Coyolxauhqui and Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli Picture

Stuff from my sketchbook and the CUETZPALIN Mythos, somewhat inspired by the Ancient Mexica Cosmology
To get a better grasp on what the story is about, check part 1 and part 2

Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli's passage through Tlalocan has left ruins on its wake, with the liberation of Kukulcan, as he and Xochiquetzal had set to follow Cipactli. But Xochiquetzal & Kukulcan would make it straight to the Huehueyolcatl, while Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli would make a supposedly short stop on another land, the land where Tlaloc & Chalchiuhtlicue were headed after turning their backs on Huitzopoca, for he had a task to accomplish for his friend, Hunahpu, who had died at his sight, just like his brother, by the hands of the war god (or so they were thought to be dead. They're known to resurrect in many forms - but Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli has always been skeptical, he is still a bit, even after claiming to be a god himself)
. Hunahpu told him to train his solar powers, stolen from his rival Tonatiuh, with a frost giant known to him and his brother, one known as Abaris the Hyperborean. But what expected him on the land of Tlaloc's origin has been far more cloudy, and in time he began to have sights of the dead Moon Goddess he fell in love with during his stay on Tlalocan, visions that in no way could be real, and in time, he would meet with a deadly stream asking for death - upon attending to its request, he just realized he just lost his ability to dream, and now could get back to his goals on those dark wonderlands, but he was now being persecuted by a god far more powerful than he could grasp.
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