History EldritchAbomination / VideoGames

21st Jul '16 6:23:27 AM KatanaCat
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** The Golden Freddy. In the first game, it appears inside your office (even if both doors are closed) if you see its face on a poster, like it teleported inside. If this strange creature appears, it'll make you hallucinate for a few seconds before it suddenly appears in your face and kills you. It doesn't cause a standard game over; it just crashes the game. Because of this, it is theorized to be a mere hallucination..until the second game comes out, and not only is it confirmed to be real (as it is the TrueFinalBoss), the thing can and really ''does'' teleport into your office, ''whenever it wants'', and when it enters your office, it will stare at you for a few seconds, only to '''fade from existence before your eyes''', and then summons its head (not the whole body, just ''a head, a flying head'') and throws it at you, and then you die. Oh, and if it doesn't just teleport to your office, it will come to visit you through your door in the form of ''a gigantic, flying head the size of his whole body''. Despite all of this, the thing's origin is surprisingly tragic: [[spoiler:it is just possessed by the ghost of a murdered children]].

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** The Golden Freddy. In the first game, it appears inside your office (even if both doors are closed) if you see its face on a poster, like it teleported inside. If this strange creature appears, it'll make you hallucinate for a few seconds before it suddenly appears in your face and kills you. It doesn't cause a standard game over; it just crashes the game. Because of this, it is was theorized to be a mere hallucination..hallucination... until the second game comes came out, and not only is it was confirmed to be real (as (since it is the TrueFinalBoss), the thing can and really ''does'' teleport into your office, ''whenever it wants'', and when it enters your office, it will stare at you for a few seconds, only to '''fade from existence before your eyes''', and then summons summon its head (not the whole body, just ''a head, a flying head'') and throws throw it at you, and then you die. Oh, and if it doesn't just teleport to your office, it will come to visit you through your door in the form of ''a gigantic, flying head the size of his whole body''. Despite all of this, the thing's origin is surprisingly tragic: [[spoiler:it is just possessed by the ghost of a murdered children]].child]].
17th Jul '16 8:37:27 AM nombretomado
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* Gohma Vlitra and [[spoiler:Chakravartin]] from ''AsurasWrath'' are relatively hard to comprehend, especially when the latter changes into its final form. The extra materials even say that their gender and age are unknown.

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* Gohma Vlitra and [[spoiler:Chakravartin]] from ''AsurasWrath'' ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' are relatively hard to comprehend, especially when the latter changes into its final form. The extra materials even say that their gender and age are unknown.
16th Jul '16 2:23:44 PM nmn3r3
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* ''Videogame/DeadByDaylight'' has the Entity, which the killers sacrifice the survivors to for an unknown purpose. In game, the Entity is never seen in full, though it has spider-like limbs to snatch up hooked corpses.



* ''Videogame/DeadByDaylight'' has the Entity, which the killers sacrifice the survivors to for an unknown purpose. In game, the Entity is never seen in full, though it has spider-like limbs to snatch up hooked corpses.
12th Jul '16 2:55:15 AM DarkHunter
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** The Second game also contains the Darklurker, a bizarre, angelic being that exists at the deepest point of the Dark Chasm of Old (aka the Abyss). Said Chasm is an EldritchLocation that can only be reached through dark portals, and ''nothing whatsoever'' is explained about the Darklurker, with even its soul description saying "[[ThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow Some things are better off left unilluminated]]".
** ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII'' adds Aldrich, who is originally called "The Saint of the Deep", but later another name for him is revealed: "The Devourer of Gods". That title isn't just for show; when you find him, [[spoiler:he's in the midst of consuming Gwyndolin, the Dark Sun of Anor Londo]], and he wields abilities previously only used by gods in the series ([[spoiler:such as Nito's Gravelord Sword, Priscilla's Lifehunt Scythe, and Gwyndolin's magic arrow spam]]). Aldrich himself used to be human, but after eating many people he "softened and bloated" into a large, mobile pile of black sludge. Despite this, his power is enormous, as he [[CannibalismSuperpower absorbs the power of those he consumes]].
3rd Jul '16 4:40:07 PM MicoolTNT
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* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'': [[spoiler:The Titans from the ''spoiler:Descent'' DLC are incomprehensibly large beings that dwell deep beneath the surface of Thedas, and are actually the source of all lyrium, since it is in fact their blood. They share a unique psychic bond with all dwarves, indicating some form of latent HiveMind. They're also clearly sentient, and are privy to unknown secrets about what lies beneath Thedas, and have unexplained powers that allow their thralls to seemingly teleport at will throughout the world]]. In short, everything about them essentially slaps ''some'' well-accepted fact in [[ConstructedWorld Thedas]] in the face.

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* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'': [[spoiler:The Titans from the ''spoiler:Descent'' ''Descent'' DLC are incomprehensibly large beings that dwell deep beneath the surface of Thedas, and are actually the source of all lyrium, since it is in fact their blood. They share a unique psychic bond with all dwarves, indicating some form of latent HiveMind. They're also clearly sentient, and are privy to unknown secrets about what lies beneath Thedas, and have unexplained powers that allow their thralls to seemingly teleport at will throughout the world]]. In short, everything about them essentially slaps ''some'' well-accepted fact in [[ConstructedWorld Thedas]] in the face.
3rd Jul '16 4:39:43 PM MicoolTNT
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* [[spoiler: ''VideoGame/{{DownWell}}'' has one for the final boss.]]
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'': [[spoiler:The Titans from the]] ''[[spoiler:Descent]]'' [[spoiler:DLC are incomprehensibly large beings that dwell deep beneath the surface of Thedas, and are actually the source of all lyrium, since it is in fact their blood. They share a unique psychic bond with all dwarves, indicating some form of latent HiveMind. They're also clearly sentient, and are privy to unknown secrets about what lies beneath Thedas, and have unexplained powers that allow their thralls to seemingly teleport at will throughout the world]]. In short, everything about them essentially slaps ''some'' well-accepted fact in [[ConstructedWorld Thedas]] in the face.

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* [[spoiler: ''VideoGame/{{DownWell}}'' [[spoiler: has one for the final boss.]]
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'': [[spoiler:The Titans from the]] ''[[spoiler:Descent]]'' [[spoiler:DLC the ''spoiler:Descent'' DLC are incomprehensibly large beings that dwell deep beneath the surface of Thedas, and are actually the source of all lyrium, since it is in fact their blood. They share a unique psychic bond with all dwarves, indicating some form of latent HiveMind. They're also clearly sentient, and are privy to unknown secrets about what lies beneath Thedas, and have unexplained powers that allow their thralls to seemingly teleport at will throughout the world]]. In short, everything about them essentially slaps ''some'' well-accepted fact in [[ConstructedWorld Thedas]] in the face.
23rd Jun '16 8:42:45 AM FlakyPorcupine
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''Videogame/DeadByDaylight'' has the Entity, which the killers sacrifice the survivors to for an unknown purpose. In game, the Entity is never seen in full, though it has spider-like limbs to snatch up hooked corpses.

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* ''Videogame/DeadByDaylight'' has the Entity, which the killers sacrifice the survivors to for an unknown purpose. In game, the Entity is never seen in full, though it has spider-like limbs to snatch up hooked corpses.
23rd Jun '16 8:42:20 AM FlakyPorcupine
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''Videogame/DeadByDaylight'' has the Entity, which the killers sacrifice the survivors to for an unknown purpose. In game, the Entity is never seen in full, though it has spider-like limbs to snatch up hooked corpses.
18th Jun '16 5:10:23 PM legendaryweredragon
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* ''VideoGame/RuneScape'':
** The Inadequacy and other monsters fought during "Dream Mentor", all of which are embodiments of Cyrisus' negative emotions.
** The Spirit Beast is a monstrous ghostly thing that lives in a parallel spirit dimension where it feeds off the souls of ghosts who became trapped there (inflicting AndIMustScream on them). It was trying to break between dimensions into the world of the living so it would have more souls to feed off of. The player is completely unable to directly attack it. It is defeated only by the player weakening it through indirect methods and then empowering the ghosts it was feeding off to be strong enough to finish it. Unfortunately, because of the properties of the parallel spirit world it was killed in, it death resulted in the manifestation of a Corporeal Beast in the real world. Luckily, the Corporeal Beast can be harmed by normal attacks, so this is better than if the Spirit Beast had escaped, but it still is one of the most dangerous monsters in the whole game.
** Tolna was a boy who was imprisoned and [[MindRape mind raped]] by an unknown force [[AndIMustScream for several years]] until he turned into a horrific three headed [[RealityWarper reality warping]] abomination who manifests bizarre Mooks based on his emotions, [[UnstoppableRage Anger]], [[NightmareFuel Fear]], [[MindScrew Confusion]], and [[DespairEventHorizon Despair]].
** The Stalkers are a race of eldritch horrors. They all have unnaturally huge eyes and weird attacks, and [[BrownNote their language is said to be harmful to humans that hear it]]. The strongest of them is known as [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast World-gorger Shukarhazh.]]
** The inhabitants of the Abyss and the Infernal planes. The ones that players most commonly encounter look like [[BigRedDevil typical demons]] but the rest are far more alien. The Abyss itself [[HyperspaceIsAScaryPlace (which is the dimension that allows teleporting to work)]] may be one, because it looks like the insides of some huge fleshy monster full of [[BodyHorror teratomas.]] It has been implied that the part of the abyss we have so far seen is inside the remains of the gigantic Chthonian demon Hostilus; Chthonian demons have the ability to assimilate the essence of whatever they eat and grow bigger and more powerful.
*** The weird looking Penance monsters from the Barbarian Assault minigame have been revealed to be the spawn of a very powerful Cthonian demon who entered Gielenor by eating the soul of a barbarian who dreamed about him and emerging from her corpse after she died.
** The monster from the SurvivalHorror inspired quest Broken Home. It looks like a gigantic slug covered in eyes and mouths. It can shapeshift into anybody it has eaten, including ghosts, an is able OneHitKill you if it catches you, and it may or may not be responsible for some of the weird unexplained events in the quest. It was released from an ancient mental hospital after somebody DugTooDeep. [[spoiler: It is a cthonian demon who went insane after accidentally eating a human girl he was friends with, in a surprising aversion of AlwaysChaoticEvil, although it is clear that he has BlueAndOrangeMorality.]]
** The Pests are a HordeOfAlienLocusts from another dimension called the void that all have very weird appearances.
** From the Heart of Stone quest, we have the Prehistoric Abyssal. This entity existed before the current multiverse, and told Old Mentor Xenia about what the Elder Gods do to their perfect worlds as part of their life style. The Abyssal's motives aren't fully known, but he deliberately manipulated Xenia into waking up the Elder Gods (she thought she was killing them).
** [[TheOldGods The elder gods]] are 5 extremely powerful beings who have CompleteImmortality (except possibly if their rebirth process fails) and are powerful enough create to planets and life. They barely acknowledged that intelligent life exists and each one is a personification of different aspect of reality. 4 of them are currently sleeping on Gielinor and bad things will happen when they wake up. [[spoiler: [[CosmicHorrorStory they will destroy the entire universe in order to feed off of it's life energy, except for the Abyss and Gielinor,]] which will become a DeathWorld, and they have done this many times before.]] Mah, the fifth Elder God who was left behind on the DeathWorld Freneskae due to being reborn defective, is so powerful despite being severely weakened and barely alive that Zaros, who it one of the most powerful young gods ever, immediately runs when she wakes up enraged, and it has been implied that contact with Mah is what drove Amascut insane.
** Muspahs are bizarre monsters manifested from the Mah's dreams. They are what the Mahjarrat, a race of {{Humanoid Abomination}}s also created by Mah, have nightmares about. Mah also created Seren (ironically, one of the nicest of the [[JerkassGods gods]]) and Zaros (the most alien of the young gods, who when on to create abominations of his own, known as the [[MixAndMatchCritters Nihils.]]). [[GooGooGodLike Mah created Zaros, Seren, and the mahjarrat to be her playthings.]]
** Xau-Tak, an evil god who has not yet appeared in the game, is implied to be like this.
** The Grotesque is a hideous bloated white creature with too many arms that is spreading corruption in Lumbridge swamp. The wall beasts in the caves below the swamp are actually it's arms.
13th Jun '16 1:18:14 AM jormis29
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* The entire setting of ''Videogame/{{Prey}}'', albeit being techno-organic alien in nature. Big enough to host every level save for the introduction and ending and never seen in its entirety. Reality-violatingly ugly as in portals, spatial anomalies, and multi-directional gravity. Happens upon the Earth on one night without any warning. It is implied that it seeded Earth with life just so it could come back and eat everyone. And they can, apparently, invade the spirit realm via portals, although even they are taken aback by the sudden spirit activity.

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* The entire setting of ''Videogame/{{Prey}}'', ''VideoGame/Prey2006'', albeit being techno-organic alien in nature. Big enough to host every level save for the introduction and ending and never seen in its entirety. Reality-violatingly ugly as in portals, spatial anomalies, and multi-directional gravity. Happens upon the Earth on one night without any warning. It is implied that it seeded Earth with life just so it could come back and eat everyone. And they can, apparently, invade the spirit realm via portals, although even they are taken aback by the sudden spirit activity.
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