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Minor Gods and Goddesses

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1 Minor Gods and Goddesses on Fri Feb 24, 2012 1:47 pm

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The following gods and goddesses serve under the other three, but can be as dangerous as they... If you would like another god/goddess to be included, message me and reply their information on this thread. If you would like to adopt any of these, as always, message me with a snippet of a roleplay of you as that character

Xolotl:
In art, Xolotl was depicted as a skeleton, a dog-headed man - "xolotl" can also mean "dog" in Nahuatl, the Aztec language - or a monster animal with reversed feet. He was also the patron of the Ulama game. He is identified with Xocotl as being the Aztec god of fire.


Itzpzpalotl:
A goddess of Agriculture representing famine and death shown as Vulture. Obsidian Butterfly. Beautiful, demonic, armed with the claws of a jaguar. The female counterpart of Itzcoliuhqui.


Chicomecoatl:
In Aztec mythology, Chicomecoatl ("Seven Serpent", also the name of a day of the Aztec calendar) was a goddess of food and produce, especially maize and, by extension, a goddess of fertility.

Every September, she received a sacrifice of young girl, decapitated. The sacrifice's blood was poured on a statue of Chicmecoatl and her skin was worn by a priest. She was thought of as a female counterpart to Centeotl and was also called Xilonen ("the hairy one", which referred to the hairs on unshucked maize), who was married to Tezcatlipoca. She often appeared with attributes of Chalchiuhtlicue, such as her headdress and the short lines rubbing down her cheeks. She is usually distinguished by being shown carrying ears of maize. She is shown in three different forms:

* As a young girl carrying flowers
* As a woman who brings death with her embraces
* As a mother who uses the sun as a shield

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