|Fate||Slain in the Battle of Helm's Deep|
First among Saruman’s Uruk-hai that awoke in TA 3001, Móg had been trained to lead troops into battle, and had rigorously studied strategy and tactics from ancient volumes of lore during the War of the Ring. While training, Móg learned the scant battle-craft of his own folk, and had gleaned enough from study and practice to become a cunning, capable general for the Saruman's army. He laboured to ensure that Saruman’s armies would be learn how to train and discipline themselves, and that production of the army grew at the rate it had to achieve their master’s goals.
When Saruman had learned that the Rohirrim were taking refuge in the old fortress of Helm's Deep, Móg was summoned by his master and was given the task to lead an army of 10,000 fully trained Uruk-hai to march towards the fortress and kill every defender that would dare stand against the might of Saruman and Sauron. Móg proudly complied to his master's command and once Saruman finished his speech, Móg led his army to march towards Helm's Deep. Upon arriving at the old fortress at around nightfall, Móg signaled his troops to halt for a moment and prepare the attack as planned. When Daskila was the first Uruk accidently shot by Aldor, Móg was furious and roared his war call as a sign that all the Uruks around him would now charge towards the fortress. At some point before Gandalf arrived with reinforcements, Móg was slain in the battle.
- The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (First appearance)