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| name = Clay Golem
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{{DISPLAYTITLE:Clay Golem (''Final Fantasy XII'')}}
| japan = クレイゴーレム
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{{infobox enemy
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| release = FFXII
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|name = Clay Golem
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| japanese = クレイゴーレム
 
| romaji = Kureigōremu
 
| romaji = Kureigōremu
| image = [[File:Ffxii-claygolem.jpg|200px]]
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| image = ClayGolem-ffxii.png
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|location = [[Mosphoran Highwaste]] (Rays of Ashen Light)
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}}
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'''Clay Golem''' is a construct/golem-type enemy in ''[[Final Fantasy XII]]'' found in the Rays of Ashen Light area of the [[Mosphoran Highwaste]]. It rarely [[item drop|drops]] the [[Iron Pole (Final Fantasy XII)|Iron Pole]].
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== Bestiary entry ==
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=== Page 1: Observations ===
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{{Quote|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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=== Page 2: Sage Knowledge 65 of 78 ===
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{{main|Sage Knowledge 53-78#SK 65: Mosphoran Highwaste}}
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==Stats==
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{{infobox enemy stats FFXII
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| name = Clay Golem
 
| prev = Vulture (Final Fantasy XII)
 
| prev = Vulture (Final Fantasy XII)
 
| bestiary = 118
 
| bestiary = 118
 
| next = Slaven Wilder
 
| next = Slaven Wilder
| Lvl min = 31
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| genus = Construct
| Evd min = 0
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| class = Golem
| HP min = 6,283
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| level min = 31
| MP min = 999
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| evade = 0
| Str min = 32
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| hp min = 6,283
| Def min = 22
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| mp = 999
| Mag min = 18
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| strength min = 32
| M.Def min = 24
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| defense min = 22
| Lvl max = 32
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| magick power min = 18
| Evd max = 0
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| magick resist min = 24
| HP max = 6,393
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| level max = 32
| MP max = 999
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| hp max = 6,393
| Str max = 34
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| strength max = 34
| Def max = 24
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| defense max = 24
| Mag max = 19
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| magick power max = 19
| M.Def max = 25
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| magick resist max = 25
| Vitality min = 34
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| vitality = 34
| Vitality max = 34
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| speed min = 15
| Speed min = 15
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| speed max = 16
| Speed max = 16
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| attack power min = 43
| Atk min = 43
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| attack power max = 46
| Atk max = 46
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| exp min = 1,884
| EXP min = 1,884
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| exp max = 2,037
| EXP max = 2,037
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| cp min = 252
| CP min = 252
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| cp max = 349
| CP max = 349
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| gil = 0
| Gil min = 0
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| wind = Weak
| Gil max = 0
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| location = [[Mosphoran Highwaste]] (Rays of Ashen Light)
| Fire = -
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| lp = 2
| Ice = -
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| steal 1 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Earth Magicite|Earth Magicite]]
| Lightning = -
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| steal 2 = [[Final Fantasy XII items#Gold Needle|Gold Needle]]
| Water = -
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| steal 3 = [[Final Fantasy XII items#Chronos Tear|Chronos Tear]]
| Wind = Weak
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| poach 1 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Solid Stone|Solid Stone]]
| Earth = -
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| poach 2 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Quality Lumber|Quality Lumber]]
| Dark = -
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| drop 1 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Earth Magicite|Earth Magicite]]
| Holy = -
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| drop 2 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Solid Stone|Solid Stone]]
| Location(s) = [[Mosphoran Highwaste]] (Rays of Ashen Light)
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| drop 3 = [[Iron Pole (Final Fantasy XII)|Iron Pole]]
| Bestiary Location = The Mosphoran Highwaste
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| drop 4 = [[Final Fantasy XII items#Hi-Potion|Hi-Potion]]
| LP = 2
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| monograph = Pebble
| Common Steal = Earth Magicite
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| monograph rate = 30
| Uncommon Steal = Gold Needle
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| monograph type = Scholar's Monograph
| Rare Steal = Chronos Tear
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| canopic = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Arcana|Arcana]]
| Common Poach = Solid Stone
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| canopic rate = 12
| Rare Poach = Quality Lumber
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| petrify = Immune
| High Drop = Earth Magicite
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| stop = Immune
| Medium Drop = Solid Stone
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| doom = Immune
| Low Drop = Iron Pole
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| confuse = Immune
| Very Low Drop = Hi-Potion
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| sleep = Immune
| Monograph = Pebble (30% - Scholar's Monograph)
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| disease = Immune
| Canopic = Arcana (12%)
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| reverse = Immune
| Resistant to = N/A
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| disable = Immune
| Immune to = [[Petrify (Status)|Petrify]], [[Stop (Status)|Stop]], [[Doom (Status)|Doom]], [[Confuse (Status)|Confuse]], [[Sleep (Status)|Sleep]], [[Virus (Status)|Disease]], [[Reverse]], [[Disable (Status)|Disable]], [[Immobilize (Status)|Immobilize]], [[Silence (Status)|Silence]], [[Blind (Status)|Blind]], [[Poison (Status)|Poison]], [[Sap (Status)|Sap]], [[Lure]], [[Berserk (Status)|Berserk]], [[Charm (Status)|Charm]]
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| immobilize = Immune
| Attack(s) = Regular Attack, Lunge, Wild Charge
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| silence = Immune
| Abilities = [[Aero]], [[Watera]], [[Reflect (Ability)|Reflect]], [[Dark (Ability)|Dark]], [[Focus (Ability)|Focus]], Tri-Attack
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| blind = Immune
| Innate = Null Knockback, Piercing Magic
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| poison = Immune
| Additional = N/A
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| sap = Immune
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| lure = Immune
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| berserk = Immune
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| charm = Immune
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| magicks = [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Aero]], [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Watera|Watera]] (Aquara in ''Zodiac'' versions), [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Reflect|Reflect]], [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Dark|Dark]]
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| technicks = [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Lunge|Lunge]], [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Wild Charge|Wild Charge]], [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Focus|Focus]], [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Tri-Attack|Tri-Attack]]
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| innate augments = [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#No Knockback|No Knockback]], [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Ignore Reflect|Ignore Reflect]]
 
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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==
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== Other appearances ==
'''Genus''': Construct<br>
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=== ''[[Pictlogica Final Fantasy]]'' ===
'''Class''': Golem
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[[File:PFF Clay Golem FFXII.png|right]]
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{{Enemy section|Pictlogica Final Fantasy}}
   
===Page 1: Observations===
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== Gallery ==
''"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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<gallery>
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Ffxii-claygolem.jpg|Bestiary entry (PlayStation 2).
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</gallery>
   
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==Trivia==
{{main|Sage Knowledge 53-78#SK 65: Mosphoran Highwaste}}
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* The Original Japanese Guidebook cites Clay Golems' MP as being 1080–1120, but subsequent guides list it as 999.
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== Etymology ==
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{{Etym|Golem}}
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== Related enemies ==
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* [[Treant (Final Fantasy XII)|Treant]]
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* [[Golem (Final Fantasy XII)|Golem]]
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* [[Mythril Golem (Final Fantasy XII)|Mythril Golem]]
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* [[Babil (Final Fantasy XII)|Babil]]
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* [[Roblon]] (Mark)
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* [[Goliath (Final Fantasy XII)|Goliath]] (Mark)
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* [[Juggernaut (Final Fantasy XII)|Juggernaut]] (Rare)
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* [[Molen]] (Rare)
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* [[Tower (Final Fantasy XII)|Tower]] (Rare)
   
==Related Enemies==
 
*[[Treant (Final Fantasy XII)|Treant]]
 
*[[Golem (Final Fantasy XII)|Golem]]
 
*[[Mythril Golem (Final Fantasy XII)|Mythril Golem]]
 
*[[Babil (Final Fantasy XII)|Babil]]
 
*[[Roblon]] (Mark)
 
*[[Goliath (Final Fantasy XII)|Goliath]] (Mark)
 
*[[Juggernaut (Final Fantasy XII)|Juggernaut]] (Rare)
 
*[[Molen]] (Rare)
 
*[[Tower (Final Fantasy XII)|Tower]] (Rare)
 
   
 
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[[Category:Enemies in Final Fantasy XII]]

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Clay Golem is a construct/golem-type enemy in Final Fantasy XII found in the Rays of Ashen Light area of the Mosphoran Highwaste. It rarely drops the Iron Pole.

Bestiary entry Edit

Page 1: Observations Edit

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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StatsEdit

Other appearances Edit

Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit

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Gallery Edit

TriviaEdit

  • The Original Japanese Guidebook cites Clay Golems' MP as being 1080–1120, but subsequent guides list it as 999.

Etymology Edit

In Jewish and medieval folklore, a golem is an animated anthropomorphic being, magically created from inanimate matter. The word was used to mean an amorphous, unformed material (usually out of stone and clay) in Psalms and medieval writing. Adam, the first man created by God in the Holy Bible, was a golem since he was created from dust and sand. Having a golem servant was seen as the ultimate symbol of wisdom and holiness, with stories of prominent Rabbis owning golems throughout the middle ages. In modern times, the word golem, sometimes pronounced goilem in Yiddish, has come to mean one who is slow, clumsy, and generally dimwitted.

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