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As I'm sure many of you have noticed, Gorebash has rebooted ASK GREG in a major way. It's still a work in progress, so feel free (politely) to offer your input to Gore.
But don't forget to thank him as well for his hard, hard work.
Thanks, Gore! It's very much appreciated.
In your Timedancerspinoff, does the Gate have a "mind of it's own" like Avalon's boats, taking Brooklyn to time periods that it decides on, or is it completely random?
It depends on your point of view, I suppose. In my mind, it is random and yet it has to do with eddies and currents and whirls in the timestream... The end result is the same: Brooklyn winds up in times & places where we have the best stories to tell.â
I saw a messag online that said there were more than just the first three series. If this is true are they still playing on tv and on wht station?
I'm not sure what you're referring to.
Do you mean three SEASONS?
There were only three seasons. Two seasons of Gargoyles and one season of Goliath Chronicles.
There were six proposed prequel, sequel and spin-off series (Dark Ages, Gargoyles 2198, Bad Guys, TimeDancer, The New Olympians, Pendragon), but none of them were made.
The fans have some fanfictions series, but I'm not familiar with those.
I've scoured the site looking for an answer to this question, and can't seem to find it - maybe I'm just not looking hard enough, perhaps you can help me...so here's my Question.
It's evident from the episode "Temptation" as well as a couple of others that Brooklyn knows Latin - and as he's been flipping through the Grimorum one can only conclude he is able to read it as well - however, you expressed he didn't learn to read until after coming to the 20th Century. So does the answer to his learning to read in the 20th Century relate only to him having learned to read English when he already understood Latin from days of old perhaps having learned from Demona or Goliath, or was he studying Latin in the 20th Century?
Please forgive me if this has been asked before...
It's not obvious to me that he reads Latin. I think YOU are reading into the scene.
What's obvious is that he can't find what he's looking for. The fact that he's still (at best) semi-literate may in fact be both the problem and the motivator for him to GET more literate.
Where exactly in Scotland would Castle Wyvern have been? Are we talking along the West of Scotland or further up North in the Highlands? Please forgive me if this question had been numerously asked, I did take a look for this but couldn't see it anywhere.
Also just wondering even if the Wyvern clan were destroyed, I imagine there would have been several other clans throughout Scotland - would the clans have been expected to fight throughout battles with the humans? (Such as the battle of Dunbar in 1296 where the English invaded Scotland, etc)Would Gargoyles have protected not just their castles, and general areas but towns, villages, and the country against invasion from other countries?
Thanks for your time, sorry if these questions may have been answered before.
With ASK GREG's new search feature -- installed just the other day, nearly two years after you posted, it would now be fairly easy to find this information.
Wyvern (though fictional) is located on the west coast of Scotland.