|This article is about a/an monster in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.|
Knasty Knight was first used by Rita on Tarmac 3 where he killed finest warrior of Zordon, who fought on the side of good. The Knight is notable for not being one of Finster's creations, and for giving the Power Rangers a stiff challenge. Rita decided to use Knasty Knight to destroy Zack and made his birthday his last day. Squatt & Baboo forged a sword for the Knight to use against the Power Rangers. His special power was the ability to reflect the Rangers' energy attacks back at them. The Knasty Knight was on page twelve in Finster's spellbook. When sword was forged, Rita summoned him, using the following incantation:
"Moon of ivory, stars of old, candlelight that's spun of gold,"
"Sky of fire, stars of wind of fright, bring to me a Knasty Knight".
Rita and her minions attacked Zack and brought Knasty Knight. However Zack fought the monster enough to wait the other rangers come. When rangers together fought the knight, he broke their weapons with his sword. Then Rita enlarged the monster. In the giant size Knasty Knight broke the sword of Dino Megazord. But Zack realized that Knight reflect the energy and the rangers used it against him. The rangers used Megazord and reflected the beam of Knasty Knight on him and finally destroyed the monster.
Knasty Knight doesn't have big personality. He is shown to be brutal, ruthless snd unpredictable warrior. He is also faithful to Rita.
Powers and Abilities
- Can reflect most attacks causing weapons to be burned.
Behind The Scenes
Knasty Knight was voiced by Tom Wyner.
- The flashbacks of Knasty Knight on Tarmac 3 in "Happy Birthday, Zack" and the fight with Zordon's soldier in "Green With Evil" use the same clip from Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger of Dora Knight fighting against Goushi. It is entirely possible that the two battles are one and the same. Knasty Knight appeared on Tarmac 3, making "space dust" of it's finest warrior, one of Zordon's soldiers, then taking the Sword of Darkness.
- The Knasty Knight appeared through archive footage in both "Crystal of Nightmares" and the FMV video game Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Sega CD).