If you’re a fan of H.P.Lovecraft you may recognise and hopefully enjoy seeing this. If you’re unaware of H.P.Lovecraft, then peel the rime off your eyeballs and get into this world of ultimate, sanity-blasting cosmic horror…
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These critters have quite an enigmatic position within Lovecraft’s Mythos. I enjoy using them in RPG sessions for their ability to shift in and out of the characters plane of reality, potentially as a kidnap / assassin type role; but I’m looking forward to mapping out a bit more detail (at some point) their ‘culture’ and wider motives within the Universe, and beyond.
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David J. Rodger (born 1970 in Newcastle Upon Tyne) is a British science fiction & fantasy author and game designer best known for his novels set in a near-future world of corporate and political intrigue. So far he has published five novels; four that are set in the same world: God Seed; Dante’s Fool; Iron Man Project and Edge, and one, Dog Eat Dog, set within the post-apocalyptic world of Yellow Dawn.