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18th Nov '17 12:45:27 PM Chabal2
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* ''VideoGame/EmpireEarth 2'' featured a campaign about the Aztecs actually beating Cortes and eventually establishing a nation parallel to the United States.

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* ''VideoGame/EmpireEarth 2'' featured a 2'':
** The three civilizations represent the MesoAmerican civilizations, sharing the same design for buildings, units, and wonders (including two pyramids), differing in their unique units and minor combat bonuses.
** The tutorial
campaign about features the Aztecs actually beating Cortes and eventually establishing a nation parallel to the United States.States, while the Incas become a fascist nation allying with Nazi Germany.
10th Nov '17 8:31:36 PM Averagemoe
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* BMovie ''Film/AztecRex''. Conquistadores led by Hernán Cortés meet Aztecs who worship two surviving Tyrannosaurus Rex. Hell Yeah!
* Through ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn'', the Titty Twister goes from Mayincatec-inspired nightclub to vampire den to a full-blown Mayincatec sacrificial pyramid almost buried in the Mexican desert. All within a short distance of the Mexican-American border.

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* BMovie ''Film/AztecRex''. Conquistadores led by Hernán Cortés meet Aztecs who worship two surviving Tyrannosaurus Rex. Hell Houston Yeah!
* Through ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn'', the Titty Whoopie Pie Twister goes from Mayincatec-inspired nightclub to vampire den to a full-blown Mayincatec sacrificial pyramid almost buried in the Mexican desert. All within a short distance of the Mexican-American border.


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* Videogame/Wizard101 has Azteca, which was [[RealitySubtext appropriately enough]], released in [[MayanDoomsday late 2012]].
10th Nov '17 8:51:06 AM rigpig
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10th Nov '17 12:54:49 AM AntonF
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* Ogre of ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' is based on the real-life Aztec god of war Huitzilopochtli. The story claims that he's created by the AncientAstronauts eons ago.
26th Oct '17 11:40:43 AM BeerBaron
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* Black Marsh (Home of the Argonian race) and particularly the Argonia region within it in TheElderScrolls lore has aesthetic influences to this effect.

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* Black Marsh (Home ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
** Cyrodiil, homeland
of the Argonian race) [[HumansAreDiplomats Imperials]] and the heart of the various Tamriellic Empires throughout history, was stated originally have been a lush jungle and home to the Nibenese, a [[CultureChopSuey cross between]] a Myincatec culture with some early Chinese Empire influences as well, with jungles, rivers, rice fields, tattoos, and stone cities. Later depictions transform it instead as a FantasyCounterpartCulture of ancient Rome. This is justified as Tiber Septim, [[FounderOfTheKingdom founder]] of the Third Cyrodiilic Empire, would use his powers [[DeityOfHumanOrigin post-apotheosis as the deity Talos]] to perform a CosmicRetcon, transforming Cyrodiil into a temperate forest as a thanks to the [[BadassArmy Imperial Legions]] who served him so well in life. As shown in the prequel ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsOnline'', this change was retroactive, making it so Cyrodiil had ''always been'' a temperate forest.
** Black Marsh, home of the [[LizardFolk Argonian]] race,
particularly the Argonia region within it in TheElderScrolls lore it, has aesthetic influences to this effect.effect. There are some suggestions in the lore that some of its ancient stone cities and pyramid structures were not built by the Argonians themselves, but older civilizations which have since been wiped out.
10th Oct '17 11:08:51 PM Xlsfd
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* Actually averted with the deck of Rex Goodwin, the BigBad of Season 2 of Anime/YuGiOh5Ds. His deck is strictly based on Inca mythology and doesn't touch a single aspect of Mayan or Aztec mythology.
8th Sep '17 5:33:06 PM Naram-Sin
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** Inversely, the Manteño-Huancavilca culture complex in coastal Ecuador was suggested once to be of Mayan origin, due to some artistic influences and a local native myth about civilization being brought to the region by a foreign king who came from the sea.

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** Inversely, the Manteño-Huancavilca culture complex in coastal Ecuador was once suggested once to be of Mayan origin, due to some artistic influences and a local native myth about civilization being brought to the region by a foreign king who came from the sea.sea.
** During the Spanish conquest, many indigenous peoples allied with the Spanish and re-settled far from their lands of origin, including Tlaxcalans in northern Mexico (and as far as New Mexico and Texas) and Nicaraguans in Peru.



* The ceramic of the Moche in northwest Peru (100-700 AD) depict warriors in falcon or eagle-like suits, who are (naturally) unrelated to the Aztec eagle warriors of Mesoamerica.

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* The ceramic ceramics of the Moche in northwest Peru (100-700 AD) depict warriors in falcon or eagle-like eagle-looking suits, who are (naturally) unrelated to the Aztec eagle warriors of Mesoamerica.
8th Sep '17 5:18:45 PM Naram-Sin
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* Through ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn'', the Titty Twister goes from Mayincatec-inspired nightclub to vampire den to a full-blown Mayincatec sacrificial pyramid almost buried in the Mexican desert. All within a short distance of the Mexican-American border.


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** In "The Mysterious Voyage of Homer", Homer's spiritual experience is mostly based on the American Southwest but with a few Mesoamerican trappings added, such as an Aztec-looking pyramid.
30th Aug '17 8:56:13 AM Carliro
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* ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'':
** In the plane of Alara, which has been splintered into different shards each lacking two of the colors of mana. Naya has Red, Green and White mana but no Blue or Black, resulting in a sunlit jungle world with no need for progress and ambition. It's inhabitants are content to worship giant beasts as gods, down to occasional HumanSacrifice, and are fairly hedonistic. They are deliberately modeled after the Aztec and these aspects of their culture, but as the world as a whole loss their drive for more complex civilizations and has in fact lost their former empires they also resemble the Maya in this regard.
** Ixalan is a more complete world, and has ''two'' factions that more properly resemble their real world counterparts: the Sun Empire, modeled after the Aztec with a few Incan trappings, and the River Heralds, a group of merfolk that is the local analogue of the Maya.
4th Aug '17 9:36:40 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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Please see UsefulNotes/PreColumbianCivilizations, Myth/NativeAmericanMythology and Myth/AztecMythology.

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Please see UsefulNotes/PreColumbianCivilizations, Myth/NativeAmericanMythology Myth/NativeAmericanMythology, Myth/AztecMythology and Myth/AztecMythology.
Myth/IncaMythology.
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