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Mexico City is the capital city of Mexico. It is the most important economic, industrial and cultural center in the country, and the most populous city.

The city was originally built on an island of Lake Texcoco by the Aztecs in 1325 as Tenochtitlan. The city was almost completely destroyed in the 1521 siege of Tenochtitlan and subsequently redesigned and rebuilt by the victorious Spanish.

Mexico City in The Case of the Toxic Spell Dump[]

Tenochtitlan was the capital of the Empire of Aztecia.

Mexico City in "Eyewear"[]

Upon his arrival in Mexico City in 1536, Estevánico was sold to Vicreroy Antonio de Mendoza, who assigned Estevánico to the Coronado Expedition.

While waiting for the expedition to get underway, Estevánico escaped a pair of Aztecs by hiding in a filthy canal, upon the advice of his magical eyewear.

Mexico City in Southern Victory[]

Mexico City was the capital of the Empire of Mexico.[1] During the three major conflicts involving the Empire in the 20th century, Mexico City was never occupied or attacked.[2]

Mexico City in Through Darkest Europe[]

Tenochtitlan was one of several cities across the world which were hit by Aquinist terrorist attacks in Anno Hegirae 1439.

Mexico City in Worldwar[]

Mexico City was the capital of the Mexico, a country recognized as a Race colony by the Peace of Cairo in 1944.

In 1963, Rance Auerbach and Penny Summers were transferred from Monterrey to Mexico City after they were arrested by the Race for ginger-smuggling.[3] They were then sent to German-occupied France to help nab another smuggler, rather than face prison. When German officials arrested them, the Race arranged for the two to be extradited back to Mexico City.[4]


  1. How Few Remain, pg. 45, mmp.
  2. This is necessary speculation, as there is no reference to Mexico City specifically after How Few Remain.
  3. Second Contact, pg. 422, MMP.
  4. Ibid., pg. 528.