El Dorado

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El Dorado is one of the worlds that are participating in The Game. It is based on Mesoamerican mythologies and is named after the legendary city of gold.

The World Representative of El Dorado is Tezcatlipoca.

The exiled soul of El Dorado was Quetzalcoatl.


El Dorado is a world surrounded by golden walls where sacrificing one's self is the grandest, most honorable act of all, for the people and for the gods. The inhabitants constantly strive to give greater offerings and they battle each other to prove themselves the most worthy of being sacrificed.

The origin of the system stemmed from the two deities Tezcatlipoca and Quetzalcoatl. At one time, they each interchangeably held both roles of the representative and the exile of this world. They live to fight one another and what they lost in the resulting wars were praised by the people and gave power to El Dorado.

This all changed when Quetzalcoatl developed a reproachful view toward the act and committed the greatest sacrifice possible - erasing their entire existence, any and all proofs they ever existed.


Transients of El Dorado

【Reserve Representative】



  • The transients of El Dorado are derived from multiple Mesoamerican myths and legends:
    • Quetzalcoaltl, Tezcatlipoca, and Xolotl are siblings in the Aztec pantheon.
    • Hombre Tigre's origin is from a legend originating from the Quechua people but has ties to Tepēyōllōtl, a god in Aztec mythology.
    • Itzamna is a creator god in Maya mythology.

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I would love for la catrina to be added to the game
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