The horror of H. P. Lovecraft has been an important inspiration since the early days of roleplaying. Even The Dark Eye has often used this theme in the past. The tentacled horrors and nefarious cults of the lower Havenas clearly bear the signature of Lovecraft. The Bloody Sea with its demon arks, fish-men and the creeping contamination of the surrounding area has made use of the same aesthetics, and the arch-demon Amazeroth reminds many of the creeping chaos of Nyarlathotep. With Sandy Petersen's Cthulhu Myth, you now have the opportunity to bring Lovecraft's creatures and gods directly into your Aventuria for the first time!
In "Sandy Petersen's Cthulhu Myth for The Dark Eye" we connect Aventuria and all of it with the cosmic horrors of H. P. Lovecraft. Are Arch Demons in fact some of the Great Ancients, or are Azatoth, Cthulhu, and Yog-Sothothoth horrors from a completely different world? Is there a connection between Madaya's dreams, the light world of the elves and the dreamlands of the Cthulhu myth? And what role do the fall of the stars and Satinav, the guardian of time, play in connection with the myth?
You will find the answers in "Sandy Petersen's Cthulhu Myth"!