Black knight kill enhancer

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The black knight kill enhancer is a reward enhancer that doubles the kill count when killing Black Knights. It can be received from the Motherlode Maw's daily random reward (requiring level 115 Dungeoneering, and level 95 in all other non-elite skills, and completion of Plague's End); there is also chance of obtaining it by trading Wythien ten crystal motherlode shards, or from Meg's questions if the Adventurer in Training perk is taken at May's Quest Caravan. When obtained, it is automatically converted into 30 charges within Wythien's enhancer management interface, where the effect can be toggled on or off.

While toggled on, the enhancer doubles Black Knight kills in the White Knight ranking, consuming 1 charge per knight killed. Each normal Black Knight is then worth 2 kills each, and Elite Black Knights are worth 24 kills each.

An unfocused reward enhancer can be converted into black knight kill enhancer charges by Wythien, granting 15 charges per unfocused enhancer. If the enhancer effect is unwanted, 200 black knight kill enhancer charges can be converted into 1 crystal motherlode shard by Wythien.

The enhancer item can no longer be obtained, following the 17 June 2019 update. Upon obtaining an enhancer, it is converted into charges in Wythien's enhancer management interface - all existing enhancers are converted upon login. Any enhancers mistakenly obtained cannot be used - the only action available is to convert them into charges (or destroy).

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  • update 17 June 2019 (Update):
    • Upon login, existing enhancers are converted into charges in Wythien's enhancer management interface
  • update 10 November 2014 (Update):
    • Enhancers are added to the game as part of Prifddinas