Giant, Bronze1
A bronze statue of a gigantic warrior with crested helm, ornate breastplate, and viscous longspear stands before you. Until it begins to move…

Bronze Giant (CR 8; XP 4,800)
LE Large humanoid (giant)
Init +1; Senses low-light vision; Perception +19
Defense
AC 22, touch 10, flat-footed 21
(+1 Dex, +4 natural, +6 armor, +2 shield, -1 size)
hp 97 (13d8+39)
Fort +7, Ref +9, Will +7
DR 2/— (see elysian bronze) or DR 5/adamantine; Special Defenses rock catching
Offense
Speed 30 ft. (40 ft. unarmored)
Melee elysian bronze longspear +15/+10 (2d6+7/x3) or 2 slams +15 (1d8+7)
Ranged rock +16 (1d8+11)
Space 10 ft.; Reach 10 ft. (15 ft. with longspear)
Special Attacks rock throwing (120 ft.)
Statistics
Str 25, Dex 12, Con 16, Int 10, Wis 16, Cha 11
Base Atk +9; CMB +17 (+21 to overrun); CMD 28 (32 vs. overrun)
Feats Coordinated Maneuvers, Greater Overrun, Improved Overrun, Overhand Lob, Power Attack, Shield Wall, Stomp
Skills Climb +19, Disguise +0 (+4 as a bronze statue), Perception +19; Racial Modifiers +4 Disguise to appear as a bronze statue; ACP -4
Language Giant, Old Porphyran
Ecology
Environment aquatic, desert, marsh, plains, ruins
Organization solitary, gang (2-5) or band (6-9, a 1st level elementalists, 2-5 harpies and 1-2 wyverns)
Treasure standard (elysian bronze breastplate, elysian bronze longspear, elysian bronze heavy shield, other treasure)
Special Abilities
Powerful Rocks (Ex) When a giant strikes a creature with a thrown rock, the giant may make an immediate bull rush or trip attempt against that creature. If he fails the attempt, no consequences befall the giant.
Training (Ex) Bronze giants are trained warriors and can treat there racial hit dice as fighter class level for the purpose of selecting feats. Additionally, they can wield a shield and a spear or polearm as a one-handed weapon.

Bronze giants, also known as talonian giants, are famous for their metal-like skin. Despite the apparently artificial composition of their bodies, bronze giants are living, organic beings. They look like large bronze statues of armoured warriors, with big bronze eyes, long bronze hair and powerful bronze limbs. Males average 10 feet in height, their metal-like bodies giving them a weight of about 15,000 pounds.

They are always dressed in elysium bronze armour and wield elysium bronze spears and shields. Bronze giants live in small fortresses built out of the coastal rock face. They prefer to live a life of isolation, farming, or hunting to survive; however they are not above ambushing ships passing through their lands, both for their treasure and for human captives. They are reclusive and unfriendly, even with their own kind, so they never establish groups larger than a few individuals.

On Porphyra
In the time before The Calling, bronze giants worshipped the Naga Empress, S’sluun. During the NewGod wars, bronze giants from the Coast of Bones limited the expansion of the Pyynian Coast. However, in the Steel Bay, bronze giant legions were soundly routed by the creations of the Clockwork Lands including the Mark I Multipurpose Golem against whom their elysian bronze weapons were less effective.