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The Statue of the Omnipresent God is a statue in front of Tenshukaku where all the Visions taken by the Vision Hunt Decree are inlaid.

It is also known as the Statue of the Thousand-Armed, Hundred-Eyed God (Japanese: 千手せんじゅ百目ひゃくもく神像しんぞう Senju-Hyakumoku Shinzou).

After completing Stillness, The Sublimation of Shadow (Act II of the Inazuma Archon Quest) a Patrol Soldier will stop you from going near the statue.

After completing Omnipresence Over Mortals (Act III of the said quest), the Visions were removed from the statue and returned to their respective owners after the Traveler defeated Ei.

Trivia

  • Based on current knowledge, the statue does not appear to depict any specific or existing deity, unlike how the Statue of The Seven depict each nation's Archon.
    • Fans have interpreted the statue as a personification of Baal's vision of Inazuma, similar to how the real life Statue of Liberty is seen as a symbol of freedom, the United States, and the American Dream ideal.
  • The statue parallels the Great Buddha statue in the real-life sword hunt (Japanese: 刀狩 katanagari), which Toyotomi Hideyoshi decreed to be constructed using the nails and clamps forged from confiscated weapons.
  • The necklace/amulet of the statue seems to be a "generic" Oculus.

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Released in Version 2.0

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