- The Sushi Knife of Doom in Munchkin Cthulhu. At first you wonder why a sushi knife gets to be so doomy. Then you realize that nearly all sushi is composed of seafood, and that many of Lovecraft's monsters were reminiscent of sea creatures (he had a deep fear of the sea) and that in Lovecraft Lite and Flanderized works (like, I don't know, Munchkin Cthulhu), eldritch abominations are nearly always tentacle monsters.
- This is even more brilliant if you're familiar with another Lovecraftian-themed game, Arkham Horror. One of the most badass characters in Arkham Horror is Zoey Samaras. Samaras fights monsters and cultists, but by day she works as a chef. She's often depicted in the art as using a kitchen knife as a weapon.
- Absolutely best is the strongest monster of all, Plutonium Dragon. Which is, of course parody of the Platinum Dragon (Bahamut) in AD&D.
- The fact that "You must fight the Gazebo alone." In the original story, Eric vs. the Dread Gazebo, the reason that only one person attacked the gazebo is that everyone else knew that it was an inanimate object that couldn't hurt them, whereas Eric decided that it had to be a monster.
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