Series: Rifts World Book

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Rifts World Book One: Vampire Kingdoms by Kevin Siembieda1
Rifts World Book Two: Atlantis by Kevin Siembieda2
England: Rifts World Book Three by Kevin Siembieda3
Rifts World Book Four: Africa by Kevin Siembieda4
Rifts World Book Five: Triax and The NGR by Kevin Siembieda5
South America: Rifts World Book Six by C. J. Carella6
Rifts Underseas by Kevin Siembieda7
Rifts Japan: World Book Eight by Kevin Siembieda8
Rifts World Book Nine: South America 2 by Carlos J. Martijena-Carella9
Rifts World Book Ten: Juicer Uprising by C. J. Carella10
Coalition War Campaign: Rifts World Book 11 by Kevin Siembieda11
Rifts World Book 12: Psyscape by Kevin Siembieda12
Rifts Lone Star: World Book 13 by Kevin Siembieda13
Rifts New West: World Book 14 by Kevin Siembieda14
Spirit West: Rifts World Book 15 by Wayne Breaux15
Rifts World Book 16: Federation of Magic by Kevin Siembieda16
Rifts World Book 17: Warlords of Russia by Kevin Siembieda17
Rifts World Book 18: Mystic Russia by Kevin Siembieda18
Rifts Australia: World Book 19 by Ben Lucas19
Rifts World Book 20: Canada by Kevin Siembieda20
Rifts World Book 21: Splynn Dimensional Market: Rifts Atlantis Two by Mark Sumimoto21
Rifts World Book 22: Free Quebec by Kevin Siembieda22
Rifts World Book 23: Xiticix Invasion by Kevin Siembieda23
World Book 24: Rifts China One: The Yama Kings by Kevin Siembieda24
World Book 25: Rifts China 2: Heroes of the Celestial Court by Erick Wujcik25
Rifts World Book 26: Dinosaur Swamp by Todd Yoho26
Arzno: Vampire Incursion (Rifts World Book) by Jason Richards28
Rifts World Book 29: Madhaven by Brandon K. Aten29

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  1. Coalition Wars: Rifts: Siege on Tolkeen – Chapter One: Sedition by Kevin Siembieda
  2. The Rifter #1: RPG Guide and Megaverse Sourcebook by Wayne Smith (1998)
  3. Nightbane by Carlos J. Martijena-Carella (2006)
  4. Mutants in Orbit: An Adventure & Sourcebook for After the Bomb & Rifts by James Wallis (1994)
  5. A Sourcebook for Heroes Unlimited: Aliens Unlimited by Wayne Breaux (1994)
  6. Villains Unlimited by Kevin Long (1992)
  7. Ninjas and Superspies by Erick Wujcik (1994)
  8. Mystic China by Erick Wujcik (1994)
  9. Beyond the Supernatural by Randy McCall (1987)
  10. After the Bomb by Erick Wujcik (1990)
  11. Rifts Black Market by Matthew Clements (2012)
  12. After the Bomb Book Five: Mutants in Avalon by James Wallis (1991)
  13. The Compendium of Weapons Armour and Castles by Matthew Balent (1989)
  14. Systems Failure by Bill Coffin (1999)
  15. The Revised Recon by Joe F. Martin (1989)

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