Stetson University Deland,Florida Graduated: 1972 Student status: Alumni Degree: Bachelor's Degree Major: Liberal Arts Minor: Social Science Clubs: Spent my free time surfing at Daytona Beach and points south.
Franklin Senior High School Franklin,Louisiana Graduated: N/A Student status: Alumni Degree: None Clubs: Attended 2 years then went to Military School.
Born: December 21, 1950, Athens, Georgia. I was raised in Franklin, Louisiana. I am a member of the Full Gospel Community Church of Franklin. I am divorced. I have a daughter and a grandson. I ran for Governor of Louisiana in 2007.
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WHAT IS A PALADIN?
There are all of the statements regarding a paladins code of conduct, social behavior, and overall character. (Bolded text is rules text, non-bold text is descriptive.)
compassion to pursue good will to uphold law power to defeat evil purity and devotion final hope that cannot be extinguished demonstrate bravery develop martial skills learn tactics find ways to do good leading a mighty campaign against evil help others healing their wounds curing diseases destroy evil smite evil foes turn away undead swear to follow a code of conduct that is in line with lawfulness and goodness scrupulous in observing religious duties appreciate working with anyone who is brave, honest, and committed to good cannot abide evil acts by their companions work with a variety of people quite different from themselves charismatic trustworthy well respected a fine leader
Code of Conduct Rules Text:
1. must be lawful good, loses all class abilities if willingly commits an evil act or grossly violates the code of conduct 2. respect legitimate authority 3. act with honor (not lying, not cheating, not using poison and so forth) 4. help those in need (with provisions) 5. punish those who harm or threaten innocents
Associates Rules Text:
1. may adventure with...any of good or neutral alignment 2. will never knowingly associate with evil characters nor continue an association with someone who consistently offends her moral code 3. may only accept henchmen, followers, or cohorts who are lawful good
In Early Modern England, the term palatinate, or county palatine, was also applied to counties of lords who could exercise powers normally reserved to the crown. Likewise, there were palatine provinces among the English colonies in North America
The official title has gone out of fashion, but the word "paladin" is still used to describe a benevolent, heroic champion, or the defender of a good cause.
The twelve paladins of Charlemagne are listed in the Old French Chanson de Roland as follows:
Roland, Charlemagne's nephew and the chief hero among the paladins, Oliver, Roland's friend and strongest ally, and G้rin, G้rier, B้rengier, Otton, Samson, Engelier, Ivon, Ivoire, Ans้is, Girard (similar spellings are possible).
The Italians Ariosto and Boiardo listed the paladins quite differently, but kept the number of twelve:
Orlando Roland, Charlemagne's nephew and the chief hero among the paladins. Oliver rival to Roland Ferumbras (Fierabras), the Saracen who became a Christian Astolpho descended from Charles Martel and cousin to Orlando Ogier the Dane Ganelon the betrayer, who appears in Canto XXXII of the Inferno by Dante Alighieri Rinaldo Renaud de Montauban Malagigi Maugris, a sorcerer Florismart friend to Orlando Guy de Bourgogne Namo (Naimon, Aymon, or Namus), Rinaldo's father Otuel another converted Saracen
In medieval literature, the paladins or Twelve Peers were known in the Matter of France as the retainers of Charlemagne. Based on this usage, the term can also refer to an honorable knight...
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