It's an honor to be considered a valid source of information.
I still love you for Yig, Hastur, Chaugnar Faugn, Y'Golonac and Nyarlathotep.
Father Dagon is also awesome (Dunno why, I like the Deep Ones. Probably because of COC: DCOTE's rendition of them), waiting for it.
That, and the finished Bestiary.
Last edited by Ze Rifleman; 01-10-2012 at 08:48 AM.
I just added some info about R'lyehian, the language of Cthulhu.
EDIT: I've also made a start on the beastiary.
Are you going to talk about the book? You know, the book commissioned by Cthulhu, written by the Mad Arab, Abdul, the NECRONOMICON.
Last edited by Lupus; 01-29-2012 at 04:58 PM.
I recommend getting the Cthulhu Mythos Encyclopedia, it is well worth it and totally awesome. In fact the mythos actually appears on EU Who stories, some are okay, some not so much.
I've really wanted to learn more about Lovecraft/Lovecraftian mythos, having come to appreciate a few basic ideas via Mass Effect, thanks for giving such a detailed guide on it. :]
Cthulhu approves, Grimm. Cthulhu Approves.
"These people are the poisonous leeches on an age of potential so infinite it should be glorious. But
it stands no chance, it's marred by uselessness made flesh and minds that are little more than nubile lambs, bleeting obnoxiously."
-Sophistotle"Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so."
Originally Posted by Hank in Skype
Tips! Buy or download a scan of one of the official CoC bestiary's.