- For his pre-Cataclysm encounter, see Akil'zon (BC Classic). For his strategy on the encounter, see Akil'zon (tactics).
In World of Warcraft
This section concerns content related to The Burning Crusade.
Hex Lord Malacrass stole his essence, imbuing it into one of the Amani's most talented shamans. Akil'zon appears in Zul'Aman where his spirit is chained by Zul'jin. He is freed when the chieftain troll is killed.
Wrath of the Lich King
Akil'zon appears again in Zul'Aman where his spirit is chained by Daakara. He is freed when Daakara is killed.
Battle for Azeroth
|Location||Level range||Health range|
|Akil'zon (BC Classic)||??||1,300,000|
|Amani Eagle Spirit||??||32,000|
|Amani Eagle Spirit||??||9,585|
- As the Dungeon Journal says that this was initially the name of the troll, either the spirit took the name of its host in Zul'Drak, or the host was named after the loa to start with. The spirits near the final boss of Zul'Aman are nameless, possibly hinting that they did not initially have names.
- However, the act of a loa adopting its hosts' name would be fairly odd, as the Amani loa would have been the only ones in history to have done so, in that case, as all other loa have their own names that they are referred to by other loa, trolls and their worshippers.
- His name is similar to the loa Akil'darah.