Mind Flayers seem to look a whole lot like Cthulhu. Is there any relationship/inspiration between the two?
Are there any official (ie. published by Chaosium or its licensees) sources on what the Deep Ones (and, secondarily, similarly "human-scoped" creatures: ghouls, Mi-Go etc) of the Cthulhu Mythos are up ...
Cthulhu seems difficult to use in scenarios: not least because, according to Lovecraft's story, it takes a ship to kill him. Which published scenarios feature Cthulhu prominently? I'm mainly ...
I'm a huge sucker for blending cthulu-inspired material into high fantasy. I can't stop myself. What books (and magazine articles) provide background (3rd party material okay). Please specify as much ...
Wikipedia states: Demogorgon is based on the invented, supposedly pagan god or demon Demogorgon, which was first spoken of by Christian scholars as a being whose very name is taboo. A creature ...