Son of Polyphemus, grandson of Poseidon, the twenty-foot tall cyclops
Walter M. Smith lived in the Great Underground Empire beneath the
Flathead Mountains. Using common adventurer tactics, the two famous
adventurers, Bivotar and Juranda, were able to scare him with threats
that Odysseus was nearby. Walter grew anxious and after their
persistance, quickly fled the scene, crashing through the wall of his
TRIVIA: Walter's kitchen included a set of three foot tall salt and
pepper shakers and a twenty-five gallon jar of ketchup.