Chicnahuiquatl aka Chino Mendez
Cost Characteristic Value Roll Notes
5 STR 15/55 20- Lift: 51.2tons; HTH: 11d6; END: [5]
9 DEX 13/23 14- OCV: 8  DCV: 8
10 CON 15/25 14-
2 BODY 11/14 12-
8 INT 18 13- PER Roll: 13-
16 EGO 18 13- ECV: 6; Mental Defense: 10
8 PRE 18/28 15- PRE Attack: 5 1/2d6
4 COM 18/28 15-
1 PD 24   Total: 32 PD (20 rPD)
0 ED 18   Total: 20 ED (15 rED)
7 SPD 3/5   Phases: 3, 5, 8, 10, 12
0 REC 6/16   Running: 6" / 12"
0 END 30/80   Swimming: 2" / 4"
1 STUN 28/85   Flight: 15" / 120"
AZTEC | Summary
Real Name: Chicnahuiquatl aka Chino Mendez Hair Color: Black
Concept: Energy Projector Eye Color: Green
Affiliation: Defensa Suprema Height & Weight: 6' 8" (2.03 m) / 300 lbs (136.00 kg)
Played By: NPC Date of Birth: May 5, 1987
Created By: Noah Thorp Place of Birth: St. Lucas Monastery, Monterey, Mexico
Cost Powers END
171 Weather Powers: Variable Power Pool, 100 base + 71 control cost, Powers Can Be Changed As A Half-Phase Action (+1/2), No Skill Roll Required (+1) (225 Active Points); all slots All Powers Must Be Based On Manipulations Of The Weather (-1/2), Not Underwater or in a Vacuum (-1/4)
0 1) Lightning Blast: Energy Blast 13d6, Indirect ( Same origin, always fired away from attacker; +1/4), Reduced Endurance (1/2 END; +1/4) (97 Active Points); Beam (-1/4), Real Cost: 48 4
0 2) Stormy Weather: Change Environment 16" radius (16" Any Area; +0), -3 to Hearing Group PER Rolls, -7" Flight, Long-Lasting: 1 Hour, Multiple Combat Effects, Personal Immunity (+1/4), Megascale (1" = 1 km; +1/4) (100 Active Points) Real Cost: 57 10
0 3) Thunderclap: Hearing Group Flash 13d6, Reduced Endurance (1/2 END; +1/4), Personal Immunity (+1/4), Area Of Effect Nonselective Target (12" Radius; +1) (97 Active Points) Real Cost: 48 4
0 4) Violent Winds: Telekinesis (38 STR), Area Of Effect Nonselective Target (6" Radius; +3/4) (100 Active Points); Affects Whole Object (-1/4), Real Cost: 50 10
20 Weather Powers: Elemental Control, 50-point powers, (25 Active Points); all slots Not Underwater or in a Vacuum (-1/4)
22 1) Shield of Winds: Force Field (20 PD/15 ED), Reduced Endurance (0 END; +1/2) (52 Active Points); Not Underwater or in a Vacuum (-1/4) 0
20 2) Wind Riding: Flight 15", x8 Noncombat, Reduced Endurance (1/2 END; +1/4) (50 Active Points); Not Underwater or in a Vacuum (-1/4) 2
6 Divine Mind: Mental Defense (10 points total) 0
4 Godly Beauty: +10 COM (5 Active Points); Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4) 0
16 Godly Constitution: +10 CON (20 Active Points); Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4) 0
24 Godly Dexterity: +10 DEX (30 Active Points); Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4) 0
12 Godly Endurance: +30 END (15 Active Points); Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4) 0
5 Godly Life-force: +3 BODY (6 Active Points); Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4) 0
14 Godly Mien: Life Support (Longevity: Immortal; Safe in High Pressure; Safe in High Radiation; Safe in Intense Cold; Safe in Intense Heat; Safe in Low Pressure/Vacuum) 0
8 Godly Presence: +10 PRE (10 Active Points); Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4) 0
8 Godly Speed: +1 SPD (10 Active Points); Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4) 0
23 Godly Stamina: +29 STUN (29 Active Points); Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4) 0
32 Godly Strength: +40 STR (40 Active Points); Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4) 4
7 Instant Change: Cosmetic Transform 2d6 (into and out of Superhero costume) (10 Active Points); Limited Target (Clothes) Limited (-1/2) 1
Cost Perquisites
3 Chicnahuiquatl: Reputation: Aztec God (A medium-sized group) 11-, +3/+3d6
Cost Skills
1 AK: Aztec Civilisation (Modern Sites) 8-
3 Breakfall 12- (14-)
-2 Defensa Suprema Team Package
Member of Defensa Suprema (National Police Powers)
Monitored: Mexican Government 8-
Social Limitation: Famous
Systems Operation 13-
TF: Suprema Vehicles
Team Communicator Earpiece: High Range Radio Perception (Radio Group) (12 Active Points); IIF (-1/4)
Teamwork 12- (14-)
0 Everyman Skills
AK: Monterey, Mexico 11-
Acting 8-
Climbing 8-
Concealment 8-
Conversation 8-
Deduction 8-
Language: Aztec (idiomatic)
PS: Demigod 11-
Paramedics 8-
Persuasion 8-
Shadowing 8-
Stealth 8-
TF: Small Motorized Ground Vehicles
3 Language: English (completely fluent)
3 Language: Spanish (completely fluent)
3 Oratory 13- (15-)
2 PS: University Student 11-
3 Power: Weather Control 13-
15 Scholar
KS: Aztec Culture and Religion (5 Active Points) 15-
KS: Books (University Bookshop) (2 Active Points) 11-
KS: Defensa Suprema (2 Active Points) 11-
KS: Enemies Of Defensa Suprema (Known Adversaries) (2 Active Points) 11-
KS: Known Uberhumans (North and South America) (2 Active Points) 11-
KS: Weather (3 Active Points) 13-
KS: World Mythology (3 Active Points) 13-
3 Tactics 13-
350+ Disadvantages
15 Distinctive Features: Godly Mien-Causes Awe
15 Hunted: Defensa Suprema Rogues' Gallery 8-
15 Hunted: Huitzilopachtli 8-
15 Hunted: Ruin 8-
15 Physical Limitation: Weird Biochemistry Requires Specialist Medical Care
15 Psychological Limitation: Cannot Stand By and Let Evil Occur
20 Psychological Limitation: Code Versus Killing
15 Psychological Limitation: Fearless
10 Social Limitation: Constantly Scrutinized by Media, Government and Public
15 Social Limitation: Secret Identity Frequently
0 Experience Points
AZTEC | Points Summary
Characteristics Cost: 71 Base Points: 350
Powers Cost: 392 Disadvantages: 150
Talents Cost: 0 Total Experience: 0
Perks Cost: 3 Spent Experience: 0
Martial Arts Cost: 0 Unspent Experience: 0
Skills Cost: 34 Total Points: 500

The church bells were ringing loudly in the storm that seemed to hover over the monastery of St. Lucas that night. Brother Esteban was busy shuttering the windows when he thought he saw something outside in the storm. It was quite the shock for the poor brother. He could have sworn that he saw a gigantic winged serpent flying outside. Brother Esteban quickly crossed himself and slammed the shutters tightly against the monster and the storm.

Brother Esteban was turning to return to the rectory when he heard a loud bang at the door to the monastery. More in curiosity than fear Brother Esteban crept to the front door. Throwing the locks the winds of the storm practically blew the door from its hinges. Along with the wind came fierce rain blowing inside the entryway to the monastery. Brother Esteban took a quick look to see what might have caused such a sound. Silently he prayed that it wasn't the monster that he thought he had saw.

What Brother Esteban saw was this, an Indian woman, obvious pregnant leaning against the doorway, who quickly collapsed into his arms. The woman mumbled a few words in a language Brother Esteban didn't know. It didn't take the brother long to figure out that woman was in labor.

Quickly Brother Esteban summoned Brother Armando, and Brother Jose to his aid. The three monks then carried the distressed woman to the infirmary. It was obvious to the three brothers that the baby was coming soon. The woman screamed out in pain. The birth was really difficult. At the stroke of midnight the baby was born. The birth of the child was heralded by the deafening sound of thunder.

The baby was a beautiful boy. Unfortunately the boys' mother didn't survive the ordeal. The woman had lost too much blood. Brother Esteban had to run to the hospital in a driving rain storm to bring the local doctor back. The doctor examined the baby and pronounced him healthy and then summoned the authorities to take care of the body.

Twenty Years Later

Chino was just finishing his last class at the University of Mexico City when disaster struck. A major earthquake started shaking the city. Buildings started waving, people screamed in fear before starting to panic, and the streets buckled under the force of the quake. Chino stood mesmerized looking at the chaos. A strange feeling swept over him. Overhead a gigantic thunder head formed out of nowhere. If anyone was able to take the time to look at it, they would've noticed that it looked a lot like a colossal winged serpent. The cloud serpent opened its mouth and a streak of lightning arced down from the sky striking Chino directly.

Chino screamed out in awe as the electricity coursed through his veins. He felt awesome. Power coursed through his veins. Suddenly Chino knew who he was; he was Chicnahuiquatl the son of Quetzalcoatl the Feathered Serpent. In his place stood Chicnahuiquatl, a true god of the Aztecs.

Using his godly powers, Chicnahuiquatl rose up over Mexico City upon a breeze of his own creation. Surveying the carnage, he saw a number of fires near the university. With a wave of his hand rain came pouring down putting out the fires. With another wave of his hand winds swept up blowing the smoke away. Chicnahuiquatl was greatly moved by the destruction he saw. He spent the rest of the day helping the people of the city the best he could. The people who saw him started calling him Aztec.

It was a long day, and many people were hurt or killed. But things could've been worse if it wasn't for Chicnahuiquatl. Finally there was nothing left for Chicnahuiquatl to do, so he settled down near the National Palace in the Zocalo. He thought he would rest for a moment, when the President of Mexico arrived along with his bodyguards. The president praised him for his efforts at saving the city.

"So senor," said the president, "what do you call yourself?"

"I guess you can call me Aztec," said Chicnahuiquatl.

Aztec is the newest member of Defensa Suprema, but he has been an instant hit with the media and the thousands of adoring fans across the country. He is also, by far, the most powerful member of the team (something which doesn't sit too well with some of the veteran members).



Aztec, even though he's descended from the Feathered Serpent, is very much a guardian of the mortal race. As such, Aztec cannot stand by a let evil occur around him. He will go out of his way to protect mortals by trouncing evil.

Being godlike, Aztec has no real fear of death. Aztec goes into any fight without fear. Fear is for lesser beings. This fearlessness at times has gotten Aztec into battles against foes who're way too powerful for him. This has never stopped him though. No matter how many times Aztec is beaten down, he always gets back up.

Unlike the other members of the Aztec pantheon, Chicnahuicoatl being born of a mortal woman has a great respect for mortal life. This is one of the reasons he fights so hard for their protection. Therefore, Aztec will not willingly take another mortals life, nor allow others to do the same. Even if he has to put himself in harms way.



"Do you feel the sky? The wind is my heartbeat. The rain my blood. And the lightning is my anger. Do not stir them up or you will regret it."



Aztec has the very sky at his command. With a mere wave of his hand torrential storms spring up dowsing everything with water. When Aztec summons up one of his storms, it becomes hard to see, hear, or even move around due to all of the rain. Aztec, however, isn't affected by the storms in the least.

Aztec can also control the thunder and the lightning. Directing the storm, Aztec can cause deafening booms of thunder, or cause bursts of lightning to arc from his outstretched hands. Aztec's lightning is known to blow holes in walls. The very air around Aztec is under his command. Aztec can cause the air to pick up a foe and fling them over long distances. Also Aztec can cause the wind to pick himself, allowing him to fly. The very winds that pick up Aztec also provide him with protection from attacks.



In his Aztec form, Chicnahuiquatl is a sight to behold. He's a tall bronzed skinned man with a very muscular build. For a costume Aztec wears a serpent headdress of feathers, a white loincloth, and deerskin boots that reach up to his knees. When manifesting himself, Aztec appears from a burst of lightning. Otherwise Aztec has black hair that reaches midway down his back, and the greenest of eyes.

However, in his mortal form, Chino Mendez looks like an average Mexican. Typically Chino wears a Mexico City University sweatshirt, slacks, and sandals. Chino usually doesn't stand out that much in a crowd. To make a living Chino works at the university bookstore.