Knightfall recounts the fall, persecution, and burning at the stake of the Knights Templar, as orchestrated by King Philip IV of France on October 13, 1307. The series focuses on the fictional Templar leader Landry du Lauzon, a brave warrior discouraged by the Templars' failures in the Holy Land who is reinvigorated by news that the Holy Grail has resurfaced.
A chronicle of the 14th-century demise of the Knights Templar, who's members were persecuted, tortured and burned at the stake in 1307. Landry fears for the Order following the Battle of Acre, but the Templars take up their swords again when the blood of a brother is shed.
Landry and Parsifal search for a killer. The unexpected arrival of Pope Boniface in Paris threatens De Nogaret's carefully laid plans.
On the Pope's orders, Landry and Tancrede travel to investigate the Holy Grail's whereabouts. The plotting behind the royal wedding becomes deadly.
A pagan helps Landry search his past. Gawain conducts a murder investigation. Princess Isabella is betrayed.
Tensions are high during Isabella's wedding preparations; fearing an attack, King Philip asks Landry and the Knights Templar for their help in protecting the palace.
Landry is kidnapped and tortured by a mysterious group; a knight is expelled from the Templars; De Nogaret builds an army; Princess Isabella discovers who betrayed her.
Landry and Gawain meet a mysterious woman who claims she can lead them to the Grail; Joan hears of an attack on Navarre; De Nogaret devises a way to improve his standing with King Philip.
The Paris Temple of the Knights Templar is under siege; De Nogaret plants doubt in King Philip's mind; Queen Joan must decide what is best for Navarre.
Landry seeks the help of Jacques de Molay, the Temple Grand Master; Queen Joan plots her escape.