Hidden Dreams Content
|Figure from a fondly remembered past. Reacts gallantly to defeat by becoming stronger.|
|The Champion's Call, the Knotted Grove, the Battle of the Blackwyrm... I remember it all. I will carry those glories with me always... until we meet again.
- Ogrim of the Five Knights
The White Defender's attacks are stronger versions of the Dung Defender's moves, along with a few new ones:
- Dung Toss: Conjures two to three balls of dung that he throws out after one another that bounce around in the boss arena for a short while.
- Bouncing Beetle: Curls into a ball and bounce around, usually along with the two balls of dung.
- Dung Eruption: Sinks into the ground, moving around underground reemerging and tossing five balls of dung on either side that break upon contact.
- Dung Quake: Launches into the ground, causing tall pillars of dung to rise up across both sides of the point of impact, before reemerging and tossing five balls of dung on either side that break upon contact.
- Dung Leap: Dives up and down through the ground as though it were water, moving back and forth across the stage and dealing contact damage.
- Dung Slam: Jabs a claw into the ground, creating two massive pillars of dung on either side of him.
- Zeal: Once enough damage is done to him, he will perform a battle cry before performing Dung Eruption five times in succession. After this, he performs all of his attacks at a faster pace.
As with the other Dream Bosses, the Knight does not die when they lose all their health during this battle, but simply wakes up next to the Dung Defender. This means that Fragile Strength and Fragile Heart can be used continually without breaking.A good healing opportunity is in the left corner due to his attacks almost never reaching there.
- In the background of the arena, the white silhouettes of the Great Knights (minus Ogrim) and The Pale King can be seen in this order: Hegemol, Ze'mer, Dryya, Isma, and the Pale King.
- Upon defeat, the White Defender will reach toward the silhouettes as they dissolve before hanging his head dejectedly. This implies that Ogrim struggles with feeling accepted or equal to the other Great Knights.