Boy, do I write a lot of threads. In my tales of Sydonia, I have the story of Gargoyles. Well more like the plague of the Holy Church. Gargoyles had always been used by the churches as a way to convey messages of the Holy word. In my story Gargoyles atop churches can be controlled by certain priest and priestess to bring them alive, but only during the night. As one tale goes that gargoyles sleep during the day. Also these priest and priestess have the power to curse people, almost like witches, into gargoyle statues. Using the power of the divine church to awaken them. It seems that these holy churches want to bring down the government. To give rise to their own king. Whom was not voted upon in Sydonia. This king the church wants to elect is one governed by the holy word of their god. The tale has a lot of adventure, mystery, action, and suspenseful moments. But are my gargoyles to similar to vampires? In one rare case, a noble parliament John Crusitoff von Trieste had fallen in love with a woman whom he didn't know was a Gargoyle. Since partially still being human, she was able to give birth to the noble lord Valeran von Trieste. A half gargoyle. His father afraid of such an abomination locked the child away in a small house on his mansion grounds. Valeran eyes are sensitive to the light and he prefers the dark. But he doesn't burn into ash or turn into stone when he sees the light. Once the holy church conveys your mind and curses you into a gargoyle. You are both human and stone. So inhuman and non human. The gargoyles do not need blood. However, they die by silver. Because silver in this story is considered an evil substance that stops the flow of the holy divinity words in their blood. Also the gargoyles are active during night and rarely during day. Simply because when touched by light they are turned back into stone. Except for the hybrid child Valeran. I have some lore from everywhere in here.