|Moonland|| Underneath |
|Expansion Set|| First Edition |
Voice of the Storms
Gogor is a Magi from the Underneath who acts as the Captain of the Guard and claims himself to be the region's hero. Though physically strong in his own right, his ego and narcissism often cause him to be impatient and rash. Despite this pride, he is strongly loyal to his fellow Underlings, and acts with benevolent resolve in the interest of everyone else's well being.
Gogor was released as two cards in Magi-Nation Duel. His First Edition and Unlimited card uses the starting cards of Digging Goggles, Crystal Arboll, and Cave Rudwot. His Voice of the Storms card, Celebrated Hero, uses the starting cards of Cave Rudwot, Ghost Bwisp, and Gogor's Spade.
During a contest between the strongest Magi of the Moonlands, Gogor and Fossik represented the Underneath and argued that their facing each other was only to eliminate the Underlings from the contest.
As the Captain of the Guard, Gogor approached Ogar after she had become a Shadow Magi and entered the Underneath through a Shadow Geyser. He revealed his knowing that she had previously been afflicted with dreams caused by Agram. When neither he nor Ulk could persuade Ogar against betraying the Underneath, Gogor magined his Giant Parmalag, which was defeated by Ogar's Shadow Creature.
Gogor lived in his own mushroom house in the Underneath which contained a bench press and mirror, reflecting his habit of bodybuilding. When the Underneath Shadow Geyser threatened the town, he resisted sustaining fatal damage from the void energy surrounding the geyser. Gogor threw Tony Jones two stories onto the roof of an old watchtower with only one arm before breaking down the metal door to the tower by charging into it. Gogor was presumed to have sacrificed his own life to allow the rest of the town to escape from Morag's attack by being petrified, though he managed to survive and eventually was reunited with Ulk.
Battle for the Moonlands
Gogor owned a shop that sold Relics from the Underneath]].
- Gogor's yelling "IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT YOUR NAME IS!!" when he first met Tony in the GBC game is an allusion to the catchphrase of the professional wrestler, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.