Friday, May 26, 2017

#49 - Children of the Green God & Chakota

Children of the Green God

Plain and simple, the Children of the Green God are rabbit-people. They are covered in coarse hair, have elongated ears, large eyes, sharp rodent-like teeth, move in a hopping gait, and dwell in underground warrens. There's not much else to say really. So there's Serpent People, Reptile People, Rat People, Fish People, Pig People, Insect People, and now Rabbit People. Who knew the Mythos had so many anthropomorphic animals!

#48 - Gof ’nn Hupadgh Shub-Niggurath & Watchers

Gof ’nn Hupadgh Shub-Niggurath

Also known as the blessed of Shub-Niggurath, they are a mutant race, some having the semblance of satyrs with goatish features, hooved feet and small horns, others being mostly humanoid, and still others having been horribly mutated into monstrous things. They were originally humans who were sacrificed to Shub-Niggurath, and are "reborn" with great mutations. No two are alike, and it's said that they served the basis for ancient goblin myths.

#47 - Broodlings of Eihort & Spawn of the Green Abyss

Broodlings of Eihort

Broodlings of Eihort are gestalt beings made up of millions of the tiny white spidery brood of Eihort. They form the shape of a human and can speak if needed. If "killed", the body collapses and the individual brood crawl away.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

#46 - Spectral Hunters & Flying Polyps

Spectral Hunters

Spectral Hunters are rubbery-skinned humanoids with shark-like mouths and crab-like claws. They are typically guardians of a location or object, and can become invisible at will.

#45 - Byakhee & Beings from Xiclotl


Described as "not altogether crows, nor moles, nor buzzards, nor ants, nor vampire bats, nor decomposed human beings," I've yet to actually see a Byakhee portrayed with all of those features. Because they were also said to be "tame, trained," they are generally treated as the mounts of the Mythos.

#44 - Deep Ones & Sons of Yog-Sothoth

Deep Ones

Deep Ones are humanoid fish-frogs that live in cities under the sea—though they can also survive just fine on land. They also live forever unless killed.