Welcome, Seekers, to the mysterious capital of Mexico; the most populous city in North America that was founded by the Aztecs in 1325. According to legend, the god Huitzilopchtli sent an eagle to the Aztecs to lead them to the spot where they should build their empire. By 1519, when European conquistadors arrived, the city had reached around 250,000 inhabitants, making it perhaps the largest city in the world at the time.
The Aztecs faced years of war, famine and disease that eventually led to the demise of their culture. However, their architectural wonders remain today as do the ghosts of these innovative and fearless people.
The Society of Seekers has been summoned by scholars to travel to Mexico City and help unlock the secrets of a newly discovered Aztec calendar that was unearthed during recent renovations on the Templo Mayor. The calendar is believed to contain the key to receiving Aztec visions and prophesies. To decode the calendar, you must explore Mexico City, collecting a series of 10 curious rock carvings.
What are you waiting for? Let’s get started!