Comments on: Chapter 6: The Prime http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/ Updated Fridays. Usually. Tue, 15 May 2018 11:17:51 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.10 By: arisblaze http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/comment-page-1/#comment-6004 Sat, 25 Feb 2012 11:41:56 +0000 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/#comment-6004 Really should read the chapter before commenting but can’t resist with comments like this-

Quatzelcoatl, big feathered snake god of South American native tribes, commonly mistaken for the North American tribes’ thunderbird?

Forgot the jaguar god’s name, & the backwards footed cryptkeeper Xototl…. what a combination!!! ^.^

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By: Dani http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/comment-page-1/#comment-5606 Thu, 27 Oct 2011 03:14:48 +0000 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/#comment-5606 And a sister Itzpapalotl, or Obsidian Butterfly, who had something to do with the underworld as well, but I can’t remember what.

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By: Dani http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/comment-page-1/#comment-5605 Thu, 27 Oct 2011 03:12:25 +0000 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/#comment-5605 Well, Quetzalcoatl was more serious than Coyote. His rival, Tezcatlipoca seemed more of a trickster, what with being a god of shadows and sorcery. Tez’ name means “smoking mirror” if I recall correctly, and he was a jaguar, while Quetzalcoatl was a feathered snake possibly with wings.

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By: Dani http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/comment-page-1/#comment-5604 Thu, 27 Oct 2011 03:08:26 +0000 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/#comment-5604 It’s true. Quetz’ offerings were of butterflies and obsidian; butterflies being the carriers of souls, and obsidian being a very sacred stone. It was after the Aztecs moved in that Quetzalcoatl, whose name means “plumed serpent”, became the bloodthirsty sun god, Huitzapoctli (sp?) who demanded blood sacrifices.

Talk about one “Hell” of a makeover. Hee hee

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By: Derpington http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/comment-page-1/#comment-4889 Thu, 09 Jun 2011 21:03:00 +0000 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/#comment-4889 Oh hey ‘Coatl. <: This looks fuuun~

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By: Warriorking4ver http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/comment-page-1/#comment-3860 Wed, 12 Jan 2011 18:02:32 +0000 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/#comment-3860 beautiful cover! Love all the animals!

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By: Eagle0600 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/comment-page-1/#comment-3704 Tue, 21 Dec 2010 03:59:16 +0000 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/#comment-3704 The ‘snake’, is Quetzalcoatl, the Aztec god of learning. He’s the one in charge, unless any of those wolves happen to be gods.

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By: Eagle0600 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/comment-page-1/#comment-3703 Tue, 21 Dec 2010 03:52:45 +0000 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/#comment-3703 Thylacines are significantly thinner, and have larnger feet. Also, they’re marsupials, not lions.

That is definitely a feline in the front and probably canines in the back. Direwolves, maybe?

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By: Miri http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/comment-page-1/#comment-3445 Tue, 30 Nov 2010 00:55:45 +0000 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/#comment-3445 Actual, Quetzalcoatl was the god of learning as well as wind and rivers, and out of the entire Mayan pantheon, he was the only one who was actually nice. he would not accept human sacrifices; there were a couple other gods that didn’t require them, but he was sthe only one who would not accept them whatsoever.

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By: Irrevenoid http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/comment-page-1/#comment-3443 Mon, 29 Nov 2010 11:42:33 +0000 http://underlingcomic.com/page-one-hundred-twenty-one/#comment-3443 Please disregard my comment about the site not rendering properly. Looks like it had something to do with a plugin I was using.

Thanks.

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