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10-16-2011 @ 11:46PM
Well prior to the Tauren Paladins, I would have said that the concept of the Paladin would have probably had roots in a more settled and less nomadic society which had a strong development of religious and military discipline, and other races who wanted to be paladins would learn from those societies. The Vanilla concept of Horde Shaman and Alliance Paladin seemed to fit this mindset, and the adding Belfs as Paladins worked because of their previous ties with the humans and dwarves.Now with the RetBulls and the "Our culture had the potential all along," that's out the window and there's no real reason NOT to grant them to Orcs... or any other race.
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