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[[File:Tlaloc.jpg|thumb|"I am the Aztec God of Rain. A proper offering to me is a burned incense of yauhtli. You can find my stories hidden deep beneath Teotihuacan."]]''<small>Spirit derives from Aztec culture.''
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[[File:Tlaloc.jpg|thumb|"I am the Aztec God of Rain. A proper offering to me is a burned incense of yauhtli. You can find my stories hidden deep beneath Teotihuacan."]]''<small>Spirit derives from Aztec culture.
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Tlāloc is the supreme god of the rain, and a god of earthly fertility and of water, in the pantheon of Aztec gods.
 
Tlāloc is the supreme god of the rain, and a god of earthly fertility and of water, in the pantheon of Aztec gods.
   
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Tlāloc is also associated with caves, springs, and mountains, most specifically the sacred mountain (Mount Tlāloc) in which he was believed to reside.
 
Tlāloc is also associated with caves, springs, and mountains, most specifically the sacred mountain (Mount Tlāloc) in which he was believed to reside.
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''His animal forms include herons and water-dwelling creatures such as amphibians, snails, and possibly sea creatures, particularly shellfish.''</small>
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His animal forms include herons and water-dwelling creatures such as amphibians, snails, and possibly sea creatures, particularly shellfish.</small>''
   
   

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