What's that creature doing on dry land? Who knows, but it seems quite serene. Little is understood about the baffling life cycle of a Fwog. What an excellent topic for a Monster's thesis!
Having lost its pollywog tail, the adult Fwog is able to use its newly-grown legs to leap great distances. Given the choice, it would prefer to remain comfortably earth-bound.
The Fwog in Dawn of Fire is orange and pink. It resembles a small tadpole with crystals on its head, and small webbed feet. It has three cute eyes, and it always seems to frown.
As an adult,it grows to an adult sized frog, with all those distinguishing features from the original game. The only differences are the crystals, being red instead of pink; entirely blue feet, rather than scattered blue spots; orange spots by its eyes; lack of spots otherwise; and some other graphical enhancements, such as more realistic shading.
The baby Fwog sounds like a nasal "Waoh wa wa wa Waoh", and the adult Fwog sounds like a nasal "Wawawawaw Wawawawwaw Wawawawawawaw Waoh!"
The Fwog can be bred with the elements Water and Earth. The possible (and only) combination is:
The Fwog will request food and/or non-food items that are the products of Structures. If you cannot give the monster the food or items it requires, you can click the New Order button. After a 15 minute wait, it will ask for a new combination of foods or other items.
When given the wanted foods or items, like any monster, it will reward you coins.
Fwog can be teleported to Cave Island at level 20 for a reward of 5 diamonds. Teleport time for Fwog is 10 hours.
On Cave Island, Fwog sings its longest part ever in both games.
The Fwog in the original game could be bred/incubated for 30 minutes; in Dawn of Fire, it has to be bred/incubated for 8 hours. The same trait is shared with Maw.
The Fwog's egg in Dawn of Fire is very different from the original game, having crystals, webbed toes, and a distinct peach coloration. Also, on close inspection, it is somewhat translucent.