Nyarlethotep (the crawling chaos, the evil with a thousand forms, the messenger of the outer gods) originates from the literature of HP Lovecraft and is by far one of the most evil, sadistic, and interactive with humanity. Like I said in the last question, which was (feasibility of yog sothoth), I will remove the god-like attributes and try to make it into a species.
In the future, humanity has found thousands of worlds filled with thousands of species and have encountered various space fairing creatures. However, one of the most interesting species humanity has encountered are the nyarlethotepians, or nyarlethoteps for short.
appearance and behavior
The appearance of nyarlethoteps varies drastically based on the species that is viewing them. To more advance alien races, nyarlethoteps look like highly advanced machines; to humans, nyarlethoteps look just like humans; to less advanced species, they will take the form of their gods. However, it is believed that the creatures actually have the form that involves 3 to 4 large tentacle-like appendages at the bottom, with having a upper torso that is vaguely humanoid and seemingly have another tentacle-like appendage for a head with a massive orifice in the center, which is presumed to be the mouth of the creature.
The species' individuals seemingly derive enjoyment and pleasure from the suffering, failure, and downfall of other known space-fairing creatures, but seem to derive the most enjoyment from humanity’s failures. Scientist and historians theorize that these species may have been the inspiration of humanity’s various religions and beliefs and may have inspired other known alien religions.
These species are so intelligent such that human scientists speculate that a mere human trying to comprehend their vast knowledge will breakdown in existential fear, anxiety, and a newfound nihilistic outlook on life.
This species is advanced enough to traverse to other universes, build entire star systems, create bodies, transfer their consciousness to those new bodies, and much more. Surprisingly enough, these advanced beings do have a single belief in two gods: the yog sothoths and the azathoths. It is unknown why such advanced beings believe they are ruled by one more advanced race and by one more primitive race.
A recent research exchange between these creatures and humanity has suggested that they do need to eat and drink, but it isn’t as much as a worry as it is for humans. Evidence suggest that the home world of these creatures only has cephalopod-like animals and is riddled with crevices, mountains, and valleys that allow for some creatures to hide in tight spaces.
Could such alien species feasibility exist, if not, then what is feasible?