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Plastic Wax Factory Vol 05 53 - TCHO-TCHOS

TCHO-TCHOS. Group of people encountered in such far-flung places as the Andaman Islands, Malaysia, and Tibet. They are usually thought of as dwelling near the Plateau of Leng in central Asia, though others have suggested that the center of their influence is the Plateau of Sung in Burma. At the beginning of time, the Tcho-Tcho's god Chaugnar Faugn created a race of dwarfs known as the Miri Nigri from the flesh of prehistoric reptiles. The mating of the Miri with Chaugnar's human worshipers gave rise to the Tcho-Tchos. This strange race of dwarves then migrated to the east from their former home in the Pyrenees, carrying Chaugnar to his new dwelling place. By the second century, they had become the Tochoans, a people living in what is today Afghanistan and the surrounding regions. An alternate history tells of how the Tcho-Tchos came to this world out of the Great Abyss to the Dreamlands city of Sarkomand, and then to the Plateau of Sung. According to this legend, the Tcho-tchos may have been servants of the Elder Gods sent to guard Zhar and Lloigor who degenerated with the passage of time and the influence of the  black lotus. It is uncertain whether these stories are compatible. At any rate, even orthodox anthropologists suggest that the Tcho-Tchos are genetically disparate enough from most humans that they may have diverged from our genetic line as long ago as Homo erectus. Some even say that the Tcho-Tcho are so genetically diverse that they require special rituals in order to mate, though little evidence of this exists. Though the Tcho-Tchos were once widespread throughout eastern Asia, more recently they have dwindled to only a few isolated groups, most prominently in Malaysia and Cambodia. All nearby tribes despise their Tcho-Tcho neighbors. Most anthropologists believed until recently that the Japanese had exterminated all of them in 1932, as Edward Roberts stated in his
 Tcho-Tcho:  Fact or Fiction? Tcho-Tcho tribes lived in Indochina and were armed by the CIA during the Vietnam War, but in 1970-71 the U. S. secretly bombed every known or suspected Tcho-Tcho village in the area. A few years ago, however, certain congressmen passed measures allowing the immigration of forty thousand Tcho-Tchos to the United States. These immigrants seem determined to keep their native traditions alive in this new land, creating criminal triads and holding their ceremonies in secret.
Besides Chaugnar, Tcho-Tchos also worship Zhar, Lloigor, Shub-Niggurath, Hastur, and Atlach-Nacha. They also engage in cannibalism, as well as other unpleasant rites that allow their agricultural methods to yield abundant crops.

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