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An organized and long term plotted roleplay that picks up from where Greg Weisman left off with both the comics and the Radio Play crossover with Spectacular Spider-Man and has been running for over two years. Like The Gargoyles Saga recommended below, Spec Gargs was inspired by Greg Weisman's master plan, and while this is their interpretation, it deviates far less. Queen Mab appeared as a major threat, and Demona is still a primary villain.
An organized Virtual Season fan continuation of the franchise that not only includes the main series, but also delves into the various Spin-Off series Greg Weisman wanted to produce as well - though he had NOTHING to do with this Saga. Warning: Demona In Leather Pants is all over this saga.
That last bit isn't quite true: Demona's past isn't whitewashed over, and she certainly doesn't regret the things she did. The Manhattan Clan takes a very long time to accept that she isn't a threat to them anymore. And it's implied in the last season that she's eventually going back to her old ways.
But the whole notion of the Manhattan Clan accepting her shouldn't have happened, because she shouldn't have been neutered in the first place. She was eating Christmas dinner with them less than two months after she almost destroyed all life on Earth.
Voted the Most Influential Person in Gargoyles fanfiction. Well thought out plots, in characterization of canon characters (as well as expanding on them), well rounded original characters, and just plain well written. This troper could list a lot of examples to hold these claims, that they would be giving away a lot of the plots to the fics.
Merlin Missy is a brilliant writer and truly brings the characters to life. Be sure to read her seven part saga Consequences starting with Fortune and Men's Eyes. And speaking of crossovers...be sure to read All through the Night. It crosses Gargoyles with several shows, including The X-Files, Batman: The Animated Series, and Beauty and the Beast (TV show).
A rich series of romantic and action fanfics about the Xanatos' new nanny who has a special secret that gives her a powerful link to the Manhattan Clan. The series was written a decade ago, so some old assumptions like Lex being straight stand.
Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.Understanding by Vanillasiren
Synopsis: Set sometime after the Gargoyles and Xanatos make peace. When the Phoenix Gate mysteriously returns to him, Goliath is transported back into the past, and gains some insight into what drives his enemy-turned-ally. One-shot.
Synopsis: Set pre-series. Demona/Macbeth friendship with maybe a hint of romance. Vaguely related to my "When You Hurt" story, although it's not necessary to read that one to understand this one. Another, more humorous glimpse into a time when they weren't enemies.
Synopsis: In the year 2056, the United Nations debates the fate of the gargoyle species. Meanwhile, Demona reclaims the regenerated Praying Gargoyle. Tonight is the Hunter's Moon, and regardless of the outcome, the clan's lives will be forever changed.
Comments: Written by an author who, obviously, spent a lot of time studying both the canon and Greg Weisman's plans, Bishansky's story manages to keep everyone in character while taking place decades in the future. You can see this as a natural bridge between Gargoyles and the unmade Gargoyles: 2198 spin-off. Also, Demona manages to be the well rounded villain she is in the series, no Draco in Leather Pants or cackling Card-Carrying Villain here.
Comments: While several fanfics have crossed over these two particular series, Cochran's story is easily the best of the lot. Everyone's in character, every member of the large cast gets a moment in the limelight, and most of the minor changes Cochran makes to the existing series are actually improvements, particularly making Janine a full-time Ghostbuster. If only all Crossover fics could be this good...
Unfortunately, the link is broken and I can't find the story anywhere...
Synopsis: Demona reveals herself to Goliath immediately after the massacre at Castle Wyvern, which results in her being turned to permanent stone while Goliath is left awake to become an immortal.
Comments: An intriguing AU premise and very movingly written, but the story goes beyond the typical AU setup by also including the canon universe, allowing the two to interact in ways yet to be seen. Unfortunately abandoned.
Synopsis: Origin story of Richard S. Wagner. An Illuminati assassin comes face-to-face with a horror so overwhelming that it forces him to question everything he believes in. Rated "M" for themes of the Holocaust. Complete.
Comments: Interesting premise about a gargoyle who was surgically altered to look human.
Comments: Really good. The OC isn't a Mary-Sue (at least by the standards of Gargoyles characters) and the characterizations of Owen/Puck are awesome. We get so see how Puck thinks when he's Owen (which he is for ninety percent of the fic), Fox and Xanatos' marriage, and a bunch of fun with King Arthur. While it doesn't end on a cliffhanger, it feels like there should be a sequel (5 years later, there isn't).
Comments: I rarely see anyone dedicate a romance to Lexington. All I ever see are Brooklyn romance fanfics. It's actually pretty good, despite the OC being female. Either the author is unaware that Lexington is supposed to be homosexual or they completely disregard it. Either way, the OC's personality is different for a Gargoyles storyline. Although her negativity and jaded attitude make her seem standard at first, I found that her character goes deeper than that on more subtle levels (possibly less subtle as the story progresses). It's well done, even though the story isn't far in (three chapters).