Tag: Azlanti

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  • The Azlanti

    The Azlanti are a distant second to the New Order in terms of power in the New World. Originally the Ancient Aztec pantheon, known as the Teotl, which partially survived the horrors of Ragnarok, but were devastated by the New Order during the Teotl War. …

  • Languages of the Azlanti

    Kilkain, or Western Azlanti - Once a derivative language of Keshian, the isolation of the Azlanti has caused this language to diverge wildly from its parent language. It has now taken in elements of Khuzran and other beast languages, making it difficult …

  • Races of the Azlanti

    The Azlanti races are not playable in regular games, with the exception of Humans. These races are far above the standard race points of a playable race and are designed to be used as monstrous NPCs. *Human* *Wastelanders* * Type: Humanoid (Mutated …

  • Djinn

    D&D Portfolio Name: Djinn Alignment: Lawful Good Clerical Alignments: LG, LN, NG Portfolio: Fate, Stoneworking, Dream, Time, Construction, Architect Domain: Air, Artifice, Knowledge, Protection (Solitude) Sacrifice: Full of compassion, Djinn …

  • The Headless Horseman

    Born of the ill-fated one-night stand between Bagheera and Aquila, the divinity who became the being known as the Headless Horseman was always a man with the scent of doom and destiny about him. Terrifying in his combat prowess and possessing a unique …

  • El Tio

    The being who became known as El Tio, or the Uncle, was a surviving spirit of an ancient race now known as the Khuzkul, who were imprisoned far underground by the gods of the Ancient World. Stealthily and secretly, El Tio manipulated the humans who lived …

  • Xipe Totec

    The only surviving member of the original Teotl pantheon, Xipe Totec now reigns as the Supreme God of the Azlanti since he was the most powerful of the gods at the time of its creation. He ritually flays himself during the Festival of the Fallen Skin, …

  • La Malinche

    In the Old World, La Malinche was a kind woman who betrayed her country for a man, who ultimately forsook her love and betrayed her. Her grief was so immense that she drowned her own children in a river in order to prove her love for him; the nymphs of …

  • Coyote

    Coyote, a cultural legend from before the days of the Ancient American Empire, was a legendary trickster who stole from gods and men alike. He survived Ragnarok on his guile and his lies and, according to a well-known legend, stole a legendary bow from …

  • Rook

    History and Relationships: The mother of the Thutmose and companion of Great Thoth she has chosen exile in a vain attempt to save her family from their nihilistic quest of self-genocide. She has brokered deals with her sisters and …