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Apu Qun Tiqsi Wiraqucha

(pronounced “ah-poo kon teek-see wee-rah-ko-cha”, also spelled “Apu Kon Tiki Wiracocha” in English)

Apu Qun Tiqsi Wiraqucha, or simply “Wiraqucha”, is the Andean representation of the almighty god creator of the Cosmos, and therefore, it is considered as an anthropomorphic representation of the Unity.

Although it is said that Wiraqucha generally does not interfere directly in human affairs, the Inka nation believes that Wiraqucha has sent its divine children, the Ayar Siblings, to bring a new era of prosperity and peace to its people.


Wiraqucha is omnipotent.

Apu Qun Tiqsi Wiraqucha™ specifications for the INKAS: The Legend™ game.



Gods rule the destiny of the warriors and can accept offerings from them to favor them.

Wiraqucha has no affiliation with any nation.

Represented in the game as a die.