House Cox is an esteemed Artist Class family in the Ape Society, with a long and storied history that dates back to the earliest days of the kingdom. Their family crest features a saw and chisel, symbolizing their unwavering commitment to their crafts and their dedication to the art of woodworking.
Through their work, House Cox has helped to shape the landscape of the kingdom, building structures that have become iconic symbols of ape culture. Their legacy of fine craftsmanship is unrivaled, and their dedication to their work is a source of inspiration to all who seek to follow in their footsteps.
The Cox family’s mutual interests in creating art were the catalyst for their joining with the most beautiful parts of the region, whom were formerly their rivals. Their motto, "Art Transcends Borders," reflects their belief that art can bring people together and bridge divides.