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This subject is written on a topic in the real world and reflects factual information. 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. The Mlandoth cycle is a parallel legend to the "Cthulhu cycle". It is the invention of Walter C. DeBill Jr. and instead of relying heavily on the literary creations of H. P. Lovecraft or his followers DeBill's stories utilize an entirely new pantheon, literary milieu and different forbidden books.

The cycle gets its name from the creator deity, Mlandoth. Other important deities are Ngyr-Korath, it's avatar or "extension" Ymnar and the fertility god Yidhra. (ADJ: "Where Yidhra Walks", Walter C. DeBill, 1976)

The cycle is described in various sources such as the incredibly ancient The Chronicles of Thrang, The Texts of Mloeng and the more recent Uralte Schrecken. (ADJ: "Ngyr-Khorath", Walter C. DeBill, 1973 / "The Barrett Horror", 2006)

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