The Kabilan is a fictional weapon from both the Encantadia 2005 and Encantadia 2016 series.
The Kabilan was used by Reyna Cassiopea to divide the Elemental Gem of the Bathalang Emre in order to save the Mulawins from the Hathors' wrath. The powerful gem was divided into four separate gems. After that, she buried the Kabilan and put markers around it to indicate. The Queen was then cursed by their Bathalang Emre to be banished from her Kingdom and live a very long life until the Gem was restored again. Asval tricked Ybrahim into getting the Kabilan making him think that it was orginally owned by his father. Ybrahim was successful in acquiring the Kabilan nly to be snatched away by Asval and be given to Hagorn who used it as his primary weapon since then.
Book 2 The Kabilan was created by the Bathalumang Ether. It was given to Etheria's High Priestess and was passed on to whoever sat on the throne. It was cursed by (then) Hera Mine-a to be the weapon that would be used against the Diwatas.
On the second episode of Book 3, Cassiopea was killed by Arkrey. Muros has found her lifeless in her lair and goes back to Lireo with the Kabilan.
Timeline of Wielders
|She inherited the sword of Bathalumang Ether after becoming queen. Uses it only during important battles. (With the Sang'gres' Intervention only) She used the sword to confer the punishment of death to her husband Memen.|
|She uses the sword more often than Avria does. She takes it out without her consent. She is the one who blessed the sword to become a weapon against the Diwatas but never used it actually against them rather she used it against the Etherian soldiers.|
|(Original timeline only) He was given the Kabilan by Queen Avria to kill Memen and Ornia in exchange, she would heal Odessa. He forgot to take the Kabilan back with him in Etheria after doing the ordeal.|
|(With the Sang'gres' Intervention only) She was given the Kabilan by Queen Avria to kill Ornia in exchange, Bathalumang Ether will revive her twin brother, Animus. She forgot the Kabilan due to recklessness.|
|She safeguarded the sword throughout and after the war of Etheria so that it will not fall into the wrong hands. When the war between the Mulawins and Hathors began, she used the sword to cleave the Brilyante ng mga Elemento and split it into four gems. After doing so, she hid the Kabilan (without forgetting to put a spell to guard it.) knowing that Bathalang Emre wouldn't like what she did to the Brilyante ng Elemento. After the war in Book 1, it was returned to Cassiopea and she had kept it until Book 3.|
|He was driven by Asval to look for the Kabilan by telling him a fake story that the Kabilan was given by Bathalang Emre to his father Armeo and that Cassiopea stole it from him to cleave the Brilyante ng mga Elemento. He believed Asval and pursued Cassiopea to give the whereabouts of the sword. He went through difficulties just to obtain the sword. He brought it to Cassiopea after obtaining it. Cassiopea gave him a warning that the sword is not meant for him to use He was lured by Asval to Hathoria by saying Alena is held in captive. He ended up losing the sword to Asval which he handed over to Hagorn.|
|The destined wielder of the sword after Cassiopea. He conspired with Asval to trick Ybrahim in getting the sword for him knowing that Cassiopea won't tell him its whereabouts if either of them were to ask her. It then became his main weapon replacing Elores. The most important battle that Hagorn had used the Kabilan for was when he faced Bathalang Arde. He used the sword to stab him and make him lose consciousness.|
|He deceived Ybrahim by telling him a fake story about the Kabilan being owned by his father. He borrowed the Kabilan to have an edge against their enemies and ensure that he can save Axilom who was captured during their attack in the celebration on Sapiro. He successfully killed Amihan by stabbing her in the abdomen. He almost ended up losing the Kabilan if not for Aquil whom he used as a hostage.|
The Kabilan is a twin-bladed wand/scepter that can shapeshift into a sword, spear, et cetera. This legendary God Weapon is indeed very powerful.
Appearances in the series
Cassiopea used the Kabilan to divide the Inang Brilyante into the five elemental gems of Fire, Air, Water, Earth, and Soul. This is proof of the Kabilan's resistance to the Mother Gem.
It is then seen many times in the series. It is oftenly seen being used by Cassiopea, she can summon it anywhere all she has to do is raise her hand.
It formerly belonged to Avria, Queen of Etheria. It is unknown how Cassiopea obtained it.
The Kabilan has been in the hands of Cassiopea for the longest time, until Adhara and LilaSari stole it from her.
When Adhara and LilaSari attacked Cassiopea in her lair they obtained the Kabilan. Adhara used it against their enemies, though her main weapon is the Lupig.
After Adhara's death, LilaSari became it's new keeper even until she became the Queen of Lireo, however, Cassiopea claimed it back sometime during her adoptive daughter's reign.
- The Kabilan is unquestionably powerful in the hands of a knowledgeable user. The ability to break the Mother Gem is proof enough of its immunity to the four elemental gems.