Ralvash was a Zamorakian Mahjarrat sacrificed in Gielinor's 17th Ritual of Rejuvination.
During the reign of Zaros in the Second Age, Ralvash served as a tribune.
According to the Mahjarrat Zemouregal, Ralvash was of relatively average power for his race. Zemouregal also indicated that his eye sockets were abnormally close together, and that he was considered to be fairly ugly. However, this may simply be an example of Zemouregal's vanity.
In roughly 1631 of the Fourth Age, Ralvash was sacrificed at Gielinor's 17th Ritual of Rejuvination in The North, near the ruins of the Zarosian fortress of Ghorrock. His death ultimately provided the Mahjarrat with the lifeforce they needed to survive to the 179th year of the Fifth Age, the year of the 18th Ritual. In an issue of Postbag from the Hedge, Azzanadra indicated that he was quickly made aware of Ralvash's death following his escape from the Jaldraocht pyramid during the Desert Treasure quest.
In his memory book, it appears that he was not as consumed with gaining power as the other Mahjarrat, primarily expressing concern about the direction his race was taking, citing the performances that Sliske put on using what were essentially human marionettes.
- ^ a b Zemouregal, "Notes (k-z)", RuneScape. "An individual of average power. He's an ugly fellow, I think his eye sockets are too close together."
- ^ Jhallan, "Jhallan's memory", RuneScape. "On Kharshai, Ralvash, Lamistard, Lakosta, Akthanakos, Untrad, Lucien, and Kolton he bestowed the rank of Tribunus, the lieutenant to a Legatus."
- ^ Jagex. Postbag 38 - "Transcript:What's the matter, Jad? Chicken?", Letter 5, by Azzanadra. RuneScape Postbags from the Hedge.
- ^ Ralvash's memory (book), RuneScape.