Prophecy: Paladin Orders

Orders of Paladins

Order of the Silver Bolt (Heironeous)– They may
multiclass freely as fighters, cavaliers, clerics, divine
champions, arcane devotees, monks, and war masters.

Order of the Golden Sun (Heironeous) – This
paladin order is prominent in the older kingdoms. They have normal
multiclassing restrictions.

Glaives of Azharadian (Heironeous) – This
subgroup of the Order of the Golden Sun is based in Onwal. They may
multiclass as Glaives of Azharadian freely.

The White Paladins (aka Dragoons) (Murlynd)
Paladins of this order may multiclass as eldritch knights and
horizon walkers. Access to Secret of the Firebrands feat
(includes Exotic Weapon Proficiency (Firearms)).

Hallowed Hunters of Eholonaa – They may multiclass freely
as rangers, druids or vigilants.

Knights of the Chase (Trithereon) – While not
exactly a paladin organization (its members are usually Chaotic
Good Holy Liberators), it is similar in structure.

Order of the White Tome (Delleb) – They may multiclass
freely as wizards (or wizardly prestige classes) or monks as long
as they maintain their paladin level as their highest level.

Crusaders of Pelor – They may multiclass freely as
fighters, divine champions, hunters of the dead or holy avengers.
Access to Scalding Faith of the Sun feat.

Envoys or Heralds of Rao – They may multiclass
freely as loremasters. Access to Serenity feat.

Arcstones of Fortubo – dwarven paladins of Fortubo can
freely multiclass as stonelords.

Valiants (Mayaheine)– They can multiclass as fighters and
divine champions. Access to Shield Maiden’s Grace
feat.

Aesthetes of Myhriss – They may freely multiclass as
divine champions.

Ascetics of Osprem – They can multiclass as Sea
Witches.

Votary of St. Cuthburt – Paladins of this order can
freely multiclass as clerics, fighters  or divine champions.
Access to Cuthbert’s Smite feat.

Gnostics of Gneiss (Gnomes)– This order of
gnomish paladins follow any and all of the gnomish gods who sponsor
paladins. They may freely multiclass as loremasters, divine
oracles, or divine champions. Gnostics who become Neutral Good and
advance only as Bards, do not loose their paladin abilities.

Stones of Moradin (Dwarves) – This is a paladin
order composed mostly of dwarves worshipping Moradin. There are a
few non-dwarves in this order and well as a few paladins to other
dwarven deities in this order, all venerate and uphold dwarven
ideals however. They may freely multiclass as dwarven defenders (if
dwarven), fighters and divine champions.

Hearthguards (Halflings) – This order of
halfling paladins follow predominantly Yondalla, but also other
Halfling deities. They may freely multiclass as clerics or
rangers.

Lightbringers (Pholtus) – This order of
paladins can multiclass as clerics or fighters so long as their
paladin level remains the highest.

Obedient Brotherhood of Wee Jas – Paladins of
this order can multiclass as any arcane spellcasting classes as
long as their paladin level is the highest.