D&D Minis: Modrons

I love modrons, so I made some paper miniatures so I could use them in my home game.

modron-photo

That’s a monodrone, tridrone, quadrone, quadrone enforcer (4 quadrones combined), and Modron Hierarch (dodecodrone).

modron-minis

(I did not include the duodrone because it is stupid.)

You can download and print out the minis here:

Modrons part 1 (PDF)

Modrons part 2 (PDF)

Because the Modron Hierarch has 12 faces (a feature I shamelessly ripped off from The Phantom Tollbooth), I made this chart to use during my game. At the start of the Modron Hierarch’s turn, roll a d12 to determine his personality:

  1. Happy
  2. Sad
  3. Angry
  4. Bored
  5. Disgusted
  6. Shy
  7. Stern
  8. Condescending
  9. Suspicious
  10. Frightened
  11. Surprised
  12. Drunk

Up next: some cultists and thugs you can use in Hoard of the Dragon Queen.

Check out previous minis: PCs, Kobolds, and Bullywugs.

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