Golem Generator

Golems, and fantasy creations that now fall under that ever-broadening name (I'm looking at you, Tantalus), are a fixture in modern fantasy literature. A good golem generator should help your creativity when you need one!

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Golems
This golem takes the form of a human. It is made from clockwork. It was created by a dishonest priestess.
This golem takes the form of a man. It is made from plant material. It was created by a prophetess.
This golem takes the form of a basilisk. It is made from the bones of a god.
This golem takes the form of a manta ray. It is made from human bones. It was created by a prophet.
This golem is created from rubies. It takes the form of a lion. It was created by a mysterious prophetess to preach the faith.
This golem takes the form of a man with the head of a tengu. It is made from a red gemstone.
This golem takes the form of a unicorn. It is created from an orange metal. It was created by a congregation as a guardian for the faithful.
This golem is created from necrotic flesh. It takes the form of a man with the traits of an oroborous. It was created by a cleric as a temple guardian.
This golem takes the form of an androgynous human with feather-like covering instead of skin. It is made from pearl.
This golem takes the form of a dog. It is made from black stone and is covered in writing.

 

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