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Guardian Golem

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Guardian Golem

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Portrait of a Guardian Golem from Three Houses.

This mysterious creation uses specialized armor and overwhelming force to protect the chalice from any who would claim it.

Unit type(s)





Commander, Lance Prowess Lv 5, Renewal

The Guardian Golem (Japanese: 守護ゴーレム Protection golem) is a monster class which debuted in the Fire Emblem: Three Houses expansion Cindered Shadows. It is a heavily armored mechanical figure that seems to have been created by the Church of Seiros, built for the purpose of protecting the Chalice of Beginnings. It acts as an even stronger successor to the Golem and Altered Golem.

Though the Guardian Golem lacks proper programmed stats, they tend to be defensively strong, having high defense as well as three large health bars. Unlike most monsters, the Guardian Golem attacks using lances, which are made of powerful magic. Their offenses are devastatingly strong, with exceedingly high magic and dexterity that ensure they hit hard and accurately. Their latent abilities make them even more dangerous, with Lethality giving them a high chance of instantly killing any target, and Quick Riposte denying enemy follow-up attacks while granting them one. Though their resistance is lacking, their barrier ability, Anti-Magic Armor, provides them protection against magic attacks.

Overall, its overwhelming power and strong defenses render it more of an obstacle to be avoided at all costs, rather than an opponent to be fought head-on. However, they have low speed and movement, and, like most monsters in the game, their large size prevents them from moving through one-space-wide areas, further limiting their mobility; this gives players more of a chance to avoid it properly.


Base stats

Game HP Strength Magic Skill Speed Luck Defense Resistance Movement Constitution Weight Experience Class Strength Weapon Level
Three Houses 0/0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 -- -- -- -- --
The Guardian Golem takes up a 2×2 area on the battlefield.

Class growth rates

This section is missing stats, calculations, or growth rates which may be currently unknown. If this information is available, please help improve the page by adding it.

Game HP Strength Magic Skill Speed Luck Defense Resistance Charm Constitution* Movement* Weapon Level*
Three Houses ?% ?% ?% ?% ?% ?% ?% ?% ?% -- -- --
Click here for more details on the mechanics of class growths in each game.

Class modifiers

Game HP Strength Magic Skill Speed Luck Defense Resistance Charm Movement
Three Houses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Class skills

Game Skill Learning conditions
Three Houses Commander Innate.
Three Houses Lance Prowess Lv 5 Innate.
Three Houses Renewal Innate.
Three Houses Barrier Barrier ability.
Three Houses Vital Defense Barrier ability.
Three Houses Anti-Magic Armor Barrier ability.
Three Houses Lethality Latent ability; active when two or fewer health bars remain.
Three Houses Quick Riposte Latent ability; active when only one health bar remains.
Three Houses Light-Lance Barrage Staggering blow; innate.

Class change

Three Houses

Special class
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Guardian Golem

Flavor text

Game Text
Three Houses This mysterious creation uses specialized
armor and overwhelming force to protect
the chalice from any who would claim it.


Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Guardian Golem --
Japanese 守護ゴーレム Protection golem
Spanish Gólem guardián Guardian golem
French Golem gardien Guardian golem
German Wächtergolem Guardian Golem
Italian Golem guardiano Guardian golem
Korean 수호 골렘 Guardian golem
Simplified Chinese 守护魔像 Guardian golem
Traditional Chinese 守護魔像 Guardian golem


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