This subject contains information from the Mythos Adjacent Works, and while share similar themes and features of the Mythos are not based on his work, or generally considered a part of the Mythos proper.B'Moth, The Master, is a god of the seas with a world-wide but little-known following. Probably an abbreviation of Beh'-Moth (known as Beh'-Moth the Devourer in the book Monstres & Their Kynde), thence Behemoth, the giant sea monster mention in The Bible. B'Moth wishes to send a horde of fierce animals to crush civilization and blot it out.

Probably another name for Cthulhu or one of his spawn like Leviathan.

Behind the Mythos[edit | edit source]

B'Moth was created by Bertram Russell during Lovecraft's lifetime, in "The Scourge of B'Moth" - it has been remarked that the story is practically a re-write of "The Call of Cthulhu"; Henry Hasse listed the creature among Mythos entries in a book quote in "The Guardian of the Book".

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