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In the Service of our Dark Lord and Savior, Cthulhu

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Posted Aug 20, '13 at 10:41pm

Graham

Graham

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He must be really popular in Japan.

 

Posted Aug 21, '13 at 2:21am

HahiHa

HahiHa

4,959 posts

Knight

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!

You Heathen! What do I care about this surface? My ears listen to the mad words of Nyarlathotep. My eyes gaze across the universe and beyond. Soon the Fungi will take my brain away to see things you can't begin to understand. Praised be the Necronomicon which has opened my very eyes! Praised be the Dreamer Lovecraft who has so much more to offer than that primitive worship you perpetuate, adoring but a lesser deity in the Pantheon. I will be gone, do not worry. Gone to see other universes, gone to see Darkness and Chaos and consume my mind in insanity!

 

Posted Aug 21, '13 at 5:06pm

Minotaur55

Minotaur55

1,237 posts

Knight

Cthuhlu will rise again and destroy everything upon the Earth. He is not the center of worship of mankind for nothing. He is the greatest of evils, the most terrible of travesties, the most malevolent of gods. To even consider such a question is an acceptance of the impossible.

Ok, I have another question, why doesn't Cthulhu relax? Like maybe do some Marijuana or something? I'm not telling him how to live, I'm just saying he should use his options to be happy. =p

Look, Cthulhu. I don't have a problem with you taking over the world, but can you at least change your name to something easier to say? Thanks.

Not to mention, there is no nickname for someone like Cthulhu. I am named after a so called "creature of myth" and I have a nickname, Mino. What do you call Cthulhu? Cth? Hulhu? Cthu? Nope, none of them are as catchy.

 

Posted Aug 23, '13 at 5:43am

thebluerabbit

thebluerabbit

2,914 posts

Not to mention, there is no nickname for someone like Cthulhu. I am named after a so called "creature of myth" and I have a nickname, Mino. What do you call Cthulhu? Cth? Hulhu? Cthu? Nope, none of them are as catchy.

how about lu? or tooloo?

 

Posted Aug 23, '13 at 9:40am

HahiHa

HahiHa

4,959 posts

Knight

I'm not telling him how to live, I'm just saying he should use his options to be happy. =p

Burning ant hills makes certain humans happy. Cthulhus wrath, I think, is quite comparable to this situation, except that the 'ant hill' he'll be burning is Earth. Oh, and there's also that revenge part...

Not to mention, there is no nickname for someone like Cthulhu.

You know, I think a being like Cthulhu is sort of too nightmarish to really have a nickname. After all, a nickname is sign of familiarity; there's no familiarity with Cthulhu, only terror and alienation.
And it's disrespectful towards all future victims.

or tooloo?

How is that shorter?

 

Posted Aug 23, '13 at 9:42pm

Maverick4

Maverick4

3,707 posts

Ok, I have another question, why doesn't Cthulhu relax? Like maybe do some Marijuana or something? I'm not telling him how to live, I'm just saying he should use his options to be happy. =p

He is dreaming. Soon he will awaken.

One does not tell Cthuhlu how to live. It is by the grace of Cthuhlu that we continue living, until the day he awakens.

Not to mention, there is no nickname for someone like Cthulhu. I am named after a so called "creature of myth" and I have a nickname, Mino. What do you call Cthulhu? Cth? Hulhu? Cthu? Nope, none of them are as catchy.

To quote the Prophet Lovecraft:

"And yea, he shall be called Master, Dark Savior, He Who Lies Dreaming, The Dreaded One, and The Great Consumer. But by all will he be known as The Cthuhlu, even upon the moment of their consumption."

You know, I think a being like Cthulhu is sort of too nightmarish to really have a nickname. After all, a nickname is sign of familiarity; there's no familiarity with Cthulhu, only terror and alienation.
And it's disrespectful towards all future victims.

Even as your mouth denies him, so does your heart adore him.

 

Posted Oct 22, '13 at 11:47pm

ashworta11

ashworta11

3 posts

I am now ready to worship Cthulhu but how do i

 

Posted Oct 22, '13 at 11:53pm

ashworta11

ashworta11

3 posts

Ill try to scream out in the ocean his name and say "plz be awaken Cthulhu our almighty dark lord"

 

Posted Oct 22, '13 at 11:56pm

ashworta11

ashworta11

3 posts

How do I study the language of Cthulhu and everything do I need a book of magic of Cthulhu, ANYTHING, I'm ready to worship the almighty dark lord

 

Posted Oct 24, '13 at 2:05pm

Devoidless

Devoidless

3,553 posts

How do you even pronounce that?

The human tongue is not able to properly speak the language of the Old Ones. However, Kuh-too-loo is a common pronunciation of He Who Lies Dreaming.

I'a! I'a! Cthulhu fthagn!