History WMG / Gargoyles

24th Mar '16 6:29:28 PM beatpole
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One of the things Demona shows Brooklyn in Temptation to convince him of man kinds evils is the scene of a murder. The murder weapon was clearly a Smith&Wesson Governor.45 (or possibly a Taurus Judge) easily recognized by the distinctive long cylinder. Earlier when Brooklyn was being attacked by a gang of bikers one of them pulls a gun on him, also clearly a S&W Governor. This isn't a particularly common gun so two of them showing up at two different crime scenes a few miles and hours apart is very unlikely. Since Demona probably arranged the attack on Brooklyn, she probably also paid the bikers to perform a murder as well.

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One of the things Demona shows Brooklyn in Temptation to convince him of man kinds mankind's evils is the scene of a murder.murder scene. The murder weapon was clearly a Smith&Wesson Governor.45 (or possibly a Taurus Judge) easily recognized by the distinctive long cylinder. Earlier Earlier, when Brooklyn was being attacked by a gang of bikers bikers, one of them pulls a gun on him, him which is also clearly a S&W Governor. This isn't a particularly common gun so two of them showing up at two different crime scenes a few miles and hours apart is very unlikely. Since Demona probably arranged the attack on Brooklyn, she probably also paid the bikers to perform a murder as well.well and they then left the gun at the scene.
24th Mar '16 6:26:20 PM beatpole
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One of the things Demona shows Brooklyn to convince him of man kinds evils is the scene of a murder. The murder weapon was clearly a Smith&Wesson Governor.45 (or possibly a Taurus Judge) easily recognized by the distinctive long cylinder. Earlier when Brooklyn was being attacked by a gang of bikers one of them pulls a gun on him, also clearly a S&W Governor. This isn't a particularly common gun so two of them showing up at two different crime scenes a few miles and hours apart is very unlikely. Since Demona probably arranged the attack on Brooklyn, she probably also paid the bikers to perform a murder as well.

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One of the things Demona shows Brooklyn in Temptation to convince him of man kinds evils is the scene of a murder. The murder weapon was clearly a Smith&Wesson Governor.45 (or possibly a Taurus Judge) easily recognized by the distinctive long cylinder. Earlier when Brooklyn was being attacked by a gang of bikers one of them pulls a gun on him, also clearly a S&W Governor. This isn't a particularly common gun so two of them showing up at two different crime scenes a few miles and hours apart is very unlikely. Since Demona probably arranged the attack on Brooklyn, she probably also paid the bikers to perform a murder as well.
24th Mar '16 6:25:03 PM beatpole
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It's not just a matter of contract disputes and licensing laws and not seeing eye-to-eye with Disney; the guy's been working up [[KudzuPlot new arcs and potential spinoffs and other stories set in the same world]] for so long that he could ''never'' truly resolve all possible plot threads. He's built a fantasy world every bit as complicated as J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth, and Tolkien never actually considered himself finished with his stories either. Even if it somehow escapes TheChrisCarterEffect, ''Gargoyles'' and all of its affiliates are never going to be completed any more than the stories of Marvel and D.C. ever have been.

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It's not just a matter of contract disputes and licensing laws and not seeing eye-to-eye with Disney; the guy's been working up [[KudzuPlot new arcs and potential spinoffs and other stories set in the same world]] for so long that he could ''never'' truly resolve all possible plot threads. He's built a fantasy world every bit as complicated as J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth, and Tolkien never actually considered himself finished with his stories either. Even if it somehow escapes TheChrisCarterEffect, ''Gargoyles'' and all of its affiliates are never going to be completed any more than the stories of Marvel and D.C. ever have been.been.

[[WMG: The murderer in Temptation was one of the bikers]]
One of the things Demona shows Brooklyn to convince him of man kinds evils is the scene of a murder. The murder weapon was clearly a Smith&Wesson Governor.45 (or possibly a Taurus Judge) easily recognized by the distinctive long cylinder. Earlier when Brooklyn was being attacked by a gang of bikers one of them pulls a gun on him, also clearly a S&W Governor. This isn't a particularly common gun so two of them showing up at two different crime scenes a few miles and hours apart is very unlikely. Since Demona probably arranged the attack on Brooklyn, she probably also paid the bikers to perform a murder as well.
21st Nov '15 7:42:54 PM Nakuyabi
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"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, of a [[EvilliousChronicles girl named Margarita]] who married Marquis Blankenheim. Heartbroken to find that he didn't truly love her, Margarita made a vial of poison that she gave him, insisting that it was a sleeping potion that would bring sweet dreams."

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"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, of a [[EvilliousChronicles girl named Margarita]] who married Marquis Blankenheim. Heartbroken to find that he didn't truly love her, Margarita made a vial of poison that she gave him, insisting that it was a sleeping potion that would bring sweet dreams.""

[[WMG: No matter how many events may break in his favor, Greg Weisman is never, ever, ''ever'' going to finish the story.]]
It's not just a matter of contract disputes and licensing laws and not seeing eye-to-eye with Disney; the guy's been working up [[KudzuPlot new arcs and potential spinoffs and other stories set in the same world]] for so long that he could ''never'' truly resolve all possible plot threads. He's built a fantasy world every bit as complicated as J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth, and Tolkien never actually considered himself finished with his stories either. Even if it somehow escapes TheChrisCarterEffect, ''Gargoyles'' and all of its affiliates are never going to be completed any more than the stories of Marvel and D.C. ever have been.
21st Oct '15 5:32:07 PM nombretomado
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** So Standards and Practices at {{Disney}} have a fear of heights, and are making their dramatic cartoons as scary as possible...

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** So Standards and Practices at {{Disney}} Creator/{{Disney}} have a fear of heights, and are making their dramatic cartoons as scary as possible...
1st Oct '15 2:20:04 PM LadyEvil
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"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, that the Cauldron of Life would bestow any who bathed in it a life as long as the mountain stones."


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"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, of Andhrimnir, chef to the Norse gods, and his cauldron, Eldhrimnir, in which the same boar is cooked every night."
1st Oct '15 1:33:48 PM LadyEvil
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"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, of a [[EvilliousChronicles girl named Margarita]] who married Marquis Blankenheim. Heartbroken to find that he didn't truly love her, Margarita made a vile of poison that she gave him, insisting that it was a sleeping potion that would bring sweet dreams."

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"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, of a [[EvilliousChronicles girl named Margarita]] who married Marquis Blankenheim. Heartbroken to find that he didn't truly love her, Margarita made a vile vial of poison that she gave him, insisting that it was a sleeping potion that would bring sweet dreams."
1st Oct '15 1:31:50 PM LadyEvil
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"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, that the God of Abraham loved the world so much he gave his only begotten son."

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"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, that the God of Abraham loved the world so much he gave his only begotten son.""

"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, of a cup known as Jamshid that would give all who would possess it the elixir of immortality, revelation of great truths and insight into all seven heavens of the universe."

"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, of a [[EvilliousChronicles girl named Margarita]] who married Marquis Blankenheim. Heartbroken to find that he didn't truly love her, Margarita made a vile of poison that she gave him, insisting that it was a sleeping potion that would bring sweet dreams."
1st Oct '15 1:21:18 PM LadyEvil
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''The Winged Victory'' has no head or arms anymore and the draping garment hides the lower body. Could be a gargoyle. (Female since there's a noticeable bosom.)Someone hated her enough to murder her in her sleep and probably pulverized the head in their anger. What was left of the gargoyle was mistaken as a statue of Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. Also, gargoyles in Ancient Greece inspired the legends of harpies, though most of the stories are exaggerated. ("Few things are accurate.")

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''The Winged Victory'' has no head or arms anymore and the draping garment hides the lower body. Could be a gargoyle. (Female since there's a noticeable bosom.)Someone hated her enough to murder her in her sleep and probably pulverized the head in their anger. What was left of the gargoyle was mistaken as a statue of Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. Also, gargoyles in Ancient Greece inspired the legends of harpies, though most of the stories are exaggerated. ("Few things are accurate.")")

[[WMG: The Holy Grail houses (for now) The Spirit of Giving]]

Just as the Stone of Destiny houses (for now) The Spirit of Fate, the Grail houses The Spirit of Giving. It seems every myth and legend about a vessel (bag, box, cup, anything that can hold something) the legend carries a theme of giving. Sometimes a good gift, sometimes not so good. If Shari were to tell stories concerning the Grail, (besides the obvious Arthurian legend) they might go like this:
"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, that a [[SantaClaus bishop from Myra by the name of Nicholas]] wanted to give a golden ball to a young lady with no money for a dowry."
"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, that the infant god Zeus was nourished by milk from a goat called Amalthea. When Amalthea died, Zeus honored her by creating the constellation Capricorn and blessed one of her horns so that it was always full of good things to eat."
"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, that the gods gave a woman named [[MeaningfulName Pandora]] a box and told her never to open it."
"The story is told, though who can say if it be true, that the God of Abraham loved the world so much he gave his only begotten son."
13th Sep '15 1:14:10 PM LadyEvil
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Perhaps most telling is the fact that Brooklyn is the only other member of the clan to know Latin. In Temptation he was able to read the Grimorum to search for a counter-spell and seemed confident that he would be able to perform it. In Hunter's Moon he states his "Latin is rusty" but is still able to recognize the kind of spell Demona is casting. The easiest way to explain Brooklyn having this kind of knowledge is if he was once mentored by Demona back in the Middle Ages.

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Perhaps most telling is the fact that Brooklyn is the only other member of the clan to know Latin. In Temptation he was able to read the Grimorum to search for a counter-spell and seemed confident that he would be able to perform it. In Hunter's Moon he states his "Latin is rusty" but is still able to recognize the kind of spell Demona is casting. The easiest way to explain Brooklyn having this kind of knowledge is if he was once mentored by Demona back in the Middle Ages.Ages.

[[WMG:The Winged Victory of Samothrace is the remains of a gargoyle murdered in her sleep.]]

''The Winged Victory'' has no head or arms anymore and the draping garment hides the lower body. Could be a gargoyle. (Female since there's a noticeable bosom.)Someone hated her enough to murder her in her sleep and probably pulverized the head in their anger. What was left of the gargoyle was mistaken as a statue of Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. Also, gargoyles in Ancient Greece inspired the legends of harpies, though most of the stories are exaggerated. ("Few things are accurate.")
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