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The silver statue[1] is an object that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. It is a Key Stone used alongside the gold statue in Knuckles the Echidna's storyline to unlock the entrance to Lost World in the Mystic Ruins.

Description

The silver statue is a stone statue that mostly resembles a bust. It has a gray square rock stand with a silver sculpture of what appears to be an echidna, which depicts the echidna's head, neck, chest and shoulders, fixed on top of it.

Overview

In Sonic Adventure, and its enhanced port Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut, the silver statue appears exclusively in Knuckles' storyline. It can be found in the Mystic Ruins Jungle Area Adventure Field. It is located under a mound marked with yellow indicating circles in a small enclosed clearing on the west side of the Shrine of Knuckles's race. Once on the spot marked with the yellow indicating circles, the player has to use Dig to bring the silver statue up from the ground so it can be picked up.

The silver statue is to be taken to north front of the Shrine of Knuckles's race. There, it has to be placed on the fixture of the left side, which has a silver square depicting an echidna. When the silver statue and the gold statue are both in place, the portal to Lost World will open.

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References

  1. Stratton, Bryan (17 June 2003). "Knuckles The Echidna's Adventure Fields and Action Stages". Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut: Prima's Official Strategy Guide. Prima Games. p. 78. ISBN 978-0761542865.

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