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The pain of my twin will echo within you.
~ Mogg the Other Twin.

Mogg the Other Twin is a major antagonist in the video game Middle Earth: Shadow Of Mordor. He is a brutish orc Warchief who is the twin brother of Brogg the Twin.

He was voiced by Nolan North who also voiced Black Hand of Sauron and Zog the Eternal in the same series.


Mogg is the twin brother of Brogg who happened to be his top bodyguard however Ratbag doesn't know this when he tries to tell that his bodyguard is dead. Once Ratbag takes Brogg's place as the Warchief's bodyguard, Mogg is angered and has Ratbag hung up in a fort of Udun to be food for the crows and to be tortured daily by his soldiers.

Aside from being angry when he hears about his brother's death Mogg also finds it hard to believe that Ratbag was the one who killed his brother. He wants to make him pay for Brogg's death but like many other Uruks he knows the cowardly Ratbag lacks the skills to kill both his brother and Goroth.

As always, Ratbag is saved by Talion. After rescuing him Ratbag tries to explain what happened with him and the Warchief. He tries to tell him that it's not his fault he did everything correctly but with Ratbag's uncanny habit of bad luck the bodyguard was the Warchief's twin brother. Talion silences Ratbag and tells him to take the Warchief's place after he is dead. Talion then kills Mogg's berserkers to get his attention and to draw him out. An angered Mogg attacks Talion. After a tough battle, Mogg kneels down in defeat. He speaks his last words, before being executed.

Ratbag checks his body to ensure his death. After taking Mogg’s ear as proof of his death, Ratbag becomes Warchief. Just like his brother Brogg word of Mogg's death spreads fast and many Uruks don't believe the rumors that Ratbag was the one who killed him. Mogg is mentioned and talked about several times after his death.


Like his brother, Mogg is a force to be reckoned with. He has little tolerance and often gets angered easily.

However, he is an intelligent thinker and expert battle planner. When his twin is killed, he gets revenge on Talion and Ratbag to kill them so he can avenge his brother, but his arrogance leads to his own death at the hands of the ranger. Like many other Uruks Mogg can't stand weakness, failure or betrayal he also doesn't like cowardice either.

Even though he is arrogant and wants revenge for his brother's death before he Mogg is impressed with Talion's skills and strength. Even though he will torture his enemies and will abuse others Mogg respect strong followers and strong opponents.



  • Gimub the Slaver
  • Sauron
  • Black Captains
  • Beastmaster Warchiefs
  • Warchiefs
  • Overlords
  • Caragors
  • Nazgul
  • Goroth Caragor Tamer
  • Brogg (twin brother)
  • Talons of the Black Hand
  • Grublik the Flogger (formerly)
  • Luga


  • Ratbag
  • Talion
  • Torvin
  • Celebrimbor
  • Hirgon
  • Outcasts of Udun
  • Tribesmen of Nurn
  • Ghuls
  • Caragors
  • Ungol
  • Graug
  • Humans
  • Elves
  • Dwarves
  • Gollum
  • Ranger of the Black Gate
  • Lady Marwen (deceased)
  • Lithariel (deceased)


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Dark Armies
Leaders: Morgoth | Sauron (Conquest, Shadow of Mordor) | Saruman (Peter Jackson)
Nazgûl: Witch-King of Angmar | Khamûl | Helm Hammerhand | Suladan | Isildur | Nazgûl Sisters
Balrogs: Durin's Bane | Gothmog | Tar-Goroth
Dragons: Smaug | Ancalagon | Scatha | Drogoth the Dragon Lord | Glaurung
Great Spiders: Shelob | Ungoliant
Werewolves: Carcharoth
Goblins/Orcs: Gorkil the Goblin King | Great Goblin | Azog | Bolg | Brogg the Twin | Mogg the Other Twin | Yazneg | Grishnákh | Gothmog | Gorbag | Zog the Eternal | Gazmog
Uruk-hai: Ugluk | Lurtz | Shagrat | Hodhvarz
Black Númenóreans: Mouth of Sauron (Battle for Middle-Earth) | Agandaur | Black Hand of Sauron | Hammer of Sauron | Tower of Sauron
Olog-Hai: Brûz the Chopper
Men of Darkness: Ar-Pharazôn | Gríma Wormtongue | Bill Ferny | Lheu Brenin | Easterlings | Corsairs of Umbar | Dunlendings | Haradrim
Various Creatures: Barrow Wights | Trolls | Wargs | Fellbeasts | Gûlavhar | Watcher in the Water

Corrupted Elves
Fëanor | Celegorm | Caranthir | Curufin | Maeglin | Celebrimbor

Corrupted Hobbits
Gollum | Lotho Sackville-Baggins | Ted Sandyman

Alfrid Lickspittle | Master of Laketown | Old Man Willow