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27th Nov '16 1:33:39 PM DeadlyAssassin
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*** In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' [[spoiler:the Reapers are ultimately defeated, but the method depends on Shepard and the galaxy is scarred regardless. Either Shepard dies to impose their will on them, sending them to repair the relay infrastructure, ultimately using them to protect the galaxy, destroys them all at the cost of all other synthetic life in the galaxy, or creates a Synthesis with Reaper technology that the Codex doesn't have time to explain, due to the game ending, satisfying the Catalyst's loopy programming enough so it stops being insane and killing people. With the Extended Cut DLC patch, a fourth DownerEnding is added, where Shepard attempts to win conventionally after pouring all resources into the Crucible, but Liara gets lucky and manages to send the Crucible instructions to the next cycle, who then use it to Defeat the Reapers.]]

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*** In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' [[spoiler:the Reapers are ultimately defeated, but the method depends on Shepard and the galaxy is scarred regardless. Either Shepard dies to impose their will on them, sending them to repair the relay infrastructure, ultimately using them to protect the galaxy, destroys them all at the cost of all other synthetic life in the galaxy, or creates a Synthesis with Reaper technology that the Codex doesn't have time to explain, due to the game ending, satisfying the Catalyst's loopy programming enough so it stops being insane and killing people. With the Extended Cut DLC patch, a fourth DownerEnding is added, where Shepard attempts to win conventionally after pouring all resources into the Crucible, but Liara gets lucky and manages to send the Crucible instructions to the next cycle, who then use it to Defeat defeat the Reapers.]]
27th Nov '16 1:32:30 PM DeadlyAssassin
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*** In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' [[spoiler:the Reapers are ultimately defeated, but the method depends on Shepard and the galaxy is scarred regardless. Either Shepard dies to impose their will on them, sending them to repair the relay infrastructure, ultimately using them to protect the galaxy, destroys them all at the cost of all other synthetic life in the galaxy, or creates a Synthesis with Reaper technology that the Codex doesn't have time to explain, due to the game ending, satisfying the Catalyst's loopy programming enough so it stops being insane and killing people. With the Extended Cut DLC patch, a fourth DownerEnding is added, where Shepard attempts to win conventionally after pouring all resources into the Crucible, but Liara gets lucky and manages to send the Crucible instructions to the next cycle, who trigger the Synthesis themselves.]]

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*** In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' [[spoiler:the Reapers are ultimately defeated, but the method depends on Shepard and the galaxy is scarred regardless. Either Shepard dies to impose their will on them, sending them to repair the relay infrastructure, ultimately using them to protect the galaxy, destroys them all at the cost of all other synthetic life in the galaxy, or creates a Synthesis with Reaper technology that the Codex doesn't have time to explain, due to the game ending, satisfying the Catalyst's loopy programming enough so it stops being insane and killing people. With the Extended Cut DLC patch, a fourth DownerEnding is added, where Shepard attempts to win conventionally after pouring all resources into the Crucible, but Liara gets lucky and manages to send the Crucible instructions to the next cycle, who trigger then use it to Defeat the Synthesis themselves.Reapers.]]
25th Nov '16 6:24:19 PM Xtifr
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* The short collaborative story [[https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Challenge_from_Beyond "The Challenge from Beyond"]] ends up like this because Creator/{{Robert E Howard}}'s part comes after Lovecraft's. (There are other writers too, but these two dominate the story.) Lovecraft leaves the protagonist in terror trapped in the body of a StarfishAlien who exchanged minds with him; Howard [[HumansAreWarriors has him go kick ass in the alien world in it]]. Frank Belknap Long finishes things off by showing how the alien that took over the human's body meets an embarrassing end, thus saving the world.

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* The short collaborative story [[https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Challenge_from_Beyond "The Challenge from Beyond"]] ends up like this because Creator/{{Robert E Howard}}'s part comes after Lovecraft's. (There are other writers too, but these two dominate the story.) Lovecraft leaves the protagonist in terror trapped in the body of a StarfishAlien who exchanged minds with him; Howard [[HumansAreWarriors has him go kick ass in the alien world in it]]. Frank Belknap Long Creator/FrankBelknapLong finishes things off by showing how the alien that took over the human's body meets an embarrassing end, thus saving the world.
22nd Nov '16 4:30:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* And another contributor to the original Cthulhu mythos, Creator/RobertEHoward often wrote in the same way as well. The universe is ultimately hostile in his works, and mind-melting horrors that contaminate everything they touch are plentiful in his works. The difference is, characters often are BadAss enough to look them straight into the eyes and, rather than GoMadFromTheRevelation, stab them in the face.

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* And another contributor to the original Cthulhu mythos, Creator/RobertEHoward often wrote in the same way as well. The universe is ultimately hostile in his works, and mind-melting horrors that contaminate everything they touch are plentiful in his works. The difference is, characters often are BadAss badass enough to look them straight into the eyes and, rather than GoMadFromTheRevelation, stab them in the face.
20th Nov '16 1:19:32 AM Ramona122003
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** The Future Trunks Saga in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' shows what happened when just one of the gods goes out of control. [[spoiler: Zamasu, an Apprentice Supreme Kai from another universe, decides that all mortals are failure of the gods and must be wiped out. To that end, he steals the body of Goku, an extremely powerful mortal, murders him and his entire family while he's trapped in his original body, teams up with another version of himself from another timeline, kills off the other gods in the other 12 universes, and begins to slowly kill off the populations on different planets before arriving on Future Trunks' Earth, which was already decimated by the androids for almost twenty years. One of the Zamasus is also an immortal, so he can't be killed, while the one who took Goku's body grows stronger every time he fights and gets hurt. Their actions also effected at least two different timelines]].

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** The Future Trunks Saga in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' shows what happened when just one of the gods goes out of control. [[spoiler: Zamasu, an Apprentice Supreme Kai from another universe, decides that all mortals are failure of the gods and must be wiped out. To that end, he steals the body of Goku, an extremely powerful mortal, murders him and his entire family while he's trapped in his original body, teams up with another version of himself from another timeline, kills off the other gods in the other 12 universes, and begins to slowly kill off the populations on different planets before arriving on Future Trunks' Earth, which was already decimated by the androids for almost twenty years. One of the Zamasus is also an immortal, so he can't be killed, while the one who took Goku's body grows stronger every time he fights and gets hurt. Their actions also effected at least two different timelines]]. The saga ends with [[spoiler: Merged Zamasu becoming one with the multiverse and killing everyone in it before Future Zen'o kills him by destroying the timeline, making this the darkest chapter in the entire series]].
19th Nov '16 8:47:46 PM DustSnitch
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19th Nov '16 4:22:51 PM DustSnitch
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** ''Videogame/MassEffect2'' goes into a bit more detail about just ''what'' the Reapers do to the species they harvest: the first game established that they "repurposed" them to their own ends - that's how the Keepers aboard the Citadel were created - but it becomes a PlayerPunch when the villainous Collectors are revealed to be [[spoiler: the [[BenevolentPrecursors Prot]][[PosthumousCharacter heans]] after 50,000 years of [[BrainwashedAndCrazy indoctrination]] and BodyHorror]]. On top of that, it appears Shepard's improbable feat of killing one of their own has gotten the Reapers interested in humankind: cue the mass colony abductions, [[spoiler: with the sole purpose of ''liquefying humans'' and feeding it into an embryonic Human Reaper. They harvest entire species to ''procreate'', and their big plan was to construct a new Reaper using a human genetic base]].
*** In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' [[spoiler:the Reapers are ultimately defeated, but the method depends on Shepard and the galaxy is scarred regardless. Either Shepard dies to impose their will on them, sending them to repair the relay infrastructure, ultimately using them to protect the galaxy, destroys them all at the cost of all other synthetic life in the galaxy, or creates a Synthesis with Reaper technology that the [[EncyclopediaExposita Codex]] doesn't have time to explain, due to the game ending, satisfying the Catalyst's loopy programming enough so it stops being insane and killing people. With the Extended Cut DLC patch, a fourth DownerEnding is added, where Shepard [[TooDumbToLive attempts to win conventionally after pouring all resources into the Crucible]], but Liara gets lucky and manages to send the Crucible instructions to the next cycle, who trigger the Synthesis themselves.]]

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** ''Videogame/MassEffect2'' goes into a bit more detail about just ''what'' the Reapers do to the species they harvest: the first game established that they "repurposed" them to their own ends - that's how the Keepers aboard the Citadel were created - but it becomes a PlayerPunch when the villainous Collectors are revealed to be [[spoiler: the [[BenevolentPrecursors Prot]][[PosthumousCharacter heans]] [[spoiler:the Protheans after 50,000 years of [[BrainwashedAndCrazy indoctrination]] brainwashing and BodyHorror]]. body horror]]. On top of that, it appears Shepard's improbable feat of killing one of their own has gotten the Reapers interested in humankind: cue the mass colony abductions, [[spoiler: with [[spoiler:with the sole purpose of ''liquefying humans'' and feeding it into an embryonic Human Reaper. They harvest entire species to ''procreate'', and their big plan was to construct a new Reaper using a human genetic base]].
*** In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' [[spoiler:the Reapers are ultimately defeated, but the method depends on Shepard and the galaxy is scarred regardless. Either Shepard dies to impose their will on them, sending them to repair the relay infrastructure, ultimately using them to protect the galaxy, destroys them all at the cost of all other synthetic life in the galaxy, or creates a Synthesis with Reaper technology that the [[EncyclopediaExposita Codex]] Codex doesn't have time to explain, due to the game ending, satisfying the Catalyst's loopy programming enough so it stops being insane and killing people. With the Extended Cut DLC patch, a fourth DownerEnding is added, where Shepard [[TooDumbToLive attempts to win conventionally after pouring all resources into the Crucible]], Crucible, but Liara gets lucky and manages to send the Crucible instructions to the next cycle, who trigger the Synthesis themselves.]]



* Surprisingly, ''VideoGame/AmnesiaTheDarkDescent'' can be considered like this, in spite of its obvious direct influences. Yes, Daniel may be running and hiding from hideous monsters, all the while pursued by a horrible, all-consuming force that he has no hope of fighting. [[spoiler: The bad endings play the whole Lovecraftian horror angle straight, but the neutral ending makes it possible for Daniel to obtain his revenge and in doing so, free himself from his cursed pursuer. The good ending meanwhile, implies that it is possible for humanity to at least partially understand the forces behind the running of the universe, and perhaps even master them.]]

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* Surprisingly, ''VideoGame/AmnesiaTheDarkDescent'' can be considered like this, in spite of its obvious direct influences. Yes, Daniel may be running and hiding from hideous monsters, all the while pursued by a horrible, all-consuming force that he has no hope of fighting. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The bad endings play the whole Lovecraftian horror angle straight, but the neutral ending makes it possible for Daniel to obtain his revenge and in doing so, free himself from his cursed pursuer. The good ending meanwhile, implies that it is possible for humanity to at least partially understand the forces behind the running of the universe, and perhaps even master them.]]



* [[http://youtube.com/watch?v=FOHJUrcVdJk The Adventures of Lil Cthulhu]]. ''Awwww!''

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* %%* [[http://youtube.com/watch?v=FOHJUrcVdJk The Adventures of Lil Cthulhu]]. ''Awwww!''
19th Nov '16 3:49:26 PM DustSnitch
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* [[UnbuiltTrope Lovecraft himself wrote some Lovecraft Lite]], so don't think it's a departure from the tone of the original stories, including some of his most famous. Notable are ''The Case of Charles Dexter Ward'', in which [[spoiler:the Terror From Beyond that the protagonist accidentally summons turns out to be helpful, and the EvilSorcerer is easy to defeat by saying the right words]], and "The Shunned House", which features [[KillItWithFire flamethrowers]]. Of course the flamethrowers don't do much good, [[spoiler: but some sulfuric acid deals with the situation perfectly.]]

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* [[UnbuiltTrope Lovecraft himself wrote some Lovecraft Lite]], so don't think it's a departure from the tone of the original stories, including some of his most famous. Notable are ''The Case of Charles Dexter Ward'', in which [[spoiler:the Terror From Beyond that the protagonist accidentally summons turns out to be helpful, and the EvilSorcerer evil sorcerer is easy to defeat by saying the right words]], and "The Shunned House", which features [[KillItWithFire flamethrowers]]. Of course the flamethrowers don't do much good, [[spoiler: but some sulfuric acid deals with the situation perfectly.]]
19th Nov '16 3:40:02 PM DustSnitch
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Compare DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu, AdorableAbomination.

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Compare DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu, AdorableAbomination.
Two tropes that commonly overlap in Lovecraft Lite stories are DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu and AdorableAbomination, which respectively refer to benevolent and cute Lovecraftian monsters.



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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie''. [[HumansAreCthulhu Yes, really.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' has all the markers of a CosmicHorrorStory with AnthropomorphicFood living in a grocery store as protagonists who see [[HumansAreCthulhu humans as their gods]] who will take them to "The Great Beyond" which in reality holds their fate of being cooked and eaten by the humans: The DarkWorld is the kitchenware aisle, the TomeOfEldritchLore is a cookbook, and the EldritchLocation is the outside world, however it has the food fighting back against their human masters [[spoiler: [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu and they win!]]]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie''. [[HumansAreCthulhu Yes, really.really. [[spoiler:A human boy named Finn controls the world of the film, which is a giant LEGO set his father owns. Said father, known to the LEGO characters as The Man Upstairs, and whom the Big Bad is just a loose Expy of, wasn't letting his son to play with the Legos the way they were intended and wanted to glue his creations together so they couldn't be disturbed.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' has all the markers of a CosmicHorrorStory with AnthropomorphicFood living in a grocery store as protagonists who see [[HumansAreCthulhu humans as their gods]] who will take them to "The Great Beyond" which in reality holds their fate of being cooked and eaten by the humans: The DarkWorld is the kitchenware aisle, the TomeOfEldritchLore is a cookbook, and the EldritchLocation is the outside world, however it has the food fighting back against their human masters [[spoiler: [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu and [[spoiler:and they win!]]]]win!]]



* Most of Creator/SimonRGreen's novels feature some flavour of Lovecraft Lite, most evident in his Forest Kingdom series.

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* %%* Most of Creator/SimonRGreen's novels feature some flavour of Lovecraft Lite, most evident in his Forest Kingdom series.



* ''Literature/TheAdventuresOfSamuraiCat'' has Great K'Chu. To the Miaowaras the half-fish inhabitants of Outsmouth smell... tasty.



* Nameless Things in [[Literature/DivineBloodNovels Divine Blood]] are this.



** Notable exception: [[spoiler: ''Literature/PetSematary'']].

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** %%** Notable exception: [[spoiler: ''Literature/PetSematary'']].''Pet Sematary'']].



* Its title alone is enough to put the 1981 short story ''The Eldritch Horror of Oz'' in this category.

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* %%* Its title alone is enough to put the 1981 short story ''The Eldritch Horror of Oz'' in this category.



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** The Time Lords (including The Doctor) are implied to be somewhat Lovecraftian themselves. The new series will occasionally touch on this, such as the Tenth Doctor episode "Family of Blood" which ends with him [[spoiler: [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor cursing the villains to eternal life]] in various creative ways]], or the Eleventh Doctor episode "The Pandorica Opens", which has the Doctor learn of an artifact designed to imprison the universe's most terrifying being, and tracking it down only to learn that [[spoiler: it was created to imprison [[TheDreaded him]].]]

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** The Time Lords (including The Doctor) are implied to be somewhat Lovecraftian themselves. The new series will occasionally touch on this, such as the Tenth Doctor episode "Family of Blood" which ends with him [[spoiler: [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor cursing [[spoiler:cursing the villains to eternal life]] life in various creative ways]], or the Eleventh Doctor episode "The Pandorica Opens", which has the Doctor learn of an artifact designed to imprison the universe's most terrifying being, and tracking it down only to learn that [[spoiler: it [[spoiler:it was created to imprison [[TheDreaded him]].]]



* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. In one episode it's stated that Creator/HPLovecraft himself opened a portal to Purgatory just to see what was there (which is implied to have been inspiration for his stories).
** One of the creatures that come through happened to be a perfectly harmless monster that showed up on Earth and just decided she liked living there. There're a lot of Friendly Neighborhood Vampires and Retired Monsters peppered throughout the series, with Season 9 having two such episodes back to back.



* ''Series/{{Haven}}'' (actually inspired by a Stephen King story) in seasons 4 and 5 delves into this. [[spoiler: Audrey is revealed to be one of the many lives of Mara, a HumanoidAbomination who, along with her lover William, created the [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividuals Troubles]] for fun. They take sick joy in the pain that the Troubles cause people and view humans as insignificant.]]

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* ''Series/{{Haven}}'' (actually inspired by a Stephen King story) in seasons 4 and 5 delves into this. [[spoiler: Audrey is revealed to be one of the many lives of Mara, a HumanoidAbomination who, along with her lover William, created the [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividuals Troubles]] Troubles for fun. They take sick joy in the pain that the Troubles cause people and view humans as insignificant.]]



* Most religions have horrible, unknowable creatures who could kill us without really meaning to by standing close to us. Many of them want to destroy the world, but most beliefs are confident the eldritch abominations who ''like us'' are going to win. If they're right, then all of reality is Lovecraft Lite.

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* Most religions have horrible, unknowable creatures who could kill us without really meaning to by standing close to us. Many of them want to destroy the world, but most beliefs are confident the eldritch abominations creatures who ''like us'' are going to win. If they're right, then all of reality is Lovecraft Lite.



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* ''TabletopGame/JAGSWonderland''. Sure, an [[TheSchizophreniaConspiracy infectious mental illness]] is sucking its victims [[DownTheRabbitHole out of our reality]] and into dangerous, twisted worlds full of ravenous abominations. Sure, [[GovernmentConspiracy governments]] and [[MegaCorp corporations]] have been suborned into demonic parodies of themselves that aim to [[DespairEventHorizon eradicate the hope and free will]] of all mankind. Sure, the setting's [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] are well on their way to spreading the infection through the [[OmnicidalManiac whole human race]]. But [[spoiler:we've got one thing they don't: [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt a way to rewrite]] [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence all the rules.]]]]

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* ''TabletopGame/JAGSWonderland''. Sure, an [[TheSchizophreniaConspiracy infectious mental illness]] is sucking its victims [[DownTheRabbitHole out of our reality]] and into dangerous, twisted worlds full of ravenous abominations. Sure, [[GovernmentConspiracy governments]] and [[MegaCorp corporations]] have been suborned into demonic parodies of themselves that aim to [[DespairEventHorizon eradicate the hope and free will]] of all mankind. Sure, the setting's [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] are well on their way to spreading the infection through the [[OmnicidalManiac whole human race]]. But [[spoiler:we've got one thing they don't: [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt a way to rewrite]] [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence rewrite all the rules.]]]]rules]].



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* ''VideoGame/CthulhuSavesTheWorld''. It's all in the name.

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* %%* ''VideoGame/CthulhuSavesTheWorld''. It's all in the name.



* ''TheCallOfWhatever''
* ''WebVideo/CallsForCthulhu'', apparently...

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* %%* ''WebVideo/CallsForCthulhu'', apparently...



* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2008-05-29 Cthulu attack! in the Hell tour.]] Many people don't even find it scary.

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* %%* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2008-05-29 Cthulu attack! in the Hell tour.]] Many people don't even find it scary.



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* Plenty of short stories on Website/{{Everything2}}.Usually played for humor.

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* Plenty of short stories on Website/{{Everything2}}.Usually U sually played for humor.



** [[spoiler: The general intent was actually a {{Deconstruction}} of a CosmicHorrorStory. The Entity is a being makes worlds, even universes seem insignificant, but in the end, it's just an arrogant self-absorbed GenericDoomsdayVillain that has no idea what it's going to do after accomplishing its goal, and the realization shows it's just an insignificant as the rest us.]]
** The King of Worms plot did a similar twist. [[spoiler: It ''seemed'' like the team killed him with massed fire, but it turns out later they didn't even injure it. Whatever it saw in Linkara's mind, which includes seeing Lewis (the series creator and Linkara's actor), scared it so much it had a fatal heart attack.]]

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** [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The general intent was actually a {{Deconstruction}} deconstruction of a CosmicHorrorStory. Cosmic Horror Story. The Entity is a being makes worlds, even universes seem insignificant, but in the end, it's just an arrogant self-absorbed GenericDoomsdayVillain Generic Doomsday Villain that has no idea what it's going to do after accomplishing its goal, and the realization shows it's just an insignificant as the rest us.]]
** The King of Worms plot did a similar twist. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It ''seemed'' like the team killed him with massed fire, but it turns out later they didn't even injure it. Whatever it saw in Linkara's mind, which includes seeing Lewis (the series creator and Linkara's actor), scared it so much it had a fatal heart attack.]]



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* Has started to be used in academic papers under the term "Post-Lovecraftian." The concept is discussed [[http://unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com/2014/07/what-is-post-lovecraftian.html here.]]

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* Has This genre has started to be used in academic papers under the term "Post-Lovecraftian." The concept is discussed [[http://unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com/2014/07/what-is-post-lovecraftian.html here.]]
5th Nov '16 10:40:25 AM iowaforever
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* ''FanFic/GrimTalesFromDownBelow'', despite being an ostensibly DarkerAndEdgier sequel to WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy, gets a rather happy ending. Of course, the fact that [[spoiler:many of the monsters, demons, god-things and assorted freaks and creeps are on the side of the [[strike:heroes]] protagonists probably helps...]]* ''[[Webcomic/HelloCthulhu The Misadventures Of Hello Cthulhu]]'': [[CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]] gets stuck in the [[TastesLikeDiabetes perpetually happy]] world of ''HelloKitty''. HilarityEnsues.

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* ''FanFic/GrimTalesFromDownBelow'', despite being an ostensibly DarkerAndEdgier sequel to WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy, gets a rather happy ending. Of course, the fact that [[spoiler:many of the monsters, demons, god-things and assorted freaks and creeps are on the side of the [[strike:heroes]] protagonists probably helps...]]* ]]
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''[[Webcomic/HelloCthulhu The Misadventures Of Hello Cthulhu]]'': [[CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]] gets stuck in the [[TastesLikeDiabetes perpetually happy]] world of ''HelloKitty''. HilarityEnsues.
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