For his pre-Cataclysm encounter, see Halazzi (BC Classic). For his strategy on the encounter, see Halazzi (tactics).
Image of Halazzi
Gender Male
Race Loa (Lynx)
Location Various
Status Active

Halazzi is the lynx god of the Amani trolls.

In World of Warcraft

Burning Crusade

Halazzi's essence imbued into one of the Amani's greatest hunters.

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Hex Lord Malacrass stole his essence, imbuing it into one of the Amani's greatest hunters.[1] However, this spirit is chained by Zul'jin and is freed when the chieftain troll died.[2]

Wrath of the Lich King

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Halazzi appears with the other Amani gods after the quest N [20-30] Breaking Through Jin'Alai, directing the player to the leopard goddess, Har'koa.

The Amani gods are also summoned after the quest N [20-30] Rampage, where they tell the player to defeat the guardians at the Altar of Quetz'lun and kill the Prophet of Akali.


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Halazzi appears in Zul'Aman where his spirit is chained by Daakara. He is freed when Daakara is killed.

Battle for Azeroth

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A Disciple of Halazzi is present in Tal'aman, the Amani tribe's enclave in Zuldazar.


Notable appearances
Location Level range Health range
Halazzi (BC Classic) ?? 431,000
Amani Lynx Spirit ?? 6,300
Zul'Drak ?? 7,096
Halazzi (tactics) 87 4,149,000
Amani Lynx Spirit ?? 9,585

In Hearthstone

Hearthstone This section contains information exclusive to Hearthstone and is considered non-canon.

Halazzi in the Gurubashi Arena in Hearthstone.

In the Hearthstone expansion Rastakhan's Rumble, Halazzi serves as the patron of Halazzi's Lynxes, a fast and ferocious team of troll hunters, and personally appears as a legendary hunter card. His flavor text reads: "Remember, you’re only as strong as your weakest lynx."


  • Halazzi according to the Zul'Aman dungeon journal, is the only loa to not have adopted the name of his host. Instead, the host seemingly having adopted the loa's name (which might have been the case of the other Amani loa, as it would be an odd practice).

Patch changes

See also