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  • Gargoyle is a type of monster in ADOM. They are uncommon monsters which attack multiple times per turn, and have no special powers.
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  • The Western Motorcycle Company Gargoyle is a hillclimber motorcycle featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Cunning Stunts update.
  • In the original Dungeons & Dragons, gargoyles were a kind of construct. In Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and other later editions, they were treated as a kind of magical beast with the power to resemble or become stone.
  • Gargoyles are demonic creatures that are often mistaken for statues due to their ability to perch motionless. When an unsuspecting adventurer passes too close, they swarm and attack.
  • A winged creature of stone with sharp fangs, glowing blue eyes and ghastly-looking claws on its hands and feet.
  • Gargoyle is the name of several characters in superhero fiction.
  • Gargoyle 「ガーゴイル Gargoyle?」 es un manga seinen creado por Kondō Rururu y publicado por Shōnen Gahosha desde 2013, actualmente cuenta con 2 volúmenes.
  • De standbeelden aan de voorkant van de Slayer Tower zijn gargoyles, en als de deur opengaat, gaan hun vleugels ook open.
  • The most known gargoyle in the Stoneheart Trilogy is Spout, a cat gargoyle from St. Pancras Station.
  • The gargoyle, g, is a monster in NetHack. It can hit rather hard and may result in many deaths for adventurers who fail to take it seriously. It cannot grow up into a winged gargoyle, not even by magical means, despite the fact many eggs laid by winged gargoyles hatch as gargoyles.
  • A gargoyle was a decorative sculpture, often in the form of a real or mythological animal or monster, that adorned the roofs and uppermost levels of buildings. They formed part of the drainage system by directing rainwater away from the walls and main body of the building. (TOS comic: "The Fallen"; ST - New Worlds, New Civilizations short story: "A Dry Day on Ferenginar")
  • The Gargoyle is an enemy that can be found in the Trial of Darkness on the 1st, 2nd, and 6th floors.
  • The Gargoyle (ガーゴイル Gāgoiru) is an enemy-only Monster class that is first introduced in Fire Emblem Gaiden. Malignant fiends born of darkness, Gargoyles hunt with various types of weapons such as scythes, claws and Lances. Gargoyles are considered to be Flying Units, and are thus vulnerable to Bows and Wind Magic.
  • Gargoyle may refer to: * Gargoyle (Breath of Fire) * Gargoyle (Breath of Fire II)
  • The Gargoyle is an enemy that appears in the Mountain of Woe in 12000 BC They can be charmed for a Heavy Hand, a weapon Robo can equip. Strangely, some Gargoyles yield nothing at all when charmed.
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  • A gargoyle was a Cardassian decorative object, carved in the shape of a Cardassian person and/or animal, often found on bedposts. In 2369, while visiting Deep Space 9, the Arbazan ambassador Taxco expressed her distaste at having to sleep another night on a Cardassian bed "with those gargoyles staring from the woodpoles." (DS9: "The Forsaken") Since "Gargoyle" is an Earth term, Taxco likely referred to the figures as gargoyles due to the resemblance they bore with the medieval figures.
  • Grotesque creatures made of stone. * They are found in the Fonritan ruins of Fo and Sor Source: Guide to Glorantha
  • Die Gargoyle sind mythische Wesen in der Silent Spire Zone. Die Existenz dieser Spezies ist fragbar.
  • Gargoyles are in essence stone statues, but they can come to life when intruders are near, at which time the hide changes from stone colour to a slightly darker shade. Even though they are still very heavy in active mode, they can fly extremely quickly across short distances. Gargoyles can attack very swiftly and agilely with their horns and claws, despite their heavy weight.
  • Gargoyle is in Stylized versions of the video game. For strategy on defeating him, go to Panic in Times Square Level (stylized version) and Central Park Cemetery Level (stylized version).
  • Gargoyle in Xeen may refer to: * Gargoyle (Clouds), the monster fought in MM4, Clouds of Xeen * Gargoyle (Darkside), the monster fought in MM5, Darkside of Xeen
  • Gargoyles are stony creatures that can animate and tear intruders to shreds. Being creatures who live in darkness, however, they're easy to blind.
  • An evolved form called the Belphegor also exists.
  • Gargoyle is a rock monster that serves Phobos in the animated series.
  • Possibly a species of pygmy domesticated dragon, gargoyles actually cannot fly but are extremely agile and able to leap great distances, which may give them the illusion of flight. In fact, their movement is very similar to a monkey swinging through a jungle canopy. While not aquatic in makeup, they are efficient and excellent swimmers.
  • Gargoyle is Xander's Bakugan Trap.
  • Gargoyle is monster #72 from the Series 2 figures.
  • Gargoyles are followers of Zamorak.
  • Gargoyles are in Demon's Souls.
  • A gargoyle was a supernatural creature with a long wingspan, dark skin, and large fangs. On Mortis, the Force wielder known as the Son took on the form of a gargoyle that represented the embodiment of the dark side of the Force. When in his creature form, the Son was 4.79 meters tall and had a wingspan of over 11 meters. The Son's sister, the Daughter, was also capable of shapeshifting and transformed into a griffin, embodying the light side of the Force.
  • Gargoyle refers to a carved stone or statue with an ugly monstrous design. Since medieval times, gargoyle statues have been commonly seen in many structures and buildings, including the Hogwarts Castle.
  • The Gargoyle trap was a mechanical trap which guarded the Cavern of the Gargoyle in order to prevent Gar-Ghoul's Amulet from being recovered.
  • The Gargoyle is a monster found on Level 11 of the dungeon and deeper. It resembles a small, winged demon, made of stone with flaming eyes. It is strong and does more damage than other monsters of its level.
  • These are the first of many types of Gargoyles that inhabit the continent of Tyria. Being the first, they are rather weak and easy to kill. They will not attack unless they are attacked first.
  • Gargoyle's are more stronger, lethal versions of the standard zerg guardian. They are special species of Surtur Brood, and they was used in Brood War by UED to capture Terran Dominion Psi-emitters. They appear in Covert Operations
  • Resembling stony statues of winged monsters gargoyles are air borne menaces in both civilised regions and remote wildernesses. They worship the demon lord Xoveron, whose titles include Lord of Gargoyles.
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  • Gargoyles, (Gargoyla in Mother), is an enemy that appears in EarthBound Beginnings. Gargoyles appear on Mt. Itoi. The Gargoyle has high Offense and Defense stats, wields multiple PSI attacks, and is found in groups of up to 3. It possess the dangerous Stone of Origin attack, which can turn a party member to stone. Image:Nogoodfly.pngThis article about a particular enemy is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Gargoyles are monstrous enemies in the Pac-Man series. They are large behemoths with bat-like wings.
  • If this enemy touches you, you are thrown in the dungeon.
  • They appear as large, muscular men, with dark brown skin, thick brow ridge, bald, black eyes, and a body covered in intricate designs that seem to be etched or carved into them. They serve as bosses in Widow's Moor and Ashencourte. What their roles are, beyond that, has yet to be seen.
  • A Silver Age villain. The Gargoyle was one of the villains that appeared in the late 1950's and pushed the supercrime problem to such proportions that UNTIL was created.
  • File:Risen2 logo 104.png Nature: Climate: Game(s): Gargoyles are an "age-old race of sky people" and creatures "of ancient power", appearing as winged, flightless beasts in Risen 2: Dark Waters. They exhibit great physical prowess in combat, wielding large axes and sustaining large amounts of damage before falling. They breed by laying eggs, distributed at various locations away from humanoid settlements to ensure the eggs are undisturbed until they hatch.
  • <default>Enemy name</default> Japanese name Alternate name(s) Elemental type Hit points Score Stage(s) Appearances Other Sprite Gargoyle is an enemy that appears in Bomberman Quest and Bomberman Tournament.
  • Gargoyles have drops which are often alched and drop blue charms frequently, ideal for summoners. The drop table includes a decent amount of equipment such as rune full helms, rune longswords, hard clue scrolls, adamant full helms as well as Slayer-specific drops such as adamant boots, granite mauls and dark mystic robe tops. In addition, they can drop gems and noted metal bars, which can make them profitable to kill. This monster does not have access to the rare drop table.
  • The Gargoyle is a monster unit that has appears in the series.
  • Gargoyles are stone demons that were placed at Baldr's temple Breidablik by Arkana and Zenobia Sadi Freile. They can only be brought to life with the formation of a nest, their source of magical power. Once the source of magic is destroyed, the gargoyles will return to their original stone state. In RO, Gargoyles are lesser demons with large, wide wings on their backs. Attacks travellers from the sky using a bow. They bear no resemblance to the gargoyles from the manhwa.
  • Gargoyles are fae creatures made of stone. At nighttime their stone bodies become motile and they protect the towns they live in. Before dawn, they perch on the tallest stone buildings, usually churches, and with daytime become rigid stone again, indistinguishable from statues except for their aura. Masons mimic their forms in the drainage carvings they make, though many helpful gargoyles do perch in practical positions to still aid people in their sleep. Gargoyles and their relatives can take many forms, being collectively called babewyn.
  • La Gargoyle es una motocicleta que aparece únicamente en el modo online de Grand Theft Auto V, como parte de la actualización Cunning Stunts. Es fabricada por Western Motorcycle Company.
  • You can push the gargoyles off the skyscrapers and they will shatter/fall to the ground.
  • A similar, spiritual form of them appears in the Sanctum of Destruction, called Feeble Gaunt. Ley can also summon a Gargoyle by the name of Garouille.
  • Gargoyles are creatures that are animated out of stone. With wings on their back, the Gargoyle is allowed to negate it's heavy weight and fly to where it desires. These monsters can be found at the top of Slayer Tower. Due to physical nature of the monster, this creature only attacks with melee, and would be weak to crush attacks and water-based spells.
  • The Gargoyle is an animal available on FarmVille. You can get the Gargoyle by clearing away Large Tomb in the Haunted Hallow.
  • The Gargoyle is a weapon in Ratchet- Bounty Hunter. The Gargoyle is a rapid-fire electrical weapon that fires lethal bolts of lightning at foes. It increases its ammo by 50 every time it upgrades. At V3, it gets the Lock-On Mod for free. It finally upgrades into the Hellhound at V5.
  • Gargoyle sú nemŕtve lietajúce bytosti, ktoré slúžia ako vojaci kráľovi Lichov. Ich domovom je Northrend. Do Lordaeronu ich priviedol Arthas Menethil, ktorý už v tom čase pracoval pre Ner'Zhula. Odvtedy žijú v Eastern Plaguelands, ale aj v Ghostlands. Nie sú veľmi inteligentné a nemajú žiadnu taktiku boja. Spia vo svojich kamenných formách.
  • Gargoyles are dangerous monsters made out of stone, or in some cases grotesque decorations.
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  • Gargoyles were a species of demon resembling giantic, winged humanoids with rock-like hides similar to that of The Beast. The Warlock Roden, a servant of Twilight, was in turn served by a pair of gargoyles before Faith Lehane killed both of them. Gargoyles were also among the armies of demons that invade Earth from other dimensions.
  • Gargoyle may refer to: * An Enemy from Grandia * An Enemy from Grandia II
  • The Gargoyle makes its sole appearance in TimeSplitters 2 with no role aside from a solitary appearance in the Arcade League, as well as a bot set.
  • Gargoyles are creatures made of living stone. These creatures sit atop spires, completely frozen and appearing like stone until the time to strike. They are capable of flying at great speeds, and most gargoyles serve as the aerial protectors of the monstrous nation of Droaam.
  • thumb|leftGargoylet ovat lentäviä lahtaushirviöitä. Ne ovat ainoita monsterieta, jotka pudottavat graniittimoukarin. Lahtaustaidon täytyy olla 75, jotta pelaaja voi vahingoittaa Gargoylea. Kaksi Gargoyle patsasta sijaitsee Lahtaustornin edessä. Gargoylet löytyvät Lahtaustornin kolmannesta kerroksesta. Gargoyleä ei voi tappaa pelkällä taistelulla, vaan sitä on lyötävä kivivasaralla, kun sen elämäpisteet ovat matalalla. Gargoylet ovat heikkoja vesiloitsuille. Ne eivät ole agressiivisia. Yhdestä hirviöstä saa 197.4 lahtauskokemusta ja 569.7 taistelukokemusta. 1. * OHJAUS
  • Gargoyles are probably the most notorious breed of Winged Demons. They can usually be found on the lower levels of the catacombs, as well as the first level of the caves. These vile creatures have many magical immunities, making them tough opponents for magic wielding adventurers.
  • Gargoyle has the left side of his face burned from not ejecting in time under a previous pilot.
  • Gargoyles sind leicht besiegbare Monster, welche einem nichtallzuviel Schaden anrichten. Es wird ein Stein-Hammer benötigt, um sie zu töten, ansonsten sind sie unsterblich.
  • The Gargoyles are a race of winged, two-legged creatures which are very mobile, but are mostly flightless. Like Goblins, Gargoyles use the Missile attack, but are prone to fire it off somewhat faster. Also, because they move faster in general, they are exceptionally dangerous. Without a larger sword, they are extraordinarily tough. While constantly attacking will keep a Gargoyle in place, it leaves the player open to counter attacks, which at this stage in the game are instantly lethal.
  • A gargoyle in Tai-tastigon may either refer to the kind familiar on Earth, decorative parts of the drainwork of a roof on a building, or to the companion creature of a master architect. Every master architect has one, and they perform useful tasks for him, but they are "impish", as one architect tells Jame. When the architect dies the gargoyle guards their crypt. Gargoyles cannot move when someone is looking at them.
  • Gargoyle is a monster who appears in the Dragon Quest game series.
  • Wayne Starkey, the Gargoyle, was a New York superhero. He was a power armor jockey who probably didn't have any powers of note. He had a sidekick, Gryphon, in defiance of the Kid Sidekick Laws. He's deceased.
  • Gargoyle is a race of creature in the Darkness Civilization. __TOC__
  • In architecture, a gargoyle is a carved stone grotesque with a spout designed to convey water from a roof and away from the side of a building. Preventing rainwater from running down masonry walls is important because running water erodes the mortar between the stone blocks. Gargoyles are said to scare off and protect from any evil or harmful spirits.
  • Gargoyle's are located in the Slayer Tower - Floor 3. Training Teleports > Slayer Tower > Go to the 3rd floor > Run East.
  • Gargoyles are found in Crash Twinsanity in the level Rooftop Rampage. They hover in one position waiting for Nina Cortex to latch onto with her bionic hand. Some gargoyles rest on a wind vane and have to be spun to be woken up.
  • The Gargoyles are the statues in front of Ghoulhaven Hall. They kidnap Amber in the beginning of the game, and then are never seen again. They do share a resemblence to the werewolves. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
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  • Gargoyles are stone dragonlike creatures found around Thule Abbey. They have powerful ranged magic and melee attacks. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Gargoyle is a gargoyle (duh) Development started on February, 2006 and finished at October, 2006. Modeled, uvmapped, animated and voiced by leileilol. Skinned by enki.
  • appearance Latest appearance General information Nicknames Family members Alignment Status Physical information Species Gender Eye color Hair color Additional information Portrayed by The Gargoyle is a creature from the short story, I'm Telling!.
  • The Gargoyle is a minor demon encountered in the overworld in Ōkamiden. A variation of the Gargoyle race of demons, it has a stronger version, the Flame Gargoyle.
  • While they are built for ranged combat, Gargoyles are not helpless in close quarters melee. They are capable of spitting a toxic fluid, which they aim at the eyes of their opponents in order to blind them. Additionally, a quirk in their behaviour drives them to seek out ventilation shafts and other small entrances to any structures or other habitations that their swarm is assaulting. Despite their wings, they have little trouble crawling into these spaces and entering a fortress, where they wildly lash out with their claws and barbed tails as they attempt to escape; many Imperial Guardsmen have found out just how dangerous a Gargoyle can be in an enclosed space in this way.
  • The Gargoyle is a decoration that was released on September 3, 2015, along with the content update.
  • A bit later on, however, Gargoyles undergo a slight redesign. They now have two horns on top of their heads and a pair of wings. They are also more humanoid, having human-like body proportions. Female Gargoyles are often seen wearing dresses and shoes unlike their male counterparts that constantly remain nude.
  • They're winged creatures that are made out of stone. They can fly.
  • A Gargoyle is an enemy monster found in 12,000 B.C. in Chrono Trigger.
  • It can inflict physical attacks with its arms or use Gargoyle Ray with the ring in its mouth.
  • Gargoyle is a monster of the darkness element, of which can be located within the Shrine of Shirley.
  • Race: magical beast Alignment: chaotic evil Armor class: 16 Hit points: 38 Attack bonus: +4 Damage: d4 / d4 / d6 (claw / claw / bite creature weapons) Hit dice (level): 4 Challenge rating: 3 Size: medium Damage reduction: 15/+1 Trained skills:(‡) hide (11), listen (4), spot (4) Feats: darkvision, weapon proficiency (creature)
  • Gargoyles are perfect defenders for cities, and your foes will never walk past a cathedral or mausoleum again.
  • Gargoyle – motocykl występujący w Grand Theft Auto V, który został dodany w aktualizacji Karkołomne wyczyny. Jest produkowany przez firmę Western Motorcycle Company. Gargoyle wzorowany jest na motocyklu Indian 101 Scout. Dysponuje bardzo dobrą prędkością maksymalną, dobrym przyspieszeniem, dobrej jakości hamulcami i dobrą przyczepnością. W trakcie jazdy na Gargoylu mogą siedzieć maksymalnie dwie osoby. Poza podstawowymi modyfikacjami można go również wyposażyć w malowanie firmowe.
  • Gargoyles are animated stone statues infused with lava by mages.
  • Yuri Topolov, also known as Gargoyle, is a brilliant scientist and right-hand man to Leader.
  • However, one would be wrong to thus deduce. This isn't any old gargoyle, but rather a Construct of as-yet unknown capabilities. How do we know that? Well, when Agatha, Zeetha, Krosp, and Ardsley Wooster first come to town and strike up a conversation with Herr von Mekkhan, the gargoyle notices and [ follows] [[Chronology - Volume #|✣ ]] them with a turned head. Von Mekkhan sees this and decides that another interaction with the party is called for -- and we know how that turns out.
  • Despite a dark reputation granted them due to their tendency to turn up in service to vampires and viadante, gargoyles are not malevolent creatures--just simple-minded ones. Elementals with ties both in the earth and air, gargoyles are born from stone which faces the sun. No one is entirely certain what prompts the transformation, only that any rock is fair game; gargoyles have sprung to life from small stones broken away from mountains as often as from cut and polished granite bricks seated atop ancient castles.
  • Normal Gargoyles at close range slash at the player with their claws and can dive at the player from range to quickly close the distance. They have 40 Hit points. Fire Gargoyles instead of both the above attacks, throw small fireballs at the player. Fire Gargoyles also have 80 Hit Points, the same as the regular Golem. Gargoyles appear on almost every level of Heretic. Description of Gargoyle from the manual: Half-demon and half-bat. these wicked red beasts are the Order's guard dogs of the sky.
  • Yuri Topolov (Russian: Юрий Тополов) was a Soviet scientist and the first foe of the Hulk. Working with radiation at a Russian missile site had mutated him into a large-headed dwarf. Though his body was deformed, his mind was enhanced to a genius-level intellect. Banner began treating and Topolov and succeeded in curing him of his condition. Topolov was so grateful that he turned against the Soviets and managed to destroy several Soviet generals by detonating the military base where he worked, enabling him to "die like a man." However, he passed his deformity on to his son, Gremlin.
  • Gargoyles (Gargoyle saxi) are humanoid creatures that defy taxonomic classification. They stand up to 2.0 meters tall and weigh up to 150 kilograms. They have dull grey skin, with a rough texture similar to stone. Gargoyles are carnivorous, waiting in elevated areas and swooping down on prey below. There are marked differences between the European and American gargoyle, but they both remain a mystery to parazoologists.Related Species European gargoyles are found in tall buildings throughout Europe, although it is rarely sighted outside of Tír na nÓg and urban Germany.
  • Gargoyles are bipedal gargates, and are generally more physically powerful than humans. And though greatly varying in physical prowess, even gargoyles with frail or lanky build as Brooklyn, or as diminutive as Lexington, have both shown being able to lift full-grown humans over their heads with ease, and are also very agile, since gargoyles as large physically imposing as Goliath and Broadway or as elderly as Hudson were seen capable of side-stepping, with surprising agility, away from strikes that are too fast for the human eye to follow. They are related to gargoyle beasts, much as humans are related to apes. Being nocturnal, gargoyles are very adept at concealing themselves within shadows, perfectly camouflaging themselves in the dark for ambushes, or simply to get around stealthily. In
  • From Harper's Magazine 1920 Gargoyle stole up the piazza steps. His arms were full of field flowers. He stood there staring over his burden. A hush fell upon tea- and card-tables. The younger women on the Strang veranda glanced at one another. The girl at the piano hesitated in her light stringing of musical sentences. Only one guest raised questioning eyebrows as Strang resumed his seat. This girl glanced over his shoulder at the aimless child straying off into the trees. "I should think an uncanny little person like that would get on Mrs. Strang's nerves; he gives me the creeps!" She nodded.
  • The Gargoyle is a high level enemy in Patapon 3, and is first fought in the mission; "Wipe the Grin Off the Gargoyle♥". Whenever you encounter it, the Gargoyle will be holding a random chest. The chest it holds can be damaged by your units. If it receives too much damage, the chest will shatter and the Gargoyle will laugh at the player and flee. Gargoyle will also laugh at any Patapon or Uberhero when he has a status effect.
  • Gargoyles are found on an architectural structure, originally designed to serve as a spout to throw rainwater clear of a building. They later became strictly ornamental and assumed many forms. Today the legends surrounding the actual reasons behind the elaborate figures are just as varied as the individual creatures themselves. Some say they were meant to ward off the devil, while others believe they were meant to remind parishioners of the perils of evil. Perhaps the most interesting story, however, involves a priest and a dragon:
  • The dreaded gargoyles of Northrend are voracious flying creatures who revel in slaughter and mayhem. Brought from the frozen north by the armies of the Lich King, these strange, wiry flyers have rough, crystalline hides which protect them from all manner of attacks. In times of great peril, gargoyles can land and condense their hides into a stone-like surface. Though they are unable to attack in this state, they can take time to regenerate their wounds and replenish their energies. (W3Man 103) Gargoyles sleep in their Stoneform.
  • When the Source surfaced to find Paige Matthews and stop the Charmed Ones from being reconstituted, some gargoyles were notified of his presence. Cole Turner heard the gargoyles and warned Phoebe and Piper. The Source, who had possessed Paige's boyfriend Shane, tried to enter the church where Paige had been abandoned, but the gargoyles there came to life and were able to overpower him with their screeches. The Source fell to the ground in pain and convinced Paige to leave with him.
  • Gargoyles are huge, onyx-scaled winged monsters. They are dragon-like in stature and have three different varieties. They are the strongest foes encountered outside of boss chambers, so heroes should unload their strongest attacks and items to defeat it as quickly as possible. At range, Gargoyles will alternate between their two ranged attacks. They are close relatives to the Chimera . Gargoyle Attacks: The specific Gargoyle head determines which Golden Icon it drops upon being defeated.
  • Living stone statues in which the soul of a demon dwells. There are various stories, and some say that wicked demons where once sealed within, or that demons maliciously sealed part of themselves within a statue and changed it into a monster, but most gargoyles and the souls within them have completely changed into the souls of succubi. Their evil purposes from when they were demons are no longer of concern to them, and their heads are full of the thoughts of sex with men.
  • Unlike most demonic monsters, Gargoyles were created to be guardians by ancient wizards. For thousands of years spell casters have been looking for ways to protect their magical items and lost knowledge from their enemies, and as such they needed to hide behind more powerful people and deadly traps to stay safe. When these methods failed however they needed a failsafe. After years of perfection, These ancient wizards crafted large effigies of stone and spell which could launch blasts of fire at enemies that attempted to break into their lair, crafting these beasts to appear as dragons and other various monsters to scare away foes. However eventually their creators left or passed away, leaving the guardians to stand resolute.
  • Volk Volk Art Untoter Zugehörigkeit Lichkönig Fraktion Geschlecht Titel Gesinnung Herkunft Nordrend Zone Gebiet Status Level Stufe Die furchteinflößenden Gargoyles von Nordrend sind gefräßige, fliegende Bestien, die das Gemetztel und Verwüstung lieben. Sie werden in einer Gruft belebt und folgten den untoten Armeen des Lichkönigs von Norden her, wie Geier einem verwundetem Tier. Diese seltsamen, drahtigen Flieger haben eine eiskalte, feste Haut, welche sie vor Angriffen beschützt. Wenn sie schwer verwundet sind, können Gargoyles landen und ihre eiskalte Haut zu einer felsartigen Masse kondensieren lassen. In dieser „Steingestalt“ sind sie zwar bewegungsunfähig sich zu bewegen, ihre Wunden heilen jedoch schneller. Ein mächtiger Zauberer kann einen Gargoyle an sich binden
  • The dreaded Gargoyle is half-reptile half-infernal and is an almost extinct species, with but a few remaining in unspecified locations. Gargoyles are supposedly much like Hell Lords in appearance (Demons in our database), but can fly and are much tougher. Grown Gargoyles reach gargantuan proportions, akin to those of a Dragon. Incidentally, only a Dragon is naturally occuring beast that can win in a match between the two. Compared to a Dragon, Gargoyle is swifter, more manoeuverable but has somewhat weaker defences.
  • Gargoyles are winged, humanoid creatures whose skin is as hard as stone. They come in many shapes and sizes as well as from different materials whether it's wood, metal or stone. They freeze during day but awaken and roam actively at night. Little is known about them and how intelligent they may be, but those who have encountered them have usually reported that they seem to act on instinct like predators.
  • Gargoyle was a cool guy. Gargoyle had been minding his own business. Gargoyle had one brother. The brothers loved eachother very much. Chiseled from the hardest of stones back in time immemorial, Gargoyle and his brother had managed on their own for millions of years. Gargoyle, in the year 2006, looked just as dashing as ever. Cold, grey, stoic he crouched, watching car after car whiz down Sunset. Brother was happy too. Gargoyle and his brother were together. Night fell, and Gargoyle awoke from his slumber. A warm, clammy hand pressed casually against his breast. Gargoyle looked into the malicious eyes of The Flesh of Bulls. Flesh grunted as he pushed Gargoyle to the concrete, knocking his block off at Anus' hobbit feet. Anus grabbed his prize, Gargoyle's head, and he dashed off into the n
  • A Gargoyle is a living monster that was made of a stone like substance during the day. By night they become flesh and by sheading a stone like substance. They come in many varieties: some are full bodied, often with wings; others are simply disembodied visages that simply watch (having only half a body.) Gargoyles are not the same as other stone beings, such as the Golem as Gargoyles are always in the form of in-human, possibly demonic, creatures. They stand guard in gothic-style structures, such as Cathedrals and European castles.
  • Gargoyles, like rockslugs, cannot be killed normally. In order to kill a gargoyle, a rock hammer (or a rock thrownhammer) must be used when they reach 9 or lower Hitpoints. This can be very click intensive and is not always preferred; fortunately, you can buy the "Gargoyle Smasher" perk from the Slayer store (requiring 120 Slayer points), which will automatically smash the gargoyle when it falls to 9 or lower Hitpoints (you still must have the rock hammer in your inventory for this to work). Gargoyles can be safespotted near the doorway in the south-west area at the top floor in Slayer Tower.
  • A gargoyle is a mythical reptilian creature with wings that enable it to fly. They are usually found in human building architecture as carved stone grotesques with a spout designed to convey water from a roof and away from the side of a building. The Smurfs have encountered various types of gargoyles in the cartoon show series. One of them was a baby gargoyle named Tharp, who was a pet of the sorcerer couple Selwyn and Tallulah. Several small gargoyles were also in service to a sneaky imp in the episode "Smurfette's Dancing Shoes".
  • Hit Dice: 4d8+19 (37 hp) Initiative: +2 Speed: 40 ft. (8 squares), fly 60 ft. (average) Armor Class: 16 (+2 Dex, +4 natural), touch 12, flat-footed 14 Base Attack/Grapple: +4/+6 Attack: Claw +6 melee (1d4+2) Full Attack: 2 claws +6 melee (1d4+2) and bite +4 melee (1d6+1) and gore +4 melee (1d6+1) Space/Reach: 5 ft./5 ft. Special Attacks: - Special Qualities: Damage reduction 10/magic, darkvision 60 ft., freeze Saves: Fort +5, Ref +6, Will +4 Abilities: Str 15, Dex 14, Con 18, Int 6, Wis 11, Cha 7 Skills: Hide +7*, Listen +4, Spot +4 Feats: Multiattack, Toughness Environment: Any Challenge Rating:
  • Gargoyle (ガーゴイル Gāgoiru) is a Phantom born from within a unnamed worker (作業員 sagyōin) when he gave in to despair. His Gate target is Naoki Katayama, who is trying to find the truth behind his father's death. This particular Phantom has the ability of petrification, and this ability is not only useful for defensive purposes to withstand attacks, but can also be use to attack enemies with in the form of body slams.
  • This ruler of the air is also a break from traditional fighting, and the best robot in the game. Just like usual, most of Gargoyle's normal moves are useless (with the exceptions of his fierces and jab), making you rely on the overpowered triangle jump: Rising Talon into Wing Charge into Diving Claw.Rising Talon is the game's best anti-air move, with priority over every other air attack (it goes right through an air Rising Blade), and it beats most ground moves as well. If you miss completely or hit a grounded opponent, cancel into Wing Charge for a fast horizontal attack and combo starter. If that is about to miss or get blocked, tack on a Diving Claw to force them into blocking plus eat almost any retaliation. Most robots have no way to jump against Gargoyle or prevent him from jumping t
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Leader
Level
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 16
  • 25
  • 27
  • 93
  • 100
  • 111
Season
  • Kamen Rider Wizard
Char
  • y
Era
  • 12000
CP
  • -
Strength
  • 340
Appeared
Blue
  • 8
Main Character
  • Isaac Christians; Isaac_Christians__from_Official_Handbook_of_the_Marvel_Universe_Master_Edition_Vol_1_14_0001.jpg
Alignment
Attack
  • 0
  • 67
  • Contact
  • Element changing
first appeared (tv)
Upload date
  • 2007-05-21
uv mapping
  • yes
Jewels
  • Ruby
nieve
  • Yes
Taktik
  • Teleportationen
dcterms:subject
Ice
  • 0
m1 offense
  • 190
Rear quarter imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-RearQuarter.png
observed gears
  • 4
Apariciones
dRange
  • 20
m1 pp
  • 60
Sub Bump
  • 30
  • Attacks in an X pattern with 4 small elemental lasers.
Prof
sizeY
  • 2
Live Image Caption
  • Gargoyle
promofrom
  • --
subteams
dSlash
  • 20
Factions
Combos
  • None
Row 4 info
  • None
  • Elite Gargoyle
Drops
Unique
  • No
hideb
  • hide
Object name
  • Gargoyle
Battle Start
  • I will CRUSH you!
handling drivetrain
  • RWD
Underside view imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-Underside.png
Corpse
  • Unlike other constructs, the PC can eat gargoyles and margoyles. Doing so yields a very small amount of satiation before the corpse crumbles into rocks &mdash; adding a small pile of rocks to the PC's inventory.
aMagic
  • 0
acc magic
  • 0
sapience
  • Varying sapience
BaseHP
  • 2080
handling top speed
  • 91
Will
  • 1
Agility
  • 6
walksaround
  • Fire, Energy
cardtype
  • Unit
aff magic
  • 65
strongagainst
occurmain
  • yes
Icon Image
  • Gargoyle Icon.png
Weak
  • Fire
  • None
Soldiers
  • 6540
  • 7194
maxatk
  • N/A
implemented
  • 7.400000
maxlvl
  • 70
Fort
  • 8
Behavior
  • Gargoyles run when they have 30 hp or less. They tend to retarget on the player with the highest level around.
  • Gargoyles run when they have 30 hp or less. They tend to retarget on the player with the highest level around.
weakagainst
m1 defense
  • 1260
lifepoints
  • 6700
Luck Skill
  • 25
  • -
MDF
  • 160
Hitpoints
  • 105
  • 560
dMagic
  • 20
skill lv
  • Deal 300% DMG to all enemies / 15% chance
  • Deal 400% DMG to all enemies / 20% chance
BaseDEF
  • 2530
dStab
  • 20
creatureclass
  • Elementals
  • Elementals
  • Elementals
stepartist
Row 1 info
  • 7500
  • Half-Boss
  • Darkus
Max Luck
  • 90
  • 99
basemaxhp
  • 4680
Damage view imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-Other.png
Front quarter imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-FrontQuarter.png
promoto
occurrook
  • no
Examine
  • Fliegt wie ein Stein.
  • Flies like a rock.
  • Flies like a rock.
Reflex
  • 6
evolutionstep
  • 1
Front view imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-Front.png
pdr
  • 10
Hit
  • 11
Lightning
  • 0
bestiaryclass
  • Magical
Vorkommen
songrelease
  • 2004-07-04
senseinvis
  • No
gemw
  • No
  • no
paraimmune
  • ?
KB
  • 1600
DEX
  • 14
max hit
  • 11
  • 119
  • 210
  • 268
fireDmgMod
  • 45
  • 110.0
convince
  • --
  • --
  • --
demografía
  • Seinen
harvest curr type
  • coin
MagicRes
  • None
basemaxdef
  • 5690
Poisonous
  • No
  • Nee
  • Nein
m1 hp
  • 180
max magic
  • 0
BOH
  • 30
  • -
dCrush
  • 0
Row 4 title
  • Payout Increase
  • Other Monster in Relation
harvest curr amt
  • 30
Adult
  • 250
  • A small adult gargoyle
Rear view imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-Rear.png
deathDmgMod
  • 99
  • 100.0
feats
Top view imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-Top.png
iceDmgMod
  • 100.0
Engine bay imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-Engine.png
immuneto
m1 wealth
  • 86.0
vehículo
  • Motocicleta
max spec
  • 0
maxdef
  • N/A
LVL
  • 13
  • 17
maxwis
  • N/A
baseagi
  • 2220
attack speed
  • 6
acc melee
  • 1372
aff weakness
  • 90
front image
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-front.png
behaviour
  • Gargoyles run when they have 30 hp or less. They tend to retarget on the player with the highest level around.
Velocidad
  • Muy buena
Ally
IsHostile
  • Yes
Tactics
  • Teleportation
  • Teletrasporto
walksthrough
  • Poison
harvestDesc
  • Stone Chips
basemaxwis
  • 5400
Agi
  • 11
  • 31
Upgrade
holy
  • 0
Sling
  • Bounce
basemaxatk
  • 4860
Vehiculo
  • Gargoyle
lastwords
  • I must not crack before I am free!
basemaxagi
  • 5000
Inside view imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-Inside.png
rear image
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-rear.png
Bump Combo
  • 30
  • Randomly targets foes with 12 elemental shots.
  • Randomly targets foes with 18 elemental shots.
notecount
  • 1470
Badge texture imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-Badges.png
Monster Memory
  • These stone-based creatures were originally carved and placed on buildings to frighten evil spirits and so protect the inhabitants. Some have escaped their attachments to their home construction and are no longer bound to protect, but use their fearsome faces and rocky musculature to terrorize through violence. Alternative description This creature stands 9 ft. tall. It has batlike wings, menacing claws, and a nice contingent of very sharp fangs. Gargoyles are known for their ability to look like statues so as to pounce on their prey. This one seems to be looking right at you.
aff melee
  • 55
Summon
  • --
  • --
  • --
Physical
  • 0
pmos
  • Combat light armored weapons specialist; Heavy weapons
actualname
  • gargoyle
Row 2 info
  • 57
  • Moderate
  • Haos & Aquos
nextrarity
  • Rare
m1 speed
  • 270
nps
  • 1
Cntr
  • Yes
hpDrainDmgMod
  • 0.0
m1 exp
  • 110
KPL
  • 12
handling gears
  • 4
holyDmgMod
  • 100.0
energyDmgMod
  • 100.0
Mag
  • 16
physicalDmgMod
  • 20
  • 60.0
Row 1 title
  • Type
  • Cost
  • Main Attribute:
procs
  • Infinite
max ranged
  • 0
Poison
  • 0
Stamina
  • 17
confident
  • --03-18
JP Name
  • ガーゴイルv
  • ガーゴイル・パンクス
  • ロックガール ガーゴイル
  • 祭りガール ガーゴイル
SeeInvis
  • No
hidef
  • hide
sell curr type
  • coin
Always Drops
  • Bones
  • Nothing
  • N/A
  • Nichts
  • Niets
Row 5 info
  • Vanity: +425
sell curr amt
  • 75
mad
  • 1
str
  • 5
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 105
Genero
  • Acción, Sobrenatural
MaxDmg
  • 65
przypomina
  • Indian 101 Scout
ageoftga
Combat
  • 111
songlength
  • 164.0
Row 2 title
  • HP
  • Level Required
  • Attributes he changes to:
Herkunft
Encountered
  • Agata Forest
aff ranged
  • 45
Attack style
acc ranged
  • 0
SeeInDark
  • No
CHA
  • 7
slaylvl
  • 75
comentario imagen
  • Una Gargoyle
sizeX
  • 2
Sonstiges
earthDmgMod
  • 0.0
ATK
  • 12
  • 20
  • 150
  • 6600
  • 7260
  • 15174
  • 17606
  • 24017
pushable
  • No
  • no
alignment5e
dmgbonus
  • +1
Skeleton
  • yes
Gesinnung
  • Feindlich
friendship max
  • I can't help it if I'm heavy!
  • I mean, I'm made of stone!
bestiarylevel
  • Easy
Resistances
  • Stoning
Strike shot
  • Increases Speed.
  • Bashes the first contacted enemy and attacks with a spread shot.
  • Sends all enemies flying like crazy on contact.
  • ハイウェイ・スター - 15 Turns
  • フェスティバル・スター - 15 Turns
  • 爆音ロカビリー - 23 Turns
  • 猛火のアルペジオ - 12 Turns
Treasure
  • None
Producent
TEC
  • 5
observed engine
  • V-Twin
Sprite
  • 48.0
  • Image:Gargoylesprite.pngImage:GargoylespriteStory.png
LCK
  • 8
Side view imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-Side.png
Unlock
  • y
  • Arcade League > Honorary League > Maximus > Cold Corpse Caper with Gold or better
pushobjects
  • Yes
  • yes
observed drivetrain
  • RWD
MDEF
  • 50
Wisdom
  • 15
levelnumber
  • 1771
m1 location
evostep
  • Gargoyle
  • Gargoyle II
  • Unbound Gargoyle
  • Unbound Gargoyle II
Point
  • 10
first available
  • Viceron
smos
  • Rotary-wing aircraft pilot
vehicle class
  • Motorcycles
Burden
  • 2000
isboss
  • no
  • no
  • no
BaseATK
  • 2160
susceptibility
handling fuel tank
  • 65
Row 5 title
  • Conformity Increase
Dashboard view imagename
  • Gargoyle-GTAO-Dashboard.png
mdr
  • 10
spd
  • 9
  • 11
  • 17
  • 70
  • 116
  • 165.570000
  • 211.930000
  • 245.730000
Resistencia
  • Buena
bestiarytext
  • Although Gargoyles are a common sight all over Tibia, the origin of this remarkable species remains clouded in mystery. In fact, a reward offered by the great wizard Cyrius the Half-Bald to those who could solve the mystery was never claimed. However, one or two interesting facts have been discovered. It is widely agreed today that Gargoyles prefer dark places,which is why they are typically found in dreary dungeons and other subterranean complexes. There they breed and hunt, using their uncanny ability to blend in with the stony surfaces of their lairs.
friendship event
  • And if you'd carry me like
  • My dream? Hmmm... I guess I'd
  • Prince Charming... Never mind.
  • say it's to be with you.
battle end
  • My weight drags me down.
Grafika
  • Gargoyle .jpg
max melee
  • 268
Row 3 info
aCrush
  • 0
sprites
bestiaryname
  • gargoyle
MGC
  • 5
  • 8
  • 9
Rarity
  • Common
  • Rare
  • Uncommon
  • UR
  • Very rare
Row 3 title
  • Appearance
  • Size
  • Human owner:
assigned by
  • Chaeldar,Sumona,Duradel,Kuradal,Morvran
aStab
  • 0
handling mass
  • 135
Patch Introduced
collectorinfo
  • 1
drownDmgMod
  • 100
illusionable
  • yes
  • yes
  • yes
Immunity
Marca
Aggressive
  • Yes
  • Ja
  • Ja
aRange
  • 0
loretext
  • These fearsome animated statues will relentlessly defend their territory from any trespasser before returning to a seemingly lifeless -- though incredibly lifelike -- sculpture.
maxagi
  • N/A
resref
  • nw_gargoyle
Loot
Zugehörigkeit
Live Image
  • Gargoyle Live.jpg
Wis
  • 11
aSlash
  • 0
DMG
  • 10
maxHP
  • N/A
filerelease
  • 2012-08-18
primarytype
  • Geo-Elementals
  • Geo-Elementals
  • Geo-Elementals
Real
  • Yuri Topolov
basewis
  • 2400
immune to poison
  • No
  • Nee
  • Nein
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Number
  • 72
Homeland
Gold
  • 9
  • 15.0
  • JAP 5
Birthplace
  • Classified
Category
  • Dance 2
  • Messenger
Realm
  • Gothador
Range
Defense
  • 1
  • 3
Special
  • *Immune to petrification *Construct abilities **Cannot be sacrificed **Immune to death rays, stunning, blindness, paralysis, and poison **Immune to telepathic mindcraft
Box Title
  • Gargoyle
Voice
Appearances
  • Bomberman Quest
  • Grand Theft Auto Online
  • All episodes to date, alive in The Curse of Cornelius Sigan
Job
  • Powerful Guardian
  • Warding off evil
AB
  • +4
Movement
  • 10
Element
  • 25
  • Dark
  • Fire
  • Ice
  • Wind
  • Darkness
Challenge
  • 4
Water
  • 60
Games
  • TimeSplitters 2
Article
  • a
Faction
Team
GP
  • 5
AI
  • 4
Eyes
  • Red
Residence
  • Smurf forest
Label
  • Gargoyle's human form
Active
  • *Sensing *Sonic Scream *Fire Breathing
Expansion
  • Oathbound
Branch
Origin
Skills
Disposition
  • Strong-willed, lustful
Power
  • Freeze LV1
Fight
  • 180
Speed
  • 4
  • 5
  • 10
  • 100
Phonetic
  • Gāgoiru
Page
  • 137
fe
  • 19
  • 26
  • 52
  • 60
  • 80
  • 150
Weapon
  • Fire
  • Ice
  • Lightning
  • Machine Pistol; Assault Rifle; Sub-machine gun; Heavy machine gun; Bazooka; AT4
Status
  • Alive
  • Abundant
  • Domesticated
Appearance
Affiliation
  • none
Cat
  • 8
  • Gargoyle
First Appearance
Logo
  • Gargoyle_.png
Fire
  • 0
G
  • 0
Habitat
Game
  • Chrono Trigger
  • Risen 2
  • Dragon Quest IIII
  • Ōkamiden
Defence
  • 67
loc
  • Special Dungeons 5
Hair
  • Green
MAT
  • 18
Difficulty
  • 8
  • 52
Magic
  • 1
DR
  • 15
Actor
  • Mark Hamill
Name
  • Coins
  • Gargoyles
  • Gargoyle
  • Gargoyle
  • Gargoyles
  • 7200.0
  • Mithril bar
  • Rune full helm
  • Steel bar
  • Chaos rune
  • Clue scroll
  • Rune battleaxe
  • Rune platelegs
  • Spirit emerald
  • Spirit ruby
  • Spirit sapphire
  • Starved ancient effigy
  • Adamant bar
  • Death rune
  • Rune longsword
  • Runite ore
  • Uncut emerald
  • Uncut ruby
  • Fire rune
  • Gold ore
  • Adamant full helm
  • Congealed blood
  • Gold bar
  • Pure essence
  • Anagogic ort
  • Rune arrow
  • ガーゴイル
  • Ambrosia
  • Adamant platelegs
  • Mystic robe top
  • Rune med helm
  • Off-hand rune longsword
  • Adamant boots
  • Mort myre fungus
  • Brittle key
  • Dark mystic robe top
  • Ferocious ring
  • Gargoyle
  • Gargoyle
  • Gargoyle
  • Gargoyle
  • Gargoyle Emperor
  • Granite maul
  • Low Herblore Package
  • Mid Herblore Package
  • Noble Gargoyle
MP
  • 1
  • 40
  • 58
  • 60
  • -
skincolor
  • Grey
  • Black, grey, white
Text
  • "Altar of Mortis" Episode Guide
  • "Ghosts of Mortis" Episode Guide
  • "Overlords" Episode Guide
Genre
  • Techno
  • Hard Trance
  • Full On
Type
  • Humanoid
  • Character
  • Demon
  • Power
  • Stone
  • Bird
  • Mammal
  • Balanced
  • Monstrous humanoid
  • Messenger
occurrence
No
  • 36
Gallery
  • Infused with stolen life by the TimeSplitters evil aura, the Gargoyles will destroy anything foolish enough to stand in their path. They especially don't like pigeons.
Value
  • 5000
TP
  • 6
Align
  • -9
  • Ice
Frequency
  • Rare
Romaji
  • Gāgoiru
  • gāgoira
DOB
  • Classified
Caption
  • Gargoyle
  • A Gargoyle Emperor casting a Missile
  • A Gargoyle casting a Missile
  • A Noble Gargoyle casting a Missile
  • A gargoyle, from the 3.5 Monster Manual
  • Ambrosia touring some Gargoyle guard posts
  • The Gargoyle in Grand Theft Auto Online.
  • Gargoyles are ancient, powerful creatures tied to the Air Temple.
  • Generic class portrait of a Gargoyle from Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
First
  • Season 1
Weakness
Abilities
Region
Green
  • 5
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Morvran
  • Yes
Kuradal
  • Yes
Duradel
  • Yes
immune to stun
  • No
Slayxp
  • 105
  • 197.400000
immune to deflect
  • No
Att Type
  • Paralysis
immune to drain
  • No
challenge3e
  • 4
slayercat
  • Gargoyles
Sumona
  • Yes
number of skins
  • 4
polycount
  • 1599
3e type
type5e
4e type
  • Elemental humanoid
3e advancement
  • By character class
3e size
  • Medium
4e size
  • Medium
4e source
  • Monster Manual (4th edition), pg. 115
3e class
3e source
  • Monster Manual v. 3.5, pg. 113-114
Chaeldar
  • Yes
qck
  • 26
Crimson
  • 5
Vannaka
  • Yes
last apperance
Nothing
  • 72
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worth
  • 7970
exp
  • 1
  • 5
  • 32
  • 35
  • 150
  • 216
  • 420
  • 680
Designation
  • Sentient
Gauge
  • -
  • Null Damage Wall
con
  • 18
Civilization
  • Darkness
Language
Character Name
  • Gargoyle
Ability
  • Flight
  • Null Damage Wall
  • Powerful Water Blasts
Nature
  • Threatening
Members
  • Yes
  • No
  • Ja
  • Ja
  • The Son
Drop
  • Dark Mist
Made
  • 18
Typ
  • motocykl
Alternate
  • 161
  • 1298
  • 5692
  • 9105
  • 9997
  • 90211
History
  • Since Christmas update 2009 they do not drop ham or meat, so they are not a good source of food anymore. They still do, however, drop strawberries and potatoes.
fgcolor
  • white
meet
  • I am Gargoyle. You can count
  • on me to guard your castle.
Weight
  • 175
  • 1000
  • Medium
imagewidth
  • 136
  • 250
Appears In
  • EarthBound Beginnings
Speaker
  • an architect priest
Allies
at
  • 17
Wingspan
  • 11.0
See Also
Other Names
  • Stone Creature
tuning
spl
  • Bufu
cr
  • 3
Planet
  • Mortis
Quantity
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 8
  • 10
  • 11
  • 15
  • 20
  • 30
  • 35
  • 40
  • 150
  • 200
  • 400
  • 75150
Population
  • Unknown
body style
  • Rally-converted hillclimber
Ts
  • 22
  • 60
Price
  • 3000
  • 120000.0
Update
  • Slayer Skill
Environment
  • Any
Height
  • 5
  • 241
  • Tall
  • Varies
  • 4.79
Species
Rate of Fire
  • Fast
Title
  • Navigation
  • Gargoyle
  • GARGOYLE
Manufacturer
ATT
  • 15
  • 75
Media
  • Manga
mr
  • 0
HD
  • 4
DEF
  • 2
  • 5
  • 10
  • 11
  • 13
  • 88
  • 100
  • 107
  • 6610
  • 7271
Eyecolor
  • Red
Weapons
Capacity
  • 2
XP
  • 775
Icon
Lifespan
  • Immortal
  • Unknown
Skill
  • Speed Sap 3
  • Diarama Dia
  • Earth Shatter
  • Polar Venom Claw Ice Breath Silence Paralyze Polarburst
  • Bufu Poison Scratch Ice Breath Makafuji Paralyse Bufula
Enemies
  • Adam, R.L. Stine
Image size
  • 225
  • 250
  • 300
Armour
  • 1372
Class
  • Elementa
  • Demon
  • Normal
  • X
  • Elite
  • Vivolith
  • Class 6 Psychokinetic Animation Event
AC
  • -4
  • 16
  • 25
Mount
  • Self-powered flight
call
  • 12
Trait
  • Animal
Animation
  • yes
BGCOLOR
  • blue
Real Name
  • Yuri Topolov
Description
  • This guardian of ancient cities is made of stone so heavy that she cannot fly.
  • Gargoyle is a type of monster in ADOM. They are uncommon monsters which attack multiple times per turn, and have no special powers.
NA
  • 1200
counters
  • None
AKA
  • Statues
  • Flying Monkeys
  • Gargoyle
  • Gargs
  • Living Gargoyles
firstgame
  • Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness
Cost
  • 2
  • 66
  • 79
DF
  • 80
Distinctions
  • Have stone-like exterior, can paralyze victim
Symbol
  • I
nocat
  • yes
Musician
friendship
  • I can stay still for hours.
  • Yes, I'm standing guard.
JPName
  • ガーゴイル
Ratio
  • 0
  • 600
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Japanese
  • ガーゴイル
plural
  • gargoyles
Home
  • Peak, Area 4
Alt
  • Gargoyle
Image
  • As.png
  • KRWi-Gargoyle Human.png
Relations
Stats
  • Level: 1, DV: 15, PV: 6, Hits: 10, Attacks: 4, Speed: 100.
Others
  • Gargoyle Brother One; Gargoyle Brother One - Fear Itself The Fearless Vol 1 8.jpg
  • Gargoyle(Derwyddon's); Gargoyle .jpg
  • Gargoyle(Ugly Man); Gargoyle__.png
  • Georges Tarragh; Georges Tarragh 001.jpg
  • Gorgolla; Strange Tales Vol 1 74 001.jpg
  • Grey Gargoyle; Paul Duval 001.jpg
  • Alan Swan; Alan_Swan__from_Amazing_Adult_Fantasy_Vol_1_12_001.png
  • Gargouille; Lavinia LeBlanc from Quicksilver Vol 1 9.jpg
  • Yuri Topolov; Yuri Topolov from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
  • Gargoyle Brother Two; Gargoyle Brother Two - Fear Itself The Fearless Vol 1 8.jpg
Dark
  • 0
firstseen
Notes
  • Good training monster, but they heal very slowly. It's better to train with two if you can and switch targets when one has low health. Since Christmas update 2009 they do not drop ham or meat, so they are not a good source of food anymore. They still do, however, drop strawberries and potatoes.
  • Good training monster if you can lure two of them far enough from other monsters.
  • They can be used as a training monster, but they heal very slowly. It's better to train with two if you can and switch targets when one has low health.
Universe
  • Mythology
  • Cartoon Show
  • Smurfs' Village
Character
  • Gargoyle
  • Not applicable
Last Appearance
Owners
  • Hogwarts School
int
  • 6
  • 9
Imagen
  • 250
  • Gargoyle.jpg
JP
  • 1200
  • 1201
  • 1202
  • 2197
Homeworld
Timezone
  • 1895
Illustrator
  • Leslie Minnis
Attacks
  • 172800.0
existence
  • Real in-universe
Baby
  • 250
  • Tharp, a baby gargoyle
Accuracy
  • 15
Occupation
  • Servant
  • Flying Stone Pests
Episodes
Sounds
  • "Feel my claws, softskin!"; "There is a stone in your shoe"; "Stone sweet stone"; "Harrr harrr!".
  • "Feel my claws, softskin."; "There is a stone in your shoe!"; "Stone sweet stone."; "Harrrr harrrr!"; "Chhhhhrrrrk!".
ID
  • 339
  • 1610
Style
  • melee
Home Planet
  • Meridian
Family
HP
  • 1
  • 12
  • 38
  • 67
  • 72
  • 132
  • 171
  • 180
  • 250
  • 260
  • 420
  • 1050
  • 1450
  • 14673
  • 17901
  • 19433
  • 100.0
  • Tournament: 1
  • JAP 120
  • Quest: 4
Subtype
  • Earth
url
  • tv-shows/clone-wars/altar-of-mortis-episode-guide
  • tv-shows/clone-wars/ghosts-of-mortis-episode-guide
  • tv-shows/clone-wars/overlords-episode-guide
Climate
  • High elevations
Release
  • 2005-01-26
Books
  • I'm Telling! from Even More Tales to Give You Goosebumps
RES
  • 2
  • 10
Released
Capital
for
  • Gargoyle
  • x
  • other uses
Place
Damage
  • d4 / d4 / d6
Diet
  • Men's Spirit Energy
Image File
  • Image 1892.png
Gender
  • Female
  • Male
  • O
  • N/A
Growth
  • Normal
tile
  • Land
Health
  • 3
  • 30
  • Medium
  • High
  • Low
  • Medium-Low
Race
Experience
  • 17
  • 79
  • 569.700000
Art
RealName
  • Classified
Television
  • 12041
Stage
Vision
Source
Vehicle Type
  • Civilian motorcycle
Usage
  • directiing water, decoration, guarding entrances
Ranged
  • 1
Kana
  • ガーゴイラ
Quote
  • [H]is gargoyle never came home. You know, one of those little stone beasties. Every master architect has one, and very useful they are, but impish too. Look the other way and you'll either find them gone or sitting on your head. They also guard their master's crypt.
Rating
  • 5
  • 6
  • -
LP
  • 1050
  • 6700
race type
  • Reptilian
V
  • tak
Force
  • 300
pad
  • 1
Bild
  • 250
  • File:Tw2_journal_gargoyle.png
Creator
Location
Size
  • Normal
  • Medium
  • medium
Strategy
  • They are easier than a Cyclops, but rarely come without other creatures. They heal more when they are running, meaning they'll return for the fatal blow.
  • They are easier than a Cyclops, but rarely come without other creatures.
  • They are easier than a Cyclops, but rarely come without other creatures. Their healing is an asset to the player killing them as they heal very little but do so when fleeing, meaning they'll return for that fatal blow.
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Absorbs
  • None
transformedfrom
  • Zoo Mystery Baby
Charm
restype
  • winged
atk g
  • 10164
Move Type
  • Flight
cost g
  • 87
Vit
  • 8
Raritynotes
casts
Immune
  • None
techs
  • Chakram
  • Combo Attack / Sets HP to 1
  • Sobat
Luk
  • 5
  • 7
Macca
  • 50
  • 135
Video Games
ccounters
  • None
Jpwiki
  • 1952
def g
  • 10179
skill g lv
  • Deal 400% DMG to all enemies / 20% chance
  • Deal 500% DMG to all enemies / 25% chance
soldiers g
  • 9352
immunepoison
  • Not immune
genocidable
  • Yes
effectname
  • Guardian
Combat level
  • 111
resistances conveyed
  • None
immunevenom
  • Not immune
Anfälligkeit
Aggressiveness
  • No
nutr
  • 200
Examine text
  • Flies like a rock.
  • It's a Gargoyle
strbns
  • 0
Mage
  • 1
Slayer Level
  • 75
attbns
  • 0
rngbns
  • 0
Spawn Time
  • 30.0
challenge5e
  • 2
size5e
  • Medium
Beute
ih
  • all
Ammo Cost
  • 1
ammo held
  • 150
lock on
  • Yes
3e
  • 250
Immunität
Summoned by
3e modifiers
  • -4
  • +4 Strength, +4 Dexterity, +8 Constitution,
Monster HP
  • 105
m1 status
  • Boss
Slayer XP
  • 2660
Amount per Task
  • 90
Capkills
  • 314
Slayer monster?
  • Yes
Capsummon
  • 80
Caphunt
  • 80
upgrade price
  • Free
abstract
  • Gargoyle is a type of monster in ADOM. They are uncommon monsters which attack multiple times per turn, and have no special powers.
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  • The Western Motorcycle Company Gargoyle is a hillclimber motorcycle featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Cunning Stunts update.
  • In the original Dungeons & Dragons, gargoyles were a kind of construct. In Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and other later editions, they were treated as a kind of magical beast with the power to resemble or become stone.
  • Gargoyles are demonic creatures that are often mistaken for statues due to their ability to perch motionless. When an unsuspecting adventurer passes too close, they swarm and attack.
  • A winged creature of stone with sharp fangs, glowing blue eyes and ghastly-looking claws on its hands and feet.
  • Gargoyle is the name of several characters in superhero fiction.
  • Gargoyle 「ガーゴイル Gargoyle?」 es un manga seinen creado por Kondō Rururu y publicado por Shōnen Gahosha desde 2013, actualmente cuenta con 2 volúmenes.
  • De standbeelden aan de voorkant van de Slayer Tower zijn gargoyles, en als de deur opengaat, gaan hun vleugels ook open.
  • The most known gargoyle in the Stoneheart Trilogy is Spout, a cat gargoyle from St. Pancras Station.
  • The gargoyle, g, is a monster in NetHack. It can hit rather hard and may result in many deaths for adventurers who fail to take it seriously. It cannot grow up into a winged gargoyle, not even by magical means, despite the fact many eggs laid by winged gargoyles hatch as gargoyles.
  • A gargoyle was a decorative sculpture, often in the form of a real or mythological animal or monster, that adorned the roofs and uppermost levels of buildings. They formed part of the drainage system by directing rainwater away from the walls and main body of the building. (TOS comic: "The Fallen"; ST - New Worlds, New Civilizations short story: "A Dry Day on Ferenginar")
  • The Gargoyle is an enemy that can be found in the Trial of Darkness on the 1st, 2nd, and 6th floors.
  • The Gargoyle (ガーゴイル Gāgoiru) is an enemy-only Monster class that is first introduced in Fire Emblem Gaiden. Malignant fiends born of darkness, Gargoyles hunt with various types of weapons such as scythes, claws and Lances. Gargoyles are considered to be Flying Units, and are thus vulnerable to Bows and Wind Magic.
  • Hit Dice: 4d8+19 (37 hp) Initiative: +2 Speed: 40 ft. (8 squares), fly 60 ft. (average) Armor Class: 16 (+2 Dex, +4 natural), touch 12, flat-footed 14 Base Attack/Grapple: +4/+6 Attack: Claw +6 melee (1d4+2) Full Attack: 2 claws +6 melee (1d4+2) and bite +4 melee (1d6+1) and gore +4 melee (1d6+1) Space/Reach: 5 ft./5 ft. Special Attacks: - Special Qualities: Damage reduction 10/magic, darkvision 60 ft., freeze Saves: Fort +5, Ref +6, Will +4 Abilities: Str 15, Dex 14, Con 18, Int 6, Wis 11, Cha 7 Skills: Hide +7*, Listen +4, Spot +4 Feats: Multiattack, Toughness Environment: Any Organization: Solitary, pair, or wing (5-16) Challenge Rating: Treasure: Standard Alignment: Usually chaotic evil Advancement: 5-6 HD (Medium); 7-12 HD (Large) Level Adjustment:
  • Gargoyle may refer to: * Gargoyle (Breath of Fire) * Gargoyle (Breath of Fire II)
  • The Gargoyle is an enemy that appears in the Mountain of Woe in 12000 BC They can be charmed for a Heavy Hand, a weapon Robo can equip. Strangely, some Gargoyles yield nothing at all when charmed.
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  • A gargoyle was a Cardassian decorative object, carved in the shape of a Cardassian person and/or animal, often found on bedposts. In 2369, while visiting Deep Space 9, the Arbazan ambassador Taxco expressed her distaste at having to sleep another night on a Cardassian bed "with those gargoyles staring from the woodpoles." (DS9: "The Forsaken") Since "Gargoyle" is an Earth term, Taxco likely referred to the figures as gargoyles due to the resemblance they bore with the medieval figures.
  • Grotesque creatures made of stone. * They are found in the Fonritan ruins of Fo and Sor Source: Guide to Glorantha
  • Die Gargoyle sind mythische Wesen in der Silent Spire Zone. Die Existenz dieser Spezies ist fragbar.
  • Unlike most demonic monsters, Gargoyles were created to be guardians by ancient wizards. For thousands of years spell casters have been looking for ways to protect their magical items and lost knowledge from their enemies, and as such they needed to hide behind more powerful people and deadly traps to stay safe. When these methods failed however they needed a failsafe. After years of perfection, These ancient wizards crafted large effigies of stone and spell which could launch blasts of fire at enemies that attempted to break into their lair, crafting these beasts to appear as dragons and other various monsters to scare away foes. However eventually their creators left or passed away, leaving the guardians to stand resolute. Even after their master's death they continue to protect lost treasures. Over the years, some Gargoyles have gained their own consciousness and have set out to make a name for themselves. Type: Construct (Monster, Demon) Hit Die: d8 * Evilty* Stone Statue:Freeze (Ex) At 2nd level, A gargoyle can hold itself so still it appears to be a statue. A gargoyle that uses freeze can take 20 on its Stealth check to hide in plain sight as a stone statue. At 20th level the Gargoyle reaches it's peak of mental realization and becomes a stone encased master of dark energies and chaotic destruction. Once per day as a standard action, Your size increases by one category, your height doubles, and your weight increases by a factor of eight. Your features shift into those of a cold and alien being of hellish invincibility. You gain a +6 size bonus to Strength. The gargoyle's armor bonuses become Natural armor bonuses for the purpose of it's superior natural armor. The Gargoyle's Spell resistance is increased by an amount equal to it's strength modifier and it is under the effect of a spell turning spell of it's same level. The Gargoyle's damage reduction becomes overcome by nothing, and it gains immunity to electricity. Once per encounter, The gargoyle can cast an empowered meteor swarm spell.
  • Gargoyles are in essence stone statues, but they can come to life when intruders are near, at which time the hide changes from stone colour to a slightly darker shade. Even though they are still very heavy in active mode, they can fly extremely quickly across short distances. Gargoyles can attack very swiftly and agilely with their horns and claws, despite their heavy weight.
  • Gargoyle is in Stylized versions of the video game. For strategy on defeating him, go to Panic in Times Square Level (stylized version) and Central Park Cemetery Level (stylized version).
  • Living stone statues in which the soul of a demon dwells. There are various stories, and some say that wicked demons where once sealed within, or that demons maliciously sealed part of themselves within a statue and changed it into a monster, but most gargoyles and the souls within them have completely changed into the souls of succubi. Their evil purposes from when they were demons are no longer of concern to them, and their heads are full of the thoughts of sex with men. Most of them are sealed to a pedestal by a sacred chain, and they can’t move very much. However, if someone were to damage the chain or pedestal by mistake, the seal would be broken, and they would then be able to fly around freely with their huge wings. They’d probably end up looking around for a human man they could obtain spirit energy from. When they spot a human man they like, they try to assault and have sex with him. Gargoyles can only move at night, and when the sun comes up, they revert to being stone statues. For that reason, if they were joined with a male victim during sex, it is said that the man will also turn into stone together with them until night. They attack men from the air and often try to ravish them then and there in the cowgirl position straddling him. A man who changed into stone in that situation ends up looking just like their new pedestal. If one were to turn to stone while joined with them, communication is still possible even though they are unable to speak. Also, a man’s body is given pleasure even in the state of having turned to stone as long as he remains joined with them. Due to the pleasure of being continually joined and the constant infusion of their demonic energy, a man will eagerly anticipate the night when rougher sex and more pleasure can be obtained. Since the gargoyle badly wants to hurry up and shake her hips and ravish the man as well, as soon as night falls and the petrification is undone, they’ll start having wild sex as if a floodgate had broken. A man who becomes engrossed with a gargoyle eventually keeps having sex during the night, and when it becomes morning, he eagerly anticipates the extreme act he’ll be performing at night, and then when it becomes night again, they’ll keep having sex until the morning sun rises. In this way, men are mounted by gargoyles, and continue to be joined with them, genuinely becoming their pedestals.
  • Despite a dark reputation granted them due to their tendency to turn up in service to vampires and viadante, gargoyles are not malevolent creatures--just simple-minded ones. Elementals with ties both in the earth and air, gargoyles are born from stone which faces the sun. No one is entirely certain what prompts the transformation, only that any rock is fair game; gargoyles have sprung to life from small stones broken away from mountains as often as from cut and polished granite bricks seated atop ancient castles. Gargoyles come in all sizes. All are equipped with powerful forearms and massive claws and jaws that can cleave through solid rock, as well as a pair of great, ornately-decorated wings. They are made of stone, and yet--for reasons no researcher, magician or scientist has ever discovered-- are wholly capable of flight. Gargoyles love high perches and good company; the creatures are prone to congregating in flocks in the highest places they can reach. Their speech is the slow rumble of tumbling rocks, and no gargoyle has ever seen fit to learn to speak a different language, though they come to understand the prattling of excitable flesh-creatures just fine. Despite their physiology, gargoyles are immensely fond of meat, and will swiftly gobble down any corpse they find, bones and all. It is not known if such things are necessary for the creatures' survival, but it is unlikely as they never actively hunt. It is an easy feat to earn a gargoyle's favor; simply offer it food. It is said that an ancient Aeneski ritual could coax rock to transform into gargoyles, but the secrets of that magic are long-lost, if it ever existed.
  • Gargoyle in Xeen may refer to: * Gargoyle (Clouds), the monster fought in MM4, Clouds of Xeen * Gargoyle (Darkside), the monster fought in MM5, Darkside of Xeen
  • Gargoyles are stony creatures that can animate and tear intruders to shreds. Being creatures who live in darkness, however, they're easy to blind.
  • An evolved form called the Belphegor also exists.
  • Gargoyle is a rock monster that serves Phobos in the animated series.
  • Possibly a species of pygmy domesticated dragon, gargoyles actually cannot fly but are extremely agile and able to leap great distances, which may give them the illusion of flight. In fact, their movement is very similar to a monkey swinging through a jungle canopy. While not aquatic in makeup, they are efficient and excellent swimmers.
  • The dreaded gargoyles of Northrend are voracious flying creatures who revel in slaughter and mayhem. Brought from the frozen north by the armies of the Lich King, these strange, wiry flyers have rough, crystalline hides which protect them from all manner of attacks. In times of great peril, gargoyles can land and condense their hides into a stone-like surface. Though they are unable to attack in this state, they can take time to regenerate their wounds and replenish their energies. (W3Man 103) Gargoyles were brought to Lordaeron by Arthas for the siege of Silvermoon. Now, gargoyles live in the Eastern Plaguelands. Gargoyles are not particualarly intelligent and are not interested in strategies or tactics. These vicious creatures only enjoy chaos and slaughter and revel in sprays of blood and torn flesh. Gargoyles sleep in their Stoneform.
  • Gargoyle is Xander's Bakugan Trap.
  • Gargoyle is monster #72 from the Series 2 figures.
  • Gargoyles are followers of Zamorak.
  • Gargoyles are in Demon's Souls.
  • A gargoyle was a supernatural creature with a long wingspan, dark skin, and large fangs. On Mortis, the Force wielder known as the Son took on the form of a gargoyle that represented the embodiment of the dark side of the Force. When in his creature form, the Son was 4.79 meters tall and had a wingspan of over 11 meters. The Son's sister, the Daughter, was also capable of shapeshifting and transformed into a griffin, embodying the light side of the Force.
  • Gargoyles (Gargoyle saxi) are humanoid creatures that defy taxonomic classification. They stand up to 2.0 meters tall and weigh up to 150 kilograms. They have dull grey skin, with a rough texture similar to stone. Gargoyles are carnivorous, waiting in elevated areas and swooping down on prey below. There are marked differences between the European and American gargoyle, but they both remain a mystery to parazoologists. Gargoyles seem to have an allergy to iron and other ferrous metals. Their flesh calcifies on death, making them immobile stone-like corpses, and thus they are difficult to autopsy and study post-mortem. Gargoyles tend to live in mountains and caves (with occasional sightings in urban areas) in the Northern regions of North America.Related Species The European Gargoyle (Gargoyle saxi sexus (Europaeus)) superficially resembles its North American cousin, the common Gargoyle. It stands about 1.5 meters in height and weighs 160 kilograms. It has a short, squat grey body with six limbs (two wings, two arms, and two legs). European gargoyle also has asymmetric dermal ridges and plates throughout its body. Some have a long tail. The European Gargoyle is a nocturnal carnivore, swooping down from buildings like bird of prey. Some are rumored to hunt in packs. The genetics of the gargoyle are puzzling, as it seems that there are no females or young, and the genetic material of one gargoyle drastically differs from another. Some paranaturalists have begun calling the gargoyle's unique genetics "the chaos gene" due to this anomaly, based on the studies published by Dr. William Traupman of the Boortin Parabiological Institute in The Hague. European gargoyles are found in tall buildings throughout Europe, although it is rarely sighted outside of Tír na nÓg and urban Germany.
  • Yuri Topolov (Russian: Юрий Тополов) was a Soviet scientist and the first foe of the Hulk. Working with radiation at a Russian missile site had mutated him into a large-headed dwarf. Though his body was deformed, his mind was enhanced to a genius-level intellect. Under the auspices of the Kremlin, Topolov have sent a Soviet spy named Igor Drenkov to the United States to steal the secrets of the Gamma Bomb. Though Igor was captured, he managed to transmit a message to the Gargoyle, informing him that the American's experiments with gamma radiation created a monstrous being known as the Hulk. Topolov then became obsessed with the Hulk and decided that he must either kill him or bring him back to Russia as a symbol of his power. Boarding a rocket-firing submarine, the Gargoyle journeyed to the United States and sneaked into the American military base. Encountering the Hulk and Rick Jones, the Gargoyle incapacitated him with a gun designed to sap the will of an opponent. He brought the unconscious Hulk and Rick Jones back to Russia, but when they arrived, he discovered that the Hulk had reverted to his human form of Doctor Robert Bruce Banner. This revelation was devastating to the Gargoyle, who longed for nothing else than to look normal. Banner told him that he was familiar with cases like him, and that he could cure his deformity, though the treatment would also mean that the Gargoyle would lose his enhanced intellect. Banner began treating and Topolov and succeeded in curing him of his condition. Topolov was so grateful that he turned against the Soviets and managed to destroy several Soviet generals by detonating the military base where he worked, enabling him to "die like a man." However, he passed his deformity on to his son, Gremlin.
  • Gargoyle refers to a carved stone or statue with an ugly monstrous design. Since medieval times, gargoyle statues have been commonly seen in many structures and buildings, including the Hogwarts Castle.
  • The Gargoyle trap was a mechanical trap which guarded the Cavern of the Gargoyle in order to prevent Gar-Ghoul's Amulet from being recovered.
  • The Gargoyle is a monster found on Level 11 of the dungeon and deeper. It resembles a small, winged demon, made of stone with flaming eyes. It is strong and does more damage than other monsters of its level.
  • These are the first of many types of Gargoyles that inhabit the continent of Tyria. Being the first, they are rather weak and easy to kill. They will not attack unless they are attacked first.
  • Gargoyle's are more stronger, lethal versions of the standard zerg guardian. They are special species of Surtur Brood, and they was used in Brood War by UED to capture Terran Dominion Psi-emitters. They appear in Covert Operations
  • Normal Gargoyles at close range slash at the player with their claws and can dive at the player from range to quickly close the distance. They have 40 Hit points. Fire Gargoyles instead of both the above attacks, throw small fireballs at the player. Fire Gargoyles also have 80 Hit Points, the same as the regular Golem. Gargoyles appear on almost every level of Heretic. Description of Gargoyle from the manual: Half-demon and half-bat. these wicked red beasts are the Order's guard dogs of the sky. Description of Fire Gargoyle from the manual: As if flying demons wern't enough, Fire Gargoyles toss balls of fire down on their unsuspecting enemy.
  • Resembling stony statues of winged monsters gargoyles are air borne menaces in both civilised regions and remote wildernesses. They worship the demon lord Xoveron, whose titles include Lord of Gargoyles.
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  • Gargoyles, (Gargoyla in Mother), is an enemy that appears in EarthBound Beginnings. Gargoyles appear on Mt. Itoi. The Gargoyle has high Offense and Defense stats, wields multiple PSI attacks, and is found in groups of up to 3. It possess the dangerous Stone of Origin attack, which can turn a party member to stone. Image:Nogoodfly.pngThis article about a particular enemy is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Gargoyles are monstrous enemies in the Pac-Man series. They are large behemoths with bat-like wings.
  • If this enemy touches you, you are thrown in the dungeon.
  • They appear as large, muscular men, with dark brown skin, thick brow ridge, bald, black eyes, and a body covered in intricate designs that seem to be etched or carved into them. They serve as bosses in Widow's Moor and Ashencourte. What their roles are, beyond that, has yet to be seen.
  • A Silver Age villain. The Gargoyle was one of the villains that appeared in the late 1950's and pushed the supercrime problem to such proportions that UNTIL was created.
  • Gargoyles are found on an architectural structure, originally designed to serve as a spout to throw rainwater clear of a building. They later became strictly ornamental and assumed many forms. Today the legends surrounding the actual reasons behind the elaborate figures are just as varied as the individual creatures themselves. The word gargoyle itself comes from the Old French word Gargouille,meaning throat or gullet. This word is used to describe the sound that is produced when water passes through the throat and mixes with air and is also the origin of the word gargle. This word was originally used in reference to the drains atop medieval cathedrals which were later carved into the form of beasts or animals. Some say they were meant to ward off the devil, while others believe they were meant to remind parishioners of the perils of evil. Perhaps the most interesting story, however, involves a priest and a dragon: The priest Romanus struck a deal with the villagers of Rouen, promising to take care of the dragon called La Gargouille if they agreed to be baptized Boden Gargoyle Sentineland to build a church. The villagers agreed, and the priest headed to the River Seine, where he subdued the dragon in its cave and led it back to the town to be burned at the stake. The dragon’s head and neck, however, were well-tempered from his fire-breathing habits, and so would not burn. The remnants were instead mounted on the town wall.
  • File:Risen2 logo 104.png Nature: Climate: Game(s): Gargoyles are an "age-old race of sky people" and creatures "of ancient power", appearing as winged, flightless beasts in Risen 2: Dark Waters. They exhibit great physical prowess in combat, wielding large axes and sustaining large amounts of damage before falling. They breed by laying eggs, distributed at various locations away from humanoid settlements to ensure the eggs are undisturbed until they hatch.
  • The Gargoyle is a high level enemy in Patapon 3, and is first fought in the mission; "Wipe the Grin Off the Gargoyle♥". Whenever you encounter it, the Gargoyle will be holding a random chest. The chest it holds can be damaged by your units. If it receives too much damage, the chest will shatter and the Gargoyle will laugh at the player and flee. Gargoyle will also laugh at any Patapon or Uberhero when he has a status effect. To taunt you even more, he opens up the chest to let you see what's inside. He laughs, closes it, and curses you with a spell. Stab-based attacks, such as Spears and Halberds are often recommended as it does slightly less damage against the chests. Occasionally, the Gargoyle will put down the chest and flies up, making the chest a more of a target the damage. The chest cannot be collected until the Gargoyle is dead.
  • <default>Enemy name</default> Japanese name Alternate name(s) Elemental type Hit points Score Stage(s) Appearances Other Sprite Gargoyle is an enemy that appears in Bomberman Quest and Bomberman Tournament.
  • Gargoyles have drops which are often alched and drop blue charms frequently, ideal for summoners. The drop table includes a decent amount of equipment such as rune full helms, rune longswords, hard clue scrolls, adamant full helms as well as Slayer-specific drops such as adamant boots, granite mauls and dark mystic robe tops. In addition, they can drop gems and noted metal bars, which can make them profitable to kill. This monster does not have access to the rare drop table.
  • Gargoyles, like rockslugs, cannot be killed normally. In order to kill a gargoyle, a rock hammer (or a rock thrownhammer) must be used when they reach 9 or lower Hitpoints. This can be very click intensive and is not always preferred; fortunately, you can buy the "Gargoyle Smasher" perk from the Slayer store (requiring 120 Slayer points), which will automatically smash the gargoyle when it falls to 9 or lower Hitpoints (you still must have the rock hammer in your inventory for this to work). Because of the number of rune item drops, it is recommended to bring High Level Alchemy runes to reduce the frequency of banking and save inventory space. Gargoyles can be safespotted near the doorway in the south-west area at the top floor in Slayer Tower.
  • The Gargoyle is a monster unit that has appears in the series.
  • Gargoyles are stone demons that were placed at Baldr's temple Breidablik by Arkana and Zenobia Sadi Freile. They can only be brought to life with the formation of a nest, their source of magical power. Once the source of magic is destroyed, the gargoyles will return to their original stone state. In RO, Gargoyles are lesser demons with large, wide wings on their backs. Attacks travellers from the sky using a bow. They bear no resemblance to the gargoyles from the manhwa.
  • Gargoyles are huge, onyx-scaled winged monsters. They are dragon-like in stature and have three different varieties. They are the strongest foes encountered outside of boss chambers, so heroes should unload their strongest attacks and items to defeat it as quickly as possible. At range, Gargoyles will alternate between their two ranged attacks. They are close relatives to the Chimera . Gargoyle Attacks: * Claw: If the hero is within melee range, the Gargoyle may lash out with a claw. * Elemental Bolt: The Gargoyle launches a bolt of elemental energy, which inflicts knockback. * Elemental Breath: A burst of elemental power, akin to the Elemental Breath item, which blasts heroes backwards to a certain distance. The specific Gargoyle head determines which Golden Icon it drops upon being defeated. * The Serpent is acid-based, drops Golden Fangs. * The Eagle is lightning-based, drops Golden Feathers. * The Lion is fire-based, drops Golden Claws.
  • Gargoyles are fae creatures made of stone. At nighttime their stone bodies become motile and they protect the towns they live in. Before dawn, they perch on the tallest stone buildings, usually churches, and with daytime become rigid stone again, indistinguishable from statues except for their aura. Masons mimic their forms in the drainage carvings they make, though many helpful gargoyles do perch in practical positions to still aid people in their sleep. Gargoyles and their relatives can take many forms, being collectively called babewyn.
  • La Gargoyle es una motocicleta que aparece únicamente en el modo online de Grand Theft Auto V, como parte de la actualización Cunning Stunts. Es fabricada por Western Motorcycle Company.
  • Gargoyle (ガーゴイル Gāgoiru) is a Phantom born from within a unnamed worker (作業員 sagyōin) when he gave in to despair. His Gate target is Naoki Katayama, who is trying to find the truth behind his father's death. This particular Phantom has the ability of petrification, and this ability is not only useful for defensive purposes to withstand attacks, but can also be use to attack enemies with in the form of body slams. In his first encounter with Wizard, it was thanks to Gargoyle's petrification ability that all of Wizard attacks don't have any effect on him. Wizard then changes to Land Style and use brute strength instead of WizarSwordGun attacks to damage Gargoyle, who then escapes. Gargoyle then found Naoki at the place where his father died, but before he could attack, Kizaki saves Naoki and the two escape. However, Gargoyle stopped them, but Haruto arrives and changes to Flame Dragon. The Dragon Style easily overpowers Gargoyle, and Wizard uses an enlarged WizarSwordGun to successfully attack the Phantom. However, Gargoyle escapes as Wizard uses the Dragon Breath attack on the squad of Ghouls. Kizaki remembers of his promise and brought Naoki to a harbor, but Gargoyle send Ghouls in to intercept them. Kizaki then fights the Ghouls, but as a result he was mercilessly beaten. At the same time, Haruto battles Phoenix, who wants a rematch with the magician. Kizaki then meets Haruto after he is defeated by Phoenix. After learning the truth, the two rush to Naoki. However, before they arrive, Gargoyle said to Naoki that his father died because of him, sending Naoki into despair. Haruto changes into Wizard and fights Gargoyle, but because time was running out for Naoki, Wizard changes to Flame Dragon. He then easily overpowered the Phantom, and uses the Dragon Breath when Gargoyle could not escape, killing the Phantom. In the Hyper Battle DVD Showtime with the Dance Ring, Gargoyle reappears in the manager's Underworld interfering Haruto and Nito's after-performance but is later destroyed by Kamen Rider Wizard and Kamen Rider Beast.
  • You can push the gargoyles off the skyscrapers and they will shatter/fall to the ground.
  • A similar, spiritual form of them appears in the Sanctum of Destruction, called Feeble Gaunt. Ley can also summon a Gargoyle by the name of Garouille.
  • Gargoyles are creatures that are animated out of stone. With wings on their back, the Gargoyle is allowed to negate it's heavy weight and fly to where it desires. These monsters can be found at the top of Slayer Tower. Due to physical nature of the monster, this creature only attacks with melee, and would be weak to crush attacks and water-based spells.
  • The Gargoyle is an animal available on FarmVille. You can get the Gargoyle by clearing away Large Tomb in the Haunted Hallow.
  • Gargoyles are winged, humanoid creatures whose skin is as hard as stone. They come in many shapes and sizes as well as from different materials whether it's wood, metal or stone. They freeze during day but awaken and roam actively at night. Little is known about them and how intelligent they may be, but those who have encountered them have usually reported that they seem to act on instinct like predators. The Unseen, a specific type of gargoyle, are mannequin-like creatures made of stone, wood or metal. Unlike their brethren, they freeze whenever someone looks at them, but they can move if the person blinks or turns attention elsewhere. They're also not fond of fire and can be damaged by alchemic substances such as Godfire. Some speculate that the Unseen can see whereas others claim that they are blind and navigate with other senses in pitch black environments with little light source.
  • The Gargoyle is a weapon in Ratchet- Bounty Hunter. The Gargoyle is a rapid-fire electrical weapon that fires lethal bolts of lightning at foes. It increases its ammo by 50 every time it upgrades. At V3, it gets the Lock-On Mod for free. It finally upgrades into the Hellhound at V5.
  • Gargoyle sú nemŕtve lietajúce bytosti, ktoré slúžia ako vojaci kráľovi Lichov. Ich domovom je Northrend. Do Lordaeronu ich priviedol Arthas Menethil, ktorý už v tom čase pracoval pre Ner'Zhula. Odvtedy žijú v Eastern Plaguelands, ale aj v Ghostlands. Nie sú veľmi inteligentné a nemajú žiadnu taktiku boja. Spia vo svojich kamenných formách.
  • Gargoyles are dangerous monsters made out of stone, or in some cases grotesque decorations.
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  • From Harper's Magazine 1920 Gargoyle stole up the piazza steps. His arms were full of field flowers. He stood there staring over his burden. A hush fell upon tea- and card-tables. The younger women on the Strang veranda glanced at one another. The girl at the piano hesitated in her light stringing of musical sentences. John Strang rose. "Not now, Gargoyle, old man." Taking the flowers from the thin hands, he laid them on the rug at his wife's feet, then gently motioned the intruder away. Gargoyle flitted contentedly down the broad steps to the smooth drive, and was soon hidden by masses of rhododendron on the quadrangle. Only one guest raised questioning eyebrows as Strang resumed his seat. This girl glanced over his shoulder at the aimless child straying off into the trees. "I should think an uncanny little person like that would get on Mrs. Strang's nerves; he gives me the creeps!" "Yes? Mrs. Strang is hardly as sensitive as you might suppose. What do you say of a lady who enjoys putting the worms on her shrinking husband's hook? Not only that, but who banters the worms, telling them it's all for their own good?" The mistress of Heartholm, looking over at the two, shook a deprecating head. But Strang seemed to derive amusement from the guest's disapproval. Mockwood, where the Strangs lived, had its impressiveness partly accounted for by the practical American name of "residential park." This habitat, covering many thousands of acres, gave evidence of the usual compromise between fantastic wealth and over-reached restraint. Polished automobiles gliding noiselessly through massed purple and silver shrubberies, receded into bland glooms of well-thought-out boscage. The architecture, a judicious mixture of haughty roofs and opulent chimneys, preened itself behind exclusive screens of wall and vine, and the entire frontage of Mockwood presented a polished elegance which did not entirely conceal a silent plausibility of expense. At Heartholm, the Strangs' place, alone, had the purely conventional been smitten in its smooth face. The banker's country home was built on the lines of his own physical height and mental breadth. Strang had flung open his living-rooms to vistas of tree branches splashing against the morning blue. His back stairs were as aspiring as the Apostles' Creed, and his front stairs as soaring as the Canticle to the Sun. As he had laid out his seven-mile drive on a deer track leading to a forest spring, so had he spoken for his flowers the word, which, though it freed them from the prunes and prisms of a landscape gardener, held them, glorified vassals, to their original masters, sun and rain. Strang and his love for untrammeled nature were hard pills for Mockwooders to swallow. Here was a man who, while he kept one on the alert, was to be deplored; who homesteaded squirrels, gave rabbits their own licentious ways, was whimsically tolerant of lichens, mushrooms, and vagabond vines. This was also the man who, when his gardener's wife gave birth to a deaf and dumb baby, encouraged his own wife to make a pet of the unfortunate youngster, and when he could walk gave him his freedom of the Heartholm acres. It was this sort of thing, Mockwooders agreed, that "explained" the Strangs. It was the desultory gossip of fashionable breakfast tables how Evelyn Strang was frequently seen at the gardener's cottage, talking to the poor mother about her youngest. The gardener's wife had other children, all strong and hearty. These went to school, survived the rigors of "regents" examinations, and were beginning to talk of "accepting" positions. There would never be any position for little Gargoyle, as John Strang called him, to "accept." "Let the child run about," the village doctors had advised. "Let him run about in the sun and make himself useful." But people who "run about in the sun" are seldom inclined to make themselves useful, and no one could make Gargoyle so. It would have been as well to try to train woodbine to draw water or to educate cattails to write Greek. The little boy spent all of the day idling; it was a curious, Oriental sort of idling. Callers at Heartholm grew disapprovingly accustomed to the sight of the grotesque face and figure peering through the shrubberies; they shrugged their shoulders impatiently, coming upon the recumbent child dreamily gazing at his own reflection in the lily-pond, looking necromantically out from the molten purple of a wind-blown beech, or standing at gaze in a clump of iris. Strang with his amused laugh fended off all protest and neighborly advice. "That's Gargoyle's special variety of hashish. He lives in a flower-harem--in a five-year-old Solomon's Song. I've often seen the irises kowtowing to him, and his attitude toward them is distinctly personal and lover-like. If that little chap could only talk there would be some fun, but what Gargoyle thinks would hardly fit itself to words--besides, then"--Strang twinkled at the idea--"none of us would fancy having him around with those natural eyes--that undressed little mind." It was in good-humored explanations like this that the Strangs managed to conceal their real interest in Gargoyle. They did not remind people of their only child, the brave boy of seven, who died before they came to Mockwood. Under the common sense that set the two instantly to work building a new home, creating new associations, lay the everlasting pain of an old life, when, as parents of a son, they had seemed to tread springier soil, to breathe keener, more vital air. And, though the Strangs adhered patiently to the recognized technicalities of Mockwood existence, they never lost sight of a hope, of which, against the increasing evidence of worldly logic, their human hearts still made ceaseless frantic attestation. Very slowly, but very constructively, it had become a fierce though governed passion with both--to learn something of the spiritual life coursing back of the material universe. Equally slowly and inevitably had the two come to believe that the little changeling at the lodge held some wordless clue, some unconscious knowledge as to that outer sphere, that surrounding, peopled ether, in which, under their apparent rationality, the two had come to believe. Yet the banker and his wife stood to Mockwooders for no special cult or fad; it was only between themselves that their quest had become a slowly developing motive. "Gargoyle was under the rose-arbor this morning." It was according to custom that Evelyn Strang would relate the child's latest phase. "He sat there without stirring such a long time that I was fascinated. I noticed that he never picked a rose, never smelled one. The early sun fell slanting through their petals till they glowed like thin little wheels of fire. John dear, it was that scalloped fire which Gargoyle was staring at. The flowers seemed to lean toward him, vibrating color and perfumes too delicate for me to hear. _I_ only saw and smelled the flowers; Gargoyle looked as if he _felt_ them! Don't laugh; you know we look at flowers because when we were little, people always said, 'See the pretty flower, smell the pretty flower,' but no one said, 'Listen and see if you can hear the flower grow; be still and see if you can catch the flower speaking.'" Strang never did laugh, never brushed away these fantastic ideas. Settling back in his piazza chair, his big hands locked together, he would listen, amusing himself with his pet theory of Gargoyle's "undressed mind." "By the way," he said once, "that reminds me, have you ever seen our young Solomon of the flower-harem smile?" "Of course I haven't; neither have you." Young Mrs. Strang averred it confidently. "He never has smiled, poor baby, nor cried--his mother told me that long ago." The banker kept his eyes on the treetops; he had his finger-tips nicely balanced before he remarked, with seeming irrelevance: "You know that nest in the tree we call the Siegfried tree?" She nodded. "The other day a bird fell out of it, one of the young ones, pushed out by a housecleaning mother, I suppose. It killed the poor little feathered gawk. I saw Gargoyle run, quick as a flash, and pick it up. He pushed open the closing eyes, tried to place the bird on a hollyhock stalk, to spread its wings, in every way to give it motion. When, after each attempt, he saw it fall to the ground, he stood still, looking at it very hard. Suddenly, to my surprise, he seemed to understand something, to _comprehend_ it fully and delightedly. He laughed." Strang stopped, looking intently at his wife. "I can imagine that laugh," she mused. Strang shook his head. "I don't think you can. It--it wasn't pleasant. It was as uncanny as the rest of the little chap--a long, rattling, eerie sound, as if a tree should groan or a butterfly curse; but wait--there's more." In his earnestness Strang sat up, adding, "Then Gargoyle got up and stretched out his hands, not to the sky, but to the air all around him. It was as if--" Here Strang, the normal, healthy man of the world, hesitated; it was only the father of the little boy who had died who admitted in low tones: "You would have said--At least even _I_ could imagine that Gargoyle--well--that he _saw_ something like a released principle of life fly happily back to its main source--as if a little mote like a sunbeam should detach itself from a clod and, disembodied, dart back to its law of motion." For a long time they were silent, listening to the call of an oven-bird far back in the spring trees. At last Strang got up, filled his pipe, and puffed at it savagely before he said, "Of course the whole thing's damned nonsense." He repeated that a little brutally to his wife's silence before in softened voice he added, "Only, perhaps you're right, Evelyn; perhaps we, too, should be seeing that kind of thing, understanding what, God knows, we long to understand, if we had 'undressed minds,' if we hadn't from earliest infancy been smeared all over with the plaster-of-Paris of 'normal thinking.'" Time flew swiftly by. The years at Heartholm were tranquil and happy until Strang, taken by one of the swift maladies which often come to men of his type, was mortally stricken. His wife at first seemed to feel only the strange ecstasy that sometimes comes to those who have beheld death lay its hand on a beloved body. She went coldly, rigidly, through every detail of the final laying away of the man who had loved her to the utmost power of his man's heart. Friends waited helplessly, dreading the furious after-crash of this unnatural mental and bodily endurance. Doctor Milton, Strang's life-long friend, who had fought for the banker's life, watched her carefully, but there was no catalepsy, no tranced woman held in a vise of endurance. Nothing Evelyn Strang did was odd or unnatural, only she seemed, particularly before the burial, to be waiting intently for some revelation, toward which her desire burned consumingly, like a powerful flame. Just before the funeral Strang's sister came to Doctor Milton. "Evelyn!" in whispered response to his concerned look. "Oh, doctor, I cannot think that this calmness is _right_ for her----" The poor, red-eyed woman, fighting hard for her own composure, motioned to the room where, with the cool lattices drawn, and a wave of flowers breaking on his everlasting sleep, the master of Heartholm lay. "She has gone in there with that little deaf-and-dumb child. I saw her standing with him, staring all about her. Somehow it seemed to me that Gargoyle was smiling--that he _saw_ something----!" For long weeks Doctor Milton stayed on at Heartholm, caring for Mrs. Strang. From time to time the physician also studied and questioned Gargoyle. Questioned in verity, for the practiced hand could feel rigid muscles and undeveloped glands that answered more truthfully than words. Whatever conclusions arrived at, he divulged to no one but Mrs. Strang. What he had to say roused the desolate woman as nothing else could have done. To the rest of the world little or nothing was explained. But, after the consent of the mother at the gardener's cottage had been gained, Doctor Milton left Heartholm, taking Gargoyle with him. In the office of Dr. Pauli Mach, the professional tongue was freed. , with the half-quizzical earnestness habitual to him, told his story, which was followed by the exchange of much interesting data. The two fell back on the discussion of various schools where Gargoyle might be put under observation. At last, feeling in the gravely polite attention of the more eminent man a waning lack of interest, reluctantly concluded the interview. "I'll write to Mrs. Strang and tell her your conclusions; she won't accept them--her own husband humored her in the thing. What John Strang himself believed I never really knew, but I think he had wisdom in his generation." stood there, hesitating; he looked abstractedly at the apathetic little figure of Gargoyle sitting in the chair. "We talk of inherent human nature," said the doctor, slowly, "as if we had all knowledge concerning the _possibilities_ of that nature's best and worst. Yet I have sometimes wondered if what we call mentally askew people are not those that possess attributes which society is not wise enough to help them use wisely--mightn't such people be like fine-blooded animals who sniff land and water where no one else suspects any? Given a certain kink in a human brain, and there might result capacity we ought to consider, even if we can't, in our admittably systematized civilization, utilize it." The Swiss doctor nodded, magnetic eyes and mouth smiling. "Meanwhile"--in his slow, careful speech--"meanwhile we do what we can to preserve the type which from long experience we know _wears_ best." nodded. He moved to go, one hand on Gargoyle's unresponsive shoulder, when the office door swung open. "Now this is real trouble," laughed a woman's fresh, deep-chested voice. "Doctor Mach, it means using one of your tall measuring-glasses or permitting these lovely things to wilt; some one has inundated us with flowers. I've already filled one bath-tub; I've even used the buckets in the operating-room." The head nurse stood there, white-frocked, smiling, her stout arms full of rosy gladioli and the lavender and white of Japanese iris. The two doctors started to help her with the fragrant burden, but not before Gargoyle sprang out of his chair. With a start, as if shocked into galvanic motion, the boy sat upright. With a throttled cry he leaped at the surprised woman. He bore down upon her flowers as if they had been a life-preserver, snatching at them as if to prevent himself from being sucked under by some strange mental undertow. The softly-colored bloom might have had some vital magnetizing force for the child's blood, to which his whole feeble nature responded. Tearing the colored mass from the surprised nurse's arms, Gargoyle sank to the floor. He sat there caressing the flowers, smiling, making uncouth efforts to speak. The arms that raised him were gentle enough. They made no attempt to take from him his treasures. They sat him on the table, watching the little thin hands move ardently, yet with a curious deftness and delicacy, amid the sheaf of color. As the visionary eyes peered first into one golden-hearted lily, then into another, Milton felt stir, in spite of himself, Strang's old conviction of the "undressed mind." He said nothing, but stole a glance at the face of his superior. Doctor Mach was absorbed. He stood the boy on the table before him. The nurse stripped Gargoyle, then swiftly authoritative fingers traveled up and down the small, thin frame. * * * * * Life at Heartholm went on very much the same. The tender-hearted observer might have noted that the gardens held the same flowers year after year, all the perennials and hardy blooms John Strang had loved. No matter what had been his widow's courageous acceptance of modern stoicism, the prevailing idea that incurable grief is merely "morbid," yet, in their own apartments where their own love had been lived, was every mute image and eloquent trifle belonging to its broken arc. Here, with Strang's books on occult science, with other books of her own choosing, the wife lived secretly, unknown of any other human being, the long vigil of waiting for some sign or word from the spirit of one who by every token of religion and faith she could not believe dead--only to her wistful earthly gaze, hidden. She also hid in her heart one strangely persistent hope--namely, Gargoyle! Letters from Doctor Milton had been full of significance. The last letter triumphantly concluded: Your young John Strang Berber, alias Gargoyle, can talk now, with only one drawback: as yet he doesn't know any words! The rapidly aging mother at the gardener's cottage took worldly pride in what was happening to her youngest. "I allus knowed he was smart," the woman insisted. "My Johnny! To think of him speaking his mind out like any one else! I allus took his part--I could ha' told 'em he had his own notions!" There was no doubt as to Gargoyle's having the "notions." As the slow process of speech was taught and the miracle of fitting words to things was given unto John Berber, alias Gargoyle, it was hard for those watching over him to keep the riotous perceptions from retarding the growing mechanistics. Close-mouthed the boy was, and, they said, always would be; but watchful eyes and keen intuitions penetrated to the silent orgies going on within him. So plainly did the fever of his education begin to wear on his physical frame that wary Doctor Mach shook his head. "Here I find too many streams of thought coursing through one field," said the careful Swiss. "The field thus grows stony and bears nothing. Give this field only one stream that shall be nourishing." For other supernormal developments that "one stream" might have been music or sports. For Gargoyle it happened to be flowers. The botanist with whom he was sent afield not only knew his science, but guessed at more than his science. His were the beatitudes of the blue sky; water, rocks, and trees his only living testament. Under his tutelage, with the eyes of Doctor Mach ever on his growing body, and with his own special gifts of concentration and perception, at last came to Gargoyle the sudden whisper of academic sanction--namely, "genius." He himself seemed never to hear this whisper. What things--superimposed on the new teeming world of material actualities--he _did_ hear, he never told. Few could reach Berber; among fellow-students he was gay, amiable, up to a certain point even frivolous; then, as each companion in turn complained, a curtain seemed to drop, a colorless wrap of unintelligibility enveloped him like a chameleon's changing skin; the youth, as if he lived another life on another plane, walked apart. Doctor Milton, dropping into the smoking-room of a popular confrère, got a whiff of the prevailing gossip about his protégé. "I'll be hanged if I can associate psychics with a biceps like Berber's; somehow those things seem the special prerogative of anemic women in white cheese-cloth fooling with 'planchette' and 'currents.'" "You've got another guess," a growling neurologist volunteered. "Why shouldn't psychic freaks have biceps? We keep forgetting that we've dragged our fifty-year-old carcasses into an entirely new age--a wireless, horseless, man-flying, star-chasing age. Why, after shock upon shock of scientific discovery, shouldn't the human brain, like a sensitive plate, be thinned down to keener, more sensitive, perceptions?" Some one remarked that in the case of Berber, born of a simple country woman and her uneducated husband, this was impossible. Another man laughed. "Berber may be a Martian, or perhaps he was originally destined to be the first man on Jupiter. He took the wrong car and landed on this globe. Why not? How do we know what agency carries pollen of human life from planet to planet?" , smiling at it all, withdrew. He sat down and wrote a long-deferred letter to Mrs. Strang. I have asked John Berber if he would care to revisit his old home. It seemed never to have occurred to him that he _had_ a home! When I suggested the thing he followed it up eagerly, as he does every new idea, asking me many keen questions as to his relatives, who had paid for his education, etc. Of the actual facts of his cure he knows little except that there was special functioning out of gear, and that now the wheels have been greased. Doctor Mach is desperately proud of him, especially of the way in which he responds to _normal diversion-environments_ and _friendships_. You must instruct his mother very carefully as to references to his former condition. It is best that he should not dwell upon the former condition. Your young friend, Gargoyle, sees no more spooks. He is rapidly developing into a very remarkable and unconceited horticulturist! The first few days at Mockwood were spent at the little gardener's cottage, from which the other youngsters had flown. Berber, quietly moving about the tiny rooms, sitting buried in a scientific book or taking long trips afield, was the recipient of much maternal flattery. He accepted it all very gently; the young culturist had an air of quiet consideration for every one and absolutely no consciousness of himself. He presumed upon no special prerogatives, but set immediately to work to make himself useful. It was while he was weeding the box borders leading to the herb-gardens of Heartholm that Mrs. Strang first came upon him. Her eyes, suddenly confronted with his as he got to his feet, dropped almost guiltily, but when they sought his face a second time, Evelyn Strang experienced a disappointment that was half relief. The sunburnt youth, in khaki trousers and brown-flannel shirt, who knelt by the border before her was John Strang Berber, Doctor Mach's human masterpiece; this was not "Gargoyle." "That is hardly suitable work for a distinguished horticulturist," the mistress of Heartholm smiled at the wilting piles of pusley and sorrel. White teeth flashed, deep eyes kindled. Berber rose and, going to a garden seat, took up some bits of glass and a folded paper. He showed her fragments of weed pressed upon glass plates, envelopes of seeds preserved for special analyzation. "There's still a great undiscovered country in weed chemistry," he eagerly explained, "perhaps an anodyne for every pain and disease." "Yes, and deadly poisons, too, for every failure and grief." The mistress of Heartholm said it lightly as she took the garden seat, thinking how pleasant it was to watch the resolute movements and splendid physical development of the once weazened Gargoyle. She began sorting out her embroidery silks as Berber, the bits of glass still in his hand, stood before her. He was smiling. "Yes, deadly poisons, too," agreeing with a sort of exultation, so blithely, indeed, that the calmly moving fingers of the mistress of Heartholm were suddenly arrested. A feeling as powerful and associative as the scent of a strong perfume stole over Evelyn Strang. Before she could speak Berber had resumed his weeding. "It's good to get dictatorship over all this fight of growing," looking up for her sympathy with hesitance, which, seen in the light of his acknowledged genius, was the more significant. "You don't mind my taking Michael's place? He was very busy this morning. I have no credentials, but my mother seems to think I am a born gardener." This lack of conceit, this unassuming practicality, the sort of thing with which Gargoyle's mind had been carefully inoculated for a long time, baffled, while it reassured Mrs. Strang. Also the sense of sacred trust placed in her hands made her refrain from any psychic probing. For a long while she found it easy to exert this self-control. The lonely woman, impressed by the marvelous "cure" of John Berber, magnetized by his youth and sunny enthusiasms back to the old dreaming pleasure in the Heartholm gardens, might in the absorbed days to come have forgotten--only there was a man's photograph in her bedroom, placed where her eyes always rested on it, her hand could bring it to her lips; the face looking out at her seemed to say but one thing: "_You knew me--I knew you. What we knew and were to each other had not only to do with our bodies. Men call me 'dead' but you know that I am not. Why do you not study and work and pray to learn what I am become, that you may turn to me, that I may reach to you?_" Mockwooders, dropping in at Heartholm for afternoon tea, began to accustom themselves to finding Mrs. Strang sitting near some flower-bed where John Berber worked, or going with him over his great books of specimens. The smirk the fashionable world reserves for anything not usual in its experience was less marked in this case than it might have been in others. Even those who live in "residential parks" are sometimes forced (albeit with a curious sense of personal injury) to accept the idea that they who have greatly suffered find relief in "queer" ways. Mockwooders, assisting at the Heartholm tea-hour, and noting Berber among other casual guests, merely felt aggrieved and connoted "queerness." For almost a year, with the talking over of plans for John Strang's long-cherished idea of a forest garden at Heartholm, there had been no allusion between mistress and gardener to that far-off fantasy, the life of little Gargoyle. During the autumn the two drew plans together for those spots which next spring were to blossom in the beech glade. They sent to far-off countries for bulbs, experimented in the Heartholm greenhouses with special soils and fertilizers, and differences of heat and light; they transplanted, grafted, and redeveloped this and that woodland native. Unconsciously all formal strangeness wore away, unconsciously the old bond between Gargoyle and his mistress was renewed. Thus it was, without the slightest realization as to what it might lead, that Evelyn Strang one afternoon made some trifling allusion to Berber's association with the famous Doctor Mach. As soon as she had done so, fearing from habit for some possible disastrous result, she tried immediately to draw away from the subject. But the forbidden spring had been touched--a door that had long been closed between them swung open. Young Berber, sorting dahlia bulbs into numbered boxes, looked up; he met her eyes unsuspiciously. "I suppose," thoughtfully, "that that is the man to whom I should feel more grateful than to any other human being." The mistress of Heartholm did not reply. In spite of her tranquil air, Evelyn Strang was gripped with a sudden apprehension. How much, how little, did Berber know? She glanced swiftly at him, then bent her head over her embroidery. The colored stream of Indian summer flowed around them. A late bird poured out his little cup of song. "My mother will not answer my questions." Young Berber, examining two curiously formed bulbs, shook the earth from them; he stuffed them into his trousers pocket. "But Michael got talking yesterday and told me--Did you know, Mrs. Strang? I was thought to be an idiot until I was twelve years old--born deaf and dumb?" It was asked so naturally, with a scientific interest as impersonal as if he were speaking of one of the malformed bulbs in his pocket, that at first his mistress felt no confusion. Her eyes and hands busying themselves with the vivid silks, she answered. "I remember you as a little pale boy who loved flowers and did such odd, interesting things with them. Mr. Strang and I were attracted to your mysterious plays.... No, you never spoke, but we were not sure you could not hear--and"--drawing a swift little breath--"we were always interested in what--in what--you seemed--to _see_!" There was a pause. He knelt there, busily sorting the bulbs. Suddenly to the woman sitting on the garden bench the sun-bathed October gardens seemed alive with the myriad questioning faces of the fall flowers; wheels and disks like aureoled heads leaned toward her, mystical fire in their eyes, the colored flames of their being blown by passionate desire of revelation. "This is your moment," the flowers seemed to say to her. "Ask him _now_." But that she might not yet speak out her heart to John Berber his mistress was sure. She was reminded of what Strang had so often said, referring to their lonely quest--that actual existence was like a forlorn shipwreck of some other life, a mere raft upon which, like grave buffoons, the ragged survivors went on handing one another watersoaked bread of faith, glassless binoculars of belief, oblivious of what radiant coasts or awful headlands might lie beyond the enveloping mists. Soon, the wistful woman knew, she would be making some casual observations about the garden, the condition of the soil. Yet, if ever the moment had come to question him who had once been "Gargoyle," that moment was come now! Berber lifted on high a mass of thickly welded bulbs clinging to a single dahlia stalk. He met her gaze triumphantly. "Michael says he planted only a few of this variety, the soft, gold-hearted lavender. See what increase." The youth plunged supple fingers into the balmy-scented loam, among the swelling tuber forms. "A beautiful kind of ugliness," he mused. "I remember I used to think----" The young gardener, as if he felt that the eyes fixed upon him were grown suddenly too eager, broke abruptly off. "Go on, John Berber. What you have to say is always interesting." It was said calmly, with almost maternal encouragement, but the fingers absorbed in the bright silks fumbled and erred. "Used to think"--words such as these filtered like sunlight to the hope lying deep in Evelyn Strang's heart. But young Berber leaned upon his garden fork, looking past her. Over the youth's face crept a curious expression of wrapt contemplation, of super-occupation, whether induced by her words or not she could not tell. Furtively Mrs. Strang studied him.... How soon would he drop that mystical look and turn to her with the casual "educated" expression she had come to know so well? Suddenly, nervousness impelling her, she broke in upon his revery: "How wonderful, with such dreams as you must have had, to be educated! How very grateful you must be to Doctor Mach." She heard her own words helplessly, as if in a dream, and, if the unwisdom of this kind of conversation had impressed the mistress of Heartholm before, now she could have bitten off her tongue with that needless speech on it. Young Berber, however, seemed hardly to have heard her; he stood there, the "Gargoyle" look still in his eyes, gazing past his mistress into some surrounding mystery of air element. It was to her, watching him, as if those brooding, dilated pupils might behold, besides infinitesimal mystery of chemical atoms, other mysteries--colorless pools of air where swam, like sea anemones, radiant forms of released spirit; invisible life-trees trembling with luminous fruit of occult being! When Berber turned this look, naked as a sword, back to Evelyn Strang, she involuntarily shivered. But the boy's face was unconscious. His expression changed only to the old casual regard as he said, very simply: "You see, I wish they had not educated me!" The confession came with inevitable shock. If she received it with apparent lightness, it was that she might, with all the powers a woman understands, rise to meet what she felt was coming. The barrier down, it was comparatively easy to stand in the breach, making her soft note of deprecation, acknowledging playfully that the stress of so-called "normal" life must indeed seem a burden to one who had hitherto talked with flowers, played with shadows. Berber, however, seemed hardly to hear her; there was no tenseness in the youth's bearing; he merely gazed thoughtfully past her efforts, repeating: "No--I wish they had not taught me. I have not really gained _knowledge_ by being taught." Mrs. Strang was genuinely puzzled. Yet she understood; it was merely _theories about life_ that he had gained. Again she called to mind a sentence in Doctor Milton's letter: "I know that you have followed the case in such a way as to understand what would be your responsibility toward this _newly made_ human soul." Was it right to question Berber? Could it be actually harmful to him to go on? And yet was it not her only chance, after years of faithful waiting? Trying to keep her voice steady, she reproached him: "No? With all that being educated means, all the gift for humanity?" The young fellow seemed not to get her meaning. He picked up the garden fork. Thoughtfully scraping the damp earth from its prongs, he repeated, "All that it means for humanity?" "Why not"--urging the thing a little glibly--"why not? You can do your part now; you will help toward the solving of age-long mysteries. You must be steward of--of"--Mrs. Strang hesitated, then continued, lamely--"of your special insight. Why--already you have begun--Think of the weed chemistry." Had he noticed it? There was in her voice a curious note, almost of pleading, though she tried to speak with authority. John Berber, once called "Gargoyle," listened. The youth stood there, his foot resting upon the fork but not driving it into the ground. He caught her note of anxiety, laughing in light, spontaneous reassurance, taking her point with ease. "Oh--I know," shrugging his shoulders in true collegian's style. "I understand my lesson." Berber met her look. "I had the gift of mental _unrestraint_, if you choose to call it that," he summed up, "and was of no use in the world. Now I have the curse of _mental restraint_ and can participate with others in their curse." Suddenly aware of her helpless dismay and pain, the boy laughed again, but this time with a slight nervousness she had never before seen in him. "Why, we are not in earnest, dear Mrs. Strang." It was with coaxing, manly respect that he reminded her of that. "We are only joking, playing with an idea.... I think you can trust me," added John Berber, quietly. The surprised woman felt that she could indeed "trust" him; that Berber was absolutely captain of the self which education had given him; but that from time to time he had been conscious of another self he had been unwise enough to let her see. She silently struggled with her own nature, knowing that were she judicious she would take that moment to rise and leave him. Such action, however, seemed impossible now. Here was, perhaps, revelation, discovery! All the convictions of her lonely, brooding life were on her. Temptation again seized her. With her longing to have some clue to that spirit world she and her husband had believed in, it seemed forewritten, imperative, inevitable, that she remain. Trying to control herself, she fumbled desperately on: "When you were little, Mr. Strang and I used to notice--we grew to think--that because you had been shut away from contact with other minds, because you had never been told _what_ to see, as children are told, 'Look at the fire,' 'See the water,' and so forever regard those things in just that way, not seeing--other things--Oh, we thought that perhaps--perhaps----" It was futile, incoherent; her tongue seemed to dry in her mouth. Besides, the abashed woman needs must pause before a silence that to her strained sense seemed rebuking. She glanced furtively up at the youth standing there. It troubled the mistress of Heartholm to realize that her protégé was staring gravely at her, as if she had proposed some guilty and shameful thing. At last Berber, with a boyish sigh, seemed to shake the whole matter off. He turned to his bulbs; half at random he caught up a pruning-knife, cutting vindictively into one of them. For the moment there was silence, then the young gardener called his mistress's attention to the severed root in his hand. "A winy-looking thing, isn't it? See those red fibers? Why shouldn't such roots, and nuts like those great, burnished horse-chestnuts there--yes, and cattails, and poke-berries, and skunk cabbages, give forth an entirely new outfit of fruits and vegetables?" Berber smiled his young ruminating smile; then, with inevitable courtesy, he seemed to remember that he had not answered her question. "I am not surprised that you and Mr. Strang thought such things about me. I wonder that you have not questioned me before--only you see _now_--I can't answer!" The boy gave her his slow, serious smile, reminding her. "You must remember that I am like a foreigner--only worse off, for foreigners pick up a few words for their most vital needs, and I have no words at all--for what--for what vital things I used to know--so that perhaps in time I shall come to forget that I ever knew anything different from--other persons' knowledge." Berber paused, regarding his mistress intently, as if wistfully trying to see what she made of all this. Then he continued: "One of our professors at college died, and the men of his class were gloomy; some even cried, others could not trust themselves to speak of him.... I noticed that they all called him 'poor' Landworth.... I could see that they felt something the way I do when I miss out on a chemical experiment, or spoil a valuable specimen--only more so--a great deal more." The boy knit his brows, puzzling it all out. "Well, it's queer. I liked that professor, too; he was very kind to me--but when I saw him dead I felt glad--glad! Why"--Berber looked at her searchingly--"I grew to be afraid some one would find out _how_ glad!" The young fellow, still anxiously searching her face, dropped his voice. "You are the only person I dare tell this to--for I understand the world--" She noted that he spoke as if "the world" were a kind of plant whose needs he had fathomed. "But after that," concluded Berber, speaking as if quite to himself--"after that I somehow came to see that I had been--well, educated _backward_." She moved impatiently; the youth, seeing the question in her face, answered the demand of its trembling eagerness, explaining: "Do you not see--I have--sometimes _known_, not 'guessed' nor 'believed,' but _known_ that death was a wonderful, happy thing--a fulfilment, a satisfaction to him who dies--but I have been educated backward into a life where people cannot seem to help regarding it as a sad thing. And----" "Yes?--Yes?" breathed the eager woman. "Tell me--tell me----" But he had come suddenly to a full stop. As if appalled to find only empty words, or no words at all, for some astounding knowledge he would communicate to her, he stammered painfully; then, as if he saw himself caught in guilt, colored furiously. Evelyn Strang could see the inevitable limitations of his world training creep slowly over him like cement hardening around the searching roots of his mind. She marveled. She remembered Strang's pet phrase, "the plaster of Paris of so-called 'normal thinking.'" Then the youth's helpless appeal came to her: "Do you not think that I am doing wrong to speak of these things?" Berber asked, with dignity. The mistress of Heartholm was silent. Recklessly she put by all Doctor Mach's prophecies. She could not stop here; her whole soul demanded that she go further. There were old intuitions--the belief that she and Strang had shared together, that, under rationalized schemes of thought, knowledge of inestimable hope was being hidden from the world. Here was this boy of the infinite vision, of the "_backward educated_" mind, ready to tell miraculous things of a hidden universe. Could she strike him dumb? It would be as if Lazarus had come forth from the open grave and men were to bandage again his ecstatic lips! Suddenly, as if in answer to her struggle, Berber spoke. She was aware that he looked at her curiously with a sort of patient disdain. "The world is so sure, so contented, isn't it?" the youth demanded of her, whether in innocence or irony she could not tell. "People are trained, or they train themselves, by the millions, to think of things in exactly one way." He who had once been "Gargoyle" looked piercingly into the eyes of this one being to whom at least he was not afraid to speak. "Anything you or I might guess outside of what other people might accept," the boy reminded her, austerely, "could be called by just one unpleasant name." He regarded the face turned to his, recognizing the hunger in it, with a mature and pitying candor, concluding: "After to-day we must never speak of these things. I shall never dare, you must never dare--and so--" He who had once been "Gargoyle" suddenly dropped his head forward on his breast, muttering--"and so, that is all." Evelyn Strang rose. She stood tall and imperious in the waning afternoon light. She was bereaved mother, anguished wife; she was a dreamer driven out of the temple of the dream, and what she had to do was desperate. Her voice came hard and resolute. "It is _not_ all," the woman doggedly insisted. The voiceless woe of one who had lost a comrade by death was on her. In her eyes was fever let loose, a sob, like one of a flock of imprisoned wild birds fluttered out from the cage of years. "Oh no--no!" the woman pleaded, more as if to some hidden power of negation than to the boy before her--"Oh no--no, this _cannot_ be all, not for me! The world must never be told--it could not understand; but _I_ must know, I _must_ know." She took desperate steps back and forth. "John Berber, if there is anything in your memory, your knowledge; even if it is only that you have _imagined_ things--if they are so beautiful or so terrible that you can never speak of them--for fear--for fear no one would understand, you might, you might, even then, tell me--Do you not hear? You might tell _me_. I authorize it, I command it." The woman standing in the autumn gardens clenched her hands. She looked round her into the clear air at the dense green and gold sunshine filtering through the colored trees, the softly spread patens of the cosmos, the vivid oriflammes of the chrysanthemums. Her voice was anguished, as if they two stood at a secret door of which Berber alone had the key, which for some reason he refused to use. "I--of all the world," her whisper insisted. "If you might never speak again--I should understand." Berber, his face grown now quite ashen, looked at her. Something in her expression seemed to transfix and bind him. Suddenly shutting his teeth together, he stood up, his arms folded on his broad chest. The afternoon shadows spread pools of darkness around their feet, the flowers seemed frozen in shapes of colored ice, as his dark, controlled eyes fixed hers. "You--you dare?" the youth breathed, thickly. She faced him in her silent daring. Then it seemed to her as if the sky must roll up like a scroll and the earth collapse into a handful of dust falling through space, for she knew that little Gargoyle of the "undressed mind"--little Gargoyle, looking out of John Berber's trained eyes as out of windows of ground glass, was flitting like a shadow across her own intelligence, trying to tell her what things he had always known about life and death, and the myriads of worlds spinning back in their great circles to the Power which had set them spinning. Not until after the first halting, insufficient words, in which the boy sought to give his secret to the woman standing there, did she comprehend anything of the struggle that went on within him. But when suddenly Berber's arms dropped to his sides and she saw how he shivered, as if at some unearthly touch on his temples, she was alert. Color was surging into his face; his features, large, irregular, took on for the instant a look of speechless, almost demoniac power; he seemed to be swimming some mental tide before his foot touched the sands of language and he could helplessly stammer: "I cannot--It--it will not come--It is as I told you--I have been taught no _words_--I _cannot_ say _what I know_." His powerful frame stood placed among the garden surroundings like that of a breathing statue, and his amazed companion witnessed this miracle of physical being chained by the limitations of one environment, while the soul of that being, clairaudient, clairvoyant, held correspondence with another environment. She saw Berber smile as if with some exquisite sense of beauty and rapture that he understood, but could not communicate, then helplessly motion with his hands. But even while she held her breath, gazing at him, a change came over the radiant features. He looked at her again, his face worked; at last John Berber with a muffled groan burst into terrible human tears. She stood there helpless, dumfounded at his agony. "You--you cannot speak?" she faltered. For answer he dropped his face into his strong hands. He stood there, his tall body quivering. And she knew that her dream was over. She was forced to understand. John Berber's long and perfect world training held him in a vise. His lips were closed upon his secret, and she knew that they would be closed for evermore. They remained, silently questioning each other, reading at last in each other's speechlessness some comfort in this strange common knowledge, for which, indeed, there were no human words, which must be forever borne dumbly between them. Then slowly, with solemn tenderness, the obligation of that unspoken knowledge came into Evelyn Strang's face. She saw the youth standing there with grief older than the grief of the world stabbing his heart, drowning his eyes. She laid a quiet hand on his shoulder. "I understand." With all the mother, all the woman in her, she tried to say it clearly and calmly. "I understand; you need never fear me--and we have the whole world of flowers to speak for us." She gazed pitifully into the dark, storming eyes where for that one fleeting instant the old look of "Gargoyle" had risen, regarding her, until forced back by the trained intelligence Of "John Berber," which had always dominated, and at last, she knew, had killed it. "We will make the flowers speak--for us." Again she tried to speak lightly, comfortingly, but something within the woman snapped shut like a door. Slowly she returned to the garden seat. For a moment she faltered, holding convulsively to it, then her eyes, blinded from within, closed. Yet, later, when the mistress of Heartholm went back through the autumnal garden to the room where were the books and treasures of John Strang, she carried something in her hand. It was a lily bulb from which she and Berber hoped to bring into being a new and lovely flower. She took it into that room where for so many years the pictured eyes of her husband had met hers in mute questioning, and stood there for a moment, looking wistfully about her. Outside a light breeze sprang up, a single dried leaf rustled against the window-pane. Smiling wistfully upon the little flower-pot, Mrs. Strang set it carefully away in the dark.
  • Gargoyles were a species of demon resembling giantic, winged humanoids with rock-like hides similar to that of The Beast. The Warlock Roden, a servant of Twilight, was in turn served by a pair of gargoyles before Faith Lehane killed both of them. Gargoyles were also among the armies of demons that invade Earth from other dimensions.
  • Gargoyle may refer to: * An Enemy from Grandia * An Enemy from Grandia II
  • The Gargoyle makes its sole appearance in TimeSplitters 2 with no role aside from a solitary appearance in the Arcade League, as well as a bot set.
  • Gargoyles are creatures made of living stone. These creatures sit atop spires, completely frozen and appearing like stone until the time to strike. They are capable of flying at great speeds, and most gargoyles serve as the aerial protectors of the monstrous nation of Droaam.
  • thumb|leftGargoylet ovat lentäviä lahtaushirviöitä. Ne ovat ainoita monsterieta, jotka pudottavat graniittimoukarin. Lahtaustaidon täytyy olla 75, jotta pelaaja voi vahingoittaa Gargoylea. Kaksi Gargoyle patsasta sijaitsee Lahtaustornin edessä. Gargoylet löytyvät Lahtaustornin kolmannesta kerroksesta. Gargoyleä ei voi tappaa pelkällä taistelulla, vaan sitä on lyötävä kivivasaralla, kun sen elämäpisteet ovat matalalla. Gargoylet ovat heikkoja vesiloitsuille. Ne eivät ole agressiivisia. Yhdestä hirviöstä saa 197.4 lahtauskokemusta ja 569.7 taistelukokemusta. 1. * OHJAUS
  • Gargoyles are bipedal gargates, and are generally more physically powerful than humans. And though greatly varying in physical prowess, even gargoyles with frail or lanky build as Brooklyn, or as diminutive as Lexington, have both shown being able to lift full-grown humans over their heads with ease, and are also very agile, since gargoyles as large physically imposing as Goliath and Broadway or as elderly as Hudson were seen capable of side-stepping, with surprising agility, away from strikes that are too fast for the human eye to follow. They are related to gargoyle beasts, much as humans are related to apes. Being nocturnal, gargoyles are very adept at concealing themselves within shadows, perfectly camouflaging themselves in the dark for ambushes, or simply to get around stealthily. In fact, apart from their inherent strength and beastly features, the cover of the night is generally a gargoyle's strongest weapon against their adversaries. Gargoyles exhibit tremendous visual variety, which presumably helps in them identifying each other since they, particularly in days of yore, generally do not take names for that. For example, some have hair and some don't. Most gargoyles have crests on their foreheads in addition to horns, but some gargoyles lack one, the other, or sometimes even both. Some have relatively round, humanoid faces; some have more animalistic snouts, whilst there are those bearing features that are near-human. Most have prehensile tails possibly to provide aerodynamic balance as they glide airborne, many have six limbs (not including their tail) with four digits per limb: usually two arms (each with three fingers and an opposeable thumb), two legs (each with three forward toes and a back claw) that have curving spurs extending from where the knees and elbows are. Their lower body portions are usually analogous between human and quadrupedal lower limbs and corresponding appendages (allowing a gargoyle to drop down on all fours and run quicker that way) in that they stand on their toes, making a Gargoyle appear taller that he or she actually is, and two wings (where the four digits are often divided between ribbing for the wings and/or finger-like grasping claws at the wings apex), though among Mayan gargoyles it is not uncommon to have a snake tail instead of legs, and the Loch Ness gargoyles presumably have dolphin-like tails instead of legs.
  • Gargoyles are probably the most notorious breed of Winged Demons. They can usually be found on the lower levels of the catacombs, as well as the first level of the caves. These vile creatures have many magical immunities, making them tough opponents for magic wielding adventurers.
  • Gargoyle has the left side of his face burned from not ejecting in time under a previous pilot.
  • The dreaded Gargoyle is half-reptile half-infernal and is an almost extinct species, with but a few remaining in unspecified locations. Gargoyles are supposedly much like Hell Lords in appearance (Demons in our database), but can fly and are much tougher. Grown Gargoyles reach gargantuan proportions, akin to those of a Dragon. Incidentally, only a Dragon is naturally occuring beast that can win in a match between the two. Compared to a Dragon, Gargoyle is swifter, more manoeuverable but has somewhat weaker defences. Two major types of attack include a strong nose-dive hit from above, or smashing their horned skull into the foe in CQC. Gargoyles move both in the air or on the ground, and can cover ground very fast due to their wings support. Possible weaknesses might include some of the slashing attacks and magics. Due to combination of leathery hide and scales bludgeoning and piercing combat might be ineffective.
  • Gargoyles sind leicht besiegbare Monster, welche einem nichtallzuviel Schaden anrichten. Es wird ein Stein-Hammer benötigt, um sie zu töten, ansonsten sind sie unsterblich.
  • This ruler of the air is also a break from traditional fighting, and the best robot in the game. Just like usual, most of Gargoyle's normal moves are useless (with the exceptions of his fierces and jab), making you rely on the overpowered triangle jump: Rising Talon into Wing Charge into Diving Claw.Rising Talon is the game's best anti-air move, with priority over every other air attack (it goes right through an air Rising Blade), and it beats most ground moves as well. If you miss completely or hit a grounded opponent, cancel into Wing Charge for a fast horizontal attack and combo starter. If that is about to miss or get blocked, tack on a Diving Claw to force them into blocking plus eat almost any retaliation. Most robots have no way to jump against Gargoyle or prevent him from jumping thanks to this. Basically, only Jaguar,Katana and Chronos have even a hope of surviving an air match against the Gargoyle, making it one of the game's best bots. Be careful, though: if your opponent backs you into a corner, Gargoyle has no way to get out.
  • The Gargoyles are a race of winged, two-legged creatures which are very mobile, but are mostly flightless. Like Goblins, Gargoyles use the Missile attack, but are prone to fire it off somewhat faster. Also, because they move faster in general, they are exceptionally dangerous. Without a larger sword, they are extraordinarily tough. While constantly attacking will keep a Gargoyle in place, it leaves the player open to counter attacks, which at this stage in the game are instantly lethal.
  • Volk Volk Art Untoter Zugehörigkeit Lichkönig Fraktion Geschlecht Titel Gesinnung Herkunft Nordrend Zone Gebiet Status Level Stufe Die furchteinflößenden Gargoyles von Nordrend sind gefräßige, fliegende Bestien, die das Gemetztel und Verwüstung lieben. Sie werden in einer Gruft belebt und folgten den untoten Armeen des Lichkönigs von Norden her, wie Geier einem verwundetem Tier. Diese seltsamen, drahtigen Flieger haben eine eiskalte, feste Haut, welche sie vor Angriffen beschützt. Wenn sie schwer verwundet sind, können Gargoyles landen und ihre eiskalte Haut zu einer felsartigen Masse kondensieren lassen. In dieser „Steingestalt“ sind sie zwar bewegungsunfähig sich zu bewegen, ihre Wunden heilen jedoch schneller. Ein mächtiger Zauberer kann einen Gargoyle an sich binden und ihn lenken.
  • A gargoyle in Tai-tastigon may either refer to the kind familiar on Earth, decorative parts of the drainwork of a roof on a building, or to the companion creature of a master architect. Every master architect has one, and they perform useful tasks for him, but they are "impish", as one architect tells Jame. When the architect dies the gargoyle guards their crypt. Gargoyles cannot move when someone is looking at them.
  • Gargoyle is a monster who appears in the Dragon Quest game series.
  • Gargoyle was a cool guy. Gargoyle had been minding his own business. Gargoyle had one brother. The brothers loved eachother very much. Chiseled from the hardest of stones back in time immemorial, Gargoyle and his brother had managed on their own for millions of years. Gargoyle, in the year 2006, looked just as dashing as ever. Cold, grey, stoic he crouched, watching car after car whiz down Sunset. Brother was happy too. Gargoyle and his brother were together. Night fell, and Gargoyle awoke from his slumber. A warm, clammy hand pressed casually against his breast. Gargoyle looked into the malicious eyes of The Flesh of Bulls. Flesh grunted as he pushed Gargoyle to the concrete, knocking his block off at Anus' hobbit feet. Anus grabbed his prize, Gargoyle's head, and he dashed off into the night after Flesh. Brother saw and cried. Brother reassembled Gargoyle without his head and for a year and a half searched the night for Gargoyle's noodle. To no avail. With time, Brother died of a broken heart, and the bodies of Brother and Gargoyle biodegraded into plant fertilizer.
  • Wayne Starkey, the Gargoyle, was a New York superhero. He was a power armor jockey who probably didn't have any powers of note. He had a sidekick, Gryphon, in defiance of the Kid Sidekick Laws. He's deceased.
  • Gargoyle is a race of creature in the Darkness Civilization. __TOC__
  • In architecture, a gargoyle is a carved stone grotesque with a spout designed to convey water from a roof and away from the side of a building. Preventing rainwater from running down masonry walls is important because running water erodes the mortar between the stone blocks. Gargoyles are said to scare off and protect from any evil or harmful spirits.
  • Gargoyle's are located in the Slayer Tower - Floor 3. Training Teleports > Slayer Tower > Go to the 3rd floor > Run East.
  • Gargoyles are found in Crash Twinsanity in the level Rooftop Rampage. They hover in one position waiting for Nina Cortex to latch onto with her bionic hand. Some gargoyles rest on a wind vane and have to be spun to be woken up.
  • The Gargoyles are the statues in front of Ghoulhaven Hall. They kidnap Amber in the beginning of the game, and then are never seen again. They do share a resemblence to the werewolves. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
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  • Gargoyles are stone dragonlike creatures found around Thule Abbey. They have powerful ranged magic and melee attacks. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Gargoyle is a gargoyle (duh) Development started on February, 2006 and finished at October, 2006. Modeled, uvmapped, animated and voiced by leileilol. Skinned by enki.
  • appearance Latest appearance General information Nicknames Family members Alignment Status Physical information Species Gender Eye color Hair color Additional information Portrayed by The Gargoyle is a creature from the short story, I'm Telling!.
  • The Gargoyle is a minor demon encountered in the overworld in Ōkamiden. A variation of the Gargoyle race of demons, it has a stronger version, the Flame Gargoyle.
  • While they are built for ranged combat, Gargoyles are not helpless in close quarters melee. They are capable of spitting a toxic fluid, which they aim at the eyes of their opponents in order to blind them. Additionally, a quirk in their behaviour drives them to seek out ventilation shafts and other small entrances to any structures or other habitations that their swarm is assaulting. Despite their wings, they have little trouble crawling into these spaces and entering a fortress, where they wildly lash out with their claws and barbed tails as they attempt to escape; many Imperial Guardsmen have found out just how dangerous a Gargoyle can be in an enclosed space in this way.
  • The Gargoyle is a decoration that was released on September 3, 2015, along with the content update.
  • A bit later on, however, Gargoyles undergo a slight redesign. They now have two horns on top of their heads and a pair of wings. They are also more humanoid, having human-like body proportions. Female Gargoyles are often seen wearing dresses and shoes unlike their male counterparts that constantly remain nude.
  • They're winged creatures that are made out of stone. They can fly.
  • A Gargoyle is an enemy monster found in 12,000 B.C. in Chrono Trigger.
  • It can inflict physical attacks with its arms or use Gargoyle Ray with the ring in its mouth.
  • A Gargoyle is a living monster that was made of a stone like substance during the day. By night they become flesh and by sheading a stone like substance. They come in many varieties: some are full bodied, often with wings; others are simply disembodied visages that simply watch (having only half a body.) Gargoyles are not the same as other stone beings, such as the Golem as Gargoyles are always in the form of in-human, possibly demonic, creatures. They stand guard in gothic-style structures, such as Cathedrals and European castles. It has also been said that Gargoyles only come alive to fend off evil, which would explain them being found on churches commonly. So there is a possibility that Gargoyles just look evil and scary to fend off bad intruders. (It is also said in some small legends that they are a type of lesser guardian angel that is sometimes often considered to be an abomination due to the fact that they are half angel half demon.) So nobody actually knows if a gargoyle is bad or good. The name "Gargoyle" comes from the Gargouille, a dragon that spouted water from its mouth, causing floods. Gargoyles, the stone decorations, were originally representations of this monster.
  • Gargoyle is a monster of the darkness element, of which can be located within the Shrine of Shirley.
  • Race: magical beast Alignment: chaotic evil Armor class: 16 Hit points: 38 Attack bonus: +4 Damage: d4 / d4 / d6 (claw / claw / bite creature weapons) Hit dice (level): 4 Challenge rating: 3 Size: medium Damage reduction: 15/+1 Trained skills:(‡) hide (11), listen (4), spot (4) Feats: darkvision, weapon proficiency (creature)
  • A gargoyle is a mythical reptilian creature with wings that enable it to fly. They are usually found in human building architecture as carved stone grotesques with a spout designed to convey water from a roof and away from the side of a building. The Smurfs have encountered various types of gargoyles in the cartoon show series. One of them was a baby gargoyle named Tharp, who was a pet of the sorcerer couple Selwyn and Tallulah. Several small gargoyles were also in service to a sneaky imp in the episode "Smurfette's Dancing Shoes". In "Lost Smurf", many stone gargoyles served as either minions or extensions of Castle Captor's will.
  • When the Source surfaced to find Paige Matthews and stop the Charmed Ones from being reconstituted, some gargoyles were notified of his presence. Cole Turner heard the gargoyles and warned Phoebe and Piper. The Source, who had possessed Paige's boyfriend Shane, tried to enter the church where Paige had been abandoned, but the gargoyles there came to life and were able to overpower him with their screeches. The Source fell to the ground in pain and convinced Paige to leave with him. When magic switched to mortals, the sisters and their allies gave the Halliwell Manor a magical make-over to blend in. Among the additions were several gargoyles. These were presumably ordinary statues, due to the magical switch.
  • Gargoyles are perfect defenders for cities, and your foes will never walk past a cathedral or mausoleum again.
  • Gargoyle – motocykl występujący w Grand Theft Auto V, który został dodany w aktualizacji Karkołomne wyczyny. Jest produkowany przez firmę Western Motorcycle Company. Gargoyle wzorowany jest na motocyklu Indian 101 Scout. Dysponuje bardzo dobrą prędkością maksymalną, dobrym przyspieszeniem, dobrej jakości hamulcami i dobrą przyczepnością. W trakcie jazdy na Gargoylu mogą siedzieć maksymalnie dwie osoby. Poza podstawowymi modyfikacjami można go również wyposażyć w malowanie firmowe.
  • Gargoyles are animated stone statues infused with lava by mages.
  • However, one would be wrong to thus deduce. This isn't any old gargoyle, but rather a Construct of as-yet unknown capabilities. How do we know that? Well, when Agatha, Zeetha, Krosp, and Ardsley Wooster first come to town and strike up a conversation with Herr von Mekkhan, the gargoyle notices and [ follows] [[Chronology - Volume #|✣ ]] them with a turned head. Von Mekkhan sees this and decides that another interaction with the party is called for -- and we know how that turns out. This gargoyle may well have some combat skills in addition to the ability to recognize a Heterodyne when it "sees" one. Carson muses on the likelihood that the Heterodyne pretender (by whom he really means Zola "Heterodyne", not Agatha, who's still unknown to him at this point) has some backers who could be trouble, and tells the gargoyle that he "expect(s) you'll help me deal with them." The tenor of the "conversation" suggests that "dealing with them" will have hack-and-slash implications. So far, it's had burn-and-plummet implications. The peak of combat hasn't yet come to pass, but patience....
  • Yuri Topolov, also known as Gargoyle, is a brilliant scientist and right-hand man to Leader.
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