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23rd Apr '18 5:20:38 PM MarkLungo
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14th Apr '18 12:17:37 PM Taxima
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* Although it breaks the "loner" rule, this trope is the premise of ''WebAnimation/Knightsof AllRealms'', a band of knights who serve no lord and help all peoples.

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* Although it breaks the "loner" rule, this trope is the premise of ''WebAnimation/Knightsof AllRealms'', ''WebAnimation/KnightsOfAllRealms'', a band of knights who serve no lord and help all peoples.
14th Apr '18 12:17:14 PM Taxima
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* Although it breaks the "loner" rule, this trope is the premise of ''The Knights of All Realms'', a band of knights who serve no lord and help all peoples. [[https://vimeo.com/236345931 The pilot episode]] spells it out when they challenge a crew of marauding pirates.

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* Although it breaks the "loner" rule, this trope is the premise of ''The Knights of All Realms'', ''WebAnimation/Knightsof AllRealms'', a band of knights who serve no lord and help all peoples. [[https://vimeo.com/236345931 The pilot episode]] spells it out when they challenge a crew of marauding pirates.peoples.
28th Mar '18 9:24:22 PM nombretomado
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* StarWarsExpandedUniverse: as mentioned above under "Film", this is sometimes (ostensibly) the Jedi ideal, although they often act more or less as a branch of the Republic. In the Literature/NewJediOrder in particular, a few Jedi are known for avoiding the sometimes highly political Jedi Order and making their own way, such as Master Eelysa (and the Wild Knights, a band of Jedi she trained more or less on her own), Tyria Sarkin and her children, and, for a time, Corran Horn. Jolee Bindo from ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' did much the same thousands of years before. In the earlier period, "Gray Jedi" were those who voluntarily separated from the Order, often over philosophical issues, yet were acknowledged not to have fallen to the DarkSide.

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* StarWarsExpandedUniverse: ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'': as mentioned above under "Film", this is sometimes (ostensibly) the Jedi ideal, although they often act more or less as a branch of the Republic. In the Literature/NewJediOrder in particular, a few Jedi are known for avoiding the sometimes highly political Jedi Order and making their own way, such as Master Eelysa (and the Wild Knights, a band of Jedi she trained more or less on her own), Tyria Sarkin and her children, and, for a time, Corran Horn. Jolee Bindo from ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' did much the same thousands of years before. In the earlier period, "Gray Jedi" were those who voluntarily separated from the Order, often over philosophical issues, yet were acknowledged not to have fallen to the DarkSide.
12th Mar '18 4:11:05 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy'' has a twist on this in Khaine D'elacreu, a young ''female'' paladin who after the death of her father, member of a [[ChurchMilitant knight order]], in unknown circumstances took her lance and her shield to wander the world as in her country women were not expected to become that.

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* ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy'' has a twist on this in Khaine D'elacreu, a young ''female'' paladin who after the death of her father, member of a [[ChurchMilitant knight order]], in unknown circumstances took her lance and her shield to wander the world [[WalkingTheEarth walk Gaïa]] as in her country women were not expected to become that.
12th Mar '18 4:04:10 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy'' has a twist on this in Khaine D'elacreu, a young ''female'' paladin who after the death of her father, member of a [[ChurchMilitant knight order]], in unknown circumstances took her lance and her shield to wander the world as in her country women were not expected to become that.
20th Feb '18 5:51:17 PM Taxima
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* Although it breaks the "loner" rule, this trope is the premise of ''The Knights of All Realms'', a band of knights who serve no lord and help all peoples.
[[https://vimeo.com/236345931 The pilot episode]] spells it out when they challenge a crew of marauding pirates.

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* Although it breaks the "loner" rule, this trope is the premise of ''The Knights of All Realms'', a band of knights who serve no lord and help all peoples.
peoples. [[https://vimeo.com/236345931 The pilot episode]] spells it out when they challenge a crew of marauding pirates.
20th Feb '18 6:32:59 AM Taxima
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* Although it breaks the "loner"
rule, this trope is the premise of ''The Knights of All Realms'', a band of knights who serve no lord and help all peoples.

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* Although it breaks the "loner"
"loner" rule, this trope is the premise of ''The Knights of All Realms'', a band of knights who serve no lord and help all peoples.
20th Feb '18 6:29:31 AM Taxima
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* Although it breaks the "loner"
rule, this trope is the premise of ''The Knights of All Realms'', a band of knights who serve no lord and help all peoples.
[[https://vimeo.com/236345931 The pilot episode]] spells it out when they challenge a crew of marauding pirates.
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18th Feb '18 6:49:14 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* John Rumford in ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'' is a downplayed example early on when he drifts around after being discharged from the Marine Corps, unsure about the direction of his life but still idealistic, and very happy to jump in and help Gunny Matthews and the others in their battles with the gangsters. Then, he joins the Christian Marines vigilante group and becomes one of the TrueCompanions instead.
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