|Bolg of the North|
|Title||Chieftain of the Moria Orcs, Chieftain of Gundabad|
|Affiliation||Gundabad Orcs, Guldur Orcs, Moria Orcs, Nelrughad Orcs|
|Language||Black Speech, Nelrugish|
|Weaponry||Mukbumol (bone club), Morgul Bow|
|Culture||Orcs of Mount Nelrughad|
|Lord of the Rings film trilogy|
Bolg son of Azog is the last known pale orc to have lived in Middle-earth.
In The Hobbit, Bolg was the son of Azog of Moria, succeeding him after his death in the Battle of Azanulbizar (the last battle of the War of the Dwarves and Orcs) in TA 2799 by Dáin II Ironfoot. He had resettled in the old refuge of Mount Gundabad after the kingdom of Angmar was abandoned, and apparently ruled Goblins of the Misty Mountains from their capital at Mount Gundabad during the Battle of the Five Armies.
Bolg ruled the northern goblins for about 150 years and led the army of goblins, Wargs, and Bats in the Battle of the Five Armies, in which he took his bodyguards with him. In that battle he was crushed by the mighty Beorn, avenging Thorin Oakenshield who had just been fatally wounded.