Craft Construct allows a PC to build a construct, allowing a 10th level crafty-type wizard to make a Large Glass Golem using reasonably simple rules.
In the options, and for a clearly understood additional cost, a crafty type wizard can make his construct work as armor, which rules are also clear. They also clearly state that the construct must be the same size as the creator. I might house rule away the 'creator' bit so the party can have Guyver-golems, but I digress.
If I were to rule that a Medium Glass golem were craftable, and anticipating that I would NOT make the thing any cheaper to actually build for balance reasons, what should I actually adjust?
The normal things spring to mind. It should probably lose strength and hit points (as it will be missing some construct size bonus hp), and I could reasonably give it back some dexterity. What am I missing?
For that matter, does anyone have a lesser glass golem of fluff text +1 laying around I could look at?