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Final Fantasy XII Enemy
Minimum Stats
Level Evade%
42 0
11,310 999
Power Defense
59 29
M. Pwr M. Def
22 27
Vitality Speed
40 18
2,945 399
Maximum Stats
Level Evade%
43 0
11,550 999
Power Defense
62 32
M. Pwr M. Def
24 29
Vitality Speed
40 19
3,193 594
Elemental affinities
Fire Ice Lightning Water
- - - -
Wind Earth Dark Holy
Weak - - -
Japanese ゴーレム
Romaji Gōremu
Location The Feywood (Walk of Flitting Rifts, Walk of Dancing Shadow)
Bestiary Location The Feywood
LP Awarded 2
Common Steal Quality Lumber
Uncommon Steal Aquarius Gem
Rare Steal Judicer's Staff
Common Drop Quality Lumber
Uncommon Drop Earth Crystal
Rare Drop Remedy
Very Rare Drop Aquarius Gem
Monograph Drop Mystletainn (5% - Dragoon's Monograph)
Canopic Jar Drop Arcana (18%)
Common Poach Quality Lumber
Rare Poach Mystletainn
Attacks Regular attack, Lunge, Wild Charge, Tri-Attack
Abilities Haste, Protect, Shell, Restore
Innate abilities Null Knockback, Null Weather and Terrain Effects, Spellbreaker, Half MP Cost
Immune to Petrify, Stop, Confuse, Disease, Reverse, Disable, Immobilize, Silence, Poison, Sap, Lure, Berserk, Charm
Other Information Additional drop: Mystletainn (5%) and Arcana (18%)

The Golem is a plant/golem-type enemy from Final Fantasy XII. It is found in the Feywood, and appears in Revenant Wings as a Yarhi Summon.


Bestiary Entry

Genus: Plant
Class: Golem


Page 1: Observations

"Being a great, soulless, vegetative creature that supports its mass and moves about by means of extraordinarily long arms. Said to be the manifestation of tree spirits, from trees burned down on battlefields, golems are peaceful by nature, though they suffer no intrusion upon their territory. They are as strong as their life-trees were old, so old that some are already in advanced stages of petrifaction even as they stand."

Page 2: Research Notes

"Those vines and other parasitic plants that attach themselves upon the golem draw from them their hatred and thus grow, eventually becoming mystletainn, a word meaning 'stricken by catastrophe' in the language of the woodlands peoples. It is widely believed that without the proper purifications, mystletainn calls misfortune upon its bearer, and has the power to kill with magicks. So do those who approach golems unwarily, and carry home what they find, condemn themselves to a grisly, ensorceled death, bewailing their fate with their final breaths."

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