Aenno wrote:Also, Frankenstein's monster is quite Victorian, I believe. And it fits Orrorsh, doesn't he?
No reason why he shouldn't, but, as previously noted, the Victorian elements are a skin. The themes are violence, fear, and corruption. It's slasher horror. It doesn't have to be slasher horror at your table, but that's always been the core of Orrorsh.
Aenno wrote:Also, I'm not sure that Lovecraft's cults are about big intrigue. Name "Esoterical Order of Dagon" was placed on plank for it's headquarters, I'm sure in PP they would die from laughter.
Let's unpack this. So far people have mentioned locations (R'lyeh and Innsmouth). While locations were key to Lovecraft's work (he virtually maps some locales), they are not the theme. Leng, the Dreamlands, the Mountains of Madness, and others are also part of the setting. Cities move without explanation. New England was a common setting because it was familiar to Lovecraft. If he'd lived in Texas, it would have been "Shadows over Port Arthur." "Cool Air" and "Rats in the Walls" could take place in any urban environment. People have mentioned the period of the writing, but it bears no resemblance to the Nile Empire laws or axioms. While Lovecraft was a pulp writer, so was Conan (Asyle) and Tarzan (Living Land). The themes of Lovecraftain horror are distopian and existential. To me (your mileage may vary), the best example available is combining Orrorsh and PP (which conveniently happens sometime before day 365).