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|Behavior = Aggressive|Synonyms = Dac}}A Cyclops is monster from Greek Mythology. '''Cyclops''' means 'round eye', this due to it having only one eye. The cyclops in Scribblenauts is a blue and green giant. It is oddly the size of a regular man though, in many novels, cyclopses are described as large monsters. It is hostile towards people and it is scared of a [[Stake]], this being a reference to Homer's Epic,'' "Odyssey"''.
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|Behavior = Aggressive|Synonyms = Dac}}A Cyclops is monster from greek mythology. '''Cyclops''' means 'round eye', this due to it having only one eye. The cyclops in Scribblenauts is a blue and green giant. It is oddly the size of a regular man though, in many novels, cyclopses are described as large monsters. It is hostile towards people and it is scared of a [[Stake]], this being a reference to Homer's Epic,'' "Odyssey"''.
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[[File:CyclopsSU.png|left|Thumb|75px|Female Cyclops]]
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Revision as of 21:08, January 12, 2013

Cyclops
Cyclops Male


Scribblenauts Unlimited

Type

Humanoids

Behavior

Aggressive

Synonyms

Dac

Available in

Scribblenauts, Super Scribblenauts, Scribblenauts Remix, Scribblenauts Unlimited, Scribblenauts Unmasked, Scribblenauts Showdown, Scribblenauts Mega Pack

A Cyclops is monster from greek mythology. Cyclops means 'round eye', this due to it having only one eye. The cyclops in Scribblenauts is a blue and green giant. It is oddly the size of a regular man though, in many novels, cyclopses are described as large monsters. It is hostile towards people and it is scared of a Stake, this being a reference to Homer's Epic, "Odyssey".
CyclopsSU
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