In Abrahamic tradition, Gog and Magog appear in the Hebrew Bible, often known as the Old Testament, and Quran 21:96 as individuals, tribes, or lands. In Ezekiel 38, Gog is an individual and Magog is his land, in Genesis 10 Magog is a man, but no Gog is mentioned; and centuries later Jewish tradition changed Ezekiel's "Gog from Magog" into "Gog and Magog," which is the form in which they appear in the Christian New Testament's Book of Revelation, although there they are peoples rather than individuals. Gog and Magog were the name of ancestors of an unidentified group of peoples.
In English lore, Gog and Magog are giants who are guardian spirits of the city of London. A legend was attached to Gog and Magog by the time of the Roman period, that the Gates of Alexander were erected by Alexander the Great to repel the tribe. After the Roman Empire became Christian, Ambrose identified Gog with the Goths, Jerome with the Scythians, and Jordanes said that Goths, Scythians and Amazons were all the same; he also cited Alexander's gates in the Caucasus.
"A giant said to have lived in ancient England. It is said he could rip a tree from its roots as easily as an ordinary man could rip a vegetable from the ground. He fought Corineus, the legendary hero of Cornwall."
—Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne compendium
Gogmagog evolves into Albion by leveling up. He can only evolve after the Demi-fiend has defeated Albion at the White Temple.
"A giant said to have lived in ancient Britain. He was so huge, he could destroy the mast of a ship with a single swing of his arm. He defended the island against intruders until he was defeated by the Trojan Brutus."
"A giant to have lived in ancient England. He was so huge, he could destroy the mast of a ship with a single swing of his arm. He defended the island against intruders until he was defeated by the Trojan Brutus."