History Awesome / HPLovecraft

21st May '16 4:08:41 PM erforce
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** Also of note from that story is the protagonist and his uncle's weapons of choice for the stakeout of the house's basement. In a surprising case of CrazyPrepared, he and his uncle order two sets of defensive measures in the event the thing in the basement is solid ''or'' incorporeal: if incorporeal, they had prepared some sort of precursor to the Film/{{Ghostbusters}} apparatus, and if corporeal, they had a pair of [[CrazyAwesome World War I-era flamethrowers]].

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** Also of note from that story is the protagonist and his uncle's weapons of choice for the stakeout of the house's basement. In a surprising case of CrazyPrepared, he and his uncle order two sets of defensive measures in the event the thing in the basement is solid ''or'' incorporeal: if incorporeal, they had prepared some sort of precursor to the Film/{{Ghostbusters}} Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} apparatus, and if corporeal, they had a pair of [[CrazyAwesome World War I-era flamethrowers]].
4th May '16 9:39:19 AM aye_amber
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26th May '15 12:36:30 AM CaptEquinox
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* In ''The Case of Charles Dexter Ward'', Dr. Willett [[spoiler:manages to beat Curwen at his own game]].

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* In ''The Case of Charles Dexter Ward'', Dr. Willett [[spoiler:manages to beat Curwen at his own game]].game]].
* Randolph Carter outwits Nyarlathotep Himself at the very end of ''The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath''. The sequence in which he remembers exactly what the Crawling Chaos said, realizes he still has his free will and proceeds to use it is some of Lovecraft's best writing.
14th May '15 11:01:24 PM JakesBrain
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* The end of ''The Dunwich Horror'', in which our protagonists blow up a spawn of Yog-Sothoth with dynamite.
* ''The Colour Out of Space'' where Lovecraft is able to make a goddamned ''color'' scary.

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* The end of ''The Dunwich Horror'', in which our protagonists blow up research the black arts in order to destroy a spawn of Yog-Sothoth with dynamite.
-- and manage to do so without going insane in the process.
* ''The Colour Out of Space'' Space'', where Lovecraft is able to make a goddamned ''color'' scary.
6th May '14 11:58:17 PM matteste
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* In ''The Case of Charles Dexter Ward'', Dr. Allen [[spoiler:manages to beat Curwen at his own game]].

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* In ''The Case of Charles Dexter Ward'', Dr. Allen Willett [[spoiler:manages to beat Curwen at his own game]].
6th May '14 11:54:47 PM matteste
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* ''The Colour Out of Space'' where Lovecraft is able to make a goddamned ''color'' scary.

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* ''The Colour Out of Space'' where Lovecraft is able to make a goddamned ''color'' scary.scary.
* In ''The Case of Charles Dexter Ward'', Dr. Allen [[spoiler:manages to beat Curwen at his own game]].
23rd Mar '14 11:24:59 PM 1upmushroom
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* ''The Colour of Outer Space'' where Lovecraft is able to make a goddamned ''color'' scary.

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* ''The Colour Out of Outer Space'' where Lovecraft is able to make a goddamned ''color'' scary.
23rd Mar '14 11:24:38 PM 1upmushroom
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* The end of ''The Dunwich Horror'', in which our protagonists blow up a spawn of Yog-Sothoth with dynamite.

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* The end of ''The Dunwich Horror'', in which our protagonists blow up a spawn of Yog-Sothoth with dynamite.dynamite.
* ''The Colour of Outer Space'' where Lovecraft is able to make a goddamned ''color'' scary.
31st Oct '13 10:39:06 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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** Also of note from that story is the protagonist and his uncle's weapons of choice for the stakeout of the house's basement. In a surprising case of CrazyPrepared, he and his uncle order two sets of defensive measures in the event the thing in the basement is solid ''or'' incorporeal: if incorporeal, they had prepared some sort of precursor to the Film/{{Ghostbusters}} apparatus, and if corporeal, they had a pair of [[CrazyAwesome World War I-era flamethrowers]].

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** Also of note from that story is the protagonist and his uncle's weapons of choice for the stakeout of the house's basement. In a surprising case of CrazyPrepared, he and his uncle order two sets of defensive measures in the event the thing in the basement is solid ''or'' incorporeal: if incorporeal, they had prepared some sort of precursor to the Film/{{Ghostbusters}} apparatus, and if corporeal, they had a pair of [[CrazyAwesome World War I-era flamethrowers]].flamethrowers]].
* The end of ''The Dunwich Horror'', in which our protagonists blow up a spawn of Yog-Sothoth with dynamite.
11th Jul '13 10:53:28 PM demonfiren
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* When Lovecraft kills his creatures, he tends to kill them ''hard''. The ShunnedHouse features [[spoiler: an altercation with a buried, immobile and gargantuan monster that is haunting a house by projecting its miasmal essence through the crook in its elbow, which is just below the basement. After said miasma kills the main character's uncle in an admittedly nightmarish way, the main character decides to strike back by pouring ''several barrels of acid on the monster until it dies screaming''. This not only kills it, but allows the terrible stigma that's affected the house for so long to finally lift.]]

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* When Lovecraft kills his creatures, he tends to kill them ''hard''. The ShunnedHouse Shunned House features [[spoiler: an altercation with a buried, immobile and gargantuan monster that is haunting a house by projecting its miasmal essence through the crook in its elbow, which is just below the basement. After said miasma kills the main character's uncle in an admittedly nightmarish way, the main character decides to strike back by pouring ''several barrels of acid on the monster until it dies screaming''. This not only kills it, but allows the terrible stigma that's affected the house for so long to finally lift.]]
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