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Formless Spawn of Tsathoggua

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I've been real lazy of recent, so a minion of Tsathoggua seems quite appropriate. Top row's colour was thrown off a little. Bottom row is pretty spot on.

 

 

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I'm not familiar with spawn of Tsathogghua but it looks like it would be a great ooze to encounter. It looks like it is coming right out of a tar pit.

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Oops, I was so lazy I forgot to link to wiki and the story. I was inspired to make a FSoT after seeing this wondrous mini of one

 
Wiki

Tsathoggua

 

The story

The Tale of Satampra Zeiros

 

TLDR:

 Fast, at least semi sentient, liquid blob of hunger that can reshape itself and even strike from across a room. If it grabs a limb, all you might have left is withered and cauterized stump

. ::o: 

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