#1 Posted by The Man of Yesteryear (5502 posts) - - Show Bio
The Phoenix Force
Nyarlathotep

                         Nyarlathotep vs Phoenix Force


#2 Posted by The Man of Yesteryear (5502 posts) - - Show Bio

No one?

#3 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio

Nyarlathotep slurps up the phoenix force like soup.  Psionic attacks against his kind are suicide, if looking upon them causes insanity, mental contact will destroy you.

#4 Posted by IcePrince_X (4865 posts) - - Show Bio

They are both bringer of chaos and yet the most powerful and distinctive property of the phoenix is also hope....what is destroyed can be rebuild...so in its fullest power...the Phoenix wins this over Nyarlathotep.

#5 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio
IcePrince_X said:
"They are both bringer of chaos and yet the most powerful and distinctive property of the phoenix is also hope....what is destroyed can be rebuild...so in its fullest power...the Phoenix wins this over Nyarlathotep."
Nope, Lovecraftian creatures cannot be defeated, Lovecraft wrote it so that his creatures would always be vastly stronger than any other work of fiction's characters. 
#6 Posted by King Saturn (225029 posts) - - Show Bio
Some of these battle of these Massive Cosmic entities... seem to have no right answer since they both are the embodiment of creation and destruction itself... how does one beat the other ?
#7 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio
King Saturn said:
"Some of these battle of these Massive Cosmic entities... seem to have no right answer since they both are the embodiment of creation and destruction itself... how does one beat the other ?
"
The Lovecraft creation wins, only another lovecraft creature can defeat a major lovecraftian entity.
#8 Posted by IcePrince_X (4865 posts) - - Show Bio
Dreadnaught said:
"King Saturn said:
"Some of these battle of these Massive Cosmic entities... seem to have no right answer since they both are the embodiment of creation and destruction itself... how does one beat the other ?
"
The Lovecraft creation wins, only another lovecraft creature can defeat a major lovecraftian entity."
Then this is a stalemate because this is a fight of writers' concepts.
The writer of Lovecraft just wrote it so so that no one can top him in a logical sense it is not at par to what has been written to far more developed characters of other writers. But is the Lovecraft creation capable of giving hope? Because at the end of the day Hope still wins even in the most unlikely battle.

I believe the concept of the unbeatable is too far out...it is a safe excuse but not realistic.
#9 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio
IcePrince_X said:
"Dreadnaught said:
"King Saturn said:
"Some of these battle of these Massive Cosmic entities... seem to have no right answer since they both are the embodiment of creation and destruction itself... how does one beat the other ?
"
The Lovecraft creation wins, only another lovecraft creature can defeat a major lovecraftian entity."
Then this is a stalemate because this is a fight of writers' concepts.
The writer of Lovecraft just wrote it so so that no one can top him in a logical sense it is not at par to what has been written to far more developed characters of other writers. But is the Lovecraft creation capable of giving hope? Because at the end of the day Hope still wins even in the most unlikely battle.

I believe the concept of the unbeatable is too far out...it is a safe excuse but not realistic."
Lovecraft despised stories that give "hope" that's more of tolkien's thing.  Lovecraft thought that humanity is just a tiny speck in the universe, and it is.
#10 Posted by IcePrince_X (4865 posts) - - Show Bio
Dreadnaught said:
"IcePrince_X said:
"Dreadnaught said:
"King Saturn said:
"Some of these battle of these Massive Cosmic entities... seem to have no right answer since they both are the embodiment of creation and destruction itself... how does one beat the other ?
"
The Lovecraft creation wins, only another lovecraft creature can defeat a major lovecraftian entity."
Then this is a stalemate because this is a fight of writers' concepts.
The writer of Lovecraft just wrote it so so that no one can top him in a logical sense it is not at par to what has been written to far more developed characters of other writers. But is the Lovecraft creation capable of giving hope? Because at the end of the day Hope still wins even in the most unlikely battle.

I believe the concept of the unbeatable is too far out...it is a safe excuse but not realistic."
Lovecraft despised stories that give "hope" that's more of tolkien's thing.  Lovecraft thought that humanity is just a tiny speck in the universe, and it is."
Lovecraft is so EMO.
#11 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio
IcePrince_X said:
"Dreadnaught said:
"IcePrince_X said:
"Dreadnaught said:
"King Saturn said:
"Some of these battle of these Massive Cosmic entities... seem to have no right answer since they both are the embodiment of creation and destruction itself... how does one beat the other ?
"
The Lovecraft creation wins, only another lovecraft creature can defeat a major lovecraftian entity."
Then this is a stalemate because this is a fight of writers' concepts.
The writer of Lovecraft just wrote it so so that no one can top him in a logical sense it is not at par to what has been written to far more developed characters of other writers. But is the Lovecraft creation capable of giving hope? Because at the end of the day Hope still wins even in the most unlikely battle.

I believe the concept of the unbeatable is too far out...it is a safe excuse but not realistic."
Lovecraft despised stories that give "hope" that's more of tolkien's thing.  Lovecraft thought that humanity is just a tiny speck in the universe, and it is."
Lovecraft is so EMO."
He died due to a fatal nightmare.  :P
#12 Posted by Swagga Boy (3769 posts) - - Show Bio

EMOs suck!

#13 Posted by geraldthesloth (33313 posts) - - Show Bio

Nyarlathotep

#14 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio
Swagga Boy said:
"EMOs suck!"
You just don't appreciate great literature.