The Six Knights of Black were part of the battle against the four races in the Sky Temple, where an Indura brought destruction. When the victory of the Demon Clan seemed certain, the Great Oshiro appeared and defeated the Indura, allowing the Goddess Clan to seal the Six Knights of Black, the Indura and other demons within the Egg Rock.
3,000 years later, when the seal of the Egg Rock fell apart, The Six Knights of Black were released from their imprisonment. Dahaaka was the first one to escape, being faced by the Celestials and just before he can kill Zoria, he was defeated by Meliodas. The other five Knights were released the next day along with several Gray, Red and Blue Demons. They start to kill the Celestials and use their souls as sacrifices to free the Indura from the Egg Rock. However, all of the Six Knights of Black were defeated by the Seven Deadly Sins. Bellion decides to sacrifice his companions' souls to the Indura to finally release it. Just before his demise at the hands of Meliodas, Bellion also gives his soul to the Indura.
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- A Black knight was a stock antagonist in Arthurian legend and tended to lack any motivation except as an obstacle to be overcome by honorable knights.
- Black Knight was a nickname of the real-life order Knight Hospitaller, on account of the black mantle's the order adorned themselves with.
- The Six Knights of Black appeared in the movie The Seven Deadly Sins: Prisoners of the Sky released in August 2018.
- The group is considered canon as it was mentioned in the manga; however, the members status is semi-canon, as they debuted in an original movie, but were created by Nakaba Suzuki himself.
- Unlike most demons who have a Black Mark, all Knights of Black have Red Marks.