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A mysterious warrior loyal to the emperor of Palamecia. He exposes those disloyal to the empire and hunts them to the corners of the earth. Innocent and guilty alike fall before him and his unflinching faith.

The Black Knight, also known as the DkKnight and the DarkNite, is a boss in Final Fantasy II. Four of them pursue the party at the start of the game and engage them in a battle that cannot be won. If the player wins through a cheat device, the NES version allows the player to progress as normal, but in the Dawn of Souls and subsequent versions, the player is sent back to the title screen.

Minwu assists Scott in battle against the Black Knight upon his arrival in Raqia. It is not as much of a threat as it was in the original scenario.

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Other appearances Edit

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Edit

Theatrhythm Black Knight

The Black Knight appears as an enemy, mostly in Final Fantasy II tracks. Its CollectaCard number is 42.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Edit

Black Knight appears as an enemy in Battle Music Sequences.

Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit

PFF Black Knight FFII

Black Knight appears as an enemy.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

FFRK Ultimate++ Black Knight FFII
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Final Fantasy Trading Card Game Edit

The Black Knight appears as part of "Thunder" set.

Etymology Edit

Dark knights, also known as black knights, were a minority group of knights who refused to serve lords or kings. Instead they either looted and raided, hunted bounties, or lived off the charity from the more humble folk, in much the same manner as a Japanese ronin. As they had no master, and thus no squire, they would paint their armor a signature black color to prevent rust and damage. Dark knights were considered by many a necessary evil, as they would protect villages and lesser people from invaders and bandits, but would also cause problems in the regions they dwelt in to sustain themselves.

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