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Artwork of a Final Fantasy Golem by Yoshitaka Amano.

Golem (ゴーレム Gōremu) are a recurring enemy from the Final Fantasy series. They are generally massive giants made from natural minerals, mostly rock but sometimes from metal. They bear high defenses and strong physical powers. Common types of golem are the Stone Golem and Mythril Golem.




Final Fantasy

Clay Golem

Golem-type enemies include the Stone Golem, Clay Golem, Iron Golem, and Mythril Golem. Golem-type enemies are resistant to status ailments and magic.

Final Fantasy II

Gold Golem

The golem-type enemies in this game are the Stone Golem, Mythril Golem, Wood Golem, and Gold Golem. Golems in this game have high defenses and resist many types of damage, but all have one weakness to a specific type of magic.

Final Fantasy IV

Steel Golem

Golems include Mythril Golem, Steel Golem, and Stone Golem. They have high HP and strong physical attacks.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Adamantite Golem
Melt Golem

The Steel Golem and Mythril Golem reappear, and are joined by the Adamantite Golem. There are also new, elemental golems, which include the Melt Golem, Hydro Golem, and Blast Golem.

Final Fantasy V

Stone Golem

The Stone Golem and Adamantite Golem appear. Though it is not a golem-type enemy, the Undead Husk is a palette swap of them.

Final Fantasy VII


The Golem, Armored Golem, and Ice Golem appear. All three golem-types share the attack pattern of moving closer and further to the party in battle, their stats and attacks changing as they move.

Final Fantasy IX

Sand Golem

The only golem to appear is the Sand Golem. It is unique in that reducing its HP to zero does not kill it - players must target and destroy the golem's red core to kill it.

Final Fantasy XI

Golems are a type of enemy from the Arcana family. They are often found in ruins such as Fei'Yin.

Final Fantasy XII

Clay Golem's Bestiary entry.

Golems are a genus of enemy. Their ranks include the Clay Golem, Treant, Golem, Mythril Golem, and Babil. The Roblon and Goliath are marks, and the Juggernaut, Molen, and Tower are rare enemies.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Artwork of Golem from Revenant Wings.

Golem is a summon in this game, but is also fought as an enemy. It is the only golem-type enemy in the game, but still shares the same basic design as golems in Final Fantasy XII.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift


Golem is a type of Headless.

Vagrant Story


Golem, Iron Golem, and Damascus Golem appear.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Golem is a mechanized guard at the end of Veo Lu Sluice in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles. At first a bunch of scraps and spare parts lie scattered across the plaza. The Golem is the only golem-type enemy to appear.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

Golem appears in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King. The Golem is the only golem-type enemy to appear.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time

Golems have the ability to explode in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time. When their HP is low, they begin ticking. When they "finish" ticking, they explode, causing heavy damage, being thrown to the ground and being on fire. There are three types of Golem - the generic Golem, Green Golem, and Purple Golem.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

The Ice Golem and Stone Golem are both bosses.


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