Somewhere in the world lies the lost valley of Tlactoztlan. The strange natives of this hidden place practice human sacrifice, pray to bizarre gods, adorn themselves with brightly-colored feathers, and – it is rumored – live in cities made of gold. Only the bravest and luckiest adventurers find their way to Tlactoztlan!
Quetzalcoatl, as they are called by the natives of Tlactoztlan, are 15′ long feathered snakes that fly by means of their brightly-colored wings. Revered by the Tlactozotl people, it is rumored that there are larger, more powerful Quetzalcoatl able to cast magical spells living deep within the jungles of the lost valley. The strongest Tlactozotl will, as part of their initiation into adulthood, seek out a Quetzalcoatl and challenge it to a duel. Victory yields a Quetzalcoatl feather that will be the centerpiece of the Tlactozotl’s head covering. Defeat results in nothing less than death.
Attack with Bite +3; d6+3
Protection: 1d6 (scales, feathers, and magical nature)