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  • Giga Golem (Ice form)
  • Light Golem
  • Dark Golem
  • Ice Golem
  • Earth Golem
  • Drill Golem
  • Crystal Golem
  • Pearl Golem
  • Amethyst Golem
  • Topaz Golem
  • Bone Golem
  • Poseidon
  • Vulcan
  • The Golem boss from Adventure Story

Golems are a recurring group of foes found throughout the Epic Battle Fantasy series ever since Epic Battle Fantasy. They are often the strongest type of enemies in a given area, with some members being boss creatures and others being outclassed only by the likes of Dragons and Monoliths.

Overview

Golems appear as large beings made from hard materials, usually rocks dotted with crystals, metal, and other hard materials. Most are bipedal and vaguely humanoid, but some of them have a quadrupedal stance and others appear as giant, monstrous heads.

As of EBF4, the "standard" Golem has a vaguely oval-shaped body horizontally split in two by a massive, jagged "mouth." The lower half has a pair of proportionately tiny legs, while the upper half has two large arms ending in sharp protrusions that serve as the Golem's main weapons.

Beyond locations that suit their individual elements, Golems are usually found in rugged areas like mountains, canyons, and caves.

Combat

Golems are high-tier foes that boast incredible durability and power. While the majority of them have some form of Earth-elemental skill, most of their skillsets are oriented around a given element, with the EBF5 Golems specializing in two elements at once. As their hulking appearances suggest, they have devastating physical attacks, but they can also cast some magic (usually with a jumping stomp or by stabbing their arms into the ground).

Golems are usually weak to Bomb and Ice, but are often resistant to Wind, Bio and Earth.

Members

Trivia

  • EBF3's Golems are identified as "Golem Knights" on Matt Roszak's DeviantArt page.
  • The Golems in EBF2 and 3 made a distinct noise (similar to deep, distorted laughter) when assembling themselves or being defeated. The humanoid Golems in EBF4 and EBF5 only use the first part of the noise, and the boss-level Golems don't use it at all.
  • The different types of EBF4's humanoid Golems make up the 34th wave of the Battle Mountain Monster Marathon.
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