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  • [[Image:cthulhu.jpg|thumb|Cthulhu in R'lyeh]] influenced by him. Together, they form the mythos that authors, writing in the Lovecraftian [[wikt:milieu|milieu]], have used—and continue to us
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  • become quite important and influential among writers and fans of horror fiction. ..., where he was on a business trip, and was brought back to Butler Hospital in Providence, where he remained for the rest of his life. His affliction was
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  • ...sachusetts. The town is the creation of [[H.P. Lovecraft]] and is featured in many of his stories. ==Arkham in Lovecraft's fiction==
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  • ...he son of William Julius Derleth and his wife Rose Louise Volk, he resided in Sauk County, Wisconsin. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and received a Bachelor's Degree in 1930. During this time he served briefly as editor of ''Mystic Magazine''.
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  • ...hort story and a progenitor of detective fiction, as well as crime fiction in the United States. Poe died at the age of 40, the cause of his death a fina ...gar Allan Poe is found at the University of Virginia, where he dropped out in 1826 due to gambling away his tuition funds.]]
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  • ...ated in the equally fictional [[Arkham]], Massachusetts. It was introduced in the stories of [[H.P. Lovecraft]]. ====[[At the Mountains of Madness (fiction)|Pabodie Expedition]]====
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  • | in?= ...iversity of California]] defeats [[Ohio State University|Ohio State]] 28-0 in the [[Rose Bowl Game|Rose Bowl]].
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  • Prominant NPC, Paul LeMond, a famous "spirit medium", is instrumental in giving players clues and helping the Keeper nudge the players back on track ...e Case]]''" is directly taken from the "[[The Case of Charles Dexter Ward (fiction)]]" by H.P. Lovecraft. Players take the part of an old friend of "Brian Ti
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  • [[Image:Kingsport City in the Mists.jpg|thumb|''1st Edition Front Cover'']] ...described in a nominal time frame of late 1928 (which is after the events in Lovecraft's three major Kingsport-based stories).
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  • 15 billion years ago: The universe is created in the Big Bang. According to some, Azathoth may be responsible for this. (Sci Shortly after the rise of Earthen life, Tsathoggua arrives. He settles in the dark gulf of N'kai. ("Timeline of the Cthulhu Mythos," Appel)
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  • ...sity|Brown]], and Princeton, Miskatonic nonetheless offers coveted degrees in a wide variety of subjects and boasts high academic standards. ...ins as ill-defined as many of beasties lurking in the pages of Lovecraft's fiction. While monsters that never shamble into view are often scarier than the on
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  • ...(Location)|Miskatonic University]], a fictional educational institution in Massachusetts. * [[Miskatonic University (Fiction)|Miskatonic University]], a 1996 anthology of short stories edited by Marti
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  • ...described in a nominal time frame of late 1928 (which is after the events in Lovecraft's Dunwich story). It has been published by Chaosium in two editions, the first under the title "Return to Dunwich", the second und
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  • ...h and April 1936 issues ''[[Astounding Stories]]''. It has been reproduced in numerous collections since Lovecraft's death. ...1887 book ''The Frozen Pirate'', Lovecraft had written "several yarns" set in Antarctica.<ref>Joshi and Schultz, p. 132.</ref>
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  • ...929]]). Dunwich is found in the fictional [[Miskatonic River]] Valley of [[Massachusetts]], part of the imaginary region sometimes called [[Lovecraft Country]]. The ...ich also appears in [[Arthur Machen]]'s [[novella]] ''The Terror'' ([[1917 in literature|1917]]), which Lovecraft is known to have read.
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  • ...les]]'' (pp. 481-508). It takes place in [[Dunwich]], a fictional town in Massachusetts. It is considered one of the core stories of the [[Cthulhu Mythos]]. ...Massachusetts. (Lovecraft, letter to August Derleth, August 4, 1928, cited in Joshi, p. 101). (One such legend is the notion that whippoorwills can captu
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  • [[File:Dagon.jpg|200px|thumb|Right|Dagon in Mesopotamian Sculpture]] ...917, one of the first stories he wrote as an adult. It was first published in the November 1919 edition of ''The Vagrant'' (issue #11).
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  • ...(See "[[Shadow Over Innsmouth (fiction)]]", "[[Dreams in the Witch House (fiction)]]"). ...wn, [[Innsmouth]], one would have a list of the most significant locations in Lovecraft Country.
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  • ...[[1921]]). The town is also part of the [[Cthulhu Mythos]] and is featured in [[Call of Cthulhu (RPG)|role-playing games]] based on the mythos. in [[1922]], he became enamored of the town and penned a glowing review in [[1929]] of his experiences there. Lovecraft wrote of seeing the snow-cover
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  • ...ed by [[H.P. Lovecraft]] in his story ''[[The Case of Charles Dexter Ward (fiction)]]''. He had sandy colored hair, always seemed to be only thirty five years ...e age fifteen he ran away to sea. He returned after nine years and settled in [[Salem]] proper. He came back with the mannerisms of an Englishman. He als
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