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10-17-2011 @ 6:11AM
I'm not an RPer but I do have a back story for my Paladin. He was still a young squire living in Lordaeron when the events of the 3rd war happened. Because he was barely old enough to go into battle he was assigned to escort refugees out of the area to Stormwind. He and his master ended up staying there to finish his training and to this day he does not believe that the silverhand ever fell, he and many other knights are still around.He considered his membership in the Argent Dawn a given during classic because hey they were his brothers and sisters under a different name. Some where now simply of another race, but the light welcomes all he believes. He even held out hope of the scarlets seeing the truth and returning to the righteous path till the last moments. He embraced the Argent Crusades more active role in northrend and put his full weight behind them. But now that the war is over he wonders why the crusade is not helping fight deathwing or fix the world. The orginal mission was to protect Azeroth not just from the undead but from all threats. Sitting in a fortess well a dragon fueled by chaos and evil is tearing the world apart is not doing that. So now he considers him self more of a knight errent much like classic and bc saw him as. He is a memeber of the order but hes doing his own mission for the light.
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