Gargouille (Draco occidentalis minimus)
The Gargouille is a master of camoflauge, but its coloration is not the only thing that helps it pearch unnoticed amidst the stonework of city buildings. It can also remain motionless for long periods of time, mimicking the stone carvings amongst which it so often stands. Its small wings prevent it from being an accomplished aviator, but it has great jumping abilities, pouncing on victims in a single bound.
They are 8 to 10 feet high and 15 feet long. Colouration is gray or green but can change to match the building it perches on. Mosses and lichens which grow on older gargouilles adds to this effect. They are mostly silent but shriek if threatened and some can speak English, French and Dragonish. They generally hunt urban animals but will eat from refuse heaps if necessary. Some have become used to restauraunt food and love escargot, picking them out with their long foreclaw. Eggs are mottled grey-blue and can be dropped from great heights without harm.
they smell funny
- They can breathe fire but simply use it to grill prey.
- Their chicks are known to steal wigs and hats from humans.
- Parisians gargouilles once revolted against humanity, an act encouraged by Alexandra Gorynytchka.
- Famous gargouilles include Pantheon and Petites-Dents(Lived to 376.).