Lovecraftian influences in Pathfinder
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- For information about the author H.P. Lovecraft, see Wikipedia.
H.P. Lovecraft's influence in the Pathfinder Campaign Setting is vast and varied. His mythology can be seen in the following adventures.
Pathfinder Adventure Path
- Rise of the Runelords
- Fortress of the Stone Giants : The hounds of Tindalos can be found at Jorgenfist and later in Xin-Shalast .
- Spires of Xin-Shalast : The denizens of Leng can be encountered at the Kodar Mountains and in Xin-Shalast. The Plateau of Leng is another plane, one that overlays the Material Plane slightly in the Kodar Mountains.
- Curse of the Crimson Throne
- Skeletons of Scarwall : The gugs.
- Carrion Crown
- Wake of the Watcher : Shub-Niggurath along with Skum are a major antagonist in this module.
- Strange Aeons
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Pathfinder Campaign Setting
- Gods and Magic : The Great Old Ones are briefly talked about, along with the Old Cults who worship them.
- Into the Darklands : The Darklands were inspired greatly by the stories "Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath", "At the Mountains of Madness" and "The Mound". The neothelids and their minions, the seugathis, worship Azathoth and Yog-Sothoth.
- Classic Horrors Revisited : The ghouls were inspired in part by the stories "Pickman's Model" and "The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath".
- Carrion Hill : It is based on the story "The Dunwich Horror". The PCs encounters the spawn of Yog-Sothoth. The Pnakotic Manuscripts can be acquired.
- Crucible of Chaos : A group of cultists of Azathoth brings a shoggoth to the city.
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game
- Bestiaries contain numerous Lovecraftian creatures, such as Cthulhu, Yog-Sothoth, Great Old Ones, and deep ones.
- Occult Adventures and Horror Adventures cover Lovecraftian topics, including cults and creatures that degrade sanity.