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Golems are an artificial humanoid-like animated structure—clay figures brought to life by ancient Hebrew Kabbalah magic. Originally, they ran errands for rabbis strong enough to create them. Maybe some still did, but these days most served the knights, as the War Mages were properly called. [1]

Powers & AbilitiesEdit

  • Astonishing speed
  • Absorb bullets and stops arrows and knives
  • protects against threats
  • can sustain injury without much damage


  • War mages use as assistants, especially in battle—it's hard to hurt something with no internal organs. [2]
  • As protection


  • Rabbis versed in kabbalah magic were supposed to have invented them. [3]

Character / NatureEdit

  • Obeys orders, blindly like a robot would.
  • Empty clay—without personality

Physical DescriptionEdit

  • rather crude life-sized clay figure with no paint to cover its clay exterior and poorly defined features [4]
  • vague indentations for eyes—had no fangs, horns or other oddities. [5]

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Events in the Series Edit

This section may have spoilers. Think of the book title as a "Spoiler Warning" if you haven’t read it yet.

1. Touch the DarkEdit

John Pritkin animated a Golem in the Senate Chamber meeting about Cassie when chaos broke loose—and ordered it to protect Cassandra Palmer.[7] it was sitting quietly in the suite when Cassie entered the main roam.[8] The Golem stepped in front of Cassie protecting her from Pritkin's magic knives; and again to stop his bullets. Pritkin sent him after Louis-Cesare, who cut him to pieces with his rapier.[9]

2. Claimed by ShadowEdit

Billy Joe tries to possess Pritkin's golem—golem began ricocheting about crashing into things, including Pritkin.[10] When landing in Faerie, he came to life—same color but breathing, with a heartbeat. Both he and Billy Joe freaked out about their new state, ran around the room in Mac's Tattoo Shop, bumping into things, each other and screaming. [11]

3. Embrace the NightEdit

4. Curse the DawnEdit

5. Hunt the MoonEdit

6. Tempt the StarsEdit

Pritkin and Roger Palmer argue about Golems and Homunculus.[12]

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Book References Edit

  1. Touch the Dark, ch. 3
  2. Claimed by Shadow, ch. 2
  3. Claimed by Shadow, ch. 2
  4. Touch the Dark, ch. 10
  5. Claimed by Shadow, ch. 7
  6. Touch the Dark, ch. 3
  7. Touch the Dark, ch. 3
  8. Touch the Dark, ch. 9
  9. Touch the Dark, ch. 10
  10. Claimed by Shadow, ch. 2
  11. Claimed by Shadow, ch. 10
  12. Tempt the Stars, ch. , p.

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