Confusion about "Knights card"
I find this article a bit confusing and wonder if someone can rectify this? I haven't played Dark Ages yet, so only know what I know from this wiki. When I followed the link from the list of Dark Ages Kingdom Cards I assumed "Knights" was a Kingdom card. Although I understand the concepts of the 10 different Knight cards, I assumed there was one additional "Knights" card especially because there is an image of one at the top of the article. Then the confusion grew because the text on that card didn't make any sense to me. (What exactly is the action and the attack?) And to add even more confustion the List of cards also lists "Knights" as a card (in addition to all 10 Knight cards).
Only after reading more and googling I found that there is no "Knights" card and whenever Knights are mentioned as part of the kingdom cards, it is about the Knights pile. I furthermore assume the card that is depicted is the randomizer card? If yes, that should be made clearer and can avoid confusion. Ideally some further clarification should also be added.
My suggestion, instead of
[...] There are 10 differently-named unique Knights with a single randomizer card; [...] gained at any given time.
the introduction could read
[...] There are 10 differently-named unique Knights; [...] gained at any given time. The whole pile is represented by a single randomizer card (as depicted on this page).
More changes could be to add the word "pile" whenever other pages talk about Knights (depending on context)?