- The Desert. It is a dual-faced god with faces representing water god and another face representing a sun god. The Water God is a god once worshiped by those who once inhabited
The statue of the Water God holding a bowl stands in front of a well full of salt water. A few salt crystals sit next to the well. At the base of the statue are instructions that show how to purify the water. The statue's face can be manipulated to turn the statue into a sun god.
It stands in front of a well full of salt water. At the base of the statue are instructions that show how to purify the water from the well. The statue also holds a means of getting to the offering statue at the bottom of the well.
At the bottom of the well is another god statue, with an offering plate.
Behind the scenesEdit
Known as the 'Statue and Well in KQC. This statue is called the 'Water God' in KQ7 Hintbook, and described as a 'water god statue'. it also mentions that it can be turned into a 'sun god'. The KQC also describes the statue as being a water god, and a sun god, and being a statue of a nameless deity.
There are other sun gods in the KQ series such as the Lord of Sunshine.
Perhaps in its 'sun god' configuration shares some motif similarities to the Mask of Eternity.