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.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
- Immortality - Gargoyles are immune to the passing of time and cannot get sick.
- Human Form - Gargoyles can take on human form.
- Flight - Gargoyles can fly under their own power.
- Camouflage - Gargoyles can blend in with the inanimate gargoyles so it can surprise intruders that infiltrate buildings
- Fire Resistance - Being made out of stone by the day means he is invulnerable to fire
- At night they are protected by hard scale.