How, exactly, might you define a “knight?” Is a knight any old bloke with a sword? Is it any good-deed-doing gentleman with a horse? Is it any man or woman dead-set on rescuing another man or woman?
We have it on good authority that the definition is hard to pin down to any one criteria, but we know for a fact that all good knights don’t run around without a good set of armor—or at least a shield! How else might this “knight” deflect arrows from archers with malevolent intentions or block the rusty swords of bandit hordes? Exactly. You, if you’re to be a knight, will need a shield.
Better yet, you could get yourself a stylish shield fit for a heroic champion. Once you pair this Knight’s Shield with your medieval costume, you’ll be dressed just for that identity. Jousting skills, sparing, and horseback riding skills, however, are not included.