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Noble Knight
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"Noble Knight" monsters in the artwork of "Noble Knights of the Round Table".
Japanese

  • (せい)()()
  • 聖騎士 (base)
  • せいきし (ruby)
  • Seikishi (romanized)
  • Holy Knight (translated)

French

  • Chevalier Noble

German

  • Edler Ritter

Italian

  • Nobile Cavaliere

Korean

  • 성기사
  • 聖騎士 (Hanja)
  • Seonggisa (romanized)
  • Holy Knight (translated)

Portuguese

  • Nobre Cavaleiro

Spanish

  • Noble Caballero


Sets

Anime appearances

Manga appearances


"Noble Knight", referred to as "Sacred Knight" in the anime and some video games, and known as "Holy Knight" ((せい)()() Seikishi) in the OCG, is an archetype of LIGHT and DARK Attribute Warrior-Type monsters. It was introduced in the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 5 Strategy Guide and received its first support in Return of the Duelist with "Noble Arms - Gallatin".

All "Noble Knights", except "Noble Knight Joan", are based on the Knights of the Round Table of Arthurian legend. The "Noble Arms" archetype supports this archetype, and encompasses weapons used by those knights.

The "Noble Knights" are not part of the "Knight" archetype, because their names do not contain "ナイト".

Naming in the TCG

  • In Italian, Portuguese and Spanish, the archetype names are respectively "Nobile Cavaliere", "Nobre Cavaleiro" and "Noble Caballero", with the adjective meaning "Noble" comes before the noun meaning "Knight". This is to make sure that the support cards work well with "Ignoble Knight" cards which are called "Ignobile Cavaliere", "Inobre Cavaleiro" and "Innoble Caballero", despite the naming scheme of the "Noble Arms" archetype in which the adjective comes after the noun meaning "Arms". In French, however, the adjective is placed after the noun in both cases of "Noble Knight" ("Chevalier Noble") and "Noble Arms" ("Armes Nobles"), as "Ignoble Knight" cards are simply named "Chevalier Noble Infâme" (literally "Infamous Noble Knight").
  • There is no agreement on the noun phrase "Noble Knight" in English (the plural form is simply "Noble Knights", with no change reflected on the adjective "Noble"). In other languages however, there is, which makes the naming of the archetype potentially complicated. Therefore:
    • Plural forms are never used in French, German and Spanish card names, as shown on "Artorigus, King of the Noble Knights", "Noble Knight Brothers", "Last Chapter of the Noble Knights" and "Noble Knights of the Round Table".
    • A plural form is used in Portuguese ("Nobre Cavaleiros"), but without agreement. The adjective "Nobre" remains unchanged, as shown on "Last Chapter of the Noble Knights" and "Noble Knights of the Round Table".
    • In Italian however, agreement is still applied on "Noble Knight Brothers", "Last Chapter of the Noble Knights" and "Noble Knights of the Round Table", with the plural form being "Nobili Cavalieri". That could cause problems for a few "Noble Knight" support cards such as "Noble Knight Brothers", "Ignoble Knight of High Laundsallyn" and "Artorigus, King of the Noble Knights".

Origin

Arthurian Characters

Noble Knight Knight of the Round Table
King Artorigus and Sacred Artorigus King Arthur
Black Laundsallyn and High Laundsallyn Lancelot
Artorigus Arthur
Borz Bors the Younger
Drystan Tristan
Gawayn Gawain
Gwalchavad Galahad
Medraut Mordred
Peredur Percival
Brothers Sir Agravain, Sir Gaheris, and Sir Gareth
Eachtar Hector de Maris
Bedwyr Bedivere

Other

Card Origin
Joan Joan of Arc
Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms Guinevere
Lady of the Lake Lady of the Lake
Merlin Merlin

Playing style

The archetype relies on equipping the "Noble Knights" with the "Noble Arms" Spell Cards and take advantage of this, either by searching for more support or simply destroying cards. There are also some "Noble Knights" that behave like Gemini monsters, being treated as Normal monsters while they are not equipped with a "Noble Arms" card. Once equipped, they gain an effect, and with the exception of "Gwalchavad", all of them become DARK and increase their Level by 1, in order to assist the Xyz Summon of "Sacred Noble Knight of King Artorigus" or the effect of "Lady of the Lake" to Synchro Summon "Ignoble Knight of High Laundsallyn". The "pure" Level 5 "Noble Knights" can be Special Summoned from the hand and/or Graveyard and also serve to speed up the aforementioned Xyz/Synchro Summons.

The aforementioned "Noble Arms" are Equip Spell Cards in the shape of swords with a broad variety of effects, that range from offensive effects like destroying cards or giving ATK boost to support/defensive effects like protecting against destruction and targeting effects. With the exception of "Excaliburn", all of them can re-equip to a "Noble Knight" you control when they are destroyed and sent to the Graveyard, so that even if you Special Summon a Extra Deck "Noble Knight", by using materials that were equipped with "Noble Arms", those Spell Cards will re-equip themselves to that new monster.

Recommended cards

Deck

"Noble Knight" Deck

Noble Knight Deck
聖騎士デッキ

External links

  • Pojo Release in Lord of Tachyon Galaxy
  • yugioh-card OCG Extra Pack - Swords of Knights
  • [1] Release in Shadow Specters

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