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AD&D Deities:  Modrons
  Modrons are worshipped in some games, but in others they take the attitude of devas, planetars, and solars--that it would be inappropriate for them, not being gods, to accept worship.  In games in which the worship of Modrons is permitted, Primus is almost exclusively the chosen object.

 Primus is the absolute ruler of Nirvana; all modrons and all other creatures native to that plane are ultimately responsible to him.  This generally does not extend to other lawful neutral deities on that plane; referees differ as to whether Primus is the head of a heirarchy of angelic-type spirit beings who serve the gods under his direction, or whether he himself is treated as a god.  In any case, he rules the modrons, and is attended by an honor guard of immediate servants at all times.  (The details of this honor guard and those of other high-ranking modrons are given on a page on my D&D site, Modron Military Escort Units in the Dungeon Master's Reference Materials.)  Another point about Primus:  if he's killed, one of the Secundi becomes him.  His worshippers include lawfuls of all moral alignments.

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