The God Statues Distraction and Diversion allows you to honour the gods by building statues of their champions. In order to play, you must have done at least one of the following:
Speak to Copernicus Glyph at the locations listed below to begin. You can build one statue at each location each month. Rewards include Construction XP, Prayer XP, Slayer XP and a Sculpting Chisel. See the rewards section for more details.
Throughout Runescape, there are four locations where you can build these statues: Taverley, Lumbridge, Canifis and Gu'Tanoth.
The locals of each location worship specific gods:
Note that players can choose not to build the appropriate god statue for an area, dependent on which type of experience they want to earn.
Building the Statues
When you are ready, you can right click Copernicus and select "Build scaffold" to begin building the statue. The main aim of the game is to create a scaffold to Copernicus' requirements so that he can build the statue correctly. He will list three requirements:
Though these will be given at the beginning of the build, an interface will be present throughout to show your progress
To add scaffolding to each section, you should simply click the up and down arrows to add and remove levels.
There is no real set way to solve these puzzles without checking your progress regularly, it can be solved relatively quickly by guess work. One method to complete the puzzle is to fill up the sections from left to right (up to the highest scaffolding height specified) until you are out of scaffolding. This should leave you with a section that has somewhere between the maximum and minimum height of scaffolding. You can then proceed to remove scaffolding from this section until you are left with the minimum height given by Copernicus, and then fill up the remaining sections with minimum levels of scaffolding until you have one section left which again will have somewhere in between.
If you then check your progress with Copernicus (by clicking his picture in the interface), he will then till you which are right and which are wrong. You can see this by the ticks and crosses that will appear
From those which are incorrect, you can either add or remove 1 level of scaffolding dependent on whether it be a minimum or maximum height level, and then check again. Though you will have used all the scaffolding at this point, you will gain some to put on the minimum heighted sections from taking them off the maximum heighted sections. Repeat this process until you have the correct combination, which will be denoted by the text in the interface turning green. Click Copernicus once more to enter the cutscene of building the statue.
The quality of the statue that you build will vary depending on your Construction level as shown in the table below. The quality determines the cosmetic appearance of the statue.
Should you have chosen the correct god statue to build in each location, Copernicus will reward you with some generous Prayer experience in addition to Construction experience. However, should you have chosen the wrong statue for an area, a religious fanatic will appear.
If you choose to complete a statue which is not correct for the area, local fanatics will be angered by it and attack you for its creation. There are four different tiers of fanatic depending on your Slayer level. Before you can receive your rewards, you must fight and defeat them.
Rewards from building these statues include plenty of Construction XP. If you build a statue appropriate to the area, you have the chance of earning Prayer XP. If however you build a statue that isn't appropriate to the area, you'll earn Slayer XP after defeating a fanatic. The amount of XP rewarded depends on your levels in the relevant skills.
After building a statue at a specific location, the statue can be used to recharge your prayer points.
Original Guide by: Baffler
Thanks to:Omnitec, Saradomin_Mage
Last updated by: Omnitec
Last updated on: 24-Jul-2013
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