Wilful traitors, all. Thy kind are all of a piece. Pillagers. Emboldened by the flame of ambition. Have it writ upon thy meagre grave: Felled by King Morgott! Last of all kings.
Morgott was the son of Queen Marika and First Elden Lord Godfrey, and twin brother of Mohg, Lord of Blood. Morgott and Mohg were born as Omen, bearing vestigial horns and tails. In the days of the Primordial Crucible this had been considered a blessing, however, during the reign of Queen Marika it was deemed a curse. Morgott and his twin were imprisoned deep below the capital.
When Queen Marika shattered the Elden Ring, Morgott claimed one of the Great Runes. With Leyndell in disarray, Morgott claimed the city for himself and defended it and the Erdtree against his fellow demigods. While he succeeded in securing Leyndell, he found that the Erdtree would not admit him, or anyone else, to claim the title of Elden Lord. Despite the fact that he had been reviled as an accursed fiend by the Golden Order, Morgott swore to protect the Erdtree.
Morgott has a total HP of around 10000 (NG).
The name can refer to Melkor's (Melkor is the main and very first antagonist of the Legendarium of Middle-earth) nickname - Morgoth