Sculpted from clay and instilled
with holy vitality to function as a servant
to its creator. The golem's guise is that of
an ancient Judaic priest, a sign to people of
the relation to its rabbinical creator. The
writing on its forehead instills life, and the
golem can be
deactivated by removing part of this inscription.
While they make excellent assistants, they can
get stuck in loops attempting to perform the
same tasks over and over again.
- Four arms aid tremendously in manual labour.
- The blue eye inscribed orb is what the golem
actually sees with, and it swivels and glows
as it looks around.
- Blessed nails in the feet instill stability,
and prevent the dangerous likleyhood of the
golem toppling over on people and things.