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The Black Knight
None shall pass... I move for no man!
~ The Black Knight impeding Arthur

Summary

The Black Knight is a mysterious figure who guards a "bridge" (a plank of wood) over a small stream. Arthur encounters him while searching for the Holy Grail, leading to a duel in which the Black Knight loses his arm. Despite declaring himself the victor (and getting his other arm chopped off), the Black Knight refused to relent, causing Arthur to lop off his foe's legs before continuing on his way, with the Black Knight screaming and cussing for the King of Britain to return.

Power and Stats

Tier: 9-C

Name: The Black Knight

Origins: Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Human

Powers and Abilities: Peak Human, Very skilled with various weapons, Immortality (Type 2), Monty Force

Attack Potency: Street level (Easily thrusts his sword through someone's skull)

Speed: Athletic Human (Runs surprisingly quickly for someone in heavy armor)

Lifting Strength: Above Average Human (Can easily move around without trouble while wearing heavy armor, Can wrestle with other knights with little trouble)

Striking Strength: Athlete Class

Durability: Street level (His limbs are chopped off with little resistance, but is odd in that he does not seem to feel pain or suffer blood loss from having his limbs chopped off)

Stamina: High (The Black Knight is rather tenacious and is completely unfazed even after he got all of his limbs chopped off)

Range: Human, extended melee with sword

Standard Equipment: His sword and armor

Intelligence: The Black Knight is skilled enough to dispatch most other knights with ease, with Arthur noting that he fights "with the strength of ten men". However, he has shown to rely primarily on brute force and wild swings, so he's easily overwhelmed by those who are able to match him in strength.

Weaknesses: The Black Knight can't give up a fight that he has clearly lost, and is stubborn and reckless.

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