"Bastardization of a Purpose"

Films: It (1967)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: Three times larger than an average human.

Affiliation: Evil (due to Master), Neutral

Summary: Remember that Golem from way back. You know? The one about, if we may, How He Came into The World? Well, he's back, skinnier than ever, and now in the wrong hands.

History: Having been uncovered from a museum, the golem lay dormant until a mentally-unhinged man named Arthur Pimm came, put the Hebrew word for "truth" in its mouth, and caused it to spring to life and serve him for his own nefarious deeds.

Notable Kills: Let's hope no one was on that bridge this guy uprooted.

Final Fate: With people growing suspicious, authorities looking for the Golem, and his love interest wanting none of it, Primm just decides to stay and take the bomb the folks detonate to get rid of the Golem. But the stone man lives, and goes into the sea, possibly to walk the Earth forever.

Powers/Abilities: Nothing created by man can harm this being. Not fire, bombs, anything.

Weakness: Must have a prime directive to function properly.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-This being's power transitioned quite well into the modern day, as one can see when it takes a bazooka shot without a flinch and uproots a WHOLE BRIDGE! Should have had a better master, this guy.

Trivia: -Other titles for this film include "Anger of the Golem" and "Curse of the Golem".

-Primm was played by Roddy McDowall.

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Literally put words in IT! No, literally. That's how golems work.
One day, when the world needs him most, he might return.