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    New York Police Department/Gargoyle Taskforce/Supervillain Taskforce 
Elisa Maza's partner, and the head of the Gargoyles Taskforce.

A uniformed beat cop and a member of the Gargoyle Taskforce.

A detective and member of the Gargoyle Taskforce.

Tri Chung's partner; also on the Gargoyle Taskforce.

  • In the Blood: Apparently his father was a cop as well. Didn't help their relationship much, however.
  • Papa Wolf: In the making.

An Assistant District Attorney and member of the Gargoyle Taskforce. She's also John Castaway's new bride.

Matt Bluestone's former partner from his days in the FBI, and a member of the Illuminati.

The captain of detectives in Elisa's precinct.

Gwen Stacy's father, and a captain in the NYPD.

A lieutenant in the NYPD and the head of the Supervillain Taskforce.

  • Inspector Javert: Frequently the first to jump to the conclusion that a hero (Spidey in particular) is up to no good.

A beat cop and member of the Supervillain Taskforce.

  • Police Brutality: Has gotten into a lot of trouble for this, but never enough to get him kicked off the force.

An obnoxiously unprofessional coroner with the NYPD.

    Humans Met on the World Tour 
Father to Rory Dugan, and the main inspiration for his son to become an international hero.

  • Only One Name: Averted here by giving "Mr. Dugan" a first name.
  • Papa Wolf: He may not have any superpowers, but when Rory is threatened he tries to hold off the Banshee and an evil Celtic god with an iron poker.

  • Adaptation Expansion: In Gargoyles canon, Erik and Gunther are essentially blank slates. Their player(s) have taken advantage of this to give them rather... interesting characterizations.

An officer with the Prefectural Police in Ishimura, Japan. Head of its Special Tengu Guardian Corps, the Japanese counterpart to the NYPD's Gargoyle Taskforce.

Some thugs on the streets of London with a bad history of running into the London Clan. Believing anti-gargoyle propaganda from the Quarrymen and others, they once broke into Knight's Spur and murdered Falcor.

A descendant of Rabbi Loew, the man who created the Golem of Prague. Having awakened the Golem in the modern day, he attempts to guide it on the path of justice and mercy.

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    The New Olympians 
  • Da Chief: Former head of the New Olympian Security Force

  • Spin-Offspring: Of a sort - he's one of the sons of Boreas (Xetes is the other) and never appeared in the original episode.

  • Good Wings, Evil Wings: One brother is depicted with white wings, the other black. It remains to be seen if this trope will be subverted, inverted, or just flat-out ignored.

  • Legacy Character: If you can't guess what myth her name comes from, you really need to read up on the classics.

The young leader of the Mount Thanatos Clan.

The former second-in-command of the Mount Thanatos Clan, he was seduced by Demona and eventually became her third mate.

  • Killed Off for Real: And, after everything he'd done, you still almost felt bad for him.
  • Persona Non Grata: The former Second of the New Olympian Clan, now banished from that island.
  • Unholy Matrimony: He wanted Demona to love him, and all he had to do was allow his former home and Clan to be attacked by HYDRA for it to happen. An atrocity he could have prevented with a two-minute phone call.
  • Villainous Crush: Inverted. He allied with Demona, and became her new mate.
  • Weapon of Choice: The Heqat Staff. A traditional weapon among the New Olympian Clan.

She's one of two gargoyle beast breeds found on Mt. Thanatos. The Ammut breed guards the temple entrance to the mountain. They are also popular pets with the younger gargoyles.

The Sha are breed for two specific purposes. To guard the rookery, and to guard the Mt. Thanatos vault.

    Atlantis 
The depiction from Atlantis: The Lost Empire has been made applicable thanks to the unproduced Team Atlantis Crossover episode "The Lost." The overall "canon" of the movie and its spinoff is applicable in Broad Strokes.

Originally seen in the film Atlantis: The Lost Empire, she is the Queen of the lost city of Atlantis.

Originally seen in the film Atlantis: The Lost Empire, he is husband to Queen Kidagakash (or as he calls her, Kida).

    Other 
An entity which seems to embody the very idea of "Destiny." The Spirit of Destiny speaks through stones, but in fact there is nothing special about any individual vessel; the Spirit can speak through any stone on Earth.

A simple wooden cup connected both to the Christian tradition and to the Arthurian lore.

  • Forgiveness: As the Stone is said to be inhabited by the Spirit of Destiny, the Grail is said to house the Spirit of Mercy.
  • The Holy Grail
  • Living MacGuffin: The Grail and the Stone are alike to each other in this way, and unlike anything else in the world they inhabit. What exactly they are is a question unlikely to ever be answered in full.

An entity resembling a massive firebird, which conducts an endless Stable Time Loop across all of history - occasionally taking others along for the ride.

A Living Statue brought to life by Rabbi Loew to protect the Jewish people of Prague. Reawakened in the modern world by his descendent, Max Loew, who does his best to serve as The Conscience to the clay behemoth.

The most basic form of magical life. Prospero uses these sprites as experimental subjects.

     Gateway Dynamics 
An Alternate Universe counterpart to Thailog, who immediately joined The Illuminati and founded the corporation Gateway Dynamics upon settling into the Spectacular Gargoyles Universe.

Thomeheb's personal assistant, mutated with gargoyle DNA.

Executive Vice-President for Gateway Dynamics, serving as Thomeheb's public face.

A security guard working for Gateway Dynamics, with a strong connection even he does not yet understand to the wider Omniverse.

  • Reverse Mole: After learning that his boss planned to Kill All Humans in the Omniverse, he offered to become this for New Camelot. They accepted, if cautiously.

A device used by Gateway Dynamics to loot other Universes of technology and genetic material.

The primary method of travel for Gateway Dynamics employees... and anyone else Thomeheb chooses to grant access to.

A probe designed to extract technology for Gateway Dynamics. A zap from Will Vandom's Quintessence, however, granted it sentience.

  • Legacy Character: Currently, we're on Unit 16.0, thanks to...
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Tends to happen depressingly often to the TUCAP probes. The current model is understandably a tad... ticked at the Doctors' callousness to its plight.

The replacement for TUCAP after it chose to remain in the W.I.T.C.H. Universe.

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    The Notre Dame Clan 
Behemoth
An Alternate Universe counterpart to Goliath.

An Alternate Universe counterpart to Brooklyn.

  • Chew Toy: Tells Angelique that he's departing for Avalon, but gets consumed by the Phoenix before he can leave. She never looks for him because she's been assuming that he's been living happily among the clan there. Later he returns, and almost gets a chance to return to his original Universe, but the Phoenix swallows him up right before he would have left.

Montparnasse
An Alternate Universe counterpart to Broadway.

An Alternate Universe counterpart to Angela.

  • The Mourning After: Was initially mated with Montparnasse, until the Quarrymen brutally murdered him. While she does share Griff's attraction to her, it took a very long time for her to get past the resultant grief (and arguably, she still hasn't completely done so).
    • Complicating this is that gargoyles normally mate for life. While it is not unheard of to have a Second Love, it is certainly frowned upon in most gargoyle cultures.

An Alternate Universe counterpart to Hudson.

An Alternate Universe counterpart to Lexington.

Diabolique
An Alternate Universe counterpart to Demona.

  • Kill All Humans: Her goal.
  • Killed Off for Real: By Demona... because if there's one thing Demona can be counted on for, it's sabotaging any chance of acquiring a like-minded ally.

An Alternate Universe counterpart to Bronx.

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