You want this young man on your tactical team. He sees the situation for what it is, and comes up with a plan to get you where you want to go. He will stay by your side through completion. He is earthy and might come across as stodgy, but his stamina and loyalty make up for any seeming lack of innovation. If you identify yourself as the Knight of Pentacles, make sure you spend some time in nature and take care of your physical self through good food and exercise.
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.
Emperor: Any cards from the suit of Pentacles can indicate an offer of a position of authority. This position is likely to involve finance and carry heavy responsibilities.
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 — Pentacles, Coins, or Diamonds
The pentacle is a symbol of earth magic. The coin is wealth and wages. The diamond is a symbol of wealth, pulled from the ground and refined by human hands into something enduring and elegant. This suit represents all things related to the earth. It represents the work of our hands. It represents those conspicuous signs of wealth that show us and our neighbors how successful we are, but this is merely material wealth. We can pass this on to the next generation, but it is worthless if we choose to bury it with ourselves.
The Rank — Knight
Traditionally, knights represent men between the ages of 21 and 35. Energetically, the knights represent quick action, commitment, and energy.