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Zalgo is a being that could best be described as a “horror,” a creature of utmost terror. He is known as “He Who Waits Behind the Wall” and the “Nezperdian Hivemind” in some circles. He is an eyeless abomination with seven mouths. His right hand holds a dead star and his left hand holds the Candle Whose Light Is Shadow and is stained with the blood of Am Dhaegar. Six of his mouths speak in different tongues. When the time is right, the seventh shall sing the song that ends the Earth.

To invoke the hive-mind representing chaos.
Invoking the feeling of chaos.
Without order.
The Nezperdian hive-mind of chaos. Zalgo.
He who Waits Behind The Wall.
ZALGO!

He Waits Behind The Wall, in a palace of tortured glass, served by legions forged from the tears of the sleepless dead and clad in armor carved from the suffering of mothers. In his right hand he holds a dead star, and in his right hand he holds the Candle Whose Light Is Shadow. His left hands are stained with the blood of Am Dhaegar. He sings the song that ends the earth. The hivemind that confounds the living, and perpetuates the torture of the damned. He takes the eyes, the window of the soul, removes the ability to feel…anything but pain. Once the eyes have been removed, the soul is removed. The living husk is testament to cruelty and everlasting doom. He cannot be stopped, as fear cannot be stopped. He is inseparable from reality, as he exists beyond the veil…waiting.

He waits behind the thin wall you have built in your soul to free yourself from him… he waits… but he shall come… and will sing the song that will end YOU…

Zalgo is depicted as a jet-skinned knight in silver armor surrounded by a corona of black lightning.

However, Am Dhaegar may have been an ancient city, another entity like himself, or anything else, up to and including an entire universe. He is also described as an amorphous, eyeless being. As Zalgo is malevolent chaos incarnate. His Hands and the tops of his feet have each a large singular Yellow Eye which pulses Non stop and drip Red oil from the bludgeoned orifices.

Zalgo lives in a palace of tortured glass, served by legions of monsters forged from the tears of the undead, and each one clad in armor carved from the concentrated suffering of grieving mothers. He also is said to live within all mankind, waiting for the thin glass wall within them to crack, so that he may take over…

His real name is Z’algatoth.

Alias
Zalgo, He Who Waits Behind the Wall, The Nezperdian Hivemind, Holder of the Candle Whose Light is Shadow

Occupation
Demonic personification of evil and the Apocalypse
Powers/Skills
Apocalyptic powers, vast Satanic powers, dark and light magic, can corrupt reality, shape-shifting
Hobby
Twisting reality, being worshiped, sitting in his dark palace holding his dark candle
Goals
Break free of his palace, come to Earth, and destroy humanity and the world (ongoing)
Type of Villain
Lovecraftian Horror, Demon, Cataclysm, Apocalypse, Deity, Protagonist yet Antagonist at the same time.
~What is Lovecraftian Horror?~
Lovecraftian horror is a subgenre of horror fiction that emphasizes the cosmic horror of the unknown (and in some cases, unknowable) more than gore or other elements of shock, though these may still be present.[1]It is named after American author H. P. Lovecraft (1890 – 1937).
~Origin of Lovecraftian Horror~
Lovecraft refined this style of storytelling into his own mythos that involved a set of supernatural, pre-human, and extraterrestrial elements.[2] His work was inspired by and similar to previous authors such as Edgar Allan Poe,[3] Algernon Blackwood and Lord Dunsany.[4]
The hallmark of Lovecraft’s work is cosmicism: the sense that ordinary life is a thin shell over a reality that is so alien and abstract in comparison that merely contemplating it would damage the sanity of the ordinary person. Lovecraft’s work is also steeped in the insular feel of rural New England, and much of the genre continues to maintain this sense that “that which man was not meant to know” might be closer to the surface of ordinary life outside of the crowded cities of modern civilization.
~Here’s a Few Themes of Lovecraftian Horror so you may get the General Idea~

Anti-anthropocentrismmisanthropy in general. Lovecraft’s works tend not to focus on characterization of humans, in line with his view of humanity’s insignificant place in the universe, and the general Modernist trend of literature at the time of his writings.
Preoccupation with viscerate texture. The horror features of Lovecraft’s stories tend to involve protean semi-gelatinous substances, such as slime, as opposed to standard horror elements such as blood, bones, or corpses.
Antiquarian writing style. Even when dealing with up-to-date technology, Lovecraft tended to use anachronisms as well as old-fashioned words when dealing with such things. For example, he used the term “man of science” rather than the modern word, “scientist” and often spelled “show” as “shew” and “lantern” as “lanthorne.”
Detachment. Lovecraftian heroes (both in original writings and in more modern adaptations) tend to be isolated individuals, usually with an academic or scholarly intent.
Helplessness and hopelessness. Although Lovecraftian heroes may occasionally deal a “setback” to malignant forces, their victories are temporary, and they usually pay a price for it. Otherwise, subjects often find themselves completely unable to simply run away, instead driven by some other force to their desperate end.
Unanswered questions. Characters in Lovecraft’s stories rarely if ever fully understand what is happening to them, and often go insane if they try.
Sanity’s fragility and vulnerability. Characters in many of Lovecraft’s stories are unable to cope mentally with the extraordinary and almost incomprehensible truths they witness or hear. The strain of trying to cope, as Lovecraft often illustrates, is impossible to bear and insanity takes hold.
Questionable parentage. Relatives of characters are typically depicted as paranormal or abnormal, whereas intimate relations in general are often represented as foreboding and sinister.


Invocation of Zalgo
Zalgo is an internet phenomena and a meme-status urban legend often seen as the personification of chaos and evil, in a similar fashion to the later adaptations of Lovecraft (the earlier Lovecraftian literature however did not have “evil” and “good” – due to Lovecraft’s nihilistic thinking).

However, his true form is much more horrific. He is described as having seven mouths speaking in six foul tongues, the seventh singing the song that will end the world, and four arms holding a Black Hole and a candle that sheds darkness rather than light. Am Dhaegar may have been an ancient city, another entity like himself, or anything else, up to and including an entire universe. He is also described as an amorphous, eyeless being. As Zalgo is malevolent chaos incarnate, both descriptions may be true.

Realm

Zalgo lives in a palace of tortured glass, served by legions of monsters forged from the tears of the undead, and each one clad in armor carved from the concentrated suffering of grieving mothers. He also is said to live within all mankind, waiting for the thin glass wall within them to crack, so that he may take over…

Attire
Contrary to belief Zalgo prefers a more elegant attire for his Day to day basis (Depending on the Rp) he wears a Black and Red suit and Tie. The vest is a Deep oil color with the shirt inside being a Deep Blood red along with the tie. his physical appearance looks like a teenage Male…..if the male was 8ft in height with two horns curling down from the top of his head and pointing outward by his chin and decorated with Necklaces and Beads hanging from the horns. His skin color is Jet black and lightly glistens in the moonlight. long curly black hair runs down his face stopping at his chest. He has three rings on each hand symbolizing the 6 mouths that must be opened to bring the End of All. In some occasions Bone wings would sprout from his back not for flight but for appearance than anything. lastly his eyes, Which have the beauty of Dead stars with a Red filling.

Crown of the Dead
This Unique Item belongs to Chaos Incarnate, The Embodiment of the End, The Apocalypse imbue. The three eyed crown bestows the wearer immunity from all Beings with evil intentions and can only be obtained from the surrendering of Zalgo or Truly facing ones inner most fears be it for good or evil. He leaves said crown within his palace of Defiled Glass far from any and in his own Bloody realm beyond the 12 plains of Torment and suffering, past the blackened seas created by the Tears of the sleepless dead and into the gut of Amoncrul the Flesh ripper.

Zalgo will stop at nothing to Protect his crown and keep it out of the hands of Mortals, Gods and Deities alike. The crowns location is protected from Omnipresent and Omnipotent beings capable of gaining access into his Realm. The realm itself has a constant beat much like a hearts pace, Rotating non-stop to prevent a direct link to the crows location.

 

Rules
1. No one liners. I’d greatly prefer detail into the Rp than simple sentences, it adds more fun in the Story and makes it interesting.
2. 18+ Gore, Violence, Graphic detail Etc.
3. Please don’t mix ic and ooc, If there’s Drama in the Rp don’t get upset over petty things in the Rp, It’s supposed to be fun.
4. You m you start unless I’m feeling the rush to start which usually I am :).
5. Have fun with it. Add new things and let’s keep it interesting besides isn’t this all for fun.