Huitzilopochtli Necklace
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Origin

Huitzilopochtli

Type

Feather Necklace

Effects

Gives the wearer a large boost in energy

Downsides

After an hour, the user will 'crash'

Activation

Wearing the necklace

Collected by

Consultant Bri Rependata

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Meso-9124

Shelf

3498-24352-34

Date of Collection

7-21-13

[Source]


Aztec Empire[edit | edit source]

The great warrior and Sun God known as Huitzilopochtli was the child of a shameful pregnancy when his sister Coyolxauhqui planned to kill his mother while he was still in the womb.  Learning of this plan, he sprang from the womb fully grown and armed, forced to kill his sister and 400 brothers, who became the moon and stars respectfully.

Revered as not only a Sun God, but also a representation of Hummingbirds, he was often depicted as one.  Thus, several of his feathers found their way into reality.

Today: Montego Bay[edit | edit source]

While on vacation, Bri and Juan decided to take a tour of the local area, not only to take in the sights and to get Juan less paranoid about being watched, but to also track down a possible artifact.

Following her Trace, the came across a woman selling jewlery made with the natural beauty of the area, including a necklace with one of Huitzilopochtli's Feathers on it.  Buying it for herself, she found that the feather gave her an amazing energy boost every hour.

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