguine Productions, Ltd. [Fantasy Hero]

http://www.sanguine.com/Albedo/index.shtml

 

Jadeclaw [Polyhedral System, The] by Sanguine Productions, Ltd. [Fantasy/Wuxia Hero]

http://www.sanguine.com/Albedo/index.shtml

 

Monderevele [Polyhedral System, The] by Sanguine Productions, Ltd. [swashbuckling Hero]

http://www.sanguine.com/Albedo/index.shtml

 

Grey Wolf [Fantasy Hero] - Some great Art Galleries

http://greywolf.critter.net/ironclaw.htm

 

Sanguine Productions, Ltd.

http://www.sanguine.com/Downloads/

 

Furry Pirates [Halogen System] by Atlas Games

 

 

Furry Outlaws [Halogen System] by Atlas Games (Thanks Kaeto)

 

Usagi Yojimbo by Susano

http://surbrook.devermore.net/adaptationscomic/comicchar.html#UY

 

Keith Curtis’s Savage Earth

http://home.comcast.net/~TheGM/SE/beasts.html

 

The World of the Eight Sages by Lethosos (Iron Dragon Studios)

http:// http://irondragon.blogspot.com/

 

Extinctioners

http://www.extinctioners.com/

 

Paws of Pyriel

http://www.furnation.com/AxleGear/

 

Usagi Yojimbo RPG [instant Fuzion] by Gold Rush Games & Sanguine Productions Ltd.

http:// http://www.goldrushgames.com/uy.html

 

Mutants & Masterminds - Furry Superhero Campaign (Thanks Toren)

http://www.vancouvergamingguild.com/forums/index.php?board=21;action=display;threadid=587

 

Moreau’s RPG [???] by ???

 

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Other Strangeness [Palladium System] by Palladium

http://www.palladiumbooks.com/

 

RIFTS [Palladium System] by Palladium

http://www.palladiumbooks.com/

 

TOON’[???] by Steve Jackson Games

 

 

GamaWorld [*** System] by Sword & Sorcery

 

 

Werewolf [???] by WhiteWolf Games

 

 

Shapeshifters [???] by WhiteWolf Games

 

 

Changeling [???] by WhiteWolf Games

 

 

The League of Extraordinary Animals

http://www.mphpress.com/lxa.htm

 

World Tree (by Padwolf Publishing)

http://www.world-tree-rpg.com/news.phtml

 

GURPS Uplift, Biotech, Shapershifters, etc...

http:// http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GURPS_Uplift

http:// http://www.sjgames.com/gurps/books/bio-tech/

 

Justifiers by StarChilde Publications

 

 

Redwall

http://www.redwall.org/

 

Captain Carrot & His Amazing Zoo Crew

http://www.toonopedia.com/carrot.htm

 

Rocket Raccoon

http:// http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocket_Raccoon

 

Supermegatopia

http://www.supermegatopia.com/

 

Fanzing – Captain Carrot & The Zoo Crew

http://www.fanzing.com/mag/fanzing45/.../feature9.shtml

http://www.fanzing.com/mag/fanzing45/.../feature7.shtml

http://members.tripod.com/~mister_mee...taincarrot.html

 

Marvel’s Spider Ham (Peter Porker)

http://www.spiderfan.org/comics/title...ter_porker.html

 

Cerebus the Aardvark

http:// http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cerebus

 

Funny Animals Comics - Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Funny_animal

 

Furry Fandom - Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Furry_fandom

 

Anthroporphism - Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthropomorphic

 

Anthopomorphic races by Michael Hopcroft

http://herogames.com/forums/showthread.php?t=11659

 

Fuzz: the Furry Police RPG (Thanks Michael Hopcroft)

 

 

Swords of/Guns of Sharpei -Caliber Comics

 

 

Guardians & Justifiers by StarChilde Publications

http:// http://www.darkshire.net/~jhkim/rpg/...betical/S.html

 

Star Hero Furry by Arcady

http:// http://home.pacbell.net/arcady0/SciFi/

 

Darkwing Duck (Thanks Solomon)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darkwing_Duck

 

List of furry role-playing games

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_furry_role-playing_games

 

Mouse Guard

http://www.archaiasp.com/mouse_guard_preview.html

 

Redwall Abbey

http://www.redwall.org/dave/news.php

 

Disney's Robin Hood

http://disney.go.com/vault/archives/characters/robinhood/robinhood.html

 

Tellos

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tellos

 

 

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QM

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Re: Anthropomorphic/Furry HERO Resources

 

Excellent, I've a nation of feline furries in my current campaign.

 

Here's a few images from that game-

http://www.curufea.com/games/western/campaign/Wang.jpg

http://www.curufea.com/games/western/5e/Cheetah%20folk.jpg

http://www.curufea.com/games/western/5e/Cheetah%20folk%202.jpg

http://www.curufea.com/games/western/5e/tiger%20folk.jpg

 

Hmm, my main problem with using feline furries that others have drawn, is that they are too humanised - they tend to have two breasts....

Not always though, but rarely are feline portrayed as "mostly feline"/

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Marvel’s Spider Pig

http://www.spiderfan.org/comics/title...ter_porker.html

 

 

 

More to follow

 

QM

 

I beleve that was "Peter Porker, The Spetacular Spider-Ham", and not "Spider Pig".

 

Othoe I do beleve someone has beaten me to this post already.

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This thread is a bit creepy.

 

Nah, not really. Noone's even started discussing mating probabilities between different species of "furry". That is creepy.

 

Personally, I like furries. By furries I mean anthropomorphic animals, preferably on the human side of the scale, but sometimes the more animalistic ones are cool too. And by like, I mean I think the design is interesting, and I find the stories told with them interesting. Frankly, if "you" are disturbed by creatures that don't look fully human having human traits and interacting with humans, "you" must have issues with Star Wars, Star Trek, Bab 5, Farscape, the Man/Kzin Wars books, etc etc etc. Note that by "you" I mean anyone.I like furries because they can possess a trait you want them to by virtue of their species, and you don't have to do too much explanation. Besides, most of the furries I see are vaguely anime-styled, and I like that look.

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I've used furries a couple of times as campagin elements, but only in particular stories, not as on-going parts. In both cases it involved inadvertent dimension-hopping. Oddly enough, both instances were (with different characters) in Legion of Super-Heroes based campaigns.

 

In the first case, the PC in question was called Hidden Dragon, because she was a martial artist who could also turn invisible. She wound up in a version of the Legion universe populated by fuzzy animals, and found that her counterpart, also called Hidden Dragon, was an actual dragon. ;)

 

In the second case, set in an earlier time period, the PC was named Gamma Girl. She didn't travel to the other universe, but due to a Rond Vidar / Brainiac 5 lab accident, got to meet her counterpart, Gamma Squirrel, from the fuzzy-animal universe.

 

I have always played it "straight", treating furry characters just as serious as I do the "regular" characters. Believe me, when Hidden Dragon had to help defend the Earth from invasion by Pulsecat Stargrave and the Duck Circle (Pulsar Stargrave and the Dark Circle), the player wasn't laughing or taking it lightly!

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Usagi Yojimbo is proof that you can have a (at times) dead serious "funny animals" universe and make it work.

 

Oh, and I own FUZZY PIRATES. Great background material, utterly crappy game engine.

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Usagi Yojimbo is proof that you can have a (at times) dead serious "funny animals" universe and make it work.

 

Stan Sakai is the Artist when it comes to making black and white simple drawings that are still able to evoke such emotion and the fact that they are funny animals makes it all the more amazing.

 

Oh' date=' and I own FUZZY PIRATES. Great background material, utterly crappy game engine.[/quote']

 

I wish I had gotten a copy. I was always interested in the Sub Genre and the Pirate Setting is just a bonus.

 

Cheers

 

QM

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Stan Sakai is the Artist when it comes to making black and white simple drawings that are still able to evoke such emotion and the fact that they are funny animals makes it all the more amazing.

 

Note -- there are humans in the UY universe. Lord Hijiki is one.

 

 

I wish I had gotten a copy. I was always interested in the Sub Genre and the Pirate Setting is just a bonus.

 

Here is my HERO work up of a FUZZY Pirates character:

JONATHAN ROBERTS, Esq.

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I have both Furry Pirates and Furry Outlaws which is set in the time of Robin Hood. Both from the same people.

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Speaking of serious - now I'm wondering if Cerebus the Aardvark qualifies...

 

Cerebus is political satire of the highest order (IMO).

 

Caveat: Or, was at one point.

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I particularly like duel.jpg. That is a very nice piece of work. Who is the Artist, BTW? When I come into some money, I night want to commission a couple of pieces, especially if rabbits are equal to the cats in the pieces.

 

And yeah, cats are cool.

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Cerebus is political satire of the highest order (IMO).

 

Caveat: Or, was at one point.

 

Yes, I had a friend collecting them (I only have "Jaka's Story" because it really moved me when I read that book) - who thinks he's gone off the rails into his own realms of "-isms" now...

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I particularly like duel.jpg. That is a very nice piece of work. Who is the Artist' date=' BTW? [/quote']

 

If you go up a directory (ie - delete "duel.jpg") you find out it's Bryce Nakagawa.

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If you go up a directory (ie - delete "duel.jpg") you find out it's Bryce Nakagawa.

 

:stupid: Doi. Geez, I should have been able to figure that one out on my own, but apparently I'm drinking Stupid Juice today. :no:

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Oh' date=' and I own FUZZY PIRATES. Great background material, utterly crappy game engine.[/quote']

 

Really? I have to admit, I was kinda disappointed myself. I mean, it's sword and spell-slinging furry pirates in a 'furrified' Earth's version of the Golden Age of Piracy. Just thought they coud have been a trifle more imaginative, is all.

 

But kudos to the gentleman who posted the Extinctioners link. IT's getting better now that the artist/writer is getting away from 'blatant X-men imitation'. I was thinking of somehow having PCs from my campaign meet up with some of the Extinctioners characters, or at least having Scarlet and Artica show up. Make a nice change of pace for the alternate dimension they visit.

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Really? I have to admit' date=' I was kinda disappointed myself. I mean, it's sword and spell-slinging furry pirates in a 'furrified' Earth's version of the Golden Age of Piracy. Just thought they coud have been a trifle more imaginative, is all.[/quote']

 

By great background material, I was thinking more inline of how it discussed the Golden Age of Piracy, not how imaginative it was as a world setting. It does cover details GURPS Swashbuckler's leaves out, for example.

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Cerebus is political satire of the highest order (IMO).

 

Caveat: Or, was at one point.

 

High Society and Church and State were some fine reading.

 

After a while, I got this uncomfortable feeling and stopped picking it up...

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High Society and Church and State were some fine reading.

 

After a while, I got this uncomfortable feeling and stopped picking it up...

 

I does have one of my favourite quotes from the Grouch-Marx-est Mayor when Cerebus is fighting an assassin on the window ledge...

"Just remember, you may be short and weak, but he's bigger and stronger!"

(or words to that effect)

 

Nice dry wit.

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I does have one of my favourite quotes from the Grouch-Marx-est Mayor when Cerebus is fighting an assassin on the window ledge...

"Just remember, you may be short and weak, but he's bigger and stronger!"

(or words to that effect)

 

Nice dry wit.

 

I think the line was more like, "He may be bigger and stronger, but you're shorter and greyer!"

 

"Fonflif!"

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