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Maverick4
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100 million years ago, the Great Cthulhu entered into his period of hibernation, awaiting the time from whence forth he would emerge to bring to the Earth much evil and destruction. So it has been written by the Prophet Lovecraft.

So too, has it been written, that the Dread Cthulhu would spring forth from his slumbers and quench his thirst and hungr upon the blood and flesh of those dwelling in this realm. Such a fate is unavoidable, for unlike Hastur the Unspeakable we are ordained to dwell among the surface in the dust. So it has been written by the Prophet Lovecraft.

It is then my duty to you, my fellow citizens, to warn you that such a time is near. Cthulhu is soon to emerge, and upon those who have faithfully awaited his coming he will visit immediate and relatively painless deaths. However, those who doubted his existence and sid not prepare will be violently and completely destroyed in what is sure to be a long and agonizing affair.

The final awakening of our Dark Lord and Master is soon upon us, and the time is quickly running out where you might make yourself a useful servant of His most Sinister and Malicious Master. Please post to signify your own enlightenment, that you might serve as a living testament to the unfaithful.

Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn.

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pangtongshu
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Cthulhu? You mean Steve's trusty companion?

Maverick4
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Steve is but a side show to the Great and Allmighty Cthulhu. You may worship this Steve if you like, but the Dread Cthulhu does not look kindly upon those who do not acknowledge his superiority overall creation.

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Cthulhu is great, yet he is but a lesser evil compared to the nameless horrors lurking outside of time and space.

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he is but a lesser evil compared to the nameless horrors lurking outside of time and space.


Like Boggarts, who I swear to Gimli use black holes as straws.
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If it is a nameless horror, it is because Cthuhlu has not given it a name. And if it dwells outside time and space, it is because they cannot bear to he in the prescense of his terrible tentacles. To quote the Prophet Lovecraft: "And yea, fear he him who hath the power over your vessel, whoch was called forth from dust. But also fear he him who hath the power to consume thine immaterial soul."

Cthuhlu is dreaming; He will awaken soon.

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Minotaur55
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Cthulhu? You mean Steve's trusty companion?


Oh great. More Stevism gospel.

Ok, Cthulhu. Cthulhu is awesome. Anything that has an octopus as a head deserves the title Basalit-an.
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To quote the Prophet Lovecraft: "And yea, fear he him who hath the power over your vessel, whoch was called forth from dust. But also fear he him who hath the power to consume thine immaterial soul."

Cthulhu is great and his wrath will consume Earth, to which he is Doom. But do not mock the Lord of All Things and ancestor to all, the Blind Idiot God Azathoth which the dreamer Lovecraft referred to as such: [O]utside the ordered universe [is] that amorphous blight of nethermost confusion which blasphemes and bubbles at the center of all infinityâ"the boundless daemon sultan Azathoth, whose name no lips dare speak aloud, and who gnaws hungrily in inconceivable, unlighted chambers beyond time and space amidst the muffled, maddening beating of vile drums and the thin monotonous whine of accursed flutes.
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Cthulhu


How do you even pronounce that?
Minotaur55
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How do you even pronounce that?


"Khlûl'hloo" or "Kathooloo".
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Oh Cthulhu, let all who dis-respect Cthulhu have their ears burnt off.

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How do you even pronounce that?

"Khlûl'hloo" or "Kathooloo".


Or "k'tulu"
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Cthulhu is great and his wrath will consume Earth, to which he is Doom. But do not mock the Lord of All Things and ancestor to all, the Blind Idiot God Azathoth which the dreamer Lovecraft referred to as such: [O]utside the ordered universe [is] that amorphous blight of nethermost confusion which blasphemes and bubbles at the center of all infinity��"the boundless daemon sultan Azathoth, whose name no lips dare speak aloud, and who gnaws hungrily in inconceivable, unlighted chambers beyond time and space amidst the muffled, maddening beating of vile drums and the thin monotonous whine of accursed flutes.


Be gone, blasphemer! The Dread Cthuhlu has power overall who dwell on this surface! You have ears, but you do not listen! You have eyes, but you do not see! You deny his most Terribleness with your mouth, while your heart screams forth its praise born of innate fear! You have the gall to use the Prophet Lovecraft in your ramblings, but will not pay His most Malevolent service? May you be consumed ten thousand times over! Be gone! Be gone!
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*Worships frantically*

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Here is a question: what if Cthulhu is slain during his rising? Think about it. All wonderful people born different are eventually slain. My grandfather, ÎινÏÏαÏ...ÏοÏ, can be an example. What if, lets say, he is slain. Will he still dream? What if his octopus head is sliced off and served to the people in a Asian themed soup?

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