Over the many editions of D&D, Paladins have been viewed as an overbearing personality on many adventuring parties. This is mostly due to their past requirements of adhering to strict moral rules and codes, lest they lose their Divine powers. But, there are ways to make this adherence to a moral code easier on players and groups. I'm joined by Ryan Worthing and Christy Clow to talk about Paladins, how their mechanics functions, and how to roleplay/create a Paladin character.

(The podcast contains foul language, listener discretion is advised).

 

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