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9-08-2010 @ 8:54PM
I don't think I can call just Turalyon the greatest. I think he shares that spot with Tirion. Uther doesn't come close. Uther had arrogance, which was probably his greatest vice as a Paladin, a vice that was also seen in his pupil Arthas. Think about this, Tirion was so in touch with what it meant to be a Paladin, that after being stripped of his rights, powers, privileges, and authority by Uther et. al., he was STILL able to call upon the powers of the Light to do what was right. That, to me, is what it means to wield the Light. I think that Turalyon and Tirion are two very good examples of of. Too close to call one better than the other. I would put Bolvar up as second place to the two. Without Tirion and Bolvar, the world would still be under the threat of the LK (who despite his current "farm status" is actually a pretty big deal).
9-09-2010 @ 12:08AM
You make a VERY good point sir/mam. :D
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