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Stygian refers to the River Styx of the underworld Hades in Greek mythology.
Stygia or Sygian may also refer to:
- Stygian Cove, in the South Orkney Islands
In the animal kingdom
- Stygia (Conan), a nation in the fictional world of Conan the Barbarian
- Stygian witches, a name for the Graeae in the Clash of Titans films
- The Stygian Penal Colony, a maximum security prison used by the Multiverse Authority in film The One (2001 film).
- Stygian Abyss, a name for two different video games:
- Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones, a Lovecraftian computer role-playing game of horror, loss and madness.
- Stygian Zinogre, a monster from the video game series Monster Hunter
- The Stygian Iron, an iron sword from the Rick Riordan novels.
- Short name for Sotho Tyg Ian, former main antagonist in the German Sci-fi novels Perry Rhodan
- The Stygian is a giant worm and core boss in the Fantasy action video game Darksiders.
- The Nightmare in 123 Slaughter Me Street talks about a stygian pit. [ [123 Slaughter Me Street] ]
- The planet Stygia, a playable planet in the video game Ratchet: Deadlocked
- The Stygian Delta, an area in the video game Dark Age of Camelot
- HMS Stygian (P249), an S-class submarine of the Royal Navy
- Stygian blue, a deeply saturated blue-black impossible color
- Travel in Stygian, a song by the band Iced Earth
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