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Found only within the shrouded realm of Dynamis, these statues appear to be decorations carved in the image of Yagudo, Quadav, Orcs, and Goblins, but they are, in fact, animated. They typically stand idly until they detect intruders or are attacked, upon which their flesh-and-blood beastman counterparts appear to besiege the interlopers.

Much can be determined by the eyes of these statues. Those with red eyes do not grant any bonus upon defeat. Those with blue eyes restore full HP to players in the area of effect upon defeat. Those with green eyes restore full MP to players in the area of effect upon defeat.

Upon each entry into Dynamis, players may hunt specific Simulacrums to be awarded bonus time in their stay.

Notorious Monsters Edit

Goblin Simulacrum FFXi Art
  • Adamantking Effigy
  • Avatar Icon
  • Avatar Idol
  • Dynamis Effigy
  • Dynamis Icon
  • Dynamis Statue
  • Dynamis Tombstone
  • Goblin Golem
  • Gu'Dha Effigy
  • Effigy Prototype
  • Goblin Replica
  • Goblin Statue
  • Icon Prototype
  • Manifest Icon
  • Overlord's Tombstone
  • Serjeant Tombstone
  • Statue Prototype
  • Tombstone Prototype
  • Tzee Xicu Idol
  • Warchief Tombstone

Special Attacks Edit

  • Lead Breath: Cone Attack Weight (Effigy statues only)
  • Numbing Glare: Gaze Attack Paralysis (Tombstone statues only)
  • Seismostomp: AoE damage and Stun, absorbed by Utsusemi
  • Tormentful Glare: Gaze Attack Curse (Icon statues only)
  • Torpid Glare: Gaze Attack Sleep (Statue statues only)

Etymology Edit

A simulacrum (from Latin simulacrum,"likeness, similarity"), is a representation or imitation of a person or thing. The word was first recorded in the English language in the late 16th century, used to describe a representation, such as a statue or a painting, especially of a god. By the late 19th century, it had gathered a secondary association of inferiority: an image without the substance or qualities of the original.

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