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19th Mar '17 1:09:02 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: ''Gargoyles'' will be remade soon in order to compete with the new Anime/{{Voltron}} and TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles series on {{Nickelodeon}} and ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats 2011}} [=ThunderCats (2011)=]]]'' coming to Creator/CartoonNetwork]]

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[[WMG: ''Gargoyles'' will be remade soon in order to compete with the new Anime/{{Voltron}} and TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles series on {{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} and ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats 2011}} [=ThunderCats (2011)=]]]'' coming to Creator/CartoonNetwork]]
2nd Mar '17 3:29:28 PM MadAnthony94
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* I could see this. They might have a cat theme and be called either The Prowl or The Pride. They'd have names like Lion, Tiger, Panther, Cheetah and Lynx.

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* I could see this. They might have a cat theme and be called either The Prowl or The Pride. They'd have names like Lion, Tiger, Panther, Cheetah and Lynx.Lynx.

[[WMG: Matt Bluestone is actually Fox Mulder of ''TheXFiles'']]
The similarities go beyond a simple ShoutOut. Clearly at some point (not sure where the canons overlap) Skinner decided he'd had enough of Fox and fired him, but as grudging thanks for his past work, paid for extensive plastic surgery to protect his identity and hooked him up with the NYPD (or he's simply been undercover the whole time).
1st Feb '17 10:53:39 AM LadyEvil
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His early appearances had him create a gargoyle clan entirely built on EvilCounterpart, but in the interim he's becoming increasingly like Xanatos (with his corporate cover and Illuminati membership). He's already got Shari to serve as the "right hand man with mystical secrets", the Owen to his Xanatos, so it seems likely he'll complete the set with counterparts to the rest of Xanatos' allies, and that means Fox and the Pack. Possibly mutates modeled on them?

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His early appearances had him create a gargoyle clan entirely built on EvilCounterpart, but in the interim he's becoming increasingly like Xanatos (with his corporate cover and Illuminati membership). He's already got Shari to serve as the "right hand man with mystical secrets", the Owen to his Xanatos, so it seems likely he'll complete the set with counterparts to the rest of Xanatos' allies, and that means Fox and the Pack. Possibly mutates modeled on them?them?
* I could see this. They might have a cat theme and be called either The Prowl or The Pride. They'd have names like Lion, Tiger, Panther, Cheetah and Lynx.
20th Jan '17 7:32:00 PM MadAnthony94
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[[WMG: When Thailog will return he will do so with his own version of the Pack]]

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[[WMG: When Thailog will does return he will do so with his own version of the Pack]]
20th Jan '17 7:31:40 PM MadAnthony94
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* So all the characters not voiced by Star Trek actors are what, Redshirts? I guess being main characters must have a special allure to them.




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* Alternative/Expansion: Sevarius is a magical being and an EvilCounterpart of Puck. After all, he must have figured out Demona's super-virus represented a threat to the entire human race... so why facilitate its creation unless he had nothing to fear from it?



At the end of "The Reckoning" Thailog and Demona both seemingly die and leave the Gargoyle Clones leaderless. As the Manhattan Clan discusses what to do with them Lexington makes the ''incredibly insensitive'' statement that the clones can't join them because "they give him the creeps". Supposedly this is because they are palette swaps of his friends and himself, but in light of his oblivious homosexuality Lexington might have simply experienced attraction to one or more of the clones (maybe Brooklyn's or Broadway's clones...maybe even towards his own clone) and, not understanding the odd feeling, might have got scared thus claiming they "gave him the creeps".

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At the end of "The Reckoning" Thailog and Demona both seemingly die and leave the Gargoyle Clones leaderless. As the Manhattan Clan discusses what to do with them Lexington makes the ''incredibly insensitive'' statement that the clones can't join them because "they give him the creeps". Supposedly this is because they are palette swaps of his friends and himself, but in light of his oblivious homosexuality Lexington might have simply experienced attraction to one or more of the clones (maybe Brooklyn's or Broadway's clones...maybe even towards his own clone) and, not understanding the odd feeling, might have got scared thus claiming they "gave him the creeps".creeps".

[[WMG: When Thailog will return he will do so with his own version of the Pack]]
His early appearances had him create a gargoyle clan entirely built on EvilCounterpart, but in the interim he's becoming increasingly like Xanatos (with his corporate cover and Illuminati membership). He's already got Shari to serve as the "right hand man with mystical secrets", the Owen to his Xanatos, so it seems likely he'll complete the set with counterparts to the rest of Xanatos' allies, and that means Fox and the Pack. Possibly mutates modeled on them?
30th Nov '16 1:01:31 PM Orphalesion
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Since then, there has been a clan of gargoyles watching over Hogwarts. Harry met one guarding Dumbledor's office. They were among those who defended the castle during the Battle of Hogwarts. As for Truth, she took a mate, bore 3 eggs and died at the ripe age of 185. This means Hudson has some great to the nth power grandchildren he doesn't know about. Because Hogwarts is implottable, he may never know.

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Since then, there has been a clan of gargoyles watching over Hogwarts. Harry met one guarding Dumbledor's office. They were among those who defended the castle during the Battle of Hogwarts. As for Truth, she took a mate, bore 3 eggs and died at the ripe age of 185. This means Hudson has some great to the nth power grandchildren he doesn't know about. Because Hogwarts is implottable, he may never know.know.

[[WMG: Lexington was sexually or romantically attracted to one or more of the Gargoyle Clones]]

At the end of "The Reckoning" Thailog and Demona both seemingly die and leave the Gargoyle Clones leaderless. As the Manhattan Clan discusses what to do with them Lexington makes the ''incredibly insensitive'' statement that the clones can't join them because "they give him the creeps". Supposedly this is because they are palette swaps of his friends and himself, but in light of his oblivious homosexuality Lexington might have simply experienced attraction to one or more of the clones (maybe Brooklyn's or Broadway's clones...maybe even towards his own clone) and, not understanding the odd feeling, might have got scared thus claiming they "gave him the creeps".
14th Nov '16 8:55:59 PM beatpole
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*Or alternately the victim was one of the bikers. Since it was his gun left at the scene the bikers' leader may have been the victim, likely killed by Demona to ensure his silence.
19th Aug '16 8:03:28 AM Motorwaffle
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** If the masquerade is keeping Alexander "safe" (i.e., defending him) then Puck can arguably do whatever it takes to maintain it.
19th Jul '16 2:16:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* No, no, no. He's [[SugarWiki/TVTropesWillEnhanceYourLife helping us all do better in English]]. Once he reveals himself as our benefactor, he can use his army of DangerouslyGenreSavvy indebted literary critics (who ''willingly'' put themselves through TrainingFromHell) to get rid of his Shakespearean and folkloric enemies without getting his hands dirty. Face it, we owe him now.

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* No, no, no. He's [[SugarWiki/TVTropesWillEnhanceYourLife helping us all do better in English]]. Once he reveals himself as our benefactor, he can use his army of DangerouslyGenreSavvy GenreSavvy indebted literary critics (who ''willingly'' put themselves through TrainingFromHell) to get rid of his Shakespearean and folkloric enemies without getting his hands dirty. Face it, we owe him now.
10th Jul '16 3:41:35 PM LadyEvil
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In the comics, Hudson's youngest daughter Truth (placeholder name) is shown requesting a Wind Ceremony for the murdered gargoyles. In the City of Stone flashbacks, she is nowhere to be seen. In fact, the veritable squadron she led in the comics is severely dwindled. Here's why. After awhile, Truth and a few other gargoyles realized their leader was a few sandwiches short of a picnic and decided to go off and start another clan. They discovered some humans building a castle much more quickly than humans of the time could accomplish. They met with the four humans in charge of the new castle, learning that they were wizards building a school for witchcraft that they would call Hogwarts. They asked if they'd like some gargoyles to help guard the place. Gryffindor always admired the courage and fighting spirit of gargoyles and voted yes. Hufflepuff thought taking in these outcasts was the only decent thing to do. Slytherin voted against having such impure creatures corrupting their students and believed their magic meant there was no need for gargoyles. Ravenclaw needed time to think it over, but decided extra protection in any form would be a logical choice. Slytherin did insist on a rule against students being out of their dorms after dark so they wouldn't meet the gargoyles often. The gargoyles of the clan would take turns wearing a magic amulet that would keep them awake by day so they could guard the headmaster's office.

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In the comics, Hudson's youngest daughter Truth (placeholder name) is shown requesting a Wind Ceremony for the murdered gargoyles. In the City of Stone flashbacks, she is nowhere to be seen. In fact, the veritable squadron she Demona led in the comics is severely dwindled. Here's why. After awhile, Truth and a few other gargoyles realized their leader was a few sandwiches short of a picnic and decided to go off and start another clan. They discovered some humans building a castle much more quickly than humans of the time could accomplish. They met with the four humans in charge of the new castle, learning that they were wizards building a school for witchcraft that they would call Hogwarts. They asked if they'd like some gargoyles to help guard the place. Gryffindor always admired the courage and fighting spirit of gargoyles and voted yes. Hufflepuff thought taking in these outcasts was the only decent thing to do. Slytherin voted against having such impure creatures corrupting their students and believed their magic meant there was no need for gargoyles. Ravenclaw needed time to think it over, but decided extra protection in any form would be a logical choice. Slytherin did insist on a rule against students being out of their dorms after dark so they wouldn't meet the gargoyles often. The gargoyles of the clan would take turns wearing a magic amulet that would keep them awake by day so they could guard the headmaster's office.


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