Bill Cipher Statue
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"A X O L O T L! My time has come to burn! I invoke the ancient power that I may return!" - Bill

Origin

Alex Hirsch/Gravity Falls

Type

Statue

Effects

Grants and twists any wish

Downsides

Weakens mental shields

Activation

Shaking its hand

Collected by

Registered and secured by Agent Aden Taylor and Bri Rependeta; not collected

Section

Out and About List

Date of Collection

N/A

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Origin[edit | edit source]

The statue's exact origins are unknown, theough the Gravity Falls fandom's determination to locate it had a hand in causing its power to activate.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Shake the statue's hand and say "I'd like to make a deal." A hallucination of Bill himself will manifest and negotiations will begin. Bill's terms will always typically be based around being let into the wisher's mind. Upon stating his side, this will be the last chance to turn him down.

The statue can grant any wish, though the wish will be twisted as a consequence (example: A wish for immortality will result in eternal life but not eternal youth. A wish for money will result in the money being useless. A wish for fame will be turned into infamy).

Wether or not the deal is accepted, the wisher's mind will become more susceptible to mental persuasion and possession. They will also begin having nightmares.

Collection[edit | edit source]

The Warehouse received a ping about several bizarre happenstances in the state of Oregon. Agent Aden Taylor and Consultant Bri Rependeta went to the state and spent over a week trying to track down the cause. After hearing rumors from fans of the show Gravity Falls that a statue of Bill Cipher was somewhere in the state and that people were trying to search for it, the pair searched the state for the artifact, finally locating it in the woods near {REDACTED}, Oregon.

The statue is uncollected on Agent Taylor's recommendation, though he placed the famed "Bill Cipher Wheel" around it, along with three moonstones (feldspar), mercury and, due to lacking the prescribed unicorn hair, regular horse hair dipped in Neutralizer.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Agent Taylor insisted that the statue remains where it was found, both because the area attracts the weird, and to placate the fandom. He commented that "None of them are dumb enough to make a deal with Bill, despite joking about doing so online."
  • Neutralizing the artifact does not always reverse the effects of any deal made with the Statue. It is unclear why some deals reverse and others not.
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