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A Mirage that looks like someone stapled a set of arms and legs to a head. Likes charging its enemies while singing "Go! Go! Golem, Body Slam!"...but seriously, who doesn't?

Mirage Manual entry

Mini Golem is an enemy in World of Final Fantasy.

StatsEdit

Base statsEdit

Mirage Board spacesEdit

Abilities
Active Ability SP Required
Body Slam 2
Throw Stone 2
Balance 2
Shake 2
Passive Ability SP Required
Equilibrium 3
Miscellaneous Spaces
Blank Space SP Required
Blank Space 2
Blank Space 2
Blank Space 2
Prism SP Required
Mini Golem Prism 1
Mirajewel SP Required
Defense+ Mirajewel 2
Mirage Board set SP Required
Water Golem 1
Golem Head 1
Miscellaneous Information
SP Total SP
Mirage Board 64
Entire Mirage Board group 191
Level Requirement Level
Fresh (No other transfiguration unlocked) Transf. Unlocked
Mirage Board completion 49 47
Mirage Board group Mastery 49 47

Encounter stats Edit

The Nether Nebula Edit

The Dragon Scars Edit

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Nine Wood Hills Edit

FormationsEdit

Location Formation
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 1 Mini Golem x2
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 1 Mini Golem x2, Mandragora
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 2 Mini Golem x3, Copper Gnome
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 2 Mandragora, Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome)
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 3 Copper Gnome, Mini Golem, Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome)
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 3 Mandragora x2, Copper Gnome, Mini Golem
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 3 Floating Eye, Copper Gnome x2, Mini Golem, Mandragora
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 5 Copper Gnome, Mini Golem, Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome)
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 5 Mandragora x2, Copper Gnome, Mini Golem
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 5 Zapt, Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome)
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 5 Fritt, Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome)
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 5 Bablizz, Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome)
The Nether Nebula - Cavern 5 Floating Eye, Copper Gnome x2, Mini Golem, Mandragora
The Dragon Scars - Scar 1 Blood Eye, Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome)
The Dragon Scars - Scar 1 Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome) x2
The Dragon Scars - Scar 2 Blood Eye x2, Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome)
The Dragon Scars - Scar 2 Spark Dragon, Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome) x2
The Dragon Scars - Scar 3 Spark Dragon x2, Bihydra Stack (Mini Golem, Bihydra)
The Dragon Scars - Scar 3 Red Dragon Stack (Mini Golem, Spark Dragon, Red Dragon)
The Dragon Scars - Scar 4 Blood Eye, Red Dragon Stack (Mini Golem, Spark Dragon, Red Dragon)
Nine Wood Hills - Plaza 99 - Murkrift Floating Eye, Copper Gnome x2, Mini Golem, Mandragora
The Crystal Tower - Chamber of Wind and Earth Sand Worm Stack (Mini Golem, Sand Worm) x2
The Coliseum - Mountain Mirages 1 Mythril Giant Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome, Mythril Giant) x2
The Coliseum - Mountain Mirages 2 Mythril Giant Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome, Mythril Giant) x2
The Coliseum - Test of Might 2 *(Maxima only) Sharqual Stack (Mini Flan, Sharqual), Red Dragon Stack (Mini Golem, Spark Dragon, Red Dragon)
EX Dungeon C - Area 2 Red Dragon Stack (Mini Golem, Red Dragon), Red Dragon, Mini Golem
EX Dungeon Z - Area 5 Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome) x3
EX Dungeon Z - Area 5 Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome), Mandragora x3
EX Dungeon Z - Area 5 Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome), Floating Eye x3
Hidden Dungeon - Earth route - Floor 1 Copper Gnome Stack (Mini Golem, Copper Gnome) x2

Related enemiesEdit

EtymologyEdit

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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