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I notice that Celestial Bureaucracy and Celestial Emperor are redirects to Outer Planes. Shouldn't they lead to the articles on the source mythology (Celestial bureaucracy and Jade Emperor) like Nirvana and Anu do? Daibgid C

Yeah, but those articles aren't written yet so for some reason someone decided to put a redirect instead of writing a short stub for it. shoecream 04:44, 10 October 2005 (UTC)
The mythology articles are written (well, the Celestial bureaucracy one's only a stub, so I redirected the links. Daibhid C 18:20, 12 October 2005 (UTC)

Mediators and Primus[edit]

Does anyone have the AD&D 2E Outer Planes Monstrous Compendium? It lists three beings known as Mediators, which physically are clusters of geometric shapes, have unlimited wishes to keep the plane in balance and have a built in defense mechanism to protect them from any attack, without any conscious effort (thus, they can't be killed) It also says they were created to do this when the outer planes were first forming by the Powers of creation. I'd think these things would even have more power/authority than Primus. They were created (by TSR writers, in this case) before Sigil and the Planescape boxed set, and it mentions something else is at the center of the Outlands/Concordant Opposition instead, 3 light of balance, one for each Mediator. The snare 05:26, 13 March 2007 (UTC)