March of the Modrons – Part III

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February 17, 2010 by deadorcs

Welcome back to Initiative or What’s 4e take on those lovable enigmas – the Modrons.

Today we’re going to take a look at some additional Quadrones and those walking starfish – the Pentadrones. Let’s get started, shall we?


Whether equipped with extra arms or bat-like wings, Quadrones are adaptable and dangerous opponents on the battlefield. Quadrone Reaver Units are heavy infantry, used by the Greater Modron Hierarchy to sew fear and hesitation in the enemy. Being fairly sophisticated, Quadrone Reaver Units can act on their own and adapt to changing situations easily and efficiently. Like other Base Modrons, a Quadrone Reaver Unit obeys its superior modron commander without question.

DM Note:Quadrone Reaver Units are designed to be used as Minions of the more powerful Modrons.


Whether equipped with extra arms or bat-like wings, Quadrones are adaptable and dangerous opponents on the battlefield. Quadrone Bladewalls used almost exclusively by the Greater Modron Hierarchy as a combination heavy infantry, terrain barrier, and land mine. Being fairly sophisticated, Quadrone Bladewalls are often given command of units that perform especially dangerous missions. Like other Base Modrons, a Quadrone Bladewall obeys its superior Modron commander without question.


Appearing as five-armed starfish shaped creatures on stalk-like legs, Pentadrones serve as the law enforcement of the Greater Modron Hierarchy. Smart and capable, Pentadone Compliance Units are the uniformed police officers of Nirvana. Pentadrone Compliance Units are frequently pressed into service as bodyguards for Hierarch Modrons. Otherwise, Pentadrone Compliance Units can be found floating above the ground, quietly observing those that pass underneath, in order to respond quickly when something is amiss and needs to be corrected.


Appearing as five-armed starfish shaped creatures on stalk-like legs, Pentadrones serve as the law enforcement of the Greater Modron Hierarchy. Smart and capable, a Pentadone Constable is more than suited for crowd control, using their paralyzing gas when necessary to make sure the Modron populace remains calm in the face of danger. Normally found floating above the ground, quietly observing those that pass underneath, Pentadrone Constables can quickly determine when something is amiss and needs to be corrected. All lesser Modrons in the area automatically obey the requests of the Pentadrone Constable and do their best not to interfere with its tasks.

More Modron goodness to follow as the Modron parade continues next time introducing the Hierarch Modrons.

Until next time…

Game excellently with one another.

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2 thoughts on “March of the Modrons – Part III

  1. R.M. Walker says:

    Thank you, Sir! Wait till you see the Hierarch Modrons. They'll rock your socks!

  2. greywulf says:

    Loving these! Quadrones rock 😀

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