The elder boy, Zipacna, was building a huge pile of sand. "Look, Daddy," he said. "I make mountains."
The younger boy, Cabracan, took his shovel, whacked the pile hard and knocked it down. "I break mountains," he said.
Seven Macaw's blue teeth shone as he smiled proudly at his two sons.
"Then that is what you shall be," he said. "Maker-of-Mountains and Breaker-of-Mountains."
Cabracan Bites the Dust.