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This article is about the race in The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon. You may be looking for for the Boss in Dawn of the Dragon.

The Golems are creatures that appeared in The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon. So far, there has been two known Golems in the game. However, other golems appear in The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning.

Origin

The Golems seem to be a part of the Dark Master's army, though they are summoned by Malefor, seemingly as a last resort. In the Legend series, a Golem is basically a creature that is an embodiment of destruction. At some point in Dawn of the Dragon, Malefor claims that it the duty of the purple dragons to reawaken the Destroyer and the "Golems of the Deep" to bring out the Great Cleansing to destroy the world.

Sightings

Rubble Brutes

Stone Brutes are a type of Golem that are made from animated stone. They live in Tall Plains and are believed to be related to the Stone Sentinel.

Golem

The first Golem Spyro and Cynder encountered was the one that attacked them in the Catacombs as they were planned to be sacrificed to it by Malefor's orders. However, the two dragons escaped with Hunter of Avalar, and in one of the attempts to stop them, the Golem's arm was chipped off. It later appeared in the Dragon City of Warfang after Malefor's army attempted to destroy the city, reconstructing its missing arm with the debris of a building during its attack. The Golem was then defeated by the combined efforts of Spyro and Cynder.

Destroyer

The Destroyer was resurrected a while after the Golem was defeated, and possesses the ability to bring about a new age by destroying the world. Though the Destroyer succeeded in breaking the world apart, Spyro reconstructed the world after Malefor was defeated.

Gallery

Trivia

  • In the DS version of Dawn of the Dragon, other golems made a brief appearance as Malefor tells Spyro of 'the duty of the purple dragons'.
  • The Ice Golem shown in the DS screenshot resembles the Ice Titan from Hercules while another resembles Torizos from Metroids.
Characters
Spyro - Sparx - Ignitus - Volteer - Terrador - Cyril - Cynder

Flash - Nina - Kane - Mole-Yair - Exhumor - Conductor

Realms
Swamp - Dragon Temple - Dragon Dojo - Dante's Freezer
- Tall Plains - Munitions Forge - Concurrent Skies - Convexity
Enemies
Ape Soldiers - Ape Leaders - Ape Commanders - Frog Weeds - Growths - Bulb Spiders
- Ape Dummies - Dreadwings - Trolls - Ogres - Troll Horsemen - Assault Turrets
- Armadillos - Rubble Brutes - Ape Cannons - Buffalo Beetles - Magma Worms
- Fire Beetles - Electric Leeches - Crystal Brutes - Conduits

Bosses
Ice King - Stone Sentinel - Steam - Electric King - Cynder

Elements
Fire - Electricity - Ice - Earth - Aether
Terms
Dragons - Dragonflies - Apes - Spirit Gems
Characters
Spyro - Sparx - Cynder - Hunter - Malefor - Ignitus - Volteer - Terrador - Cyril - Chronicler
Prowlus - Meadow - Hermit - Mason
Realms
Catacombs - Twilight Falls - Valley of Avalar - Warfang - Ruins of Warfang - Attack of the Golem
The Dam - Burned Lands - Floating Islands - Malefor's Lair
Enemies
Grublins - Grublin Flies -Hero Grublins - Orcs - Hero Orcs
Trolls - Bowman Orcs - Wyverns - Shadow Apes

Bosses
Golem - Destroyer - Malefor

Elements
Fire - Electricity - Ice - Earth - Aether - Poison - Fear - Wind - Shadow
Terms
Dragons - Grublins - Spirit Gems - Armor - Green Chains - Elite Enemies