Karam. overlord

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For the Familiarisation NPC, see Karamthulhu overlord (Familiarisation).
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A Karam. overlord is a level 69 combat summoning familiar released with the introduction of the Summoning skill. It requires level 58 Summoning to summon.

It uses solely melee or ranged basic attacks depending on its distance from the target.

Karam. overlord pouch[edit | edit source]


A Karamthulhu overlord pouch is made by using a Summoning pouch on a Summoning obelisk with 144 spirit shards, a Blue charm and a fishbowl.

Karamthulu Overlord scroll (Doomsphere)[edit | edit source]

A player activating the scroll.

The Karamthulu Overlord scroll (Doomsphere) enables the use of the Doomsphere Device special ability for a Karamthulhu overlord. Using a Karamthulhu overlord pouch on a Summoning obelisk creates ten Karamthulu Overlord scroll (Doomsphere)s.

Doomsphere Device[edit | edit source]

Doomsphere Device is the special move of the karamthulhu overlord. The overlord attacks the target with a magical water spell, causing up to 763 damage and draining their Magic level.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Previously, it had a right-click option, Drown, which caused the Karamthulhu to instantly use a magic-based water attack, at the cost of two summoning points. It has been removed since the Evolution of Combat.
  • The Karamthulhu is a reference to H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu, its name being a portmanteau of "Karambwan" and "Cthulhu".
  • The first examine text is a reference to the Superman villain General Zod, who says "Kneel before Zod."
  • Before the release of Summoning, Karamthulhu was involved in a bug that allowed it to appear and walk around for a bit before disappearing.
  • The examine text, "I will call him Squiddy, and he shall be my Squiddy, and he shall be mine," is a reference to the popular Pixar movie, Finding Nemo, where one of the main characters, Dory, says a similar phrase.
  • Doomsphere Device may be a reference to Doomsday device.