In vaulted halls entombed is an episode of the Love, Death & Robots series. It is the eighth episode of volume 3. There are a few military episodes on Love, Death, and Robots, yet nothing like this one. The eighth episode of the third volume of the show named, In Vaulted Halls Entombed is where current fighting meets the anger of antiquated divine beings. Indiana Jones meets Jack Reacher.
Jerome Chen was director. Joe Manganiello gave a voice to Coulthard. Christian Serratos as Harper (voice). Jai Courtney gave voice to spencer. Noshir Dalal gave voice to Beaumont. Stanton lee gave voice to Dilman. Jeff Schine gave voice to Gladstone. Debra Wilson possed Harper, and Fred Tatasciore has Bound god/Raptor Base to give voice to these.
In Valued Halls, Entombed Ending Explained:
The insatiable cavern insects killed each of the fighters aside from Coulthard and Harper. Finally, an opportunity for opportunity introduced itself because of a passage that could return them to the surface; notwithstanding, Coulthard becomes diverted by the whisperings of a monster in a different room.
What welcomes the warriors is a caught senior god, who has been detained for millennia. The eldritch frightfulness assumes control over the brain of Coulthard, and the warrior endeavors to deliver him. Harper can stop him yet is compelled to kill him.
Irritated by the demise of her companion, she discharges her firearm at the senior god to no end, causing no harm to him. Its deep brilliant eyes continue to rehash for her to deliver him. Nonetheless, it is uncovered that Harper effectively got burrows, yet she has taken out her eyes with her blade, her psyche broken at seeing the senior god.
Setting eyes upon an eldritch god is a one-way pass to franticness, particularly if one experiences Cthulu. We can’t say for sure that the eldritch loathsomeness Coulthard and Harper experienced was Cthulu, as there are many other eldritch divine beings.
Be that as it may, the senior god caught inside the sanctuary looks like Cthulhu because of its goliath wings on its back, famous limbs, and different eyes. Setting eyes upon Cthulu would make any typical human crazy.