Knight of the Lily
D&D 4e Rules
Independence breeds chaos. Submit and be strong.
Knights of the Lily are evil counterparts to the Solamnic Knights of the Crown. They are an order of blackguards within the Dark Knights, committed to world conquest. They are taught that strength is achieved through conformity and uniformity; free-thinking and individuality result in chaos.
Heroic Knight of the Lily
At heroic levels, Knights of the Lily are typically members of the blackguard class. During this time, a blackguard must prove himself as a Squire of the Lily before taking the Crucible of Darkness (formerly the Test of Takhisis - see p. 90 of Knightly Orders of Ansalon for more details). The Crucible may be taken at any time during the heroic tier, or may be considered a part of the character's background prior to 1st level at the dungeon master's discretion.
Knight of the Lily Paragon Path
At paragon levels, the blackguard becomes a paragon of his order by taking on the Knight of the Lily paragon path. It is at the paragon tier that the blackguard receives advanced training founded in the Blood Oath and the Code.
Level 11: One Thought
Your dictatorial presence creates a subtle coordination among your allies, aiding your attacks.
Level 11: Unbreakable Will
Your devotion to the Dark Knights has steeled your resolve.
Level 11: Submit or Die!
You call upon your belief in the Blood Oath to defeat your foes.
Level 12: Demoralize
You can undermine the confidence and morale of your opponents.
Level 16: Fight to the Death!
You just do not know how to die.
Level 20: Vicious Strike
Your unflinching dedication to the Code is a dreadful bane to your enemies, who recoil from the strike.
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