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"NEW, SPEEDY MASS-PRODUCTION PATROL UNIT - MODEL A"
―Mega Man Zero Official Complete Works Bio, [[{{{3}}}]]

Golem (ゴーレム?) is a recurring giant Mechaniloid from Neo Arcadia that was developed as a guardian to keep the peace and protect the citizens.

Characteristics

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Golems

Though their original purpose is to be a guardian, the Golems are fairly capable of acting as siege units as well. Though they lack any real personality, the Golems just seem to fit in so well with the rest of Neo Arcadia, and become somewhat memorable for that. Despite the fact that Golems are excessively effective against most anything that the Resistance can do, they happen to be extremely vulnerable to Zero's attacks, particularly the Z-Saber, which is capable of felling the later models with only a few slices.

As it is not sentient, it is classified as a Giant Mechaniloid. Though the leg portions are still under development, the Golem is 100% operational and is loaded with all-purpose arms and a large-scale laser cannon. A few months after Neo Arcadia's defeat, Golems Type E, F, and I were created. These revamped versions of the Golem were each named for the type of elemental energy they wield. The Golem type E is armed with electrical energy, the type F model wields fire and can emit rings of flame at enemies, while ice-based attacks like snowballs and ice arrows are the specialty of the type I variation.

History

The series starts with Ciel's group being chased by Pantheons and Golems. Ciel's companions are easily killed by the troops, but not before she could awaken Zero. Zero escorts Ciel through the Underground laboratory, until she gets captured by a Golem.

Ciel yells for Zero to run away, because he can't damage it with a buster. After 30 seconds of fighting, a mysterious computer lights up in the background (an image of a cyber-elf is seen on the monitor) and gives Zero his Z-saber, with which Zero uses to kill the Golem in one hit; however, Zero must slash it on the head to destroy the Golem. The player can still kill the boss using only the buster, despite what Ciel said, but it causes less damage. After the battle, Zero and Ciel teleport to the Resistance Base.

Mega Man Zero 2

In Mega Man Zero 2, there are three modified versions of the Golem: Golem Type E (electric), Golem Type F (fire) and Golem Type I (ice). All three of them appear in the Residential Area stage, during Elpizo's Operation Righteous Strike.

Golem Type E

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Golem Type E appears twice as the sub-boss of the first stage, Sand Wilderness, and is the first boss of the Residential Area. It also appears hidden in Kuwagust Anchus' stage and Sage Harpuia's Crystal Cave stage.

It attacks with three electric lasers, which goes in different directions depending of the arm it uses. To dodge, stay away from it when it attacks with the arm in its front, and near when the far one is used.


Golem Type F

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Golem Type F is one of the hidden sub-bosses from Phoenix Magnion's stage, Power Room, and the second boss of the Residential Area. It attacks by creating a fire ring with its flamethrower arms, and can spit fire.


Golem Type I

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Golem Type I is the sub-boss of Poler Kamrous's stage, Computer Zone, and is the last boss of the Residential Area. It shoots icicles and spits ice balls.

Trivia

Elfwar

Omega in the Elf Wars

  • Golems can be seen in the background of the Elf Wars image from Mega Man Zero 3, which is strange, seeing as Golems were implied to be a fairly recent technology in the original Mega Man Zero.
  • Several Golems wiped out a great deal of the Resistance soldiers in the opening of Mega Man Zero.

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