-Cantos de primavera
Rises the smoke of battle and the shields resound
thunderous, rises a wall of dust there where
your flowers shake, oh, Warrior, where make thunder
the varied Eagles and Tigers.
They'll be falling, they'll be suffering ruin: the battle
is woven, the dust is yellowed, the flowery reeds are
parted, and their crowns open.
-Chants of Spring
Most of the changes that have gone on are due to a series of books I read: "La mujer dormida debe dar a luz" (The sleeping woman must give birth) by Ayocuan, "Tlacaelel, el azteca entre los aztecas" (Tlacaelel, aztec between the aztecs) and "Regina: 2 de octubre no se olvida" (Regina: october 2nd is not forgotten) by Antonio Velasco Piña; chapter 3 is entirely based on the last book.
I skimmed over "Awakenings: Diablerie Mexico" and found it to be grossly innacurate (Mictlantecuhtli is the _nahuatl_ god of death; certainly not mayan). I've only heard bits and pieces of "The Chaos Factor", and will only use what is consistent with my world.
For this reason or even unconsciously, all the powers in the World of Darkness seek to appropriate the land, heedless of the consequences and heedless of the former inhabitants. The Technocracy is strong, but strong are the Dreamspeakers and the Celestial Chorists also. The Wyrm and the Weaver strangle the lands, but the Bete fight valiantly for the Wyld. The Sabbat controls the Cities as the Camarilla struggles to gain the country back, but the mysterious Mictlan rises again to claim power over their ancestral homeland.
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