Ixitxachitl

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Ixitxachitl attacking a humanoid adventurer who should really be wearing more armor

Ixitxachitl (called Devilfish in older editions) are a race of malevolent, demon-worshipping, man-eating stingrays from Dungeons & Dragons. They are infamous for having one of the most impossible-to-pronounce names in D&D, even more so than Aarakocra.

A freshwater version native to the Underdark called Ixzan appear in Night Below.

Stat Block[edit]

They appeared in the 3.0e Monster Manual II as a pseudo-playable monster race, despite the fact that they speak no languages, don't have limbs, and live exclusively underwater. Their stats are as follows:

Size, Type, and subtype: Small Aberration (Aquatic)

Hit dice: 1d8+1 (5 hp)

Initiative: +3

Speed: Swim 30 ft.

AC: 16 (+1 from small size, +3 from dexterity, +2 natural armor)

Attacks: Bite +2 melee

Damage: Bite 1d6+1

Face/reach: 5/5/5

Special qualities: Darkvision 60 ft

Saves:

  • Fortitude +1 (from Con)
  • Ref +3 (from Dex)
  • Will +3 (+2 from Aberration RHD, +1 from Wis)

Abilities:

  • Str 12
  • Dex 16
  • Con 13
  • Int 12
  • Wis 13
  • Cha 7

Skills:

  • Hide +11
  • Intuit direction +5
  • Knowledge (nature) +5
  • Listen +5
  • Spot +5
  • Swim +9
  • Tumble +7

Feats: Dodge

Climate/terrain: Warm aquatic

Organization: who the fuck cares?

Challenge Rating: 1

Treasure: No coins, no goods, double items (wearable items only)

Alignment: Always chaotic evil

Advancement: By character class

Favored Class: Cleric

Level Adjustment: +2

Night Below offers the ixzan elite, also, for what that is worth.

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