the six Snagahai chieftains of Moria. He called himself High-king of the Slave-folk. His five sons, however, generally ignored or challenged his edicts. The eldest, Snagul, openly opposed his father's claim. Two others, Gorthak and Shagog, often conspired to kill both Ulzog and Snagul and then seize control of the shrinking domain. Shagla and Ulthob, the youngest pair, frequently supported Ulzog, but rarely stayed committed to any policy or faction for more than a few weeks. Still, Ulzog prevailed despite all this plotting and chicanery because of luck and the threat from the Durbaghash.
- MERP:Lords of Middle-earth Vol III: Hobbits, Dwarves, Ents, Orcs & Trolls
- MERP:Moria (Citadel)
- MERP:Moria - The Dwarven City