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A Knight's Quest for Milk or A Knight's Quest is a comedic old-school flash RPG game programmed by Juice-Tin and illustrated by Krutz. It tells the story of Knight, a boy sent off on a quest from his mother to get milk for turtle soup. Knight then has to complete a variety of crazy tasks and objectives along the way. The game also has numerous pop-culture references and has No Fourth Wall.

A Knight's Quest for Milk displays examples of:


  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: See Easter Egg below.
  • Auto-Save: The game auto saves every time you get a new objective or clear an old one.
  • Bigger on the Inside: There's a tent that has three large floors inside.
  • Cruelty Is the Only Option: A few examples:
    • To get the witch to assist you the player has to capture 3 sentient frogs and deliver them to her. She eats them alive right in front of you before handing over the wig you need to get inside the club.
    • One of the flowers you need to get for the little girl forces you to take it from a man who spent several years of his life caring for it and making it perfect.
  • Curtains Match The Windows: Knight has red hair and crimson eyes.
  • Easter Egg: Literal Easter eggs are added to the game after beating it and allow the player to change clothes.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: In-universe; The "Everything But Milk" store sells... everything but milk.
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  • Fetch Quest: The main plot is basically about the protagonist searching for a carton of milk to give to his mother for turtle soup.
  • Good Morning, Crono: The game starts with Knight being woken up by his mother to get milk.
  • No Fourth Wall: The fourth wall doesn't seem to exist and many characters are aware that they are in a flash game.
  • Shameless Self-Promoter: When you go inside the tent, you will find a gamer who says there's an awesome game on called "Quest for Milk". Knight then says it sounds familiar.
  • Shout-Out: The two boys who are clad in overalls (one with a red shirt underneath and the other has a green one) circling a tree are called Mario and Luigi. Mario says he wants to jump really high while Luigi wants to be a plumber.
  • We Sell Everything: The "Everything But Milk" store which sells literally everything but milk. This is parodied when Knight asks one of the clerks if they sell a "evil zombie nazi" or a "giant pickle".
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  • Wicked Witch: Averted with the witch you meet early on. Played straight with the witch who lives in the hut.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: It's not unusual to see characters with purple hair.

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