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    For other uses of Knight, see Knight (disambiguation)
    For other uses of Owl, see Owl (disambiguation)
    Knight Owl
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    Knight Owl (at HOPE 2011)
    Vital Statistics
    Hero Knight Owl
    Alias(es) KO
    Identity Secret
    Alter Ego N/A
    Category
    Location Portland, Oregon, USA 45° 31' 12.89" N, 122° 40' 27.10" W
    Status Inactive
    Superhero Activity
    Team None
    Affiliates Too many to list
    Foes Apathy
    Actions Patrol, outreach, fundraising
    Physical Description
    Gender Male
    Outfit N/A
    Colors Black and Yellow
    Symbol Stylized Owl
    Equipment N/A
    Abilities Firefighter, paramedic

    Knight Owl was a Real Life Superhero in Portland, Oregon. He appears to be inactive.

    History

    Knight Owl became an RLSH in 2007[1]. He provided this statement for the reasoning behind why he became a RLSH:

    While I may wear a super-heroic logo and uniform, I do not consider myself a hero; just a guy doing his part to hold the line in a world gone mad. Spandex is not required to make a difference in the world; only a can-do attitude and an elevated capacity to be persecuted by the people who want to tell you that you're wasting your time. I think there are plenty of genuine heroes out in the world that we need to remember to lift up.[2]

    Knight Owl was previously a firefighter with experience in Iraq, although he was not a soldier there. He has received EMT training and is a certified paramedic. In 2012, he was featured in the french documentary "Deviens Un Super Heros Pour De Vrai" [3] as well as the reality series Stan Lee's Academy of Heroes.[4]

    KO was a participant (sans gimmick) in Portland HOPE 2018.

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