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Wargs (often spelt as Worgs) are legendary monsters best described as a demon in the form of a large and particularly vicious wolf, although the term is heavily associated with Tolkien and his Lord Of The Rings franchise it has roots dating back as far as the Ancient Norse and was originally used to describe the great wolf-monster known as Fenrir.
For the first time, the Wargs are mentioned in the Hobbit in describing the events that took place after the gnomes led by Gandalf and Bilbo Baggins emerged from the caves of the Misty Mountains, fleeing from the goblins. Wargs were ferocious on their pack as well as their handlers. Coloration and patterning of the fur seems to vary throughout the breed, with stripes, mottling and other patterns appearing in shades of tan, ginger, liver, white and brown, with harder patterning appearing toward the back. Powerful haunches and a thumb on the front paws allowed the Warg to climb.