History EldritchAbomination / LiveActionTV

28th Jun '16 3:58:09 AM Luppercus
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* Dracula in ''PennyDreadful''; his a pure demon (Lucifer's brother) and his true form is unknown, though several references to The Dragon of the Bible are said and comparisons with "creatures of the night" (several nocturnal predators like bats and rats).

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* Dracula in ''PennyDreadful''; his he's a pure demon (Lucifer's brother) and his true form is unknown, though several references to The Dragon of the Bible are said and comparisons with "creatures of the night" (several nocturnal predators like bats and rats).
28th Jun '16 3:56:53 AM Luppercus
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* Dracula in ''PennyDreadful''; his a pure demon (Lucifer's brother) and his true form is unknown, though several references to The Dragon of the Bible are said and comparisons with "creatures of the night" (several nocturnal predators like bats and rats).
27th Jun '16 7:57:54 PM ZimFan89
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* Alveus/Hive from ''Series/AgentsOfShield'' is a human who's become a borderline Eldritch Abomination. He's a HiveMind being who's [[TimeAbyss impossibly long-lived]] (he went through his transformation during the Ice Age), can disperse himself in the form of small sand-like insects, and and can possess corpses and living humans with superpowers. His possession acts more like drug addiction, warping human minds into thinking they ''like'' working for him. He does this partially because his true form is a creepy monster resembling a fusion between Cthulhu, a human, and an insect. He's insanely powerful, capable of reducing a roomful of humans into charred skeletons in a matter of seconds and shrugging off any attacks that don't involve fire or electricity. He's also a MergerOfSouls and retains the personalities and memories of every person he's ever possessed. He's not really evil, just [[BlueAndOrangeMorality extremely out of touch with how people actually feel]] and his EvilPlan is ultimately just a desperate attempt to [[IJustWantToHaveFriends feel some kind of connection to mortals once again]].

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* Alveus/Hive from ''Series/AgentsOfShield'' Alveus/Hive, the BigBad of Season 3 of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' is a human an Inhuman who's become a borderline Eldritch Abomination. He's a HiveMind being who's [[TimeAbyss impossibly long-lived]] (he went through his transformation during the Ice Age), can disperse himself in the form of small sand-like insects, and and can possess corpses and living humans with superpowers. control other Inhumans. His possession control acts more like drug addiction, warping human his victims' minds into thinking they ''like'' working for him. He does this partially because his true form is a creepy monster resembling a fusion between Cthulhu, a human, and an insect. He's insanely powerful, capable of reducing a roomful of humans into charred skeletons in a matter of seconds and shrugging off any attacks that don't involve fire or electricity. He's also a MergerOfSouls and retains the personalities and memories of every person he's ever possessed. He's not really evil, just [[BlueAndOrangeMorality extremely out of touch with how people actually feel]] and his EvilPlan is ultimately just a desperate attempt to [[IJustWantToHaveFriends feel some kind of connection to mortals once again]].
* ''Series/WynonnaEarp'' reveals in its first season finale that one of these, referred to as "the Old One" by [[BigBad Bobo]] is slumbering beneath the ground just outside the Ghost River Triangle. What we see of it is a mass of tentacles that end in mouths, and its awakening causes the sky to blacken [[spoiler: and its ''blood'' is enough to [[DemonicPossession possess Waverly]]]]. Also, its worth mentioning that the magic barriers of the Triangle -- assumed to just be there to [[SealedEvilInACan keep the revenants in]] -- are apparently actually there to keep this thing ''out''.
24th May '16 9:48:52 AM chopshop
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* Alveus/Hive from ''Series/AgentsOfShield'' is a human who's become a borderline Eldritch Abomination. He's a HiveMind being who's [[TimeAbyss impossibly long-lived]] (he went through his transformation during the Ice Age), can disperse himself in the form of small sand-like insects, and and can possess corpses and living humans with superpowers. His possession acts more like drug addiction, warping human minds into thinking they ''like'' working for him. He does this partially because his true form is a creepy monster resembling a fusion between Cthulhu, a human, and an insect. He's insanely powerful, capable of reducing a roomful of humans into charred skeletons in a matter of seconds and shrugging off any attacks that don't involve fire or electricity. He's also a MergerOfSouls and retains the personalities and memories of every person he's ever possessed. He's not really evil, just [[BlueAndOrangeMorality extremely out of touch with how people actually feel]] and his EvilPlan is ultimately just a desperate attempt to [[IJustWantToHaveFriends feel some kind of connection to mortals once again]].
2nd May '16 10:16:29 AM MagnusForce
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* Some [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters Of The Week]] from ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' fit this trope. However, these are SuperHero shows that [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu punch out Cthulhu]] on a weekly basis.
** Notable is ''Series/UltramanTiga'', where [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Ghatanothoa]] appears as the BigBad.
** ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'' feature Bullton, an amorphous "creature" which [[RealityWarper mess with time and space]]. A room become loop, inverted gravity, warping stuffs...a mundane facility become EldritchLocation by its ''mere present''. Worse, what appear to be Bullton is really a projection created by two small meteor fragments.

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* Some [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters Of The Week]] from ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' fit this trope. However, these are SuperHero {{Superhero}} shows that [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu punch out Cthulhu]] on a weekly basis.
** Notable is ''Series/UltramanTiga'', where [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Ghatanothoa]] appears as the BigBad.
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** ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'' feature Bullton, an amorphous "creature" which [[RealityWarper mess with time and space]]. A room become loop, inverted gravity, warping stuffs...a mundane facility become EldritchLocation by its ''mere present''.presence''. Worse, what appear to be Bullton is really a projection created by two small meteor fragments.



** Greeza, the BigBad of ''Series/UltramanX'' fits this trope to a T. It's most basic form is nothingness as in '''a blank spot in the universe''', but as it absorbs life ([[OmnicidalManiac its sole purpose]]), it gains a more humanoid form with a yellow faceless head and purple skin. Its form constantly wavers, warping reality and space-time as if it's a walking spatial anomaly. Its presence creates what is known as Dark Thunder Energy, which turns peaceful {{Kaiju}} into raging beasts, increases the power of dangerous ones, and harms Ultramen. It absorbs other life forms into its body using tentacles of energy, favouring {{Kaiju}} as its appetizers to absorb their powers. Not helping is its "roar" is a series of psychotic giggles.

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** Greeza, the BigBad of ''Series/UltramanX'' fits this trope to a T. It's most basic form is nothingness as in '''a blank spot a hole in the universe''', fabric of the universe, but as it absorbs life ([[OmnicidalManiac its sole purpose]]), it gains a more humanoid form with a yellow faceless head and purple skin. Its form constantly wavers, warping reality and space-time as if it's a walking spatial anomaly. Its presence creates what is known as Dark Thunder Energy, which turns peaceful {{Kaiju}} into raging beasts, increases the power of dangerous ones, and harms Ultramen. It absorbs other life forms into its body using tentacles of energy, favouring {{Kaiju}} as its appetizers to absorb their powers. Not helping is its "roar" is a series of psychotic giggles.giggles.
** The Space Beasts from ''Series/UltramanNexus'' and the Choju (meaning Super Beasts) from ''Series/UltramanAce'' could be consider lesser Eldritch Abominations. Both are races of bizarre monsters (often with vague but frightening resemblances to normal Earth things) created to destroy worlds under the command of {{Humanoid Abomination}}s Dark Zagi and Yapool respectively.
24th Apr '16 2:11:50 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* In the {{Garo}} SequelSeries ''Makai Senki'' we are given Gajari, a being that despises humans and [[MonsterOfTheWeek Horrors]]; however, we never truly see what he is except for a head, and apparently his physical body is located somewhere in ThePromisedLand; from the look of his non-physical form he might qualify as this.

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* In the {{Garo}} ''Series/{{Garo}}'' SequelSeries ''Makai Senki'' we are given Gajari, a being that despises humans and [[MonsterOfTheWeek Horrors]]; however, we never truly see what he is except for a head, and apparently his physical body is located somewhere in ThePromisedLand; from the look of his non-physical form he might qualify as this.
21st Apr '16 12:14:56 AM SteadfastNightingale
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** "Bray Wyatt" from ''Series/WWE'' could be considered one of these, albeit assuming a simplistic human forum manifesting in the WWE Universe. He is a self-proclaimed Eater Of Worlds.
31st Jan '16 11:43:09 AM MagnusForce
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** Greeza, the BigBad of ''Series/UltramanX'' fits this trope to a T. It's most basic form is nothingness as in '''a blank spot in the universe''', but as it absorbs life ([[OmnicidalManiac its sole purpose]]), it gains a more humanoid form with a yellow faceless head and purple skin. Its form constantly wavers, warping reality and space-time as if it's a walking spatial anomaly. Its presence creates what is known as Dark Thunder Energy, which turns peaceful {{Kaiju}} into raging beasts, increases the power of dangerous ones, and harms Ultramen. It absorbs other life forms into its body using tentacles of energy, favouring {{Kaiju}} as its appetizers to absorb their powers. Not helping is its "roar" is a series of psychotic giggles.
6th Dec '15 4:49:28 PM dissembly14b
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** Glorificus, better known as Glory, of season 5. Sure, we saw her as a HumanoidAbomination, but that's just because she was a SealedEvilInACan. She's a ''hellgod'' and was so horrific that other similar gods sealed her and banished her from their dimension. Even in this form, she's an unkillable monstrosity that rips out and ''eats'' the sanity from people unfortunate enough to run into her.

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** Glorificus, better known as Glory, of season 5. Sure, we saw her as a HumanoidAbomination, but that's just because she was a SealedEvilInACan. She's a ''hellgod'' and was so horrific that other similar gods sealed her and banished her from their dimension. Even in this form, she's an unkillable monstrosity that rips out and ''eats'' the sanity from people unfortunate enough to run into her. Technically, she has no name, as she predates language. "Glorificus" is just medieval Latin for "glorious", dubbed by her followers.
29th Nov '15 3:23:30 PM SSJMagus
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** The Mayor plans to become one.

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** The Mayor plans to become one. Under the right circumstances, a ritual called "the Ascension" can be used to become a pure demon, of the sort that dominated the Earth during Illyria's era. The Mayor was planning and waiting for over a century to pull this off.



*** [[TheVirus The Borg]] can be considered one to an extent, regardless of being a technological example, having assimilated countless races and technologies in the Delta Quadrant over the course of centuries, stripping them of all individuality and adding them to [[HiveMind their collective]], travelling in [[SinisterGeometry giant cube-shaped ships]] that are nigh-invulnerable to conventional weapons. And it wants to do this to all races in means of obtaining perfection.

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*** [[TheVirus The Borg]] can be considered one to an extent, regardless of being a technological example, having assimilated countless races and technologies in the Delta Quadrant over the course of centuries, stripping them of all individuality and adding them to [[HiveMind their collective]], travelling in [[SinisterGeometry giant cube-shaped ships]] that are nigh-invulnerable to conventional weapons. And it wants to do this to all races in means of obtaining perfection. Due to their collective nature, killing individual Borg drones is about as meaningful as killing individual skin cells, and even destroying one of their most powerful ships doesn't even qualify as an annoyance. Due to their ability to rapidly adapt to virtually any weapon that's been used against them and render it powerless, they dismiss any opposition as "irrelevant". And they are completely relentless in pursuit of their goal.
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