Michael Phillips (Kimblis the Blue)
John Weitz (Neverending Light)
In Kimblis, they're portrayed as being mystical creatures, having the ability to warp short distances and throw a group of rocks on the ground telepathically. While they can still be hurt, the monsters can only be killed through unknown magic only known to be possessed by a lone girl. Instead, they're depicted more realistically in Neverending Light, lacking magical abilities, being more easily killed and mostly acting as wild animals.
While most golems typically only make grunts and other animal noises, a few are known to speak near perfect English, such as Ned and the lone unnamed creature in Kimblis.
Golems are insect-like animals that are dark grey and black in color, with red, pupilless eyes. The species lacks genitalia, thus they reproduce asexually. One of their most notable features are their extremely long arms, each having three sharp and long claws that allow them to quickly swipe at and kill prey from a distance. They also have spikes shaped similarly to boomerangs on their vulnerable backs and tails to protect them. Despite their crouch-like stance and movements, golems run relatively fast, and their long arm and leg lengths give them a boosted lunge distance. Another interesting feature is the monsters' abnormal neck, which can stretch to incredible lengths at a whim, allow their head to freely move from one end of it to another, and it seems to also function as a tongue as well.
Due to their constant growth and ability to live for hundreds of years, the species can be found in a variety of different sizes, with the largest seen member's head being bigger than a human adult male. However, because of this and their asexuality causing their reproduction to be uncontrollable, golems began suffering from overpopulation and lack of food due to their habitat, forcing them to continually spread outward and closer to the surface.
Role in Kimblis the Blue
A single large golem serves as the game's primary antagonist and final boss. After learning of the location of a little girl who possesses the power to kill it, the creature reduces an entire city to rubble to find her. Although it is unsuccessful, the golem takes several of the townspeople as prisoners in a nearby cave.
Role in Neverending Light
Due to their overpopulation and insufficient food supply mentioned above, golems chose to escape from their home inside the Earth despite being forbidden from doing so and reach the surface through the Cablad Caverns, eating humans inside the popular tourist attraction along the way and once again acting as the game's main antagonists.