A character from Fate/Zero.
The Black Knight[edit | edit source]
Raised by the Fairy of a lake, his sighting of King Arthur made him fall in love with the idea of becoming a knight, and due to his latent talent went on to become one of The Knights of the Round Table, and not only one of Arthur's most loyal knights, but the very image of the perfect knight in Arthur's eyes. However, knowing the burden that his king carried, he tried to talk with dear his wife, Guinevere, and that's where he learned the secret—that his king was actually a woman. The King's wife had married just to preserve the image of a normal royal family, and Sir Lancelot couldn't help but be feel pity for her, which would turn into attraction. When political enemies exposed the adultery, she was sent to be executed, and even though he went as far as to kill 3 of his comrades, he couldn't stop her death. This resulted in the fracture of the Round Table's Knights, and ultimately civil war that destroyed the country. When Lancelot heard of the death of King Arthur, the king he once he so fiercely admired and vowed loyalty, caused by his own actions, he descended into madness, tainting his very Spirit.
Summoned by Matou Kariya, he was brought as Berserker, a Servant class that sacrificed it's mind for pure power. As Kariya is a weak Magus, and Berserker's few thinking capabilities seem to somewhat remember Saber, he tries to savagely attack her at every opportunity regardless of his Master's command.
When attacking Caster, Berserker takes control of an F-15 Jet to use as his Noble Phantasm, but is distracted when he sights Saber, allowing him to be defeated.
On the final of the 4th Holy Grail War, Berserker engages Saber, but as he is exceptionally good at battling her, Saber deduces he must have been related to her and breaks his helmet, revealing the maddened Lancelot, which destroys Saber's will to fight as she is overcome with guilt. As Berserker brutalizes Saber, he stops before the final blow, his mindless attacking having fully drained his Master of magical energy, and proceeds to fall and regain his mind as his class skills can no longer be sustained, and exchanges a few words with Saber before dematerializing.
"« You were the greatest amongst the kings. All who served you… believed thus. »"
Joins as Kirei's black friend, probably Kariya's too.
Season 2[edit | edit source]
Kirei reflects on the words of his black friend and stops ignoring his instincts to cause suffering.
Beats Archer using his JETS power.
Fights Archer again and a bunch of other people.
Summoned to a new world, he's made to fight again, and then vanish without a trace.
A darkness-clad figure that will cast a shadow upon the world. A being covered in a strange aura that makes it hard to discern anything about it.
Albert Wesker had gotten "experimental melanin" injections donated by Gas Chamber from France, but little did he know it was in fact grail mud. When he overdoses on "melanin", it forcefully expulses itself from his body, congregating into a slime and escaping to a nearby dark alleyway. In there, it assumes its true form as the Berserker.
As it gains form, the sound attracts Date Kaname from the nearby Survive Bar. When talked to, Berserker responds with a maddened scream, making clear both its mind and intentions. Without wait, it engages Date.
Assaulting Date without respite in a frenzy despite the detective's attempts at resistance and counterattacks, eventually Date falls. As he collapses, Kiryu Kazuma arrives hastily upon hearing the commotion, challenging Berserker who responds with naught but grunts. Cursing himself for being too slow, Kiryu rushes with his fist, but before it connects a dark flash marks the disappearance of the armored Berserker... and Date. With no time to lose in this mysterious situations, his instincts tell him to contact The Cagist, but at that moment, an unknown caller reaches to his phone...
As security guards make their rounds around Coolsville Hills, a blood-curling scream cuts them off before a creature moving at terrifying speed blows them off into the walls. Even Stork who was disguised among the guards and tried reiterating Coolsville Law Article 19 section 92 and calls his masked face uncool (unless for a good cause like peeping) is unable to do anything to slow him down. All of the guards are completely defenseless to stop this monster as he rushes through them in an animalistic motion, making its way into the tower.
At the very top awaits 'The Prince of the Tower', who warned of the massacre tells the others to rush into the helicopter while he holds it back... he better baleeb dat. Right on time, the monster of darkness arrives... and The Prince decg-dec-deglares that by the end of this fight he'll be acknowledged.
But the only thing acknowledged was the might of this beast, as The Prince's sole consolation is that he was able to buy time for the others to escape, and it's up to them to warn "him" about it now. Then... a figure of darkness resembling a detective walks in... which to The Prince can only mean they didn't make it... and they really are all doomed, finally collapsing as he's taken into darkness.
Wrestlers begin disappearing en masse after taking over the tower.
His blacked forces assault a local OMW show in an abandoned BCW Arena. Ooishi Kuraudo, Raiden, and Date Mizuki arrive but are overwhelmed by the appearance of the Blacked Date and the other allies of the black beast, and Ooishi makes an urgent call to Dante for reinforcements. When Dante and Kiryu Kazuma arrive, Ooishi, Mizuki, Raiden, and couch Kevin R. Nash are at their very last rope resisting the blackening. The berserking Blacked Date stops rampaging around when Dante asks for his collection, letting out a scream and summoning the other one attacking the place: Blacked Chopper, an "old friend" of Dante.
With one last Dragon Bomb, Date is done for and the Chopper crashes. Date's blackness washes away, and the group can be taken to the hospital. But then, as they discover too late, the Black Knight was actually unnoticed within the Chopper thanks to his concealment ability. The Black Knight, who despite his armored appearance was still a formless mass of power lacking a solid foundation, found the perfect container in Kevin Nash―the perfect victim of blacked and blackening―and enters his being before vanishing away.
Episode 7[edit | edit source]
Nash had an unnatural and wholly unique condition, an almost miraculous affinity for just this specific condition of being blacked, the single existence with the title of "the being with the supreme right to be blacked". That allowed the Black Knight, when using Nash as container, to resonate with him beyond all limits he thought possible, merging the two consciousness to become a new being of unparalleled power which allowed it to break away from its previous madness. Plainly put, Nash's potential to be blacked was limitless, and so was the Black Knight's power within his body. As the new being changed, first it became Super Blacked Nash, then it became something BEYOND blacked.... Super Blacked Nash Super Blacked.
Although it used its newfound abilities to black the entire Coolsville Hills security force and even the building itself, rigging it to explode and spread his blackness to Coolsville, he was defeated when the combined light of the heroes of Coolsville stood against him, and then rammed an RPG up his ass.
The Black Knight was destroyed, only part of Coolsville Hills exploded as the blast relied on the blackening that ceased to exist at the same time as Nash's anus, and as for Kevin Nash himself, some say he fell into a coma.
Match History[edit | edit source]
|Knight of Owner||The ability to imprint his will over anything he considers a weapon. In this degraded form he can use it to corrupt people.|
|For Someone's Glory||The concealment of one's own appearance, classification and even name by an illusive fog that creates illusionary misdirections in anyone trying to observe him.|
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