Gargoyle

Gargoyles are statues of flying creatures animated by magic. Wizards treat these constructs with care, due to their ability to fly and the tactical advantage they can grant. To ensure their longevity on the battlefield, Wizards often imbue them with powerful arcane wards, shielding them from enemy spells.

Kaspar's Comment

“Animating a construct is no small feat. Animating a flying construct is an extraordinary achievement. Gargoyles might look clumsy, but their mere existence fills my mind with wonder.”


Construct

Gargoyles are not alive, they cannot be healed or resurrected, but they can be repared...

Magic Immunity

The Gargoyles are so well designed that they are totally impervious to magic, a great defense against other Wizards’ armies.

Obsidian Gargoyle

One of the flaws of the first generation of Gargoyles was their relative fragility and slowness, making them easy targets. The very substance of the Obsidian Gargoyles is far more durable, and their conception allows them to fly longer distances as well.

Kaspar's Comment

“According to House Materia’s legends, the great Wizard Masfar created the first Gargoyle. Some say he had created it to host his deceased daughter’s spirit, but the end result only had the illusion of life...”


Construct

Gargoyles are not alive, they cannot be healed or resurrected, but they can be repared...

Magic Immunity

The Gargoyles are so well designed that they are totally impervious to magic, a great defense against other Wizards’ armies.