J. Name: ルコア • ケツァルコアトル
Quetzalcoatl(Goddess, or Serpent.)
Spectating Faction (Neutral)
When in her human form, Quetzalcoatl becomes a tall, fair-skinned voluptuous woman with enormous breasts. She has long, wavy blonde hair, taking on a turquoise and green color at the ends. She has heterochromia, where one iris has a different coloration from the other. Her left eye is black on the outside and yellow on the inside, with a green, slit pupil. Her right eye is green on the outside with designs and black on the inside with a yellow, slit pupil.
Lucoa appears to be laid-back and carefree, and is rarely seen without a smile. She is wise, kind and nurturing, and often has advice for her younger kin.
As a former goddess, she is better tuned to human customs, as seen when she explains to Tohru why Kobayashi was not receptive to Tohru's initial cleaning regimen. Despite this, however, Lucoa seems to severely lack some sense of propriety.
Lucoa is a former goddess, who is later stripped of her godhood after consuming a cursed liquor that a friend had given her, which led to a scandalous affair with her sister. However, she claims to be responsible for the development of civilization despite no longer bearing any title as a deity.
She currently resides in the Magatsuchi household as Shouta's familiar.
Quetzalcoatl lives with Shouta but does not work for her stay. The two of them have a complicated relationship as Shouta sees Quetzalcoatl as a demon rather than a dragon. Quetzalcoatl will often try to get Shouta's attention, often ending up embarrassing him instead.
An old friend of hers, Quetzalcoatl has faith in Tohru as she asks her and Kobayashi for help in convincing Shouta that she isn't a demon. She also cares for Tohru and will occasionally visit Kobayashi's place to check up on her.
Quetzalcoatl and Kobayashi have a good relationship. They'll often talk to each other while Tohru is away and Kobayashi trusts.
Yunuen Perez ✿ Weaving the feathered serpent
A Puebla artist in Melbourne recounts her journey across the Pacific and the feathered serpent she takes with her. "As I embarked on this journey, I felt deeply connected with childhood memories that took me back to markets in Cholula, Puebla where farmers from nearby regions bring their fresh produce to sell on a Plaza day"
today is a sad day for me 😔. my very close friend @tepin.necahual was sacrificed to #Quetzalcoatl, god of life and wisdom. though i am sad that he is now gone, the cause was noble. our sacrifices are our way to thank our wonderful gods and goddesses for our daily blessings. we take much value to the tona (heart); it is the seat of the people and a fragment of istli, the Sun’s heat. #humansacrifice#riptepin
Las divinidades femeninas ocuparon también un prodigioso lugar, sobre todo en aspectos como la maternidad, la fertilidad, o la belleza. Dentro de la cosmovisión mexica, sin duda las deidades femeninas tuvieron un lugar muy importante, donde más que ser las antagonistas de los dioses protectores como Tláloc, Quetzalcóatl, o Tezcatlipoca; fueron fuerzas complementarias para equilibrar el universo. Conoce más de este tema, entra al siguiente enlance 👇🏻 https://historiaparatodosmx.blogspot.com/2018/10/tonantzin-diosas-madres-de-los-mexicas.html?m=1