This knight loves adventure and is filled with the fire of creativity. He might not pay attention to details, but he is flexible enough to change direction if he makes an error in judgement. This is the innovator, the young guy who shakes things up and is a catalyst for change. He could be impatient, but the other side of that is speed.
If you have this knight on your team, expect to get where you’re going fast, and possibly take a few detours. You might find him arrogant. You might find him highly entertaining. You will certainly notice him when he enters a room.
The Knights add energy and movement to the surrounding cards.
Fool: If any of the Knights appear in a spread with the Fool, they indicate travel.
World: If any of the Knights appear in a spread with the World, they indicate long-distance travel.
Eight of Cups (Hearts): If any of the Knights appear in a spread with the Eight of Cups (Hearts in other decks), they recommend leaving a situation.
Six of Swords (Spades): If any of the Knights appear in a spread with the Six of Swords (Spades in other decks), they emphasize the need for quick action.
The Suit — Rods, Wands, Staves, or Clubs
The Rod is a tool with a spark of life in it. This suit is associated with the element of fire, due largely to an ancient belief that fire is held captive in wood. Certainly, sensitive souls can feel the energy of wood, but we don’t expect it to combust on its own. When we refer to this suit as Wands, we acknowledge its power. Rods are creative and fiery. They can also feel like a burden in excess.
The Rank — Knight
Traditionally, knights represent men between the ages of 21 and 35. Energetically, the knights represent quick action, commitment, and energy.