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Golem is a boss in Final Fantasy Type-0, who also appears as an Eidolon that can be summoned. It first appears in the mission The Capture of Togoreth Stronghold where the local Channelgates summon Golems.

Enemy Compendium Edit

In spite of its plodding pace, this military Eidolon has proven an excellent asset for the dominion legions thanks to its nigh impenetrable defenses. The Golem is too slow to function as an effective close-range combatant, but it can be deadly at a distance. Not only will the Golem fire its fists in a rocket-powered Megaton Punch, but it will also occasionally leap toward its enemies, crushing them underfoot. Those attempting to slay the Golem would do well to snipe it from behind or strike just before it launches its fists.

Battle Edit

Golems move slowly, but hit hard and have impeccable defense.

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Other appearances Edit

Final Fantasy Trading Card Game Edit

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Golem appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game with an Earth-elemental card.

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Etymology Edit

In Jewish and Medieval folklore, a golem is an animated anthropomorphic being, magically created entirely from inanimate matter. The word was used to mean an amorphous, unformed material (usually out of stone and clay) in Psalms and medieval writing. Adam, the first man created by God in the Holy Bible, was a golem since he was created from dust and sand. Having a golem servant was seen as the ultimate symbol of wisdom and holiness, with stories of prominent Rabbis owning golems throughout the middle ages. In modern times, the word golem, sometimes pronounced goilem in Yiddish, has come to mean one who is slow, clumsy, and generally dimwitted.

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