Description[edit | edit source]
Common figures in Jewish folklore,[Footnote 2] the most famous is the one created by the mystic Maharal.[Footnote 3] Having no physical or emotional weakness, they're excellent tools of destruction and can be used bot for protection and oppression.
In the series[edit | edit source]
"It's My Birthday, Too"[edit | edit source]
In "It's My Birthday, Too", Harry Dresden and Molly Carpenter have fought a slime golem, resulting in them being coated with its stinking slime. While the clothes have to be destroyed, duster, staff and blasting rod can be salvaged.
"Day Off"[edit | edit source]
In "Day Off", a barbed-wire golem is mentioned.
"Down Town"[edit | edit source]
In "Down Town", managed by his master, the golem attacks and kills two people, and kidnaps a third victim under the eyes of Karrin Murphy and Henry Rawlins, who fail to block him. later on. At Sam Fogle's murder scene, Harry Dresden gathers a piece of the golem, which later almost kills Molly Carpenter but is later used to track down the golem in Undertown.