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Golem Master


Packmule


Available: Profession Level 1
Command to Build: <golem build packmule>
Next to you: Indefinite


Packy the packmule
What a monstrosity! Packy is an oddly shaped mess of mismatched body parts. And the stench! A packmule doesn't usually smell so badly, but the slight stench of magically delayed decay cannot be truly masked. How does Locrian stand it?

This golem was constructed from:
Limbs : Letter C
Torso : Letter E
Head : Letter D

It is in perfect health.
It has no spells.
Its melee attacks do crushing damage.

<golem packmule help>

Your follower obeys the following commands:
dismiss Dismisses your follower
drop drop <what>.
get get <what>.
give Give <what> to <whom>.
help Lists the help file.
inventory Lists inventory.
name Names your golem
sell Sends the golem to sell
setshop Sets the shop

Note: It appears as though your Packmule can carry more items based on how big the corpses are that you created it from. Additionally, if you use the <sell> command, the time it takes your Packmule to return will decrease depending on the size of the corpse.


Carrying Capacity:
Mob Size Can Carry
6M 73 daggers
50M - 100M 105 daggers
229M - 264M 153 daggers

Watcher


Available: Profession Level 25
Command to Build: <golem build watcher>
Next to you: 4h 5m 59s

Important Note: Only create this golem in the room you're wanting watched. It cannot follow you.


Blob the blob golem
Locrian continues the assault on decency by creating this semi living creature that appears to be nothing more than a disgusting blob of flesh. It shivers, it quivers, it undulates in unnatural rhythms. If you look closely enough, should you dare, you would eventually find two little pinpricks of light that occasionally peek out from behind the undulating folds of hairy, prickled flesh. You can thank Locrian for creating this affront to life.

This golem was constructed from:
Limbs : Letter A
Torso : Letter F
Head : Letter G

It is in perfect health.
It has no spells.
Its melee attacks do slashing damage.

<golem blob help>

Your follower obeys the following commands:
dismiss Dismisses your follower
help Lists the help file.
name Names your golem
watch Watches a room

Sample output:
<golem blob watch>

The command is: watch
The blob golem will start watching.

Once I moved east, I was given this notification:

Blob reports:
Locrian breaks a guitar string east.

When your golems time expires:

Your golem Blob has expired.

Typing <golem> will show you which golem(s) you have created and how much time is left until they disappear.

Companion


Available: Profession Level 50
Command to Build: <golem build companion>
Next to you: 3h 26m 56s


Charlie the flesh golem
Standing before you is a shockingly grotesque creature that looks almost hastily cobbled together from various bits of decomposing bodies. The eyes are completely dead and staring vacantly off in different directions. You can thank Locrian for creating this affront to life.

This golem was constructed from:
Limbs : Mud Golem
Torso : Clay Golem
Head : Clay Golem

It is in perfect health.
It has no spells.
Its melee attacks do crushing damage.

<golem charlie help>

Your follower obeys the following commands:
dismiss Dismisses your follower
emote Emotes something.
help Lists the help file.
long Sets the long desc
mfollow Sets the mfollow
min Sets the min
mmin Sets the mmin
mmout Sets the mmout
mout Sets the mout
name Sets the name
say Says something.
short Sets the short desc
soul Does a soul.

When your golems time expires:

With a blood-curdling scream, Charlie explodes into a fine fleshy mist!

Your golem Charlie has expired.

Note: At golem master level 100, your companion golem will not expire.

Typing <golem> will show you which golem(s) you have created and how much time is left until they disappear.

Explorer


Available: Profession Level 75
Command to Build: <golem build explorer>
Next to you: 4h 5m 8s


Chizzit the spider golem
Limbs and flesh stick out at what appear to be odd angles on this offensively constructed spider golem. You can certainly identify eight protrusions, but you'd have a hard time calling them 'appendages'. What sort of person would construct such a hideous creation? Oh, right, Locrian.

This golem was constructed from:
Limbs : Letter U
Torso : Letter Q
Head : Letter R

It is in perfect health.
It has no spells.
Its melee attacks do crushing damage.

<golem chizzit help>

Your follower obeys the following commands:
dismiss Dismisses your follower
follow Toggles following.
help Lists the help file.
look Looks around
move Moves the follower.
name Names your golem

When your golems time expires:

With a blood-curdling scream, Chizzit explodes into a fine fleshy mist!

Your golem Chizzit has expired.

Typing <golem> will show you which golem(s) you have created and how much time is left until they disappear.

Party


Available: Profession Level 90
Command to Build: <golem build party>
Next to you: Indefinite



<golem spuds help>

Your follower obeys the following commands:
beerme Gives you a beer.
dismiss Dismisses your follower
emote Emotes something.
follow Toggles follow
help Lists the help file.
name Names your golem
party Start the party!
say Says something.
soul Does a soul.

When your golems time expires:

Your party golem slumps over and collapses, exhausted from partying.

Command details from Xiu:
"beerme" gives you a single beer, directly into your inventory.

"party" emotes "PARTY! The party golem goes wild!" and spawns a random number of beers onto the ground in the room. Either can be spammed, the party command is obviously faster in most cases but don't use it around "grabby" mobs or players.

Sometimes the "party" command will simply fail to produce a beer. The RNG per instance includes 0.

Duration:
Party golems have an unlimited duration (but can be unloaded by long linkdeath like packmules) however they have a limited number of beers which they can produce, at which point they will expire with the following emote: "Your party golem slumps over and collapses, exhausted from partying."

Of course when your party golem slumps over you can simply make another out of 3 more corpses and get more beers. The limit is simply "how many corpses can you get and how fast can you spam all the commands?" The party culture treats golems as disposable.

How much beer can they create?
50M - 100M mob = 105 beers
6M mob = 73 beers

How much can I drink?
On getting drunk... with 241 CON and no health.metabolism, I reached "Slightly drunk" after 20 beers. My expectation is that golems would not be a good way to sustain inebriation but perhaps a useful "ramp" to prime yourself faster than pickle ring(s) alone.

Healing:
The beers provide no healing. You can spam them all you want in a pinch but you'll still die, you just may not be able to feel it happen.

Weight:
The beers have weight. It wouldn't let me bag them nor put them in a house box for that matter, altho a packmule can carry them. Which is what I resorted to for judging their weight...

My packmule (max scaler mahjongg mobs) was able to carry 153 beers. The same packmule can carry 153 daggers bought from the Pinnacle smithy. So, beers weigh a dagger. Or do daggers weigh a beer? Perhaps such eternal questions are beyond the scope of a modest game like 3K.

A general note for top end golem masters:
There used to be a cap on the size of corpse you could use, this cap has since been removed so in the long run there is no such thing as a corpse too big to golemize. However, that doesn't mean a higher level mob will always be better in practice because if the corpse was too big by the old code it simply levels it down to the old cap in the process. Much better than trying to find mobs that are "just big enuf to be max" which was a serious pain. So, my golem made from NoC2 mobs is not automatically better than one made from somewhat smaller mobs. Where the effective cap is, I'm not sure, just something to be aware of tho.

And another general note:
at max prof level you can have 3 golems out at once, altho you still cannot have more than one of the same type.