Mayahuel

The Goddess of Maguey, and was once one of the Tzitzimimeh before Quetzalcoatl fell in love with her.

Description:

Mayahuil

Attributes: Strength 3, Dexterity 5, Stamina 9, Charisma 9, Manipulation 6, Appearance 7, Perception 4, Intelligence 3, Wits 5
Virtues: Conviction 2, Courage 2, Duty 5, Loyalty 3
Abilities: Art 1, Athletics 1, Awareness 3, Brawl 1, Command 3, Empathy 5, Fortitude 1, Integrity 1, Larceny 2, Occult 4, Politics 2, Presence 4, Stealth 2
Birthrights Guide (Patecatl) 5, Followers (the Centzon Totochin) 5, Relic- (Cup of Octli – Animal, Chaos, Fertility, Health) 5
Supernatural Powers
Epic Attributes: Epic Strength 1 (Hang On), Epic Dexterity 1 (Escape Artist), Epic Stamina 4 (Raise Your Glass, Inner Furnace, Devourer, Internal Refinery), Epic Charisma 8 (Benefit of the Doubt, Blessing of Importance, BFF, Girls will be Girls, Hapless Cool, Unimpeachable Reference, Crowd Control, Charmer), Epic Manipulation 2 (Blurt it Out, God’s Honest), Epic Appearance 3 (Center of Attention, Come Hither, Meet Me Back Stage)
Boons: Accelerate Growth, Animal Aspect (Rabbits), Animal Command (Rabbits), Animal Communication (Rabbits), Animal Feature (Rabbits), Animal Form (Rabbits), Antidote, Combat Sacrifice, Create Animal (Rabbits), Blessing of Health / Curse of Frailty, Bless or Blight, Cleanse, Cradle-Song, Epic Enhancement (Rabbits), Eye of the Storm, Green Thumb, Hornet’s Nest, Instant Riot, Maguey Sting, Natural Camouflage, Obsidian Extraction, Obsidian Mutilation, Poco a Poco, Reception of Sacrifice, Ride Animal (Rabbits), Sacrifice of Will, The Burning Heart, Toxic Thorn, Twist Plants, Verdant Creation, Virility / Muleoprity
Join Battle: 6
Soak 4A/11L/14B
Health Levels -0×13/Incap
Dodge DV: 8 Willpower: 8
Legend: 9 Legend Points: 9

Bio:

As the personification of the maguey plant, Mayahuel was also part of a complex of interrelated maternal and fertility goddesses in Aztec mythology and is also connected with notions of fecundity and nourishment. She is the wife of Xochipilli and was once the lover of Quetzalcoatl, who fell in love with her whilst she was still one of the Tzitzimimeh. When Itzpapalotl found out she ripped the girl to pieces only for her to rise again as a true goddess with the blossoming of a maguey flower.

Mayahuil is the goddess of not just Maguey, but also Pulque, the alcohol derived from it, and by extension all other alcoholic beverages as well. She also has a close connection to motherhood and to fertility and is said to ensure the birth of all children conceived under her auspices.

she and her Husband, Xochipilli, have over 400 children called the Centzon Totochin or 400 rabbits, mischievous little divinities that spread inebriation in their wake.

Mayahuel

Nemontemi Raymer