|The subject of this article was removed from World of Warcraft in patch 5.0.4 but is present in World of Warcraft: Classic.
|Occupation||Houndmaster of the Scarlet Monastery|
|Location||Huntsman's Cloister, Scarlet Monastery|
|Relative(s)||Huntsman Leopold (brother)|
After his death, his soul entered the Shadowlands and was sent to Revendreth and placed under the care of The Fearstalker in the Forest Ward due to the atrocities he committed in life. It was noted on his sinstone that as fear was his weapon in life, fear would be his teacher in death.
Houndmaster Loksey is one of the four leaders of the Scarlet Monastery, and captain in charge of training the hounds which the Scarlet Crusade use to track down their enemies. Loksey commands the loyalty of fearsome dogs that can tear their victim apart limb by limb within minutes.
He is the brother of Huntsman Leopold, a Scarlet emissary sent to Light's Hope Chapel as part of the Scarlet Crusade's reluctant alliance with the Argent Dawn. When speaking to him, Leopold is of the opinion that Loksey can't even take care of his own hounds, let alone represent the Crusade - which is why Leopold was sent instead of Loksey.
- Battle Shout — Increases the melee attack power of nearby friendly targets for 2 min.
- Bloodlust — Increases an ally's attack speed by 30% for 30 sec.
Houndmaster Loksey comes with 3 elite Scarlet Tracking Hounds. They are vulnerable to all forms of Crowd Control that work on beasts. Generally, one hound is polymorphed by a mage, the tank holds aggro on Loksey, and DPS focuses on the other hounds until all are dead, at which point the party focuses on Loksey. AoE abilities can also help bring the hounds down. If the previous room has been cleared, can also be used safely as the hounds are unlikely to draw other mobs into the fight. Loksey will enrage at 25%.
- Release the hounds!
- His aggro quote is the same as Mr. Burns from The Simpsons, when he is "escorting" people out of his house.
- Loksey is voiced by Marc Graue.
- Patch 5.0.4 (2012-08-28): Removed.