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  • Huitzilopochtli

    God of war and protector of the city, Huitzilopochtli is the sun at its peak. He is often depicted with a black face, blue tattoos, a feathered crown and holding the xiuhcoatl, the obsidian (or fire) snake. He wasn't even born before his future siblings, …

  • Mictlantecuhtli

    Miclantecuhtli, along with his wife Mictecacihuatl, is the ruler of Mictlan, the aztec underworld. He looks nothing like a living man: skeletal, black hairs with stars and claw-like hands that can tear off souls. His belly is cut open, leaving his bowels …

  • Quetzalcoatl

    Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent, is the atzlanti god of vegetation and winds, but also their life's bringer. Pale, silver-haired, tall and athletic, garbed in green and red feathers, he is the son of the sun and of Coatlicue. He and his twin Xolotl …

  • Tezcatlipoca

    Called the lord of the smoking mirror, Tezcatlipoca is the god of fate, the bringer of discord and vice. He possesses great creative powers, just like Quetzalcoatl, yet he uses them for negative purposes. Tezcatlipoca draws mortals into cycles of …

  • Tlaloc

    Tlaloc is the Atzlanti god of rain, thunder, and fertility. He is mainly distinguished by his bulging eyes, his row of sharp teeth, his oversized nose, and his love of sacrificed children. He uses these sacrifices to power his balance of bringing life- …

  • Tlazolteotl

    Goddess of physical love and luxury, Tlazolteotl is also known as The Purificator, being also the goddess of filth. She is often depicted with mask and a moon-like ornament in her nose. She seeks confidence of everyone, and can go quite far just to get …

  • Xipe Totec

    God of the spring renewal and of nocturnal rain, of maze and seeds, Xipe Totec is one of the most cherished god of the Atzlanti pantheon. He is the one responsible for spring's return. To accomplish this, he needed human sacrifices, : they were first …