Stone golems were constructed from a single piece of carefully chiseled stone. The most elegant stone golems were used as both guardians and art pieces in a magical building. They appeared to be beautiful statues until commanded by their master to move and act.
The average stone golem was about 9 ft (2.7 m) tall and weighed approximately 2,000 lb (900 kg).
Sogi-nora were rare stone golems that could be found in the Hordelands. These golems were created by wu jen and given a mind of their own. They were adept at implementing martial arts maneuvers like throws during combat.
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