Who is Kukulkan?
Kukulkan was a deity closely associated with the Itza state in the northern Yucatán Peninsula, where the cult formed the core of the state religion. Although the worship of Kukulkan had its origins in earlier Maya traditions, the Itza worship of Kukulkan was heavily influenced by the Quetzalcoatl cult of central Mexico.
How do you use Kukulkan?
Kukulkan fires a projectile breath attack that hits the first enemy in its path, doing damage and Slowing all enemies in the area around the impact. Damage: 60/105/150/195/240 (+75% of your Magical Power) Kukulkan channels the wind, allowing him to move faster. This speed boost is strong at first but scales down gradually over the 4s duration.
Where is Kukulkan located in Mexico?
Kukulkan at the base of the west face of the northern stairway of El Castillo, Chichen Itza. Kukulkan at Chichen Itza during the Equinox.
How does Kukulkan move so fast?
Kukulkan channels the wind, allowing him to move faster. This speed boost is strong at first but scales down gradually over the 4s duration. Additionally, Kukulkan cleanses himself of slows and becomes immune to slows for 0.6s when activated.
Where is Kukulkan’s statue?
Ballcourt marker from the Postclassic site of Mixco Viejo in Guatemala. This sculpture depicts Kukulkan, jaws agape, with the head of a human warrior emerging from his maw. El Castillo, Chichen Itza served as a temple to Kukulkan.
Where did the cult of Kukulkan spread?
The cult of Kukulkan spread as far as the Guatemalan Highlands, where Postclassic feathered serpent sculptures are found with open mouths from which protrude the heads of human warriors. Stories are still told about Kukulkan among the modern Yucatec Maya.
Where are the temples of Kukulkan?
Sizeable temples to Kukulkan are found at archaeological sites throughout the north of the Yucatán Peninsula, such as Chichen Itza, Uxmal and Mayapan.