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Saturday, March 04, 2006


Traditionally, the Golem is a monster from Jewish folklore created to serve and protect humanity. Nowadays, it is commonly found in fantasy settings, replacing robots or automatons.
In modern usage, a golem is simply an artificial creature, most often humanoid in anatomical construction (2 arms, 2 legs, one head, general human proportions). Also, a golem's "prefix" is the substance that its form is composed of. (Straw Golem, Armor Golem, Cheese Golem, Fire Golem, and so on.)
So correspondingly, a Graphite Golem would be a humanoid construct made out of graphite, or pencil lead.
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