White Trogs were a variety of trog. They were massive, white-skinned beings with thick necks and lumpy features. Though highly primitive and strong, white trogs were typically gentler than the wilder trog beings of the Deepwoods, and slower to anger. The White Trogs communicated in a variety of clicks and clacks.
Role in the Cade Saga
White Trogs lived in the vast network of Water Caverns behind the Five Falls at the Farrow Ridges. Though still primitive creatures, they were far more advanced than earlier suspected. They lived in a vast network of caves behind the Five Falls. The White Trogs domesticated huge spiders, which they used both as workforce and mount, and giant slime snails. Using the cobwebs of the spiders and the slime of the snails, they connected the stalagtites they lived in by paths and bridges. The Crystal Caverns were used as an alarm system by the white trogs and the Drowning Pools as a trap to prevent intruders from entering their caves and to hunt for fresh meat.
The Trog Queen
The White Trogs were led by the Trog Queen.. Women were generally bigger than the male trogs. She had a throne made of black stone and her eyes were picked out in vivid red. The clusters of snail shells with holes drilled into them on her cloak of bleached snailskin emitted hollow tones when she moved. She was always accompanied by a cave-bat. Only the Trog Queen was able to speak the common language of the Edge and was thus able to trade and communicate with the inhabitants of the Farrow Ridges. The Trog Queen had a sweet tooth and loved the "sky sweetness", a cave-cake invented by Celestia, that Gart Ironside traded with them in return for crytals and aromatic cave mosses.
The White Trogs worshipped their ancestors in the High Cavern. They believed that the High Cavern was bathed in the blood of their spirit ancestors every day when the light entering through a small hole in the ceiling was defused by a big red jewel. When the jewel was stolen in The Nameless One, the White Trogs wanted to bath the High Cave in the blood of their enemies to make the spirits return to them.