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The Defiled Statue is a Statue of The Seven found along with an Abyss Herald in the ruins Call of the Abyss around Mt. Aocang.

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The Defiled Statue was originally a Statue of the Seven devoted to Barbatos. However, it was eventually stolen in an unknown incident, after which Mondstadt's people began telling stories about The Lost Statue of the Seven.[1]

Unlike the other statues, it is hung upside down by chains and the elemental object in its hands has been corrupted and surging with abyssal energy. The Abyss Order tasked an Abyss Herald with protecting the statue from interlopers.

Sometime after Osial was defeated, a group of Treasure Hoarders banded together to distract the Abyss Order while sending a single thief, the Grand Thief, to infiltrate and steal any valuables. Due to untold circumstances, although possibly because of the Abyss Herald who was tasked with guarding the statue, the Grand Thief met his demise. The statue and the Grand Thief's kneeling corpse would later be discovered by the Traveler and Paimon.[2]

Later, Dainsleif decodes a talisman from an Abyss Mage, concluding that the Order planned to use the Defiled Statue to create a mechanized god. They would replace the core the statue usually held with the eye of the first Field Tiller and then attach Osial's limbs to the arms of the statue. This way, they would create a machine to "topple the divine thrones of Celestia".[3]

Dainsleif then plans to destroy the inverted statue to prevent the Abyss Order from creating their mechanized weapon. When they return to the ruins, the Traveler meets their sibling in front of the inverted statue.[4]

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Defiled Statue
Chinese
(Simplified)
「污秽逆位神像」
"Wūhuì Nìwèi Shénxiàng"
Defiled Inverted God Statue
Chinese
(Traditional)
「污穢逆位神像」
"Wūhuì Nìwèi Shénxiàng"
Japanese 「穢れた逆さ神像」
Kegareta Sakasa Shinzou
Defiled Inverted God Statue
Korean 「뒤집힌 불결신상
Dwijipin Bulgyeol-ui Sinsang
Inverted Unclean God Statue
Spanish Estatua profanadaProfaned Statue
French Statue profanéeProfaned Statue
Russian Осквернённая статуя
Oskvernyonnaya statuya
Defiled Statue
Thai Defiled Statue
Vietnamese Tượng Thần Ô UếDefiled God Statue
German Entweihte StatueDesecrated Statue
Indonesian Patung TernodaStained Statue
Portuguese Estátua ProfanadaProfaned Statue

Change History

Released in Version 1.4

References

  1. Archon Quest, Chapter I, Act IV: Dishonorable Trial
  2. Archon Quest, Chapter I, Act IV: Involuntary Sacrifice
  3. Archon Quest, Chapter I, Act IV: A Herald Without Adherents
  4. Archon Quest, Chapter I, Act IV: A Soul Set Apart

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