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  • noun Plural form of paladin.


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  • Innumerable are the legends and romances concerning this great, wise, and politic monarch and statesman, who, surrounding himself with warriors of prowess whom he called his paladins, unquestionably kept the light of Christianity and civilization burning in Western Europe.

    Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine

  • They all are nicely flavorful and go a long way toward make the class more "priestly" and less like proto-paladins, which is a good thing in my opinion.

    Fight On! Review in Brief

  • Has she imposed upon you the labors of some high emprise, such as paladins sought voluntarily in the olden time?

    Modeste Mignon

  • Some paladins gasped or choked on their drinks, while the captain started to count 1600 gold pieces.

    D&D last night

  • To which the paladins answered that if they were ground and dried, they were a potent afrodesiac, which was of course of no use to the paladins themselves, but it might save hundreds of marriages throughout the country.

    D&D last night

  • The government was radicalized, leaving four National Socialist paladins wielding power over a fragmented political structure: Heinrich Himmler, Joseph Goebbels, Martin Bormann and Albert Speer.

    Fearsome Days

  • I was thinking of making the zealots a bit like the paladins in Jumper.

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

  • But the others wanted to get back to Menethil and swindle the paladins out of more money.


  • When they got back to the city, they found out that one of the paladins, by the name of Valandir Melandru, had single-handedly caught a live swamp bull and the whole city was in awe of him.


  • Paythan couldn't help but wonder and asked the paladins: "What in the world are you going to do with the balls?"

    D&D last night


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