Born as Atruatzin , he was chosen as the Priest-King of Azcans after his fathers death. Though he was a just and wise ruler, his reign coincided with the ascension of Atzanteotl , who had been lurking among the Azcans for a century and a half, and had begun corrupting the to his own ends. Atruatzin was also targeted by his corruption, but resisted. Eventually, in his old age, he contracted the plague that had begun to spread throughout the city of Chitlacan, during which three Immortals visited him in his sleep.
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The book was written by William W. Connors , and was published in Cover art is by Clyde Caldwell , with interior illustrations by Stephen Fabian. The publication consists of two booklets, a fold-out map and a cardboard cover. The second page booklet "Referee's Guide" is for the DM.
Connors , with a cover by Clyde Caldwell and interior illustrations by Stephen Fabian , and was published by TSR in as a page booklet, a page booklet with a large color map and an outer folder.
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The Atruaghin Clans
From the ashes of an ancient culture of proud warriors rises a race of people unlike any other in the Known World. Long ago, the power of Blackmoor all but destroyed the mighty Azcans. Some of them, the bravest of the brave, sought refuge under the shadow of a great plateau. For decades, they struggled to preserve their lives and their culture. Now, centuries later, their secrets are revealed. From the buffalo hunting Horse Clans and the whaling Turtle Clans to the pueblo dwelling Children of the Bear and the evil Children of the Viper, five distinct Atruaghin Clan cultures are laid out in detail.