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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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This article is about the monster. For the organisation sometimes referred to as the "Black Knights", see Kinshra.
Black knights may be confused with the similarly named Dark warriors.

Black Knights (also known as the Kinshra) are medium level humans found mainly in and around their fortress. They are central to the Black Knights' Fortress. Although they worship Zamorak and are hardened foes of the Saradominist White Knights of Falador, the Kinshra's current leader Lord Daquarius is a man of honour and integrity.

Black Knights are some of the oldest non-player characters in RuneScape. When the game was first released, Black Knights were the strongest foes in RuneScape at level 46. The boast "I can beat a black knight" was once held to be impressive. There were only three Black Knights in RuneScape at that time.

That is no longer true, though they remain more difficult opponents than their level suggests. Players who are so inclined can kill them for points after completing the Wanted! quest. Each Black Knight killed raises players' White knight rank, which in turn allows the purchase of additional White Knight Equipment from Sir Vyvin.

During a recent update, the colour of their armour and equipment was darkened, and the colour of their boots was changed from brown to black. However, the Black Knight players face in the quest Wanted! has not been changed.

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Drops

100% drops

Runes

Seeds (members only)

Weapons and Armour

Charms (members only)

Please add your charm drop rates to the next template:

Charm drop percentages
No Charm

60%

24 - 28%

7 - 10%

4 - 6%

0 - 1%

Represents 90% confidence range, based on a sample of 1,082 kills.
1 charm is dropped at once.

Please add to the log (only if fifty or more creatures killed)

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Trivia

  • The Black Knight's look can be imitated by equipping a set of black armour. A steel/rune heraldic helm with the crest of Zamorak can be used to further duplicate the Black Knight's amour in order to get a red crest you will need to talk to Sir Renitee, since that helmet has a red plume rather than the blue plume of normal black armour. The Zamorakian crest can only be adorned by players with 70 Prayer. Mime boots will complete the feet's look, also you could have black gloves, gauntlets or gloves of silence that will complete the look.
  • In RuneScape, Black Knights use black longswords. However, in the RuneScape-based FunOrb game 'Armies of Gielinor', they wield the same swords but use them as two-handed swords.
  • The Black Knight's plume on his helmet is always red; in contrast the White Knight's plume represents the knights rank but it is also said that Elite Black Armour could be the black knight's ranking.
  • When non-aggressive Black Knights attack, they make the same sound as a longsword. On the other hand, aggressive knights, such as those in the Black Knights' Fortress and the Wilderness, use the same sound as a two-handed sword on Chop or Slash.
  • Very early in the game the Black Knight was once the strongest NPC in RuneScape.
  • Black Knights used to drop a pile of flour on the ground. This could only be picked up if a player had a pot in their inventory, resulting in the usual Pot of Flour.
  • The longsword graphic update has changed the colouring on their swords to look like the new Black Longswords.
  • The Black Knight's plume on his helmet is always red; the black helm that players buy has a semi-purple trim. However, a Steel heraldic helm painted in Zamorak colours is virtually identical, although the Zamorak crest requires 70 Prayer.
  • There is a very good training area at the Black Knights Fortress. If you get injured go to the monastery to heal.
  • When players hold longswords they hold it upwards however, Black Knights will hold theirs horizontally.

See also

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

The Dark Underlord's Zeltron general defending against a Mandalorian assault

The Black Knights were an alliance of Sith forged together by the Dark Underlord on Malrev IV. The organization was created roughly 250 years after the death of Darth Ruin, and suffered the defeat of their leader at the hands of Jedi Master Murrtaggh. The Underlord's Zeltron general lead the defense against a simultaneous assault on the Black Knights Malrev IV fortress, a diversion staged by Mandalorian mercenaries to distract from the Jedi assassination attempt on their leader. The diversion was a success and the Black Knights' leader fell.

The group's fate in the aftermath of the battle is unknown, although it can be assumed that the organization dissolved, most likely violently, after their leader's death.

Behind the scenes

In the second draft of A New Hope, the "Black Knights of the Sith" (earlier the "Knights of the Sith" in the rough draft) are named as the destroyers of the Jedi Bendu of Ashla. They were a group of pirates taught the ways of the Bogan by a fallen Padawan named Darklighter. In time, the Black Knights became the Galactic Emperor's personal guard. They were renamed the Dark Lords of the Sith in the third draft.[1]

Sources

Notes and references

  1. The Making of Star Wars: The Definitive Story Behind the Original Film

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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This creature is in the Humans class.
Black Knight

1800 Hit points
1600 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: --/--
Abilities: Melee (0-300), Spears (0-200)
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 500 hp per turn
Immune To: Ice, Earth, Invisibility, Paralysis
Strong To: Physical (-20%), Death (-20%), Fire (-95%), Energy (-80%)
Neutral To: Drown?, Life Drain?
Weak To: Holy (+8%?)
Sounds: "No prisoners!"; "By bolg's blood"; "You're no match for me!"; "NO MERCY!"; "MINE!".
Behavior: The Black Knight fights until death and throws Spears when the enemy tries to escape.
Field Notes: He is a member of TBI who turned the other way. "Commander of the Royal Army, assumed dead in the collapse of his unfinished home."
Location: Only in Black Knight's Villa beneath the Green Claw Swamp (northwest of Venore). You need to be over level 50 to enter.
Strategy:
sorcerer and paladin VS black knight

Very hard creature to hunt, forget your Icicle and your Stalagmite runes here, since he is immune to Earth and Ice Damage. Since they are resistant to all other elements, all you can do is hit it with whichever attack you have, or use Explosions. It is not recommended to enchant your weapon to a hunt, since it isn't really necessary. A basic strategy consists of the Knight blocking the Black Knight and Challenges it whenever it retargets, while the Druid/Sorcerer uses Death Strikes.
The most efficient duo-strategy to kill it faster would be a Knight blocking him while a Paladin uses Divine Missiles.

Not a good creature to do a fast hunt since it takes a really long time to respawn.
Loot: 0-124 gp, 0-3 Spears, Dark Armor, Battle Hammer, Dark Helmet, Halberd, Plate Armor, Double Axe, Rope, 0-2 Brown Bread, Brass Legs, Steel Helmet, Two-Handed Sword, Knight Axe (semi-rare), Warrior Helmet (semi-rare), Knight Legs (rare), Ruby Necklace (rare), Knight Armor (rare), Dragon Lance (very rare), Lightning Legs (very rare), Piggy Bank (very rare), Boots of Haste (very rare). (Loot Statistics)
See also: Creatures.
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