The idea of there being multiple omniverses is erroneous; as it contradicts the very meaning of an all compassing *verse. (Latin: Omni; all.) However, there is something greater than a multiverse. Many different forms are known, but those that share Moedari's multiverse have a fairly standardized system: Universe, Multiverse, Magniverse, Omniverse. This explains the thought of more than one omniverse.
There are seven magniverses. Unlike those below it, one cannot go beyond their boundaries. This is because each of the seven was artificially created. Six of them contain various multiverses, each having a huge capacity. The seventh, however, is devoted to the keeping of the Great Names.
- Magni comes from the Latin Magnus, i, which means "great."