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Cogs in the Great Machine: Modron Hierarchs, Rogues, and Patron

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I Tyrant Presents

Cogs in the Great Machine

A Modron-Centric Supplement

Little in the multiverse remains more a mystery than the goals of Primus' creations, the babbling, biomechanical Modrons. Yet none can deny the god's inscrutable genius when faced with the implacable power of their leaders and generals, the mighty hierarchs!

Join the Great Modron March with this supplement, designed to expand Mechanus-related options for any campaign. Enclosed you will find detailed stats and lore for every modron hierarch that serves the will of Primus, from the CR 7 Decaton to the CR 22 Secundus, and a number of variant rules for making them truly terrifying foes for your players. You will also find a number of new magic items, stats and lore for a new Rogue Modron PC race, and a new Patron for Warlock characters - a pact with a powerful hierarch or Primus itself, drawing power from The Great Machine.

Rating and reviewing is much appreciated!


Cover ImageTable of ContentsHexton Legendary ActionsRogue Modron NamesWarlock Patron The Great Machine Capstone

 
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