Just going to post a few things it seems some players don't know about Knight. A lot of times your builders are not stupid. They need the resources you're picking up on the front lines to effectively build things for your team. You can take moments out of smacking the enemy's wall to travel back to your nearest outpost and gift the smartest-looking builder with your materials. You don't have to be on the front lines. Sometimes you may save your team some serious grief by guarding a weak spot in your team's defenses personally. You can also protect a lone archer by shielding in front of him, effectively making him invincible. It won't boost your kill-to-death ratio, but it will assist the team. You work better in teams. It's not always wise to charge immediately after you come back into the game. Consider waiting for another knight and sticking with him when you charge the enemy, especially when you're in a heavy-traffic area. The combined effect of two charged sword slashes will break shield-defenses then immediately kill the enemy as well. Take the leap of faith. Ok, so you have a skybridge and it seems to actually be past the effective front lines of combat, but it's way too high to jump off safely. Wait for enemy traffic below, then try to jump on them. They'll take all the fall damage instead of you. Feel free to add things!