Open-Faced Gray Knight's specialties include basic juggling and combo locking.
A unique variation of Gray Knight that does not appear in Story Mode normally.
Open-Faced Gray Knight looks exactly the same as a regular Gray Knight, except Open-Faced Gray Knight's visor is lifted up. Open-Faced Gray Knight shares the same Magic setup as Thief, Peasant, Civilian, and Stove Face. Thus, making him a bland character. If you did not unlock the Skinny Sword from Gray Knight by Level Skipping, or from purchasing the Skinny Sword from Castle Keep, then you will obtain the Skinny Sword if you beat Catfish on Insane Mode.
Open-Faced Gray Knight's respective "Arrow Rain" Splash Attack and "Dagger" Magic Projectile and Air Projectile make him a member of the fan nicknamed "Arrow Rainers". Bland and common characters that show off nothing special at all. They are painfully below average, and are not unique, unlike the characters below them. These are the aforementioned Open-Faced Gray Knight, Thief, Stove Face, Peasant, and Civilian.
Below average character because of their splash being delayed enemies can often just slip through without getting hit. It's bad in almost every situation you use it in. The only notable use is stunning beefies in order to start juggles.
One of the worst characters for arena because of their splash being delayed it barely hits opponents, and isn’t reliable for resets.
- Open-Faced Gray Knight has the longest name of any Castle Crashers character, having 20 letters (22 with the spaces).
- In the code of the game and in the leaderboards, Open-Faced Gray Knight is simply referred to as Gray Knight 2.
- On the Xbox 360, players can dress up their Avatar as the Open-Faced Gray Knight by purchasing both the helmet and tunic in the Avatar Store.