Type Magical beast
CR 10
Environment temperate marshes

Source: Crown of Fangs, pg(s). 88-89

Of bulbous body and bizarre shape, this gigantic, toad-like beast combines the most disgusting traits of dragon and amphibian. Reptilian wings unfurl from its leaking corpulence, its frame heaped with rolls of corded muscle and moist frog fat. Three buckler-sized yellow eyes protrude above a wide, drooling maw lined with teeth the size of daggers. From this cavernous hollow echoing with deep croaking belches darts a thick tongue the color of an angry bruise, darting forth to greedily snatch up flies, birds, and anything else that comes too near Mobogos reside in the most primal swamps of Golarion, grotesque eldritch wildernesses unchanged for centuries. The crude religion of boggard-kind says that when the massive goddess Gogunta deposited her frogspawn in the muddy morass of Golarion's still-forming continents, the mobogo were among the first creatures to emerge. Ever since, these Swamp Kings have slept and fed, preying upon the beasts of their fetid meres, growing huge and lethargic, dreaming inscrutable amphibious dreams of their godly mother's return.[1][2]


  1. James Jacobs. (June 9, 2008). All Hail Mobogo!, Paizo Blog.
  2. Tito Leati. (2008). Crown of Fangs. Crown of Fangs, p. 88-89. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-109-1