First seen without a name. She later identified herself to Torg as "Mosp" when she had been sent to Earth by Lord Horribus to claim his soul. Mosp is actually only the name of the body of this demon and the names of the snakes on her head are Isp and Osp. Isp and Osp, though attatched to Mosp's head for a long time, had no knowledge that they didn't control Mosp's body and that there was actually a consciousness residing within her body.
During a trial the confusion of referring to Mosp, Isp and Osp became too much for the demons of pain, and Horribus decided to make Mosp, Isp and Osp known as Mospinispinosp. Spike was also suggested, along with a bunch of misheard versions by Reakk. In the end the name-change didn't work out.
Mosp, though a demon in appearance, was not actually a demon to begin with. Her original name was Amospia and she was one of the original inhabitants of the Dimension of Pain, but betrayed the whole dimension and allowed the invading demon force to attack through the dungeons which she used to guard. For punishment, she was turned into a demon and was merged with Isp and Osp who were at that time called Asp and Asp and were archers in the demon army.
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That Which Redeems
Due to her not being a true demon, Mosp was not completely evil as she saved the lives of Torg and Alt-Zoë twice during That Which Redeems II, and ended up being killed by Lord Horribus immediately after the second time on November 16, 2004 along with Isp and Osp</ref>.