List of Forever Knight Factions
- 1 General Factions
- 2 Factions Based on Canonical Characters
- 2.1 Academy
- 2.2 Andreivichs
- 2.3 Cohen-heads
- 2.4 Cousins
- 2.5 Disciples of Divia or Diviants
- 2.6 Fleur-Boosters
- 2.7 FoDs
- 2.8 FoSiLs
- 2.9 Graces
- 2.10 INCArnates
- 2.11 Knighties
- 2.12 Mikies
- 2.13 Myras
- 2.14 NatPack
- 2.15 Nunkies Anonymous
- 2.16 Perkulators
- 2.17 Perryhounds
- 2.18 RatPack
- 2.19 Ravenettes
- 2.20 Reese's Pieces
- 2.21 Stonetree-ites
- 2.22 Urchins
- 2.23 Vaqueros
- 2.24 Women Scorned
- 2.25 Woof Pack
- 3 Couple Factions (Based on Relationships)
- 3.1 CERK Perks
- 3.2 Cousins of the Knight
- 3.3 Dark Hearts
- 3.4 Dark Trinity
- 3.5 Faithfuls
- 3.6 Heartbreakers
- 3.7 Immortal Beloveds
- 3.8 Immortal Seducers
- 3.9 Knight Shift or Night Shift
- 3.10 Les Miserables
- 3.11 Lonely Hearts
- 3.12 Mortal Siblings
- 3.13 Nanettes
- 3.14 Nick and NatPack
- 3.15 Nothers
- 3.16 Rat Patrol
- 3.17 Raven's Cellar
- 3.18 Roman Goddesses
- 3.19 T & V Pack
- 3.20 Unholy Alliance
- 3.21 Unholy Trinity
- 3.22 Unmentionables
- 3.23 Unnamed Faction
- 3.24 UnSuiteds
- 3.25 Vachonettas
- 3.26 Valentines
- 4 Other Show-Based Factions
- 5 Factions Based on Fan-Fiction Characters
- 6 Factions with Other Bases
- 6.1 Celtic GlowWorms
- 6.2 Convent of the Decadent Sin Sisters
- 6.3 Cross-stitchers of the Knight
- 6.4 Deniers
- 6.5 DracPack
- 6.6 Early Birds
- 6.7 FK Pagans
- 6.8 Friends of Gillian
- 6.9 Knights in Darkness
- 6.10 Knights of Ravenblack City
- 6.11 Knights of the Cross
- 6.12 Les Chevaliers De La Nuit
- 6.13 Les Enfants De Chevalier
- 6.14 Lurkers
- 6.15 MacGregors
- 6.16 Nevermores
- 6.17 Nitpickers
- 6.18 Pit of Condemned Bimbos Survivalists
- 6.19 Rainbow Knights
- 6.20 Redecorators
- 6.21 Tequila Fiends
- 6.22 Third Shift
- 6.23 Virtual Knights
- 7 References
The Die Hards are fans who can't—or won't—pick a specific character as their favourite, since they are fans of the show overall. (The irony of there being a faction for people who refuse to join a faction is thoroughly appreciated.) Die-Hards were one of the first six factions to form, and regularly participate in Forever Knight Wars. The symbol for the Die-Hards is the logo of the Forever Knight television series, also used on the faction pins.
- For more information, please see the article on the Die-Hards.
The Mercenary Guild (Mercs, for short) have taken part in most of the Forever Knight Wars. They are not affiliated with any one faction, but will take on any project for anyone provided they are paid. Such payment is "virtual", and often takes the form of chocolate.
The faction headquarters of the Mercenary Guild is Merc Central, which is also the name of their faction site.
The Nitpickers are fans who like to nitpick the episodes carefully looking for mistakes. They had a Yahoo!Group FKNitpickers (which no longer seems to exist), and their own website, The Forever Knight Nitpickers' Gallery.
Wallflowers are followers of Forever Knight who watch rather than actively participate in fandom. In other fandoms, these are usually known as lurkers; but, although the term is in general use in Forever Knight fandom, there is also a Lurkers faction, so the faction for "small-l" lurkers is called the Wallflowers.
Factions Based on Canonical Characters
The Academy (sometimes called the Philosophers) are fans of Aristotle, a vampire who keeps an incredible data system through which he is able to construct false identities for vampires who wish to move on.
- For more information, please see the article on The Academy.
Andreivichs are fans of André, a guest character who appeared in the flashback scenes of the third season episode, "Fallen Idol". André was Nick Knight's nephew, orphaned son of his sister Fleur (who had appeared in the second season episode, "Be My Valentine"). Nick became André's guardian, but was repudiated after the boy discovered his uncle's true vampire nature. This is a very minor faction.
The first faction to be formed was the Cousins, fans of Lucien LaCroix. As the story goes, a fan on Forkni-L mentioned that she was afraid of frogs; two other fans, as a joke, sent her chocolate frogs in the mail. When she got them, she said the other two had to be cousins, they were so alike in their "meanness". Since both of them were LaCroix fans, they decided if they were cousins, he must be their uncle; so LaCroix became known as Uncle, as well.. The name LaCroixettes has also been proposed for female fans of LaCroix, but never became popular.
As the first faction, the Cousins have their own faction symbol and faction pins.
Cousins have participated in all the Forever Knight Wars, and have evolved a battle strategy employing a triumvirate of leaders, referred to collectively as Cerberus. The Cousins's List Page (archived) was a faction website associated with one of the Cousins' mailing lists (email@example.com), which was originally set up for War 9. Three Heads Before Hades (archived) was the faction site set up to record their participation in Wars 11 and 12.
Cousins are fans of LaCroix the manipulative (magnificent) bastard. As a result there are splinter "fraction factions" of fans who prefer to focus other sides of his character.
Figurines are fans who like to see LaCroix as a father figure to Nick. A minor faction.
General's Secret Service
The General's Secret Service was formed by the Cousins faction in June of 1997 during the preparations for War 8. It started out in the planning stages as the "Cousins Special Forces" and evolved into a Secret Agent 007 style strike force answerable directly to LaCroix, their Commander, whom they refer to as "The General". The fans who are members of the General's Secret Service come up with aliases for themselves.
The G.S.S. had its own faction symbol and a faction site (now archived). However, when the faction lists are formed for a War, the G.S.S. team sign on to the Cousin List.
Fans of LaCroix who prefer a slightly kinder, gentler, more "human" interpretation of hic character are known as Light Cousins.
- For more information, please see the article on the Light Cousins.
Second Cousins are followers of Lucien LaCroix's "blood kin" who declare a secondary allegiance to LaCroix.
Disciples of Divia or Diviants
The Disciples of Divia and Diviants are fans of the vampire Divia, who appeared in two episodes, "A More Permanent Hell" and "Ashes to Ashes". In Roman times, Divia was LaCroix's daughter. She was turned into a vampire while her father was away at war; and, during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, saved his life by bringing him across also. Some years later in Egypt, when she tried to persuade him into becoming her lover, he entombed her; two millennia later, she escaped and came looking for revenge, only to be killed.
The Disciples of Divia and Diviants had separate mailing lists and websites.
The Fleur-Boosters, sometimes called the Fleurettes, are fans of Nick's mortal sister Fleur de Brabant. The character's sole appearance was in the flashback scenes of the second season episode, "Be My Valentine".
The FoDs, or Friends of Don, are fans of Nick's partner on the Metropolitan Police Force in the first two seasons of Forever Knight. Don Schanke was noted for his appetite (especially for souvlaki and doughnuts); and the faction is usually known by the acronym "FoDs", which is pronounced "foods".
- For more information, please see the FoDs article.
The FoSiLs are fans of Natalie Lambert's cat, Sydney. They have a faction symbol; and, at one time, had a faction site that has long since disappeared.
- For more information, please see the article on Sydney.
Graces are followers of Grace Balthazar, Natalie Lambert’s friend and lab assistant. This was a recurring character who appeared in a handful of episodes at the end of Season One and beginning of Season Two.
The INCArnates are fans of Vachon's vampire nemesis, known only as the Inca. The character was a guest in the Season Three premiere.
The Knighties, fans of the protagonist of the series, Nick Knight, were the second faction, hard on the heels of the Cousins. (Initially, the name Nicholaaahs was also proposed for the faction.) There is a Knighties Yahoo!Group that has been inactive since 2007. There is also a faction site, Forever Knighties! In general, Knighties are fans of the Nick who's trying to overcome his vampirism—the good-guy cop. However, the obvious popularity of the protagonist (not to mention conflicting interpretations of his character) has led to several spin-off factions.
The B.R.I.C.K. are followers of Nick Knight who see his "brickish" nature, i.e. his common failure to see the obvious. Male members of this faction are known as Briques and female fans as Briquettes. (This is a minor faction.)
Fans whose tastes lean more toward the vampiric, darker, more dangerous Nick are known as Dark Knighties. This is one of the major "fraction factions", and has played as a separate faction in some of the Forever Knight Wars.
- For more information, please see the Dark Knighties article.
Fans who prefer Nick's human side are known as Light Knighties.
Knights de Soir or Twilight Knighties
The Twilight Knighties or Knights de Soir are fans of Nick Knight who enjoy the balance between light and dark in his character. The "Knights de Soir aka Twilight Knighties" are a Yahoo!Group, with sporadic activity. There is also a faction site, Knights de Soir, that includes a fan fiction archive.
Nick's Harem are followers of Nick Knight who refer to themselves as "wives". They consider Natalie Lambert to be an honorary "wife". These fans are basically a club who write stories about their "encounters" with Nick. They have made their own faction symbol, and have a faction site, Official Nick's Harem Web Site.
- For more information, please see the Nick's Harem article.
Nick's Knightstick Brigade
Nick's Knightstick Brigade are a joke faction for Forever Knight fans who are obsessed with Nick Knight's sexual prowess.
Mikies are fans of the bartender Miklos, who works at The Raven, the nightclub that appears in the show. Miklos was a recurring supporting character in a few episodes early in Season Two. The Mikies were always a minor faction, but sufficiently well established to have their own faction symbol and faction pins.
Myras are fans of Myra Schanke, the long-suffering wife of Nick's partner, Don Schanke. Although their relationship was a running gag throughout the first two seasons of Forever Knight, Myra only appeared on screen—very briefly and in the distance—in the Season Three premiere, when Nick went to the Schankes' house to tell her that Don had died in a plane crash. The Myras were always a minor faction, but sufficiently well established to have their own faction symbol and faction pins.
The NatPack (also spelled Natpack) are fans of Natalie Lambert, the pathologist who is trying to find a way to turn Nick human again. This was one of the first six factions to form, coming together during the first Forever Knight War, though it was not, at that time, known by that name, but instead called the Au-NATurelles. The faction is reputed to have an almost Borg-like will to assimilate new fans. Members of the faction are known as "NatPackers". As one of the original factions, the NatPack has its own faction symbol and faction pin.
There is a Yahoo!Group for NatPackers, Natalie's Friends; but it has been inactive since 2005. The name of the faction website, Natalie's Bed and Breakfast (archived), is a reference to the lightly sarcastic recording on her answering machine: the only people staying at "Natalie's Bed and Breakfast" are dead, since she is a pathologist.
The popularity of Natalie Lambert (not to mention conflicting interpretations of her character) led to several spin-off factions:
Brick-throwers are fans who support Natalie's attempts to bring Nick Knight to his senses. A minor faction.
The Dark NatPack are fans of Natalie's darker side. Some of them want to see Nick bring her across; others simply enjoy her strength of character. The Dark NatPackers are one of the major "fraction factions", and have often participated in Forever Knight Wars. However, if the two wings of the NatPack faction cannot separately summon a quorum of participants, they typically merge and wage war together. At one time, there was a faction site, The DNP Files; but it no longer exists.
The name Dark Natties appears in early faction lists, and appears to refer to the same faction.
The MadNatters are fans of Natalie who were not allowed to join the main NatPack group because they also belonged to other factions. For a time, therefore, they formed their own faction.
The NatVampCamp (or Nat Vamp Camp) are Forever Knight fans who want to see Natalie Lambert brought across.
Nunkies Anonymous is a faction for addicts of Uncle (i.e. LaCroix). Although it can be considered a fraction of the Cousins, Nunkies Anonymous is largely autonomous, and takes competitive part in Forever Knight Wars. Many of the members are also Cousins, but some are actually drawn from other factions, particularly the Vaqueros.
- For more information, please see the Nunkies Anonymous article.
Nunkies Scouts are members of the Nunkies Anonymous faction who earn themselves badges by completing virtual tasks. One officially becomes a Nunkies Scout once the first badge is earned. In most instances, this is done "virtually" by creating posts that satisfy the requirements. For this reason, the first prerequisite to becoming a Nunkie Scout is subscribing to the Nunkies Anonymous list, since that is where scouts must post the requirements for each new Nunkies Scout badge. The Nunkies' Scouts have an insignia, Code, Promise, and Laws (in imitation of the Scouts movement), and also had a faction website (archived).
The Perkulators (or Perks) were formed during Season Three for fans of Tracy Vetter, Nick's third-season partner. At first, several alternative names were proposed for this faction, including Vetterans (from Tracy's surname); Fluffies (after her childhood pet cat), and Buttons, Button-lovers, and Boutonnieres (from Tracy's childhood nickname, "Button"). However, when Tracy was first added to the show, many fans immediately had the impression that she was a bouncy, perky character. Combined with her perceived liking for coffee, this led to the general adoption of Perkulators as the faction name. However, not all fans agreed that Tracy lacked depth, leading quickly to the establishment of a "fraction faction", the Dark Perkulators.
The Perkulators are a well established faction that regularly participates in Wars. They have a faction symbol and faction pin. There is no single central faction site, but rather several sites devoted to the character, all of which are described as Perks sites.
- Detective Tracy Vetter (a/k/a Cousin Kimi's page)
- The Good, The Bad And The Perky
- The Perkulator Page
The Dark Perkulators (or Dark Perks) are devoted to the darker side of Tracy Vetter, though this is often interpreted simply to mean that they see her as a strong character. The faction was formed 2 February 1998 as a reaction to the perceived light and fluffy interpretation that dominated the main Perks faction. The Dark Perks are a major "fraction faction", and have participated in Wars as a separate faction. However, if the two groups are unable to field a quorum separately, they will unite to wage War. The Dark Perks have faction headquarters at the Dark Perkulators Mansion.
There is a Dark Perks Yahoo!Group, DP-L, which saw heavy activity in 1999-2000, diminishing thereafter. There are also several Dark Perks faction sites:
The Perryhounds (or Perry-A) are fans of Perry, the vampire dog from the Season Three episode, "Blind Faith".
The RatPack (also spelled Ratpack or Rat-Pack) are fans of the vampire Screed, who was a recurring character in several episodes of Season Three. Members of the faction are known as RatPackers. The faction is ardent, and has regularly taken part in Forever Knight Wars since its creation. It has its own faction symbol, used on the faction pins. The RatPack also have a large website, Screed Was Here!.
The Ravenettes are fans of Janette DuCharme. The etymology is ambiguous: some fans aver that it is a portmanteau of her name and that of her nightclub, the Raven, and hence gender-neutral; others feel that its form is feminine, so male faction members should be called Ravens.
- For more information, please see the Ravenettes article.
The Reese's Pieces are fans of the police captain in Season Three, Capt. Joe Reese. Despite the catchy name, this has always been a minor faction. They are, however, sufficiently well established to have their own faction symbol and faction pins.
The Stonetree-ites (also known simply as the Stonetrees) are fans of the police captain in Season One, Capt. Joe Stonetree. The first name proposed for the faction was the Scorpions (after a folk tale recounted by Stonetree in an early episode); but the name never caught on. Stonetree was a prominent supporting character; but the first factions focused on others who had greater fan appeal. By the time the number of factions started to expand beyond the original six, the part of police captain was being recast. It is fair to say, therefore, that the faction was invented after the fact. It never had a faction symbol.
Urchins are fans of the vampire Urs, a recurring character who appeared in four episodes in Season Three. There were other names initially proposed for this faction, including Goldilocks and Bears (the latter being proposed only for male fans); but Urchins was widely adopted. This is, however, a fairly minor faction. It was not created early enough to have a faction symbol designed for it; and has never had a Yahoo!Group, though there was a small (now defunct) faction website. In Forever Knight Wars, Urchins normally have to join other factions in order to participate.
The Vaqueros were formed during Season Three, for fans of Javier Vachon, a regular supporting character in that season, who was the leader of a new group of vampires. Many female fans prefer to use Vaqueras (the feminine form), since the word is Spanish, a language that has gender. Although the alternative name Compadres was also proposed, Vaqueros (or Vaqueras) quickly became established; and a faction symbol was devised for the group in the shape of a conquistador's helmet. The Vaqueros also had faction pins.
The Women Scorned are fans of Alexandra, a vampire who appeared as a guest in the Season One episode, "Fatal Mistake".
The Woof Pack are fans of the two vampire dogs, Perry and Raleigh, who appeared in the episode "Blind Faith".
Couple Factions (Based on Relationships)
The CERK Perks (also spelled Cerk Perks) see potential for a relationship between Nick's partner in Season Three, Det. Tracy Vetter, and his vampire master, Lucien LaCroix. The faction has a fairly large website, The Cerk Perks.
Cousins of the Knight
The Cousins of the Knight (abbreviated CotK) are fans who like a family oriented (non-sexual) relationship between Nick Knight and Lucien LaCroix.
- For more information, please see the Cousins of the Knight article.
The Dark Hearts are fans of the relationship between Javier Vachon and Urs.
The Dark Trinity are fans of the relationship between the vampire family of Lucien LaCroix, Janette du Charme, and Nick Knight. There used to be a small faction site, Night Hawk's Nest: Eternal Home of the Dark Trinity (archived).
The Faithfuls are fans of the relationship between Lucien LaCroix and Nick's younger sister, Fleur de Brabant. This was depicted canonically in the flashback scenes of the second season episode, "Be My Valentine".
The Heartbreakers are fans who see potential in the relationship between Nick Knight and Javier Vachon. Other names proposed for this faction include Boys (male)/Boyettes (female), Punks & Monks, Night Haven, and Nicovac; but Heartbreakers is the most usual.
The Immortal Beloveds are fans of the relationship between the vampires Janette du Charme and Nick Knight, usually depicted romantically. They are one of the earliest relationship-based factions, and have their own faction symbol and faction pins. There is a Yahoo!Group, ImmortalBeloved, though activity is sporadic. There is also a faction site, Immortal Beloveds, that includes a small archive of fan fiction and art.
The Immortal Seducers (also known simply as the Seducers) are fans of the relationship between Lucien LaCroix and Janette DuCharme. The name refers to the seduction of Nick by Janette, who then introduced him to LaCroix, who persuaded him to become a vampire.
Knight Shift or Night Shift
The Knight Shift or Night Shift (both spellings are used) are fans of the relationship between Nick Knight and his partner Tracy Vetter, whether professional or romantic. There is a faction site, The NightShift, which includes an archive of fan fiction.
Les Miserables are fans who see potential for a relationship between Nick Knight and Urs. This is a minor faction.
The Lonely Hearts are fans who see the potential for a relationship between Natalie Lambert and Javier Vachon.
The Mortal Siblings are fans who want Nick Knight to accept what he is, get together with Natalie Lambert, and live on civil terms with LaCroix.
The Nanettes are fans who see potential for a relationship, usually romantic, between the human doctor, Natalie Lambert, and the vampire, Janette DuCharme. The name of the faction is a portmanteau of the names of the two women. There used to be a faction website, Le Chateau des Nanettes (archived, but very little remains).
Nick and NatPack
The Nick and NatPack are fans of the relationship between Nick Knight and Natalie Lambert. The name of the faction is often abbreviated to Nick & NatPack or NNPack. Although nominally the faction could focus on any aspect of their involvement, the usual interest is romantic, most often either with Nick becoming mortal or the two discovering a safe way to be together. As a result, the faction splintered off a second group of fans who preferred a different approach.
The Nick and NatPack is one of the earliest relationship-based factions. It has its own faction symbol and faction pins, and has often taken part in Forever Knight Wars. The faction has a Yahoo!Group, NNPack, which is both for discussion and fan fiction. There is an early faction resource site, The N&NPack Photo and Sound Shop, which contains an archive of screen and sound captures. There is also a larger faction website, Mortal Love: Home of the Nick&Natpack, which includes archives of both fan fiction and screen and sound captures.
Dark Nick and NatPack
There is a Yahoo!Group, DarkNN, which saw heavy activity in 1999-2000; this has since diminished, but there are still sporadic posts. There are also multiple faction sites: the Dark Nick and Nat Homepage and Descent Into Darkness.
Nothers are fans of Natalie Lambert who want her to find a happy romantic relationship with an "Other", i.e., a character other than Nick Knight, usually a non-Forever Knight character.
- For more information, please see the Nothers article.
The Rat Patrol are fans who see the potential for a relationship between Nick's partner, Tracy Vetter, and the carouche Screed. There is a faction site, The Rat Patrol: Tracy and Screed, with a small archive of fan fiction and art. The faction has created its own symbol, which is used in the logo of the faction site.
The Raven's Cellar are fans who see a potential relationship between Tracy Vetter and Miklos, the bartender at the Raven.
- For more information, please see the Raven's Cellar article.
The Roman Goddesses are fans who see a potential relationship between LaCroix and Urs. This is a minor faction.
T & V Pack
The T & V Pack (sometimes known as the Apaches) are fans of the relationship between Nick Knight's partner in the third season of Forever Knight, Tracy Vetter, and the vampire Javier Vachon.
The Unholy Alliance are fans who like to see potential in the relationship between Nick Knight, Natalie Lambert, and Janette DuCharme.
The Unholy Trinity are fans devoted to the relationship between Nick Knight, Natalie Lambert, and Lucien LaCroix. There used to be a faction site with fan fiction; however the current eponymous faction site, hosted on Jarvinia's Lair, has little content.
The Unmentionables are fans who see potential in the relationship between Dr. Natalie Lambert and Screed. This is a minor faction.
The Unnamed Faction are fans of the relationship between Nick Knight and Lucien LaCroix, nominally in any aspect, romantic or otherwise. However, in practice, most members of the Unnamed Faction focus on the former—hence the name of the faction, which refers to the "love that dare not speak its name". The faction name is often abbreviated to UF, whence the adjective "UFfish". In reaction to the focus on slash, fans who preferred a non-romantic focus on Nick and LaCroix split off to form the Cousins of the Knight.
The Unnamed Faction is one of the earliest relationship-based factions, and therefore has its own faction symbol and faction pins. It has regularly taken part in Forever Knight Wars, and maintains a list of faction members, The UnNamed Faction Warriors. Over the years, there have been several other UF-related faction sites:
The UnSuited faction (also spelled Unsuited) are fans who—usually tongue in cheek—see a potential relationship between Lucien LaCroix and Don Schanke. The name LaCroissants had earlier been proposed for this faction.
- For more information, please see the UnSuiteds article.
Vachonettas are fans who see a potential relationship between Javier Vachon and Janette (two characters who never met in canon). This is a minor faction.
Valentines are fans who see potential in the relationship between the vampire Lucien LaCroix and the human doctor, Natalie Lambert. The characters met in more than one episode, with their encounter in "Be My Valentine" giving the faction its name. This is one of the earliest relationship-based factions, and has its own faction symbol and faction pins. There are multiple websites associated with the faction:
- The Valentines
- Valentine Fiction Archive
- The Valentines III (archived)
- The Valentines' Lair (archived - little content left)
Other Show-Based Factions
With the exception of the CaddyWhackers, these factions are all very minor.
CERKs are fans of the Nightwatch radio show hosted by Lucien LaCroix in the persona of "the Nightcrawler".
The CaddyWhackers are fans of Nick's car, a 1962 Cadillac convertible. The faction has a small but ardent membership. There is a faction site, The NickKnack CaddyWhacks.
- For more information, please see the CaddyWhackers article.
Enforcements or Enforcers
The Enforcements or Enforcers are Forever Knight fans who appreciate the Enforcers, a vampire goon squad who enforce the Code that mortals must never learn of the existence of vampires.
- For more information, please see the Enforcements article.
The name Lofties was jokingly proposed for fans of the loft where Nick Knight lives.
Ribena Users Group or R.U.G.s
The Ribena Users Group or R.U.G.s are Forever Knight fans who like Ribena™, a concentrated blackcurrant syrup. Usually this is diluted with water; but, in filming Forever Knight, it was used full strength to simulate the texture (though not the colour) of blood.
The Skeletonites are a joke faction, whose members are supposedly fans of an articulated skeleton that Natalie Lambert keeps in her office at the Coroners Building.
Factions Based on Fan-Fiction Characters
Factions based on Susan M. Garrett's fan fiction
Archivists or Archivist's Assistants
The Archivists (or Archivist's Assistants) are fans of a fanfic OC, Dorian, the vampire Archivist from Susan M. Garrett's Dorian's Archives series. This is not a major faction; but, at one time, it was sufficiently well established to have its own faction symbol, and affiliation pins were available.
Factions based on April French's fan fiction
- Black Jewels: fans of the darker side of the non-canon character Julian Corey
- Fallers: fans of the relationship between Tracy Vetter and Julian Corey
- Gullibles: fans of the non-canon character Gulliver, Kai Thorn's historian friend
- Hidden Yankees: fans of Black Falls, NY, and its residents
- JuJuBees: fans of the non-canon character Julian Corey
- Masters of Ceremony: fans of the non-canon character Alain Barbour
- Miris: fans of the non-canon character Miranda
- Phantoms: fans of the non-canon character Étienne Le Morte
- Quoth The Ravens: fans of the relationship between Janette and the non-canon character Alain Barbour
- Rakes: fans of the non-canon character Raiford Clay
- Russell Squares: fans of the non-canon character Dr. Jon Russell
- Saintsinners: fans of the darker side of the non-canon character Kai Thorne
- Shoshannas: fans of the non-canon character Shosha La Morte
- Spinal Taps: fans of Tenebras Tel-Amarna
- St. Kaillous: fans of the non-canon character Kai Thorn
- TKOs: fans of the relationship between Tracy Vetter and Kai Thorn
- TreyDays: fans of the the non-canon characters, the Enforcers Terrance and Day
Factions with Other Bases
The Celtic GlowWorms are Forever Knight fans of Celtic descent, or those with an interest in Celtic folklore and history. The name of the faction relates to Nick Knight's self-description, "I don't tan, I don't burn. I implode."
Along with the Tequila Fiends, the Celtic GlowWorms share a faction headquarters at the The Fiendish Glow, a fictional pub. Both factions took part in Wars Nine and Ten.
Although the original meaning of the word "glow" in the name of the faction referred to Nick's words, the faction members later elaborated on it: "all of us, and all of the regular (fictional) staff at the Fiendish Glow have a peculiar sort of bioluminescence that is undetected by most humans [...]."
The Celtic GlowWorms used to have a faction site. It is archived; but only the text of the pages is available, with few graphics.
Convent of the Decadent Sin Sisters
The Convent of the Decadent Sin Sisters are a group of female fans who write humorous adult fan fiction under such pseudonyms as "Sister Dementia", "Sister Fornicata", and "Sister Amoursia". Their website is The Convent of the DSS.
Cross-stitchers of the Knight
The Cross-stitchers of the Knight are a group of fans who enjoy cross-stitching. They had an eponymous faction page (archived), which included a round-robin story. "Stitcher of the Knight" and patterns for cross-stitch based on Forever Knight designs.
The Deniers are fans who refuse to accept the death of Schanke in the Season Three premiere, "Black Buddha, Part One", and base AU fan fiction on the premise that he somehow survived.
The DracPack is a faction devoted to the Forever Knight characters who were played by actors who also appeared in the short-lived television series Dracula: The Series.
Early Birds are fans who can't stay up late enough to participate in on-line chat.
- For more information, please see the article on the Early Birds.
The FK Pagans are pagan fans of Forever Knight. A mail loop was organized in March 1998 to provide a safe place to discuss their beliefs. They have made a faction symbol for themselves, which appears on their website, Forever Knight Pagans. Although, like most factions that aren't directly based on the series, the FK Pagans do not usually take part in Forever Knight Wars, the faction leader did make an appearance during the party at the Raven in War Nine (1998) and made a toast.
Friends of Gillian
The Friends of Gillian (or FoGs) are fans who "became" characters in the actual television series by having a namesake on the show.
- For more information, please see the Friends of Gillian article.
Knights in Darkness
The Knights in Darkness is a support group of fans with mental or neurological illness.
Knights of Ravenblack City
Knights of the Cross
The Knights of the Cross are Christian fans who discuss the series from a religious standpoint.
- For more information, please see the Knights of the Cross article.
Les Chevaliers De La Nuit
Les Chevaliers De La Nuit are fans interested in various equestrian pursuits. The name is French, and means "Knights of the Night".
Les Enfants De Chevalier
Les Enfants De Chevalier was a short-lived faction of fans who were under the age of twenty-one. The name is French, and means "Children of the Knight".
The Lurkers are a pair of Forever Knight fans, Rastro and Maddog, who are actively "dedicated to the ideal that nothing in this universe or any other is worth taking seriously". As such, they love putting a comic spin on Forever Knight in fan fiction and have participated in FK Wars as a faction.
MacGregors are a joke name for ardent fans of Nigel Bennett, the actor who played LaCroix. The faction originated when he read a Beatrix Potter story at a convention, and takes its name from a character in the book.
The Nevermores are a faction of Forever Knight fans who believe that Nick Knight didn't bring Janette back across at the end of the Season Three episode, "The Human Factor".
The Nitpickers are fans of Forever Knight who delight in nitpicking the episodes of the series. They have a website, The Forever Knight Nitpickers' Gallery.
Pit of Condemned Bimbos Survivalists
The PoCBS are fans who are sure that they would have survived the dungeon in which Nick Knight kept his victims in the 13th century.
- For more information, please see the article on the Pit of Condemned Bimbos Survivalists.
The Rainbow Knights are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered fans of Forever Knight and their supporters. There is an eponymous faction site.
Redecorators are fans of the Raven who dislike what LaCroix did with the nightclub after taking possession of it in Season Three.
The Third Shift are members of Forever Knight fandom who either get up in the wee hours of the morning, stay up until late, or work nights.
- For more information, please see the Third Shift article.
The Virtual Knights were Forever Knight fans participating in Rosie O'Donnell's weigh-down program.
- FACTIONS: Explanation of Wars, posted to Forkni-L by Susan M. Garrett. Archived on the web by the War 12 War Maestro. Accessed November 23, 2008.
- The index page is archived, but tells little and leads nowhere.
- A website of this name once existed at http://fn2.freenet.edmonton.ab.ca/~amydrag/RUG.html.
- The index page of the old Unholy Trinity faction site is archived, but there are no graphics and none of the interior pages were saved.
- The source for the names of factions based on April French's fan fiction is The Forever Knight Faction List website.
- Who Glows, and why?