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A Lorn gargoyle named Isolde.
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Gargoyles come from the northern highlands of Lorn and the plains beyond Mount Horn. Amongst Elders, they bear the longest lifespan, averaging between 300-350 years. 
In colouration, gargoyles tend to come in earthy shades, but may also have tints and markings of practically any colour. Their hair is wiry and coarse, running down to the small of their back. Males tend to have longer hair and may also have hair on their faces, legs, and tails.
Female gargoyles have small secondary wings on the end of their tail, whereas males bear spines. Female gargoyles also tend to have horns farther back on their head, while the horns of males rest closer to the brow.
Gargoyles have a strong affinity for jewelry and gems. While not all gargoyles like to wear clothing— or at least a lot of it— they love to wear various forms of jewelry on anything from the sails of their wings, to the horns on their heads. When clothing is worn, small holes are cut in the wing membrane close to a gargoyle’s body so that straps can be threaded through. The action does not cause much— if any— pain, and the membrane has a remarkable ability to regrow (a useful adaption, as their wing membranes suffer much damage while climbing jagged mountain rocks.)
The upper limbs of a gargoyle double in use as wings and arms. They are extremely flexible, strong, and have three membrane-less digits on the “hand” for climbing and general use as hands.

A Lorn gargoyle named Isolde.

Gargoyles come from the northern highlands of Lorn and the plains beyond Mount Horn. Amongst Elders, they bear the longest lifespan, averaging between 300-350 years. 

In colouration, gargoyles tend to come in earthy shades, but may also have tints and markings of practically any colour. Their hair is wiry and coarse, running down to the small of their back. Males tend to have longer hair and may also have hair on their faces, legs, and tails.

Female gargoyles have small secondary wings on the end of their tail, whereas males bear spines. Female gargoyles also tend to have horns farther back on their head, while the horns of males rest closer to the brow.

Gargoyles have a strong affinity for jewelry and gems. While not all gargoyles like to wear clothing— or at least a lot of it— they love to wear various forms of jewelry on anything from the sails of their wings, to the horns on their heads. When clothing is worn, small holes are cut in the wing membrane close to a gargoyle’s body so that straps can be threaded through. The action does not cause much— if any— pain, and the membrane has a remarkable ability to regrow (a useful adaption, as their wing membranes suffer much damage while climbing jagged mountain rocks.)

The upper limbs of a gargoyle double in use as wings and arms. They are extremely flexible, strong, and have three membrane-less digits on the “hand” for climbing and general use as hands.

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