Diamond Golem

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Neutral creatures
Level 1
Peasant Peasant Armageddon's Blade
Halfling Halfling Armageddon's Blade
Level 2
Rogue Rogue Armageddon's Blade
Boar Boar Armageddon's Blade
Leprechaun Leprechaun Horn of the Abyss
Level 3
Nomad Nomad Armageddon's Blade
Mummy Mummy Armageddon's Blade
Level 4
Sharpshooter Sharpshooter Armageddon's Blade
Satyr Satyr Horn of the Abyss
Steel Golem Steel Golem Horn of the Abyss
Level 5
Troll Troll Armageddon's Blade
Gold Golem Gold Golem
Fangarm Fangarm Horn of the Abyss
Level 6
Diamond Golem Diamond Golem
Enchanter Enchanter Armageddon's Blade
Level 7
Faerie Dragon Faerie Dragon Armageddon's Blade
Rust Dragon Rust Dragon Armageddon's Blade
Crystal Dragon Crystal Dragon Armageddon's Blade
Azure Dragon Azure Dragon Armageddon's Blade
Castle Rampart Tower
Inferno Necropolis Dungeon
Stronghold Fortress Conflux
Cove Neutral
Diamond Golem
Creature Diamondgolem.gif
 Cost per troop 
Resource Gold 20x18.gif

Attack 13
Defense 12
Damage 10–14
Health 60
Speed 5
Movement Ground
Size 1
Growth 2
AI Value 775
 Special abilities:
Spell damage resistance 95%
Golem Factory  Diamond Golem (adventure map).gif

Diamond Golem is a level 6 neutral creature that can only be recruited from the Golem Factory but only when found on the Adventure Map.

"Like the Stone and Iron Golems found in Tower towns, diamond and gold golems are highly crafted statues animated through magic..." RoE manual

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They have very low defensive stats for a level 6 unit, the lowest health value if we exclude the Enchanter and also the lowest defense.


The Diamond Golems also have the lowest attack and damage values of a level 6 unit.

Efficiency and cost

Because they can be recruited pretty easily after taking a Golem Factory, and also due to their very low cost, they are units worth having in early game. However, later on they serve only as cannon fodder.


Since they take only 5% damage from spells, they can be used by a hero who has learned Armageddon, allowing you to sometimes wipe out your enemy's army in one spell, without hurting your own stack too much. There are much better options available out there (Namely: Efreet, Black and Gold Dragons or Phoenixes), but Diamond Golems can be an option if need be.

If you have a stable access to their dwelling and enough resources, you might consider placing them into a town's garrison (but beware of morale).

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