The Black Knight shoved his pommel into the back of the bound form in front of him as he entered the camp of tents set up by his lord, returning from his latest mission. He'd gone to an outlying village where reports of a man of righteousness and integrity had been reported. Upon arriving he found a man in shining armor who immediately recognized the dark general and drew his sword to strike at him. Needless to say the Black Knight quickly dispatched the man's sword with his own and before the White Knight knew what hit him he was bond and gagged like some sparkling package.
As the general entered the camp he was flanked by a contingent of Dark Knights who fell into step behind him. It was a security measure in case the White Knight tried to escape though that was quite impossible. However, the general knew enough of the world to have seen the impossible happen and he would not relax his guard. The people of the camp parted around his guard as he advanced through the streets as if suddenly terrified at his presence. Though his face held no expression his abyssal eyes held a spark of amusement.
The Dark General searched the camp with his mind to locate the Dark Overlord and when pinpointed he was slightly worried when he found the dark lords thoughts shielded. He pushed his package faster as he wound his way through the path of tents to find the one his liege occupied. He left the White Knight with his guards and entered the tent as the Dark Knights guarding glanced at each other with a worried expression on their face at his breach of normal protocol. However unlike the rest of the rabble the general did not fear the lords wrath.
Upon entering the tent his dark orbs beheld his struggle with the maiden in the corner and took in the blood on the Dark Overlords cheek. However rather than be alarmed he merely processed the information and made his presence known.
"This some kind of new roleplaying thing with your concubines my friend or do you require assistance?" the Dark General asked nonchalantly. Anyone else would not have dared to address the man thusly, but the two had long ago come to an understanding and held a rather unique kinship.