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Their monstrous looks do not allow them to pass through the throng of kine easily, and if recaptured they are inevitably destroyed by their captors.
While travel from Europe to the Americas was not impossible, the logistics of such a task was not easy, and the few Gargoyles who made the crossing found themselves in a world more alien than the one they left behind.
Originally, all Gargoyles were created using the blood of three different clans : the Gangrel , the Nosferatu , and the Tzimisce. The blood was combined to form three specific types of Gargoyle: scouts Gangrel-Nosferatu , warriors Gangrel-Tzimisce , and sentinels Nosferatu-Tzimisce.
Eventually they evolved into a full-fledged bloodline and became somewhat independent of the Tremere and their blood magic.
Those Gargoyles created via the original ritual differ from those that have been Embraced into the bloodline in several ways.
For example, Visceratika is an out-of clan discipline for them. While rare since the Montmartre Pact , some of the old variants survive.
When a Scout Gargoyle is wounded, the flesh around it turns to stone, doubling any wound penalties. The flesh turns normal again when the Gargoyle has fully regenerated.
When alone or without a person they trust, Sentinel Gargoyles find themselves confused and all dice pools halved. Whenever a Warrior Gargoyle frenzies, a part of their body turns to stone.
Any associated activity with the petrified body part is considered an automatic failure until the next evening. Gargoyles have a strong sense of community.
They often keep communal havens. Sometimes Gargoyles petition the Prince for the release of slave Gargoyles, but more often they just tear slave owners to pieces.
With no community, Gargoyles are likely to Embrace and build their own. Gargoyles, regardless of their affiliation, deeply care for each other.
New gargoyles are groomed by all to survive and adhere to the Masquerade despite the difficulties.
Special focus is on teaching a fledgling to fly, since this is an experience unique to the Gargoyles. Slave Gargoyles sleep wherever their masters allow them — closets, basements, crypts, cells.
Free Gargoyles prefer sleeping in havens high above the ground. Bell towers and disused high-rises are favorites.
Gargoyles are often muscle for other Kindred, sometimes in exchange for a bare-bones haven. Most Gargoyles are not Embraced, but are rather created by the Tremere using Kindred from other clans Nosferatu, Gangrel, and Tzimisce.
However, the Gargoyles are still capable of siring childer, and some free Gargoyles have begun to do so.
The process of creation is particularly intense for Gargoyles, especially for those taken directly by the Tremere. The surge of competing strains of vitae , combined with the magical energy inherent to the transformation, serves to wipe away the pre-existing memories and loyalties of a new Gargoyle, leaving a tabula rasa on which the Tremere can work.
The process is a trifle gentler for Gargoyles Embraced by other Gargoyles, who sometimes retain at least vague senses of their former lives, but even so most of their past just dissolves under the occult onslaught.
As for what drives a Gargoyle to Embrace a mortal, most times it is a case of simple obsession.
There is neither reason nor rhyme to the matter, and even the most eloquent members of the bloodline shrug and put it down to "gut feeling".
All Gargoyles, much like the Nosferatu, are hideous to look at, a byproduct of their occult origins and the varied Kindred stock from which they originate.
The Loch Ness gargoyles are semi-amphibious, though the details of their appearance is unknown. Besides their shared trait of stone sleep, the most prominent gargoyle feature is the number of limbs they possess.
Gargoyles are the only living vertebrates with more than four limbs. There are individuals like Zafiro who appear to have only four limbs , but it is possible that x-rays of Zafiro would reveal vestigial legs not visible on the exterior of his body.
Their wings are usually leathery, most commonly bat-like with the digits dividing the wing membrane into multiple segments, but sometimes pterodactyl-like with one continuous membrane and the digits forming a small hand atop the wing as with Brooklyn or web-like in the manner of a flying squirrel as with Lexington.
However, most of the gargoyles in the London Clan, and some members of the Mayan Clan, have covering on their wings that resembles feathers.
Some gargoyles have human-like faces, such as Goliath , Demona , and Angela , while others have long snouts or beaks such as Brooklyn, and still others seem to have a sort of rounded muzzle, more simian in appearance like Broadway or Lexington.
Some gargoyles have hair, while others, such as Lexington and Broadway, are bald. Hairlessness or thin hair seems to hold no significant influence on Gargoyle society or relations.
Hudson's hair is gray and thinner, and has likely if Brooklyn is any indication always been gray.
Hudson is the only living gargoyle of the Wyvern clan to exhibit facial hair, so body-hair may not be common amongst gargoyles.
None of the gargoyles have been seen to shave, or indeed even groom, so the growth may take a tremendous amount of time and effort on their part.
These seem to be genetic, but they also suggest a certain amount of individual distinction. No two gargoyles have identical brow-ridges, and the ridges move with their expression, which seems to suggest they are not bone, or are covered in thick soft tissue.
Gargoyle skin color varies noticeably within a clan; for example, Goliath and Angela are both lavender, Demona sky-blue, Hudson a tan color, Brooklyn red, Lexington a sort of khaki, and Broadway turquoise.
Other observed colors are teal, green, golden, tawny, orange, pink, white, pale green, and grey. Hair may be brown, white, black, yellow, or red.
All gargoyles, even web-winged types like Lexington, possess a complicated and highly refined set of additional musculature and skeletal structures above what humans identify as lateral muscles on their dorsal back side allowing use of their powerful wings.
Their tails are prehensile, they possess enlarged canines like those of big cats, and typically have four digits adorning each limb including their wings , though this too seems to have a degree of variance.
Their major hinge joints often feature a type of spike or horn-like growth, particularly protruding from their elbows and knees, and some gargoyles' wings are adorned with these bony ornaments.
Gargoyles' arms end in hands with three clawed fingers and a fully opposable clawed thumb. Their legs are digitigrade, with hip, knee, and ankle joints fully flexible like that of a cat; they walk upright on their toes.
Gargoyles refer to their feet and hands as "talons," and accurately so considering the strength they possess.
In the case of their feet, they are roughly talon shaped, with three arched toes each ending in a powerful claw, and a fourth toe on each heel that points backward like that of a bird of prey, perhaps in order to provide the gargoyles with superior grip and balance even in the precarious environs of their preferred habitats.
Some gargoyles, such as Lexington, have no digits in the wing limb, while others, like Brooklyn, have only one digit to support the wing membrane while the others stick out somewhat like fingers of the hand.
Further variances exist between particular individual gargoyles, but physical characteristics tend to share some commonality across individuals from the same clan.
Gargoyles seem to be omnivorous, but like some humans they prefer a general diet focusing on meat or fish as a primary food source.
It can only be inferred from their evidence and physical appearance that gargoyles are descendants of a highly efficient, specialized group of predators.
Hunting from the air would require superb eyesight quite possibly enhanced by whatever biochemical reaction causes the glow of their eyes , sophisticated reaction times, and excellent hearing.
Visual evidence suggests these attributes as well; their ears are pointed and seem to be deeper than human or simian ears, giving them greater reception of noise.
Goliath demonstrates his attenuation to his senses during his first trip through Central Park with Elisa, when he heard the subtle movements of a highly trained, highly coordinated group of special-operations mercenaries, clues that even Elisa with her police background missed.
Gargoyles also seem to have a highly developed sense of smell, often using it to verify an unknown or to initially inspect an area, as Brooklyn did when first meeting Elisa; he gave two quick sniffs and then immediately questioned Goliath as to whether she was a new friend or potentially an enemy.
They seem to also use their sense of smell to steady themselves when surprised. Gargoyles will frequently inhale deeply via their noses when in deep thought, an observable trait across all gargoyles, though because of his philosophical nature, Goliath does this more often.
When gargoyles are awakening from their stone sleep or are angry, their eyes glow. Their ability to see doesn't change when the eyes begin glowing.
Gargoyle eyes have visible irises and whites; a feature which they share with humans, but which most animals lack.
Gargoyles are immensely strong, and can actually scale stone walls, digging their claws into the stone to provide footholds for themselves.
However, despite their wings, they are not capable of actual flight. They can only glide upon air currents. When gargoyles are not gliding and are on the ground, they can "cape" their wings about or rest them upon their shoulders, which allows the beings to avoid being hindered by them as well as for the cosmetic value with the exception of such gargoyles as Lexington, whose wings are attached to their arms.
It should also be noted that, while incapable of flight per se, gargoyle wings are extremely nimble and powerful. Gargoyles on the ground use their wings as a projection of their size, often flaring their wings outward to do battle, even in confined spaces.
This serves two purposes: a perceived increase in size, and an extra weapon, as gargoyles will frequently slap their enemies with their wings, or use the back of the wings as a sort of shield.
They also use their wings as we use our arms, tapping objects as Goliath did when he tapped on the camera lens in Macbeth's house or pointing with them when it is more convenient.
At CONvergence , it was explained that gargoyle mating rituals involve "lots of flying," as well as feats of strength.
Naturally, gargoyles are biologically very different from humans. Typically, female gargoyles are only fertile at ages 50, 70, and 90 biologically the human equivalent at age 25, 35, and 45 in the days that fall around the autumnal equinox.
Although both species are sentient and native to Earth, gargoyles and humans cannot produce children together, short of scientific or magical intervention.
It's so rare, there isn't even a cultural taboo against such a relationship. Gargoyles live in clans, gatherings of fairly closely-related gargoyles.
Each clan has a leader, and a second-in-command underneath. The leader's function is self-explanatory; the second-in-command's function is to lead the clan in the leader's absence, and to succeed to the leader position in case the leader is slain or has to step down due to unfitness.
Indeed, leaders of gargoyle clans have to appoint seconds-in-command to ensure a ready-made successor for such an occasion.
If the former leader is still capable of participation after stepping down, then he or she can act as an adviser to the successor.
Gargoyles are in many ways, a very communal race, and this is particularly the case with the hatchlings. Gargoyle children are raised by the entire clan, and the concept of biological parentage does not exist.
This custom may have arisen in part due to the high death rate in gargoyle society; since it is entirely possible that a hatchling's biological parents meet death even before his or her hatching, this policy ensures that orphans will not exist in the clan, and that all hatchlings will be cared for, protected, and raised.
Gargoyle clans that practice communal parenting generally do not care about biological relations. All gargoyles in a single generation are brothers and sisters, all of the gargoyles who contributed eggs to that generation are the parents of those gargoyles and the entire clan is all family , sharing in the responsibility of raising the children.
The one notable case of a gargoyle caring about her biological parentage is Angela. After the sudden revelation that Goliath was her biological father courtesy of Sevarius , Angela began seeking a closer relationship with Goliath.
A first time parent, Goliath began acting distant towards his daughter, fearing that giving her special treatment would mean he was favoring her over her rookery siblings because of their biological relationship and turning his back on the Gargoyle Way.
He was also understandably afraid that Angela would eventually start asking about her biological mother Demona, someone Goliath did not want his daughter developing a special relationship with.
Eventually, Diane Maza - a mother of three herself - convinced Goliath that all children sometimes desire special treatment and that he and Angela would naturally be close because she was the only one of his children who chose to leave Avalon with him and he was the only gargoyle parent she knew.
Once he understood that it didn't mean abandoning his clan's customs, Goliath began treating Angela like his daughter. Angela continued to be interested in biological parentage, later identifying Coldstone as the father of her rookery brother Gabriel.
Whether this will have any effect on the way she will raise her own children is yet unknown. By , Samson 's parentage will be unknown and he will regard himself as the son of his whole clan.
Atypical to this is Demona, whose biological connection to her daughter, Angela, does matter to her. Although Demona would never admit this.
Although hatchlings belong to the entire clan, gargoyles are a strictly monogamous race. They mate for life regardless of orientation , and in nearly all cases, when one gargoyle in a pairing dies, the other remains single thereafter.
Gargoyles gather their eggs in caves or underground chambers called rookeries , generally set in mountains or high cliffs, their preferred habitat.
Wyvern Hill is a good example of such a place. Here they can be safely watched over during their ten-year incubation.
It is quite possible that the necessary defense of the rookery from enemies may have been one of the reasons for gargoyles developing their protective instinct.
In gargoyle society, the sexes are more or less equal. Female gargoyles are the ones who lay the eggs and nurse the young, of course, but other than that, male and female gargoyles alike fight as warriors to defend the clan, and female gargoyles are just as capable as male gargoyles of becoming seconds-in-command or leaders.
The primary purpose in gargoyle life is to protect. The inclination to act as protectors probably comes from a fiercely territorial ancestry.
Their clan structure and natural inclination toward an authoritarian style of leadership gives us strong clues as to how early gargate groups interacted.
Clearly, early sentient gargates didn't experience nearly as much from species in-fighting as early humans did given the seemingly unlimited territory to expand into and virtually no predators truly able to threaten the species , as even to the modern age, Gargoyles with no previous relationship openly welcome same-species strangers.
It's also possible that early gargates were as territorial and violent as a pride of lions or pack of wolves, and as gargate sentience developed over time, they phased these traits out in favor of increasing their odds for survival.
When a clan gets too large for it's location, it splits and colonizes. Modern Gargoyle clans are as territorially concerned as their ancestors, in so much as they have a focus on the defense of what they consider their territory.
At first, this consisted of merely protecting the clan and its normal roost, particularly the rookery, but as time went on, many gargoyle clans have since expanded upon the definition of this role.
Under the influence of Elisa, Goliath came to undertake such an expansion in modern-day Manhattan , declaring that henceforth, he and his clan would protect the inhabitants of that island, both human and gargoyle, against criminals and lawless men, which led to their patrolling the borough at night and foiling crimes.
By the s, the Mayan gargoyles had similarly taken upon themselves the mission of protecting the rain forest around their pyramid, rather than just the pyramid itself, and Goliath and Griff together introduced to the other gargoyles of London or at least Leo and Una the notion of London itself being a protectorate, rather than just their shop, Into the Mystic and their home, Knight's Spur.
Goliath and Hudson alike feel that protection is an important task of gargoyles; Hudson has many times repeated the adage, "A gargoyle can no more stop protecting the castle than breathing the air," and Goliath himself presented this credo to Coldstone in these words: "Gargoyles protect.
It is our nature, our purpose. To lose that is to be corrupt, empty, lifeless. And protection remains important for gargoyles, indeed.
Only a handful of the surviving clans have demonstrated a more skewed interpretation of protection.
The London clan chose isolationism and self-preservation for many years. In comparison, the New Olympian clan has become extremely isolated and it is unclear if they protect anything in particular or just their own territory on New Olympus.
And there can be few anguishes greater for a gargoyle than failing to protect someone from harm. When gargoyles choose to protect an area, they will do so steadfastly, even when the humans whom they protect respond to them with fear and hatred.
Thus, Goliath found nothing strange about Raven and his "clan" supposedly protecting the very humans who had allegedly destroyed so many of them.
While all of this suggests that the way of protection might have more to do with nurture than genetics, Hudson could well be correct about it being as important to gargoyles as breathing.
Traditionally, gargoyles did not have names. They considered the concept a peculiar human custom; as Hudson once put it, "Must you humans name everything?
Nothing's real to you until you've named it, given it limits Does the sky need a name? Does the river?
However, by gargoyles have begun to accept the concept of names, at different times and ways for each clan. In the case of the Wyvern Clan , all of its members were nameless in the 10th century, except for Goliath.
However, Demona received her name from Macbeth in , following Duncan 's overthrow, and the Trio , Bronx , and Hudson took up their names after awakening in New York in Future members of the Manhattan Clan , such as Tachi , Artus , Gwenyvere , Lancelot and Samson , will have names, but it unknown how they will acquire them.
The London Clan and Ishimura Clan have adopted the practice of naming as well. Among the Mayan Clan , only the four Pendant Wearers have names, which they are given when they receive the magic stones.
We do not as yet know which of the unseen clans use them or not. While gargoyles are not perfect, there seems to be less serious crime among them than among humans.
Some punishments for gargoyles who behave poorly are known, however. For minor offenses, a gargoyle can be sent to the rookery a humiliating punishment, and one not that uncommon.
Treason is dealt with by the traitorous gargoyle being banished from the clan. This practice might have contributed to poor relations between gargoyles and humans, since most clans live in remote locations, a human would be more likely to have a random encounter with a rogue gargoyle, who would likely be a poor example of their race Demona's first encounter with Gillecomgain being a prime example.
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Among them is Delilah, a hybrid of Demona and Elisa. And Thailog finally shows his true colors, proving once and for all that he is loyal to no one but himself, not even Demona.
Factor in two new robotic gargoyle husks, Coldfire and Coldsteel, and this ends up being one of the most bizarre, complex, and morally grey episodes not just of Gargoyles but of any series designed for such a young audience.
Everything comes full circle in this three-parter finale to Season Two. And wait… is Xanatos actually on their side for real this time?
What a way to bow out! According to Greg Weisman, the creator of Gargoyles , only the first and last episode of this season are canon.
Check them out if you can. And if you use this list for a first time runthrough of the show and enjoyed what you saw, go back and watch the episodes you skipped.
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He had…. Skip to main content area. Season 2 Episode High Noon Macbeth and Demona work together for… some reason… to swipe Coldstone and wake him up for their own purposes.
Season 2 Episode Double Jeopardy Dr. Season 2 Episode Upgrade A new and improved Coyote offers the Pack various means to enhance themselves.
Season 2 Episodes Avalon. Season 2 Episode Sanctuary The skiff lands in Paris, where Demona in her human form has seduced Macbeth in a plot to acquire his wealth.
Season 2 Episode Ill Met By Moonlight The skiff finally returns to Avalon just in time for the return of Oberon and Titania, who demand that Princess Katharine, Tom, and the gargoyles all evacuate their home immediately.
Season 2 Episodes The Gathering Xanatos and Fox become parents with the birth of little Alexander, and his three surviving grandparents gather to meet him.
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Tags: Animation Disney. Written by Michael Mammano. Recalling that Archie has the same mark on his ribs, Jughead rushes off to find him, leaving Sweet Pea and Fangs with the body.
They blow his tires out with a set of spike strips. When he exits his vehicle, they attack as Veronica hasn't paid what she owes.
He waits by her door as she turns the corner. Josie just barely makes it inside, locking the door behind her as the Gargoyle bangs on the door.
Josie then calls Veronica and Reggie over to inform them of the attack. The Gargoyles attempt to intercept Reggie's run once more.
In the road lays another set of road spikes just as before, except this time Reggie sees them and stops. Reggie exits the truck and is immediately surrounded.
As they head towards the back of the truck to trash the cargo, the Serpents attack, jumping out he back of the truck with weapons in hand.
One Gargoyle is knocked to the ground as the others flee. He informs the Gargoyle that Veronica is now under the protection of the Serpents and that Riverdale has not fallen.
The Serpents then proceed to let the Gargoyle go to deliver the message. Unbeknownst to the Gargoyle Gang, they have been infiltrated by the Serpents.
Fangs has gone undercover in an effort to help take down the Gargoyle King. As planned, Fangs attends the ceremony in Fox Forest.
Once Fangs arrive, they instruct him to kneel before the King, which Fangs does. It seems that part of the ceremony involves branding the mark of the Gargoyle onto Fangs.
Just off in the woods, Jughead and FP take out two armed guards. Moments away from being branded, Fangs is saved by the Serpents.
After discovering that his son Moose is gay and that he is in a relationship with Kevin , Marcus devises a plan to scare them.
Marcus, disguised as the Gargoyle King, looks over them. Before them sits two chalices. Frank Welker as Bronx. View all cast and crew.
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