Creation Log #3,027-A
It appears that the most stable combination of materials and remnants is red clay and gourds. Golems with such items are able to exist for longer periods of time. In addition, golems larger than three meters require a far larger amount of energy than I am willing to dedicate to an experiment. Smaller golems are slightly more reactive, requiring finer tuning than larger golems. As such, three meters is what I have deemed the perfect size to experiment with. Pumpkins, as one of the largest gourds, work well with this size. Recently, I abandoned the alchemists’ arithmetic sequences for words of power. With any luck with this experiment, these runes will function far better.
Size: 3 meters
Material: Red clay
Harvested Organic: Pumpkin
It worked! The golem functioned! It rose from the table, staring at me expectantly. Cautiously, I told it to bring me the broom in the corner. It did so, albeit clumsily, but the golem functioned. I will be halting my experiments to study this specimen to work out any kinks.
Creation Log #3,027-C
It doesn’t work. The golem is imperfect. The parchment cannot hold the strength of the Well, it loses its mind and attacks me. I killed it. It does hold off the tide for a while, the magical typhoon lessening. I will devise a method of rest and healing for it so that the binding will last longer. The more I create, the lesser the weight of the Well. I will attempt to insert the anima in the next experiment.