|Race and Gender||Orc Female|
|Resided in||Artaeum, Orsinium|
Ulliceta was from the Kogg Clan of Orcs, but was later inducted into the Psijic Order around 2E 503. She was forced to abandon her previous life in favor of the Old Ways, which is the central focus of the Psijic Order. Ulliceta gra-Kogg would study at the Psijic Order for many years, gaining a reputation among her teachers, being called Adma'na, which is "poor listener" in the Altmer Language. Around 2E 583, Ulliceta had uncovered the Eye of Rememberance and decided to traverse the Traitor's Vault, which was formerly Mannimarco's laboratory during his time on Artaeum. Ulliceta and an associate of the Psijic Order explored the ruins, uncovering Mannimarco and Vanus Galerion's early history and rivalry. However, Ulliceta was caught by the Relicmaster, Glenadir. This resulted in Ulliceta's banishment from the Psijic Order. She would later relocate to the newly-built second Orsinium, where she remained at the Temple of Ire.
Ulliceta gra-Kogg quickly joined the local Mages Guild and eventually became the Magister of the Mages Guild at Nova Orsinium. Ulliceta was at the forefront of defending the use of Necromancy against Voth Karlyss, the Magister of Corinthe. In the end, Arch-Mage Hannibal Traven banned guild mages from practising the Black Arts at the end of the Third Era. It was revealed that not only was Ulliceta an apologist of Necromancy, but a practitioner; when the Order of the Lamp attempted to apprehend her, she was able to escape their clutches. Ulliceta's argument in favor of Necromancy was documented in The Black Arts On Trial, as Traven felt it was worthy of inclusion. Her ultimate fate is unknown.