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... Further reading Valinor is the Black Knight's steed in the Marvel Comics universe ... He serves as a steed of the Black Knight after he had given his previous steed Aragorn to the Valkyrie, and the Blood Wraith in battle against the Black ...
... While a White Knight is a company or business "savior," a Black Knight is a "destroyer." It is difficult to identify a Black Knight when they first enter a company or business ... Typically, a Black Knight will enter a business/company as an influential person such as a major investor or a member of the board of directors of a profitable or asset rich business ... The Black Knight will undertake dealings to enrich themselves which normally leave the previously profitable company in a weaker financial position ...
... See also List of characters in Fire Emblem Path of Radiance#Black Knight Defeated by Ike in a duel during Path of Radiance, the Black Knight (漆黒の騎士, Shikkoku no Kishi?), a former Rider of Daein ... It is revealed right before a battle between Ike and Black Knight in Part III Chapter 7 that Black Knight let Ike win their battle 3 years ago after hearing that Greil cut out his tendons ... As the Black Knight, he protects Micaiah when Jarod attempts to kill her ...
... scabbard, and is now ruling the realm as the tyrannical Black Knight ... Sonic's speed alone will not end The Black Knight's reign, so he must take up the talking sword, Caliburn, in order to break Arthur's curse and save the kingdom ... Sonic must also collect the blades of King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table and Excalibur itself if he is to restore King Arthur's sanity and return him to ...
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“The knight slew the dragon,
The lady was gay,
They rode on together,
—Unknown. This Is the Key (l. 3841)
“Heres neither bush nor shrub to bear off any weather at all. And another storm brewing, I hear it sing i the wind. Yond same black cloud, yond huge one, looks like a foul bombard that would shed his liquor. If it should thunder as it did before, I know not where to hide my head. Yond same cloud cannot choose but fall by pailfuls.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)