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  • I believe the image has a closer resemblence to the Paladin from the 60's TV series "Have Gun Will Travel" which starred Richard Boone (Pat Boone's cousin) in the lead role.

    Boing Boing: January 29, 2006 - February 4, 2006 Archives

  • * - Paladins also attract relentless power gamers, because a Paladin is traditionally more powerful than other character classics; it's all balanced out by the code of conduct, which power gamers never bother to follow.

    Lawful Stupid And Chaotic Stupid

  • It is with all of this in mind that we have created a toolset we refer to as Paladin which helps support rapid and scalable vulnerability analysis.

    TechNet Blogs

  • I think I would be OK since my comic won’t be anything high-profile either but also my Paladin is very different from theirs.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Eren’s Review Forum

  • When I was first coming up with the idea of Paladin – I thought to myself who could be Paladin’s dark equal opposite but also the ultimate villain because Paladin is a hero full of hope and optimism and light.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Eren’s Review Forum

  • Note that my Paladin was my original main, until I leveled up the Warlock and took to raiding with her instead.

    My Other Self is an Ass-kicking Supermodel

  • This is not to say that a Paladin is a bad idea; it is, rather, that the idea of a Paladin - a holy knight who believes in law - tends to attract the wrong sort of people.

    Lawful Stupid And Chaotic Stupid

  • Why not tell her as well how the Paladin and he were joined, how the Paladin was another side of himself, a darker side that took form when he was brought to combat?

    Witches' Brew

  • But the Paladin was a shambles of broken armor and torn bindings, aching muscles and wearied limbs, standing upright through sheer force of will.

    Witches' Brew

  • If a challenge had been issued, the battle would be fought by his champion, the knight called the Paladin, who had defended every King of Landover since the beginning.

    Witches' Brew


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