Alex Bellows: Okay, looks like I'm the guest of honor.
Cleo Bellows: Well, don't stuff yourself with too much guacamole.
Cleo Bellows: By the way, what's with the blue paint?
Alex Bellows: [notices he's decorated with blue paint] I don't know. It's festive, I guess.
Cleo Bellows: On Mars, maybe.
Tezcatlipoca: The sacrifice of the flowery death IS the way of the Toltec. His beating heart is the bloom that makes our peace with the gods.
Quetzalcoatl: The gods have no interest in this boy's blood.
Tezcatlipoca: The reason we have no rain is because you have failed to give the gods their due. You have made them angry with the chosen people.
Quetzalcoatl: Angry? No. The gods inspired me to lead these people out of the Teotihuacan, to escape from all of this.
Tezcatlipoca: Our tradition tells that they thirst for blood. In return, they give us corn and health. If you don't have the strength to appease them, I promise you, I do.
Alex Bellows: You should see the room they gave me clothes in, like the size of our house. It's got this stone tub with running hot water.
Cleo Bellows: Hey, Mr. Better Homes and Gardens, don't forget you're still supposed to be looking for the Gorgos Stone.
Alex Bellows: Maybe I'll find it in my hot tub.
Quetzalcoatl: [hearing Alex talking with Cleo] Communing with the gods, Xunak?
Alex Bellows: Well... trying to. Not getting very much of a response, though.
Quetzalcoatl: No, often that's the way it goes with the gods.
Xahil: Without rain, the corn will not grow and the people will all die. They would gladly sacrifice you, your family, everyone you know and care about in order to make the heavens open.