This article is about a/an Mirror Monster in Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight.

Black Wing is a giant mechanical vampire bat which is Wing Knight's Advent Beast. When Len activates the Survive Mode card, Black Wing evolves into Black Raider, a bat that can turn into a motorcycle.


Wing Knight slots his cards on the crossguard of his rapier called the Black Visor. Can be used as a weapon if he doesn't have time to slot his cards.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Black Wing to directly attack his opponents.
  • Sword Vent: Conjures a lance-like sword.
  • Trick Vent: Creates several copies of Wing Knight.
  • Nasty Vent: Creates a loud noise emitted by Black Wing.
  • Guard Vent: Uses his cape as a shield.
  • Final Vent: Summons Black Wing for Wing Knight's Final Vent. It has Black Wing fly onto Wing Knight's back, its wings becoming a cape as it locks into place. Wing Knight then jumps into the air, coming down as his cape spins around him like a drill that allows him to pierce through his enemies.
  • Survive: Allows Wing Knight to access Survive Mode and transform Black Wing to Black Raider. When activated, the background of the card shines with a spinning blue wind effect.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all 13 Final Vents.


Wing Knight's slot changes from a rapier to a shield with a sword sheathed inside it called the Black visorzwei. The Survive card is slotted in the back of the shield as the sword's crossguard (either pulled out or inside the shield) is used as the slot for the other cards.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Black Raider to directly attack his opponents.
  • Blust Vent: Summons Black Raider to create a tornado.
  • Sword Vent: Allows Wing Knight to remove his sword.
  • Shoot Vent: Changes the slot (with the sword and shield) to a crossbow that shoots lasers.
  • Guard Vent: Shields Wing Knight with the slot.
  • Trick Vent: Creates several copies of Wing Knight.
  • Final Vent: Summons Black Raider for Wing Knight Survive Mode's Final Vent. It transforms Black Raider to a motorcycle that Wing Knight rides on. It shoots a laser beam from its eyes to paralyze its enemies, then it transforms into a missile for a high-speed ramming attack.


  • Blackwing is one of two Contract Monsters to have a different name from its Japanese counterpart, the other being Cerebeast. The reason for this change is unknown.
  • Blackwing, whether by accident or not, shares its name with an archetype in the Yu-Gi-Oh TCG.

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