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|Source books||Shining South (3.5E), Monstrous Compendium Annual 1, 3E Monster Manual 2, Savage Species, Forgotten Realms 2 (MC11)|
The loxo are a fictive race in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. They are of the monstrous humanoid creature type. Loxo resemble humanoid elephants. They are named after a gigantic Quadling farmer in Ruth Plumly Thompson's Speedy in Oz.
Loxos appear as bipedal, humanoid elephants of roughly orc or ogre size. Their skin is bluish-gray and wrinkled with rough, sparse hair. Loxos, unlike an actual elephant, have two trunks. Both of these trunks end in three finger-like digits and they can use them as arms.
Loxo are true neutral in alignment.
Loxo in the Forgotten Realms Edit
In the Forgotten Realms campaign setting, loxo inhabit the African savannah-like grassland in the south known as the Shaar. Though usually peaceful, they war with the centaurs, wemics and thri-kreen which also dwell there.
The name Loxo comes from the genus for African elephants, Loxodonta.