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In 1996, Chaosium published The Nyarlathotep Cycle, a Cthulhu Mythos anthology focusing on works referring to or inspired by the entity Nyarlathotep. Edited by Lovecraft scholar Robert M. Price, the book includes an introduction by Price tracing the roots and development of the God of a Thousand Forms. The contents include:


* "Alhireth-Hotep the Prophet" by Lord Dunsany

* "The Sorrow of Search" by Lord Dunsany

* "Nyarlathotep" by H. P. Lovecraft

* "The Second Coming" (poem) by William Butler Yeats

* "Silence Falls on Mecca’s Walls" (poem) by Robert E. Howard

* "Nyarlathotep" (poem) by H. P. Lovecraft

* "The Dreams in the Witch House" by H. P. Lovecraft

* "The Haunter of the Dark" by H. P. Lovecraft

* "The Dweller in Darkness" by August Derleth

* "The Titan in the Crypt" by J. G. Warner

* "Fane of the Black Pharaoh" by Robert Bloch

* "Curse of the Black Pharaoh" by Lin Carter

* "The Curse of Nephren-Ka" by John Cockroft

* "The Temple of Nephren-Ka" by Philip J. Rahman & Glenn A. Rahman

* "The Papyrus of Nephren-Ka" by Robert C. Culp

* "The Snout in the Alcove" by Gary Myers

* "The Contemplative Sphinx" (poem) by Richard Tierney

* "Ech-Pi-El’s Ægypt" (poems) by Ann K. Schwader

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I'm not really into role-playing. I had a friend that was into the game, but I've just always loved the Lovecraftian universe.


If they ever came out with a MMO of the Cthulhu Mythos I'd be watching its progress like a hawk.

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