The user is or has the ability to take on the form of golems, an animated anthropomorphic being, created entirely from inanimate matter. They can be composed of a wide variety of materials such as clay, stone, minerals, wood, ice, water, or in the case of the Bone/Flesh Golem, corpses.
Traditionally golems were unable to speak, lacked a soul, and followed orders like an automaton. With no internal organs (or any organs for that matter) golems have no physical needs for sleep, food, or anything else that living things typically need for survival.
The Filisnogos (Anima: Beyond Fantasy), it's a golem of divine powers created from ruins and powered by the souls of thousand of sylvains.
Rabbi Loew and Golem (Czech Folklore)
Monolith (DC Comics)
A Clay Golem (The Emperor and the Golem).
The Ancients (God of War) are a race of elemental golems said to be the lingering fragments of the primordial being and progenitor of the Jötnar, Ymir, making them as old as the beginning of time itself.
Soul Eaters and Soul Devourers (God of War) are former Ancients that were corrupted into soul devouring monsters by the dwarf alchemist Andvari's attempts to modify them into beasts of burden.
Gogmagog (Highschool DxD) legendary golem created by the Ancient Gods for mass-produced weapons of destruction.
The Golem of Prague (Gargoyles)
Karn (Magic: The Gathering) is a powerful Silver Golem
Guardian ÄRM, Egola (Marchen Awakens Romance) takes the form of a giant ice golem.
The Golem (Marvel Comics)
Golem/Jacob Goldstein (Marvel Comics)
Golem (Marvel Comics)
Stoneheart (Miraculous Ladybug)
Capone Bege (One Piece) use his Shiro Shiro no Mi to transform himself into a fortress shaped golem.
The Regi Trio (Pokémon): Regice, Regirock, and Registeel
Golden Tyrant/Judas Iscariot (Seikon no Qwaser) implanted his soul, along with his fellow Apostles,...