|“Sir Griffiths, you take the first and fourth year students to the south wall! I'll lead the second and third year classes to defend the main gate.”|
|— Swordmore Brickland to Griffiths in "In Charge"|
|Weapon of choice||Sword|
|First appearance||In Charge|
|Voice actor||Michael Adamthwaite|
- 1 History
- 2 Personality
- 3 Official description
- 4 Appearances
- 5 Trivia
He was briefly seen when told by Principal Brickland to defend the south wall with the first and fourth year students.
He and Principal Brickland chaperoned the field trip to the Fortrex. He and Brickland pranked each other and the students, and also fought off the Stone Monsters until the students were able to defeat them.
He was seen with the rest of his class when he was preparing to defend Knighton.
Portrayed with an approachable yet noticeably southern drawl and interjections associated with old western cowboys, Sir Griffiths' actions have been shown to speak louder than his words so far. Stated to have been a troublemaker in his youth, he has since grown to be a responsible and mature knight. Despite having matured over the years, Griffiths is still has his adolescent fondness for practical jokes and pranks.
Well-known to be an incredibly brave and honorable knight, Griffiths has thus far acted consistently with his reputation. He has shown himself to be willing to go against the odds to protect the children in his care, and buying time for his students to escape from danger. Having also given Clay his copy of the Knight's Code and perhaps more, Griffiths has been depicted as being a rather caring and supportive authority figure towards his students so far.
His best friend at the academy is now the principal. Though he went on to become a famously brave and honorable knight, while at the academy, he and "Binky" Brickland accumulated more demerits than any other students.
- 4. "The Knight's Code" (mentioned)
- 30. "In Charge" (no lines)
- He has the same appearance and voice actor as the Knight that provided Clay his Claymore sword and the one that enrolled Jestro in the Knight's Academy.
- According to The Knight's Code: A Training Guide, Griffiths keeps a stuffed griffin in the academy's attic named Griff.
- He may have been named after the series producer of the television series, Peter Griffiths.