I have found a kanji in a manga I am attempting to read, that looks like this:
I have tried to find it in numerous dictionaries, and multiple different methods. I know the third section is a radical, but the first isn't, and searching the third on it's own at WWWJDIC returns many results, but none of them are this one. Skip code has also been unfruitful. Handwriting has been challenging, because I'm not 100% certain on the order.
A friend suggested that it may be a kanji that is out of use, but used because the manga author thinks it's cool. I doubt it's slang, though, due to the context of being a formal statement.
Edit: The context is: 我輩はノイ＝クレザント(?)騎士である where the (?) is the character. It was written vertically.
I have stated the question as "How do I look up this kanji?" because I suspect I may get into this situation again.
Edit: The answer I have marked as correct actually contains the answer in the comments, so I've written it up here. It is actually a Google Chrome character font problem. The character did really appear in the dictionaries, but I couldn't recognise it because it was displayed incorrectly (Chinese instead of Japanese). Chrome doesn't check all the fonts on your computer like IE or FF, so I changed the standard fonts and it worked.