It is available in the Scenario Editor, as well as in some campaign scenarios. Their appearance is identical to the statue devoted to major gods, varying from the current god worshipped. For example, Kronos players will receive Statue of Lightning identical to the appearance of Kronos' statues in certain buildings, such as the Town Center.
It has an enormously powerful chain bolt attack, that causes heavy damage to groups of units, not unlike the Son of Osiris' attack.
They can be found in some scenarios, most notably Good Advice. As Athena visits Arkantos in his dreams and he proceeds with his dream journey, the player encounters Statues of Lightning first close to the Temple of the Gods that must be defended from a group of Cyclopses and Gargarensis.
This ornate and reverently carved statue is a vessel for the wrath of the gods. Thunder will deafen the ears of the unworthy and bolts will rend their bodies. Step lightly near this statue or their wrath might fall upon you.
- Like Circe, the statue's attack has a recharge timer.
- The Norse statues appear to be carved from a whole tree, evident from the trunk appearing as a base.
- The Atlantean ones, on the other hand, all share an identical base, unlike the Greek, Egyptian and Norse statues.
|Campaign-exclusive buildings and units in Age of Mythology|
|Age of Mythology|
|Boulder Wall · Cataphract · Charon Ferry · Dwarven Forge · Excavation · Folstag Flag Bearer · Giant Gate Ram · Guardian · Hades Gate · Iron Fence · Jail Wall · Living Poseidon Statue · Naval Shipyard · Osiris Piece Box · Osiris Pyramid · Pirate Ship · Prisoner · Shade · Shipwreck · Shrine · Statue of Lightning · Sword Bearers · Stone Fence · Tamarisk Tree · Taproot · Temple of the Gods · Tent · Thor's Hammer Haft · Thor's Hammer Head · Trojan Horse · Wall of Atlantis · Wall of Troy · Well of Urd · Wooden Fence|
|Automaton Statue · Gaia Pool · Overgrown Temple · Statue of Melagius · Temple of Kronos · Tower of Odin · Summoning Tree|
|Tale of the Dragon|
|Dam · Griffon|