Vol de Nuit
A Vol de Nuit Knife's blade is shaped like a large, gold arrowhead. The blade has three holes in it; two circular ones near the top, and one lens-shaped one near the base, The inner edges of these holes are black. The shaft of the blade is pale yellow and the handle is vaguely shaped like a four-pointed star. The bottom three spikes are yellow. There is a thin, blue line just above the handle, and an even thinner, brown line just above that.
Vol de Nuit, French for "Night Flight", is the name of a book from the French author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, in which a pilot is trapped in a storm.
The Vol de Nuit's ground combo begins with two slashes, right and left, followed by identical right and left slashes. From there, the -Combo is prompted, which branches into a jump-and-spin attack. That move branches into another -Combo, in which Larxene does a mid-air roll, ending in a downward slash with both sets of Knives. The normal ground combo finisher is a low, circular spin move.
The aerial combo is much simpler. It begins with a simple swipe to the right, followed by a downward slash with both sets of Knives, finished by a double roll and downward slash.