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  1. #1
    The Olesens
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    Begining and Ending

    When I asked about Paladins I got one reply that I did not like at all. It said to use
    the Crusader from Spell&Magic instead of doing all that work. None more need be
    discussed, that is the answer. I *strongly dislike* that. Not the idea but just the way
    of giving one real simple answer to end it. If we all did that our threads would have
    only two or three mails. I am going to start rambling on now but I hope you get what I am
    trying to say. Oh, and I don't mean to offend anyone.

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    GrimtoothX@aol.co
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    Begining and Ending

    In a message dated 9/21/98 9:18:04 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
    olesens@bellatlantic.net writes:

    > When I asked about Paladins I got one reply that I did not like at all. It
    > said to use
    > the Crusader from Spell&Magic instead of doing all that work. None more
    > need be
    > discussed, that is the answer. I *strongly dislike* that. Not the idea
    but
    > just the way
    > of giving one real simple answer to end it. If we all did that our threads
    > would have
    > only two or three mails. I am going to start rambling on now but I hope
    you
    > get what I am
    > trying to say. Oh, and I don't mean to offend anyone.
    >
    Heh... Well, sometimes a question can be answered with a simple answer. If
    you are to ask one, you must expect discussions, suggestions, and directions.
    There is no need to point it out, and I hope the person who did it was not
    offended, because he must have cared enough to help ya' out, so care enough to
    give 'em a break... :)

  3. #3
    Brett Lang
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    Begining and Ending

    Sorry I upset you, but I was in a hurry to get my 2 cents in and go to work.
    I don't always have a lot of time to wrtie, like A SAGA about whatever topic
    comes up. I was trying to say the crusader class allows for a dirrerent type
    of paladin character, without its inherent strictures. A holy warrior of the
    church, in similarity to the Templars (sorta) of the christian church.
    Knights dedicated to their faith and its protection through the tenants of
    war.
    For myself, the best paladins I have read of, are DAVID EDDINGS "Pandion"
    Knights. Very cool I thought. Very Paladin-ish, yet they maintain a
    realistic attitude of moral right over getting the job done. I like to give
    Pal's a bit of lee-way, myself.
    Do you have the Paladins Handbook. There is a lot of good stuff in there.
    One of TSR's better efforts, along with the Druids HB.

    Anyway :)
    Sweet water & light laughter until next ... Better effort this time I
    hope ???

    Brett.
    aka. "the" Warlock.


    - -----Original Message-----
    From: The Olesens
    To: birthright@MPGN.COM
    Date: Tuesday, 22 September 1998 9:11
    Subject: [BIRTHRIGHT] - Begining and Ending


    >When I asked about Paladins I got one reply that I did not like at all. It
    said to use
    >the Crusader from Spell&Magic instead of doing all that work. None more
    need be
    >discussed, that is the answer. I *strongly dislike* that. Not the idea
    but just the way
    >of giving one real simple answer to end it. If we all did that our threads
    would have
    >only two or three mails. I am going to start rambling on now but I hope
    you get what I am
    >trying to say. Oh, and I don't mean to offend anyone.
    >
    >************************************************* **************************
    >>'unsubscribe birthright' as the body of the message.
    >

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