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|Source books||Monsters of Faerun, 2E Fiend Folio (MC14), 1E Fiend Folio, 2E Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting, Monstrous Manual|
Quaggoths are sometimes enslaved by other races, notably drow.
Quaggoths usually live in underground lairs.
Typical physical characteristicsEdit
Quaggoths are about seven feet tall and covered in shaggy white hair, though brown-haired quaggoths are sometimes seen.
Quaggoths are usually neutral in alignment.
Quaggoths are savage, bestial hunters who live in nomadic tribes.
Quaggoths in GreyhawkEdit
In the World of Greyhawk campaign setting, quaggoths live in cold regions above ground. They are most commonly found in the Forlorn Forest, but have also been encountered in Blackmoor, the Burneal Forest, the Cold Marshes, the Hraak Forest, and the lands of the Tiger and Wolf Nomads. In ancient times, the quaggoths were far more numerous, but thousands were slain by elves in the War of Extermination.
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- Gygax, Gary. World of Greyhawk Fantasy Game Setting (TSR, 1983).
- Mona, Erik. "Ancient History: The Great Embarkation" (Wizards of the Coast, unpublished). Online: 
- Stewart, Doug, ed. Monstrous Manual (TSR, 1994).
- Turnbull, Don, ed. Fiend Folio (TSR, 1981).
- Weining, Frederick. "The Archbarony of Blackmoor." Oerth Journal #5 (Council of Greyhawk, 1997).
- Williams, Skip, et al. Monstrous Compendium Fiend Folio Appendix (TSR, 1992).
- Wyatt, James and Rob Heinsoo. Monstrous Compendium: Monsters of Faerun (Wizards of the Coast, 2001).