Sigmar

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Sigmar Heldenhammer
SigmarEmperor.jpg
Status Active
Relatives Bjorn (father)
Affiliation Empire
Followers Cult of Sigmar
Symbols Twin-Tailed Comet
Ghal Maraz


Sigmar Heldenhammer is a god and the founder of The Empire.[4a]

Sigmar's symbol is the twin-tailed comet; he carried the Dwarf-made warhammer Ghal Maraz, which was adopted as the symbol of the Cult of Sigmar. Needs Citation

Sigmar Heldenhammer was a king of the Unberogen tribe who went on to unite the disparate human tribes and found the Empire. He was made into a god by his people after his reign, and remained the most prominent patron god of the Empire until its destruction.Needs Citation

History

Birth and childhood

The Imperial Calendar IC, which takes its starting date from Sigmar's coronation as Emperor, places his birth as the year -30 IC.[1a] Sigmar was born in the town of Reikdorf, an Unberogen settlement which went on to become Altdorf, capitol of the Empire. His father was King Björn of the Unberogen, and the night of his birth was marked by the appearance of a twin-tailed comet, which the human tribes took as a great portent from the gods. The same night, the tribe was attacked by orcs and his mother Griselda was killed. [4a]

In the year -15, Sigmar is believed to have helped drive off a Goblin invasion of his village, and in the same year, led a punitive expedition against a Orc war-party that was holding Kurgan Ironbeard, High King of the Dwarfs, prisoner. In gratitude, Kurgan presented the young warrior with a magical rune-enchanted warhammer called Ghal Maraz ('Skull-splitter', in the Dwarf Khazalid tongue).[1a] According to King Kurgan, the dwarf party had the hammer with them when Sigmar's party found them, and it "called" to him after his own spear broke. Though a Dwarf-made weapon, Kurgan believed that Ghal Maraz and Sigmar were meant for each other.Needs Citation

As a young warrior, Sigmar led the Unberogens in the Battle of Astofen Bridge, where he succeeded in defeating a marauding band of Orcs thanks to the sacrifice of his friend and sword-brother Trinovantes. [2a] Trinovantes' sister Ravenna and twin brother Gerreon were devastated by his loss, but while Ravenna forgave Sigmar and went on to become his lover, Gerreon held a grudge which would come back to haunt Sigmar and the Empire. Needs Citation

After his victory over the orcs as Astofen, Sigmar gathered his sword-brothers, Wolfgart and Pendrag at the Oathstone of Reikdorf and told them of the vision he had had on his Dooming day. The three swore an oath together to create the united empire he had seen. Shortly after, Sigmar promised Ravenna that he would put down his weapons when his great work was completed. [2c]

When an army of Norsii invaded the human lands, King Bjorn led the Unberogen to battle in aid of their fellow tribes and left Sigmar in charge of Reikdorf. On the eve of battle, Bjorn was visited by the Hag of the Brackenwalsch, a sorceress who guided the human tribes through prophecies even though they shunned her. The hag told Bjorn that in order for Sigmar to survive, he had to face the Norse warlord in battle to which Bjorn agreed. [2d]

Meanwhile, Sigmar and Ravenna traveled away from Reikdorf to swim and were ambushed by Gerreon, who murdered Ravenna with a sword coated in poison he had obtained from the Hag of the Brackenwalsch. Cut by Gerreon's blade, Sigmar fell into a river [2e] and washed up near Reikdorf, where he lingered on the verge of death. [2f] His spirit entered the Grey Vaults, a twilight-realm between life and death, where daemons came to claim him and were only thwarted by the spirit of Bjorn, who unbeknownst to Sigmar had obeyed the hag's prophecy and let himself fall in battle so that his spirit could come to save Sigmar's. [2g]

They travelled to the great mountain range where a vast portal formed which attracted vast numbers of the lost souls, many in monsterous forms. There they were confronted by the soulf of the Norse warlord that Björn had just slain in battle and who was now a deamon. As an army gathered around the red daemon, he offered Björn the chance to return to the world of the living if he would stand aside and let him take the soul of Sigmar. [2h]

Björn refused and hundreds of fallen warriors of the Unberogen joined him to fight off the deamons and allow the king as his son to fight their way to the portal. [2h] They smashed through the enemy and whilst Sigmar returned to the world, Björn and his warriors entered the realm of Morr. [2i]

A short time later, the Unberogen army returned to Reikdorf with Bjorn's body, and Sigmar was crowned king. [2j]

Uniting the tribes

As new-crowned King of the Unberogen, Sigmar began to pursue his vision of a united Empire of Man, but first avenged his father by driving the Norsii from their lands and across the sea to a frozen peninsula. [2k] Some of the tribal kings, such as Marbad of the Endals, had already sworn sword-oaths with the Unberogen, and one by one, through conquest or diplomacy, Sigmar won the allegiance of the rest.

Aloysis of the Cherusens, Krugar of the Taleutens, Adelhard of the Ostagoths, Siggurd of the Brigundians, Otwin of the Thuringians, Henroth of the Merogens and Wolfila of the Udoses all joined their peoples to Sigmar's nascent empire. Freya of the Asoborns joined after renewing the sword-oath she had sworn to Bjorn through sex, while Markus of the Menogoths joined after Sigmar slew the Dragon Ogre Skaranorak that had been terrorising his people. Artur of the Teutogens refused to join, grown arrogant atop the Fauschlag Rock, but Sigmar scaled the rock and slew Artur in single combat, earning the allegiance of his right-hand man, Myrsa. In the end, only the Jutones under Marius and remote northern clans like the Roppsmenn remained apart from Sigmar's empire. Needs Citation

In the year -1 IC, the Dwarf hold of Zhufbar was besieged by Orcs and Goblins and King Ironbeard called for aid - Sigmar led his army to the hold and defeated the beseigers, allowing Alaric the Mad to rekindle the ancient forges. [1a] Sigmar's newborn empire was threatened almost immediately by a massive Orc invasion, but Sigmar led the united tribes to victory in the Battle of Black Fire Pass,[1a] personally slaying the Orc warlord. Marbad of the Endals fell in the battle, and was succeeded by his son Aldred.

After the battle, Sigmar was crowned Emperor by the High Priest of Ulric with a crown forged by Alaric the Mad, King Kurgan swearing eternal friendship between men and dwarfs [5a] and pledging Alaric to supply their allies with twelve magic swords for their aid at Zuffbar. [1a]

The other kings took up the title of Counts.

Emperor

With the threat of the greenskins smashed for a time Sigmar's empire prospered and developed, but Aldred, the new Count of the Endals, proved to be a distant and even hostile ally, blaming Sigmar for Marbad's death. Convinced by his advisors Alfgeir and Wolfgart to postpone his war against the Jutones, Sigmar led a diplomatic expedition to Marburg, which they discovered was in the grip of a devastating plague. [5b] Fallen under the influence of a priest of the land's Old Faith, Idris Gwylt, Aldred was prepared to sacrifice to his sister to swamp monsters, the Fimir in order to end the sickness, but the plot was foiled and the monsters slain by Sigmar and his men. Afterwards, Aldred had the priest ritually executed and renewed his fealty to Sigmar. [5c]

Sigmar's next campaign was against the Jutones, who had refused to join the Empire. [5d] Jutonsryk proved well-defended and held off Sigmar's army for two years, but eventually the city fell and Sigmar accepted Marius's sword-oath as a Count of the Empire. [5e] The next threat came from the Middle Mountains north of Middenheim, where Sigmar's friend and sword-brother Pendrag was serving as the new Count of the Teutogens. A necromancer named Morath had used the Crown of Nagash to create an echo of dead Mourkain around the Brass Keep, [5f] but his undead legions were defeated by Sigmar's forces. Sigmar slew Morath, but also used his crown to heal Pendrag who had been prematurely aged by the necromancer's dark magic, and came under its malign influence. [5g]

When news reached him that Count Wolfila and his family had been slaughtered in their keep by Roppsmenn allied with resurgent Norsii raiders,[5h] Sigmar led a punitive campaign that drove the Roppsmenn to the edge of extinction, fighting under the Dragon Banner and killing men, women and children of the enemy without mercy. Only when Pendrag and Redwane refused to kill anymore did he relent and return home. [5i] He then turned on Counts Aloysis and Krugar, who had continued feuding and raiding each other despite his express orders, and imprisoned them both awaiting execution. [5j] Only when Wolfgart physically attacked him to prevent him carrying out the dark deed was Sigmar able to throw off Nagash's dark influence, though the spirit of Ravenna warned him that Nagash would come for his crown in time.[5k]

In the ninth year of Sigmar's reign the Norsii raids turned into a full-blown invasion, led by Khornate warlord Cormac Bloodaxe and Sigmar's old enemy Gerreon, now the Slaaneshi daemonhost Azazel. Defeated for the first time in a pitched battle, Sigmar's army retreated to Middenheim, which quickly came under siege from a massive army of Norsii and beastmen. Dwarf troops came to Sigmar's aid, and Alaric the Mad the runesmith presented Sigmar with the first Runefang, Blodambana or Bloodbane, which he gifted to Pendrag. Cormac Bloodaxe ascended into a Bloodthirster of Khorne, skaven attacked from tunnels beneath the city and Pendrag was slain by Azazel, but Myrsa and Sigmar were able to slay the Bloodthirster and the forces of order won the day.[2] Following the defeat of the Chaos invasion, Sigmar led a counter-invasion into Norsca which devastated many of the Norsii tribes.[3]

The second major threat to Sigmar's realm was from the necromancer Nagash, who had resurrected himself following his first death over a millennia before only to find Nehekhara controlled by Tomb Kings who had successfully resisted his attempts to retake control of the land. Needing to reclaim the powerful artifacts he had forged in order to regain full power, Nagash led an undead invasion of the Empire with the goal of securing his crown, which was buried in a vault beneath the Temple of Shallya in Reikdorf. The southern portion of the Empire was swiftly overwhelmed, the Brigundians and Menogoths wiped out and their Counts turned into vampires by Nagash's lieutenant Khaled al-Muntasir.

An undead fleet invaded and destroyed Jutonsryk, forcing Marius and the surviving Jutones to seek refuge in Marburg, which soon came under attack as well. The Cherusens, Taleutens, Teutogens, Thuringians and Udoses were forced to abandon their lands and take refuge in their capitals, which all came under siege. Queen Freya of the Asoborns led an army to confront the undead led by al-Muntasir and suffered a serious defeat, barely escaping with her life, whilst her people were forced to abandon Three Hills and flee towards Reikdorf along with thousands of other refugees. The Asoborn refugees were joined by a force of Dwarfs who had marched into the Empire to investigate rumours of Nagash's return, but their combined force was unable to outpace the tireless dead and made a last stand. They were saved at the last minute by Sigmar, who brought a large force of Unberogen and Taleuten cavalry to their rescue, and the combined army moved on to Reikdorf.[3]

The final battle of the war against the undead was fought outside Reikdorf itself. Despite making some early gains with cavalry charges the living army was no match for the numberless dead, and Sigmar knew that the only path to victory was to slay Nagash himself. Donning Nagash's crown in order to shield himself from the Great Necromancer's dark magic, Sigmar led a charge through the centre of the undead army and gained the hill from which Nagash was unleashing his black sorcery. Engaging Nagash in a climactic duel, Sigmar quickly discovered that he was outmatched but distracted Nagash by moving to destroy his crown, allowing him to land a mortal blow with Ghal-Maraz whilst Nagash reached for the fallen artifact. Nagash's form was unmade and his spirit banished by the powerful magic bound to the hammer, and with his death the undead army collapsed.[3]

At some point later in his reign, Sigmar faced and destroyed a second massive Chaos invasion led by Morkar the first Everchosen.Needs Citation

Departure

In the fiftieth year of his reign, Sigmar put by his crown and set off into the east. Sources conflict on the details of what precisely motivated Sigmar to do this; some accounts claim he set off to return Ghal Maraz to the Dwarfs, but the famous rune-hammer has traditionally been the weapon of the ruling Emperor and the primary symbol/relic of the Sigmarite cult, founded by Johann Helstrum in 73 IC. A number of heresies have sprung up regarding the authenticity of Ghal Maraz, but the official Imperial position is that the weapon wielded by the Emperors is the hammer of Sigmar.Needs Citation

Legacy

Following his disappearance, Sigmar passed over the World's Edge mountain range and no human ever saw him again. Since he was never known to have died, this may have played a large role in the early successes of the cult established in his honour.

Cult of Sigmar

It is now the foremost religion in the Empire and is inextricably intertwined with the political, cultural, and national identity of the Empire and its people. Interestingly, Sigmar never claimed to be a deity and his own religious beliefs while alive are subject to conjecture, although tradition dictates that he was crowned Emperor by the High Priest of the cult of Ulric, the northern god of winter, wolves, and war. However, the priests and worshippers of Sigmar often receive measurable and often positive answers to their entreaties and petitions, suggesting that something with some measure of power is answering them. Many take this as a sign that Sigmar indeed is a god, and watches over the Empire.Needs Citation

The cults of Sigmar and Ulric do not get along well. The Ar-Ulric and the two Arch-Lectors of the Sigmarite faith, as well as the Grand Theogonist (the current one being Volkmar the Grim), all maintain a vote in the election of the Emperors. While the cult and its leaders are often corrupt and hip-deep in the Byzantine politics of the Empire, it is a faith that preaches courage, justice, honour, and the protection of the weak and innocent from evil. It is also nationalistic and sees the preservation of Sigmar's original holdings as a sacred duty. The church's iconography primarily centres around images directly connected to Sigmar himself: the comet and the hammer are the foremost of these. Also a popular national and religious symbol is the griffon, the personal heraldry of Emperor Magnus the Pious, who saved the Empire from disaster during the Great War Against Chaos in 2302-2303 IC. It is likely that Magnus will be canonised as a saint within the next century.Needs Citation

Valten

It is a well-known theory among the theologians of the Old World that a Champion of Light arises to do battle with the forces of Chaos when they unify around their periodic leaders. Some believe that Sigmar may have been one of these, and a number have argued for Magnus the Pious as well. The most recent case came in the year IC 2522, under a young man named Valten of Lachenbad, who became the central figure around which the Empire rallied to fight Archaon in the recent Storm of Chaos event.

Valten was especially noted for his incredible strength, instinctive leadership, and strength of will. Furthermore, he strongly resembled the appearance ascribed to Sigmar in Imperial legend, and sported a birthmark on his chest of Sigmar's legendary twin-tailed comet. Hailed as the 'spiritual leader of the Empire' by Emperor Karl Franz and presented with Sigmar's own hammer Ghal Maraz, Valten was believed by many to be an avatar of Sigmar or the returned god under a different name. He was assassinated shortly after the war with Archaon ended, ostensibly by an assassin of Clan Eshin (the warpstone dagger would suggest their involvement, although it was indicated in the text that count Boris Todbringer of Middenheim and the former Grand Theogonist Johann Esmer might have been involved), but this development was covered up by the Emperor and Valten's lieutenant, the Sigmarite warrior-monk and prophet Luthor Huss, who discovered Valten in the days before Archaon's invasion. It should be noted that only Valten's blood was found, not his body, suggesting that he may still be alive.Needs Citation

Gallery

Quotes

On my dooming day, I walked amongst the tombs of my forefathers and saw our land laid out before me. I saw the sprawling forests and scattered towns within it, like islnds in a dark sea. I saw the strength of men, but I also saw frailty and fear as people huddled together behind high walls that seperated them from one aother. I felt the jealousy and mistrust that will forever be our undoing in the face of stronger enemies. I have a great vision of a mighty empire of men, a land ruled with justice and stength, but if we are ever to stand a chance of realising that vision, we must put such petty considerations behind us

~ Sigmar. [2c]

See also

  • For Sigmar in the Mortal Realms see: Sigmar.

Sources

  • 1: Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition)
    • 1a: The History of the Empire, pg. 4-5
    • 1b: Important Events in Imperial History, pg. 11
  • 2: Legend of Sigmar (anthology): Heldenhammer (novel)
    • 2a: Two: Astofen Bridge, pg. 36-51
    • 2b: Three: Morr’s Due, pg. 60
    • 2c: Four: Sword Brothers, pg. 74-78
    • 2d: Ten: Red Dawn, pg. 151-152
    • 2e: Ten: Red Dawn, pg. 155-158
    • 2f: Eleven: The Grey Vaults, pg. 161
    • 2g: Eleven: The Grey Vaults, pg. 164-166
    • 2h: Eleven: The Grey Vaults, pg. 168-171
    • 2i: Twelve: One Must Pass, pg. 175-176
    • 2j: Twelve: One Must Pass, pg. 183-184
    • 2k: Fourteen: Vengeance, pg. 202-203
  • 4: Tome of Salvation
    • 4a: Chapter 1: A Brief History of the Cults of the Empire, pg. 13
  • 5: Legend of Sigmar (anthology): Empire (Novel)
    • 5a: Two: Rise an Emperor, pg. 354
    • 5b: Four: City of Mist, pg. 381-385
    • 5c: Five: Daemon Moon, pg. 394-406
    • 5d: Six: Troublesome Kings, pg. 417
    • 5e: Eight: A Darkness of the Heart, pg. 446
    • 5f: Ten: Curse of the Dead, pg. 474-475
    • 5g: Thirteen: A Warning Unheeded, pg. 516-517
    • 5h: Thirteen: A Warning Unheeded, pg. 519
    • 5i: Fifteen: The Price of Betrayal, pg. 535-539
    • 5j: Fifteen: The Price of Betrayal, pg. 546
    • 5k: Sixteen: The Temptation of Sigmar, pg. 550-564

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Great Tribes
Tribes Asoborn - Brigundians - Cherusen - Endals - Jutones - Menogoths - Merogens - Ostagoths - Taleutens - Teutogen - Thuringians - Udoses - Unberogen
Characters Adelhard - Aldred - Alfgeir - Aloysis - Alessa - Artur - Björn - Conn Carsten - Cradoc - Ebrulf - Egil - Eoforth - Freya - Gerreon - Griseldis - Henroth - Idris Gwylt - Krugar - Laredus - Maedbh - Marbad - Marika - Marius - Markus - Myrsa - Notker - Otwin - Pendrag - Petra - Ravenna - Redmane Dregor - Redwane - Siggurd - Sigmar - Trinovantes - Ulfdar - Ulrike - Wolfgart - Wolfila
The Empire
Units Arch Lector of Sigmar - Ar-Ulric - Battle Wizard - Celestial Hurricanum - Demigryph Knight - Elector Count - Empire Archer - Empire Captain - Empire Crossbowman - Empire Dwarfs - Empire General - Empire Greatsword - Empire Halberdier - Empire Knight - Empire Mortar - Empire Swordsman - Empire Spearmen - Empire War Wagon - Flagellant - Free Company - Grand Master - Great Cannon - Handgunner - Helblaster Volley Gun - Helblaster Wagon - Helstorm Rocket Battery - Hunting Hounds - Kriegsritter - Luminark - Master Engineer - Outrider - Pistolier - Reiksguard - Seneschal - Steam Tank - Teutogen Guard - Warrior Priest - Witch Hunter - Wizard Lord - War Altar of Sigmar - Warriors of Ulric - Wolf-kin
Characters Adora - Agnetha Weiltraub - Alberich Von Korden - Albrecht Helseher - Aldebrand Ludenhof - Alun Gartner - Annette von Telland - Anton Veidt - Axel Weissberg - Axelbrand - Balthasar Gelt - Benedict Stross - Bertha Bestraufrung - Bloody Beatrice - Blucher von Vincke - Borin Fatalismus‎‎ - Boris Todbringer - Breugal - Bruno Malvoisin - Clarissa Lohft - Deathclaw - Dieter Schmiedehammer - Detlef Sierck - Diel Ulricsson - Dieter IV - Eberhardt - Eberhardt von Kreuzzug - Ebrem Manlect - Eldred - Else Sigloben - Elspeth von Draken - Emil Valgeir - Emmanuelle Nacht - Emmanuelle von Liebwitz - Erich Granholm - Erina Eberhauer - Erzbet Wegener - Felix Jaeger - Ferdinand Gruber - Fozzrik - Frederick van Hal - Frederick von Tarnus - Friedrich Holmann - Friedrich von Finklemann - Frederich Weirde - Garvan Paranoth - Gaspar von Derberg - Genevieve Dieudonné - Giger - Gunther Bearhide - Gunthar von Bildhofen - Haf Lorenentz - Hans Leitdorf - Haqiqah Al-Hikmah - Harald Kleindeinst - Hasso - Hedrich - Heinrich Altendorfer - Heinrich Johann - Heinrich Todbringer - Helena von Culper - Helmut Van Dorf - Helmut Weisser - Illona Horvathy - Immanuel-Ferrand Holswig-Schliestein - Imperial Dragon - Isolde Begegnen - Jacob Stacheldhorf - Janna Eberhauer - Jarrick Valgeir - Joachim II - Johann Esmer - Johann Helsturm - Josef Sparsam - Jovi Sunscryer - Jubal Falk - Jurgen Muntz - Karl Franz - Karl-Rikard Goellner - Kaslain - Katarina Todbringer - Kriesmann Henckler - Kistiane Brockdorf - Konrad Ludenhof - Konrad Vollen - Krieger Valiant‎‎ - Kristoff Haamar - Kurt Helborg - Leonardo of Miragliano - Leopold Groeth - Leopold von Raukov - Leos von Liebwitz - Liepmund Holzkrug - Lilli Nissen - Lothar von Diehl - Ludwig Schwarzhelm - Luigi Giovanni - Luitpold - Emperor Luitpold - Luthor Huss - Magnus the Pious - Mandred Skavenslayer - Maria-Luise von Walfen - Maria-Ulrike von Liebwitz - Marieka Van der Perssen - Marius Hollseher - Marius Leitdorf - Marius van Diesl - Markus Wulfhart - Martin - Mattheus II - Maximilian Schreiber - Mornan Tybalt - Narris Mortus‎ - Necrodomo the Insane - Oswald von Konigswald - Ottilia I - Ottilia III - Otto Sider - Raphael Julevno - Reinhadt Mortarian‎ - Rein Volkhard - Rudiger von Unheimlich - Rudi Wegener - Salli Spaak - Salundra von Drakenburg - Schadrach Bürke - Sibylle Hagerdorn - Sigfreda Marham von Sieblich - Sigismund II - Sigmar - Soloman Vantor‎ - Tarradasch - Theoderic Gausser - Theodore Bruckner - Theodosius Schreiber - Thunderball - Thyrus Gormann - Tobias Helmgart - Tochter Grunfeld - Ulrich Schutzmann - Valmir von Raukov - Valten - Valst Lishen - Varga Schezain - Veiran Thugenheim - Vesper Klasst - Viktor Helmgart - Vladamir Ludennacht - Volans - Volkmar the Grim - Voltan von Khrest - Vorgan Corpsehand - Vorn Thugenheim - Werner von Kriegstadt - Wilhelm III - Wilhelm the Wise - Wilhelm von Vaulk - Wilhelmina von Garrick - Wolfram Hertwig - Wyat Lagus‎‎ - Zavant Konniger - Zofia Miska
Provinces and City-states Altdorf - Averland - Hochland - Middenheim - Middenland - The Moot - Nordland - Nuln - Ostermark - Ostland - Reikland - Stirland - Talabecland - Talabheim - Wissenland
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Lesser Powers Hashut - Horned Rat - Khakkekk - Kka - Kweethul Gristlegut - Malal - Mermedus - Necoho - Screaming God-Child - Zuvassin
Old World pantheon Major Khaine - Lady of the Lake - Lucan & Luccina - Manann - Morr - Myrmidia - Ranald - Rhya - Shallya - Sigmar - Stromfels - Taal - Ulric - Verena
Old Faith Cailledh - Goederan - Ishernos - Medhe - Naiedhe - The God of Death
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Kislev Dazh - Kalita - Salyak - Tor - Ursun
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Cadai Asuryan - Hoeth - Isha - Kurnous - Lileath - Loec - Vaul
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Ancestor Gods Gazul - Grungni - Grimnir - Morgrim - Skavor - Smednir - Thungni - Valaya
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Old One Caxuatn - Chotec - Conalxa - Huanchi - Inhamex - Itzl - Potec - Quatl - Querchi - Quetli - Quetzl - Rigg - Sotek - Tepok - Tlanxla - Tlazcotl - Tzcatli - Tzunki - Uxmac - Xapiti - Xholankha - Xhotl - Xokha - Yuxa
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