Pandora Statues are objects in God of War III. They are attempts by Hephaestus to recreate his beloved "daughter", Pandora, who was taken from him by Zeus. Although the statues are magnificently detailed, looking exactly like the real thing, they are all inanimate, as Hephaestus no longer has access to the Flame of Olympus which gave the original life. Somehow, Pandora can speak through them at will.
Throughout his quest, Kratos encounters many statues of Pandora, through which she communicates with him, guiding him to her location. They are therefore quite similar to Athena's statues in the previous games. However, the mode of communication differs-Pandora manifests herself as a ghost-like image within the blue flame held by her statues, while Athena appeared as a living statue of herself.
Kratos encounters five of these statues in total; three in the Underworld, with one of them impaled by the Blade of Olympus, one in the secret passageway to the Chain of Balance, and a final one in the Chamber of Poseidon. Dozens more are visible in Hephaestus' Forge, as he desperately attempted to recreate the girl.