A beautiful Couatl in its true form. Add this rare and fierce yet stunning creature to your next tabletop adventure!
Large winged serpents act as agents of the forces of good, spreading hope and happiness wherever they go.
Who Made This?
MZ4250 is the designer of this amazing creature. He intended to make sure everyone could immerse themselves with the use of miniatures by creating as many as he can. Go and join his patreon and show him how much we love his work!!
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History Of The Couatl
Couatl were created from the blood of their goddess Jazirian After her injury at the dawn of creation at the teeth of her brother Ahriman. Hence, from the drops of blood that hit heaven sprung the Couatl; fully formed, wise and with great magical power. They live on the Material Plane in warm jungles where they are sometimes revered by the locals as gods. Consequently, those whom they deem worthy and have the right skills might be selected to be trained in the ways of Couatl magic and become Rainbow Servants. Therefore, being versed in both arcane and divine magic. However, in return for their new power these individuals become part of the Couatls’ information network.
The Couatl owe their mythological inspiration to the Aztec god Quetzlcoatl, known as the Feathered Serpent and repeatedly depicted as a winged snake with rainbow colored feathers in lieu of scales. In Fact, their alignment connotations are because Quetzlcoatl is generally perceived as the only “good” god of the Aztecs. Namely since he was the only one who did not demand human sacrifice. So, this makes him pretty unique; Hence, the god of rain demands children be drowned in sacred wells in order to bring the rain, Additionally, whilst the god of the harvest had people skinned alive in his honor, for example.
Where To Find Designer
You can find MZ4250 (Miguel Zavala) at the following links: