|Black Knight (Monty Python)|
Iron Helmet, Anelace Dagger, Longsword, Immune to pain and bleeding to death.
Monty Python's "Search for the Holy Grail"
Guarding a Bridge out in the middle of Bloody nowhere for a reason/cause not worth losing limb and limb and limb and...limb over
Unknown, could be a decade or two
Victorious over Sir Didymus
The Black Knight: a scourge of Aurthurian Britain in the Dark Ages, a Powerful yet horseless warrior who guards an unnamed bridge in the english Countryside. This warrior had slain untold souls before entering battle against King Arthur, who likewise, was, well horseless (save for his squire, who banged coconuts to stimulate horse walk). During the battle, King Arthur hacked off all of the Black Knight's arms and limbs, yet the warrior showed no signs of feeling pain or imminent death from bloodloss. Indeed, like a Zombie, he kept on fighting, vowing to use his jaws against the King's legs! Unfourtunately, King Arthur, having succeeded in securing the bridge, left the Black Knight in his delsusions of Knightly Valor. Still, a horseless, limb-less Black Knight, though no longer formidable, could still inspire fear among the countryfolk for decades!
Like all Knights, the Black Knight would have been skilled in the Joust (though he does not have either horse or lance), armored and unarmed combat (Knights were skilled in both Boxing and wrestling). Also, Knights often, if not always, carried small knives or daggers (One of the most commonly used=Annlace Dagger), so for these battles, when an extra weapon is needed, the Black Knight will have the Annelace dagger.
In our battles, he will not be limbless, though by the end of each, me may still be...