Tales of TlalocPen and PaperTales of Tlaloc by CowgirlXena
Tlaloc was invited to give a lecture at an university about the Aztec culture and mythology from a god’s perspective. Originally they had asked Quetzalcoatl to come down and speak, he would’ve made a more logical choice he thought given how he is god of culture and knowledge, the creator of humankind who taught them various things. But Quetzalcoatl and Tezcatlipoca, ever the bickering idiots, manage to knock each other out in one of their fights so he voluntarily took his place.
He spend the next few days preparing the speech; sure he could talk about it off the top of his head for the duration of the event, but he never spoke in front of a huge audience before that wasn’t religious based in any way. So he ended up thinking long and hard about what he wanted to say and typed it up on his computer, keeping it informative but lighthearted as well with jokes here and there evenly throughout.
He was also lectured by Huitzilopochtli a few times, annoyingly en
Aztec LoveQuetzal/LionelAztec Love by CowgirlXena
It was a couple of days or so before the most romantic day of the year, Lionel and Quetzal would pretty much spend the entire day cuddling up to each other and going out doing something people in love do, ie going to the movies or dinner...or both. Which is what they end up doing, then they would come back home and have sex. Inbetween all of those activities they do, they give each other gifts and Lionel would take it further by making offering to Quetzal the morning of Valentine's Day.
He was down somewhere in Los Angeles for the time being with his step-son Tonatiuh to look for flowers and chocolates. Perhaps taking Tona with him to a chocolate wasn’t a good idea on his part as he thought of that now, seeing the sun god come up to him with armfuls of boxes of chocolates, but he wanted to come with to get something for Tlalcihuatl.
“Tona we are not buying that many boxes, go put them back.”
“But Papa! I love chocolate so much and you know