Just because a cyclops has one eye doesn't mean he can't judge distance.
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This one is a bit cross-genre. It isn't really about fantasy monsters, nor role-play gaming, but it is more an exercise in speculative biology, with a bit of light physics thrown in. How could a one-eyed creature judge distance? I suggest seven methods, all of which use the eye itself. You could add sonar and the like, but that, I considered, wasn't playing the game.
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