Like Barrett Wallace in Final Fantasy VII, the Wargoyle wields arm-mounted guns, and shares the Japanese name for bullet. Its guns are bound with chains, and its appearance is fittingly that of a Gargoyle. In Sora's story, it lacks wings. Its wings resemble the beautiful stained-glass windows of Notre Dame.
Its name is a portmanteau of the words "war" and "gargoyle".
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
Riku, while searching for Frollo the Outskirts of La Cité des Cloches, is ambushed by the Wargoyle. The beast chases Riku to the Mill, where Riku finally finds Frollo attempting to punish the inhabitants for harboring gypsies, and Phoebus attempting to stop him. When the Wargoyle appears, Riku realises that it was created from Frollo's darkness, but the insane judge claims that he was granted the beast as an agent of "righteous judgment" to destroy the gypsies forever. When Phoebus attempts to stop Frollo from leaving to carry out his genocide, the Wargoyle easily overpowers him and leaves the soldier badly injured. After Riku tracks Frollo to the top of Notre Dame, the judge summons the Wargoyle to eliminate him, but Riku eventually defeats it after a gruelling battle. The Wargoyle's wings shatter, and it falls into the fires below.
In Sora's version of the world, Sora attempts to follow Frollo when the judge goes into Notre Dame after Quasimodo and Esmeralda, but is stopped by the wingless Wargoyle, who dives from the sky and demolishes the bonfire. Sora manages to defeat the rampaging Nightmare, then proceeds into the Notre Dame.
Later, as the Spellican fights Sora during the boy's second visit to Traverse Town, it summons the Wargoyle to replace the Hockomonkey. The Wargoyle is in turn replaced by the Char Clawbster upon its demise.