Gargouille Shank


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Gargouille shank
A shank of gargouille flesh, hardened
by time into something resembling
solid rock.
Stackable: 12

Other Uses

Resale Price: 760~779 gil

Synthesis Recipes


Used in Recipes

Desynthesis Recipes


Obtained from Desynthesis

  • Unknown

How to Obtain

Auction House Category: Materials > Bonecraft ( )

Dropped From

Name Level Zone
Gargouille 77 - 80 Beaucedine Glacier (S)
Dire Gargouille 80 - 81 Xarcabard (S)
Qmark Castle Zvahl Baileys (S)
Qmark Castle Zvahl Keep (S)
Gruesome Gargouille Qmark Abyssea - Vunkerl
Benumbed Vodriga Qmark Abyssea - Uleguerand
Scowling Vodoriga 120 - 123 Ra'Kaznar Inner Court

Despoiled From

Name Level Zone
Eschan Gargouille 110 - 112 Escha - Ru'Aun

Campaign Unions

Obtained randomly through lot in Campaign Unions

Historical Background

The gargouille was a dragon and legendary creature originating from France. Known by name as Garguiem and not to be confused with gargoyle, it was allegedly a serpent-like water-spouting dragon that appeared in the Seine River in France. It was said to terrorize boats and flood the land. In legend, Saint Romain, the archbishop of Rouen, lured the monster to shore using a convict, and then made a cross with his fingers to tame the monster. He then led it into town where it was slaughtered. Some accounts say it was burned. The accounts of burning say that neither the monster's head or neck would burn, so they were mounted on the town's cathedral to display God's power. The creature was then said to have been carved onto buildings to be used as water drainage, thereby creating the modern gargoyle. It is similarly accounted that they have no relation other than their water-spouting abilities.

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