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==Filmography==
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*'''Debut:''' [[The King of Town DVD]]
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==Character Evolution==
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| [[Image:Knight Bass Drum.png|150px]] || The current design ||2005|| [[Fall Float Parade]], [[senior prom]], [[the movies]], [[The House That Gave Sucky Tricks]] || His suit color and shading are lighter. His toes are no longer visible and the flagpole is shorter and gray instead of white. When facing toward the camera, he appears to have five openings in his helmet instead of three. Starting with [[the movies]], his visor slats have some shading added to them. In [[The House That Gave Sucky Tricks]], the slats are blue (although this could be part of his costume).
| [[Image:Knight Bass Drum.png|150px]] || The current design ||2005|| [[Fall Float Parade]], [[senior prom]], [[the movies]], [[The House That Gave Sucky Tricks]] || His suit color and shading are lighter. His toes are no longer visible and the flagpole is shorter and gray instead of white. When facing toward the camera, he appears to have five openings in his helmet instead of three. Starting with [[the movies]], his visor slats have some shading added to them. In [[The House That Gave Sucky Tricks]], the slats are blue (although this could be part of his costume).
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==Complete Filmography==
 
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*'''Debut:''' [[The King of Town DVD]]
 
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*[[The House That Gave Sucky Treats]]
 
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[[Category: King's Servants|Knight, The]]
[[Category: King's Servants|Knight, The]]

Current revision as of 23:13, 18 January 2021

"This is gonna be awesome!"
This article is about The King of Town's servant. For the Peasant's Quest characters, see The Red and Blue Knights.

The Knight is the bodyguard of The King of Town. He is seen in the King's Court in The King of Town DVD. He wears a full body helmet with a miniature American flag on top and red-striped socks. In The House That Gave Sucky Treats, his Halloween costume was "Idaho", a nod to The Simpsons. He also appears in The House That Gave Sucky Tricks as an Astro Pop. He played the drums for the K.O.T.H.S. Junior Varsity Marching Band's parade, and the bass in the band "All the King's Men". Despite lacking visible arms, he can handle a throwing spear. His accuracy is a bit lacking, as he couldn't manage to hit the "Sanitize" part of the Multi-Function Dragon. When he speaks, his visor opens and closes like a mouth.

He is voiced by Mike Chapman.

Contents

[edit] Variations

[edit] Halloween Costumes

[edit] Filmography

[edit] Character Evolution

Image Info Created Appearances What's Changed?
The original design 2000 The King of Town DVD, Tis True, Pom Pom, Tis True, The House That Gave Sucky Treats N/A
The current design 2005 Fall Float Parade, senior prom, the movies, The House That Gave Sucky Tricks His suit color and shading are lighter. His toes are no longer visible and the flagpole is shorter and gray instead of white. When facing toward the camera, he appears to have five openings in his helmet instead of three. Starting with the movies, his visor slats have some shading added to them. In The House That Gave Sucky Tricks, the slats are blue (although this could be part of his costume).
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