8. PEOPLE OF THE MONOLITH Fanatic, Cthulhu
...Surely, I thought, these are villagers who have come here to hold some fantastic conclave- but another glance told me that these people were not the folk of Stregoicavar. They were a shorter, more squat race, whose brows were lower, whose faces were broader and duller. Some had Slavic and Magyar features, but those features were degraded as from a mixture of some baser, alien strain I could not classify. Many wore the hides of wild beasts, and their whole appearance, both men and women, was one of sensual brutishness. They terrified and repelled me, but they gave me no heed. They formed in a vast half-circle in front of the monolith and began a sort of chant, flinging their arms in unison and weaving their bodies rhythmically from the waist upward. All eyes were fixed on the top of the Stone which they seemed to be invoking...
-Robert E. Howard, The Black Stone
Degenerate descendants of the original cult of the Great Old Ones, keeping their blasphemous rites alive in hidden corners of the globe. The mini- would depict two wild-haired, loincloth-clad figures posed on the base, one kneeling and the other leaping into the air in a frenzied dance.
Plot Twists: +0
A:08-08-07-06-05-X Servant of the Gods*
D:02-02-02-01-01-X Sacrifice (Agony)
*Modify this monster's Attack value by +1 for every adjacent friendly monster with the Cthulhu class.