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I always liked including a variety of sub races or demographics for the major nations and races in my games.

I'd always wanted more variety to goblins; not goblin-oids (Bugbears/Hobgoblins) but plain vanilla goblins, and wanted to include Moggs (from Magic the Gathering).

Where could I find stats and background info for Moggs?

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Oh, phew. For a second there, I thought you'd mis-typed "Mog". I don't think I want to be fighting Lone Star and Barf on my next encounter. – Iszi Nov 5 '10 at 4:20
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Official statistics? No, prior to 3rd Edition and Wizards of the Coast's buyout of TSR, such a thing would have been instantly burned out of its papyrean existence by the sheer intensity of the fury it would have ignited at WotC Legal half-way across the country.

And after Wizards owned the D&D brand and system, they never (to my knowledge) crossed Dungeons & Dragons with Magic: The Gathering.

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They were considering it for a bit, but it fell through due to how tightly the MtG crew wanted to control the IP. – migo Apr 13 '11 at 5:02

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