This statue resembles a lean human cut from blackened glass stone. Numerous razor-sharp protuberances jut from its body.
Obsidian Golem CR 12
Str 28, Dex 10, Con —, Int —, Wis 11, Cha 1
Base Atk +17; CMB +27; CMD 37
SQ death throes
Death Throes (Ex)
When an obsidian golem is reduced to 0 or fewer hit points, it explodes. All creatures within a 20-foot burst take 12d6 points of piercing and slashing damage and 2d6 points of bleed damage. A successful DC 18 Reflex save results in half damage and negates the bleed effect. The save DC is Constitution-based.
Immunity to Magic (Ex)
- A magical attack that deals fire damage sharpens the obsidian golem’s claws, increasing their critical threat range to 18–20 and increasing bleed damage to 3d6 for 1d4+1 rounds.
- A magical attack that deals cold damage cakes ice over the obsidian golem’s form, suppressing the bleed damage from its claw attacks and negating its jagged body ability for 1 round.
- A stone to flesh spell negates the golem’s damage reduction, jagged body, and immunity to magic for 1 full round.
Jagged Body (Ex)
Obsidian Spray (Ex)
As a swift action every 1d4+1 rounds, an obsidian golem can unleash a torrent of obsidian shards, filling a 30-foot cone. Creatures caught in this attack take 8d6 points of piercing and slashing damage and 2d6 points of bleed damage. A DC 18 Reflex save reduces this damage by half and negates the bleed effect. The save DC is Constitution-based.
Organization solitary or eruption (2–5)
Obsidian golems often are used as deterrence against tomb robbers. Most obsidian golems stand just under 9 feet tall and weigh approximately 2,200 pounds.
Obsidian Golem Construction
An obsidian golem’s body must be crafted from 2,500 pounds of obsidian that costs 8,500 gp.
CL 15th; Price 130,000 gp
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