Sir Lance-A-Lot

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Sir Lance-A-Lot
Sprite of Sir Lance-A-Lot in Wario: Master of Disguise
First appearance Wario: Master of Disguise (2007)
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Sir Lance-A-Lots are robot enemies found in Wario: Master of Disguise. They first appear in the Smithsnorian Museum and are also seen in Sneezemore Cave, Sweatmore Peak, and the area leading up to Carpaccio's Lab. If they see Wario, they will charge at him with their lances. Their name is derived from Sir Lancelot, a legendary knight. Upon defeat, they are revealed to actually be disguised armadillos, which then run away.

At the end of Episode 4, four Sir Lance-A-Lots merge with Carpaccio when he transforms into Head Honcho Carpaccio.

In-game description[edit]

This robot camouflages itself as a suit of armor and waits for unlucky passersby. Of course, the disguise only works if you usually keep armor around the house.


Sir Lance-A-Lot appears in the following episodes:

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シルバーナイト
Shirubā Naito
Silver Knight
French Sire Lance-à-l'eau A reference to the French name of Sir Lancelot, "Lancelot du Lac" (Lancelot of the Lake), while "eau" is the French word for "water".
German Sir Lanzeflott Portmanteau of "lanze" (lance) and "flott" (fast) + a play on "Sir Lanzelot" (Sir Lancelot)
Italian Ser Lancellotto Corrupted form of "Sir Lancillotto" (Sir Lancelot)
Spanish Caballero de acero "Knight of Steel" or "Steel Knight"