Yes, Apichu! I'll interview Pachacuti and the four architects he assigned to build Sacsayhuaman.
Bob, I've heard across valley that the king, Pachacuti, started construction on a new monument called Sacsayhuaman. I want you to find out more about it for a front page cover on the Rolling Stone.
I'd love to talk about Sacsayhuaman, but be sure you don't twist my words in the Rolling Stone. Sacsayhuaman will be a fortress that will house at least 1,000 warriors to protect the capital. I named it Sacsayhuaman (satisfied hawk) because hawks are one of the most common birds here and they can use it as a resting place after a succesful hunt or fight.
Your majesty, my editor has assigned me to do research on this majestic monument you are building. If I may, I'd like to ask a few questions. What purpose will Sacsayhuaman serve, and what inspired you name it Sacsayhuaman?
How should I approach them?
Im so excited to start working on this new project. Our names are going to be remembered forever!
Mister Huallpa Ramachi, are you going to change your original techniques for the construction of Sacsayhuaman?
No! Why would we do that? Our trapezoidal shaped rocks have worked for centuries and it shows how much work we put into getting the angles perfect.
Maricanchi, where did you get these gigantic stones and how did you get them around our rocky terrain?
We extracted the rocks from the surrounding mountains and used our advanced road system that goes all throughout our territoy to transport them here.
Acahuana, did Sacsayhuaman have an outline using more maluable material than these stones?
Yes, we used mud and clay for our original build and then we reinforced the fortress with stones that we knew our enemy would have trouble knocking down.
Ahhhh! How did this little kid get inside the fortress?
Calla Conchui, what are other reasons you built Sacsayhuaman, other than it being a housing place for soldiers?
We believe Sacsayhuaman can also be used as a temple to celebrate rituals and sacrifices to our Sun God.
Boss, I got the perfect front page cover for the Rolling Stone. Sacsayhuaman will change the lives of our people and our readers need to know about it.