There is a volatile respect between Bilrach and Kal'Ger, and it is easy to see how the unlikely alliance has persisted. Kal'Ger, for all of his petulant rage and sulky retreats to the demon forge - has gained the utter respect of a nation. His demons have installed him as their leader and taken his name as their own. Bilrach, I suspect, dreams of that depth of respect; his charges meekly die or serve him out of fear or lack of choice. In Bilrach, Kal'ger sees an unfettered power and raw power is the currency of the demon nation. In Kal'Ger, Bilrach sees the respect he expects to gain from finding our master. They are a dysfunctional family, but a potent and powerful one.