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Cthulhu is the most famous and therefore is the most popular. He also is one that seems most like a Giant Monster, as the others are more entity like and Cthulhu is a Mountain sized Kaiju-like monster, and he seems different to the others as he is more mythical and in some ways more intriguing.
 
Cthulhu is the most famous and therefore is the most popular. He also is one that seems most like a Giant Monster, as the others are more entity like and Cthulhu is a Mountain sized Kaiju-like monster, and he seems different to the others as he is more mythical and in some ways more intriguing.
   
Yog-Sothoth is interesting as a God-like Character and he knows and is all, which makes him a lot like the Christian God (or the Religious God) and how he is everything and knows everything which makes you feel very insignificant. Also, he is Amoral, which makes him, in a way, more interesting than the Religious God as he doesn't care about you but doesn't hate you either.
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Yog-Sothoth is interesting as a God-like Character and he knows and is all, which makes him a lot like the Christian God (or any Religious God) and how he is everything and knows everything which makes you feel very insignificant. Also, he is Amoral, which makes him, in a way, more interesting than the Religious God as he doesn't care about you but doesn't hate you either.
   
 
Azathoth is an epic concept as he is Omnipotent and created everything, but he is also mindless and he created everything in his dream, which is very unique and thought provoking. Additionally, the fact that all of existence and things like speed, strength and destruction is simply a concept created by him is interesting as well and as he could destroy everything by awakening from his dream is simply terrifying.
 
Azathoth is an epic concept as he is Omnipotent and created everything, but he is also mindless and he created everything in his dream, which is very unique and thought provoking. Additionally, the fact that all of existence and things like speed, strength and destruction is simply a concept created by him is interesting as well and as he could destroy everything by awakening from his dream is simply terrifying.

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The Big Four Lovecraft Deities, in my opinion, are Cthulhu, Yog-Sothoth, Azathoth and Nyarlathotep.

All of them have something going for them:

Cthulhu is the most famous and therefore is the most popular. He also is one that seems most like a Giant Monster, as the others are more entity like and Cthulhu is a Mountain sized Kaiju-like monster, and he seems different to the others as he is more mythical and in some ways more intriguing.

Yog-Sothoth is interesting as a God-like Character and he knows and is all, which makes him a lot like the Christian God (or any Religious God) and how he is everything and knows everything which makes you feel very insignificant. Also, he is Amoral, which makes him, in a way, more interesting than the Religious God as he doesn't care about you but doesn't hate you either.

Azathoth is an epic concept as he is Omnipotent and created everything, but he is also mindless and he created everything in his dream, which is very unique and thought provoking. Additionally, the fact that all of existence and things like speed, strength and destruction is simply a concept created by him is interesting as well and as he could destroy everything by awakening from his dream is simply terrifying.

Nyarlathotep is interesting as a villain and a very evil, devilish like villain, probably in my opinion the most evil villain in all of fiction. He is a God who abuses his powers to cause suffering to humans for the fun of it, as well as causing trickery and mischief which makes him a somewhat immature god.

I don't know which one is the best. Flip a coin. 

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