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Mogekos (モゲコ) are the main antagonists of Mogeko Castle.


Mogekos have a cat-like head, small bodies and always closed eyes. Their mouths are usually round and the emotions are seen only from their eyebrow. Their bodies are yellow, and they have a tail with a curl at the end. There are seven special Mogekos, which are different from the others (except for Somewhat Strange Mogeko). Also, there are some other Mogekos listed under types.


Each one is slightly different (some are locked up because of this), but the majority of them are very perverted, have countless books of pornographic content, (the player can press the enter key on most bookshelves and a text box will appear saying "Got porn!") have an unusual obsession for high school girls, and have a disgusting obsession with prosciutto. Though they are restless in their attempt to rape the player, they are found to be very easy to kill. Sometimes, the player can interact with a Mogeko and they may say "Yummy prosciutto! Praise to be prosciutto!" and they will have the option or taking it away or not. Should the player take it away, the Mogeko will start bawling, saying "Why did you do that?! Give it baaa-ACKKK!" and their sprite will be shown crying.

The Mogekos' don't always get along, some going to the extent of murdering each other. Although they are quite lewd, they are in fact quite childish and pathetic, almost resembling a spoiled brat. Some Mogekos differ, as some are the "Mad Mogekos" that can be found at some points of the game, or the Zombie Mogekos and the Trumpet Mogekos.

It is shown that not all Mogekos are out to get the player, but they are still indecent. They seem to be very prone to hay fever, some saying that someone they knew died from it or something of the sorts. Some Mogekos are shown to be suicidal and soulless, as some Mogekos that can be encountered will say "Do we only live to die?" or "If I had known I'd be sad everyday, I wouldn't have wished to be born"; however, all Mogekos expressing this view were found of the fourth floor, which is ruled by Moge-ko , a psychopathic dictator. Not all of them are the same, but they mostly have at least one thing in common, whether it may be high school girls or prosciutto.


There are various types of the Mogekos, and they may change their physical appearance under some of the circumstances mentioned in the game.

Mad Mogeko

Mad Mogekos are a very dangerous type of Mogeko that will eat anyone; Human or Mogeko. Their appearance is that of normal Mogekos, but with blood stains on their bodies. Mad Mogekos are very dangerous, so they are locked up in jails or kept in a room with no (or almost no) exit. You will see some of the Mad Mogekos in Dark Path, Maze, and Cold Prison. They don't have a mind or talk like other Mogekos.

Headless Mogeko

A Mogeko that got beheaded. It is a dead Mogeko that you will find often in this game. It is a Mogeko body without a head, with blood dripping down it's neck and some meat and bones inside. It will not attack you, it is just a figure for you to click.

Zombie Mogeko

A dead and zombified Mogeko. Its body rots and smells foul. It pretends it can't talk, but is actually quite eloquent. It will not attack you. It appears at hospital and walks very slowly.

Trumpet Mogeko

A Mogeko who plays the trumpet from birth to death. It seems to be playing a trumpet, but it actually has a trumpet-shaped mouth. From the front, you can see its teeth inside. It appears along with King mogeko. It will only talk in the bonus room.

Mogeko Larva

A Mogeko larva. Mogekos are born from eggs which are barfed out the mouth, but can also spawn from humans when implanted (by certain actions). You can interact with it, but if you go through the door that has warned you it's dangerous, you find a lot of them and they'll kill you.

Execution Mogeko

Not a Mogeko to BE executed, but one that executes. Loves the sight of rising flames. Can't help wanting to set themselves aflame. They appear when Defect Mogeko is being executed.


Servants of the Lord. If struck by their arrows, one suffers intense stomachaches, vomiting, and a high fever, resulting in death. So dodge them. It's design resembles like Hasu's; with white wings and halo.


A Mofuko is a Mogeko that has been infected with the blancfluff mogeparasites. They're soft and fluffy if you hug them. Fun to throw around. Unlike normal Mogekos, they become extremely peaceful and appear to lose all traces of a libido. They always say fluff or a variant of fluff when speaking, and when you interact with them they say either just say "fluff" or a sentence containing the word fluff.

Blancfluff Mogeparasites

A bug that infects Mogekos, turning them into Mofukos. Feared for their potential to spread to Mogeko bugs. Although it is said they don't affect humans, if you interact with one, it will hop into Yonaka's mouth and infect her, turning her fluffy (and presumably killing her)

Mogeko Grieving the Loss of Prosciutto

"My sadness will never truly vanish. A gaping hole is left in my chest. A heart cold as ice. A never ending night envelops me. Someone, please save me..." A Mogeko that cries because you took its Prosciutto. It will cry and you can't even give its Prosciutto back..

One-Eyed Mogeko

An evil form of Mogeko, you will see some of them in paintings inside the castle. It's later revealed to be King mogeko.


  • Mogeko also appear in other Deep-Sea Prisoner games, like The Gray Garden and Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea 
  • Mogeko is actually another name for Deep-Sea Prisoner, they also became his logo (like Tarako from Wadanohara)
  • Mogekos are a reference to the the geko cat
    • There is a mistranslation floating around that "moge," means "to grope," but it actually means to completely pluck off or rip off, like a fruit, hair, part of an object or body, etc. "Ko," is a common ending part of a large variety of words, from girl's names, or animal or object names. One could really make a reach and say that it translates to "a small creature which rips things off," though it is likely that there is not any particular meaning in regards to the creatures themselves.
  • Mogeko is a fusion of two words: Moggy (Catin English) and Neko (Cat in Japanese)
  • Mogeko's portrait, along with Moge-ko's, in Deep-Sea Prisoner's CHARACTER section is hidden; in order to access it, click on Nataka Kurokawa's portrait (0001), and click [← 戻] (戻 meaning "return"). Upon leading to

Moge-ko's portrait (0000-2), click [← 戻] once more. This will lead to Mogeko's portrait (0000).

  • Certain enemies in The Gray Garden seem to be Mogekos; see the Gallery section for their battler images
  • Near the end of the General Hashasky's Great Adventure teaser trailer, there are two costumed Mogekos that reference characters. One Mogeko is costumed as Wadanohara and the other is costumed as Yosafire. These are found on both Deep-Sea Prisoner's STORY pages will load their own pages for age verification. Choosing the いいえ (NO) option will lead to a flash game where the user can use a stick to hit the Mogeko's backside for an infinite amount of times.
  • An official shimeji for Mogeko is available for download on Deep-Sea Prisoner's site. Male Alela Grora and Licorice also have their own official shimejis.
  • Mogekos have made an appearance in every major game Deep-Sea Prisoner has created, though only in Mogeko Castle have they had an impact on the story.
  • Mogekos are born from eggs and have a larvae form when young, as can be seen in Mogeko Castle´s second floor.
  • A fan on Twitter asked how Mogekos can see when they keep their eyes closed; Deep-Sea Prisoner replied saying that they thinly open their eyes.  
  • In the files for Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea, there are sprites of a Mogeko with a mermaid's tail replacing the vehicle sprites for the ship, airship, and skiff that normally come with RPG Maker 2000 and 2003. Since these vehicles aren't accessible during normal gameplay, these sprites go unused.
    • There was also a Mogekos in a diving suit and a in a life preserver found in the game files of Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea, in both the original and the Reboot.
  • Beast Mogekos - the ones with the long tongues as can be seen in the DEEP KISS mini-comics - are the ones that also go for men, not just women.


  • "Mogege! Pant, pant... ♥︎" (Bonus Room)
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