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She has been 's first bride, and with him spawned three sons—, , and —and a younger daughter,. 's "What Lurks Among the Dunes" 2006 , Black Sutra, p. , the "Crawling Chaos", is the of the Outer Gods, existing as the incarnation of space and functions as an intermediary between the deities of the pantheon and their cults. Aniolowski, "Mysterious Manuscripts" in The Unspeakable Oath 3, John Tynes ed. The Horror Under Warrendown A sentient -like entity dwelling within a series of caverns, where it is always served by mutant rabbit-like worshipers. Yorith The Oldest Dreamer A huge crystalline-being residing in the seas of the Yilla. Voltiyig Yig's Terrifying Son Spawn of the Snake-God , appearing as a winged and feathered serpent with flaming nostrils, somehow similar to the Aztec God , trapped inside a dark tower topped with a giant five-pointed star. See also: This table is organized as follows:• Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos American author 1890-1937 created a number of throughout the course of his literary career. A group of Outer Gods dance rhythmically around Azathoth, in cadence to the piping of a flute. Yidhra can, therefore, divide herself into different aspects, though each part shares her consciousness. Elder Gods [ ] In post-Lovecraft stories, the Elder Gods oppose the likes of Cthulhu. It appears as a formless spinning -like thing with strings of violet and golden colors across its shape, constantly emitting sickening smacking and screeching noises while showing pain-stricken faces across its body. Cthulhu's Mate, Xothic Matriarch A gigantic, pale, -like horror dwelling beneath the crust of the star Xoth. Backstory It is said that Yidhra has existed on earth before the emergence of the very first microorganism. The reptilian burrowing folk, the Rhygntu, are known to worship this malignant deity. This entity recalls the , cetacean sea monster of Celtic Mythology. The discovered the prison of Azhorra-Tha the millennia after, and made everything to not reveal its location to any human being. The Thing which Should Not Be, Haunter of the Red Abyss Appears as an inky cloud of shadows. Lythalia The Forest-Goddess A female seductive -entity, covered in both vines and vegetal parts. Sharpe's Call of Cthulhu RPG monograph "Tales of Dread and Wonder 1"• Sho-Gath The God in the Box, The Big Black Thing A dark smoky column, with red malevolent eyes and a grotesque face, imprisoned inside a vintage box. Olkoth [ ] Olkoth God of the Celestial Arcs appears as a demoniacal god-like entity able to reincarnate in human bodies if the stars are right sort of a "Cthulhian". While Yidhra is vaulting a window, a survivor can not vault over the same window. Northot The Forgotten God, The Thing That Should Not Be A mysterious entity related to , , and possibly as well which manifests either as a -like humanoid with color-changing hair, or as a glowing halo of unknown color. Named after the , it manifests as vast spiral of manifold titanic hands with a single cycloptic eye in each palm as in the and kilometric wire-like protrusions able to ensnare living beings replacing their spinal bone in puppet-like fashion. "" Novellas. Dark Silent One, Old Night, Zul-Che-Quon, Zuchequon Appears as a swirling, black , revered by the Mutsune as a dire. The main character, Delta, wakes up with an explosion. There lies the ultimate secret my father has been searching for. Rokon — A mysterious extra-dimensional entity, regarded as the brother of , ruling over a dimension called Zandanua. It resembles and has a similar domain as the Greek god. Turua Father of the Swamps, The Bayou Plant God A fungine entity with both tentacles and tendrils, which haunts the swamplands of , somehow similar to. The Mother of Pus was spawned through an obscene mating between a human and. Available online at• With a few exceptions, Cthulhu, Ghatanothoa, et al. The Yog-Sothoth was first mentioned in written , first published. This entity is introduced in German roleplay game magazine Cthulhu. She lives in a hall composed of a myriad of mirrors that distort her appearance, which is that of a tentacled dark abyss. Tharapithia The Shadow in the Crimson Light Slavic and Ugric God-like creature, photophobic and burrowing fiend awed in the Middle Ages. Tips• Beneath its billowing cloak are a multitude of , suckling and clutching at its breasts. Each pustule bears the larva of a Great Old One. Hidden Dream: Yidhra conceals herself in dreams. Feaster from the Stars, The Sky-Devil, Ossadagowah A -winged, armless with tentacles instead of a face. Contents• Swarog — A hideous being appearing as a dark, gigantic, legless -like horror swathed in dark flames, with its long neck topped by a black lump, half of which endowed with a big glowing eye and the other being covered in innumerable tentacles. The Blackness from the Stars [ ] The Blackness from the Stars is an immobile blob of living, sentient darkness, torn from the primal fabric of the cosmos at the center of the universe. He is first mentioned in Dawid Lewis' short novel "Etepsed Egnis" and cited again in 11, in the novel. The sight of such a fiend is unsettling if not traumatizing. Robin D. The Destroying Eye, The Waiting Dark Appears as a gigantic black mass of tentacles, with a single green at the center. Aspect of the Triple God of Chaos. Aylith The Widow in the Woods, The Many-Mother A tall, shadowy humanoid figure with yellow glowing eyes, and strange protrusions like the branches of dead trees. Lumley expanded Sutton's tale and gave his unnamed entity its name—Bugg-Shash—which effectively tied Sutton's creation to the mythos. Ammutseba Devourer of Stars A dark cloudy mass, with tentacles, absorbing falling stars. Shuy-Nihl The Devourer in the Earth A dark blob of darkness endowed with tentacles. Ithaqua The Wind Walker, The , God of the Cold White Silence A gigantic, corpse-like , with webbed feet and glowing red eyes. It looks the same as Cthulhu except for eye colour. Scathach — One of 's children, supposedly female. I even saw it growing four legs! I'm sure it must be a demon-possessed snake! Nssu-Ghahnb The Heart of the Ages, Leech of the Aeons A sort of gigantic pulsating secluded in a parallel dimensions. Secret Daughter of Cthulhu Appears as a huge winged -like creature with six eyes. Mortllgh Storm of Steel A lustrous orb floating at the center of a whirling vortex of razor-sharp, metallic-looking blades. Q'yth-az The Crystalloid Intellect A towering mass of crystals, residing on the lightless planet Mthura. The entity normally dwells in another —a "seething and sub-dimensional chaos" beyond the mundane universe. Matriarch of Swarms, Zystulzhemgni Spawn of the Outer God , described as a living alien swarm. for "The Mlandoth Myth Cycle and Others". Regarded as Great Old One in Daniel Harms's Encyclopaedia Cthulhiana, p. see• Whoever attempts summoning this entity needs the aid of a , and the deity may manifest in variety of forms, often as an immense or a vast pool of solidified. Atlach-Nacha The Spider God, Spinner in Darkness A giant with a -like face. Lin Carter, "Shaggai", The Book of Eibon, p. Basic Objective: Bite Survivors using Patroller 1 times• The scales are colored a dull black of some sort with a heavily tattered piece of cloth wrapped around the waist. An ongoing theme in Lovecraft's work is the complete irrelevance of mankind in the face of the cosmic horrors that exist in the universe, with Lovecraft constantly referring to the "Great Old Ones": a loose pantheon of ancient, powerful from space who once ruled the Earth and who have since fallen into a deathlike sleep. Nodens [ ] Nodens "Lord of the Great Abyss" appears as a human male riding a huge seashell pulled by. Mh'ithra's eternal battle with is said to be legendary. Vulthoom The Sleeper of Ravermos, Gsarthotegga May appear as a huge, unearthly. Advanced Objective 1: Bite Survivors using Patroller 2 times• 'Ymnar The Dark Stalker A shape-shifting entity spawned by the Outer God to serve him only. Zindarak The Fiery Messenger A mysterious fiery entity, that shall release from his prison once the stars are right. He has been permanently banished from the Elder Gods' Olympus, and imprisoned beneath the eastern , near , in a dark, basalt-built citadel named Atheron. The latter would have sired with a Roman noblewoman Viburnia the legendary ancestor of Lovecraft himself in a fictional family tree. Golothess — An entity cut in ten pieces by during a time of great battle one of these pieces is an alabaster dish found in Egypt, dated back 1,300 BC. Lam The Grey An alien entity, similar to , dwelling in the dark side of the planet. Kag'Naru of the Air — Mentioned in the American comic book 81-87 1977 as the sister of M'Nagalah. Yog-Sothoth is with all time and space, yet is supposedly locked outside of the universe we inhabit. The servants have skin like Yidhra's that is a grayish-purple and fades to a blackish-purple about halfway down the arms and legs. There is some affinity with the Great Old One. 32-33 featuring in Scienti-Comics issue 2, originally published in sci-fi magazine Spaceways, July 1940. Mlandoth and Mril Thorion [ ] December 2020 Mother of Pus [ ] A Lesser Outer God composed of slime, tentacles, eyes, and mouths. Khal'kru All-in-All, Greater-than-Gods A dark octopoid horror, similar to the Norse , but dwelling inside a temple somewhere within a hidden warm valley in. The servants wear heavily tattered shirts and skirts. This entity, regarded as a "Lovecraftian God", is introduced in and 's published by 's , featuring in issues from 22 to 28. References [ ] Lovecraft and the Cthulhu Mythos", Crypt of Cthulhu 35, p. Xirdneth Maker of Illusions, Lord of Unreality An illusion-making entity with no true form. Others have a cult title as Othkkartho Sire of the Four Titans of Balance and Order , which is said to be 's son, and Zehirete, who is The Pure and Holy Womb of Light. She dwells within the cavern of a deep canyon somewhere in Texas. This entity is introduced in RPG scenario "Devourers In The Mist", featuring in "Stunning Eldritch Tales: Trail of Cthulhu Adventures"• Likely coincident with Classical Underworld goddess , she manifest aboard a ghost ship and contact traumatized humans, with hidden artistic talent, to spread both chaos and despair across the world. On closer examination it appears a wet, warty globe, covered with countless ovoid pustules and spider-webbed with a network of long, narrow tunnels. Notice that the outside is occupied by zombies. Daniel Harms believes that Pharol was invented by , Henry Kuttner's wife, since the being appears in many of her stories. Formerly, he was too an Elder God. Xotli Lord of Terror, The Black Kraken of Atlantis, Demon-God of Elder Night A rolling cloud of ebony darkness or a vortex of boreal cold, revered by priests of the. The Unspeakable, He Who is Not to be Named, Lord of Interstellar Spaces, , The Peacock King, Zukala-Koth His true form is unknown, but usually manifests either as a polypous, ravenous floating mass endowed with tentacles, drills, and suckers, or more frequently, as the King in Yellow, a humanoid being wearing tattered, yellow clothes and a mask hiding the face. Spawn of the Green Abyss 3rd ed. It has no shape, but manifests as haunting music. Tulushuggua The Watery Dweller Beneath A mysterious subterranean horror, dwelling deep within the flooded caves of , served by the -like horrors known as the Tulush. Lexur'iga-serr'roth He Who Devours All in the Dark A photophobic bat-winged monstrosity, with both a thousand-eyed misshapen head and huge maws. Ayi'ig The Serpent Goddess, Aeg, Aega Daughter of both and the Outer Goddess , appearing as a gigantic octopus-like horror with serpentine eyes, and detachable tentacles, which may move independently. Ngirrth'lu The Wolf-Thing, The Stalker in the Snows, He Who Hunts, Na-girt-a-lu A ferocious and towering -like humanoid with wings. In mention only as the mother of. However the exiled deity is not dead, but just sleeping, and one day he will rise again from his abyss manifesting himself as a blue, 6-metre tall, -like monstrosity, with the bulk of his body covered entirely in crawling worms. Yog-Sothoth sees all and knows all. Gobogeg The Twice-Invoked Appears as a colossal pillar of amorphous alien flesh, with a cyclopean head. Besides, when I went to bed at noon, I had a strange dream about a long, long flight of stairs. Gog-Hoor Eater of the Insane A gigantic entity dwelling in some reverse dimension, resembling a huge bullet with a long proboscis. Introduced in 's "Usurped", not to be confused with Egyptian deity. He coincides with the entity known as the Magnum Tenebrosum. Gtuhanai The Destroyer God of the Aartnna A destructive entity manifesting as a ravenous metallic vortex. Lovecraft: Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre 1st edition ed. Vhuzompha Mother and Father to All Marine Life, The Hermaphroditic God An amorphous monster of prodigious size, covered in a multitude of eyes, mouths, projections, and both male and female genitalia. Nycrama The Zombifying Essence A tall -like monstrosity, with hundreds of segmented taloned tendrils, exiled by the into a parallel dimension, with close connections to the of , where he lures human victims to enslave from other dimensions. Coinchenn — A marine tentacled horror made of , , and -like features. Collection: Rare has got nothing to do with beauty or price. suggested Lovecraft's description of Yog-Sothoth as a conglomeration of "malignant globes" may have been inspired by the. Volgna-Gath Keeper of Secrets A slimy shape-shifting mass, which can be summoned with mud and the blood of the invoker. Hnarqu The Great One Lesser brother of , manifesting as a gigantic mouth surrounded by countless tentacles, similar to a titanic. Xcthol The Goat God A sadistic, mind-controlling, -like humanoid, likely related to. Gleeth The Blind God of the Moon An eyeless and deaf Lunar deity worshiped in the ancient continent of Theem'dra, as well as in the , often mentioned as similar to Mnomquah, though apparently not related to each other. The servants, much like the survivors, have a black button for their left eyes. This is the title the Aztec goddess was usually worshiped, also mentioned in Ann K. , The Great Ghoul, Lord of Zul-Bha-Sair, Morddoth A shape-shifting cloud of darkness. Mappo no Ryujin Harbinger of Doom, Mappo's Dragon A dragon-like entity, covered in pseudopods, regarded as the mother of the Snake-God and said to be imprisoned beneath the sunken continent of. This Follower follows Yidhra's footsteps and is never far from her. This entity is introduced as a Great Old One in Call of Cthulhu roleplay game scenario "Cthulhu Britannica: Avalon - The County of Somerset" 2010 , by. Cthaeghya — Half- sister of , which spawned the Star-Spawn of Cthulhu. Tulzscha [ ] Tulzscha The Green Flame is the name given in roleplay game guide to the entity described in H. Kinda grabbed my attention because Yidhra is also the name of a Cthulhu Mythos "deity". Price, "Introduction", The New Lovecraft Circle, pp. But, cleaning his lab has never been easy. Although intelligent, it speaks no known language and ignores attempts to communicate. There is enmity with both the Elder God and the Great Old One Gi-Hoveg. According to the genealogy Lovecraft devised for his characters later published as "Letter 617" in , Yog-Sothoth is the offspring of the , which were born of the deity. Istasha Mistress of Darkness A -like deity, similar to , but vicious and malignant. Yog-Sothoth has some connection to the mysterious mentioned in "The Dunwich Horror" , but their nature, their number, and their connection to Yog-Sothoth are unknown. This entity is introduced in "Full de Drames," a French "Call of Cthulhu"-type role-play game scenario available at• He is also worshiped by mysterious servitors known as the Hidden Ones. These deities include the "Great Old Ones" and , such as the "Elder Things", with sporadic references to other miscellaneous deities e. This horrible deity sees all time and space as it slowly rotates in the centre of its clearing within the Jungle of Kled, in Earth's. This entity is served by a small middle-eastern cult known as the Golden Hands of Suc'Naath, who collect deranged intellectuals and trained assassins, who wish to set Suc'Naath free they may have connections to the old cult as well. This Great Old One has been created for Call of Cthulhu French role-play game website Tentacles. Hagarg Ryonis HP Lovecraft's Dreamlands, "Wizards of Hyperborea"• The Doom of Shaggai A massive -like fiend similar to a from Tremors. Advanced Objective 1: Hit Survivors with 2 Followers 2 times• Those who serve her are also promised plentiful harvests and healthy livestock. Yidhra's ears are long, almost animalistic, droop downwards and have a silver earring on each ear. Leech• This field lists any epithets or alternative names for the Great Old One. First appeared in Lovecraft's short story "". Shaurash-Ho — Mysterious entity mentioned in 's letter to as a descendant of which spawned other two horrid descendants K'baa the Serpent and Ghoth the Burrower. Family: No matter what he did, Darren, you need to bring him back. She was the former mate of , revered in along with her consort. net's "Call of Cthulhu" scenario available at• Yomagn'tho [ ] Yomagn'tho The Feaster from the Stars, That Which Relentlessly Waits Outside is a malevolent being who wishes nothing more than the destruction of mankind for unknown reasons. When summoned to Earth, the Mother of Pus seeks refuge in pools of stagnant, foul water. He is said to be the nemesis of the Outer God Uvhash, usually summoned to contrast this deity. Daniel Harms, "A Brief History of the Cthulhu Mythos", p. From it extend dozens of pencil-thin root-like strands. This entity is introduced in "Eyes Between the Worlds", roleplay game scenario featuring in Kevin T. However, like most beings in the mythos, to see it or learn too much about it is to court disaster. Attacking Yidhra will cause the Follower to disappear and can be removed by Survivors with the Witch Mark. Although its expression is bright and blinding, no one feels its heat. Merging themselves with Yidhra gifts her followers eternal life. Peering through the eyes of this god, after a hideous and devastating ritual, allows one to see straight into 's court. God, those scaly things always give me goosebumps! It was revered by Slavic and Viking folks as the Solar god , though sharing almost nothing with the traditional deity. Though mentioned as a "Elder God" in the original story, the few details concerning Krang an evil mind and a hideous appearance according to description seem rather to qualify him as a "Great Old One", since he has fallen in a death-like slumber, likely bound to mysterious astral conjunctions. She is Cthulhu's sister and mate, who bore him the twin daughters Nctosa and Nctolhu. This entity features in Warpcon XII Call of Cthulhu supplement "Verboten: Operation Faust"• He dwells in the Xentilx galaxy, served by the aliens. He is served by the , which are made of his same substance. Lovecraft, which may in turn have itself influenced Merritt's later story. She is also served by a race of mole-like humanoid burrowers known as the Talpeurs. Advanced Objective 2: Terror Shock Survivors 3 times Diary 5: There was still no word from Volcker, and the letter I sent was like a stone that was thrown into the sea. Ulthar [ ] Ulthar or Uldar and also Ultharathotep is a deity sent to Earth to hold vigil over the. The being is said to take the form of a conglomeration of glowing. Yog-Sapha The Dweller of the Depths, Lord of the Things Which Dwell Beneath the Surface A gigantic, , glowing, and multihued gelatinous mass living within the dark depths of Earth. He seems to be another half-brother of , like , and related to the slug-like as well. It cannot move from where it emerges. Advanced Objective 1: Hit Survivors with Follower after Blinking 2 times• Among the Outer Gods present at Azathoth's court are the entities called "Ultimate Gods" in The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath called "Lesser Outer Gods" in the Call of Cthulhu RPG , and possibly , the "Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young". Oztalun [ ] Oztalun Golden and Shimmering One is an Elder God introduced by James Ambuehl. Krang often mentioned as Lord Krang is a God-like entity created by in the story "The Tomb of the God" Annals of the Jinns V , not to be confused with ' supervillain. Coatlicue Serpent Skirted One Appears as a gigantic reptilian humanoid with two facing in place of an actual head, as depicted in the. Z'toggua — An obese -winged humanoid with a long polypous snout and a wide mouth, opening in the belly, served by the. It is symbolized by a seven-pointed star symbol, which is his own Seal. The Cold Flame, Lord of the Pole Appears much like , but grey and cold. Called to our world, it assumes a gaseous form, penetrates the planet to the core, then erupts from below as a pillar of flame. After deducing Node 9: Transaction, Dream Witch's costume will be unlocked. Known as Yama, king of demons, in Tibet. Rlim Shaikorth The White Worm A gigantic, whitish with a huge and hollow eyes made of dripping globules of blood. Bubbles burst on the surface to reveal hate-filled eyes, and slobbering mouths form or close randomly about his horrible body. Basic Objective: Hit Survivors with Follower 2 times• M'Nagalah The Devourer, The Cancer God, The Eternal A mass of both entrails and eyes, or a massive blob-thing. Mynoghra She-Daemon of the Shadows A -like fiend with alien traits, and tentacles in place of hair. He is described as a son of both the Elder God Nodens and the Great Old One and has a twin brother,. Kaunuzoth The Great One, Cannoosut A squat, -like monstrosity with five eyes, three-toed, taloned appendages, and a large mouth. He is usually depicted as being hundreds of meters tall, with webbed arms, tentacles, and a pair of rudimentary wings on his back. Sk'tai and Eppirfon are both siblings. Kassogtha would have sired Rynvyk three sons one named Ult and Rynvyk himself currently rests in a crimson pool in the Hall of Tyryar likely another name or dimension of R'lyeh , whose portal is located somewhere in. Revered by the ancient as the deification of both darkness and chaos. The Great Water Lizard, The Doom of Sarnath Appears as a gigantic water. Gwarloth — A tentacled horror with multiple eyes, orifices, and a dangling gland forming a hideous face. 's Paighon, an extra-galactic entity which now dwells in 's core, said to be inimical to the Outer God and his servitor ' Ymnar. Her hands are large and inhuman, with long, sharp fingernails. The Horror from the Hills, The Feeder, Caug-Narfagn A vampiric -like humanoid, with a mouth on the end of its trunk. Dhumin The Burrower from the Bluff A serpentine likely -like earth-shaking horror dwelling in the subsoil of , US. Rescue a strange girl on her way out of the lab. Basic Objective: Eliminate all Survivors• Y'lla Master of the Seas A monstrous, barrel-shaped sea worm with tentacles and a -like mouth. He lies trapped beneath the seafloor, inside a mysterious called Nayghof. Uitzilcapac Lord of Pain A sadistic entity trapped by the Elder Gods in a remote dimension of the Space-Time continuum, and appearing as a 4-m tall -like horror with six legs, and a mouth filled with vicious fangs.。 。 。

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