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Although the first two seasons were considered successful, ''Gargoyles'' did not live up to Disney's expectations as a commercial rival to ''[[Batman: The Animated Series]]''.<ref>http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/faq.php?s=faq24#2</ref> This result, combined with poor ratings for the third season, led Disney to cancel the series.<ref>http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/faq.php?s=realworld</ref> ''The Goliath Chronicles'' aired its final episode on February 15, 1997.
 
Although the first two seasons were considered successful, ''Gargoyles'' did not live up to Disney's expectations as a commercial rival to ''[[Batman: The Animated Series]]''.<ref>http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/faq.php?s=faq24#2</ref> This result, combined with poor ratings for the third season, led Disney to cancel the series.<ref>http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/faq.php?s=realworld</ref> ''The Goliath Chronicles'' aired its final episode on February 15, 1997.
   
== Episodes ==
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== Episodes: Season 1-3 <TGC> (1994–1997)=== The survivors Wyvern Clan are brought back to life in modern-day NYC, having been frozen in stone sleep for a thousand years. With the help of policewoman Elisa Maza they keep their existence a secret, while learning about the changes that have taken place in the world and begin to figure out where they belong in it. The Gargoyles have now sworn to protect their adopted city of NY, while still keeping themselves secret from the public. A small group of travellers Goliath, his daughter Angela, Elisa, and Bronx who are sent on a series of quests by the magical island of Avalon. "One thousand years ago, superstition and the sword ruled. It was a time of darkness. It was a world of fear. It was the age of gargoyles. Stone by day, warriors by night, we were betrayed by the humans we had sworn to protect, frozen in stone by a magic spell for a thousand years. Now, here in Manhattan, the spell is broken, and we live again! We are defenders of the night. We are Gargoyles!" Following the events of "Hunter's Moon", the public is now fully aware of the existence of the Gargoyles; season 3 deals with the public's sometimes dangerously xenophobic misunderstanding of the Gargoyles' natures and intentions. "One thousand years ago, we lived in a world that understood our purpose. It was the age of Gargoyles. Ten centuries later, we awoke to a world bent on our destruction. Somehow, we never lost hope, and today we come full circle. A new age has begun, and we live again."
   
=== Season 1 (1994–1995) ===
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1. Awakening: In the year 994, a medieval castle in Scotland is attacked by Vikings, but they are repelled by guards with help of gargoyles a race of winged creatures that come to life at night, but sleep during the day as stone statues. While the captain of the guards sees them as heroes and defenders of the castle, the princess, magi and others feel revulsion towards them. Goliath and Hudson go after the Vikings before they regroup but find out it was a diversion and are caught by daybreak outside the castle. The castle is then attacked by Vikings and is betrayed by captain of the guards, who lets them inside. When Goliath returns the next night, he finds all gargoyles on the walls are smashed and the castle is razed.
The first season premiered with the five-part pilot episode "Awakening," and consisted of a total of thirteen episodes.
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Goliath and Hudson return to the castle and find their clan has been smashed during the day. Finding three of their younger comrades, they plan vengeance on Hakon, his vikings and the castle's Captain of the Guard who had betrayed them. Believing the princess was killed in the attack, the Magus curses the Gargoyles into their stone sleep until the castle rises above the clouds. Goliath reunites Princess Katherine and the Magus and unwilling to live without his family, asks him to cast his spell on him.
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Having been awakened in Manhattan in the year 1994 by industrialist David Xanatos, a furious battle breaks out causing policewoman Elisa Maza to investigate and discovers then befriends Goliath. Xanatos informs Goliath that three important computer disks had been stolen during the raid and implores their help to retrieve them.
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Goliath and Elisa name Hudson after the Hudson River before going to explore the city. In Central Park, Goliath and Elisa are ambushed by the men who had attacked the castle. Goliath turns to stone and Elisa saves his life by drawing the guards away from him. It is revealed that Goliath's wife had survived the attack on the castle as well, and in thanks agrees to retrieve the data disks.
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The clan goes to retrieve the data disks, Hudson goes to an underground bunker with Bronx. Brooklyn, Broadway and Lexington attack a Cyberbiotics tower on land while Demona and Goliath take their airship, which Demona mercilessly sets to crash before they escape. After Elisa discovers and tells Goliath about Xanatos' deception, he reveals robotic Gargoyles to kill the group. Demona also reveals her name and her allegiances both with the Captain at Wyvern and with Xanatos. When both she and Elisa are put in danger, Goliath must make a choice of who to save.
   
The survivors of a clan of 10th-century Scottish gargoyles are brought back to life in modern-day [[New York City]], having been frozen in stone sleep for a thousand years. With the help of police detective [[Elisa Maza]] they keep their existence a secret, while learning about the changes that have taken place in the world -- and begin to figure out where they belong in it.
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2. The Thrill of the Hunt: The Pack is a popular TV show that the Gargoyles enjoy, not knowing the difference between television and reality. Lexington befriends them and offers to introduce them to Goliath who is untrusting of the situation. Little does Lexington know that the Pack has learned about them and has a deadly hunt planned against the two of them.
   
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3. Temptation: Brooklyn takes a motorcycle Lex built out on the town and meets a biker gang who attack him upon realizing he's not human. He is saved by Demona who explains her belief that humans and gargoyles will never co-exist, convincing Brooklyn to deliver her the Grimorum Arkanorum to show Goliath the truth of her plight, little does he realize her plans include removing Goliath's will and putting them both in danger.
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4. Deadly Force: Anthony Dracon steals a shipment of high powered laser weapons from Xanatos to distribute them on the streets. Broadway, having seen a western movie accidentally shoots Elisa with her own gun, sending him on a trip to hunt down all arms dealers to alleviate his own guilt while the Mazas and Goliath suspect Dracon of shooting her and putting her in a fight of life and death.
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|Title = Awakening (Part 1)
 
|DirectedBy = [[Saburo Hashimoto]] & [[Kazuo Terada]]
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' [[Michael Reaves]]<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves & [[Eric Luke]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1994|10|24}}
 
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|ShortSummary = In the year 994, a medieval castle in [[Scotland]] is attacked by Vikings, but they are repelled by guards with help of gargoyles - a race of winged creatures that come to life at night, but sleep during the day as stone statues. While the captain of the guards sees them as heroes and defenders of the castle, the princess, magi and others feel revulsion towards them. Goliath and Hudson go after the Vikings before they regroup but find out it was a diversion and are caught by daybreak outside the castle. The castle is then attacked by Vikings and is betrayed by captain of the guards, who lets them inside. When Goliath returns the next night, he finds all gargoyles on the walls are smashed and the castle is razed.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 2
 
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|Title = Awakening (Part 2)
 
|DirectedBy = [[Takamitsu Kawamura]] & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Michael Reaves<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves & Eric Luke
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1994|10|25}}
 
|ProdCode = 002
 
|ShortSummary = Goliath and his mentor return to the castle and find their clan has been smashed during the day. Finding three of their younger comrades, they plan vengeance on Hakon, his vikings and the castle's Captain of the Guard who had betrayed them. Believing the princess was killed in the attack, the [[List of Gargoyles characters#The Magus|Magus]] curses the Gargoyles into their stone sleep until the castle rises above the clouds. Goliath reunites Princess Catherine and the Magus and unwilling to live without his family, asks him to cast his spell on him.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 3
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 3
 
|Title = Awakening (Part 3)
 
|DirectedBy = Saburo Hashimoto & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Michael Reaves<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves & Eric Luke
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1994|10|26}}
 
|ProdCode = 003
 
|ShortSummary = Having been awakened in [[Manhattan]] in the year 1994 by industrialist [[David Xanatos]], a furious battle breaks out causing detective Elisa Maza to investigate and discovers then befriends Goliath. Xanatos informs Goliath that three important computer disks had been stolen during the raid and implores their help to retrieve them.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 4
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 4
 
|Title = Awakening (Part 4)
 
|DirectedBy = Saburo Hashimoto & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Michael Reaves<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves & Eric Luke
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1994|10|27}}
 
|ProdCode = 004
 
|ShortSummary = Goliath and Elisa name the former leader Hudson after the [[Hudson River]] before going to explore the city. In Central Park, Goliath and Elisa are ambushed by the men who had attacked the castle. Goliath turns to stone and Elisa saves his life by drawing the guards away from him. It is revealed that [[Demona|Goliath's mate]] had survived the attack on the castle as well, and in thanks agrees to retrieve the data disks.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 5
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 5
 
|Title = Awakening (Part 5)
 
|DirectedBy = Takamitsu Kawamura & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Michael Reaves<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves & Eric Luke
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1994|10|28}}
 
|ProdCode = 005
 
|ShortSummary = The clan goes to retrieve the data disks, Hudson goes to an underground bunker with Bronx. Brooklyn, Broadway and Lexington attack a Cyberbiotics tower on land while Demona and Goliath take their airship, which Demona mercilessly sets to crash before they escape. After Elisa discovers and tells Goliath about Xanatos' deception, he reveals robotic Gargoyles to kill the group. Demona also reveals her name and her allegiances both with the Captain at Wyvern and with Xanatos. When both she and Elisa are put in danger, Goliath must make a choice of who to save.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 6
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 6
 
|Title = The Thrill of the Hunt
 
|DirectedBy = Saburo Hashimoto & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1994|11|4}}
 
|ProdCode = 006
 
|ShortSummary = "[[Pack (Gargoyles)|The Pack]]" is a popular television show that the Gargoyles enjoy, not knowing the difference between television and reality. Lexington befriends them and offers to introduce them to Goliath who is untrusting of the situation. Little does Lexington know that the Pack has learned about them and has a deadly hunt planned against the two of them.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 7
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 7
 
|Title = Temptation
 
|DirectedBy = Saburo Hashimoto & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = [[Brynne Chandler Reaves]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1994|11|11}}
 
|ProdCode = 007
 
|ShortSummary = Brooklyn takes a motorcycle Lex built out on the town and meets a biker gang who attack him upon realizing he's not human. He is saved by Demona who explains her belief that humans and gargoyles will never co-exist, convincing Brooklyn to deliver her the Grimorum Arkanorum to show Goliath the truth of her plight, little does he realize her plans include removing Goliath's will and putting them both in danger.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 8
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 8
 
|Title = Deadly Force
 
|DirectedBy = Saburo Hashimoto & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1994|11|18}}
 
|ProdCode = 008
 
|ShortSummary = Mobster Anthony Dracon steals a shipment of high powered laser weapons from Xanatos to distribute them on the streets. Broadway, having seen a western movie accidentally shoots Elisa with her own gun, sending him on a trip to hunt down all arms dealers to alleviate his own guilt while the Mazas and Goliath suspect Dracon of shooting her and putting her in a fight of life and death.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 9
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 9
 
|Title = Enter MacBeth
 
|DirectedBy = Saburo Hashimoto & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = [[Steve Perry (author)|Steve Perry]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|1|6}}
 
|ProdCode = 009
 
|ShortSummary = With Xanatos' release coming up, Elisa tries and fails to convince Goliath to move out of the castle, meanwhile a man named MacBeth who knows all about gargoyles offers to clear them from Xanatos' home. His real goal is Demona and to prove his point he captures Lex, Brooklyn and Bronx forcing Goliath into a confrontation with him.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 10
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 10
 
|Title = The Edge
 
|DirectedBy = Saburo Hashimoto & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|1|13}}
 
|ProdCode = 010
 
|ShortSummary = Elisa is assigned a partner, conspiracy theorist Matt Bluestone. Their first case involves the theft of an artifact donated by Xanatos "The Eye of Odin" which is stolen by a Gargoyle-like figure. Realizing the Steel Clan has returned, the gargoyles rush in for a confrontation with them as Xanatos has something he needs to prove to himself.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 11
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 11
 
|Title = Long Way to Morning
 
|DirectedBy = Takamitsu Kawamura & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = Brynne Chandler Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|1|20}}
 
|ProdCode = 011
 
|ShortSummary = Hudson has to keep Goliath alive as Demona hunts them down, remembering old times in a similar survival situation, Hudson has to make sure Demona doesn't catch them until the sun rises and Goliath is back to his full strength.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 12
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 12
 
|Title = Her Brother's Keeper
 
|DirectedBy = Takamitsu Kawamura & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|1|27}}
 
|ProdCode = 012
 
|ShortSummary = Jackal and Hyena return to steal a diamond Xanatos intends to buy. Elisa's brother Derek Maza saves Xanatos' life and Xanatos offers him a job as a pilot and body guard, which Elisa abhors. Derek takes the job as Elisa sets out to prove Xanatos' ploy while Jackal and Hyena target Xanatos again forcing the Gargoyles to take action. Elisa decides to leave it up to Derek to choose whether or not to listen to her evidence.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 13
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 13
 
|Title = Reawakening
 
|DirectedBy = Saburo Hashimoto & Kazuo Terada
 
|WrittenBy = Brynne Chandler Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|2|3}}
 
|ProdCode = 013
 
|ShortSummary = Demona and Xanatos combine science and sorcery together to resurrect Goliath's rookery brother [[Coldstone (Gargoyles)|Coldstone]] who blames Goliath for the deaths of the entire clan and goes on a city-wide rampage.
 
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=== Season 2 (1995–1996) ===
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5. Enter MacBeth: With Xanatos' release coming up, Elisa tries and fails to convince Goliath to move out of the castle, meanwhile a man named MacBeth who knows all about gargoyles offers to clear them from Xanatos' home. His real goal is Demona and to prove his point he captures Lex, Brooklyn and Bronx forcing Goliath into a confrontation with him.
The second season premiered on September 4, 1995, and consisted of 52 episodes. The Gargoyles have now sworn to protect their adopted city of New York, while still keeping themselves secret from the public.
 
   
Beginning with the three-part episode "Avalon" and continuing for much of the rest of the season, episodes focus on a small group of characters Goliath, his daughter Angela, Elisa, and Bronx who are sent on a series of quests by the magical island of Avalon. This long [[story arc]] has been informally dubbed the "World Tour" by Gargoyles fans. The season concludes with a series of interrelated stories that begins with the two-part episode "The Gathering".
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6. The Edge: Elisa is assigned a partner, conspiracy theorist Matt Bluestone. Their first case involves the theft of an artifact donated by Xanatos "The Eye of Odin" which is stolen by a Gargoyle-like figure. Realizing the Steel Clan has returned, the gargoyles rush in for a confrontation with them as Xanatos has something he needs to prove to himself.
   
{{Cquote|One thousand years ago, superstition and the sword ruled. It was a time of darkness. It was a world of fear. It was the age of gargoyles. Stone by day, warriors by night, we were betrayed by the humans we had sworn to protect, frozen in stone by a magic spell for a thousand years. Now, here in Manhattan, the spell is broken, and we live again! We are defenders of the night. We are Gargoyles!|Keith David as Goliath}}
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7. Long Way to Morning: Hudson has to keep Goliath alive as Demona hunts them down, remembering old times in a similar survival situation, Hudson has to make sure Demona doesn't catch them until the sun rises and Goliath is back to his full strength.
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|EpisodeNumber = 14
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 1
 
|Title = Leader of the Pack
 
|DirectedBy = [[Frank Paur]]
 
|WrittenBy = [[Steve Perry (author)|Steve Perry]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|4}}
 
|ProdCode = 014
 
|ShortSummary = Dingo, led by a new Pack member named Coyote, powered by a cybernetic suit of armor break Jackal, Hyena and Wolf out of jail. Fox remains behind as the others escape to exact revenge on the Gargoyles though Coyote and Wolf vie for the leadership of the Pack, they are shocked to learn who lies behind the mask.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 15
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 2
 
|Title = Metamorphosis
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = [[Lydia Marano]] & [[Brynne Chandler Reaves]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|5}}
 
|ProdCode = 016
 
|ShortSummary = Geneticist Doctor Sevarius was hired by Xanatos to create replicas of the Gargoyles, but the mutations he's created are a cross between jungle cats, bats and electric eels. Derek shields Xanatos from an attack and is infected by the Mutate serum, but the Gargoyles raid the facility before Sevarius is complete and he is killed indirectly as a result.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 16
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 3
 
|Title = Legion
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = [[Marty Isenberg]] & [[Robert N. Skir]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|6}}
 
|ProdCode = 015
 
|ShortSummary = Coldstone is reactivated, but some sort of virus begins to effect him as Goliath tries to get him to join his clan, his mind had been merged with the personalities of two other Gargoyles and one of them holds a grudge seemingly bigger and more malicious than Demona's.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 17
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 4
 
|Title = A Lighthouse in the Sea of Time
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano & Brynne Chandler Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|7}}
 
|ProdCode = 017
 
|ShortSummary = MacBeth steals a set of scrolls, supposedly written by [[Merlin]] himself. Meanwhile, Hudson befriends a blind writer named Jeffrey Robbins who teaches the value of reading to the illiterate old warrior.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 18
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 5
 
|Title = The Mirror
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|11}}
 
|ProdCode = 021
 
|ShortSummary = A magical mirror is stolen by Demona who frees the mischievous [[Oberon's Children|Puck]] from it; purposely re-interpreting Demona's wishes, he makes the Gargoyles human and the humans gargoyles. In the chaos Goliath and the others are able to detain him and send Demona fleeing, but as a gift for the fun he'd had, Puck grants Demona to become human during the day instead of her vulnerable stone sleep.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 19
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 6
 
|Title = The Silver Falcon
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = [[Cary Bates]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|12}}
 
|ProdCode = 018
 
|ShortSummary = Matt disappears following a lead to the [[Illuminati]]. Elisa and Broadway, in traditional noir fashion investigate his case in order to find him in the clutches of Dracon and his grandfather Dominick, a suspected member of the Illuminati.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 20
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 7
 
|Title = Eye of the Beholder
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = Steve Perry
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|13}}
 
|ProdCode = 019
 
|ShortSummary = On Halloween, the Gargoyles go out into public while Xanatos proposes to Fox, giving her the Eye of Odin as a wedding gift. The gift's magical properties come to light during the full moon, and she becomes a mighty [[werewolf]]-like beast that threatens both Xanatos and the general population. Goliath is forced to help Xanatos and realizes that even he is capable of true love.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 21
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 8
 
|Title = Vows
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = [[Shari Goodhartz]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|14}}
 
|ProdCode = 020
 
|ShortSummary = During Xanatos and Fox's wedding, Goliath who was asked to be the best man is attacked by Demona wielding another magical artifact; the Phoenix Gate, which she uses to send herself, Goliath, Elisa, Xanatos, Fox and Xanatos' father back in time to Castle Wyvern, where Demona hopes to convince her younger self to betray her mate Goliath and change the future.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 22
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 9
 
|Title = City of Stone (Part 1)
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Lydia Marano & Brynne Chandler Reaves<br />''Story by:'' [[Michael Reaves]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|18}}
 
|ProdCode = 022
 
|ShortSummary = Demona plots with Xanatos to steal one minute of life from everyone in the city, an excuse for how she's lived for over 1000 years. The [[Oberon's children#Weird Sisters|Weird Sisters]] appear and watch as the spell Demona casts instead turns the humans to stone during the night, allowing Demona to easily dispatch them as she remembers her true life. Growing old in fear of humans until offered safe haven in a new castle.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 23
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 10
 
|Title = City of Stone (Part 2)
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Lydia Marano & Brynne Chandler Reaves<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|19}}
 
|ProdCode = 023
 
|ShortSummary = Xanatos and the Gargoyles research a way to break the spell while Demona remembers more of her past, a misunderstanding leading to her betrayal of a king and the creation of the [[Hunter (Gargoyles)|Hunters]].
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 24
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 11
 
|Title = City of Stone (Part 3)
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Lydia Marano & [rynne Chandler Reaves<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|20}}
 
|ProdCode = 024
 
|ShortSummary = Aged considerably in the past, Demona meets MacBeth and the two make a pact, conjured by a trio of witches to bind their lives together, granting them eternal use and binding pain until one kills the other. Meanwhile in the present, Goliath is approached by the Weird Sisters offering their help as a new Hunter tries to kill Demona.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 25
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 12
 
|Title = City of Stone (Part 4)
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Lydia Marano & Brynne Chandler Reaves<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|21}}
 
|ProdCode = 025
 
|ShortSummary = The new Hunter is revealed to be MacBeth whose story comes to life after a centuries long betrayal by Demona sets them in a battle that endangers everyone, meanwhile the Gargoyles and Xanatos formulate a way to break the spell.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 26
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 13
 
|Title = High Noon
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|25}}
 
|ProdCode = 026
 
|ShortSummary = MacBeth and Demona work together to free Coldstone's evil personality to help them to destroy the Gargoyles, the secret of Demona's human form during the day is revealed to Elisa as she confronts the two alone during the day.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 27
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 14
 
|Title = Outfoxed
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|9|28}}
 
|ProdCode = 027
 
|ShortSummary = Concerned that Xanatos will sabotage a state-of-the-art flying fortress, Goliath vows to protect it, but is captured by the ship's owner, Cyberbiotics' CEO [[List of Gargoyles characters#Humans|Halcyon Renard]], and his assistant [[List of Gargoyles characters#Humans|Preston Vogel]]. His morality questioned by Renard, Goliath is forced to admit something about their previous attack on the air ship, despite being misled by Xanatos.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 28
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 15
 
|Title = The Price
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Michael Reaves<br />''Story by:'' [[Lee Nordling]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|10|12}}
 
|ProdCode = 032
 
|ShortSummary = Hudson does not wake from his stone sleep after an attack by MacBeth who was seemingly destroyed in the fray, little does Goliath realize that this is just a ruse by Xanatos who seeks a test subject to a cauldron that is said to make whoever bathes in it live "As long as the mountain stones." Meanwhile, Hudson proves himself even in his advanced age, a worthy adversary to thwart Xanatos' plans.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 29
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 16
 
|Title = Revelations
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|10|26}}
 
|ProdCode = 033
 
|ShortSummary = Matt Bluestone is finally shown the truth about the Gargoyles by a man supposedly a member of the Illuminati, to make up for Elisa's deceit, Matt enlists Goliath's help to uncover the Illuminati, who seek to capture him for their own personal gains.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 30
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 17
 
|Title = Double Jeopardy
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|11|6}}
 
|ProdCode = 030
 
|ShortSummary = Mysterious sightings of a gargoyle who looks and sounds like Goliath leads he and Elisa to his clone [[Thailog]], who had been using his three "fathers" Goliath, Xanatos, and Anton Sevarius and captures them for an amount of wealth with which to plot human domination.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 31
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 18
 
|Title = Upgrade
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = [[Adam Gilad]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|11|9}}
 
|ProdCode = 028
 
|ShortSummary = The Pack receive genetic and technological upgrades to their bodies from Coyote and prove to be more than a match for Goliath, Elisa, Bronx and Hudson who are captured. Meanwhile, vying for place as second in command, Brooklyn, Lex and Broadway must come up with a plan to free their friends and defeat the Pack
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 32
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 19
 
|Title = Protection
 
|DirectedBy = [[Butch Lukic]]
 
|WrittenBy = [[Gary Sperling]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|11|13}}
 
|ProdCode = 031
 
|ShortSummary = Elisa is acting strangely, so Goliath and Broadway go to investigate. They discover that gangster Tony Dracon is running a protection racket, and Elisa seems to have joined him.
 
|LineColor = b3150c
 
}}
 
{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 33
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 20
 
|Title = The Cage
 
|DirectedBy = [[Dennis J. Woodyard]]
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|11|16}}
 
|ProdCode = 029
 
|ShortSummary = Goliath goes to extreme lengths to help Elisa's brother and the other Mutates, even kidnapping Sevarius to force him to make a cure. But with the Mutates blaming Goliath for their condition, things get tense.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 34
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 21
 
|Title = Avalon (Part 1)
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|11|20}}
 
|ProdCode = 034
 
|ShortSummary = [[Avalon Clan|Tom]], the boy from Castle Wyvern, appears in New York fully grown and asks Goliath for his help in defeating the [[Archmage (Gargoyles)|Archmage]], Macbeth, Demona, and the Weird Sisters on the mystical island of Avalon.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 35
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 22
 
|Title = Avalon (Part 2)
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|11|21}}
 
|ProdCode = 035
 
|ShortSummary = Goliath, Elisa and Bronx accompany Tom to Avalon to stop the Archmage and in doing so find out what happened 1000 years ago. Through a series of flash backs leading from Hudson's final mission as leader against the Archmage, it is revealed that he'd been saved by his future self, setting up the creation of Demona and MacBeth's present roles.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 36
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 23
 
|Title = Avalon (Part 3)
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|11|22}}
 
|ProdCode = 036
 
|ShortSummary = Discovering that his clan's rookery eggs had survived and their children are thriving on Avalon, Goliath enlists their help in finding a way to defeat the Archmage and with their help, resurrects a sleeping [[King Arthur]] who resides on Avalon.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 37
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 24
 
|Title = Shadows of the Past
 
|DirectedBy = [[Kazuo Terada]]
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Michael Reaves & Brynne Chandler Reaves<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|11|23}}
 
|ProdCode = 037
 
|ShortSummary = The magic of Avalon sends the travelers; Goliath, Angela, Bronx and Elisa, to where they need to be, and they land on the shores of the former site of Castle Wyvern. Goliath becomes possessed by horrific hauntings, and the group discovers two souls that had died centuries before still haunt the place and have a bone to pick with the gargoyles.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 38
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 25
 
|Title = Heritage
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = Adam Gilad
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|11|27}}
 
|ProdCode = 042
 
|ShortSummary = Arriving in [[Canada]], the world tourists encounter their first [[Oberon's children|children of Oberon]] through Grandmother, Natsilane, who is trying to teach her skeptical grandson the ways of her magic in order to face the malevolent Raven, who terrorizes the area.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 39
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 26
 
|Title = Monsters
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|11|28}}
 
|ProdCode = 039
 
|ShortSummary = Returning to Scotland, this time at Loch Ness the world tourists encounter Dr. Sevarius and the [[Loch Ness Monster]]. Angela discovers her true parentage from Sevarius as she tries to save Nessie from his experiments and bonds with the youngling.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 40
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 27
 
|Title = Golem
 
|DirectedBy = Frank Paur
 
|WrittenBy = Gary Sperling
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|12|14}}
 
|ProdCode = 038
 
|ShortSummary = Arriving in [[Prague]], Goliath, Elisa, and Bronx come across Halcyon Reynard who wants to make himself immortal by taking the form of the mythical [[Golem]]. With his integrity called into question, Renard must decide if that or his life are the higher price.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 41
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 28
 
|Title = Sanctuary
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|12|18}}
 
|ProdCode = 041
 
|ShortSummary = Arriving in [[Paris]], Goliath and Elisa must put a stop to Demona under her human guise of Dominique Destine, currently courting MacBeth for marriage. Little do they realize she and Thailog have other plans in mind for him.
 
|LineColor = b3150c
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 42
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 29
 
|Title = M.I.A.
 
|DirectedBy = Kazuro Terada
 
|WrittenBy = [[Robert Cohen (writer)|Robert Cohen]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|12|21}}
 
|ProdCode = 047
 
|ShortSummary = In [[London]], the World Tourists encounter the London Clan gargoyle leaders, who blame Goliath for their comrade Griff's vanishing decades previously, during the [[Battle of Britain]]. With the use of the Phoenix Gate, Goliath travels back to discover what really happened to him.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 43
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 30
 
|Title = Grief
 
|DirectedBy = [[Takamitsu Kawamura]] & Kazuro Terada
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Michael Reaves & Brynne Chandler Reaves<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1995|12|28}}
 
|ProdCode = 040
 
|ShortSummary = The World Tourists arrive in [[Egypt]] where they encounter a bereaved Emir under the employ of Xanatos seeking to control the death god and child of Oberon, [[Anubis]]. Jackal and Hyena oversee the operation and cause trouble for the Gargoyles and Elisa who try to interfere.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 44
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 31
 
|Title = Kingdom
 
|DirectedBy = [[Bob Kline]]
 
|WrittenBy = Marty Isenberg & Robert N. Skir
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|5}}
 
|ProdCode = 044
 
|ShortSummary = While Brooklyn struggles to assert his authority in the wake of Goliath's mysterious disappearance, Fang conspires to rule over his fellow Mutates in the [[Labyrinth]].
 
|LineColor = b3150c
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 45
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 32
 
|Title = The Hound of Ulster
 
|DirectedBy = Bob Kline
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' [[Diane Duane]] & [[Peter Morwood]]<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|6}}
 
|ProdCode = 048
 
|ShortSummary = The World Tourists arrive in Ireland and encounter the [[Banshee]] who is keeping the attention of young human named Rory from his discovering a powerful secret, but Bronx reminds him of he truly was in a past life and aids in the rescue of Goliath, Elisa and Angela who are imprisoned by her.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 46
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 33
 
|Title = Walkabout
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Steve Perry<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|7}}
 
|ProdCode = 043
 
|ShortSummary = Arriving in [[Australia]], the Tourists must ally with Dingo, Fox and her mother, Anastasia Reynard, to stop out-of-control nanobots. Their journey leads Dingo and Goliath on a vision quest in order to confront it.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 47
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 34
 
|Title = Mark of the Panther
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|8}}
 
|ProdCode = 045
 
|ShortSummary = The World Tourists arrive in [[Nigeria]] where Elisa's mother Diane and a group of story tellers are attacked by poachers. A friend of hers, a man who sought out another of Oberon's children [[Anansi]] to become a panther fends them off and they discover that every story has a price.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 48
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 35
 
|Title = Pendragon
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|12}}
 
|ProdCode = 049
 
|ShortSummary = Arthur Pendragon and Griff are sent to New York by a magic incantation where they discover Goliath's clan in a quest to retrieve [[Excalibur]] from the [[Lady in the Lake]] but MacBeth discovers this plan and fitting a description of Arthur in himself, seeks to find the sword first.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 49
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 36
 
|Title = Eye of the Storm
 
|DirectedBy = Bob Kline
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|13}}
 
|ProdCode = 050
 
|ShortSummary = Goliath and the others arrive in Scandinavia where Elisa and Angela's lives are put into peril by [[Odin]] who seeks to claim his eye. Goliath dons the talisman in order to prevent it, but becomes more of a danger to his friends than his enemies by its sheer power.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 50
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 37
 
|Title = The New Olympians
 
|DirectedBy = Bob Kline
 
|WrittenBy = Adam Gilad
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|14}}
 
|ProdCode = 051
 
|ShortSummary = The world tourists arrive in a hidden city of [[Legendary creature|mythological creatures]] and Elisa is imprisoned as a direct result of their hatred and distrust of humans by the captain of the guard Taurus, but an even greater danger arises with the shape-shifting Proteus who tries to escape imprisonment by impersonating Elisa, Goliath and Taurus.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 51
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 38
 
|Title = The Green
 
|DirectedBy = Takamitsu Kawamura & Kazuro Terada
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|15}}
 
|ProdCode = 054
 
|ShortSummary = The world tourists arrive in a [[rainforest]] in [[Guatemala]] where a clan of Gargoyles capable of resisting stone sleep due to magical talismans fend their temple off from loggers and hired hands Jackal and Hyena.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 52
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 39
 
|Title = Sentinel
 
|DirectedBy = Bob Kline
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|19}}
 
|ProdCode = 046
 
|ShortSummary = The world tourists arrive on [[Easter Island]] and encounter an alien sentry who is stubbornly convinced that the gargoyles are alien enemies of Earth.
 
|LineColor = b3150c
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 53
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 40
 
|Title = Bushido
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Gary Sperling
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|20}}
 
|ProdCode = 055
 
|ShortSummary = The world tourists come to a Japanese village where a large gargoyle clan lives harmoniously with the resident humans, except for one who wants to exploit them.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 54
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 41
 
|Title = Cloud Fathers
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|21}}
 
|ProdCode = 053
 
|ShortSummary = The world tourists arrive in [[Flagstaff, Arizona]] where they meet Elisa's father and younger sister, as well as another child of Oberon, the trickster [[Coyote (mythology)|Coyote]].
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 55
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 42
 
|Title = Ill Met by Moonlight
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Diane Duane & Peter Morwood<br />''Story by:'' Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|2|22}}
 
|ProdCode = 052
 
|ShortSummary = When Goliath and company return to [[Avalon]], the faerie lord [[Oberon's children|Oberon]] and his queen Titania return as well after a millennium-long exile. Trouble ensues when Oberon decides to evict the Avalon Clan from his island.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 56
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 43
 
|Title = Future Tense
 
|DirectedBy = Bob Kline
 
|WrittenBy = Marty Isenberg & Robert N. Skir
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|4|25}}
 
|ProdCode = 056
 
|ShortSummary = Finally released from Avalon's spell, Goliath, Elisa, and Bronx arrive back in New York, only to discover that 40 years have passed, and many things have changed for the worse.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 57
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 44
 
|Title = The Gathering (Part 1)
 
|DirectedBy = Bob Kline
 
|WrittenBy = Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|4|29}}
 
|ProdCode = 057
 
|ShortSummary = Oberon recalls his children to Avalon, but Puck has other plans. Meanwhile, Fox and Xanatos are expecting their first baby with Owen, Anastasia, Halcion Reynard and Preston Vougel all present when Oberon arrives and puts the entire city to sleep. Goliath, Angela, Bronx and Elisa finally return home from their world tour.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 58
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 45
 
|Title = The Gathering (Part 2)
 
|DirectedBy = Bob Kline
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Lydia Marano & Gary Sperling<br />''Story by:'' Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|4|30}}
 
|ProdCode = 058
 
|ShortSummary = The Gargoyles and Xanatos' resources defend the castle against Oberon's onslaught, it's discovered that Anastasia is Queen Titania which marks potential for their son Alexander to hold magic and they agree against Fox or Xanatos' wishes to take him to Avalon for magical training.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 59
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 46
 
|Title = Vendettas
 
|DirectedBy = Bob Kline
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|5|1}}
 
|ProdCode = 059
 
|ShortSummary = While Goliath and Hudson battle Wolf from the Pack, who is armed with a battle axe possessed by the spirit of Hakon, another assailant ineptly pursues the two for his own revenge.
 
|LineColor = b3150c
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 60
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 47
 
|Title = Turf
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Marty Isenberg & Robert N. Skir
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|5|6}}
 
|ProdCode = 060
 
|ShortSummary = The young Gargoyles' attempts to help Elisa interfere with a gang war is complicated with the males fighting over the right to court Angela.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 61
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 48
 
|Title = The Reckoning
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = ''Teleplay by:'' Gary Sperling<br />''Story by:'' Lydia Marano
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|5|7}}
 
|ProdCode = 061
 
|ShortSummary = The Manhattan Clan captures Demona, only to find that they are falling into a trap involving Fang and Thailog's new gargoyle Clones. Meanwhile, Demona finally meets face-to-face with her daughter Angela, and attempts to bond with her.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 62
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 49
 
|Title = Possession
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|5|8}}
 
|ProdCode = 062
 
|ShortSummary = Xanatos attempts to carry out part of his repayment for the clan's assistance, but things go dangerously awry when Puck intervenes with possessing Angela, Broadway and Brooklyn with the three spirits that dwelled within Coldstone.
 
|LineColor = b3150c
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 63
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 50
 
|Title = Hunter's Moon (Part 1)
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996}}
 
|ProdCode = 063
 
|ShortSummary = The Clan finds itself attacked by the current generation of Hunters; Jason, Robyn, and Jon Canmore. All of whom have ties to Elisa, Demona and Xanatos without their knowledge.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 64
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 51
 
|Title = Hunter's Moon (Part 2)
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996}}
 
|ProdCode = 064
 
|ShortSummary = The Clan members reluctantly ally themselves with Demona against the Hunters, only to have their opponents strike hard at them when they are most vulnerable; at home in the clock tower.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|EpisodeNumber = 65
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 52
 
|Title = Hunter's Moon (Part 3)
 
|DirectedBy = Dennis J. Woodyard
 
|WrittenBy = Michael Reaves
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996}}
 
|ProdCode = 065
 
|ShortSummary = After destroying their home, the Hunters publicly expose the Clan. In the meantime, Demona creates a virus that will wipe out humanity while a mystical gargoyle protects her kind from it. However, a fight between the Hunters and the Manhattan Clan breaks out before she proceeds her plan, losing the artifact and giving up her plans. Two of the Hunters see the errors of their ways by seeing how much the Manhattan Clan is trying to save them, but the third does not, vowing to continue vengeance.
 
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=== Season 3: The Goliath Chronicles (1996–1997) ===
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8. Her Brother's Keeper: Jackal and Hyena return to steal a diamond Xanatos intends to buy. Elisa's brother Derek Maza saves Xanatos' life and Xanatos offers him a job as a pilot and body guard, which Elisa abhors. Derek takes the job as Elisa sets out to prove Xanatos' ploy while Jackal and Hyena target Xanatos again forcing the Gargoyles to take action. Elisa decides to leave it up to Derek to choose whether or not to listen to her evidence.
Disney cancelled the original show's syndicated run in 1996, but ABC immediately snatched it up, renaming it ''Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles''. The revamped show, with a largely new staff of writers and animators, ran on ABC's Saturday morning schedule for a single season consisting of 13 episodes.
 
   
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9. Reawakening: Demona and Xanatos combine science and sorcery together to resurrect Goliath's rookery brother [[Coldstone (Gargoyles)|Coldstone]] who blames Goliath for the deaths of the entire clan and goes on a city-wide rampage.
   
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10. Leader of the Pack: Dingo, led by a new Pack member named Coyote, powered by a cybernetic suit of armor break Jackal, Hyena and Wolf out of jail. Fox remains behind as the others escape to exact revenge on the Gargoyles though Coyote and Wolf vie for the leadership of the Pack, they are shocked to learn who lies behind the mask.
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11. Metamorphosis: Geneticist Doctor Sevarius was hired by Xanatos to create replicas of the Gargoyles, but the mutations he's created are a cross between jungle cats, bats and electric eels. Derek shields Xanatos from an attack and is infected by the Mutate serum, but the Gargoyles raid the facility before Sevarius is complete and he is killed indirectly as a result.
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12. Legion: Coldstone is reactivated, but some sort of virus begins to effect him as Goliath tries to get him to join his clan, his mind had been merged with the personalities of two other Gargoyles and one of them holds a grudge seemingly bigger and more malicious than Demona's.
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13. A Lighthouse in the Sea of Time: MacBeth steals a set of scrolls, supposedly written by [[Merlin]] himself. Meanwhile, Hudson befriends a blind writer named Jeffrey Robbins who teaches the value of reading to the illiterate old warrior.
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14. The Mirror: A magical mirror is stolen by Demona who frees the mischievous [[Oberon's Children|Puck]] from it; purposely re-interpreting Demona's wishes, he makes the Gargoyles human and the humans gargoyles. In the chaos Goliath and the others are able to detain him and send Demona fleeing, but as a gift for the fun he'd had, Puck grants Demona to become human during the day instead of her vulnerable stone sleep.
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15. The Silver Falcon: Matt disappears following a lead to the [[Illuminati]]. Elisa and Broadway, in traditional noir fashion investigate his case in order to find him in the clutches of Dracon and his grandfather Dominick, a suspected member of the Illuminati.
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16. Eye of the Beholder: On Halloween, the Gargoyles go out into public while Xanatos proposes to Fox, giving her the Eye of Odin as a wedding gift. The gift's magical properties come to light during the full moon, and she becomes a mighty [[werewolf]]-like beast that threatens both Xanatos and the general population. Goliath is forced to help Xanatos and realizes that even he is capable of true love.
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17. Vows: During Xanatos and Fox's wedding, Goliath who was asked to be the best man is attacked by Demona wielding another magical artifact; the Phoenix Gate, which she uses to send herself, Goliath, Elisa, Xanatos, Fox and Xanatos' father back in time to Castle Wyvern, where Demona hopes to convince her younger self to betray her mate Goliath and change the future.
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18. City of Stone: Demona plots with Xanatos to steal one minute of life from everyone in the city, an excuse for how she's lived for over 1000 years. The Oberon's children Weird Sisters appear and watch as the spell Demona casts instead turns the humans to stone during the night, allowing Demona to easily dispatch them as she remembers her true life. Growing old in fear of humans until offered safe haven in a new castle.
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Xanatos and the Gargoyles research a way to break the spell while Demona remembers more of her past, a misunderstanding leading to her betrayal of a king and the creation of the Hunters.
|ShortSummary = The public are now fully aware of the Manhattan clan's existence. Soon an anti-Gargoyle group called the Quarrymen, led by former hunter John Castaway, are created, planning to kill the gargoyles while they sleep during the day.
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Aged considerably in the past, Demona meets MacBeth and the two make a pact, conjured by a trio of witches to bind their lives together, granting them eternal use and binding pain until one kills the other. Meanwhile in the present, Goliath is approached by the Weird Sisters offering their help as a new Hunter tries to kill Demona.
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The new Hunter is revealed to be MacBeth whose story comes to life after a centuries long betrayal by Demona sets them in a battle that endangers everyone, meanwhile the Gargoyles and Xanatos formulate a way to break the spell.
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19. High Noon: MacBeth and Demona work together to free Coldstone's evil personality to help them to destroy the Gargoyles, the secret of Demona's human form during the day is revealed to Elisa as she confronts the two alone during the day.
|EpisodeNumber = 67
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|EpisodeNumber2 = 2
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20. Outfoxed: Concerned that Xanatos will sabotage a state-of-the-art flying fortress, Goliath vows to protect it, but is captured by the ship's owner, Cyberbiotics' CEO Halcyon Renard, and his assistant Preston Vogel. His morality questioned by Renard, Goliath is forced to admit something about their previous attack on the air ship, despite being misled by Xanatos.
|Title = Ransom
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|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
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21. The Price: Hudson does not wake from his stone sleep after an attack by MacBeth who was seemingly destroyed in the fray, little does Goliath realize that this is just a ruse by Xanatos who seeks a test subject to a cauldron that is said to make whoever bathes in it live "As long as the mountain stones." Meanwhile, Hudson proves himself even in his advanced age, a worthy adversary to thwart Xanatos' plans.
|WrittenBy = [[Adam Gilad]]
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|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|9|14}}
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22. Revelations: Matt Bluestone is finally shown the truth about the Gargoyles by a man supposedly a member of the Illuminati, to make up for Elisa's deceit, Matt enlists Goliath's help to uncover the Illuminati, who seek to capture him for their own personal gains.
|ProdCode = 070
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|ShortSummary = An anti-Gargoyle candidate for Mayor of New York kidnaps Alex Xanatos and frames the Gargoyles for it, inciting the wrath of both Xanatos and Lexington. Lexington tracks the culprit down, but ends up caught in a trap and to be used in his speech to the public. After tricking/ escaping from the villain, Lexington saves Alex and returns him home to Fox and Xanatos. The episode ends with Lexingon turning to stone as he rocked Alex; Alex gave Lexington a kiss on the check.
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23. Double Jeopardy: Mysterious sightings of a gargoyle who looks and sounds like Goliath leads he and Elisa to his clone [[Thailog]], who had been using his three "fathers" Goliath, Xanatos, and Anton Sevarius and captures them for an amount of wealth with which to plot human domination.
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24. Upgrade: The Pack receive genetic and technological upgrades to their bodies from Coyote and prove to be more than a match for Goliath, Elisa, Bronx and Hudson who are captured. Meanwhile, vying for place as second in command, Brooklyn, Lex and Broadway must come up with a plan to free their friends and defeat the Pack
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25. Protection: Elisa is acting strangely, so Goliath and Broadway go to investigate. They discover that gangster Tony Dracon is running a protection racket, and Elisa seems to have joined him.
|EpisodeNumber2 = 3
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|Title = Runaways
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26. The Cage: Goliath goes to extreme lengths to help Elisa's brother and the other Mutates, even kidnapping Sevarius to force him to make a cure. But with the Mutates blaming Goliath for their condition, things get tense.
|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
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|WrittenBy = [[Lydia Marano]]
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27. Avalon: Tom, the boy from Castle Wyvern, appears in NY fully grown and asks Goliath for his help in defeating the Archmage, Macbeth, Demona, &the Weird Sisters on the mystical island of Avalon.
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|9|21}}
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Goliath, Elisa and Bronx accompany Tom to Avalon to stop the Archmage and in doing so find out what happened 1000 years ago. Through a series of flash backs leading from Hudson's final mission as leader against the Archmage, it is revealed that he'd been saved by his future self, setting up the creation of Demona and MacBeth's present roles.
|ProdCode = 069
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Discovering that his clan's rookery eggs had survived and their children are thriving on Avalon, Goliath enlists their help in finding a way to defeat the Archmage and with their help, resurrects a sleeping King Arthur who resides on Avalon.
|ShortSummary = After a heated argument with Goliath, Brooklyn runs away from the castle and befriends two [[Runaway youth|runaway]] teenagers. Through a series of events, Brooklyn realizes Goliath was just looking out for him and trying to show him how to be responsible, and the runaways are reunited with their parents.
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28. Shadows of the Past: The magic of Avalon sends the travelers; Goliath, Angela, Bronx and Elisa, to where they need to be, and they land on the shores of the former site of Castle Wyvern. Goliath becomes possessed by horrific hauntings, and the group discovers two souls that had died centuries before still haunt the place and have a bone to pick with the gargoyles.
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29. Heritage: Arriving in Canada, the world tourists encounter their first Oberon's children through Grandmother, Natsilane, who is trying to teach her skeptical grandson the ways of her magic in order to face the malevolent Raven, who terrorizes the area.
|EpisodeNumber = 69
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|EpisodeNumber2 = 4
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30. Monsters: Returning to Scotland, this time at Loch Ness the world tourists encounter Dr. Sevarius and the Loch Ness Monster. Angela discovers her true parentage from Sevarius as she tries to save Nessie from his experiments and bonds with the youngling.
|Title = Broadway Goes to Hollywood
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|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
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31. Golem: Arriving in Prague, Goliath, Elisa, and Bronx come across Halcyon Reynard who wants to make himself immortal by taking the form of the mythical Golem. With his integrity called into question, Renard must decide if that or his life are the higher price.
|WrittenBy = [[Cary Bates]]
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|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|9|28}}
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32. Sanctuary: Arriving in Paris, Goliath and Elisa must put a stop to Demona under her human guise of Dominique Destine, currently courting MacBeth for marriage. Little do they realize she and Thailog have other plans in mind for him.
|ProdCode = 071
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|ShortSummary = Seeking to improve the Gargoyles' image, Fox helps Broadway go to Hollywood to start a TV career.
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33. M.I.A.: In London, the World Tourists encounter the London Clan, who blame Goliath for their comrade Griff's vanishing decades previously, during the Battle of Britain. With the use of the Phoenix Gate, Goliath travels back to discover what really happened to him.
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34. Grief: The World Tourists arrive in Egypt where they encounter a bereaved Emir under the employ of Xanatos seeking to control the death god and child of Oberon, Anubis. Jackal and Hyena oversee the operation and cause trouble for the Gargoyles and Elisa who try to interfere.
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|EpisodeNumber = 70
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35. Kingdom: While Brooklyn struggles to assert his authority in the wake of Goliath's mysterious disappearance, Fang conspires to rule over his fellow Mutates in the [[Labyrinth]].
|EpisodeNumber2 = 5
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|Title = A Bronx Tail
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36. The Hound of Ulster: The World Tourists arrive in Ireland and encounter the Banshee who is keeping the attention of young human named Rory from his discovering a powerful secret, but Bronx reminds him of he truly was in a past life and aids in the rescue of Goliath, Elisa and Angela who are imprisoned by her.
|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
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|WrittenBy = [[Jan Strnad]]
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37. Walkabout: Arriving in Australia, the Tourists must ally with Dingo, Fox and her mother, Anastasia Reynard, to stop out-of-control nanobots. Their journey leads Dingo and Goliath on a vision quest in order to confront it.
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|10|5}}
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|ProdCode = 074
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38. Mark of the Panther: The World Tourists arrive in Nigeria where Elisa's mother Diane and a group of story tellers are attacked by poachers. A friend of hers, a man who sought out another of Oberon's children Anansi to become a panther fends them off and they discover that every story has a price.
|ShortSummary = Bronx befriends a runaway Amish boy while he and Lexington are away from the city.
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39. Pendragon: Arthur Pendragon and Griff are sent to New York by a magic incantation where they discover Goliath's clan in a quest to retrieve Excalibur from the Lady in the Lake but MacBeth discovers this plan and fitting a description of Arthur in himself, seeks to find the sword first
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40. Eye of the Storm: Goliath and the others arrive in Scandinavia where Elisa and Angela's lives are put into peril by Odin who seeks to claim his eye. Goliath dons the talisman in order to prevent it, but becomes more of a danger to his friends than his enemies by its sheer power.
|EpisodeNumber = 71
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|EpisodeNumber2 = 6
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41. The New Olympians: The world tourists arrive in a hidden city of legendary creatures and Elisa is imprisoned as a direct result of their hatred and distrust of humans by the captain of the guard Taurus, but an even greater danger arises with the shape-shifting Proteus who tries to escape imprisonment by impersonating Elisa, Goliath and Taurus.
|Title = The Dying of the Light
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|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
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42. The Green: The world tourists arrive in a rainforest in [[Guatemala]] where Mayan clan capable of resisting stone sleep due to magical talismans fend their temple off from loggers and hired hands Jackal and Hyena.
|WrittenBy = [[Julia Jane Lewald]]
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|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|10|26}}
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43. Sentinel: The world tourists arrive on Easter Island and encounter an alien sentry who is stubbornly convinced that the gargoyles are alien enemies of Earth.
|ProdCode = 076
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|ShortSummary = It is revealed that Hudson is suffering from glaucoma and losing vision in the only eye he can see through. Seeking comfort with his blind friend, Hudson is taken to the hospital, where the surgery is a success. However, quarry men attack and, surprisingly/luckily, the two vision-impaired men defeat them.
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44. Bushido: The world tourists come to a Japanese village where Ishimurai clan lives harmoniously with the resident humans, except for one who wants to exploit them.
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45. Cloud Fathers: The world tourists arrive in Flagstaff, Arizona where they meet Elisa's father and younger sister, as well as another child of Oberon, the trickster Coyote.
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|EpisodeNumber = 72
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46. Ill Met by Moonlight: When Goliath and company return to Avalon, the faerie lord Oberon and his queen Titania return as well after a millennium-long exile. Trouble ensues when Oberon decides to evict the Avalon Clan from his island.
|EpisodeNumber2 = 7
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|Title = And Justice for All
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47. Future Tense: Finally released from Avalon's spell, Goliath, Elisa, and Bronx arrive back in NY, only to discover that 40 years have passed, and many things have changed for the worse.
|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
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|WrittenBy = [[Mark Edward Edens]]
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48. The Gathering: Oberon recalls his children to Avalon, but Puck has other plans. Meanwhile, Fox and Xanatos are expecting their first baby with Owen, Anastasia, Halcion Reynard and Preston Vougel all present when Oberon arrives and puts the entire city to sleep. Goliath, Angela, Bronx and Elisa finally return home from their world tour.
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|11|2}}
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The Gargoyles and Xanatos' resources defend the castle against Oberon's onslaught, it's discovered that Anastasia is Queen Titania which marks potential for their son Alexander to hold magic and they agree against Fox or Xanatos' wishes to take him to Avalon for magical training.
|ProdCode = 075
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|ShortSummary = After foiling a robbery, Goliath is arrested and taken to trial, where a human defends him. He later tricks the true culprit of the robbery into revealing his guilt, earning his pardon.
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49. Vendettas: While Goliath and Hudson battle Wolf from the Pack, who is armed with a battle axe possessed by the spirit of Hakon, another assailant ineptly pursues the two for his own revenge.
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50. Turf: The young Gargoyles' attempts to help Elisa interfere with a gang war is complicated with the males fighting over the right to court Angela.
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|EpisodeNumber = 73
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51. The Reckoning: The Manhattan Clan captures Demona, only to find that they are falling into a trap involving Fang and Thailog's new gargoyle Clones. Meanwhile, Demona finally meets face-to-face with her daughter Angela, and attempts to bond with her.
|EpisodeNumber2 = 8
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|Title = Genesis Undone
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52. Possession: Xanatos attempts to carry out part of his repayment for the clan's assistance, but things go dangerously awry when Puck intervenes with possessing Angela, Broadway and Brooklyn with the three spirits that dwelled within Coldstone.
|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
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|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
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53. Hunter's Moon: Manhattan clan finds itself attacked by the current generation of Hunters; Jason, Robyn, and Jon Canmore. All of whom have ties to Elisa, Demona and Xanatos without their knowledge.
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|11|9}}
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Manhattan clan members reluctantly ally themselves with Demona against the Hunters, only to have their opponents strike hard at them when they are most vulnerable; at home in the clock tower.
|ProdCode = 078
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After destroying their home, the Hunters publicly expose the Clan. In the meantime, Demona creates a virus that will wipe out humanity while a mystical gargoyle protects her kind from it. However, a fight between the Hunters and the Manhattan Clan breaks out before she proceeds her plan, losing the artifact and giving up her plans. Two of the Hunters see the errors of their ways by seeing how much the Manhattan Clan is trying to save them, but the third does not, vowing to continue vengeance.
|ShortSummary = Thailog and his Gargoyle clones are dying. A sympathetic Manhattan clan seeks out Dr. Sevarius to help them. Though Sevarious takes DNA samples from the clan to help heal the clones, he ends up using it to bring a "son" gargoyle alive to be rid of both the clones and the Manhattan Clan. The experiment and the clones end up turning to stone at the end.
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54. The Journey: The public are now fully aware of the Manhattan clan's existence. Soon an anti-Gargoyle group called the Quarrymen, led by former hunter John Castaway, are created, planning to kill the gargoyles while they sleep during the day.
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|EpisodeNumber = 74
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55. Ransom: An anti-Gargoyle candidate for Mayor of New York kidnaps Alex Xanatos and frames the Gargoyles for it, inciting the wrath of both Xanatos and Lexington. Lexington tracks the culprit down, but ends up caught in a trap and to be used in his speech to the public. After tricking/escaping from the villain, Lexington saves Alex and returns him home to Fox and Xanatos. The episode ends with Lexingon turning to stone as he rocked Alex; Alex gave Lexington a kiss on the check.
|EpisodeNumber2 = 9
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|Title = Generations
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55. Runaways: After a heated argument with Goliath, Brooklyn runs away from the castle and befriends two [[Runaway youth|runaway]] teenagers. Through a series of events, Brooklyn realizes Goliath was just looking out for him and trying to show him how to be responsible, and the runaways are reunited with their parents.
|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
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|WrittenBy = [[Brooks Wachtel]]
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56. Broadway Goes to Hollywood: Seeking to improve the Gargoyles' image, Fox helps Broadway go to Hollywood to start a TV career.
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|11|16}}
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|ProdCode = 073
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57. A Bronx Tail: Bronx befriends a runaway Amish boy while he and Lexington are away from the city.
|ShortSummary = After falling out with Goliath, Angela takes refuge with her estranged mother, Demona where the two bond.
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58. The Dying of the Light: It is revealed that Hudson is suffering from glaucoma and losing vision in the only eye he can see through. Seeking comfort with his blind friend, Hudson is taken to the hospital, where the surgery is a success. However, quarry men attack and, surprisingly/luckily, the two vision-impaired men defeat them.
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59. And Justice for All: After foiling a robbery, Goliath is arrested and taken to trial, where a human defends him. He later tricks the true culprit of the robbery into revealing his guilt, earning his pardon.
|EpisodeNumber = 75
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|EpisodeNumber2 = 10
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60. Genesis Undone: Thailog and his Gargoyle clones are dying. A sympathetic Manhattan clan seeks out Dr. Sevarius to help them. Though Sevarious takes DNA samples from the clan to help heal the clones, he ends up using it to bring a "son" gargoyle alive to be rid of both the clones and the Manhattan Clan. The experiment and the clones end up turning to stone at the end.
|Title = For It May Come True
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|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
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61. Generations: After falling out with Goliath, Angela takes refuge with her estranged mother, Demona where the two bond.
|WrittenBy = [[Len Uhley]]
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|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|11|23}}
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62. For It May Come True: Goliath awakens in an alternative universe where he is human, married to Elisa with children, and works for Xanatos. This is all a dream brought about by Titania to show though he may doubt himself sometimes, Goliath is doing a great good at the cost of personal wants.
|ProdCode = 080
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|ShortSummary = Goliath awakens in an alternative universe where he is human, married to Elisa with children, and works for Xanatos. This is all a dream brought about by Titania to show though he may doubt himself sometimes, Goliath is doing a great good at the cost of personal wants.
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63. To Serve Mankind: The Illuminati kidnap Goliath and brainwash him into doing their bidding.
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64. Seeing Isn't Believing: Proteus, the villain from New Olympus, escapes from captivity and heads for NY while he is pursued by Taurus to cause trouble for the clan and Elisa. Taking Goliath's form, he commits many crimes, but Proteus is soon tricked into revealing himself when posing as Elisa; he said the opposite of what she would have said. Proteus' jailer then takes him back to New Olympus.
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|EpisodeNumber = 76
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65. Angels in the Night: The clan is lured into a trap by John Castaway and the Quarrymen, where it is believed all but Angela and Bronx were killed in an explosion. Luckily, it is revealed Xanatos saved the Manhattan clan by predicting John's plan and bribing the builder of the trap to build a secondary one within to save them, though they remain hidden. Captured, Angela and Bronx are sent on a train to be put in proper captivity. However, the Quarrymen attack the train, speeding it up and planning to send it and the passengers onboard over a now-destroyed bridge. Defeating the Quarrymen and saving the train, the gargoyles are accepted by the people at long last.
|EpisodeNumber2 = 11
 
|Title = To Serve Mankind
 
|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
 
|WrittenBy = Len Wein
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1996|11|30}}
 
|ProdCode = 072
 
|ShortSummary = The Illuminati kidnap Goliath and brainwash him into doing their bidding.
 
|LineColor = ffd700
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 77
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 12
 
|Title = Seeing Isn't Believing
 
|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
 
|WrittenBy = [[Steve Cuden]]
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1997|2|8}}
 
|ProdCode = 079
 
|ShortSummary = Proteus, the villain from New Olympus, escapes from captivity and heads for New York while he is pursued by Taurus to cause trouble for the clan and Elisa. Taking Goliath's form, he commits many crimes, but Proteus is soon tricked into revealing himself when posing as Elisa; he said the opposite of what she would have said. Proteus' jailer then takes him back to New Olympus.
 
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|EpisodeNumber = 78
 
|EpisodeNumber2 = 13
 
|Title = Angels in the Night
 
|DirectedBy = Charles E. Bastien
 
|WrittenBy = Cary Bates
 
|OriginalAirDate = {{Start date|1997|2|15}}
 
|ProdCode = 081
 
|ShortSummary = The clan is lured into a trap by John Castaway and the Quarrymen, where it is believed all but Angela and Bronx were killed in an explosion. Luckily, it is revealed Xanatos saved the Manhattan clan by predicting John's plan and bribing the builder of the trap to build a secondary one within to save them, though they remain hidden. Captured, Angela and Bronx are sent on a train to be put in proper captivity. However, the Quarrymen attack the train, speeding it up and planning to send it and the passengers onboard over a now-destroyed bridge. Defeating the Quarrymen and saving the train, the gargoyles are accepted by the people at long last. This was the last episode of the series in animated form.
 
|LineColor = ffd700
 
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