This page merge many beings sometimes believed to be the same entity, and could be split in the future regarding the publication of new material.

18th century

The Nameless One's name was swore upon in the contract in which John Grimlan sold his soul and body to Malik Tous in exchange for longevity or wealth, in the 18th century.[1]

Modern Age

He was seemingly worshiped on Yuggoth, and was invoked by the carved sign on an altar.[2]

The Nameless One was created by H.P. Lovecraft in Recognition (adapted in The Scar, Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft #1), from Fungi from Yuggoth (written between the 27 December 1929 and the 4 January 1930), and later mentioned in Robert E. Howard's Dig Me No Grave (written in 1937 and adapted in the eponymous story in Journey into Mystery Vol 2 #1).

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  1. Journey into Mystery Vol 2 #1; Dig Me No Grave
  2. Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft #1; Recognition / The Scar

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