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Why is it called Guardian? It's pretty much a Paladin

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3 years ago#1
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3 years ago#2
A Paladin guards and protects. Guardian...guards and protects.

Why call it Paladin when you can just be more direct by saying "Guardian"?
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3 years ago#3
a watch dog does the same thing.might as well change the same to watch dog
3 years ago#4
urtv posted...
a watch dog does the same thing.might as well change the same to watch dog


Watch dogs don't go all blue flames on and start burning everyone in their path, though that would be cool...
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3 years ago#5
What's a paladin?
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3 years ago#6
Ubergrim3 posted...
What's a paladin?


A Guardian.
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3 years ago#7
Ubergrim3 posted...
What's a paladin?


Egads... I just heard the sound of someone's blood vessels popping. What's that about?

On topic, paladins are a class that typically serves a deity. Since there really are no gods or anything that are active in GW2, there can be no paladins. Plus, some races don't even serve gods period. You can't have a race that purposely chooses not to serve gods play a class that requires serving a god. If there were class and race separation, then it would be possible, but GW decided to let all races play any available class.
3 years ago#8
Totally not a paladin.
3 years ago#9
Black_Boxx posted...
Ubergrim3 posted...
What's a paladin?


Egads... I just heard the sound of someone's blood vessels popping. What's that about?

On topic, paladins are a class that typically serves a deity. Since there really are no gods or anything that are active in GW2, there can be no paladins. Plus, some races don't even serve gods period. You can't have a race that purposely chooses not to serve gods play a class that requires serving a god. If there were class and race separation, then it would be possible, but GW decided to let all races play any available class.


Actually, they were sometimes known as the Twelve Peers. Now historically, they were the foremost members of Charlemagne's court, although many of their famous exploits are largely fictitious, representing Christian martial superiority over the Saracen hordes.

And THAT, my friend, is a paladin. *BLAM!*

How am I the only person on here who's seen that?
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3 years ago#10
Ubergrim3 posted...
Black_Boxx posted...
Ubergrim3 posted...
What's a paladin?


Egads... I just heard the sound of someone's blood vessels popping. What's that about?

On topic, paladins are a class that typically serves a deity. Since there really are no gods or anything that are active in GW2, there can be no paladins. Plus, some races don't even serve gods period. You can't have a race that purposely chooses not to serve gods play a class that requires serving a god. If there were class and race separation, then it would be possible, but GW decided to let all races play any available class.


Actually, they were sometimes known as the Twelve Peers. Now historically, they were the foremost members of Charlemagne's court, although many of their famous exploits are largely fictitious, representing Christian martial superiority over the Saracen hordes.

And THAT, my friend, is a paladin. *BLAM!*

How am I the only person on here who's seen that?


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