Gautama Buddha, also known as Sakyamuni, Siddhārtha Gautama, or simply the Buddha, was an ascetic and sage, on whose teachings Buddhism was founded. His mother is Queen Maya of Sakya, the name is originated from the Hindu concept of illusion, Maya. "Sakya" is one of the four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism.
He is believed to have lived and taught mostly in Lumbini, now in modern-day Nepal, sometime between the sixth and fourth centuries BCE. After Buddhism started to become prominent, Hinduism began to regard him as an avatar of Vishnu.
Sakya appears in the last part of Tatsuya's Scenario and resides at the Tower of Perseverance inside Kadath Mandala. Asking the party what the self means to people and to Maya who shares his mother's name. He speaks humbly to the party and gives them the Trapezohedron of Perseverance after asking them to spread the enlightening teachings of Buddhism.
In the main scenario, his Material Card can be obtained by defeating him in Room 2 of the Bomb Shelter.
Fully recovers HP (or removes ailment in addition).
Sakya's Material Card, Buddha's Words
Sakya in Eternal Punishment PSP, Tatsuya's Scenario
The name of Sakya's Material Card in the Japanese and Eternal Punishment English versions, "Yuiga Dokuson" (唯我独尊) is part of the first phrase he ever spoke when he just had been born. The whole phrase is "天上天下 唯我為尊 三界皆苦 吾當安之" which can be loosely translated as "above the heaven and below the heaven, I am the only one of utmost dignity. Adversity plagues the Trailokya (three realms), I shall be their savior."