|Titles||The Eternal Source|
|Areas of Concern|| Disasters|
|Cleric Alignments (1E)|
|Domains (1E)||Destruction, Evil, Madness, Water|
|Subdomains (1E)||Catastrophe, Insanity, Nightmare, Oceans|
|Symbol||Waves parting around a rising jagged stone|
Source: In Search of Sanity, pg(s). 67
(chaotic, evil, Great Old One)
Source: Black Stars Beckon, pg(s). 84–85
Ghatanothoa's form, consisting of an abhorrent tangle of organs, is capable of shifting its composition at a whim but always retains a definite shape. A mere glance at Ghatanothoa or one of its perfect images is enough to transform one instantly into a desiccated, living corpse capable of seeing and feeling time but unable to move or interact with the world outside.
For additional resources, see the Meta page.
- It is very unusual for a neutral evil creature to have the chaotic subtype, but this is confirmed in the text.
- Original Source: H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald, "Out of the Aeons", 1935; James Jacobs. (2016). The Elder Mythos. In Search of Sanity, p. 67. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-882-3
- James Jacobs. (2016). The Elder Mythos. In Search of Sanity, p. 67. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-882-3
- Benjamin Bruck, Jim Groves, and James Jacobs. (2017). Bestiary. Black Stars Beckon, p. 85. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-919-6