Chicomecoatl by marffi89-d4kes6z

In Aztec mythology, Chicomecoatl "Seven snakes", was the Aztec goddess of agriculture during the Middle Culture period. She is sometimes called "goddess of nourishment", a goddess of plenty and the female aspect of corn.

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.

Her children reside in Barrack G along with children of Mayahuel.



  • Children of Chicomecoatl can entangle an opponent with vines which cannot be easily cut.
  • Children of Chicomecoatl can make someone overpower someone with stomach pain making them groan in agony for a long period of time.


  • Children of Chicomecoatl have the ability to summon a huge tree which blocks attacks for a short while. The user will be tired soon afterwards.
  • Children of Chicomecoatl can cause spiked plants grow on the ground which lasts for a short time.


  • Children of Chicomecoatl are able to create maize plants out of nowhere.


  • Children of Chicomecoatl are able to create hedge mazes easily.
  • Children of Chicomecoatl are able to make a person feel nourished making them fight more easily.

Leadership PowersEdit

  • Children of Chicomecoatl are able to summon a huge mutant tree (i.e. Venus flytrap, mutant oak, mutant pine) or induce mutation unto a tree. The said tree attacks anyone that is within its vicinity including the creator.


  • Children of Chicomecoatl are excellent cookers and farmers.