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A player battling a White Knight with their former stance.

A White Knight is a type of NPC found at the White Knights' Castle in Falador. The helmet's plume colour indicates the knight's level.

Plume colour Knight type Combat level
Red Initiate 36
Yellow Proselyte 38
Green Acolyte 39
Blue Partisan 42

(The white knight in Burthorpe is combat level 36.)

Partisan white knights can hit up to 7 points of damage; all the lower classes can hit up to 6. They are also an unusually high level for being in a low/medium level player area. They are known to use crushing attacks, so a chainbody will work well against them.

The white knights are arguably the most important political group in Asgarnia, as their leader, Sir Amik Varze, is the effective ruler of the kingdom, save Burthorpe. They have a long rivalry with the Black Knights, and more recently with the Burthorpe Imperial Guard. In general, they are said to stand against evil, being followers of Saradomin. However, players are occasionally cautioned by knowledgeable NPCs like Bob the Jagex Cat and Juna that the white knights may not be as pure as they seem. Also, the Imperial Guard of Asgarnia believes the white knights have illegally taken control of the Kingdom of Asgarnia when King Vallence disappeared.

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Players as white knights

After completing the Recruitment Drive quest, players become members of the Temple Knights, an elite part of the White Knights' order. Completion of the Wanted! quest gives the player access to White Knight equipment once he or she has obtained a sufficient rank in the order. Players' ranks within the order are different from the ranks suggested by the various plume colours. This is because the ranks suggested by the plume colours are earned by completing quests given out by the Temple Knights, such as Slug Menace. Players gain in rank by killing black knights; however, killing white knights loses rank.

Number of black knights killed Player rank in white knights
less than 100 no rank
100 - 199 White Knight Novice
200 - 299 White Knight Peon
300 - 499 White Knight Page
500 - 799 White Knight Noble
800 - 1299 White Knight Adept
1,300+ White Knight Master

Upon entering the white knights, the player is automatically a White Knight Novice and is credited with 100 black knight kills. Thereafter, killing a regular Black Knight counts as 1 kill while killing an Elite Black Knight counts as 10 kills. Killing a white knight reduces the player's kill count by 1 and can result in the player being demoted in rank. Players can check their rank by clicking Wanted! in the Quest Journal control panel; the player's current rank is shown, with the wording "I am currently a (Rank) white knight."

When the player is promoted to a new rank, the game window display the promotion, such as "Congratulations you are now a White Knight Adept". There is no announcement, however, for being demoted or being promoted again to a rank the player once held.

Knight rankings can be used to obtain White Knight equipment, from Sir Vyvin at the White Knights' Castle in Falador. Each piece of equipment requires a specific knight ranking to buy (but not to wear). Pieces of white knight equipment can be sold back to Sir Vyvin at the same price as they were bought at.

Note: If you kill enough White Knights and have been Demoted to "no rank", Sir Vyvin will refuse to sell anything to you.

Drops

Different levelled knights drop different items. All levels drop bones. Players killing white knights in the white knight's castle after completing the Wanted! quest will lose favour among the white knights' order.

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Level 36

100% drop

Runes

Weapons

Gems

Other

Level 38

100% drop

Runes

Weapons

Seeds

Other

Level 39

100% drop

Runes

Other

Level 42

100% drop

Runes

Gems

Other

Trivia

  • Most of the White Knights have names that are a play on words using the honourific Sir. For instance, there is "Sir Vyvin" (surviving), "Sir Renitee" (serenity), Sir Amik Varze" (ceramic vase), "Sir Tiffy Cashien" (certification), "Sir Vant" (servant) and Sir Gerry (surgery)
  • There is a lone white knight standing outside of Burthorpe, the only area of Asgarnia controlled by the Imperial Guard rather than the White Knights. Players speaking to him learn that he is watching something, an indicator of another rivalry between the two factions.
  • When talking to Bob the Jagex Cat, the following dialogue can be triggered: "Well, those white knights are far more complicated than you might imagine. Not the 'goodie goodies' they claim to be. Just watch your back."
  • In Runescape Classic White Knights would wander all around Falador, not just around the White Knight's Castle, and they wore steel armour.
  • There used to be a glitch in which on a non-member server a white knight would drop a White Full Helmet. This has since been fixed.
  • White knights are an ideal source of combat xp for medium leveled players. After completing "Recruitment Drive", Sir Tiffy Cashien can switch your spawn point to the white knight castle. A player can kill the knights until they die, then walk mere feet to their grave marker, and retrieve their items.
  • The White knights appear to be left-handed. They swing their 2Hs from the left side. This is consistent with a player's 2H swings.

This article uses material from the "White Knight" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

This article uses material from the "White Knights" article on the Yugioh wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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