Eidolon (disambiguation)

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In ancient Greek literature, an eidolon is the spirit-image of a living or dead person; it is a shade or phantom look-alike of the human form.

Eidolon may also refer to:

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Culture[edit]

  • James Bond 007: Eidolon, a James Bond comic book by Dynamite Entertainment
  • Eidolon I, a 2006 speculative fiction anthology edited by Jonathan Strahan and Jeremy G. Byrne
  • Eidolon, an online journal for scholarly writing about classics and antiquity founded by Donna Zuckerberg

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Video games[edit]

  • Eidolon (video game), a video game from 2014 by Ice Water Games
  • The Eidolon, a computer game from the 1980s by Lucasfilm Games
  • Eidolons, a type of Summoned Monster in several Final Fantasy games
  • Eidolon, the main antagonist in the video game Hexen II
  • The Plains of Eidolon and the Eidolons, an open world area and a class of bosses respectively in the online game Warframe

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