This page lists one-eyed creatures in mythology and fiction. In mythology, this trait was generally associated with fearsome creatures. In modern fiction, some one-eyed creatures are likewise frightening enemies, but others are friendly. The list includes ethnic groups and mutants born with only one eye, but not one-eyed humans who are understood to have lost an eye.

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  • This page lists one-eyed creatures in mythology and fiction. In mythology, this trait was generally associated with fearsome creatures. In modern fiction, some one-eyed creatures are likewise frightening enemies, but others are friendly. The list includes ethnic groups and mutants born with only one eye, but not one-eyed humans who are understood to have lost an eye. (en)
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  • This page lists one-eyed creatures in mythology and fiction. In mythology, this trait was generally associated with fearsome creatures. In modern fiction, some one-eyed creatures are likewise frightening enemies, but others are friendly. The list includes ethnic groups and mutants born with only one eye, but not one-eyed humans who are understood to have lost an eye. (en)
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  • List of one-eyed creatures in mythology and fiction (en)
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