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Beyond Divinity Edit

Death knight

A Death Knight

A Death Knight is a demon who serves a master or a mistress. Death Knights are mostly used as elite guard. In Beyond Divinity, Samuel uses Death Knights as his personal guard, and when he is summoned away he orders his elite guard to capture the hero and his Death Knight companion.

In Beyond Divinity the protagonist is soul bound to a Death Knight who is actually Damian.

"as ordered your excellency, they shall await your return, from inside a cell"

Deathknight

Damian as a Death Knight

says one of Samuel's elite guard when Samuel orders them to capture the hero and the Death Knight.

"I am a Death Knight, a servant of utter chaos. I served Isolde loyally for many years, but now I am one of the elite guards under Samuel's command."

says Damian when he first meets the hero.

Divinity: Original Sin Edit

DOS Death Knight

A Death Prince

Death Knight appears in Divinity: Original Sin also. You meet Death Knights for the first time in the Tenebrium mine near Silverglen.

As you proceed, you find out that Leandra creates them with Source magic, Tenebrium, and her blood. She used the Source magic and these creatures to destroy portal to the First Garden and harm Zandalor during the quest Follow the Wizard.

You must use Death Knight Bane first to get rid of their invulnerability. You have to bypass or flee from Death Knights until you learn the spell. To make the spellbook, you need Vial Of Leandra's BloodDOS Items Quest Vial Of Leandra's Blood and Leandra's SpellDOS Items Quest Leandra's Spell.

At the final battle versus the Void Dragon, if you choose not to cure the broken Soul Forge between Leandra and Icara, you can meet a unique version called the Death Prince.

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