The Sister of Endless Night | STAR
H.P. Lovecraft is best known for his unique works within the horror genre. Each and every one of the stories he wrote were of a dark nature. Today, he exists in spirit as a highly respected author that brought to light some well-known works, some of which you can see in movies, books and even video games. Regardless of what you read by him, it is likely to send chills up your spine. Some claim that he is easily the best if not at least one of the best at what he did. Yet, he died in poverty.
There are works and other books that the general public does not have access to or even know about, ones that he had never published, allowed anyone to read or know they existed. Some of these works were a series of tales that are full of black spots of missing blotted out so that it cannot be read. In interviews, H.P. Lovecraft claimed many times over and over that many of the creatures and even the books of magic or power mentioned in his stories were not real. Yet, several journals that belonged to H.P. Lovecraft reveal the majority of the information given to the general public to be false or vaguely accurate; twisted truth.
It wasn't necessarily that he was doing anything sneaky. Most of what Lovecraft did was for attention. However, he didn't quite know what he was getting himself into. Most of the lies he told were in reference to how or where the inspiration came from for most of his thoughts and ideas. He always sighted that they just came to him. In actuality, H.P. Lovecraft was sick.
Ever since he was young, Lovecraft had been surrounded by a series of demons - there were many. They had caused him to have poor health since a very young age and would often inspire dark thoughts that later drove him toward writing. They plagued his mind with horrible thoughts, which he wrote in an attempt to get them out of his head. It never truly worked but he continued to write what he saw. What he called stories were in fact actual events that were taking place. The books he described actually exist to this very day. He had never been exposed to them so he would not know that but the demons would, especially because many of the books belonged to demons.
It wasn't until toward the end of his life the Lovecraft learned of most of this - the demons and secrets. He feared that no one would listen and based on all of the things that the demons were already doing along with the fact that their very existence was making him sick, he continued to write. His stories became more detailed. He hoped that it would lead someone to what he could never find. These writings were the works that were never released. They have entire paragraphs blotted out with ink and some of it is even written in a strange language in some intervals. It remains hard to imagine what Lovecraft experienced when he was writing these last works.
However, when we were able to get a look at these works, we found that he wrote a lot about an item of magic created by the Necronomicon, one capable of many platforms of magic. It was owned by a superior demon that operates directly under Satan himself. It goes into detail of the immense dark magic within it and how it can manipulate its own magic to mimic another form of magic. It adapts to any magic it is exposed to. This piece is called the Endless Night and it is kept among the corpse of the body of the demon it belongs to. Disturbing it or threatening to disturb it summons the demon himself. No human has ever been in contact with it. We used a series of H.P. Lovecrafts works to locate it.
When we found it, the demon did appear before us as expected. His face was hallow and his voice was a clutter of whispers. He asked why we sought out the Endless Night. He would not give us the original piece because he claimed it to be too dark for man kind so he gave us this piece instead. He calls it the Sister of the Endless night. It is capable of many forms of magic - light, dark and dual - and it is nearly as powerful as his own. It has the ability to mimic other abilities. This piece is the original piece giving by the entity we had encountered.