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Dungeons & Dragons creature
Loxo
Alignment Neutral
Type Monstrous humanoid
Source books Shining South (3.5E), Monstrous Compendium Annual 1, 3E Monster Manual 2, Savage Species, Forgotten Realms 2 (MC11)
First appearance
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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 seminomadic and peaceful clansfolk with a tribal culture which is a hybrid of Southern Asian and African real-life cultures. They inhabit warm plains.

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.


Trivia Edit

The name Loxo comes from the genus for African elephants, Loxodonta.


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