Using the giant statue as a medium, each of the five smaller heads encircling the statue's main head simultaneously release a stream of a different elemental nature attack.


Issai Kaiku (一切皆苦) is a Japanese four-character idiom for the first of the Four Noble Truths in Buddhist teaching, the Dukkha, specifically that all experiences are ultimately sources of suffering.


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