Stygian

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Stygian refers to the River Styx of the underworld in Greek mythology.

Stygia or Stygian may also refer to:

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Fiction[edit]

  • Stygia (Conan), a nation in the fictional world of Conan the Barbarian
  • Stygian Witches, the name used in the Clash of Titans films, for the three Graeae of Greek mythology
  • The Stygian Penal Colony, a maximum security prison used by the Multiverse Authority in film The One (2001 film)
  • Stygian Iron, an iron sword from the Rick Riordan novels
  • A giant worm and core boss in the Fantasy action video game Darksiders
  • The highest difficulty in the video game Darkest Dungeon
  • In World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, it is a form of in game currency. It drops from non-player characters after they are defeated and looted in the zone known as “The Maw”.
  • Stygian is the first ever movie made by ‘’James Wan’’ and released in 2000

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