Name: Necahual, Tepin (intimate that hardly anyone knows except her creator)
Age: near 30ish in looks, born around 1475, turned around 1502
Sexual Orientation: lesbian
Creator: Juan Velasco de Sandoval, Marques of Escavilla
Occupation: Odd jobs.
Appearance: 5'4, 155lbs, smooth round face, hooked nose, long black hair, dark brown eyes, and skin that is still fairly brown though with golden undertones. Long scar down her back, almost parallel to her spine.
Likes: Fucking up the rich/noble/great people of the world, dogs, purification, poetry, music
Dislikes: HUMANS, the rich, the noble, the great
Personality: Muted anger threatening to break through her not quite calm veneer. Superstitious to a point. Bitter, callous.
History: As Tepin she served a great lord and lady while her parents lived on the outskirts of their great house. The lord and lady cheated her parents out of wages for her labor and eventually died from lack of food when a famine hit. A bitterness filled Necahual since then, an anger that oozed from her very being as she continued to serve the great lord and lady.
This changed not long after her twenty seventh year when a strange man came in the night to visit her lord. He had been a shipwrecked man from Europe, though she did not know that at the time His language and mannerisms were strange and he hinted at a change to come. He was of course de Sandoval and he noticed her bitterness and anger and changed her into something else. Tepin, as she was known then, had no word for what she was, but that did not bother her in the least.
For the next two decades she preyed on the royalty, the nobility, and the priestly classes first of her home city and then of the cities near by, traveling by Coyolxhauqui's light through the jungle. Necahual adopted her new name then and called herself a tzitzimitl as she wrecked havoc. When the Europeans came she preyed on them too, as she saw her people die around her. And yet those well off seemed to stay well off as the Europeans forced new customs, new religions, new ontologies onto her people. Great lords and great ladies kept their lands as they kowtowed to a new god, enslaving her people and bringing over people like her from across the sea to exploit as well. de Sandoval found her again after she lashed out and nearly killed an entire hacienda-owning family and their handlers, allowing the exploited to go free. He taught her how to control her rage, how to eat without causing death, how to be subtle and keep herself safe.