Mama Waqu

(pronounced "mah-mah wah-koh”, also written "Mama Huaco" in English)

Mama Waqu is one of the Ayar sisters, older than Qura by one year.

It is believed that Mama Waqu is a daughter of the almighty god Wiraqucha born through human parents, which is why she is considered a part human and part Wiraqucha. Waqu has great height and wavy hair, which are considered signs of her Wiraqucha heritage.

Waqu is a brave and joyful teenager, who on the outside appears to be as indestructible as her body, but on the inside she is more fragile than people imagine.

Because of her impressive physique, Waqu was raised as a warrior, and was always surrounded by men from an early age. Although Waqu was always destined to marry Kachi, she couldn't help falling in love with several of her fellow warriors. Unfortunately, her imposing presence frightened men who considered her too masculine to consider her as a possible lover or partner.

Waqu decided to hide her internal pain and channel all her frustrations in the goal of becoming the best warrior in her nation and being better than any man. For this reason, Uchu considers her his right arm and respects her more than any other woman, including his own wife Rawa.

Waqu's favorite weapon is the sling, with which there is no one who surpasses her in marksmanship and skill. And thanks to her indestructible body, Waqu is an unstoppable warrior who is a great advantage for the Inka army.

In Kachi, Waqu has found a perfect warrior companion who is almost equal in combat. But Waqu sometimes fears that, as a husband, Kachi is not attracted to her as he is towards other women ... and one day he will leave her.

WIRAQUCHA GIFT

Having Wiraqucha's blood running through her veins, Waqu is gifted with invulnerability. This ability is not related to the hardness of her skin, but with an unknown power that allows her to resist violent blows, energy of all kinds, heat and extreme cold. Thanks to her great height and muscle mass, Waqu has great strength, although it is not superhuman. Her invulnerability makes her blows hard as rock, capable of breaking the bones of her enemies.

WEAPONS

Primordial Sphere of Water

Waqu is the guardian and protector of the Primordial Sphere of Water, which was merged into her body with the archaic magic of Waqaychaq Mama. This Elemental Sphere covers Waqu's body with an aura that protects her against the damaging effects of Primordial Water. Waqu can expand that aura to protect people or objects that are in physical contact with her.

Elemental Staff

Waqu is also the owner of one of the Primordial Elemental Staffs, which was also given to her by Waqaychaq Mama.

With her Elemental Staff, Waqu can access the mystical powers of the Primordial Sphere of Water which gives her, potentially, absolute control over Primordial Water (the fourth Primordial Element, which includes Water and other matter in liquid state).

In addition to controlling it, Waqu can create Primordial Water "out of nothing."

The Elemental Staff, like every Primordial Staff, is only a catalyst for the powers of the Primordial Sphere with which it is in contact. Out of the hands of Waqu (and the other Quyas), the Staff is useless.

With the Elemental Staff, Waqu can, among other things, blast water, propel herself at high speeds under water, conjure rain, create tidal waves and control ambient humidity.

Waqu's control over Primordial Water will continue to increase over time.

Mama Waqu™ specifications for the INKAS: The Legend™ game.

ROLE

The Fighter

Warrior with high power weaponry and long distance attacks.
Fighters have the following powers:

• Basic Power: Reach
• Energized Power: Overload

POWERS

Torrent (Reach)

Waqu can use his Elemental Staff to shoot high pressure water with which she can attack over long distances.

Tormenta Eléctrica (Overload)

Waqu can use her Elemental Staff to create an electrical storm of great destructive power.

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