" I'm telling you, I don't look like that. Make another."
"Yes, Lord Ugly-face."
― Lord Ugly-Face and Islander (The Simpsons)

The power to use the traits of a statue. Variation of Art Physiology and Inanimate Object Physiology.

Also Called

  • Sculpture Mimicry/Physiology
  • Statue Mimicry


The user either is or can become a living statue, which grants several abilities most of which come from the resilient body and the ability to survive even dismemberment and needing only reparation to be perfectly well.



Given all the possibilities for creating a statue, they can have any of the powers under:



  • Depending of the material user is made of.
  • Magma Manipulation
  • May need an essence to bring the statue to life.

Known Users

See also: Living Statue.

  • Four Guardians (Brave Story)
  • The Baron (The Cat Returns)
  • Old Chief Wood'nhead (Creepshow 2)
  • Zeus (Disney's Hercules)
  • Weeping Angels (Doctor Who)
  • Haniwa (Final Fantasy Legend II)
  • Colossus of Rhodes (God of War II)
  • Talos (Greek Mythology)
  • SCP-173 - The Sculpture (SCP Foundation)
  • SCP-359 - The Hawk (SCP Foundation)
  • SCP-1507 - Pink Flamingos (SCP Foundation)
  • Sengoku (One Piece)
  • Rouge (Ranma 1/2); via her Cursed Form
  • Hermes (Sekkou Boys)
  • Mars (Sekkou Boys)
  • Medici (Sekkou Boys)
  • St. Giorgio (Sekkou Boys)
  • Virgin Mary Statue (The Simpsons)
  • Mario/Luigi (Super Mario); via the Lucky Bell or Tanooki Leaf
  • Kali statue (The Golden Voyage of Sinbad)
  • Abraham Lincoln (South Park)
  • John Wilkes Booth (South Park)
  • Daimajin (Daimajin)
  • Shabti (The Kane Chronicles)
  • Moe-Eye (Super Mario Odyssey)

Known Objects

  • Lucky Bell (Super Mario)
  • Tanooki Leaf (Super Mario)
  • Koura's potion (The Golden Voyage of Sinbad)