Forgotten Mythical And Historical Figures Of Tamriel Vol. 6
Let's put one of these out for a change. So 3 figures, that for some reason were left out of the history books. But no worries, 'cause I dug up the lore behind them for you:
Ratman was the secret identity of Bruce Drain, a wealthy Imperial playboy, philanthropist, and owner of Drain Merchandises. After witnessing the murder of his pet rat as a child (Some dude from Fighter's Guild did it), he swore to protect every innocent rat. Bruce Drain trained himself physically and intellectually and crafted a rat-inspired persona to fight pest-controllers. He had a huge mansion in the Imperial City and beneath it, his secret hideout The Rat-Cellar.
He usually moved during night-time, through sewers with a strange board called The Rat-Thing. He earned many nicknames like The Caped Invader, The Dark Blight and The Nirn's Greatest Infective. His arch-nemesis pest-controllers were Killer Doc, Mad Ratter, Mr. Cheese, Poison Tidy, and many others.
He was the king Of Malaca. He took part in the Whiterun war with Akulakhlles, but after that he struggled 10 years to return home. While Ogresseus battled mystical creatures and faced the wrath of the gods, his wife Pelinalope and his son Teleportus staved off suitors vying for Pelinalope's hand and Malaca's throne long enough for Ogresseus to return.
On his way to home, he was held captive by the lizard goddess Scalypso, after that there was the battle with Karstaag the Frost Giant, his love affair with the hag-goddess Circlet, his temptation by the deadly Nymphs and his fight with the sea sload S'Cylla.
After finally getting home, Ogresseus won a contest to prove his identity, slaughtered the suitors, and retook the throne of Malaca.
He was one of Jiubsus' followers. He was sworn to carry his burdens, but betrayed his holy mission and didn't do it. This led to Jiubsus being over-encumbered and was easily captured by the Imperials.
Due to Thugas' notorious role, his name has a negative effect and some lowlifes has been named after him.