Illustrator: Hiroe Rei
CV: Endou Aya
Quetzalcoatl is one of the highest deities in Aztec mythology from Central America.
She is a kind, carefree, and wise goddess.
She despised human sacrifice, and loved humans.
The god of life, harvest, culture, rain, and wind.
Legend also tells that she ruled the sun, for a time.
This is an incarnation of a copy of one of the highest beings.
Due to these abnormal circumstances, Quetzalcoatl has taken the appearance of a completely unknown woman, descending upon the modern era as a god who loves the proud Mexican sport of lucha libre.
…It’s not as if she’s particularly worshiped as a god of lucha libre. She just really likes lucha.
STR B, CON B, AGI B+, MGI EX, LCK A+, NP EX
Wisdom of the Virtuous God: A+
Lucha Libre: EX
Magic Resistance: A
Goddess’s Core: EX
Bond Level 1
Height: 168 cm
Weight: 51 kg
Source: Aztec mythology
Region: Central America
Alignment: Lawful Good
A portion of Quetzalcoatl has been given form and incarnated as a Servant.
Bond Level 2
The name “Quetzalcoatl” means “feathered serpent” or “winged serpent.”
He is worshiped as a god who rejects sacrificial rites, and conflated with both Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli — the god of Venus, the morning star — and the Mayan god Kukulkan.
Quetzalcoatl was a righteous god under whom humans prospered. He was destroyed by the god Tezcatlipoca, and disappeared from the Aztecs, leaving behind only a prophecy of his return.
Bond Level 3
Quetzalcoatl was originally a male god, but has acquired the aspect of a goddess in this current incarnation.
According to her, maybe she was influenced by her long association with the planet Venus, and Venus (Aphrodite) was a goddess of beauty, after all.
The gods of Central American mythologies differ greatly from the deities of other mythologies in the sense that they acted through human vessels.
Just as the many attributions of Quetzalcoatl depended on the region in which she was worshiped, perhaps, in some era, this woman was once Quetzalcoatl’s body.
Bond Level 4
O Flame, Burn the Gods Themselves — Xiuhcoatl
Type: Anti-personnel/Anti-fortress Noble Phantasm
A recreation of the flames which consumed Quetzalcoatl’s own temple, when he burned it down to prevent the evil Tezcatlipoca from acquiring its many treasures.
Flames envelop the area, and enemies are prevented from invoking their Noble Phantasms for a time…
…However, this Noble Phantasm has taken on an extremely bizarre form due to its user’s love of lucha libre.
Basically, she spins her opponent around in the air and drops them headfirst. Or, depending on the situation, she might kick the opponent from a height of 1000 meters. Such are the meteorically shocking maneuvers this Noble Phantasm has been adapted to.
She calls it “Ultimo Tope Patada.”
Bond Level 5
Winged Serpent — Quetzalcoatl
Type: Anti-personnel/Anti-army Noble Phantasm
This Noble Phantasm is the reason Quetzalcoatl has the Rider class.
She summons the Cretaceous-era pterosaur Quetzalcoatlus which is named after herself, and rides it.
In reality, it is a Phantasmal Species of the Phantasmal to Divine class, which is far more powerful than the Quetzalcoatlus that lived in the Cretaceous period.
Quetzalcoatlus is known as the largest flying animal of all time.
When the beast’s true name is invoked, Quetzalcoatl is able to control massive rain and thunderstorms while mounted… but this effect is generally not used in Fate/Grand Order.
Bond Level 5
The reason for Quetzalcoatl’s fascination with lucha libre (professional wrestling) is simple. Apparently, she witnessed lucha libre when she was summoned in some time and place, and the sight shocked her so deeply that it even lit Quetzalcoatl’s main self aflame in the seat of gods.
“Yes, the flesh! In a fight to the death, one should avoid using weapons as much as possible!
Lucha is the best tactic in dialogue, too!”
She loves the luchador Mistico.
As the god of the wind and Venus, the sight of this wingless luchador (female wrestlers are luchadoras) soaring through the air moved her to tears, and she even glimpsed the future, or something.
Fortunately, Quetzalcoatl’s tenacious and diligent nature allowed her to become a Lucha Master in the blink of an eye.
Quetzalcoatl boasts that she can headlock any divinity or monster into submission if she felt like it, but as a lucha libre proponent of primarily aerial maneuvers, she has sealed her locking techniques which form the soul of lucha.