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In the Mouth of Madness:
Cthulhu Mythos deities

Writer H.P. Lovecraft created a number of fictional deities throughout the course of his literary career, including the "Great Old Ones" and the "Outer Gods", with sporadic references to other miscellaneous deities (e.g. Nodens). The Elder Gods are a later creation of writers such as August Derleth, who is credited with forming the Cthulhu Mythos.[1][2]

Great Old Ones

An ongoing theme in Lovecraft's work is the complete irrelevance of mankind in the face of the cosmic horrors that apparently exist in the universe, with Lovecraft constantly referring to the "Great Old Ones": a loose pantheon of ancient, powerful deities from space who once ruled the Earth and who have since fallen into a death-like sleep.[3]

Lovecraft named several of these deities; Azathoth, Cthulhu, Ghatanothoa, Shub-Niggurath, Yog-Sothoth, Nyarlathotep and Yig. With the exception of Cthulhu, the remainder of this loose pantheon apparently dwelled in deep space. Worshipped by deranged human cults, these beings are currently imprisoned (beneath the sea, inside the Earth, and in distant planetary systems) and apparently eagerly await the time of their release. Although Lovecraft did establish this premise in his 1928 short story, The Call of Cthulhu with reference to the eponymous creature, it was Derleth who applied the notion to all of the Great Old Ones.
Table of Great Old Ones

This table is organized as follows:

    Name. This is the commonly accepted name of the Great Old One.

    Epithet(s), other name(s). This field lists any epithets or alternate names for the Great Old One. These are names that often appear in books of arcane literature, but may also be the names preferred by cults.

    Description. This entry gives a brief description of the Great Old One.

    References. This field lists the stories in which the Great Old One makes a significant appearance or otherwise receives important mention. Sources are denoted by a simple two-letter code from the Cthulhu Mythos reference codes and bibliography and the Cthulhu Mythos alphanumeric reference code and bibliography. A code appearing in bold means that the story introduces the Great Old One. If the code is given as comics or rpg it means that the Great Old One first appeared in the Call of Cthulhu Role playing Game or are mentioned/depicted in comics rather than novels.

In the Mouth of Madness:
Great Old Ones Name    Epithet(s),
other name(s)    Description    References
Ammutseba    Devourer of Stars    A dark, cloudy mass with tentacles which absorbs falling stars.    LO, SK
Aphoom-Zhah    The Cold Flame,
Lord of the Pole    Appears much like Cthugha but grey, and cold.    AF, HG, LP
Arwassa    The Silent Shouter on the Hill    A humanoid torso with tentacles instead of limbs, and a short neck ending in a toothless, featureless mouth.    AY4
Atlach-Nacha    The Spider God,
Spinner in Darkness    A giant spider with a human-like face.    PS, AT,SG
Ayi'ig    The Serpent Goddess, Aeg, Aega    Daughter of Yig and the Outer Goddess Yidhra, appearing as a gigantic octopus-like horror with serpentine eyes and detachable tentacles which may move independently. She dwells in the cavern of a deep canyon somewhere in Texas.    ME
Aylith[4]    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. She serves Shub-Niggurath.    TT13
Baoht Z'uqqa-Mogg    The Bringer of Pestilence    A huge, flying scorpion with an ant-like head.    MT4[5]
Basatan    Master of the Crabs    Not described, probably a humanoid crab or a gigantic crab.[6]    MC
B’gnu-Thun    The Soul-Chilling Ice-God    Appears as a cyanotic humanoid followed by an eerie blizzard.    CC2, SS2
Bokrug    The Great Water Lizard,
The Doom of Sarnath    Appears as a gigantic water lizard.    DC, SC
Bugg-Shash[7]    The Black One,
The Filler of Space,
He Who Comes in the Dark    Appears as a black, slimy mass covered in eyes and mouths, much like a Shoggoth.    DI, EL, KB, RS
Byatis    The Berkeley Toad,
Serpent-Bearded Byatis    Appears as a gigantic, multicolored toad with one eye, a proboscis, crab-like claws, and tentacles below the mouth.    BY, RC, SF
Chaat    The Dark Water God    A formless mass of shape-shifting water.    PS4, DV
Chaugnar Faugn    Horror from the Hills,
The Feeder,
Caug-Narfagn    A vampiric elephant-like humanoid with a mouth on the end of its trunk.    HF, HM, FO, RH

   (Half-)sister of Cthulhu, which spawned the Star-Spawn of Cthulhu.    OO
Cthugha    The Living Flame,
The Burning One    Appears as a living conflagration.    DD, EL, HC, LM
Cthylla    Secret Daughter of Cthulhu    Appears as a huge winged octopus-like creature with six eyes.    ID, TC
Ctoggha    The Dream-Daemon    No description available.    GD4
Cyäegha    The Destroying Eye,
The Waiting Dark    Appears as a gigantic black mass of tentacles with a single green eye at the centre.    DM
Cynothoglys    The Mortician God, She Whose Hand Embalms    Appears as a formless mound with one arm-like appendage.    PR
The Dweller in the Gulf    Eidolon of the Blind    Appears as a huge, eyeless, black, soft-shelled tortoise with a triangular head and two whip-like tails, and suckers on the end of each tail.    WL
Dygra    The Stone-Thing    A jewel-facetted, semi-crystalline entity, with geodic tentacles.    CC2, SS2
Dythalla    Lord of Lizards    A gigantic saurian creature similar to Bokrug but with a mane of tentacles.[8]    LD5, BB3, SS2, TH4
Eihort    The Pale Beast,
God of the Labyrinth    Appears as a huge, pallid, gelatinous oval with a myriad legs and multiple eyes.    BS, FP
Ei'lor    The Star-Seed    A plant-like, parasitic horror dwelling on a jungle planet revolving around the green star Yifne and the dead star known as Baalblo (perhaps a white dwarf, a neutron star or another kind of stellar remnant).    CC2, EO, SS4, SS8
Etepsed Egnis[9]    

   A formless monstrosity with a huge, arm-like appendage.    EE, GS2
Ghadamon    A Seed of Azathoth    A bluish-brown, slimy monstrosity riddled with holes, and an occasional malformed head.    CD2
Ghisguth    The Sound of the Deep Waters    A titanic mass of jelly material.    PN, OO
Glaaki    The Inhabitant of the Lake,
Lord of Dead Dreams    Appears as a giant three-eyed slug with metallic spines, and tiny, pyramid-like feet underneath.    GL, IB, IL
Gloon[10]    The Corrupter of Flesh,
Master of the Temple, Glhuun    Usually manifests through a Dionysian sculpture, but its true form is that of a gigantic wattled slug-thing.    TE, MM, II
God of the Red Flux    

   A vaporous red entity haunting the rainforest of Central Africa. It has the power to turn humans in zombie-like servants, the Tree-Men of M'bwa.    MW
Gog-Hoor    Eater on the Insane    A giant entity dwelling in some reverse dimension, resembling a huge bullet with a long proboscis.    SC6
Gol-goroth    Golgoroth,
The Forgotten Old One,
God of the Black Stone, Golgoroð    Appears as a gigantic, black, toad-like creature with an impossibly malevolent glare, or a tentacled, scaled, bat-winged entity.    BP, FO, FR, GB

   An entity cut in ten pieces by Yig during a time of great battle (one of these pieces is an alabaster dish found in Egypt, dated back 1,300 BC). It resembles and has a similar domain as Greek god Bacchus.    YV
The Green God    The Horror Under Warrendown    A sentient plant-entity dwelling in subterranean caverns where it is always served by mutant rabbit-like worshipers.    HW2
Groth-Golka    The Demon Bird-God, The Bird-God of Balsagoð    A monstrous bird-like fiend with sharp teeth, dwelling beneath Antarctica, vaguely resembling an extinct Pterosaur.    FO, BP
Gtuhanai    The Destroyer God of the Aartna    A destructive entity manifesting as a ravenous metallic vortex. He seems to be another half-brother of Cthulhu like Hastur and related to the slug-like Glaaki too. He dwells somewhere in the Pleiades stellar region and when summoned he brings devastation.    FN
Gurathnaka    Eater of Dreams, Shadow of Night    A shadowy incorporeal entity dwelling in Dreamlands.    PV

   The consort of Othuyeg, very similar to her bridegroom.    SD14, GS2
Han    The Dark One    A being made of cold, howling mist, bound to Yig's worship    SF
Hastalÿk    The Contagion    A microbial entity, responsible for plagues.    rpg
Hastur    The Unspeakable,
He Who is Not to be Named,
Lord of Interstellar Spaces,
The King in Yellow    Its 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. It is said to be Cthulhu's (half-)brother.    FA, HS, LT, RH, SS, WD, YS
H’chtelegoth    The Great Tentacled God    A towering greenish trunk with a crown of tentacles, a row of multiple eyes and a couple of additional, lateral grasping appendages.    HL
Hziulquoigmnzhah    The God of Cykranosh, Ziulquag-Manzah    Has spheroid body, elongated arms, short legs, and a pendulum-like head dangling underneath. It is the brother of Ghisguth, and uncle of Tsathoggua.    DS, PN, TA, DR14
Idh-yaa    Cthulhu's Mate, Xothic Matriarch    A gigantic, pale, worm-like horror dwelling beneath the crust of star Xoth. She has been Cthulhu's first bride, which spawned the three main sons Ghatanotoa, Ythogtha and Zoth Ommog.    O

In the Mouth of Madness:
Iod    The Shining Hunter    A levitating, sinuous, glowing creature.    HU, IN, SZ
Istasha    Mistress of Darkness    A cat deity similar to Bastet. Her sister is the sylvan Lythalia.    SS2, SS4
Ithaqua    The Wind Walker,
The Wendigo,
God of the Cold White Silence    A gigantic, corpse-like human with webbed feet and glowing red eyes.    BW, CD, IM, IQ, SW, TW, WE
Janai'ngo    Guardian and the Key of the Watery Gates, The Lobster of the Deep    A crustacean-like tentacled, half-amorphous marine horror which serves Cthulhu, dwelling in the depths of the Bay of Rhiiklu, somewhere in USA East coast.    TL
Juk-Shabb    God of Yekub    Appears as a great shining ball of energy.    CF

   Likely a gigantic, larva-like horror. It dwells on the distant ammonia planet of K'gil'mnon.    GI, HG3
Kag'Naru of the Air[11]    

   Mentioned in American comics "Challengers of the Unknown" (1977) as sister of M'nagalah.    Comics
Kassogtha    Bride of Cthulhu, The Leviathan of Diseased    A huge mass of coiled, writhing tentacles. She is Cthulhu's sister and mate, who bore him two twin daughters (Nctosa and Nctolhu)    NH

   Sister of Zstylzhemghi.    OO
Kurpannga    The Devil-dingo    A giant hairless dingo-like fiend living in Dreamlands (or the Dreamtime of Aboriginal myths).    DL
Lythalia    The Forest-Goddess    Appears as a female humanoid entity covered in vines and vegetal parts.    SS2
M'Nagalah[12]    The Devourer    A mass of entrails and eyes, or a massive blob-thing.    TU, NH
Mnomquah    Lord of the Black Lake, The Monster in the Moon    A very large and eyeless lizard creature with a "crown" of feelers.    MD, MQ, SB
Mordiggian    The Charnel God,
The Great Ghoul,
Lord of Zul-Bha-Sair    A shapeshifting cloud of shadow.    CG, IC, RE
Mormo[13]    The Thousand-Faced Moon    Mormo appears in many forms, but three are most common: as a mocking vampiric maiden, as a tentacle-haired gorgon, or as a hunched toad-like albino with a mass of feelers instead of a face. This last is the form of her servitors, the Moon-beasts.    HR2, TR5, BX
Mortllgh    Storm of Steel    A lustrous orb floating at the centre of a whirling vortex of razor-sharp, metallic looking blades, similar to Gtuhanai.    KN2
Mynoghra    She-Daemon of the Shadows    A succubus-like fiend with alien traits and tentacles in place of the hair. She is mentioned as cousin of Nyarlathotep in the O’ Khymer Revelations and worshipped in witch-cults of Salem, Oregon.    WN2
Nctosa & Nctolhu    The Twin Spawn of Cthulhu    Twin daughters of Cthulhu, imprisoned on Jupiter. They appear as huge shell-endowed beings, with eight segmented limbs and six long arms ending with claws, vaguely resembling their "step-sister" Cthylla.    NH
Ngirrth’lu    The Wolf-Thing, The Stalker in the Snows, He Who Hunts, Na-girt-a-lu    A ferocious and towering wolf-like humanoid with bat wings. He is served by werewolf servants known as the Lupine Ones.    SS2
Nssu-Ghahnb[14]    The Heart of the Ages, Leech of the Aeons    Sort of a gigantic beating heart secluded in a parallel dimensions. It would have spawned the monsters of all the times.    rpg
Nug and Yeb    The Twin Blasphemies    Somewhat like Shub-Niggurath.    BF, EH, LA, OA, TO

   A blurry, dark, kraken-like entity mentioned in the Song of Yste.    AB, NY7
Nyogtha    The Thing which Should Not Be,
Haunter of the Red Abyss    Appears as an inky shadow.    AF, HG, SH, SR, SY4
Ob'mbu    The Shatterer    A giraffe-like reptilian monster.    NH
Oorn[15]    Mnomquah's Mate    Appears as a huge, tentacled mollusc.    MD, HW10
Othuum    The Oceanic Horror    A twisting, ropy-tentacled mass with a single alien face somewhere in the center of the slimy squirming mass.    RS, OT
Othuyeg    The Doom-Walker    Appears as a great, tentacled eye (similar to Cyäegha). It dwells in the subsoil of Kansas.    DF, VC, SP
Pharol    Pharol the Black    A black, fanged, cycloptic demon with arms like swaying serpents.[16] The entity normally dwells in another dimension—a "seething and sub-dimensional chaos" beyond the mundane universe.[17] The wizard Eibon of Hyperborea sometimes summoned Pharol to query him for arcane information.[18]    AF
Quachil Uttaus    Treader of the Dust    Appears as a miniature, wrinkled mummy with stiff, outstretched claws.    KU, RU
Quyagen[19]    He Who Dwells Beneath Our Feet    Worshiped as a deity in a lost continent located in southern Atlantic Ocean. It appears related to the Outer God Nyarlathotep and its form is likely octopoid, with myriads of horns along a maddening body.    TT5
Q'yth-az    The Crystalloid Intellect    A towering mass of crystals, residing on the lightless planet Mthura.    EF

   A shark-like humanoid native to the Bermuda Triangle, possibly similar to Cthulhu's avatar the Father of All Sharks.    FD
Ragnalla    Seeker in the Skies    A titanic raptorial fiend with a huge, single eye and a crown of tentacles.    RA, CC2, SS2
Rhan-Tegoth    Terror of the Hominids, He of the Ivory Throne    A three-eyed, gilled, proboscidian monster with a globular torso, six long, sinuous limbs ending in black paws with crab-like claws, and covered in what appears to be hair, but is actually tiny tentacles.    HM, AF, LT, RR, PD
Rhogog    The Bearer of the Cup of the Blood of the Ancients    A dead-black leafless oak tree, hot to the touch, with a single red eye at the centre.    RG
Rh'Thulla of the Wind[20]    

   Mentioned in American comics "Challengers of the Unknown" (1977), as brother of M'Nagalah.    Comics
Rlim Shaikorth    The White Worm    A gigantic, whitish worm with a huge maw and eyes made of dripping globules of blood.    CW, HG, LP
Ruhtra Dyoll    The Fire God    Not described, likely the opposite of his sibling, B'gnu-Thun.    CC2, SS2
Saa'itii    The Hog    A gigantic, ghostly hog.    H5

   One of Hziulquoigmnzhah's daughters.    OO
Sebek    The Crocodile God    A crocodile-headed reptilian humanoid, equal to the Ancient Egyptian god Sobek.    EK
Sfatlicllp    The Fallen Wisdom    The granddaughter of Tsathoggua, an amorphous mass which mated with a Hyperborean Voormi and spawned the legendary thief Knygathin Zhaum. In Chaosium's Dead Leaves Fall RPG supplement she appears as a fiend with oily, snakey skin and prehensile dreadlocks like a Gorgon.    PN, BT11, ES4, VH
Shathak    Mistress of the Abyssmal Slime, Death Reborn    Not described, likely an amorphous mass.

In the Mouth of Madness:

   Mysterious entity mentioned in Howard Phillips Lovecraft's letter to James F. Morton[21] as descendant of Cthulhu which spawned other two horrid descendants (K'baa the Serpent and Ghoth the Burrower). The latter would have sired with a Roman noblewoman Viburnia the legendary ancestor of Lovecraft himself in a fictional family tree. The appearance of Shaurash-Ho has never been described.    S4
Sheb-Teth[22]    Devourer of Souls    An eyeless, alien humanoid entity massively overgrown with strange flesh and machinery.    MN3

   A gigantic, slimy worm with a mass of black tentacles surrounding its maw.    CT4
Shterot[24]    The Tenebrous One    A starfish-like horror spawned by the Outer God C'thalpa. It has been cut in pieces but individual fragments live independently.    AF2
Shudde M'ell    The Burrower Beneath,
The Great Chthonian    Appears as a colossal worm with tentacles for a head.    BU, BT3, CS, TC, WU, LO.
Shuy-Nihl    The Devourer in the Earth    A dark blob of darkness endowed with tentacles.    CC2, SS2
S'tya-Yg'Nalle    The Whiteness    An invisible entity made of snow and chill, servitor of Ithaqua.    WT2
Summanus    Monarch of Night,
The Terror that Walketh in Darkness    A mouthless, grotesque human with pale tentacles protruding from underneath a dark robe.    FH, WG

   A hideous being appearing as a dark gigantic, legless swan-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. It was revered by Slavic and Viking folks as the Solar god Svarog, though sharing almost nothing with the traditional deity.    JS
Tharapithia    The Shadow in the Crimson Light    Slavic and Ugric God-like creature, photophobic and burrowing fiend awed in Middle Ages. It cannot endure the light of the sun and eludes it by tunnelling deep under the roots of the oaks.    CL2
Th'rygh[26]    The Godbeast    A monstrous entity manifesting as a horrible patchwork of flesh and soil and alien matter.    VT
Tsathoggua    The Sleeper of N'kai,
The Toad-God,
Zhothaqqua, Sadagowah    Appears as a huge, furry, almost humanoid toad, or a bat-like sloth.    BC, DS, PN, IU, OL, RT, SG, TZ
Ut'Ulls-Hr'Her    The Great Horned Mother, Black Glory of the Creation    A huge faceless creature with various appendages sprouting from its head, a beard of oozing horns, and many reddish teats and fish-like fins sprouting from an egg-shaped body.    NH
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.    BV, CC2, SS2
Vibur    The Thing from Beyond    A huge furry and rapidly shifting entity casting radioactive stones.    MT3
Volgna-Gath    Keeper of the Secrets    A slimy shape-shifing mass, which can be summoned with mud and the blood of the invoker.    SC2, SS2
Vthyarilops    The Starfish God    A tentacled horror similar to a Sun star but endowed with branching tentacles, spines, myriads of blue glaring eyes and gaping maws.    KN6
Vulthoom    The Sleeper of Ravermos,
Gsarthotegga    May appear as a huge, unearthly plant.    VU
The Worm that Gnaws in the Night    Doom of Shaggai    A massive, worm-like fiend, similar to a Graboid from Tremors.    AG
Xalafu    The Dread One    A titanic, globular mass of various dark colours, endowed with a huge, single eye in the middle of the alien bulk.    ZS
Xirdneth    Maker of Illusions, Lord of Unreality    An illusion-making entity with no true form.    SS4, SS2, TH4
Yegg-Ha    The Faceless One    A 10 foot-tall winged being.    IE
Y'golonac    The Defiler    Appears as a naked, obese, headless human with a mouth in the palm of each hand; other features are nebulous.    CP

   A hideous female or hermaphroditic entity of tremendous power, cousin of Cthulhu and Hastur imprisoned by the Great Old Ones being themselves awe of her powers. She dwells in Temple of Pillars in the depths of Kyartholm, located somewhere in Northern Hemisphere. Her appearance is never described, but likely formless, larva-like and tentacled as the minion-spawn which serve her parasitizing human victims.    PS6
Yhashtur    The Worm-God of the Lords of Thule    A worm-like monster.    SC4
Yig    Father of Serpents    A giant snake with human arms covered in scales.    CY, SJ, VY
Y'lla    Master of the Seas    A monstrous, barrel-shaped sea worm with tentacles and lamprey-like mouth.    CC2, DR12
'Ymnar    The Dark Stalker    A shape-shifting entity spawned by the Outer God Ngyr-Korath. It may grant great powers to whoever chooses to serve it and its master but its final aim is the destruction of all sentient and intelligent life in the Cosmos.    HW3, FS4

   One of Hziulquoigmnzhah's daughters.    OO
Ythogtha    The Thing in the Pit    Appears as a colossal Deep One, with tentacles surrounding its one eye.    OA, PD, TC, TP
Yug-Siturath    The All-Consuming Fog    A vampiric vaporous entity which adsorbs vital forces.    DY
Zathog    The Black Lord of Whirling Vortices    A festering, bubbling mass that constantly churns and whirls, putting forth vestigial appendages and reabsorbing them. Bubbles burst on its surface to reveal hate-filled eyes, and slobbering mouths form and close randomly about his horrible body.    FB, WZ
Zhar and Lloigor    The Twin Obscenities    Both appear as a colossal mass of tentacles.    SA, LS, TP, SX, MT11
Zoth-Ommog    Dweller in the Depths    A gigantic entity with a cone-shaped body, a reptilian head, a beard of tentacles, and starfish-like arms.    HG, OA, TC
Zstylzhemghi    Matriarch of Swarms,
Zystulzhemgni    Spawn of the Outer God Ycnàgnnisssz, she is described as a living, alien swarm. She has a sister named Klosmiebhyx.    PN, TA, ZY, OO
Zushakon    Dark Silent One,
Old Night,
Zuchequon    Appears as a swirling, black vortex.    BH, KD
Zvilpogghua    Feaster from the Stars,
The Sky-Devil,
Ossadagowah    A bat-winged, armless toad with tentacles instead of a face.    LT, RM, SV

In Joseph S. Pulver's novel Nightmare's Disciple several new Great Old Ones and Elder Gods are named. The novel mentions T'ith and Xu'bea, The Teeth of the Dark Plains of Mwaalba. Miivls and Vn'Vulot, are said to have fought each other in southern Gondwanaland during the Cretaceous period.[27]
Outer Gods

The Outer Gods are ruled by Azathoth, the "Blind Idiot God", who holds court at the center of the universe. A group of Outer Gods dance rhythmically around Azathoth, in cadence to the piping of a demonic flute. Among the Outer Gods present at Azathoth's court are Lesser Outer Gods, the entities called "Ultimate Gods" in The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, and possibly Shub-Niggurath, the "Black Goat of the Woods". Yog-Sothoth, the "All-in-One", co-rules with Azathoth and exists at all places and in all times in the cosmos, yet is somehow locked outside the mundane universe. Nyarlathotep, the "Crawling Chaos", is the avatar and soul of the Outer Gods, and serves as an intermediary between the deities of the pantheon and their cults. The only Outer God to have a true personality, Nyarlathotep possesses a malign intellect and reveals a mocking contempt for his masters.[28]

In the Mouth of Madness:
List of Outer Gods

See Clark Ashton Smith deities.
Aiueb Gnshal

Aiueb Gnshal (The Eyes Between Worlds, The Child-Minded God)[29] is a mysterious Outer God which has his abode in a forgotten temple located somewhere in Bhutan. He appears as a formless black void with seven pulsing orb-like eyes and is mainly worshiped by ghouls which tribute him a defiled cult described in the mysterious Cambuluc Scrolls of the wizard Lang-Fu, dating back 1295 AD. Peering through the eyes of this god, after a hideous and devastating ritual, allows to see straight into Azathoth's court. It is rumoured that the power of Mongolian warlord Temujin had the favour of Aiueb Gnshal.

See Azathoth.

Azhorra-Tha[30] is an Outer God imprisoned on planet Mars as it fled from Earth after the imprisonment of the Great Old Ones. Its appearance is that of an insectoid to toad-like squid, but its shape continuously changes emitting an awful buzz. The Mi-Go discovered the prison of Azhorra-Tha millennia after and made everything to not reveal its location to any human being.
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. It is distinguishable in darkness only as vaguely shimmering oily pitch. Although intelligent, it speaks no known language and ignores attempts to communicate.
The Cloud-Thing

A man-eating, cloudy mass, unnamed Outer God at the court of Azathoth.

C'thalpa[31] (The Internal One[32]) is a huge mass of living, sentient magma, located in Earth’s mantle. She is mother of the Great Old One Shterot and other five unnamed hideous children. The Outer God is served by a race of mole-like humanoid burrowers named Talpeurs.

Cxaxukluth (Androgynous Offspring of Azathoth) is one of the Seeds or Spawn of Azathoth, grown to adulthood and monstrous proportions and power. In appearance, Cxaxukluth resembles something of a cross between Azathoth and Ubbo-Sathla: an amorphous, writhing mass of bubbling, nuclear protoplasmic gel. It normally dwells alone in some unnamed place beyond time and space, unless disturbed or summoned away.

See Ramsey Campbell deities.

D'endrrah[33] (The Divinity) is sort of blurry female entity of supernatural beauty living inside a dark palace located on Mars' Moon Deimos. She lives in a hall with myriads of mirror altering her actual image, which is that of a tentacled dark abyss. This Mythos entity is somewhat inspired to C. L. Moore's Shambleau, illusionary Martian she-vampires of lust.
 TR6, SM5

See Ramsey Campbell deities.

Gi-Hoveg (The Aether Anemone) is a cosmic entity manifesting as a gigantic spongy and fleshy mass covered in myriads of eyes and spines. It is said to be the archenemy of the Outer God Uvhash, usually summoned to contrast this deity.
 AD, CC2, SS2

Haiogh-Yai (The Outsider) is a monstrous, amorphous, whirling thing living on a wandering black hole named Vix’ni-Aldru, which also hosts a monstrous city made of titanic blocks at its center. There is served by strange, crawling creatures which resemble worms or lizards.
 TR10, CC2, SS2

Huitloxopetl (The Haunter of Dreams) is part of the innumerable spawn of Azathoth but for some reason it has not taken part to the battle between the Outer Gods and the Elder Gods and has chosen to live in Sygroth, a dark-laden galaxy located at the outermost rim of the universe. It usually manifests in dreams. This entity has been introduced in a round-robin story so far composed of 15 or more chapters and probably yet to be finished.


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