"Amaster of the mental image ... he takes your brain and makes it his canvas."
--The Horror Review
"What became clear to me in the endless eons I spent drowning in his wake is
this: Azathoth is always aware.
"He has many faces, separate after a fashion, yet never cut off from the whole. Some fragment is ever-watching, pondering and
thinking. Like the ebb and flow of an endless black ocean do his many splinter-selves rise and fall; ascending to great heights of thought beyond the contemplation of our poor minds, then
collapsing back into the eternal dreaming sea.
"It is the threatened rousing of the whole that we justly fear. Should that multitude be awakened, should that infinite ocean of
darkness rise to a churning boil, the consequences would surely be dire.
"For all life. For all existence."
"... high intrigue, ancient rituals, disgusting villains and
mind-ripping horrors ... catnip for Lovecraft fans."