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    Brother Malachai got a reaction from Robin Graves in Kodex Gräuel   
    Those were dark times, prior to the rise of the Emperah. 
     

     
     
    (Hope I don't re-rail too much; it seemed appropriate.  If I have, I'm sorry.  ) 
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    Brother Malachai got a reaction from htsmithium in Kodex Gräuel   
    Those were dark times, prior to the rise of the Emperah. 
     

     
     
    (Hope I don't re-rail too much; it seemed appropriate.  If I have, I'm sorry.  ) 
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    Brother Malachai reacted to MorbidDon in Kodex Gräuel   
    Kodex Gräuel by Amadeus Aumoth is a book that serves as a compilation of various supernatural occurrences, entities, and facts. The binary version is hard to find and is very expensive. Copies of the book have been shown to be available in hardback, paperback, and dataslate. The Kodex often helps the Throne Agents with identifying entities involved in the cases that they take on...

    Amadeus Aumoth spent 60 years risking life, limb and sanity to gather true accounts of human encounters with the paranormal. His travels covered many worlds, and his somber, formal style has earned him fame and recognition by those in the know!
     
    The material herein shall serve as a repository for new perils - some may call it a Monster Manual while others know it as a Book of Threats whereas some simply define it as a Bestiary; whatever distinction you follow know well the foe!
     
    • Colour Out of Space
    • The Elder Ones
    • The Flying Polyps
    • The Great Race of Yith
    • The Illithid
    • The Invid
    • The Mi-go
    • The Hounds of Tindalos
    • The Negoi
    • The Nosferatu (Vampire)
    • The Shambler from the Stars
    • The Shoggoth
    • The Slaan, degenerate (The Deep Ones)
    • The Space Jockeys
    • The Valusian
    • The Yautja
    • The Yeti (Mutant Human)
     
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    Brother Malachai got a reaction from Sorastro in Game Geeks Review,   
    I'm rather fond of this man's channel and think he did a fair review of this game.  What do you guys think?
     

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    Brother Malachai got a reaction from Robin Graves in Call of Cthulhu Mob/NPC's Conversions?   
    Not sure who Nyarly would be, but I just found out Clark Ashton Smith's "Vulthoom" lives on Mars.  :-0
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    Brother Malachai got a reaction from Robin Graves in Need help picking dieties for End of the World.   
    Update:  I found out that Mh’ithrha from Call of Cthulhu's "Malleus Monstorum" (p. 175) and Fenris Wolf are the game entity.  Fenris Wolf is one of his guises.  :-0
     
     
    And the Deity Howard wrote about in a Cosmic Horror Story from the Norse Pantheion wasn't Thor-it was Odin!   It was in his Cosmic Horror Story "The Cairn On The Headland." 
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    Brother Malachai got a reaction from Firebeard in Do we have to tell a story?   
    With all due respect, I find it hard to believe the "solo" guy is in the military as you pretty much get pounded into your head that you are a team and success depends on the team working together as a unit from day one.  You're pretty much taught being a lone gunman is a sure-fire way of getting yourself killed.
     
    -Former U.S. Army btw. 
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    Brother Malachai got a reaction from Amroth in My Idea for a campaign that stretches across 3 books   
    I like your idea, but I would still argue a Lovecraftian "Wrath Of The Gods" would work as well as the "gods" of the Cthulhu Mythos were space aliens and even other aliens (The Star-Spawn, Mi-Go, etc...) worshiped them.  Who knows, maybe the aliens came to "free" their gods trapped on Earth?
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    Brother Malachai got a reaction from FoeHammer618 in Naturepocalypse scenario   
    Oh yes, love that series of Cards.  I was thinking though, since it's the end of the world and the gods are having at it...what if they just used their supernatural powers to resurrect the dinosaurs?    I mean, in a game where you can have nutty stuff like Zeus, Thor, and Cthulhu going at it, why not go for broke and have them resurrect dinos and mammoths and such?    Plus, I'm sure space-time will probably break down when the Great Old Ones show up anyway. 
     
     
    Also, on a unrelated note, I do remember a Robert E. Howard story (but I forget the title), where he made Thor a Lovecraftian entity/god. 
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