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🔀 This is an article about the character. For the story in which it first appeared, see Dagon (short story). Dagon is a deity from Mesopotamian mythology who was incorporated into H. P. Lovecraft's fiction in the short story "Dagon", eventually becoming a prominent element of the Cthulhu Mythos, where he is often referred to as Father Dagon. In the stories of Lovecraft and others, he presides over the Deep Ones, a hidden amphibious humanoid race that resides in the Earth's oceans, and is…

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Kassogtha is a Great Old One that is reported to be Cthulhu's sister and mate. She gave birth to Nctosa and Ncothulu. She is described as a writhing mass of tentacles.

Kassogtha is a Great Old One created by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., in the hard-boiled Mythos novel Nightmare's Disciple (Chaosium, 1999). She is depicted as Cthulhu's sister and mate, and the mother of Nctosa and Nctolhu. She is described as a writhing mass of tentacles. According to some sources, Kassogtha shares some relationship with Great Cthulhu, with more than one tome speaking of these deities creating or unifying to form or breed the known entities Nctosa and Nctolhu. One reference…

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Hastur, also known as the King in Yellow, is one of the many Great Old Ones and Cthulhu Mythos deities, acting as one of the most mysterious of Lovecraftian gods. First appearing in Ambrose Bierce's Haita the Shepherd, the god has been stated to be Cthulhu's half brother, a fallen angel, the god of shepherds, and the duke of Hell itself. He is also the main villain of Magicka, under the name Assatur, who plotted to destroy Midgård by possessing the powerful magician Grimnír, and trick the…

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In Irish mythology, Balor was king of the demons , a group of supernatural beings. He is often described as a giant with a large eye in his forehead that wreaks destruction when opened. He has been interpreted as a god or personification of drought and blight. It is suggested that Balor comes from Common Celtic *Baleros, meaning "the deadly one", cognate with Old Irish at-baill (dies) and Welsh ball (death, plague). He is also referred to as Balor Béimnech (Balor the smiter), Balor…

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Our society seems to have a slight infatuation with “newer.” The newest iPhone comes out, and suddenly, your current one doesn’t have enough features. A newer car model comes out, and the old one's value plummets overnight (as if it’s miraculously…

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