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Golem

A Golem is a type of enemy in the Dark Cloud series. It is a large, slow moving stone creature, usually with a large amount of hit points and defense. In Dark Cloud, it is first encountered at the Sun & Moon Temple. In Dark Cloud 2, it is first encountered at Starlight Canyon.

There are different types, or variations, of Golems (i.e. Rock, Metal, etc). Two variations, Sil and Gol, appear as bosses on the 9th floor of the Sun & Moon Temple, and then later as normal enemies in the Demon Shaft. The design of the Titan in Dark Cloud was later adopted as the design for the Golem in Dark Cloud 2.

For quotes regarding this monster, see Steve's Quotes or Monster Quotes.

Dark CloudEdit

StrategyEdit

Golems are very strong, very slow, and can take several hits before going down. Combos do not interrupt their attacks, so it's best to use a hit-and-run strategy to avoid being hit. Goro is particularly good at dealing with Golems, simply attack when the Golem prepares a ground strike, and retreat to avoid being hit.

Some variations of Golems have elemental weaknesses, such as the Steel Giant's weakness to Thunder. Repair Powder can be stolen from Golems, which makes up for losing WHp during the fight.

Monster NotesEdit

Dark Cloud Golem Steel Giant Sil Gol Titan Blizzard
Habitat Sun & Moon Temple Sun & Moon Temple Sun & Moon Temple Sun & Moon Temple Moon Sea Gallery of Time
Type Stone Metal ? ? Stone Stone
Hit Points 375 750 ? ? 750 750
ABS 4 12 ? ? 12 8
Defend No No No No No No
Weakness None Thunder ? ? Thunder? Thunder
Steal Repair Powder Repair Powder ? ? Repair Powder Blizzard Gem
Dark Cloud Sil Steel Giant Gol Titan
Habitat Demon Shaft
Fire Zone
Demon Shaft
Ice Zone
Demon Shaft
Thunder Zone
Demon Shaft
Holy Zone
Type Metal Metal Metal Stone
Hit Points 1500 ? 6000 ?
ABS 15 ? 25 ?
Defend No No No No
Weakness ? ? Thunder ?
Steal Repair Powder ? Repair Powder ?

Dark Cloud 2Edit

StrategyEdit

Although very slow, Golems can take a massive amount of punishment, and have piercing attacks. Their attacks are very slow, so a hit-and-run strategy is applicable. They are easily dealt with if the player uses the Ridepod armed with a ranged weapon, or Max's/Monica's ranged weapon if a very high smash stat is added. For Item only stages, bombs work very well as Golems cannot be poisoned.

Monster NotesEdit

Dark Cloud 2 Golem Lava Golem Rock Taster Titan
Habitat Starlight Canyon Mount Gundor Moon Flower Palace Zelmite Mine
Type Magical Creature Magical Creature Magical Creature Magical Creature
Hit Points 450 850 980 8500
Attack/Defense 26/18 55/49 105/72 150/105
ABS/Gilda 30/18 104/57 200/112 360/150
Weakness Smash (300%) Smash (300%) Flame (125%)
Chill (125%)
Lightning (125%)
Cyclone (125%)
Smash (300%)
Smash (300%)
Effective Weapons None None None None
Ineffective Weapons Sword (20%)
Gun (20%)
Beam (50%)
Sword (20%)
Gun (20%)
Beam (50%)
Sword (20%)
Gun (20%)
Beam (50%)
Sword (20%)
Gun (20%)
Beam (50%)
Item Inventory Stamina Drink
Destruction Crystal
Rough Rock
Stamina Drink
Destruction Crystal
Sturdy Rock
Stamina Drink
Destruction Crystal
Rough Rock
Stamina Drink
Destruction Crystal
Rough Rock

TriviaEdit

  • The scoop "Hooray for Rock Man!" can be taken when the Golem raises up its arms to crush the player. Although, the player must be quick and have near full health just in case the monster manages to score a hit.
  • At the launch of Paznos, an army of Golems, created when Griffon destroyed a mountain, was easily taken out by the mobile fortress.

GalleryEdit

Dark CloudEdit

Dark Cloud 2Edit

Monsters in Dark Cloud
Monsters in Dark Cloud 2

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