|Flames Of Kilekion|
Sir Percival using Flames Of Kilekion
A Soul Surge move where the user moves forward spinning as a tornado of fire while blasting through enemies
Flames of Kilekion (フレイムプルガシオン Fureimu Purugashion?) is a Soul Surge technique used by Sir Percival and Blaze the Cat (Multiplayer only) in Sonic and the Black Knight. When performing this technique, the user can either become a tornado of fire that can plow down any obstacle, launch a powerful kick, or accelerate to top speed.
In order to perfrom Flames of Kilekion in gameplay, the user's Soul Gauge must contain enough Soul Energy to initiate the user's Soul Surge. To activate the move in gameplay, the player must press B, and to cancel the move while being used, the player must press B. If the user runs out of Soul Energy, however, the move will end.
Flames of Kilekion can be executed in three ways; either to attack enemies, launch a kick to bump enemies or to advance quicker through the stages (Sir Percival only).
The attack version of the Flames of Kilekion is very similar to Blaze's Burst Dash and Spinning Claw techniques. When performing this variant of the move, the user will briefly charge up the attack, with small rings of energy emitting from the user's feet. The user will then stand up straight while holding the sword close to her body and the blade pointing straight up, and the user starts spinning around while slightly hovering above the ground. Due to the pyrokinesis abilities possessed by the users of the Flames of Kilekion, the user begins erupting flames from her body while spinning, thus turning herself into a tornado of fire. While in this state, the user becomes nearly invulnerable and can move along the ground at high speeds. While performing this move, any lesser enemies or obstacles that come into contact with the user are instantly destroyed or receive massive damage, and all incoming attacks are instantly countered. This move can only be performed while the user is standing on the ground.
To perform this variation of Flames of Kilekion in gameplay, the players have to swing the Wii Remote. The players can then control the user's direction and momentum during the attack with the control stick.
When Sir Percival has the Joyeuse equipped, her Flames of Kilekion creates a bigger and stronger fire tornado when performed.
If Flames of Kilekion is performed as a mean of launching a kick at opponents, Percival will briefly charge up the attack, with small rings of energy emitting from her feet. Percival will then jump forward and launch an upward kick at the chosen opponent, while doing a backflip in midair, which can leave the opponent momentarily stunned.
When performing this variation of Flames of Kilekion in gameplay, Percival will automatically target any enemy in front of him (though without a red reticle). To strike the enemy, the players have to swing the Nunchuck remote. This attack is the only way to remove Will 'o Wisps. However, it deals very little damage to enemies.
When Flames of Kilekion is used to give Percival an increase in speed, Percival will briefly charge up the move, with small rings of energy emitting from her feet. She will then accelerate to beyond her top speed in a split-second with a high-speed dash, akin to Speed Break from the Sonic and the Secret Rings. This allows Percival to get through the stages quicker and pass through most obtacles before they can react to her presense.
When performing this variation of Flames of Kilekion in gameplay, there has to be no enemies in front of Percival. To initiate the speed boost, the players have to swing the Wii Remote, and Percival will take off at extreme speeds. While moving at these speeds, however, the players' controls becomes slightly more difficult. Also, if Percival encounters an enemy while using Flames of Kilekion as a speed boost, she will automatically, switch to the attack variant of it.
- Unlike most other Soul Surges in Sonic and the Black Knight, the Flames of Kilekion does not need to be aimed and will always score Perfect Hits when it makes contact with enemies.