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9-12-2007 @ 12:22AM
paladins are the knights templar, that formed from the warriors of the crusades to the holy land. later they were betrayed and broken up by the catholic church due to their increasing power and differing beliefs from the church and went underground as the illuminati. Some say it still exists, some say it assimilated into the free masons, and yet more say its gone now. pretty simple history. Basically the catholic church went to fight them and they bubble-hearthed.
1-16-2008 @ 5:36PM
Apart from the last comment, which raised a smile, you really need to L2History. The title Paladin has no direct connection with the Templars, who in their turn have no direct connection with the Illuminati OR the Freemasons. While I hate to break it to you, Dan Brown is not necessarily correct, despite the "FACT" section at the beginning of his books. However, it is true that the Catholic Church turned on the Templars, though probably not for the religious reasons that they maintained. And the Templars simply disabandoned. There was no Friday the Thirteenth, as maintained in certain reputable books. The real reason for Thirteen being unlucky IS related to Catholicism, but concerns the Reformation in England.Off-topic FTW
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