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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Quetzalcoatl was an extremely powerful being that visited Earth several hundred years earlier. During his time on Earth, Quetzalcoatl interacted with a Native American tribe in what would later become Mexico. This tribe, the Aztecs, would come to worship Quetzalcoatl as a god following his departure. While Quetzalcoatl had originally preached a message of peace to the tribe, the Aztecs used Quetzalcoatl to justify sacrificing a large number of humans over the years.

After departing Earth, Quetzalcoatl eventually came to the Klingon world of Hrakkour. Preaching a message of peace, Quetzalcoatl convinced the Klingon colonists to adopt a more peaceful outlook on life. In response, Admiral Vlict Kenka committed genocide, killing all the colonists on Hrakkour.

In 2268 the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) encountered Quetzalcoatl on the planet Zamphor. Quetzalcoatl initially refused to believe Captain James T. Kirk when he was told of what had happened on Earth after his departure, and subjected Kirk and his landing party to several trials. Quetzalcoatl was impressed to see that Kirk and the landing party solved these trials without resorting to violence, and reconsidered what Kirk told him at his initial meeting.

Having tired of his existence of a god, Quetzalcoatl informed Doctor Leonard McCoy that there was a gland in his body that gave him his god-like powers. Quetzalcoatl, having tired of his god-like existence had McCoy surgically remove the gland, turning him into a mortal in the process.

Feeling that the level of brutality would be too much for even the Klingon government, Kenka used Quetzalcoatl as a scapegoat for the genocide on Hrakkour. The Klingons forced the Federation to bring Quetzalcoatl to Hrakkour for trial, and Admiral Kenka attempted to have Quetzalcoatl executed. An advanced being known as Bialbi intervened and stopped the execution. Bialbi would've executed Kenka, but Captain Kirk intervened and Bialbi relented - ordering Kenka to leave Hrakkour and never return on pain of death. Following this, the Enterprise returned Quetzalcoatl to his home. (Star Trek: 25th Anniversary)

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From DC Database

Character Template Character Template
Real Name
Current Alias

Aliases
Kukulcan; The Feathered Serpent

Identity


Relatives
Mixcoatl (father), Coatlique (mother), Xolotl (brother)

Universe

Base Of Operations

Characteristics
Gender

Eyes

Skin

Unusual Features
In the form of Kukulcan, Quetzalcoatl resembles a great golden serpent with feathers who can become massive enough to stretch across the heavens. His normal humanoid form has not yet been depicted.

Status
Marital Status

Occupation
God of wisdom and culture

Origin
Origin

Place of Birth
Mount Coatepec in Mexico

Creators

Contents

History

Quetzalcoatl is one of the Coatli who were worshipped as gods by the Mayans and Aztecs of Ancient Mexico.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Concept art of Quetzalcoatl in Final Fantasy VIII by Tetsuya Nomura.

Quetzalcoatl (ケッツクアトル, Kettsukuatoru) is a recurring summon in the Final Fantasy series. Its appearance has changed greatly since its first appearance in the relatively late Final Fantasy VIII as Quezacotl (ケツァクウァトル, Ketsakuwatoru). This aside, Quetzalcoatl always appears as a Lightning-based Summon, and as a winged creature of some sort.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy VIII

Thunder Storm

Quezacotl, known as Golgotha in the French translation, is one of the first two Guardian Forces available in Final Fantasy VIII. It is obtained by entering the tutorials from Squall's desk in the classroom at the very beginning of the game. If Squall does not access the tutorial before leaving Balamb Garden for the first time, Quistis will give both Quezacotl and Shiva to Squall before reaching the World Map.

Quezacotl's attack, Thunder Storm, is an Lightning-elemental attack that damages all enemies.

Abilities learned from Quetzalcoatl are listed below:

Command Ability AP GF Ability AP
Magic NA Boost 10
Draw NA SumMag +10% 40
GF NA SumMag +20% 70
Item NA SumMag +30% 140
Card 40 GF HP +10% 40
Junction Ability AP GF HP +20% 70
HP-J 50 Character Ability AP
Vit-J 50 Mag +20% 60
Mag-J NA Mag +40% 120
Elem-Atk-J 160 Menu Ability AP
Elem-Def-J 100 T Mag-RF 30
Elem-Def-J x2 130 Mid Mag-RF 60
Card Mod-RF 80
Triple Triad
Quezacotl
Image:TTQuezacotl.png Level 8 (GF Card) Element Thunder
Refine 1 refines into 100 Dynamo Stones
Drop N/A
Card N/A
Win Mayor Dobe in Fisherman's Horizon


Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Quezacotl, as he appears in Revenant Wings.
For the enemy page, see Quetzalcoatl (Revenant Wings)
"Earthbound avian who flings bolts of lightning from his lowly perch."
—In-Game Description

Quetzalcoatl now resembles a small bird wearing armor in Revenant Wings. He is the rank 1 Thunder Magical summon, and only casts Thunder.

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Etymology

Quetzalcoatl is one of the major deities in ancient Mesoamerican mythology. Quetzalcōhuātl means in the Nahuatl language "feathered serpent". Due to the many civilizations worshiping the same deity using different names for it in the span of almost 2,000 years, the exact attributes and significance of this god varies. Most stories, though, agree upon Quetzalcoatl being the god of the morning star and being known as the inventor of books, the calendar and the giver of maize to mankind. The worship of Quetzalcoatl was, in some religions, connected with human sacrifices, while in others, opposed to human sacrifices.

Trivia


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Quetzalcoatl (Earth-616) article)

From Marvel Database

Character Template Help
Quetzalcoatl

Quetzalcoatl (Earth-616)
Gallery
Real Name
Aliases
Ehecatl, Kukulcan

Identity

Affiliation
Gods of Mexico

Relatives
Mixcoatl (father), Xolotl (brother), Tezcatlipoca (uncle), Chalchihuitlique (wife)

Universe

Base Of Operations
Xibalba

Characteristics
Gender

Height
6' 4" (Variable)

Weight
575 lbs (261 kg) (Variable)

Eyes

Hair

Status
Citizenship

Marital Status

Occupation
God of wisdom, culture and sun

Origin
Origin
Quetzalcoatl is one of the Coatli, once worshipped as gods by the Mayans and Aztecs of Ancient Mexico

First appearance

Thor Annual #8
(November, 1979)

Contents

History

History of character is unknown.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

He is the Morning Star(Sun) and has control over weather. He can comand the sky, wind, light, death, water, ressurection,earth, and can teleport even to the underworld. He is also known as the feathered serpent half bird and half snake. He can change his apperance and possess other's. With the help of his power items he will have control over thing's such as matter.

Abilities

Lord Of Creation

Strength level

Strength of Aztec gods upper limit possibly 60Tons

Paraphernalia

Equipment

None

Transportation

Flight

Weapons

None, except when he uses his power items to incrase his own power

Links

Discover and Discuss


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YCM

Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

Quetzalcoatl
English: Quetzalcoatl
Attribute: LIGHT Image:Light.png
Types: Winged Beast/Effect
Level: 6 Image:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.png
ATK/DEF: 2400/2100
Card Lore: Once per turn you can destroy one Spell or Trap card you control to Special Summon one monster in your Hand. If this card would be destroyed you can destroy one Spell or Trap card you control instead.
Sets with this Card: Fantasy Memories - FYMS - EN002
Card Limit: Unlimited
Other Card Information: Gallery - Rulings
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Level 6  +

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