|This article is about a/an Makai Knight in Garo: Makai no Hana|
Crow (クロウ Kurō?) is a Makai Knight and one of the supporting characters in Garo: Makai no Hana. His real name isn't mentioned in the series, instead going by his title. He is known as the Phantom Knight.
Not much is known about Crow's past, other than that he was recruited as part of the Shadowfolk as a child. He was trained to be a Makai Knight under Eiji Busujima, and would eventually earn his title. Like most Makai Knights, his tasks involve destroying Horrors and protecting humanity, however, he follows a strict code: Destroy Gates when the sun is up, and destroy Horrors in the night, all without being seen and noticed.
After Makai Hana it was hinted in Makai Tales that Crow is (temporary) taking over the leadership of the Phantom Knight Order from his master Eiji Bushujima.
Unlike Raiga's caring and cheerful personality, Crow is a bit more silent and observant, befitting his status as a member of the Shadowfolk. However, he is also rather polite and respectful, often apologizing to Raiga when it seems he's stepping out of line. However, when Eiris took control of his body, he eventually let out his frustrations, saying that he disliked the Golden Knight and his caring attitude. Eventually, he snaps out of the control and help in dealing Raiga when he turns into a Lost Soul Beast. Crow is also very confident in his abilities as a Makai Knight, often brushing other's criticisms in his fighting and backing them up.
Crow the Phantom Knight
As a Makai Knight, Crow is given the title of The Phantom Knight. As such, he can don the Crow Armor to defeat powerful Horrors. He does this by spinning his sword up his head with one hand, drawing a circle using the side of its blade, before bringing the circle down with his free hand in a jutsu position. The portal opens and the Armor equips on him.
The Crow Armor is unique amongst the other Makai Armors, due to its ability to sprout wings and allow the Knight to fly. This, however, burns 20 seconds of the armor's time. In flight mode, the ears of the helmet folds down to form a visor, resembling a Crow's head.