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2020.05.23 10:23 ThyTwank Latino Pantheon (idea for a new pantheon)
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¿What could be a Latino pantheon?
So to start, when i talk about a Latino pantheon, I’m not proposing an umbrella term for other pre-Hispanic religion that aren’t in the game (examples like Aztec ,Mapuche ,Guarani); that’s not the intend with this rather different pantheon.
If you are from a Latino country something that most countries have “mitos y leyendas” which means myths and legends in Spanish; but when talking about this “mitos y leyendas”, latinos usually don’t mean about myths from their indigenous ancestor; the creatures and entities that appear under this term are beings created from the syncretism between the various aboriginal beliefs, African slave beliefs and Catholicism, a lot of this creatures come specifically from post-colony times and are part of foundation myths of South Americans country, they could be compared to entities like the yokai from the Japanese, but the people who study a lot of this beings as cultural phenomenon of the Latino identity usually compared to other similar beliefs like Voodoo. A lot of this folk creatures do have big cultural impacts as national patrimony to some countries, and are still believed to exist in rural areas of those countries (a lot of them even have statues on their honor)
¿But using the term Latino can be generalizing?
This is point is where one interesting about this creatures comes into play; a lot of them are shared by multiples countries, yeah sometimes the story has little changes depending on the country, but they are still depicted in the same way. The best and most well-known example of this is La Llorona, it’s possible that you may have heard of her before; but something interesting of her as myth is that she is present all Latino America as part of common folks; for example in Mexico she is considered national patrimony, but in other countries La Llorona is very tied up to their identity as much to the Mexican, and not even that, both the story and the appearance of La Llorona are always very similar to each other, she is always represented as the ghostly figure of mother with skull as a head (a common motif on a lot of Latino legends), her lore always been is of the spirit of mother eternally looking for their child and her cries disturb people from villages. But this aspect of been shared by almost all Latino America is not unique to La Llorona, of courses there some cases of myths that are exclusive to individual countries, but a lot of them are usually shared between at least 2 or 3 countries.
¿Do they fit in Smite?
Another thing that this Pantheon does is really encapsulated the Latino folk and identity very well; while Mayan as pantheon is one that does represent the continent, Latino as an identity is much more than just indigenous roots, and this myths and legends do reflect the mixing of cultures and heritages that is the continent, a lot of this character, coming from post-colonial times and been part of the independence of a lot of this country could bring a new flavor to Smite (if we talk aesthetic wise, they would be pretty similar to Voodoo gods, as in their a more modern looking as a pantheon) but validation wise to fit into the game; they would be in between the Arthurian pantheon and Voodoo Pantheon; as in they are no gods like Zeus or Thor, but do hold culture value and importance for the latino identity.
Possible playable “Gods”
(Note: I will put their country/countries of origin in front of their name to give some context)
La Llorona (almost all Latino America)
- The legend of la Llorona is alters a bit depending of the country; some say she uses to be an indigenous woman who got pregnant by a colonizer who she though it was in love with her, after been betray by the man, she kill her kids and then herself, others say she was a widow of a libertador during a civil war, who end up having kids with another man, but when her husband came back alive after many years of been mistakenly dead, she ran through the woods until she feel to a river with her baby at arms, drowning; while others say she used to be young girl working on the countryside, who fell in love with his master’s son and had a baby with him, putting her into facing abuse from her master, in a desperation act she throw her baby to river, but in guilt she follow her child into the water dying. But no matter how the story goes, every country in South America talks of her as the chilling figure of a phantom woman, with a skull as her face, lurking from rivers to villages, crying and screaming “Ayyy mis hijito” as she endlessly searches for him.
La Patasola (Colombia)
- A monstrous woman who lives in the mountains of Colombia, known for jumping in the valleys with her one goat leg; Some people say she is ghost of cheating wife, whose husband kill by chopping one of her legs with a machete, but people say this version is just an alteration of the creature made by jealous man on the country side to make their wives more loyal; It is say that she is an ancient creature of the forest, adorning her self with golden bracelets and hunting men for centuries, she is also say to have extremely long arms that she uses a crotches to move better and her mangled hair is nest of snakes that slither around all of her body; she is say to be a vampire of the forest, sucking down her victims blood and leaving their bones broken. People in the countryside still hang mirror outside their houses, so if she sees herself in the mirror she would jump back to the mountains.
El Silbón (Venezuela)
- Describe as man with long legs and long arms (Kinda like idk Slenderman; just like proportion wise), wearing a big straw hat and common farmer clothing; on his back he carries a sack full of bones: the legend talks about a man who was happily married to a woman, but his father though ill of the woman, saying she was hooker and she will only bring him pain, so his father decided kill her, after hearing this, the man enter into a rage fit kill his father in front of his grandfather, after gaining back his sense the man understood his wrong doings and was punish by grandfather by been whip on his back, after that his grandfather cursed him to live for ever carrying a bag with his father remaining; and from them on the man left home cursed and become the monster known as el Silbon; besides the bag full of bones, El Silbon is most known for whistling eternally (His name is kinda a countryside way of saying whistler); people say that when you hear his whistling so loudly that it almost hurts your eardrums, that means he is very far away from you, but if you heard it as if its very far away, he is dangerously close to you; people say that all of his victims end on the sack; he is also depicted drinking Aguardiente(alcoholic drink); He can be scare by the sound of dog barking.
Boto Colorado (Brazil and Peru)
- The Boto Colorado is a legend from the Amazonian region of Brazil and Peru that talks about the mysterious abilities of the Pink River Dolphin; it is say that they are lure by the sound and music of people partying on the riverside, there they take shape of a beautiful young man (the only part that doesn’t change is the blowhole, so they usually wear hats to conceal it) and crashes the party, where they focus on getting people tired by dancing, getting everyone wasted and luring the youngest girl with him; when the whole party is dying and everyone is passed out, he takes his female victim and leaves with her to bottom of the river to never be seen again(sometimes they just get the girl pregnant and then disappear). People in Brazil call fatherless children “filho do boto” and when a young stranger comes to a party, he is asked to take his hat and bow down to see if he has a blowhole
- A female ghost that pulls with chains behind her the casket of her death husband; in live she was married to a miner who got rich after finding a big mine of gold, after that her husband started to get distant from her, sooon enough he lost all interest with her wished to leave her, this make her fall into a great sadness which then turn into anger which lead to her killing him; after this she became crazy escape to hide on the mines, so time later she came back to her village, there she started to kill all miner men, blaming them for the death of her husband, she continue with this massacre until she was kill, but now her ghost lurks on mines looking for the one who “killed” her husband while pulling his casket; miners usually have precautions about her when going to work.
El Tio (Bolivia)
- During the Colony, the village of Potosi became famous for been the city of silver, the giants mines of this village where fill with great amounts of silver; so the Conquistadores send all of the indigenous people to work endlessly on the mines, after sometimes the indigenous people started rebelling against this work, so the Conquistadores created the statues of El Tio, a demon shaped figure and put them inside various places of the Potosi’s mines, making the works beliefs of his powers surrounding the mines, the workers ended up seeing El Tio as patron of the mine; El Tio is still to this day seen as a godly figure of the mines for the people of Potosi (yeah people still work there in the mines); the statues have becomes shrines to put booze and coca leaves in order to please El Tio and for him to bring luck to miners, so they don’t get lost or die on the mines, other practices that are still present to this day is to sacrifice a llama of El Tio; People who study El Tio as a cultural phenomenon compare him to Voodoo and the loas (Like Baron Samedi)
Maria La Larga (Colombia)
- In the region of Tolima, Maria La Larga is almost describe as a deity, this entity takes the form of beautiful and very tall woman; she goes to villages around the middle of the night and seduces drunk men to follow her to the local cemetery; when they arrive, she shows her true form, becoming a giant woman with the face of a skull, there she takes her victims put them on the tops of the tallest trees, a place where they usually can escape, after this she disappears becoming a starry figure of herself on the night sky, watching as people from the village come to try to save the unfortunate men from a pretty much inevitable fall.
La Tulevieja (Costa Rica and Panama)
- The Tulevieja is said to be a creature similar to an Harpy, a monstrous woman with a face filled with holes, giant wings of a bat and the talons of a bird; her tale say that she was once a woman known for been always at parties, been with all man she find there and was recognizable for her Tule hat; but all of this change when she got pregnant by a man, from there on she knew she would have to abandon her life of party and lust, so when she enter in labor, she went to the riverbank and gave birth, she then put the baby inside her Tule hat and leaved; after doing this godlike entities felt rage against her and turn her into the hideous monster she is known, the only way that she had to go back been human was to find her baby, but when she arrive at the river bank, the tule hat was empty and the baby was gone, from there on she wears her tule hat and lurks on the riverbanks looking for her baby; she is said to leave a trace of milk wherever she goes, this milk is said to attract ants very fast and great numbers; she hunts people between the hours of 8 to 11 in the night; from 1 to 3 in the morning she changes back to her human self, during this time she usually baths alone on the rivers but if she is seen by another human, she immediately change back to her monstrous form.
La Cegua (Central America; Especially important in Nicaraguan folk)
- A woman with the face of a decaying horse skull and monstrous hands, she is said to secrete fumes with the smell of decaying corpses, sometimes is said that she combs her hair with a golden brush: people said she once used to a teen girl who wanted a life of parties but her mother never allowed her, so she ended up beating her mother until a black hand manifested and grabbed hers, stopping her abuse and cursing her to become a monster; after that she became the horrible half horse creature she is; usually haunts men who know how to ride horses, by asking them for a rider as a human and turning into her hideous self to cause accidents; people say that a way to get rid of her is by putting mustard seeds on the ground, there she will fake eat them and turn into a fetid wisp and disappear.
El Cipitío (El Salvador)
- Said to be the child of the sun, gifted with eternal life, making him stop growing after the age of 10; knowing that people would chase him for to get eternal life, he was born with his legs backwards, always leaving footprints guiding to the other direction; he is also depicted with a giant bulging belly, a giant hat and caring a branch of bananas; he’s a trickster spirit, scaring travelers and throwing seeds to their heads, also known for falling in love with young woman and showering them with flowers; he usually goes to abandon campsite to eat and bath on the ash of bonfires.
La Mona Bruja (Nicaragua)
- Said to be one of the myths that show the most syncretism from Latino America, the tale of old and fragile lady that moves to villages, where she is seen by the community as this poor lonely woman who never leaves the houses, while in reality, she is a witch older than she appears with the ability to turn into a monkey; as a monkey she wreak chaos on villages and steals all the food and livestock from people, leading them to misery; is said that she was caught after been shot on the leg with shotgun by a men while she was a monkey, and soon as people saw her injury she was kicked out of the village for her to get lost in the jungle.
El Mohan (Colombia)
- Said to an old wizard (mohan was a range that a practitioner of magic in the Muisca tribes) who had the vision of the Colony and the coming of the white men; so he hide in a cave for centuries, where his hair and beard grew so long that it cover his body, and his mind got lost in the isolation so he became a feral man; when he came out of hiding, he started to terrorize people; He learn to play the guitar and started smoking puros, he is said to been seen at night by light of his puro and he can be hear singing as he plays the guitar, talking about the times before he turned into the creature he is; he usually stalks woman and abduct them to never be seen again; is tradition that a man goes with a woman to the river to clean her cloths to protect her from El Mohan.
El Hombre Caiman (Colombia)
- A myth from the African heritage of Colombia in the Caribbean region of the country, about a fisherman with a great lust for woman, known as Saul Montenegro; His desire to watch the woman of Plato village bathing was so great that he befriend a witch to make him potions so he could spy on them, one potion would turn him into a caiman while the other turn him back to human, when doing this endeavor, he usually had a backup friend who always helped him turn from caiman to men after he was done spying; he became a prominent spying caiman in the waters of the Magdalena river, where he had eyefuls on the bathing woman; but this backfire when one day another friend came to help him instead of the guy who usually did, when the men saw the caiman approaching, out of fear he threw the bottle to ground an escape, only some drops of the potion fell on Saul, turning half of his body into a men; now half men half caiman he lurks Magdalena River, his only friend been his mother who always brough him food to the river, she ended up dying after finding out that the witch who had made the potion died; after the dead of his mother, the now known Hombre Caiman left river to the ocean; still to this day people on Plato celebrate a festival in his honor; fisherman and bathers of the Magdalena river are cautious about him pulling them underwater.
Mandigas (Ecuador,Colombia,Chile and Argentina; also presents in other places but with a different name)
- He is said to be a Latino version of Satan; He is usually depicted as a charismatic man in red that is always trying to make deals with everyone; he is say to be the one who cursed La Cegua in some versions of her story; In the colombian legend of Francisco el hombre; he is shown to be a master with the accordion, and that his music makes the forest move and the earth tremble; in some legends about him from Argentina, he is said to live in the Salamanca cave, there he has a great following of witches and is said to have a great collection of frogs that he gives to said witches for protection; In Salamanca, there is a tale of trial to meet Mandigas, in the trail he makes people face creatures like El Culebron (a giant hairy snake) and the basilisk.
- An indigenous man from Quito who was know for been a cunning man that learned the art architecture, becoming famous for all the churches and temple he did under the apprenticeship of a kind friar who teach him all he knew; Cantuña was regarded as a hero for making said temple by himself; When a Spanish nobleman came with the petition from the King of Spain to make a the most stunning church, Cantuña took the job, but the nobleman didn’t trust Cantuña for his heritage, so he only accepted with the condition of doing it in short time spam (a matter of days) and if he failed he would go to jail; Cantuña accepted and proceed with his work, the gigantic church was almost complete, but time was almost running out; so from Cantuña despair, appear Mandigas with offer to help in exchange of his soul, Cantuña accepted and from the shadows left of the early dawn, Mandingas summon a legion of little demons (almost like imps) who took the rest of the bricks from the construction and started to finished the temple; Cantuña with his wit, was able to make a plan so he wouldn’t have to give his soul, by stealing the last brick of the church and blessing it with holly magic; when the temple was finished, Mandigas couldn’t take Cantuña’s soul until the last brick was placed; so Cantuña show him the blessed brick, but neither Mandigas or his demons could touch, so Cantuña place the last brick, breaking his contract to Mandigas a creating the Church and Convent of St Francis.
Alicanto (Chile and Argentina)
- A legendary bird with the glistening plumage that could blind men, a curved beak, and the tail of a swan; is said that is omen of good fortune for miners, as it feeds on gold, silver and other ores. The Alicanto is also known for letting miners who follow him stray from home never to return. Its plumes change color and property depending on the last ore it ate, after eating an ore, is unable to walk but it cannot leave tracks behind.
Madre de Agua (Colombia)
- Some say she is amphibian creature others said she is some kind water spirit, Madre de Agua is said to be a protector or deity of water and its animals, described as a pale white woman with blonde hair, usually seen riding in the back of a giant crocodile; seen as a trickster spirit to fishermen and children. Legend said that in live she used to be the daughter of Conquistador who lived on the territory and was known for slaving little tribes who hadn’t fall into the colony, once he slaved a chieftain of a tribe, who denied to say where his people where, so the father started torturing the chieftain until he would tell where his tribe was; the daughter felt for the man, so she free him a both of them escape to place far from the tribe and the father; there they fell in love and started a family, from this love a baby was born, but all of this happiness was kill, when her father found their hide out, taking them as hostage, they were brought to a waterfall where they kill the chieftain by cutting his throat and threw the baby to the from the top of the waterfall, the girl was able to free herself and jumped behind her baby; after this she became Madre de Agua, searching for all eternity her child so she can reunite her family in an afterlife, she is said to sing lullabies to herself in the rivers, if a child heard this song, they would go to river and drown themselves; children who survive this encounters get extremely sick and start seeing illusions of the girl Madre de Agua was in life.
La Muelona (Colombia and Venezuela)
- The ghost of an evil tarot reader named La Maga, who bestowed curses on her clients and was famous for having extremely big teeth; her curses made people lustful, start ignoring the desire to makes families and spend all their; She use to have a whorehouse where most of her client would go while cursed, even with all the wealth and power she accumulate, she end up dying of an infected wound, after her dead her body started to fill her whorehouse with putrid gasses and when people tried to bury her corpse, she open her mouth, ”puking” bats from her inside returning to live as a spirit, now known as la Muelona
- This myth tells the origin of the Añañuca, a desertic flower of Chile; once there was beautiful woman of indigenous heritage who was beloved by every men in the village of Monte Rey; even with her big following of suitors, she was never interested in them and made sure not to break their hearts; but this change when a mysterious miner came to town, both of them became friends and from there to lovers, their love was so great that it was known around all Monte Rey, one night her lover had a strange vision of a duende who told him about the greatest mine of them all in a mountain, so the man when on journey to find said mine, but never returned as it was an illusion made by the duende, but Añañuca waited, she waited for a long time until she realize that her lover would never comeback, this made her fall into a depression and later died of a broken heart, Añañuca, loved by everyone on her village was buried, on that same day a great rainstorm hit the desert and on the next day the sunshine bright with all its glory making beautiful red flowers sprouts out of the desert floor, covering all the desert with them. This myth was a way to explain a natural phenomenon that happens on the Atacama desert, named Desierto floreado (desert bloom), during this phenomenon the añañuca flowers grow all over the desert making the desert look pink.
Ciguapa (Dominican Republic)
- The Ciguapa was not a just an individual, but a group monsters similar to nymphs, carnivorous woman, with a almost blue skin color, long hair that made their cloths and had their leg backwards; this creatures are said to charm men and having paralyzing gazes; when people ignore them they would start to imitate the sounds of birds like the partridge; On full moon they are easy to trap with the help of a dog, when captured they usually died of depression becoming forest spirits and returning to the ground; the colonist used to talk about them riding wild horses: This myth has its origins on sightings of the last survivors of the Taino Tribes who hid on caves to escapes the colony.
La Tunda (Colombia and Ecuador)
- A legend from the African heritage of both countries; about a witch of the mangrove, said to have a wooden whisk as a leg; usually disguise herself as a woman selling Shrimp cazuela to people; the food she serves is cursed with her farts, making people her slaves and putting them on a state knonw as Entudados, the only way to cure a person with this is by praying in group while playing the drums in the mangrove.
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