Difference between revisions of "Golem"

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Electric golem<br>
 
Electric golem<br>
 
Eog golem<br>
 
Eog golem<br>
Eternuim golem<br>
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Eternium golem<br>
 
Fire golem<br>
 
Fire golem<br>
 
Flesh golem<br>
 
Flesh golem<br>

Latest revision as of 09:07, 15 October 2013

Golems are humanoid monsters from Jewish folklore that are comprised by a single material, usually mud or stone. A partial list of golems from the major Roguelikes follows.

Golems (WARNING, kinda spoilery):

Aquatic golem
Bone golem
Bronze golem
Clay golem
Colbran
Colossus
Crystal golem
Diamond golem
Drolem
Electric golem
Eog golem
Eternium golem
Fire golem
Flesh golem
Glass golem
Gold golem
Iron golem
Leather golem
Mithril golem
Paper golem
Pukelman
Rope golem
Silent watcher
Steel golem
Stone golem
Straw golem
Toenail golem
Wood golem