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  • Polyphemus is the second of three gas giants and the fourth planet orbiting the star Alpha Centauri A (ACA) in the Alpha Centauri System, the other Gas Giants being aptly named Alpha Centauri and Omega Centauri. Slightly smaller and denser than Jupiter, Polyphemus has no rings and fourteen moons, the most notable being Pandora. Originally, the planet's name was Coeus.
  • Polyphemus is the second of three gas giants orbiting Alpha Centauri A (ACA).
  • Polyphemus, or Cyclops, is one of the uncivilized cyclopes whose island Odysseus comes to soon after leaving Troy. Polyphemus imprisons Odysseus and his crew and tries to eat them, but Odysseus blinds him through a clever ruse and manages to escape. In doing so, however, Odysseus angers Polyphemus's father, Poseidon.
  • Polyphemus appears during the "Flight" mission of the Saradomin Strikes campaign. During the campaign, Polyphemus fights alongside soldiers such as the pyrelord Pazuzu in east Misthalin, near what is now Varrock. Polyphemus ultimately meets his death during the battle(although the player can choose not to kill him in the mission). Polyphemus's name is taken from a cyclops in The Odyssey, a real-world Greek epic poem attributed to the writer Homer.
  • The Polyphemus in Greek legend was a mighty Cyclops. In Age of Mythology, he is the Mythic Age Greek Hero for Poseidon.
  • Polyphemus is the Mythic Age hero for Poseidon. A Cyclops, his special ability is to send units flying with his mace.
  • Polyphemus is a blind Cyclops, a son of Poseidon and the sea nymph Thoosa, who inhabits an island in the Sea of Monsters. He stole the Golden Fleece at some point in the past and used it to enrich his island. He is portrayed by Robert Maillet in the film adaptation of The Sea of Monsters. Grover calls him Clopsies in the film adaptation of The Sea of Monsters.
  • 'Polyphemus was the original cyclops from the Odyssey of Homer. He appears in God of War: Ascensions multiplayer mode as the boss of the desert map. He does not appear in the singleplayer campaign. Polyphemus is the gigantic one-eyed Titan son of Poseidon and Sea Nymph, Thoosa.
  • A majestic chest is found nearby, and like most "boss fights", can only be opened after its guardian is destroyed. * Earth Breaker - A wave attack that ripples out in a line from Polyphemus. More powerful than his normal attack or Stomp. Physical Damage * Stunning Shout - Polyphemus's most powerful attack. A roar attack that stuns, slows and reduces your health instantly by a large percentage (Vitality Damage). Consists of 5 projectiles * Stomp - A melee attack of Polyphemus. More powerful than his normal attack. Physical Damage Recommended resistances: Stun, Vitality Damage
  • Polyphemus was the cyclops son of Poseidon. He was blinded by Ulysses during their fight in his cave, after the trojan war was over.
  • Polyphemus the cyclops is a mythical one-eyed beast, and one of the sons of Poseidon, as featured in The Odyssey. Polyphemus first appears returning to his cave with his flock of sheep, sealing the entrance with a boulder. There, he finds Odysseus and his men eating his food. Angered, he eats one of Odysseus' men. As he prepares to strike again, Odysseus offers him some wine he had brought with him. Ployphemus enjoys the drink and asks Odysseus his name. He gives the name "Nobody" and the drunk cyclops passes out. The men then sharpen a stick and drive it into the giant's eye, blinding him. Polyphemus screams for his brothers, claiming that "Nobody" has blinded him. Believing this to be a joke, the other Cyclops do not respond. Polyphemus tries to catch Odysseus and his men but they sneak
  • Polyphemus was discovered by Odysseus and his crew when they landed on the shores of the island of the Cyclops during their voyage across the seas - the men had sought refuge in his cave only to find themselves imprisoned by Polyphemus when he returned from tending to his flock of sheep, he blocked the entrance to his cave and begins to mercilessly kill two of Odysseus' men before devouring them. Polyphemus yelled out in pain and called to his fellow Cyclops to come to his aid, stating that "nobody" had harmed him - the other Cyclops thought that he had gone mad and ignored his pleas.
  • Polyphemus was an extrasolar asteroid that penetrated the Solar System sometime during the 1900s. It remained undetected, due to its distance from Earth, until the 1990s when it began to approach Jupiter. It unexpectedly crashed into one of Jupiter's moons - the 1986VG1 Ulysses. Ulysses and Polyphemus were both separated into thousands of smaller meteors that were launched into a trajectory which would collide with Earth in mid-1999.
  • Polyphemus was a cyclops military leader active during the God Wars. Unlike most cyclops, Polyphemus was not a follower of the deity Bandos, and instead opted to follow the former Mahjarrat general Zamorak. Polyphemus appears only in the FunOrb game Armies of Gielinor, and as such the canonicity of his exploits remains debatable.
  • In Homer's Odyssey (Book 9), Odysseus lands on the Island of the Cyclopes during his journey home from the Trojan War. He takes with him twelve men to find food and drink, and they eventually find a large cave, which is the home of the great Cyclops Polyphemus. When Polyphemus returns home with his flocks and finds Odysseus and his men, he blocks the cave entrance with a great stone, trapping the remaining Greeks inside. Polyphemus then crushes and immediately devours two of his men for his meal. It is said that "rapping them on the ground, he knocked them dead like pups".
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  • Captures Odysseus, is later hurt by him, thus causing Poseidon to venge Odysseus
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  • Unknown, possibly bald
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  • Encyclopedic knowledge of countless demonic entities.
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  • Moors of Ykesha
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  • Polyphemus is the second of three gas giants and the fourth planet orbiting the star Alpha Centauri A (ACA) in the Alpha Centauri System, the other Gas Giants being aptly named Alpha Centauri and Omega Centauri. Slightly smaller and denser than Jupiter, Polyphemus has no rings and fourteen moons, the most notable being Pandora. Originally, the planet's name was Coeus.
  • Polyphemus is the second of three gas giants orbiting Alpha Centauri A (ACA).
  • Polyphemus, or Cyclops, is one of the uncivilized cyclopes whose island Odysseus comes to soon after leaving Troy. Polyphemus imprisons Odysseus and his crew and tries to eat them, but Odysseus blinds him through a clever ruse and manages to escape. In doing so, however, Odysseus angers Polyphemus's father, Poseidon.
  • Polyphemus was an extrasolar asteroid that penetrated the Solar System sometime during the 1900s. It remained undetected, due to its distance from Earth, until the 1990s when it began to approach Jupiter. It unexpectedly crashed into one of Jupiter's moons - the 1986VG1 Ulysses. Ulysses and Polyphemus were both separated into thousands of smaller meteors that were launched into a trajectory which would collide with Earth in mid-1999. The Stonehenge Turret Network was created to combat the meteors and protect the planet, but most of the meteors crashed regardless. This event was later known as the Ulysses Disaster.
  • Polyphemus the cyclops is a mythical one-eyed beast, and one of the sons of Poseidon, as featured in The Odyssey. Polyphemus first appears returning to his cave with his flock of sheep, sealing the entrance with a boulder. There, he finds Odysseus and his men eating his food. Angered, he eats one of Odysseus' men. As he prepares to strike again, Odysseus offers him some wine he had brought with him. Ployphemus enjoys the drink and asks Odysseus his name. He gives the name "Nobody" and the drunk cyclops passes out. The men then sharpen a stick and drive it into the giant's eye, blinding him. Polyphemus screams for his brothers, claiming that "Nobody" has blinded him. Believing this to be a joke, the other Cyclops do not respond. Polyphemus tries to catch Odysseus and his men but they sneak past him. He manages to snag their flute player and then makes his way to the shore as Odysseus and his men sail off. The Greek hero then boastfully reveals his real name to the Cyclops. Enraged, blinded, and defeated, Polyphemus calls out to his mighty father to avenge him.
  • Polyphemus was a cyclops military leader active during the God Wars. Unlike most cyclops, Polyphemus was not a follower of the deity Bandos, and instead opted to follow the former Mahjarrat general Zamorak. Polyphemus appears only in the FunOrb game Armies of Gielinor, and as such the canonicity of his exploits remains debatable. Polyphemus appears during the "Flight" mission of the Saradomin Strikes campaign. During the campaign, Polyphemus fights alongside soldiers such as the pyrelord Pazuzu in east Misthalin, near what is now Varrock. Polyphemus ultimately meets his death during the battle(although the player can choose not to kill him in the mission).
  • Polyphemus appears during the "Flight" mission of the Saradomin Strikes campaign. During the campaign, Polyphemus fights alongside soldiers such as the pyrelord Pazuzu in east Misthalin, near what is now Varrock. Polyphemus ultimately meets his death during the battle(although the player can choose not to kill him in the mission). Polyphemus's name is taken from a cyclops in The Odyssey, a real-world Greek epic poem attributed to the writer Homer.
  • The Polyphemus in Greek legend was a mighty Cyclops. In Age of Mythology, he is the Mythic Age Greek Hero for Poseidon.
  • Polyphemus is the Mythic Age hero for Poseidon. A Cyclops, his special ability is to send units flying with his mace.
  • Polyphemus is a blind Cyclops, a son of Poseidon and the sea nymph Thoosa, who inhabits an island in the Sea of Monsters. He stole the Golden Fleece at some point in the past and used it to enrich his island. He is portrayed by Robert Maillet in the film adaptation of The Sea of Monsters. Grover calls him Clopsies in the film adaptation of The Sea of Monsters.
  • 'Polyphemus was the original cyclops from the Odyssey of Homer. He appears in God of War: Ascensions multiplayer mode as the boss of the desert map. He does not appear in the singleplayer campaign. Polyphemus is the gigantic one-eyed Titan son of Poseidon and Sea Nymph, Thoosa.
  • A majestic chest is found nearby, and like most "boss fights", can only be opened after its guardian is destroyed. * Earth Breaker - A wave attack that ripples out in a line from Polyphemus. More powerful than his normal attack or Stomp. Physical Damage * Stunning Shout - Polyphemus's most powerful attack. A roar attack that stuns, slows and reduces your health instantly by a large percentage (Vitality Damage). Consists of 5 projectiles * Stomp - A melee attack of Polyphemus. More powerful than his normal attack. Physical Damage Recommended resistances: Stun, Vitality Damage
  • Polyphemus was the cyclops son of Poseidon. He was blinded by Ulysses during their fight in his cave, after the trojan war was over.
  • Polyphemus was discovered by Odysseus and his crew when they landed on the shores of the island of the Cyclops during their voyage across the seas - the men had sought refuge in his cave only to find themselves imprisoned by Polyphemus when he returned from tending to his flock of sheep, he blocked the entrance to his cave and begins to mercilessly kill two of Odysseus' men before devouring them. The monster then proceeded to keep the men hostage overnight, in the morning he crushed and devoured another pair of Odysseus' men before going to tend to his flock - blocking the cave with a boulder to stop escape. That night Polyphemus returns to the cave and kills another two of Odysseus' men and devours them - however by this time Odysseus had come up with a plan to defeat his adversary: he offered the Cyclops a drink of extremely potent wine and the greedy monster gladly accepted. Polyphemus became drunk and as a result he became somewhat stupid, asking Odysseus for his name with the promise of a reward for doing so - the clever Odysseus replied that his name was "nobody" and the cruel Cyclops taunted him by stating he would devour "nobody" last as his reward: then the monster fell into a drunken slumber. As Polyphemus slept Odysseus and his men took a section of the Cyclops' wooden club which they had chopped off and carved to a point during his absence, heated the self-made spear on the remains of a fire the monster had set, and proceeded to thrust the spear into his eye, blinding him. Polyphemus yelled out in pain and called to his fellow Cyclops to come to his aid, stating that "nobody" had harmed him - the other Cyclops thought that he had gone mad and ignored his pleas. Odysseus and his men then proceed to escape via latching onto the underside of Polyphemus' sheep and the blinded Cyclops is unable to do much but feel over the top of his sheep in a vain attempt to catch his victims - as the sheep leave so do too Odysseus and his surviving men. However in act of hubris Odysseus proceeds to yell to Polyphemus from the safety of his boat that "I am not nobody! I am Odysseus!" - this gives Polyphemus a name by which to pray to his father, the god of the sea, for vengeance to: Poseiden hears his son's prayer and acts upon it, becoming the enemy of Odysseus from that moment onwards.
  • In Homer's Odyssey (Book 9), Odysseus lands on the Island of the Cyclopes during his journey home from the Trojan War. He takes with him twelve men to find food and drink, and they eventually find a large cave, which is the home of the great Cyclops Polyphemus. When Polyphemus returns home with his flocks and finds Odysseus and his men, he blocks the cave entrance with a great stone, trapping the remaining Greeks inside. Polyphemus then crushes and immediately devours two of his men for his meal. It is said that "rapping them on the ground, he knocked them dead like pups". The next morning, Polyphemus kills and eats two more of Odysseus' men for his breakfast and exits the cave to graze his sheep. The desperate Odysseus devises a clever escape plan. He spots a massive unseasoned olivewood club that Polyphemus left behind the previous night and, with the help of his men, sharpens the narrow end to a fine point. He hardens the stake over a flame and hides it from sight. That night, Polyphemus returns from herding his flock of sheep. He sits down and kills two more of Odysseus' men, bringing the death toll to six. At that point, Odysseus offers Polyphemus the strong and undiluted wine given to him by Maron. The wine makes Polyphemus drunk and unwary. When Polyphemus asks for Odysseus' name, promising him a guest-gift if he answers, Odysseus tells him "οὔτις," literally "nobody." Being drunk, Polyphemus thinks of it as a real name and says that he will eat "nobody" last and that this shall be his guest-gift—a vicious insult both to the tradition of hospitality and to Odysseus. With that, Polyphemus crashes to the floor and passes out. Odysseus, with the help of his men, lifts the flaming stake, charges forward and drives it into Polyphemus' eye, blinding him. Polyphemus yells for help from his fellow cyclopes that "nobody" has hurt him. The other cyclopes think Polyphemus is making a fool out of them or that it must be a matter with the gods, and they grumble and go away. In the morning, Odysseus and his men tie themselves to the undersides of Polyphemus' sheep. When the blind Cyclops lets the sheep out to graze, he feels their backs to ensure the men aren't riding out, but because of Odysseus' plan, he does not feel the men underneath. Odysseus leaves last, riding beneath the belly of the biggest ram. Polyphemus doesn't realize that the men are no longer in his cave until the sheep and the men are safely out. As he sails away with his men, Odysseus boasts to Polyphemus that "I am not nobody; I am Odysseus, Son of Laertes, King of Ithaca." This act of hubris causes problems for Odysseus later. Polyphemus prays to his father, Poseidon for revenge. Even though Poseidon fought on the side of the Greeks during the Iliad, he bore Odysseus a grudge for not giving him a sacrifice when Poseidon prevented them from being discovered inside of the Trojan Horse. Poseidon curses Odysseus, sending storms and contrary winds to inhibit his homeward journey. The episode in Odyssey is the oldest testament to cannibalism in ancient Greek literature. Walter Burkert detects in the Polyphemus episode a subtext that "seems to offer us something more ancient: threatened by the man-eater, men conceal themselves in the skins of slaughtered animals, and thus, disguised as animals, escape the groping hands of the blinded monster." The vivid nature of the Polyphemus episode in the Odyssey made it a favorite theme of ancient Greek painted pottery, both Black-figure and Red-figure pottery.
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