Pursuit The narrator flees the shop hiding the book under their coat. The Key Making it home and bolting the door the narrator reveals their intention to use the book to bridge dimensions in order to explain their unusual visions of sunset spires and twilight woods. The Lamp The narrator lights a lamp to see in the black gulf, and went into his tent to light it with some unknown oil, which flashed with some mysterious shapes that intrigued the narrator. The Port Edit The narrator reaches a seaside port ten miles off of Arkham as the sun set, as a sailboat from his destination of Innsmouth sailed by, which the narrator did not wave to when he feels that Innsmouth was a very oddly-gray and unsettling town. He enters a courtyard which traps him with undead dancing men with no hands or heads.
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It is described as "the terrible black planet The Yuggoth is described as being known as "a creature, a planet, and an idea" and is an abstract alter-dimensional entity which is entering through the hole in the fabric of time that the story revolves around. The being is involved in diplomacy in the Blazing World.
The H. Far Yuggoth can only be reached by taking a ship called the Hovecraft. When his adversaries close in to seemingly finish him, he informs that they are powerless. As they are now on Yuggoth, which is the planet ruled by Behemoth, a more powerful member of the Thirteen In the video game Phoenix Point , one of the background short stories identifies Yuggoth as the source of an infestation that wiped out an ancient civilization millions of years ago.
Presumably, the similar infestation threatening Earth in the game comes from the same source. Nithon[ edit ] Nithon is a cloud-laden moon of Yuggoth. It is covered by fungi and has luminescent clouds that block all sunlight. Very little is known about these moons, though Thog is said to be a pitch-black world.
On the surface of Thok is the fabled Ghooric Zone—a green-litten cavern containing a putrid lake where "puffed shoggoths splash".
Fungi from Yuggoth
Style[ edit ] Fungi from Yuggoth represents a marked departure from the mannered poems Lovecraft had been writing up to this point. His multiple use there of feminine rhyme is reminiscent of A. Housman e. Varying opinions have been expressed in the critical literature on Lovecraft as to whether the poems form a continuous cycle which tells a story, or whether each individual sonnet is discrete.
Fungi from Yuggoth and Other Poems
It is described as "the terrible black planet The Yuggoth is described as being known as "a creature, a planet, and an idea" and is an abstract alter-dimensional entity which is entering through the hole in the fabric of time that the story revolves around. The being is involved in diplomacy in the Blazing World. The H. Far Yuggoth can only be reached by taking a ship called the Hovecraft.