Behold, the greatest evil of Lovecraftian fiction.
Hasn't stopped people before.
>that ep where the MC legit just states he hates her outright when they're at the beach
The God of a Thousand Forms deserves someone that'll treat her right
> Cooking breakfast for midnight snack right now
> Scrambled eggs, bacon, salad, and diced pineapples
Thanks for the reminder eldritch abomination
Moeblobs are far removed from that shit and you know it.
> You'll never date an eldritch abomination
> You'll never see one of Lovecraft's monsters transformed into a cute girl
Nyarlathotep (in the original work, not Nyaruko) is pretty clearly meant to be an evil closer to humans though, differently from the other incomprehensible deities. That's the whole reason he takes human forms and such.
Once my foot slipped near a horribly yawning brink, and I had a moment of ecstatic fear. I must have been musing a long time, for I could not see any of the party but the plump Capt. Norrys. Then there came a sound from that inky, boundless, farther distance that I thought I knew; and I saw my old black cat dart past me like a winged Egyptian god, straight into the illimitable gulf of the unknown. But I was not far behind, for there was no doubt after another second. It was the eldritch scurrying of those fiend-born rats, always questing for new horrors, and determined to lead me on even unto those grinning caverns of earth’s centre where Nyarlathotep, the mad faceless god, howls blindly to the piping of two amorphous idiot flute-players.
>she doesn't just take him by force
>Nyarlathotep (in the original work, not Nyaruko) is pretty clearly meant to be an evil closer to humans though, differently from the other incomprehensible deities. That's the whole reason he takes human forms and such.
I read somewhere that interprets Nyarlathotep as less evil than most other creatures because at the very least, it acknowledges human beings. Yes, it tricks and hurts humans. But at least it gave a damn about humans as individuals. Most other supernatural beings barely considers humans as snowflakes or grains of sand.
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>I asked about the original Nyaruko in the racist guy's book.
Original Nya is a trickster being. Like most creatures in Lovecraft we never find out why it does what it does. But it is at least sociable and interact with humans. Even if it ended up hurting and killing people in some way.
Bloodborne actually managed to bring Lovecraftian atmosphere pretty well.
I really was hooked by the feeling of the first episode. Nyaruko felt really cute but also very sinister. I wish it didn't devolve into some shitty harem with a lovecraftian coating. I never finished the second season.
I'm more partial to Yog-Sothoth and Azathoth myself.
I'm mad that Nightgaunts were the standard enemy but they don't do what they're supposed to do
>Night-gaunts guard Ngranek, an infamous mountain on the isle of Oriab in the Dreamlands. They capture unwary climbers, tickling them into submission with their claws and barbed tails, and carry them to the lower reaches of the Dreamlands.
>tickling them into submission with their claws and barbed tails
I just wanted to see Nyaruko lose to something dumb