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'''[[File:Ulyaoth.png|thumb|right]]Ulyaoth''' (voiced by Richard Doyle) is one of the three Ancients whose artifacts dwell in the [[Forbidden City]] during Pious' chapter. Ulyaoth's powers focus on magick and the dimensional planes, and even his artifact, the [[Veil of Ulyaoth]], fades from dimension to dimension, "never really existing but never really not." He is also known as The Absent Horror. [[File:Photo0028.jpg|thumb|'The Veil of Ulyaoth']] His servants are tinged blue and they specialize in magickal damage. Ulyaoth's form is reminiscent of a jellyfish, and his minions also have some relation to water and his form: his zombies are drowned, his Horrors and Bonethieves have gel-like segments and whole bodies respectively, his Guardians resemble krill, and so on. With the exception of his zombies, all of Ulyaoth's servants may be living, fully intact alien creatures, making his forces unique among the servants of the Ancients.
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'''[[File:Ulyaoth.png|thumb|right]]Ulyaoth''' (voiced by Richard Doyle) is one of the three Ancients whose artifacts dwell in the [[Forbidden City]] during Pious' chapter. Ulyaoth's powers focus on magick and the dimensional planes, and even his artifact, the [[Veil of Ulyaoth]], fades from dimension to dimension, "never really existing but never really not." [[File:Photo0028.jpg|thumb|'The Veil of Ulyaoth']] His servants are tinged blue and they specialize in magickal damage. Ulyaoth's form is reminiscent of a jellyfish, and his minions also have some relation to water and his form: his zombies are drowned, his Horrors and Bonethieves have gel-like segments and whole bodies respectively, his Guardians resemble krill, and so on. With the exception of his zombies, all of Ulyaoth's servants may be living, fully intact alien creatures, making his forces unique among the servants of the Ancients.
   
 
Ulyaoth has two circles of planet-like orbs surrounding him, with the smaller circle (both in diameter and orb size) floating above the larger one. These constantly circle Ulyaoth and may be a nod to how movement generates/restores magick for player characters. They also could be seen as crowns of sorts.
 
Ulyaoth has two circles of planet-like orbs surrounding him, with the smaller circle (both in diameter and orb size) floating above the larger one. These constantly circle Ulyaoth and may be a nod to how movement generates/restores magick for player characters. They also could be seen as crowns of sorts.

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