|Titles||The War Children|
|Areas of Concern||Childbirth|
|Worshipers||Couatls, healers, midwives, and warriors|
|Cleric Alignments (1E)|
|Domains (1E)||Good, Healing, Protection, Strength, War|
|Subdomains (1E)||Agathion, Defense, Ferocity, Resolve, Restoration, Tactics|
|Symbol||Two couatls consuming each other's tails with their wings overlapping in the centre|
Source: Borne by the Sun's Grace, pg(s). 66
Cihua Couatl are a dualistic Arcadian deity, patron of those who protect others for the cause of good and of midwives taking care of children. They teach that conflict cannot be avoided, and one must be ready to help those who cannot defend themselves, whether by taking arms, encouraging help, or teaching kindness; caring for others makes everyone stronger.
Appearance and emissaries
Cihua Couatl consist of a chicome and a tletli couatl sharing the same body and both are of fluid gender. Each has its own tail and head, but they share the same arms, one carrying a shield and the other carrying a shortspear. Their constant shift between the roles of attacker and defender, as well as gender, signifies that everyone can care for and protect others.