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In Greek mythology the Styx is the river that forms the boundary between the underworld and the world of the living, as well as a goddess and a nymph that represents the river.
Styx may also refer to:
- Styx (moon), the second moon of Pluto and the fifth discovered
- Styx (band), an American rock band
- Styx (album), the first album released by the band Styx in 1972
- Styx, a 2001 movie, starring Peter Weller
- Styx, a UK band involving Bruce Dickinson prior to Iron Maiden
- Styx, the villains of the Tunnels series
- "Styx Feet Under", episode 5 in Season 7 of the TV series Charmed
- Fire LEO-03 "Styx", a fictional starfighter from the videogame Thunder Force III
- "Styx", a song from Witchery's album Don't Fear the Reaper
- Styxx, a novel in the Dark-Hunter series by Sherrilyn Kenyon.
- Styx, Texas, an unincorporated community in Kaufman County
- Styx River, other geographical rivers named for the mythological one
- Styx Valley, the valley of the Styx River in Tasmania, Australia
- Styx (protocol), the network protocol at the heart of the Inferno operating system
- Styx (Windmill game), a 1983 computer game by Windmill Software.
- Styx (Spectrum video game), a 1983 computer game for the ZX Spectrum, released by Bug-Byte Software
- Styx: Master of Shadows, a 2014 computer game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, developed by Cyanide Studio
- Styx: Shards of Darkness, a 2017 computer game for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One developed by Cyanide Studio
- STYX (gene), a protein tyrosine phosphatase
- Styx numbers or styx rules, a method of describing bonding in boranes
- SS-N-2 Styx, NATO reporting name for the Soviet P-15 Termit missile
- Styx, a monotypic genus of metalmark butterflies containing the species Styx infernalis in the family Lycaenidae
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