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  • “That is not dead which can enternal lie, And with stranges aeons, even death may die.” "Es ist nicht tot, was ewig liegt, bis das die Zeit den Tod besiegt." Diese ist wohl die bekannteste Zeile aus dem Necronomicon, die sich auf Cthulhu bezieht.
  • Despite his non-dragonic appearance, Cthulhu is a dragon. Under his tentacles lies sharp teeth, his fangs are sharp as one of a dragon. He is green, fat, has tentacles covering his sharp-teethed mouth, he has sharp dragonic claws. Its weakness are rowboats.
  • Cthulhu (クトゥルフ Kutourufu?) is a fictional cosmic entity appearing in H.P. Lovecraft's short story "The Call of Cthulhu", part of a shared fictional universe named after the entity; the Cthulhu Mythos. In Toaru Majutsu no Index, Cthulhu is a being which can be brought into existence through certain spells based off the Cthulhu Mythos.
  • Cthulhu is one of the Dark Ones who once ruled the earth millennia before mankind came into existence. He, along with the other Dark Ones, was imprisoned in the mirror dimension by the first Chosen One. Cthulhu, along with the other Dark Ones, is a master of the Deadites.
  • Cthulhu is a fictional cosmic entity created by writer H. P. Lovecraft and first introduced in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu", published in the American pulp magazine Weird Tales in 1928. Considered a Great Old One within the pantheon of Lovecraftian cosmic entities, the creature has since been featured in numerous popular culture references. Lovecraft depicts Cthulhu as a gigantic entity worshiped by cultists. Cthulhu's anatomy is described as part octopus, part man, and part dragon. Its name was given to the Lovecraft-created universe where it and its fellow entities existed, the Cthulhu Mythos.
  • Cthulhu is a fictional character in the Cthulhu Mythos and is the creation of H.P. Lovecraft. Cthulhu often includes the title Great or Dread.
  • En los Mitos de Cthulhu de H.P. Lovecraft, Cthulhu es uno de los Antiguos, dioses extraterrestres que en su día dominaron la Tierra pero luego se fueron. Pero a Cthulhu lo encadenaron al fondo del mar en la ciudad de R'lyeh. En los mitos, aparecen sirvientes de Cthulhu (que no son ojos, sino hombres-calamar), que realizan ritos y esperan su regreso.
  • Tento článek pojednává o mocném, chapadlatém bohu a o naší pravděpodobné budoucnosti.
  • Cthulhu is the one true love of all Arkhampedians. He is the patron saint of Arkham. His majestic tentacled beauty presents a visage of grace and beauty. And you too shall learn to love Cthulhu. In your own special way.
  • Cthulhu is a fictional deity in the Cthulhu Mythos. He is described as an ancient entity of immense power that manipulates the human minds. A Great Old One or Cosmic God, also known as the Outer Gods, as well as the titular figure in H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos, which formed the basis and inspiration of the Alone in the Dark series. He appears as the main antagonist in Alone in the Dark: Illumination.
  • In 2008, Cthulhu ran for president against the Allosaurus. In spite of close polls, Cthulhu ultimately lost the election.
  • Cthulhu is a Great Old One (gods of inter-dimensional origins), originally created by H.P. Lovecraft. He makes his first appearance in "Coon 2: Hindsight" and subsequently appears in "Mysterion Rises" and "Coon vs. Coon & Friends".
  • Mortels, tremblez sous la puissance de mon esprit dominateur ! Haha, c'était une blague ! En fait, je m'appelle juste Cthulhu, mais vous pouvez aussi m'appelez Jean si vous trouvez que mon nom est un peu dur à prononcer. Vous me connaissez peut-être, parce que j'ai forcément dû hanter un de vos cauchemars il y a quelques jours. Ça c'est mon article à moi sur la désencyclopédie. J'en suis fier, ça m'en a mis du temps pour comprendre votre interface ! Je lui souhaite d'aller subir les tourments des abîmes puantes de l'Infini avant que je ne dévore son essence existentielle.
  • Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn -Worshiper Chant Cthulhu was a Great Old One who is one if the beings that created the Force. He made a huge impact in the Dark Side of the force. Like the other Old Ones, Cthulhu is now in a deep sleep in the city of R'lyeh, but when the time is right he will awaken along with the others.
  • Cthulhu is considered a demon for game purposes; however, he is not covetous, and so will never teleport to meet the player. He can follow players to other levels, however. Unlike most other &, he does not respect Elbereth. When killed, he does not actually die. Instead, he turns into a stinking cloud, which will reform into him in only a few turns.
  • In his house at R'lyeh dead C'thulhu waits dreaming.
  • In band hero, cthulhu is a playable character, and the arcane online mystery serial features the followers of Great Old Ones as the main antagonists. Call of ktutu
  • Cthulhu is one of H.P. Lovecraft's most popular and frightening characters. Fortunately Cthulhu isn't real.
  • Cthulhu (クトゥルー, Kuturū)? is a demon in the series.
  • Cthulhu, prepisuje sa aj ako Tulu, Clulu, Clooloo, Cthulu, Cthullu, C'thulhu, Cighulu, Cathulu, C'thlu, Kathulu, Kutulu, Kthulhu, Q’thulu, K'tulu, Kthulhut, Kulhu, Kutunluu, Ktulu, Cuitiliú, Thu Thu a podobne, často s prívlastkami Great, Dead, alebo Dread, je podmorská ľudožravá príšera, ktorá je možno bohom, možno mimozemšťanom. Bytosť je synonymom extrémneho zla. Najlepšia výslovnosť mena je asi [kathúlú] (/kəˈθuːluː/) alebo [chlúl-hlú], každopádne sa ju neoplatí brať na ľahkú váhu. Čo je najhoršie, meno je vraj ľudami nevysloviteľné.
  • Great Cthulhu (pronounced fibble snuglom des uhlm) is the co-founder of Microsoft, a strange undersea software corporation that practices non-Euclidean business strategies. Cthulhu's premiere brainchild, the Windows Operating System, has driven countless puny human minds insane with its mad designs, and only Cthulhu's mutant minions can even pronounce the supernaturally horrific language of Windows.
  • Considerated the incontestable malignancy by almost all who know him, is believed to be an abject mixture of sepia mutant with wings of an azure dragon and the body of the Kraken, with claws that could rival those of a Telefónica executive, and eyes that inspire a comparable dread to contemplate a full program of Saturday Night Live.
  • One of the Last Great Old Ones, Cthulhu is described by his followers as 'a pulpy, octopus like head on a scaly body with dragon wings and humanoid shape', or 'Rovesque'. While his cult chants, "'Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn", or "In his house at R'lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming." You hear me, Charlene? Humanity needs you to give yourself over to Stephen. Or Cthulhu wins.
  • Cthulhu is a mysterious creature created by Bob Saget for the sole purpose of wreaking havoc upon mankind. For thousands of years Saget commanded Cthulhu to sleeping almost an eternity in the sunken city of R'yleh, awaiting the time to arise and destroy mankind. Cthulhu is a light sleeper, however, and regularly gets up to go and destroy a mortal civilization of some sort.
  • 250px|thumb|left|Cthulhu 250px|left|thumb|Cthulhu Wielki Przedwieczny, przywódca i najpotężniejszy z nich. Od niego pochodzi nazwa całej mitologii. Najpopularniejszy i najczęściej przyzywany, głównie za pomocą snów. Służą temu specjalne rytuały przekazywane w tajemnicy z pokolenia na pokolenie pośród jego wyznawców, którzy czczą go i uwielbiają z nadzieją, że gdy powróci, będą w tym powrocie uczestniczyć. Główne jego święta, kiedy nasila się aktywność i gdy najłatwiej się z nim skontaktować to 30 kwietnia i 31 października. W pewnym sensie jest martwy, choć określenie "uśpiony" bardziej pasuje do tego stanu, w którym się znajduje. Ma wiele potężnych sług również w głębinach. Należą do nich Dagon i Hydra. Legendy mówią, że Wielki Cthulhu śpi w zatopionym głęboko Mieście Cyklopów, R'lyeh i t
  • Cthulhu is the creation of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft. A form of Ultimate Evil, Cthulhu is the most immediately recognisable and memorable of the Great Old Ones, with its "flabby claws" and "awful squid-head with writhing feelers." It made its first appearance in H.P. Lovecraft's short story, The Call of Cthulhu, published in 1928. Its appearance is detailed twice in the book, first in a small bas-relief sculpture sculpted by a design student based on his dreams of Cthulhu; second in an account from a Norwegian sailor who escaped Cthulhu's city of R'lyeh (which is apparently located not far from New Zealand) and managed to wound Cthulhu. The monster has since become a common fixture in pop culture and sci-fi/fantasy writing as a way to emphasise the evilness of something.
  • Created by H.P. Lovecraft, Cthulhu is a fictional being within the the eponymous Mythos. The High Priest of the , it sleeps in the sunken city of R'lyeh, waiting for the time to be right to awaken and ravage the world. Described as a gigantic humanoid form with a squid-like head and dragon wings, Cthulhu is perhaps the most iconic figure of Lovecraft's work.
  • Cthulhu, like a number of other Great Old Ones, had been on Earth at some point following the Silurians going into hibernation. Centuries of warfare had damaged the planet and Cthulhu's only recourse was to entomb itself in a stone crypt deep within the planet in the caverns underneath Hispaniola. Its separated consciousness travelled along the time winds while its sleeping body retained its subconscious mind. The two could not be merged until an alignment of the stars as they had been when Cthulhu was whole. Due to the universe's constant expansion and evolution, perfect alignment would be impossible and Cthulhu needed others to perform rituals that would give the subconscious additional focus in drawing the consciousness from the Time Vortex.
  • Cthulu (alternate spellings / names: Tulu, Cthulu and many others) is a fictional character, one of a pantheon of fictional Great Old Ones of the Cthulhu Mythos in the writings of H. P. Lovecraft. "Cthulhu" is usually pronounced [kəˈθuːluː] (IPA transliteration), but according to Lovecraft, this is an attempt by human speakers to pronounce a name that is actually in an ancient language alien to them. Lovecraft speculated that KHLUL'HLOO, might be closer to the original name. "That is not dead which can eternal lie, And with strange æons, even death may die." ―Abdul Alhazred and
  • A Tren Krom-style character loosely based on the Lovecraftian villain, Cthulhu gave Nadle a plan to capture The Norman in order to lure Klak. Also, Mistgun has had interactions with him before, and is one of the few that Cthulhu would actually have to think about fighting. It would be a good idea not to look Cthulhu in the face -- Just ask Crazy Chester. He did once, and ever since he's been locked up in his house, the windows boarded up, every single surface painted black, and Chester just sits in there, talking to the two skinless taxidermies of his dogs. We'll have to blow up his house soon, because he could kill somebody once his house rots and he's able to get out...
  • The Cthulhu (クトゥルー Kuturū) are a race of green-hooded beings who give mysterious advice to the player when approached. One of them also finds the body of Curly Brace after she loses her memory. They are apparently native to the island (according to the credits), and some seem to know Quote, with one even asking where his "blonde pal" is, referring to Curly Brace. The name "Cthulhu" derives from a fictional creation of the horror writer H.P. Lovecraft, who describes it as an apocalyptic being with a "cuttlefish head, dragon body, scaly wings [...] and a human caricature."
  • Cthulhu is one of the central Great Old Ones of H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos. It is often cited for the extreme descriptions given of its hideous appearance, its gargantuan size, and the abject terror that it evokes. Cthulhu is often referred to in science fiction and fantasy circles as a tongue-in-cheek shorthand for extreme horror or evil.
  • Cthulhu, da bambino, veniva preso in giro da tutti gli altri déi. Zeus gli diceva che era grasso (ed era vero), Allah che era brutto (ed era vero), Nyarlathotep che ce l'aveva piccolo (non lo so, non ho mai controllato né intendo farlo), Sigmar che gli rubava la merenda colpendolo ripetutamente con un grosso martello in testa, Belzebù che si faceva un sacco di seghe con tutti quei tentacoli (ed era vero), insomma, non lo lasciavano proprio stare. Allora il povero, piccolo Cthulhu, che tanto piccolo non era, andò a costruirsi una casa, e la chiamò R'lyeh. Allora Odino, che passava di lì, guardò il posto e gli disse: "O Grande Cthulhu, ma che nome del cazzo è R'lyeh? E poi, che nome del cazzo è Cthulhu? Ma vaffancthulhu, va'!" Questo episodio, narrato nel Necronomicon, il Libro dei Nomi dei
  • Cthulhu is a powerful extraterrestrial, or even extradimensional, character or creature originating with the writings of the American horror writer Howard Phillips Lovecraft and who - or which - has since entered popular culture. Cthulhu is passingly mentioned in Random Kingdom along with several other beings from its extended universe, while some others feature in more important roles and functions.
  • Cthulhu is a huge, ancient and evil extra-terrestrial being who has been imprisoned in the black city of R'lyeh, under the waves of the South Pacific Ocean for thousands of years. It is said that he makes men mad, and his mere presence on Earth affects the subconcious of every man on the planet. His existence is generally unknown to the people of earth, but scholars of ancient texts believe he exists and that he will one day be free of his prison. Many believers have started cults which worship him, in hopes of being spared his wrath. They chant, "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" which means "In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming."
  • Cthulhu is an aquatic creature native to the the southern Pacific, who rose from Its lowly origins as a Japanese porn star to become God. , and soon became the name brand leader in Eldritch Horror. Clever publicity and marketing have given Cthulhu a reputation for omnipotence, rugosity, and squamousness that it has enjoyed since the 1920s. Yet through it all, Cthulhu has not lost the common touch, and remains a man(-thing) of the (fish-)people.
  • Cthulhu is a great squid. It once killed many of the pirates that once kidnapped Alexander, after Alexander cast a great storm spell on them to destroy them some weeks after his return home. It swallowed them after after it crushed them in its tentacles. The lone survivor washed up on the coast of Llewdor babbling about his shipmates, and kept whimpering the creature's name. His mind had been shattered by the experience and he only continued to chatter incoherently. Ia' R'lyea! Cthulhu fhtagn! Ia'! Ia' is a great spell of power to the god Cthulhu.
  • Cthulhu is weird. Cthulhu is evil, he’s like an octopus the size of a mountain. They say Cthulhu is dead. Perhaps Cthulhu is alive and dreaming. Cthulhu can’t live now because the stars aren’t right. The giant Cthulhu sleeps. Cthulhu has something to do with Hastur and isn’t quite safe. Even when Cthulhu is inert and sleeping somehow he does things to our earth, or perhaps he doesn’t, or perhaps his followers do, or perhaps a parallel world affects us.
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Level
  • 50
  • 67
  • 78
Era
  • 1
CP
  • 113
Alignment
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descni
  • The enigmatic natives
Row 4 info
  • Unknown
  • H. P. Lovecraft
Battle Start
  • Descend into madness!
Soldiers
  • 3800
  • 4180
skill lv
  • Deal 100% DMG to all enemies / Unable to move 2 turns / 15% chance
  • Deal 100% DMG to all enemies / Unable to move 2 turns / 10% chance
skill 2 lv
  • Only available against current Archwitches.
  • Deal 15X DMG to Archwitches / Subjugation Points Earned 50% UP
  • Deal 10X DMG to Archwitches / Subjugation Points Earned 30% UP
Row 1 info
  • 1928
  • Cthulhu
Hit
  • 117
  • 143
Row 4 title
  • Created by
  • Dietary classification
Row 2 info
  • The Great Dreamer
  • High Priest of the Great Old Ones
  • The Sleeper of R'lyeh
  • Weird Tales vol. 11 #2
Mag
  • 133
Row 1 title
  • Real Name
  • First reported
procs
  • -1
  • 2
Stamina
  • Supernatural
Intelligence
  • Nigh-Omniscient
Row 5 info
  • Fictional
str
  • 22
  • 32
Row 2 title
  • First Appearance
  • Other names
ATK
  • 178
  • 220
  • 3950
  • 4345
friendship max
  • I want you by my side for my
  • next lengthy slumber.
Resistances
LCK
  • 5
  • 11
STM
  • 15
  • 22
Agl
  • 11
  • 15
Row 5 title
  • Validity
friendship event
  • And to thank you, you may
  • It was worth waking if I get
  • join me for all eternity.
  • to keep fighting.
battle end
  • Yawn... So...sleepy...
Row 3 info
  • Popular Fiction
  • R'lyeh Underwater City
MGC
  • 14
  • 18
Rarity
  • SR
descag
  • The mysterious native inhabitants
Row 3 title
  • Regions
  • Original Publisher
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Range
  • Universe Level
Box Title
  • Cthulhu
Relatives
Job
  • Ruler of Darkness
Element
  • Cool
Faction
  • Great Old Ones
Eyes
  • Red
Enemy
Origin
Power
  • większe bóstwo
Age
  • Billions of years old
  • Around Since 1926
Speed
  • 18
Final
  • "Coon vs. Coon & Friends"
domains
  • Zło, Śmierć, Zniszczenie, Woda
Weapon
  • macka
Status
  • Effectively Immortal
Appearance
  • "Coon 2: Hindsight"
Affiliation
Spouse
Game
Hair
  • None
Difficulty
  • 61
Name
  • Cthulhu
  • Cthulhu
MP
  • 202
  • 363
Align
  • 0
  • Dark-Law
Frequency
  • Unique
Caption
  • Cthulhu
  • Cthulhu
  • DeviantArt artist douzen's rendition. Source
First
  • "The Call of Cthulhu"
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  • -1
  • 2
skill g2 lv
  • Only available against current Archwitches.
  • Deal 15X DMG to Archwitches / Subjugation Points Earned 50% UP
skill g2 end
  • 2016-02-12
skill G
  • Great DMGx15/ Pt+
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Width
  • 250
Reference
fgcolor
  • #fff
meet
  • Better say your prayers!
  • You dare wake Cthulhu?
Created by
Weight
  • 3000
Alias
  • Dagon
  • Hydra (przedwieczna)
  • Tulu, Clulu, Clooloo, Cthulu, Cthullu, C'thulhu, Cighulu, Cathulu, C'thlu, Kathulu, Kutulu, Kthulhu, Q’thulu, K'tulu, Kthulhut, Kulhu, Kutunluu, Ktulu, Cuitiliú, Thu Thu, High Priest of the Great Old Ones, The Great Dreamer, The Sleeper of R'lyeh
Height
  • Unknown
Species
Title
  • Supreme Authoriter of All Things
  • Wielki, Martwy, Straszliwy, Tulu, Tluhluh
mr
  • 95
DEF
  • 164
  • 200
  • 3850
  • 4235
Clan
  • Vile
Skill
  • Great DMGx10/ Pt+
  • Serpent Sword
  • Marin Karin Constrict Scan Cleave Suck
  • Tetrakarn Constrict Shock Suck Cleave
AC
  • -15
BGCOLOR
  • #000
Description
  • The very sight of this ancient and evil aquatic goddess can drive people mad.
Powers
  • Superhuman Strength, Nigh Invulnerability, Flight, Madness Manipulation, Immortality, Telepathy, Reality Manipulation
Cost
  • 39
  • 47
Before
Religion
  • Cult of Cthulhu
Symbol
  • wizerunek Cthulhu
friendship
  • You laid eyes upon me yet
  • remained sane. Impressive...
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Years
  • Present—2099
Home
  • Plan Materialny/R'lyeh
After
Affiliations
  • Great Old Ones
int
  • 14
  • 21
Homeworld
Attacks
  • 172800.0
Family
  • Shub-Niggurath
  • Azathoth
  • Yog-Sothoth
  • Nug
HP
  • 998
  • 999
Only
  • White Darkness
Classification
  • Cosmic Entity
Gender
  • Male
  • Genderless
Race
Born
  • **Expanded Mythos**
  • Vhoorl, 23rd nebula
Experience
  • 3467
portfolio
  • sen, koszmary, przerażenie, śmierć, szaleństwo
Super
Birth
  • The Beginning of Time
Location
  • Outer Space
Size
  • Gigantic
NOA
  • 3
AVD
  • 115
  • 140
skill 2 end
  • 2016-02-12
atk g
  • 5214
cost g
  • 52
Mef
  • 17
  • 26
Mpw
  • 17
  • 23
def g
  • 5082
skill g lv
  • Deal 100% DMG to all enemies / Unable to move 2 turns / 20% chance
  • Deal 100% DMG to all enemies / Unable to move 2 turns / 15% chance
soldiers g
  • 4598
genocidable
  • no
resistances conveyed
  • none
nutr
  • 500
destructive capacity
  • Sun Level
awaken s
  • 15
awaken m
  • 10
awaken chance
  • 40
awaken l
  • 5
awaken orb
  • 1
noface
  • yes
addsprite
  • h: Halloween; c: Christmas
abstract
  • “That is not dead which can enternal lie, And with stranges aeons, even death may die.” "Es ist nicht tot, was ewig liegt, bis das die Zeit den Tod besiegt." Diese ist wohl die bekannteste Zeile aus dem Necronomicon, die sich auf Cthulhu bezieht.
  • Despite his non-dragonic appearance, Cthulhu is a dragon. Under his tentacles lies sharp teeth, his fangs are sharp as one of a dragon. He is green, fat, has tentacles covering his sharp-teethed mouth, he has sharp dragonic claws. Its weakness are rowboats.
  • Cthulhu (クトゥルフ Kutourufu?) is a fictional cosmic entity appearing in H.P. Lovecraft's short story "The Call of Cthulhu", part of a shared fictional universe named after the entity; the Cthulhu Mythos. In Toaru Majutsu no Index, Cthulhu is a being which can be brought into existence through certain spells based off the Cthulhu Mythos.
  • Cthulhu is one of the Dark Ones who once ruled the earth millennia before mankind came into existence. He, along with the other Dark Ones, was imprisoned in the mirror dimension by the first Chosen One. Cthulhu, along with the other Dark Ones, is a master of the Deadites.
  • Cthulhu, like a number of other Great Old Ones, had been on Earth at some point following the Silurians going into hibernation. Centuries of warfare had damaged the planet and Cthulhu's only recourse was to entomb itself in a stone crypt deep within the planet in the caverns underneath Hispaniola. Its separated consciousness travelled along the time winds while its sleeping body retained its subconscious mind. The two could not be merged until an alignment of the stars as they had been when Cthulhu was whole. Due to the universe's constant expansion and evolution, perfect alignment would be impossible and Cthulhu needed others to perform rituals that would give the subconscious additional focus in drawing the consciousness from the Time Vortex. When the correct alignment occurred in 1915, Cthulhu's body was able to dream for several days and this created a pervasive psychic background at .338 microbars of pressure. Gilles Lemaitre, using the vodoun ritual of Wete Mo Nan Dlo, attempted to restore Cthulhu. Cthulhu, in turn, helped Mait in his plans to create an army of zombies and a device to control them. Before Mait could awaken Cthulhu, the Doctor managed to set explosives in the tomb which killed Mait and resealed the Great Old One's tomb. (PROSE: White Darkness) By the 21st century, Cthulhu's name entered popular culture. Cthulhu Gate was a software company that made computer games. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead)
  • Cthulhu is a fictional cosmic entity created by writer H. P. Lovecraft and first introduced in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu", published in the American pulp magazine Weird Tales in 1928. Considered a Great Old One within the pantheon of Lovecraftian cosmic entities, the creature has since been featured in numerous popular culture references. Lovecraft depicts Cthulhu as a gigantic entity worshiped by cultists. Cthulhu's anatomy is described as part octopus, part man, and part dragon. Its name was given to the Lovecraft-created universe where it and its fellow entities existed, the Cthulhu Mythos.
  • Cthulhu is a fictional character in the Cthulhu Mythos and is the creation of H.P. Lovecraft. Cthulhu often includes the title Great or Dread.
  • En los Mitos de Cthulhu de H.P. Lovecraft, Cthulhu es uno de los Antiguos, dioses extraterrestres que en su día dominaron la Tierra pero luego se fueron. Pero a Cthulhu lo encadenaron al fondo del mar en la ciudad de R'lyeh. En los mitos, aparecen sirvientes de Cthulhu (que no son ojos, sino hombres-calamar), que realizan ritos y esperan su regreso.
  • Cthulhu is one of the central Great Old Ones of H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos. It is often cited for the extreme descriptions given of its hideous appearance, its gargantuan size, and the abject terror that it evokes. Cthulhu is often referred to in science fiction and fantasy circles as a tongue-in-cheek shorthand for extreme horror or evil. After its first appearance in "The Call of Cthulhu", Cthulhu makes a few minor appearances in other of Lovecraft's works. August Derleth, a correspondent of Lovecraft's, used the creature's name to identify the system of lore employed by Lovecraft and his literary successors, the Cthulhu Mythos.
  • Cthulhu is an aquatic creature native to the the southern Pacific, who rose from Its lowly origins as a Japanese porn star to become God. , and soon became the name brand leader in Eldritch Horror. Clever publicity and marketing have given Cthulhu a reputation for omnipotence, rugosity, and squamousness that it has enjoyed since the 1920s. Yet through it all, Cthulhu has not lost the common touch, and remains a man(-thing) of the (fish-)people. "Cthumley" from the streets of Cthompton to its friends, Cthulhu divides Its time between work and play. Sure, everyone knows about Its efforts to keep the South Pacific free of debris, and Its pioneering work in long-distance communications. But not many people know where Cthulhu went to school or what Cthulhu likes to have for breakfast . Since retiring from professional soul-shattering Cthulhu prefers spend its quiet time enjoying cartoons and playing World of Warcraft. Personal relationships are rumored with Margaret Thatcher, due to their shared ethos of total devastation, apocalyptic destruction and the end of life on this planet as we know it. Currently, Cthulhu is thought to be an Eurgrebu. Its whale-squid ancestry makes It invulnerable to sunlight; however, Cthulhu still enjoys living in dark places, i.e. its sunken vacation home R'lyeh. Cthulhu remains the only Eurgrebu (or any kind of Grue for that matter) to ever go to college. He was presented the Minorities Achievement Award at the 26th annual Los Angeles Education Convention, after which he promptly devoured all of those present. Though Cthulhu enjoys spending time in Its ancient sunken vacation home R'lyeh, It makes frequent trips to Cedar Point, Tokyo, and the Bay Area, and maintains a business office in Provo, Utah . Though name-recognition is as strong as ever, in recent years Cthulhu has made an effort to reach a younger audience, making guest appearances on such shows as Digimon, Ghostbusters, The Jerry Springer Show, and The View. Although technically he has not awakened from his watery slumber, he now hosts a phone-in show where he dispenses advice in-between reminders that HE WILL EAT YOUR SOULS!
  • Cthulhu is the creation of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft. A form of Ultimate Evil, Cthulhu is the most immediately recognisable and memorable of the Great Old Ones, with its "flabby claws" and "awful squid-head with writhing feelers." It made its first appearance in H.P. Lovecraft's short story, The Call of Cthulhu, published in 1928. Its appearance is detailed twice in the book, first in a small bas-relief sculpture sculpted by a design student based on his dreams of Cthulhu; second in an account from a Norwegian sailor who escaped Cthulhu's city of R'lyeh (which is apparently located not far from New Zealand) and managed to wound Cthulhu. The monster has since become a common fixture in pop culture and sci-fi/fantasy writing as a way to emphasise the evilness of something. Cthulhu was a favoured method of Sue disposal in the early days of the PPC, but The Rules now dictate that, in the interests of keeping Cthulhu lithe and fit and unSueified, he is to no longer be fed Sues. Unless it would be funny.
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  • Cthulhu is the one true love of all Arkhampedians. He is the patron saint of Arkham. His majestic tentacled beauty presents a visage of grace and beauty. And you too shall learn to love Cthulhu. In your own special way.
  • Cthulhu is a fictional deity in the Cthulhu Mythos. He is described as an ancient entity of immense power that manipulates the human minds. A Great Old One or Cosmic God, also known as the Outer Gods, as well as the titular figure in H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos, which formed the basis and inspiration of the Alone in the Dark series. He appears as the main antagonist in Alone in the Dark: Illumination.
  • In 2008, Cthulhu ran for president against the Allosaurus. In spite of close polls, Cthulhu ultimately lost the election.
  • The Cthulhu (クトゥルー Kuturū) are a race of green-hooded beings who give mysterious advice to the player when approached. One of them also finds the body of Curly Brace after she loses her memory. They are apparently native to the island (according to the credits), and some seem to know Quote, with one even asking where his "blonde pal" is, referring to Curly Brace. The name "Cthulhu" derives from a fictional creation of the horror writer H.P. Lovecraft, who describes it as an apocalyptic being with a "cuttlefish head, dragon body, scaly wings [...] and a human caricature." Whenever Quote approaches one, their eyes open, revealing them to be an eerie white color.
  • Cthulhu is a Great Old One (gods of inter-dimensional origins), originally created by H.P. Lovecraft. He makes his first appearance in "Coon 2: Hindsight" and subsequently appears in "Mysterion Rises" and "Coon vs. Coon & Friends".
  • Cthulhu is a great squid. It once killed many of the pirates that once kidnapped Alexander, after Alexander cast a great storm spell on them to destroy them some weeks after his return home. It swallowed them after after it crushed them in its tentacles. The lone survivor washed up on the coast of Llewdor babbling about his shipmates, and kept whimpering the creature's name. His mind had been shattered by the experience and he only continued to chatter incoherently. Ia' R'lyea! Cthulhu fhtagn! Ia'! Ia' is a great spell of power to the god Cthulhu. It speaks of both the god and the city R'lyea where he lies. The inhabitants of Whateley Manor, the former people of Innsmouth were great sorcerers and may have been worshipers of Cthulhu. When they withdrew, most went into the sea perhaps heading for R'lyea.
  • Cthulhu is weird. Cthulhu is evil, he’s like an octopus the size of a mountain. They say Cthulhu is dead. Perhaps Cthulhu is alive and dreaming. Cthulhu can’t live now because the stars aren’t right. The giant Cthulhu sleeps. Cthulhu has something to do with Hastur and isn’t quite safe. Even when Cthulhu is inert and sleeping somehow he does things to our earth, or perhaps he doesn’t, or perhaps his followers do, or perhaps a parallel world affects us. British Druids await King Arthur and the Wizard Merlin. Jews await Elijah and Christians expect the second coming of Jesus which will bring good things for some and terrible judgement for others. Later Cthulhu will come back and Cthulhu will do powerful things. The followers of Cthulhu are waiting for him and hoping or fearing. When Cthulhu returns there could be terror and destruction.
  • Mortels, tremblez sous la puissance de mon esprit dominateur ! Haha, c'était une blague ! En fait, je m'appelle juste Cthulhu, mais vous pouvez aussi m'appelez Jean si vous trouvez que mon nom est un peu dur à prononcer. Vous me connaissez peut-être, parce que j'ai forcément dû hanter un de vos cauchemars il y a quelques jours. Ça c'est mon article à moi sur la désencyclopédie. J'en suis fier, ça m'en a mis du temps pour comprendre votre interface ! Je lui souhaite d'aller subir les tourments des abîmes puantes de l'Infini avant que je ne dévore son essence existentielle.
  • Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn -Worshiper Chant Cthulhu was a Great Old One who is one if the beings that created the Force. He made a huge impact in the Dark Side of the force. Like the other Old Ones, Cthulhu is now in a deep sleep in the city of R'lyeh, but when the time is right he will awaken along with the others.
  • Cthulhu is considered a demon for game purposes; however, he is not covetous, and so will never teleport to meet the player. He can follow players to other levels, however. Unlike most other &, he does not respect Elbereth. When killed, he does not actually die. Instead, he turns into a stinking cloud, which will reform into him in only a few turns.
  • Cthulhu is a powerful extraterrestrial, or even extradimensional, character or creature originating with the writings of the American horror writer Howard Phillips Lovecraft and who - or which - has since entered popular culture. Cthulhu is passingly mentioned in Random Kingdom along with several other beings from its extended universe, while some others feature in more important roles and functions. Cthulhu came to Terra before the advent of humanity together with numerous human-sized "copies" of himself, which may be his offspring and which are known as Cthulhids or Cthulli. Cthulhu, like other beings from his "family tree", requires specific stellar constellations and in their absence must enter a state of magically-induced "hibernation". As these constellations passed, he went into hibernation in the city of R'lyeh, which then sank under the ocean in the millions of years of geological change. Still, ancient civilizations, even in historical times, had knowledge of Cthulhu and other related beings. It is probable that this knowledge was passed to them from the ancient and pre-historical civilizations of Atlantis, Mu and Lemuria. Cthulhu is one of a handful of superbosses that are actually fought (along with Maitreya/Metatron and Ultimate Weapon), and generally comparable to them in power level, which is, fittingly, that of a deity. Cthulhu, and other characters/monsters of his power level, represent the "upper limit" of what human characters, even great heroes, can reasonably challenge in Random Kingdom. Although far from omnipotent, any creatures above his power level are so far above humanity (and other races that usually inhabit the settings), that they can barely be comprehended, although such beings do exist.
  • In his house at R'lyeh dead C'thulhu waits dreaming.
  • Cthulhu is a mysterious creature created by Bob Saget for the sole purpose of wreaking havoc upon mankind. For thousands of years Saget commanded Cthulhu to sleeping almost an eternity in the sunken city of R'yleh, awaiting the time to arise and destroy mankind. Cthulhu is a light sleeper, however, and regularly gets up to go and destroy a mortal civilization of some sort. There is currently no known way to prevent Cthulhu's wrath once he has decided on a target. Theorists suggest that saying "please" may have an effect, but tests are inconclusive as the feces of the researchers have not been recovered.
  • In band hero, cthulhu is a playable character, and the arcane online mystery serial features the followers of Great Old Ones as the main antagonists. Call of ktutu
  • Cthulhu is one of H.P. Lovecraft's most popular and frightening characters. Fortunately Cthulhu isn't real.
  • Cthulhu (クトゥルー, Kuturū)? is a demon in the series.
  • Cthulhu, prepisuje sa aj ako Tulu, Clulu, Clooloo, Cthulu, Cthullu, C'thulhu, Cighulu, Cathulu, C'thlu, Kathulu, Kutulu, Kthulhu, Q’thulu, K'tulu, Kthulhut, Kulhu, Kutunluu, Ktulu, Cuitiliú, Thu Thu a podobne, často s prívlastkami Great, Dead, alebo Dread, je podmorská ľudožravá príšera, ktorá je možno bohom, možno mimozemšťanom. Bytosť je synonymom extrémneho zla. Najlepšia výslovnosť mena je asi [kathúlú] (/kəˈθuːluː/) alebo [chlúl-hlú], každopádne sa ju neoplatí brať na ľahkú váhu. Čo je najhoršie, meno je vraj ľudami nevysloviteľné.
  • Cthulhu is a huge, ancient and evil extra-terrestrial being who has been imprisoned in the black city of R'lyeh, under the waves of the South Pacific Ocean for thousands of years. It is said that he makes men mad, and his mere presence on Earth affects the subconcious of every man on the planet. His existence is generally unknown to the people of earth, but scholars of ancient texts believe he exists and that he will one day be free of his prison. Many believers have started cults which worship him, in hopes of being spared his wrath. They chant, "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" which means "In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming." Cthulhu is described as "an octopus, a dragon, and a human caricature." It is described as having "A pulpy, tentacled head surmounted a grotesque scaly body with rudimentary wings" and "possessing "flabby claws." At one point, Cthulhu is accidentally freed by a group of sailors and is described as green and gelatinous and "a mountain walked or stumbled." The survivors use a boat to ram its head when it chases them into the ocean. They manage to injure the slow moving beast, but the injury regenerates and Cthulhu continues to move into the sea.
  • Great Cthulhu (pronounced fibble snuglom des uhlm) is the co-founder of Microsoft, a strange undersea software corporation that practices non-Euclidean business strategies. Cthulhu's premiere brainchild, the Windows Operating System, has driven countless puny human minds insane with its mad designs, and only Cthulhu's mutant minions can even pronounce the supernaturally horrific language of Windows.
  • Considerated the incontestable malignancy by almost all who know him, is believed to be an abject mixture of sepia mutant with wings of an azure dragon and the body of the Kraken, with claws that could rival those of a Telefónica executive, and eyes that inspire a comparable dread to contemplate a full program of Saturday Night Live.
  • 250px|thumb|left|Cthulhu 250px|left|thumb|Cthulhu Wielki Przedwieczny, przywódca i najpotężniejszy z nich. Od niego pochodzi nazwa całej mitologii. Najpopularniejszy i najczęściej przyzywany, głównie za pomocą snów. Służą temu specjalne rytuały przekazywane w tajemnicy z pokolenia na pokolenie pośród jego wyznawców, którzy czczą go i uwielbiają z nadzieją, że gdy powróci, będą w tym powrocie uczestniczyć. Główne jego święta, kiedy nasila się aktywność i gdy najłatwiej się z nim skontaktować to 30 kwietnia i 31 października. W pewnym sensie jest martwy, choć określenie "uśpiony" bardziej pasuje do tego stanu, w którym się znajduje. Ma wiele potężnych sług również w głębinach. Należą do nich Dagon i Hydra. Legendy mówią, że Wielki Cthulhu śpi w zatopionym głęboko Mieście Cyklopów, R'lyeh i tylko czeka na odpowiedni układ planet, by powrócić i wziąć we władanie to, co mu się należy. Nas. Z wyglądu jest skrzyżowaniem ośmiornicy (otoczona mackami głowa), człowieka (postura) i smoka (błoniaste skrzydła, pokryte łuską ciało i zakończone pazurami odnóża).
  • Created by H.P. Lovecraft, Cthulhu is a fictional being within the the eponymous Mythos. The High Priest of the , it sleeps in the sunken city of R'lyeh, waiting for the time to be right to awaken and ravage the world. Described as a gigantic humanoid form with a squid-like head and dragon wings, Cthulhu is perhaps the most iconic figure of Lovecraft's work. Perhaps the most direct link to the Yellow Mythos is with Hastur itself. In some Mythos lore, Cthulhu and Hastur are said to be "half-brothers" (Hastur is sometimes portrayed as having a vaguely octopid form reminiscent of Cthulhu). In some stories it is indicated that the two Great Old Ones do not get along, resulting in a rivalry of sorts.
  • One of the Last Great Old Ones, Cthulhu is described by his followers as 'a pulpy, octopus like head on a scaly body with dragon wings and humanoid shape', or 'Rovesque'. While his cult chants, "'Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn", or "In his house at R'lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming." What is not widely known is that Cthulhu is actually have a nightmare about Stephen Colbert vanquishing him with his instinct for truth. Also, he fears that Stephen Colbert's Formula 401 Sperm Kit will lead to the birth of a creature that the Great Old Ones will be forever banished by, but only if the mother is the oft spoken of maiden, Charlene. You hear me, Charlene? Humanity needs you to give yourself over to Stephen. Or Cthulhu wins.
  • A Tren Krom-style character loosely based on the Lovecraftian villain, Cthulhu gave Nadle a plan to capture The Norman in order to lure Klak. Also, Mistgun has had interactions with him before, and is one of the few that Cthulhu would actually have to think about fighting. It would be a good idea not to look Cthulhu in the face -- Just ask Crazy Chester. He did once, and ever since he's been locked up in his house, the windows boarded up, every single surface painted black, and Chester just sits in there, talking to the two skinless taxidermies of his dogs. We'll have to blow up his house soon, because he could kill somebody once his house rots and he's able to get out... ...Anyway. The sources say that Cthulhu usually appears as 'A stumbling mountain, with an utterly grotesque visage, and a face comprised of a disgusting mass of tentacles and feelers.' He is limited to how much of his powers he can use by the stars -- When the stars don't shine in his favor, he becomes anchored to his current location, unable to leave...But when the stars do shine in his favor, he can fly to any planet he so wishes, sowing mayhem, destruction and dischord wherever he sets foot. Atrocious fellow. Though many would say that he was sucked into a plot hole, he was not. In fact, due to the disastrous effects of the Pandorica, Cthulhu was set free, but somehow teleported across the multiverse several times, until he landed in a place known as "H.P Lovecraft's Mind". And the rest, is history....
  • Cthulu (alternate spellings / names: Tulu, Cthulu and many others) is a fictional character, one of a pantheon of fictional Great Old Ones of the Cthulhu Mythos in the writings of H. P. Lovecraft. "Cthulhu" is usually pronounced [kəˈθuːluː] (IPA transliteration), but according to Lovecraft, this is an attempt by human speakers to pronounce a name that is actually in an ancient language alien to them. Lovecraft speculated that KHLUL'HLOO, might be closer to the original name. "That is not dead which can eternal lie, And with strange æons, even death may die." ―Abdul Alhazred Cthulhu is a godlike being who would supposedly lay waste to the world if ever awoken from his slumber in the sunken city of R'lyeh, located somewhere under the Southeast Pacific. Because of this, Cthulhu might be described as "evil" although it is unclear whether this term applies to such an utterly alien being. In The Call of Cthulhu and other related works, Lovecraft implies that Cthulhu is not necessarially malevolent, but instead an a-moral being whose alien mind transcends human notions of good and evil. By way of analogy, Cthulhu might view the human populace of Earth in the same way a human sees an insect. Humans might worship Cthulhu as he lies sleeping, but in the grand scheme of things, they are immaterial to his designs. (It is implied, however, that Cthulhu will ultimately require some outside assistance to escape his watery tomb in R'yleh "when the stars are right.") Physically, Cthulhu was said to have a bloated, humanoid body, greenish in color. His head was tentacled, with the tentacles arranged about his maw. Two bat-like wings sprouted from his back. His skin was said to be "flabby" and slimy. Cthulhu's exact height is not given, but the creature was able to pursue a ship through the Pacific Ocean, albeit on some still-underwater portion of risen R'lyeh, for some distance and still keep most of its body above water. Writes Lovecraft: "If I say that my somewhat extravagant imagination yielded simultaneous pictures of an octopus, a dragon, and a human caricature, I shall not be unfaithful to the spirit of the thing. A pulpy, tentacled head surmounted a grotesque and scaly body with rudimentary wings... It represented a monster of vaguely anthropoid outline, but with an octopus-like head whose face was a mass of feelers, a scaly, rubbery-looking body, prodigious claws on hind and fore feet, and long, narrow wings behind. This thing, which seemed instinct with a fearsome and unnatural malignancy, was of a somewhat bloated corpulence..." ―H.P. Lovecraft Cthulhu is closely identified with the quotes from the Necronomicon: "That is not dead which can eternal lie, And with strange æons, even death may die" and "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn." Which translates to "In his house at R'lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming." Although the cycle of stories written by Lovecraft and continued by his friends and literary successors bear the badge "The Cthulhu Mythos" (a label first used by August Derleth), Cthulhu is actually one of the least of the terrible creatures in the pantheon and indeed makes only one appearance (The Call of Cthulhu) as an active character in all of Lovecraft's work. Indeed, much of what has now become labeled as "The Cthulhu Mythos" is in actuality at great variance with Lovecraft's original conceptions. Therefore much of the lore on Cthulhu came only after his death, mostly the invention of Derleth and a departure from Lovecraft's original valueless, meaningless universe with no eternal struggle. There is never any mention of alliances between Cthulhu and other entities outside of the Cult of Cthulhu in Lovecraft's works. According to Derleth's stories, Cthulhu is neither the most powerful one nor a leader among the God-like mythos creatures; those would be Yog-Sothoth, "the Lurker at the Threshold", and Azathoth, "the blind, idiot god", respectively. Like many others, Cthulhu is worshipped by a cult of followers that manages to survive through the centuries, and his cult is indeed the most wide-spread, containing the largest number of worshippers and arguably the most effective at recruiting new members. Though Cthulhu himself continues to be sleeping and dreaming in R'lyeh, this cult continues to expand its activities in his name. The cult's behind-the-scenes actions play a major role in stories of the Mythos, and through them Cthulhu continues to have an indirect influence in many stories. Though arguably the best known figure of the pantheon, a number of stories by Derleth present his alliance with the other Mythos creatures as an uneasy one at best. At least one of the other Great Old Ones acts as a rival to his power and a personal enemy to Cthulhu. This is Hastur, "Lord of the Interstellar Spaces", currently residing in the Hyades. Derleth did not create Hastur, but he was responsible for his introduction to the Mythos as Cthulhu's worst enemy and half-brother. Various stories present Hastur's cult offering assistance to those trying to prevent Cthulhu's awakening, or make other mention to the rivalry between the two. In Derleth's The Return of Hastur, first published in March, 1939, the two Gods even physically confront each other, albeit briefly. Cthulhu has several avatars: * B'moth / Beh'moth, the Devourer * Chorazin Cthulhu mated with the quasi-female entity Idh-Yaa to produce four offspring: Ghatanothoa, Ythogtha, Zoth-Ommog, and Cthylla. Cthulhu is also a recurring character on the webcomics Ghastly's Ghastly Comic, User Friendly, Irregular Webcomic!, and Mac Hall. Cthulhu also appears as a recurring character in writer/artist Matt Howarth’s Those Annoying Post Bros and Savage Henry comic books (under the spelling, C’Thulu) as a member of the fictional electronic music band, “The Bulldaggers.” Cthulhu plushies (stuffed animals) are available from a number of vendors. Cthulhu and his cult (along with other Mythos references) also appeared in an episode of the Real Ghostbusters animated series. The heavy metal band Metallica made two songs about Cthulhu, "The Call of Ktulu" (written by former guitarist Dave Mustaine and recorded on 1984's Ride the Lightning) and "The Thing That Should Not Be" (on 1986's Master of Puppets). The band's late bassist Cliff Burton was an avid fan of H. P. Lovecraft. Another band, Cradle of Filth made a song about Cthulhu also, "Cthulhu Dawn" (on Midian). In the song, they pronounce it [kəˈθuːluː]. There are many filk songs about Cthulhu, where the name is also pronounced [kəˈθuːluː].
  • Cthulhu, da bambino, veniva preso in giro da tutti gli altri déi. Zeus gli diceva che era grasso (ed era vero), Allah che era brutto (ed era vero), Nyarlathotep che ce l'aveva piccolo (non lo so, non ho mai controllato né intendo farlo), Sigmar che gli rubava la merenda colpendolo ripetutamente con un grosso martello in testa, Belzebù che si faceva un sacco di seghe con tutti quei tentacoli (ed era vero), insomma, non lo lasciavano proprio stare. Allora il povero, piccolo Cthulhu, che tanto piccolo non era, andò a costruirsi una casa, e la chiamò R'lyeh. Allora Odino, che passava di lì, guardò il posto e gli disse: "O Grande Cthulhu, ma che nome del cazzo è R'lyeh? E poi, che nome del cazzo è Cthulhu? Ma vaffancthulhu, va'!" Questo episodio, narrato nel Necronomicon, il Libro dei Nomi dei Gay, che tra le altre cose elenca appunto i nomi di tutte le celebrità omosessuali del mondo, ci insegna varie cose: 1. * Che R'lyeh e Cthulhu sono nomi del cazzo anche secondo gli déi, 2. * Che anche tra le divinità si sviluppa il bullismo, 3. * Che Arnold Schwarzenegger in realtà e gay (c'è scritto nel Necronomicon), 4. * L'origine della diffusissima espressione "Ma vaffancthulhu, va'!",
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