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The Avatar's Knight is a Knight that was created by Balandor scientists, but has no importance to the story, but can be a asset during online play and boss battles for extra help. The Ark is a top that is spun to activate the Knight, and depending on your weapon, activates a scene with your Knight. There is a limit to when you can use your Knight online.
Unlocking the Avatar's KnightEdit
Unlike the other Knights within the games storyline, the Avatar's Knight is completely optional and has very little to do with the story.
In order to unlock the Avatar's Knight the player must get to Balandor after the player receives a gift from Don Phibianacci from saving the city of Albana from Ysherenian forces. You will trigger a cutscene once in Balandor for the first time, involving a new character named Framboise. Interested in the item she asks to borrow it for scientific experimentation. return later to speak with her and she will say her experiments resulted in odd reactions causing small black holes to form across the planet.
One must then go to the Guild and select the last Level 55+ Bounty Quest, "Knight Moves", Then make your way to Dogma Rift and investigate the only black hole that has appeared in that area. Once you do the Group will encounter a Grey Knight, you must fight it in order to finish the quest.
After completing the quest go back and clear the bounty in a guild shop, then make your way to Balandor Castle talk to Framboise and then after a series of cutscenes you will be rewarded with the Avatar's Knight.
Should one use White Knight Chronicles II's New Game+ feature, in the second storyline, the Avatar will retain their Knight, as its inclusion is optional and outside the story.
Though should one go back to do the first story arc within White Knight Chronicles II Disk, their stats and info will be brought back down to level one and lose the Knight, though get it back as soon as they start the second storyline again should they continue using their original Data via the New Game+ Feature.
Colors are available customizations, and you get 4 primary colors for your Knight. They are all shades of greenish blue or solid green when you start. To get more colors, you must gather materials from various quests and items from the story as it progresses. They can also be acquired from the Bind posts.
Parts can be acquired by gathering different items, materials, or full parts of armor during quests and the storyline.
You can bind these from the Incorruptus Workshop located at all cities, these parts depend on your GR. Parts are also found in rifts (the other world).
Jewel Points are received so you can upgrade your Knight's armor and parts' stats and strengthens as well as weapons. To increase your Jewel Points, you must your Knight's Core Unit.
These are called Artifact Points in the European version of the game.
The Core Unit is in the large jewel in the middle of the Knight's chest that can increase your battle performance such as accuracy, attack, defense, and HP, as well as Magic. When you strengthen your Core Unit you receive more Jewel Points to upgrade your Knight.