Gog and Magog

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Inferno creatures
Level 1
Imp Imp
Familiar Familiar
Level 2
Gog Gog
Magog Magog
Level 3
Hell Hound Hell Hound
Cerberus Cerberus
Level 4
Demon Demon
Horned Demon Horned Demon
Level 5
Pit Fiend Pit Fiend
Pit Lord Pit Lord
Level 6
Efreeti Efreeti
Efreet Sultan Efreet Sultan
Level 7
Devil Devil
Arch Devil Arch Devil
Castle Rampart Tower
Inferno Necropolis Dungeon
Stronghold Fortress Conflux
Cove Neutral
Creature Gog.gif
 Cost per troop 
Resource Gold 20x18.gif

Attack 6
Defense 4
Damage 2–4
Health 13
Speed 4
Movement Ground
Size 1
Shots 12
Growth 8
AI Value 159
 Special abilities:
Ranged attack
Creature Magog.gif
 Cost per troop 
Resource Gold 20x18.gif

Attack 7
Defense 4
Damage 2–4
Health 13
Speed 6
Movement Ground
Size 1
Shots 24
Growth 8
AI Value 240
 Special abilities:
Ranged attack
Fireball Attack
Hall of Sins  Gog (adventure map).gifMagog (adventure map).gif

Gogs and Magogs are level 2 creatures of Inferno. They are recruited from the Hall of Sins.

"Gogs and magogs hurl fireballs and attack with their claws at close range. Magog fireblasts affect the target hex and its surrounding hexes like a Fireball spell." RoE manual

Heroes with a specialty[edit]

  • Calh Calh the Demoniac has gogs as a specialty, which increases the attack and defense skills of any gogs or magogs for each level attained after 2nd level, and gives them a speed bonus of 1.

Horn of the Abyss[edit]

In Horn of the Abyss Magogs can shoot fireball at any hex of the battlefield except for its own hex and adjacent ones (unless Bow of the Sharpshooter is present). Targeting dialogue is called by pressing G. Note that this Fireball does friendly fire. However, creatures immune to fire can be damaged only by a central hex:

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Some may find the information in this section subjective or irrelevant.

In the original game, Magogs are more of a liability, as once the melee starts, it's often impossible to shoot enemy stacks without some friendly fire. For this reason, many players instead summon demons from Gogs. In Horn of the Abyss, however, careful positioning of the fireball allows damaging enemies only, and sometimes two or even three stacks can be hit at once, which makes Magogs much more viable.

Thanks to their Fireball special ability, Magogs can greatly "help" your Imps (or any other low-level creatures) to die in the very right moment and in exact numbers for Demons to be summoned.

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