Parent of Leo
Associated Epic Attributes:
Quetzalcoatl is the greatest teacher of the Aztecs, the keeper of their culture and illuminator of mankind. The Feathered Serpent is a god of wind and water, and of fertility in both land and mind. The son of the star god, he has close ties to the sky and is the greatest inventor in Aztec history, having given humanity such important secrets as calendars and books. He is the opposite number of his twin Tezcatlipoca, an illuminating light to his brother’s mysterious darkness, but he is no less dangerous for all of that; his temper is equal to that of any in his pantheon, and he needs no less blood to survive than they do.
He is also the father of Leo Carruthers and seemed to despair of his refusal to believe what was happening when they first met.
He spirited Leo away in the aftermath of the incident at the Labyrinth and subjected him to a number of tests to ensure that he was ready to face his destiny and to use his powers.