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* Like its fellow battleship ''[[Charybdis]]'', the ''Scylla'' shares its name with a creature from ancient Greek mythology. The Scylla was a monster which lived on a cliff on one side of a narrow strait, on the other side of which lay the deadly whirlpool Charybdis. Ships which passed too close to Scylla would have their crews plucked from their decks and eaten by the beast - but to avoid it entirely, the ships would have to pass dangerously close to the equally lethal Charybdis. Ironically, neither the ''Scylla'' or the ''Charybdis'' are particularly threatening compared to the other bosses in ''Sine Mora''.
 
* Like its fellow battleship ''[[Charybdis]]'', the ''Scylla'' shares its name with a creature from ancient Greek mythology. The Scylla was a monster which lived on a cliff on one side of a narrow strait, on the other side of which lay the deadly whirlpool Charybdis. Ships which passed too close to Scylla would have their crews plucked from their decks and eaten by the beast - but to avoid it entirely, the ships would have to pass dangerously close to the equally lethal Charybdis. Ironically, neither the ''Scylla'' or the ''Charybdis'' are particularly threatening compared to the other bosses in ''Sine Mora''.
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The Mega Battleship Scylla is a Layil Empire vessel encountered in STAGE - II.A of Sine Mora. It is fought by Myryan Magusa as a minor boss shortly before she engages the much more powerful Melkor defense station. The battleship does not carry much in the way of firepower and poses little threat.

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  • Like its fellow battleship Charybdis, the Scylla shares its name with a creature from ancient Greek mythology. The Scylla was a monster which lived on a cliff on one side of a narrow strait, on the other side of which lay the deadly whirlpool Charybdis. Ships which passed too close to Scylla would have their crews plucked from their decks and eaten by the beast - but to avoid it entirely, the ships would have to pass dangerously close to the equally lethal Charybdis. Ironically, neither the Scylla or the Charybdis are particularly threatening compared to the other bosses in Sine Mora.
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