- 1 Description
- 2 Abilities
- 3 Portfolio
- 4 Worship
- 5 Relationships
- 6 Realm
- 7 History
- 8 Publication history
- 9 Creative origins
- 10 References
Appearance and personality
Modi is Chaotic Good in alignment.
Modi's presence in battle inspires his followers with courage. He automatically knows the best time to retreat and regroup in any battle. He is invulnerable to illusion and magical control. When bloodied in battle, he enters a berserk rage.
Modi is a god of courage and berserk rage.
Details of his worship are unknown. His followers are likely to value courage above all else.
Little is known about the habits of Modi's clergy. They are likely to be Chaotic Good in alignment.
Temples of Asgardian deities tend to be heavily fortified buildings. However, unique features of Modi's temples are unknown.
Modi's holy symbol is a crossed sword and hammer.
Modi favors the broad sword.
Modi has no known enemies.
As a son of Thor, Modi is likely to fight alongside the Aesir at Ragnarok.
Modi inhabits Asgard, but has no hall of his own there.
Prophecy of Ragnarok
Modi is first named in Gods, Demi-Gods & Heroes (1976), p.27,32.
AD&D 1st edition
AD&D 2nd edition
Modi is detailed in the Planescape sourcebook On Hallowed Ground (1996), p.147.
D&D 3rd edition
Modi is named in Deities and Demigods (3e) (2002), p.165,192.
D&D 4th edition
The Norse pantheon does not appear in D&D 4th edition.
Modi appears in Norse myth, always mentioned alongside Magni as a son of Thor. However, unlike D&D canon, the original Norse sources do not explicitly state who Modi's mother is.