He has asked us to write about masks.
One particular masked man (not the Lone Ranger, or even Batman) has been of interest to me since I was very young, and I don't know his name or anything about his ancestry. Although much has been written about him over several hundred years, nothing has ever been proven.
He is most often referred to as someone involved with the early Kings Louis of France, a son of one, an older brother to another, a twin brother to one, the illegitimate offspring of another. He was variously imprisoned in the Bastille, Pignerol, and Sainte-Marguerite.
Twentieth century research into prisoners of the 1600s has offered other possibilities, but the only name that has survived intact after all these ages has been this one:
in the iron mask
could not remember
how his own face looked,
nor his father’s, whom
he resembled so,
or so they said,
in irons, to match his face
by Kay L. Davies, October, 2013
The only fact I can offer you, despite all the speculation over the centuries, is that none of the other Real Toads will be able to solve the mystery more readily than I, except for Hedgewitch O'TheWilds, who has some deep, dark, secret sources, or so I have heard, but don't let on I told you so.