|Statue of the Ōtsutsuki Clan|
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The golem's body was originally a stone monument to Hamura Ōtsutsuki carved into a rock wall over a shrine, but was transformed into a living entity by Toneri Ōtsutsuki using his Tenseigan, allowing it to seperate itself from the cliffside and to crawl using primitive stone arms. As such its appearance resembles that of Hamura Ōtsutsuki's, complete with the horns and six magatama designs carved on its collarbones, resembling the necklace worn by Hamura himself. Several large glowing orbs appear to be embedded in its back.
The golem was able to fight hand-to-hand, and temporarily overwhelm Kurama, the strongest of the nine tailed beasts. It was durable enough to survive a Tailed Beast Ball launching it into orbit through the moon undamaged. It could also regenerate any damaged piece of its body, making it very difficult to defeat. It was also capable of manipulating the gravitational force to draw meteorites from its surroundings to rain down the moon's surface.
The Last: Naruto the Movie
When Naruto Uzumaki and his team saw the golem emerging from beneath Toneri's castle, he activated his Nine-Tails Chakra Mode and summoned Kurama outside of his body. Kurama and the golem then engaged in a fierce fight. When Toneri was defeated, the golem froze temporarily. It was later able to move again only to punch Kurama, but missed and was quickly defeated by Kurama's Tailed Beast Ball, sending it flying into space.