The paladin (aka. Loladin) is a playable caracter in the game World of Warcraft. Usually played by children around the age of twelve, socially retarded young or middle aged men or gay youngsters in extreme denial, the paladin offers these group a salvation through electronical deception. The paladin player is presented with abilities which renders him virtually unbeatable in almost any situation in the game. This in-game power gives the otherwise socially dysfunctional player a false feeling of importance and indivitually that they lack in real life.
Paladin, paladin, P4l4d1n.
by Smokeblender December 21, 2005
The Paladin is a class of Warrior that is fully devoted to kindness and ridding the Universe of Evil. They are very religious, and have an extremely strict honor code, as well as a soft spot for children and animals. In combat, a Paladin with a cause is almost impossible to defeat.
Paladins fear nothing, for Evil fears them.
by Detranova August 06, 2003
Any of the Twelve Peers of Charlemagne's Court, of whom the Count Palatine was the chief; Knight errant; Champion.
See above
by Taz June 02, 2004
An elusive class in World of Warcraft.
I'm a little paladin short and stout
Here is my hammer here is my mount
When trouble comes I scream and shout
Then I bubble and hearthstone out.
by xdpirate January 04, 2009
A "holy knight"-type character in a roleplaying game, most notably Dungeons & Dragons and World of Warcraft. Usually has healing and damaging magic.

Must be lawful good in D&D.

In WoW, was originally only available to the Alliance; this changed with the release of the Burning Crusade.

Named for Charlemagne's inner circle of knights.
A blood elf paladin against a draenei shaman...now, that's epic!
by Qit el-Remel December 28, 2007
One of nine playable classes in the game World of Warcraft. Currently, Paladins are specific to the Alliance, and can only be either Dwarves or Humans. In short time, however, Paladins will also be playable by the Horde, as Blood Elves.

Paladins are often thought of as easy-mode players because of the Paladin class ability to wear the heaviest class of armor, wield a large variety of weapons, and have the ability to heal themselves in combat. They are sometimes likened to adolescent/immature players, or mentally handicapped. The underlying irony of those insults is that they are made by other players of the same game, and they are no more intelligent or mature than any other player of said game.

Truth be told, Paladins are no more viable than any other class in World of Warcraft. Every class has the choice to specialize in three different aspects of their abilities, and the Paladins are no exception. They can choose to be exceptional healers, psudo-tanks, or powerful damage dealers. The misconception is that they can perform all three roles simultaneously, which is simply not true.

The Paladin class can be a very entertaining class to play at all stages of its development, be it during the levelling process, PvP, or PvE content. They posess a rich variety of spells and abilities that not only make them exceptionally survivable, but a true blessing to any group.
"Unlike you, I choose to play my Paladin the way it was meant to play, as a versatile support class capable of multiple roles."

"Have you bubble-hearthed yet?"

"...yes."
by Lillithu October 11, 2006
An incredible hero who, though he has a code of honor is not celibate.

In fact he is generally ridiculously good at pleasing woman and knows how to take care of them. That's why ladies dig Paladins - they can rescue them from danger and provide incredible sex.
Paladins rescue fair maidens then get sweet sweet rewards.
by palyhumper February 17, 2010
A Badass holy knight which no1 wants to mess with, even ninjas cant stand up to paladins. they can equip badass swords like excaliber
Cecil harvey from ff4 is a badass paladin
by lightbrand August 29, 2007

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