In Aztec mythology, Piltzintecuhtli was a god of the rising sun, healing, and visions, associated with Tonatiuh. The name means "the Young Prince". It may have been another name for Tonatiuh, but he is also mentioned as a possibly unique individual, the husband of Xochiquetzal. He was the lord of the third hour of the night. Piltzintecuhtli was said to be the son of Oxomoco and Cipactonal (the first man and woman that were created) and was seen as a protector of children. He was identified as the Youthful Sun.
Known also as "7 Flower," he was also a god of hallucinatory plants, including mushrooms.
He was considered the father of Centeotl, a deity who was sacrificed in order to bring forth plants.
Piltzintecuhtli is the patron of healers (tizitl). He does not have any barracks dedicated to him. His healers live in the Infirmary (partly due to most gods thinking he does not have any combat powers) . Healers can be either demigods or mortals or naguals. Unlike Toci's warriors, demigods regain all of their abilities.
Healers are able to use light energy to heal other people.
Healers are able to quicken the healing processes and take the pain away. They cannot completely take the pain away in major wounds. The larger the wound, the more drained the healers become.
Healers are able to keep a person alive if they are at the brink of death but every second they do it, drains them a lot. The longer the healer sustains a person's life, the more their life shortens.
Healers are able to rapidly heal and restore emotions and spirits of others. Healers can cure detrimental emotions, heal trauma and remove emotional pain. The more they heal, the more their sanity slips.