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Night gaunts are monsters said to haunt the world of Daventry. They lurk in the darkest places in Tamir. they wait. They hunt. They feed.[1]

Perhaps related to to the goons.

Behind the scenesEdit

Night gaunts are creatures originating out of the stories of H.P. Lovecraft. Nightgaunts (also Night-Gaunt or night-gaunt) are a fictional race in the Cthulhu Mythos and is also part of H. P. Lovecraft's Dream Cycle. The creatures appear in the poem "Night-Gaunts" and the novella The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, both by Lovecraft. Nightgaunts have a vaguely human shape, but are thin, black, and faceless. Their skin is slick and rubbery. They sport a pair of inward-facing horns on their heads, and have clawed hands and a long barbed tail which is used to "tickle" their victims into submission. They can fly using a set of membranous wings. They make no sound.

The description is very similar to the appearance of the Goons.

ReferencesEdit

  1. KQC3E, 147

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