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10th Feb '16 6:19:23 PM Golurkcanfly
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* "VideoGame/DragonsDogma" has two varieties of Golem, the standard Golem and the Metal Golem. Both have [[PowerCrystal glowing sigils]] which serve as [[AchillesHeel weakpoints]]. Of course, to beat these, you must [[AttackItsWeakPoint smash the glowing sigils to bits]], but there is an added twist of [[AntiMagic magic attacks doing absolutely zero damage]]. The difference between the Golem and the Metal Golem is that the Golem's sigils are on its body while the Metal Golem's are scattered around the area. Oh, they also come with lasers.
10th Dec '15 2:46:28 PM Morgenthaler
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* The colossi from ''ShadowOfTheColossus'' are created from the earth itself. Their hairy bodies are actually composed of dead grass, and once they're defeated, they crumble into dirt and mold themselves into the ground. The final Colossus is a whole other kettle of fish: he's composed of magma.
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* The colossi from ''ShadowOfTheColossus'' ''VideoGame/ShadowOfTheColossus'' are created from the earth itself. Their hairy bodies are actually composed of dead grass, and once they're defeated, they crumble into dirt and mold themselves into the ground. The final Colossus is a whole other kettle of fish: he's composed of magma.

* One boss from ''SonicAndKnuckles'' is a golem (it appears at the end of an Ancient Egyptian-themed level, but whatever). You can't actually destroy it - it just rebuilds itself - and instead have to lure it into quicksand. ** The Egg Golem boss from ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', a gigantic mecha covered with stone whose only vulnerable point (in the Hero Story) is a control device on its head. In the Dark Story, Sonic scrambles the control device and the Egg Golem turns on Dr. Eggman, who's forced to blow off its rocky armor and destroy its power cores to stop it.
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* One boss from ''SonicAndKnuckles'' ''VideoGame/SonicAndKnuckles'' is a golem (it appears at the end of an Ancient Egyptian-themed level, but whatever). You can't actually destroy it - it just rebuilds itself - and instead have to lure it into quicksand. ** * The Egg Golem boss from ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', a gigantic mecha covered with stone whose only vulnerable point (in the Hero Story) is a control device on its head. In the Dark Story, Sonic scrambles the control device and the Egg Golem turns on Dr. Eggman, who's forced to blow off its rocky armor and destroy its power cores to stop it.

* Astaroth in the ''SoulCalibur'' series was created after Rock the "White Giant" attacked a cult to rescue his adopted son. The cultists were so impressed by Rock's strength that they created Astaroth in his image. Astaroth eventually went rogue and tried to claim Soul Edge and kill Rock so that he could be a truly unique being instead of being just an EvilKnockoff. The remnants of the cult also created a feminine clockwork golem named Ashlotte to bring Astaroth back to them. In the time period between the fourth and fifth games, Astaroth was apparently KilledOffForReal by Maxi and Ashlotte retrieved his golem heart. The cultists, having failed to learn from their past mistakes, have created an ''entire series'' of Astaroth-like golems.
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* Astaroth in the ''SoulCalibur'' ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur'' series was created after Rock the "White Giant" attacked a cult to rescue his adopted son. The cultists were so impressed by Rock's strength that they created Astaroth in his image. Astaroth eventually went rogue and tried to claim Soul Edge and kill Rock so that he could be a truly unique being instead of being just an EvilKnockoff. The remnants of the cult also created a feminine clockwork golem named Ashlotte to bring Astaroth back to them. In the time period between the fourth and fifth games, Astaroth was apparently KilledOffForReal by Maxi and Ashlotte retrieved his golem heart. The cultists, having failed to learn from their past mistakes, have created an ''entire series'' of Astaroth-like golems.

* ''{{Wizard 101}}'' has these all over the spiral. The main ones are [[DemonicDummy living mannequins]], [[ClockPunk Clockworks]], [[SteamPunk iron golems]], and [[TheBigGuy Homunculi]].
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* ''{{Wizard ''VideoGame/{{Wizard 101}}'' has these all over the spiral. The main ones are [[DemonicDummy living mannequins]], [[ClockPunk Clockworks]], [[SteamPunk iron golems]], and [[TheBigGuy Homunculi]].

* In ''BatenKaitos Origins'', major character Guillo is a golem of sorts; a magical puppet dug up in the woods near Sagi's home. [[spoiler:It was actually created by the Children of the Earth, and was used to slay Malpercio]].
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* In ''BatenKaitos ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos Origins'', major character Guillo is a golem of sorts; a magical puppet dug up in the woods near Sagi's home. [[spoiler:It was actually created by the Children of the Earth, and was used to slay Malpercio]].
9th Dec '15 4:22:00 AM Loekman3
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* ''VideoGame/ClashOfClans'' has Golem as one of the Dark Elixir troops that you can train whose role is to provide a DamageSponge for the enemy's defenses, allowing your other more damaging troops to freely attack your opponent's village. Upon death, it deals explosive damage and splits into two smaller Golems called Golemites.
6th Dec '15 5:42:18 PM nombretomado
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* One appears in Creator/GrantMorrison's epic ''[[SevenSoldiers Seven Soldiers of Victory]]'', including the Hebrew letters.
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* One appears in Creator/GrantMorrison's epic ''[[SevenSoldiers ''[[ComicBook/SevenSoldiers Seven Soldiers of Victory]]'', including the Hebrew letters.
3rd Dec '15 10:05:40 AM Nohbody
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not the trope.
* The Big Daddies from ''Franchise/{{Bioshock}}'' are large bulky creatures sometimes compared to golems.
28th Nov '15 4:51:35 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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[[folder:Professional Wrestling]] * Golem Knight in SMASH, because even constructs need to [[WrestlingDoesntPay supplement their income if they want a prolonged wrestling career.]][[/folder]]
11th Nov '15 4:50:50 PM MadCat221
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** ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'' feature Flame, Frost, and Storm Atronachs; ''Shivering Isles'' reintroduces Flesh Atronachs.
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** ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'' feature Flame, Frost, and Storm Atronachs; ''Shivering Isles'' reintroduces Flesh Atronachs. They also identify them as species of [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Daedra]] and not mindless soulless golems.
11th Nov '15 2:38:01 AM GravityBone
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[[folder:Podcast]] * Podcast/DiceFunk: Something that sounds an awful lot like a golem bursts up through the ground. The party fled so fast that they don't actually know if it was one or not, although they refer to it later as such. [[/folder]]
9th Nov '15 12:10:24 PM Cakeman
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* King Of Towers features mud golems in the marshlands levels that can increase their physical defense.
4th Nov '15 11:52:13 AM Berrenta
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Sinkhole.
* The ''DragonQuest'' series features monsters named Golem (made of bricks) and Gold Golem [[CaptainObvious (made of gold)]]. They both made their appearance in the first game: the standard one as the guardian of a town and thus a boss, and the Gold Golem as a random encounter that gave lots of gold.
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* The ''DragonQuest'' ''Franchise/DragonQuest'' series features monsters named Golem (made of bricks) and Gold Golem [[CaptainObvious (made of gold)]].gold). They both made their appearance in the first game: the standard one as the guardian of a town and thus a boss, and the Gold Golem as a random encounter that gave lots of gold.
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