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Kalibath is a Necrosyrte Dragonkin that features in Hero's Welcome. He helps Sakirth, Strisath and Tarshak kill V using the Mirror, and accompanies them back to the Dragonkin Lair in the Ancient Cavern.

When Tarshak tries to assume command of the Necrosyrte Dragonkin, the Necrosyrtes refuse to listen to him and fight him. Tarshak knocks back Sakirth and Strisath, but when he attacks Kalibath, his attacks fail, to his confusion. Kalibath then reveals that he wore one of his protection charms, reducing the strength of his attacks. After Tarshak flees the Lair, he is seen interrogating a captured White Knight on Saradomin's weakness. The player must sneak past him without attracting his attention in order to progress with the quest.

He reappears at the end of the quest alongside his fellow Necrosyrtes to see Tarshak's body, and then proceeds to argue with Kerapac and the Dactyl over how to deal with the False Users, before their argument broke into a fight.

According to Kalibath, Tarshak has seen people welcome the obsidian hand of death around their throat as they smile.[1]

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  1. ^ Kalibath's journal, written by Kalibath, RuneScape. "The one thing Tarshak is good for is talking, and everything he has said has sickened me on one level or another. He has chased the V User across worlds without end, always failing due to his incompetence. And always he finds mortals bowing and scraping before 'gods' that would slaughter them all to get access to the Stone for a bare instant. He has seen people worshipping giant pigs, giant plants and giant rocks. He has seen them throw their own children into living flames. He has seen them engage in fights to the death with combatants in the billions. He has seen them welcome the obsidian hand of death around their throat with a smile."