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Liz Maas
A Look At White Knight Chronicles II's Incorruptus
The what? The great big knights that you control.
05.25.11 - 6:09 PM

White Knight Chronicles II allows you to create and customize your own Incorruptus, or white knight from five different options. Not only does each knight possess different skills and abilities - each also has the power of a different deity.

For one, you might recognize the White Knight from the packaging. Mainly a sword user, his power comes from the White Hero, Wizel. The Dark Knight, whose primary weapon is also a sword, has the power of Dinivas, the 'Black-Winged Terror.'

The pink armor-clad Dragon Knight, who uses a spear and can fly, gets his power from the Red-Winged Dragon, Larvayne. As you might have guessed, the Gold Knight specializes in fire attacks. Using the power of the Sun King, Adolmaea, he uses a double-edged spear and can create a force shield. Lastly, the Moon Maiden is the only really feminine-looking knight. She uses the power of Luthia, the Silvery Goddess and relies on a bow as well as magic and healing spells, unlike the others.

You can see some of the knights in action on the second page of our gallery below. White Knight Chronicles II for the PlayStation 3, which will include a copy of White Knight Chronicles International, is scheduled to be released sometime this summer.


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