Great cyclopes strongly resemble their lesser kin, but are much larger and more muscular. They also possess a single horn growing from their foreheads.
Ecology and society
The origins of great cyclopes, and their relationship with other cyclopes, are not well understood. Scholars have historically assumed them to have been used as beasts of burden by other cyclopes, but to have recently escaped into the wilderness and become feral. However, common cyclopes occasionally withdraw from the rest of their kind, lose all higher intellect and mutate into the lumbering, primitive great cyclopes. As such, other scholars believe these creatures to be extreme cases of the degeneration that has plagued cyclopes since the fall of their empires, and to be the ultimate fate of the cyclops people.
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