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==Bestiary Entry==
 
==Bestiary Entry==
'''Genus''': Construct<br>
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:'''Genus''': Construct
'''Class''': Golem
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:'''Class''': Golem
   
 
===Page 1: Observations===
 
===Page 1: Observations===
''"Being a magickal construct of brick and mortar. The furnace in its chest, which powers its locomotion, is fed by its own clay, meaning that is must periodically restore itself in much the same way as we require sustenance to live. Though its inexpensive materials and ordinary workmanship make for an inelegant weapon of war, its aptitude for repair makes it the ideal automaton for a range of other tasks, both in the laboratory and in the field. It is a sign of the low cost of fabrication that once the creation received orders, they cannot be revoked, hence the sight of golems from a defeated and forgotten army roaming the land in search of an enemy long since dead and gone."''
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{{Q|Being a magickal construct of brick and mortar. The furnace in its chest, which powers its locomotion, is fed by its own clay, meaning that is must periodically restore itself in much the same way as we require sustenance to live. Though its inexpensive materials and ordinary workmanship make for an inelegant weapon of war, its aptitude for repair makes it the ideal automaton for a range of other tasks, both in the laboratory and in the field. It is a sign of the low cost of fabrication that once the creation received orders, they cannot be revoked, hence the sight of golems from a defeated and forgotten army roaming the land in search of an enemy long since dead and gone.}}
   
 
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FFXII wiki icon Template:FFXII Enemies The Clay Golem is a construct/golem-type enemy from Final Fantasy XII. It can be found in the Rays of Ashen Light area of the Mosphoran Highwaste.

Bestiary Entry

Genus: Construct
Class: Golem

Page 1: Observations

Being a magickal construct of brick and mortar. The furnace in its chest, which powers its locomotion, is fed by its own clay, meaning that is must periodically restore itself in much the same way as we require sustenance to live. Though its inexpensive materials and ordinary workmanship make for an inelegant weapon of war, its aptitude for repair makes it the ideal automaton for a range of other tasks, both in the laboratory and in the field. It is a sign of the low cost of fabrication that once the creation received orders, they cannot be revoked, hence the sight of golems from a defeated and forgotten army roaming the land in search of an enemy long since dead and gone.

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