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Hyborian Age, it remained worshiped by a cult led by Queen Sullimma of Stygia, and by the Cult of Sodatha in the Zamoran city of Hanghara who adored and fed in sacrifices a beast mistakenly thought to be Sodatha.
Origin and early years
An evil entity, he was allegedly the most horrible of all the elder gods, one of the Inner Ring of the Outsiders, the Lord of the Dark Ones. He was feared in numberless universe, and was dedicated to plunge the universe of man into evil and ruin.
Along with his fellow Outsiders, he shambled the Earth before Man climbed down from the trees. He was thought forever banished ages before the Hyborian Age, and lived in his domain. Upon the stars aligning themselves in proper position, each ten thousand years, It could return to Earth.
During the Hyborian Age, Yog Sothoth was known under various name, including Sodatha or Sodathat in Kordafa, Yathh Soggatha in Vanaheim, Soggoth to a revered and renowed mystic of the East living in the Mountains of the Night, Sothath, Sogotha, Yog Sothath, Yog the Mighty and Yog the Fearsome
It was worshiped by a cult in Stygia which included Queen Sullimma and Phrephus, and by the Cult of Sodatha in the Zamoran city of Hanghara who adored and fed in sacrifices a beast mistakenly thought to be Sodatha.
- Yog-Sothoth was created by H.P. Lovecraft, and was first mentioned in The Case of Charles Dexter Ward (written in 1927 and published in 1941).
- Yog-Sothoth's first reference in Marvel Comics was erroneously stated in the Demons' entry of the Marvel Zombies Handbook #1 to occur in Savage Sword of Conan #2. The earliest reference occurred in Savage Sword of Conan #1. The first appearance was in "Valley Beyond the Stars (Savage Sword of Conan #152), where Chuck Dixon borrowed Lovecraft's creation into "Yog Sothath".
- Yog-Sokkot, first mentioned in Avengers #352 (September, 1992), was considered by the Appendix to be a Marvel reference to Yog-Sothoth. The Demons' entry in Marvel Zombies Handbook #1 list them among the Old Ones.
- In "Valley Beyond the Stars (Savage Sword of Conan #152), Yog Sothoth is called by numerous names, including Yog, the name of an Hyborian Age demon. It is unclear if Yog is indeed another name of Yog-Sothoth.
- In the adaptation of Robert E. Howard's story "Dig Me No Grave", written by Roy Thomas and published in Journey into Mystery Vol 2 #1, Kathulos' and Yog-Sothoth's names were replaced by Shuma-Gorath's.
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- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Savage Sword of Conan #1; Curse of the Undead-Man
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Marvel Zombies Handbook #1; Demons' entry
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Marvel Tarot #1; The Inner Planes
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Savage Sword of Conan #200
- ↑ Savage Sword of Conan #56
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 Savage Sword of Conan #164; The Slithering God
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 Savage Sword of Conan #152; Valley Beyond the Stars
- ↑ Savage Sword of Conan #150; Call to the Slain
- ↑ Savage Sword of Conan #157; Swords and Scrolls, Thomas James Simpson's question and it's answer
- ↑ Lloigoroth's section on the Legion of the Unliving "IV" page, on Marvunapp/The Appendix
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