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The following article/section is from the Storm Runner/Shadow Bruja continuity under Rick Riordan Presents and not the Riordanverse canon.

I'll tell them, I'd rather do that then go on any rescue quests or anything dangerous anyway.

–Louie on breaking the news of the gods capture to the other godborns in The Shadow Crosser.

Louie is a Mayan godborn, a son of Chaac.

Storm Runner Trilogy

The Fire Keeper

Chaac, his father.

Louie is abducted by Gee and conscripted into service of the hero twins.

Later after Zane Obispo is captured, an illusion of Louie demonstrates his powers by making it rain hard enough to hurt the son of Hurakan and calls him a traitor. After the twins leave, he and the other godborns are revealed to be in cages with him being next to Zane. Louie and the others are freed when Ren Santiago, who arrives with Ah-Puch and Rosie, unlocks the cages with her Mexica magic. However there escape is thwarted when Marco awakens Camazotz. When Ah-Puch sides with the bat god, Camazotz explains how the twins will use Hurakan and the godborns to resurrect the Mexica Gods and creating a world where they are in charge. He and the other godborns hide and throw whatever they can find at the bats and head to the gateway when Ah-Puch stabs Camazotz, but they fail to go through as Ah-Puch is killed and the gatewa closes. After Ah-Puch is revived, he and the others escape into a new gateway into an unknown jungle as he holds of the bat god. When Zane tells the godborns to hide, he and the others convince him to let them fight and the son of Hurakan let's them be an auxiliary unit.

After the twins escape and the gods catch Zane and Brooks, he and the other godborns make themselves known to the gods, much to their shock. They go to Xib'alb'a and Louie and the others wait outside while Zane explains everything to the gods, after he comes out, Louie and the other godborns express their desire to be claimed. He is revealed to be a son of Chaac and given a golden jaguar tooth to contact his father and sent home.

The Shadow Crosser

Louie is seen at the claiming ceremony, nervously chewing his nails. That night he dreams of his father drowning in darkness and share it with others at breakfast, however another student mocks him and Marco defends him. When Zane explains how the gods were ambushed by Tlaltecuhtli and the school is in danger, he feels the others should know. When Zane leaves to find K'iin, he is tasked with the others in defending SHIHOM and the Ceiba World Tree, much to his dismay. He joins the others in the library to find information on the Cave of the Crystals. He gets nervous when Saás says the cave is a near death trap. He reluctantly joins Zane, Ren, and Alana in going to the caves when Itzamna arrives and tells them to flee as the tree is under attack and the others go to a safe house in Montana. He goes with his group to the caves, but they end up at the Matterhorn ride at Disneyland.

They reach the cave and he cools things down. After they reach a hole they were lead to by a thread coming out of Ren's watch, they slide down it with the daughter of Ixtab coaxing him. He and the daughter of Ixtab emerge after Ren and Zane. They chase after Ren, who is being dragged by the thread, and it snaps and creates a portal. The godborns enter and as they walk, their destiny threads hover over their heads and are told not to touch them. They reach statues of six gods each holding a blue orb with a word on it. They think the time rope is in one of them, but Zane thinks otherwise and something happens. He watches hesitantly as the others clean sand off the floor and listens as Ren tells the Mayan creation myth and Zane thinks he found K'iin. The room shifts into funhouse mirrors and K'iin itself addresses to them. After Ren promises to pay it something in the future and Zane alters his fate, they learn the gods are trapped in Venice Beach in 1987.

The floor gives way and they fall, but grab onto a ledge. After Adrik contacts contacts Alana to tell them everyone is safe, Alana tells everyone to think of Montana and, after a detour to a pizzeria when he gets hungry, they end up in a bullpen. Zane whips up a smokescreen and Ren freezes time. They walk over to a large log cabin and he looks for something to eat. The following day he spills the beans to Zane's mom on the plan and goes with her to the barn.

When Adrik calls Alana for help when Zane surrenders to Blood Moon, he goes with them and creates a massive storm which changes every few seconds.Two weeks later, he attends the celebration for defeating Ixkik' and dances with a monkey on his shoulder.

Appearance

Louie has a short and plump build.

Personality

Louie is a pacifist who gets easily squeamish, as well as get nervous easily. However if his friends are in danger, he is willing to fight to defend them.

Abilities

  • Atmokinesis: As a son of Chaac, Louie has control over the weather, being able to create a thunderstorm, snow, hail, wind, and rain.
    • Thermokinesis: Louie can control the temperature of the area around himself.

Etymology

  • Louie is a variation of the French masculine given name "Louis" meaning "famous in battle".

Trivia

  • Louie tends to stress eat, such as when watching Marco fight a godborn who insulted him.
Storm Runner Trilogy
Books: The Storm Runner | The Fire Keeper | The Shadow Crosser
Main Characters: Zane Obispo | Brooks | Rosie | Hondo Obispo | Ren Santiago | Jordan | Bird
Secondary Characters: Mrs. Obispo | Antonia Caballero | Ixtab | Muwan | Quinn | Antonio Marcel De la Vega | Jazz | Louie | Marco | Adrik | Alana
Minor Characters: Mr. Ortiz | Pacific | Saqik'oxol | Abuelo Santiago | Clementino | Itzel | Fausto | Red Queen | Gee | Serena | Sipacna | Kip
Mayan Gods: Ah-Puch | Hurakan | K'ukumatz | Ixkik' | Bakab | Yant'o Triad | Nakon | Ixkakaw | Ixchel | Itzamna | Alom | Camazotz | Chaac | Akan
Mexica Gods: Tlaltecuhtli
Creatures: Demon Runner | Nawal | Alux | Demon | Giant | Hellhound | Mud Person | Ahuizotl
Related Content: Jennifer Cervantes | Shadow Bruja Duology | Rick Riordan Presents
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