Lord Krishna could have won the battle of Kurukshetra all by himself, but he chose to guide Arjun and drove his chariot for him. He says a job is a job; there is no small or big job. No labour is without dignity.
Sutasoma, the son of Bhim and Draupadi was the third of the Upapandavas. He played a major role in the battle by nearly killing Shakuni. He played a major role along with Yudhisthir and other Upapandavas in holding off Ashwatthama and Drona on the 15th day. He was favored by Arjun, who gave him a bow, and horses for his chariot.
It is said that when Draupadi was once praying for a husband, she asked that her husband be: 1) Righteous and good 2) Strong and brave 3) A great warrior 4) Good looking 5) Handsome Lord Shiva told her that no one man can have all the 5 qualities. But as usual Drupadi highly stubborn and egoistic would not relent, Lord Shiva granted her wish. Except she had to be the wife of 5 brothers- each Pandav brother had one of the qualities she desired.