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9-06-2009 @ 8:38PM
well if the merit of an article is how much it gets you to wonder about the subject matter, then this is a very good article indeed!I've always thought that who a priest or paladin has faith in isn't as important to the forces they wield as the philosophy by which they live and use that power.my reason being that paladins and priests (humans or dwarves for instance) both worship "the light" generally but despite that shared faith focus, priests and paladins get different abilities from this divine power. Furthermore, priest have powers available to them that I don't think any paladin would touch, or possibly even condone. thus it seems far more likely to me that the faith and philosophy of values a paladin or priest live by matters more to their powers than does what deity they believe in. Which brings me to another point, "the light" has never really been portrayed as a diety, it seems to be, by itself, more of a philosophy of life, which would make sense if a faithful's power were derived not from their deity but from their philosophy.as an aside: Gnome priest is most definitely the combination I look forward to the most. Their strong philosophy of anything being attainable, solvable or doable while maintaining a light-hearted view of the world, a world that has been somewhat cruel to them, makes them, in my eyes, the most admirable and noble of all the races.
9-07-2009 @ 7:53PM
I have to agree that Gnomes are pretty cool. I'm rolling a Gnome Priest at some point and starting an all gnome guild named something like , , or :D
9-07-2009 @ 7:58PM
oh no!! my guild names did not get in there!! Hangin' with my GnomiesOnly the GnomieIt's a Gnome Thing
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