The xorn is a creature from the Elemental Plane of Earth appearing in Dungeons & Dragons.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

A Xorn is a short, squat creature with one eye in the center of its face and three arms, one on the top of its head and two on either side of it's body.

Personality[edit | edit source]

A xorn cannot speak, and it likes shiny things.

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Language[edit | edit source]

Xorn speak Terran, a dialect of Primordial.

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Notable xorns[edit | edit source]

For a full list of xorns, see Category:Xorns.

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Publication history[edit | edit source]

AD&D 1st edition[edit | edit source]

The xorn first appeared in the Monster Manual (1977).

AD&D 2nd edition[edit | edit source]

The xorn was updated for 2nd Edition in the Monstrous Compendium Volume 2 (1989) and reprinted in the Monstrous Manual (1993).

D&D 3rd edition[edit | edit source]

The xorn was included in the Monster Manual for both 3rd Edition and 3.5. In both editions, they had the Outsider creature type with the extraplanar and earth subtypes.

D&D 4th edition[edit | edit source]

The xorn was included the 4th edition Monster Manual 2 (2009), where they had the elemental origin and the magical beast subtype.

D&D 5th edition[edit | edit source]

The xorn returned for 5th Edition in the Monster Manual (2014).

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