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The Golem Soldiers (ゴーレム兵 Gōremu Hei?) are the grunts and footsoldiers of the Bandora Gang, sculpted by Pleprechuan from clay and animated through being baked in the Neodora Machine (ネンドーラマシン, Neodōra Mashin) oven.
Golems come in two types, the standard grey-colored Golem Soldiers and the darker colored Captain Golems which are marked by their amored, rocky skin. Among their abilities is the power to shrink (allowing them to sneak up on the Zyurangers before launching a surprise attack as they return to their natural size), regenerate after being damaged and changing their hands into various weapons such as bludgeons and swords. After obtaining the Dokita Clay, Pleprechuan created an army of Dokita Golems to back up the new Dokita-Dora Monsters, forcing Geki and Burai to embark on a quest for the Thunder Slingers in order to fight them on an equal level.
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The Golem Soldiers were one of five groups of revived Foot Soldiers along with the Batzler Soldiers, Grinam Soldiers, Cotpotros and Dorodoros, which were summoned by Zaigan in Emperor Daidas' invasion of Earth. The evil army was wiped out by a gathering of the five Super Sentai: Zyuranger, Fiveman, Jetman, Dairanger, and Kakuranger.
Several Golem Soldiers were part of an army of past enemy grunts that were fought by the Gokaigers in Los Dark's ghost dimension which housed the 1500 spirits of the villains defeated by the Super Sentai. After losing some of their number in an initial skirmish, the remaining members from each grunt group merged to form the Combined Combatant. Though the stronger opponent, the Combined Combatant proved to be unstable due to internal conflicting among the grunts composing him over who got to finish the pirates off. Taking advantage, the Gokaigers used the Battle Fever J Ranger Keys to destroy the Combined Combatant with the Penta Force cannon.
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- The Golem costumes would later be used in episode 37 of Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon with hooded robes added onto them where they were the foot soldiers of Queen Metalia.
- The Golems were inspired by the Golem of Jewish Mythology, a humanoid statue made of clay that could be brought to life by a Rabbi.
- Putty Patrollers - Power Rangers counterpart in Mighty Morphin 1. See comparison page.
- Z Putty Patrollers, an American-exclusive version of the Putties