By others, he was known as: Thrag the Well-Hated, the Cordially
Despised, the Generally
Abhorred, the Ultimate Conquerer, the Commonly Detested, the Rarely
and the Undelighted.
Sometime during the tenth century,
Thrag sought to
impregnate the wife of King Hyperenor, Queen Desiphae. In order to
royal virgin, Thrag visited her once in the guise of a year’s supply of
microwave popcorn. Nine months later, she gave birth her son Mirakles,
as to a hideous monster known as Smorma, the great ravenous anemone.
(No one ever knew what happened to the other three months’ of
cause is unknown, sometime following this event, Morgrom the Essence of
Thrag, thus earning himself the title of Thrag’s Bane. Mirakles grew up
believing that he was the true son of Hyperenor, never realizing that
Thrag’s son until Glorian of the Knowledge revealed it to him prior to
close of the First Age of Magic in 966.
When Mirakles was temporarily killed
and sent to the Plain
of Constant Conflict in Hades, his opponents hated him the most because
the son of Thrag. For it was because of Thrag's bloody hands that their
lives had ended and they had been sent to Hades before their time.
Mirakles, they were able to blame Thrag for the years they did not
spend with their
wives and children, ruling their idyllic lands. Thus his belligerent
inherited that hate, and Thrag was not there to protect him.