I'd like to see something about what makes such and such race great as a paladin, or what people like about each. Also, there is needing update to high elves and such. No need for half-elves, not even a link (i seriously doubt it will ever be a playable race). Something similar is on the Starting a warlock page, but I'd rather see it here or on similar pages like Warlock races. Thoughts? ;>jamvaru (talk) 06:17, 25 February 2011 (UTC)
Because this is primarily a game guide page. The sections are based on playable races, not specifically factions. Other race section is for non-playable races. You can see a finished version of class rage page at mage racesBaggins 23:49, 20 November 2007 (UTC)
A little project
If I may, I'd like to put down a table such as what we have on the race pages, outlining the starting attributes of each race in particular to the class. I'd like to do this for every class page if I may. Meneldir
Is that sponsor part supposed to be there? I highly doubt it, looks like someone edited the article into an advertisement for their stupid leveling guide.
Another High Elf paladin
Currently, the page says that the only probable champion is Isimode. I wonder if there are any problems about adding Mehlar Dawnblade. Delteri
- Though he may once have been a high elf paladin, he's now a blood elf. -- Dark T Zeratul (talk) 19:33, January 11, 2010 (UTC)
- Oh I see, sorry for the trouble. Delteri
Sunwalkers are not Sun-Druids. At the most they could be called Sun-Warriors but that's stretching it. A case could be made for Tauren Priests being Sun-Druids but that's stretching it too.
Either way I don't think the sentence: "Their order is known as the Sunwalkers, as druids who worship An'she, the sun." is accurate. There isn't a single instance of an ex-Druid as a Sunwalker. GolanTrevize (talk) 19:38, 15 April 2011 (UTC)
The night elves section refers to Nerus Moonfang as a "fully trained paladin" and lists Alynblaze as a paladin as well, despite there being no mention of either of them being a paladin to my knowledge.
Nerus has paladin abilities because for some unexplicable reason Blizz decided he should be the paladin guardian added in 7.2 instead of Eligor Dawnbringer, despite it making no sense whatsoever. It's a gameplay constraint, not a canon classification.
Why Alynblaze and the nearby spirits have paladin abilities is beyond me, but they're never described as paladins. Alynblaze is only referred to as a sentinel.
I'm not saying this fully disqualifies either of them, but shouldn't this be mentioned when listing these dubious-at-best paladins in an article mostly dedicated to lore rather than gameplay?
At the very least, if these two War of the Ancients era spirits are in fact paladins then the first line of the Humans section needs to be changed, as that would be hard proof that humans were not in fact the first paladins on Azeroth. Morrivar (talk) 02:32, 15 September 2020 (UTC)