Healing crystal golem

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Seems to have some type of physical resistance.

Healing crystal golem
Monster ID 1788
Locations The Velvet / Gold Mine
Hit Points 150
Attack 70
Defense 70
Initiative 70
Meat None
Phylum construct
Elements hot
Resistance  ?
Monster Parts arm,head,leg,torso
glowing New Age crystal, New Age healing crystal, New Age healing crystal
Manuel Entry
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healing crystal golem You're fighting a healing crystal golem

You might be thinking, "Hey, a golem made of healing crystals! This'll be easy -- it'll heal me whenever it hits me!"

Ha ha, sorry bud. That's not how it works at all.

Hit Message(s):

It punches you into the wall, which is a bit like being caught between a rock and a hard place. Exactly like that, in fact.

It punches you in the <giblets>. Are you sure these aren't harming crystals?

You know how crystals tend to be real pointy? Yep.

Critical Hit Message:

It smashes you to the ground with a fist that is definitely not homeopathic.

Miss Message(s):

It attempts to sucker-punch you, but you can see right through it.

It punches you in the <solar plexus>, and accidentally heals you for exactly the same amount of damage it caused.

You dodge the golem's attack easily, because its intentions are as clear as... uh... water?

Fumble Message:

It pauses for a moment, troubled by the contradiction between its material composition and its desire to kill. Only for a moment, though. (FUMBLE!)

After Combat

Nacrystal1.gifYou acquire an item: New Age healing crystal (20% chance)*
Nacrystal1.gifYou acquire an item: New Age healing crystal (15% chance)*
Nacrystal3.gifYou acquire an item: glowing New Age crystal (5% chance)*
You gain 17.5 <substat>.

Occurs at The Velvet / Gold Mine.


  • Appears to have 30% physical resistance, plus a soft damage cap approximately equal to 100+floor((x-100)0.5), which makes damage sources exceeding 100 (including elemental damage) significantly less effective (needs confirmation).