Santa Claus had at last acknowledged the ice golem's efforts, good deeds, and of course his enthusiasm for receiving presents. Santa gave the ice golem one present for each year that he had lived so far. The two shared a friendly chat and became great friends. The ice golem decided that next year he would again help as many people as he could, and again enjoy the thrill of receiving a holiday gift.
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A golem is an artifical human figure in Jewish folklore, created from inanimate materials and given life by the enchanted word Emet ("truth" in Hebrew) written on its forehead. Golems are commonly made from mud or clay, but fantasy writers have expanded this to include many other materials such as metal, wood and stone. The word comes from the Hebrew word gelem which means "raw material".
- See Greedy Ice Golem
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