The Battle of the Salve was the final battle of the Misthalin - Morytania War. During the battle, the forces of Misthalin were finally able to push back Lowerniel Drakan's vampyres to beyond the River Salve. 
The Seven Priestly Warriors lead the Misthalin armies against the forces of Lowernie Drakan, culminating with a battle at the River Salve. The warriors and their soldiers fought for ten days, and when reinforcements arrived on the eleventh day, the reinforcements found only their bodies and those of the slain vampyres. River Salve had been blessed.  However, the Seven Priestly Warriors succeeded in blessing the Salve before they were killed, thus preventing any more of Lowerniel Drakan's forces from crossing into Misthalin. 
The temple of Paterdomus was erected at the site in honour of the Seven Priestly Warriors and they were entombed there, with the exception of Ivandis Seergaze.
- ↑ Drezel, "Sins of the Father", Old School RuneScape. "During the Fourth Age, the vampyre forces of Lowerniel Drakan attempted to invade Misthalin. They would have succeeded, were it not for the Seven Priestly Warriors."
- ↑ Drezel, "Priest in Peril", Old School RuneScape. "They led the armies of Misthalin against the vampyres in a great battle that took place right where this temple stands."
- ↑ Drezel, "Priest in Peril", Old School RuneScape. "For ten days and nights they fought, never sleeping, never eating, fuelled by their desire to make the world a better place for humans to live. On the eleventh day they were to be joined by reinforcements. However, when those reinforcements arrived, they found the Seven Priestly Warriors and their forces had been slain by the vampyres."
- ↑ Drezel, "Priest in Peril", Old School RuneScape. "Their sacrifice was not in vain though. Before they were defeated, the Seven Priestly Warriors managed to bless the Salve with the holy power of Saradomin."
- ↑ The Sleeping Seven, Old School RuneScape. "In the midst of Mort Myre lies a long cavern running from north-west to south-east, with three caverns along the south-western wall and two caverns on the north-eastern. Ivandis was put to rest in the smaller of the two caverns along the north-eastern wall with his worldly possessions."