"In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming..." - English translation of Aklo verse
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"Great cities lie beneath the waves, unknown to man -- this is what the other fish-men tell me -- gigantic edifices of coral and stone, beautiful and terrible, to mock the rude stone piles of the land dwellers. Y'ha-nthlei. K'Kligir. There they dwell in numbers uncounted, forever, awaiting the day when R'lyeh will surface, Great Cthulhu will rise from his tomb, and the sea will swallow the land."
~Mike Minnis, "I Walk the World's Black Rim"
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