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10-16-2011 @ 11:39PM
Question.I've read that the Scarlets and the Argents are both offshoots from the Church of Light who thought that the Church was too inflexible and slow for their tastes. Should I consider that simply non-canonical? (The source was the RPG but I don't know if they took it from canon or if they made it up).Also, a Paladin over the age of 40 would probably have been active before the Argents/Scarlets ever came to be.Thoughts?
10-17-2011 @ 12:16AM
Unless he took up Paladin-ing later in life (Completely within the realms of possibility), he likely saw the fall of the Silver Hand first hand. He could even have been one of the early Scarlets, just one who was lucky enough to get out before Balnazzar drove the Crusade over the proverbial cliff. That's actually how I RP my Forsaken Warrior: Silver Hand member until Arthas killed Uther, joined up with the Scarlets, had second thought about the extremes they were going to, then got 'purified' and buried in a ditch. Being raised into undeath became the best thing for her, since it gave her a second chance. She's far more accepting and... flexible than in life. In a good way.
10-17-2011 @ 12:21AM
"She's far more accepting and... flexible than in life. In a good way."I thought rigor mortis made you less flexible.../duck
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