Armoured Knights

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Armoured Knights
Biographical information
AKA Fat Knight
Gameplay information
Soul type Minor Evil
Behind the scenes information
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"Weapons are useless against the heavy armour of the knights. Don't let them shove you in the swamp - that mud will never come out."
― A book on the battlefield.

Armoured Knights, also known as Fat Knights, were hostile, bloated undead who inhabited the Pools of the Ancient Dead.


MediEvil (1998 original)

Official Strategy Guide entry

These impenetrable rusty, creaky Armoured Knights won't actually attack you, but they will try to shove you into the murky marsh below. Don't get too close and use your Hammer's shockwave to push them into the drink. This is the only way to kill them, as your weapons are not strong enough against their armour. If you're feeling really lucky, you can use your Daring Dash to ram them off the paths too, but that's a risky proposition, as you're likely to fall in right along with them.[1]

MediEvil (2019 remake)

Book of Gallowmere entry

The heaviest of infantry and most ill-suited for the Battle of Gallowmere. Many of them fell victim to the deep mud, rather than swords or spears.

These undead knights are most effective when rolled down hills or launched from catapults.


MediEvil (1998 original)

Work in progress


  • Concept art of the knights can be seen as a picture inside the Town House in Kensington in MediEvil 2.


  1. MediEvil: The Official Strategy Guide. Published by Dimension Publishing in 1998.


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