Testacles (pronounced "tehst-ah-klees") is a historical Greek figure that was left out of many of the early historians' records because they thought that his image would endure the ages. During his life (303 B.C.E. to 225 B.C.E.) he was revered and exalted for his stance on "manhood" and his defense of those principles. He generally wore only a diaper, or "baggy shrawl" as he refered to it in the Manographia, during his life time so that he could better collect Apollo's rays. It has been said that in the millenia since his passing, a man, similar in description to Testacles, has always paced the Earth defending manhood. Is this man the actual Tesicles, a secret order that follows his principles or is it an imposter?