You know you've been a Paladin Too Long When...
-You volunteer to tank the Monk Type Orc "Marauder Dvogzog" for Sandi Mission 7-1. He uses Hundred Fists, you use Invincible and flip the bird at him as he hits you non-stop for 30 seconds for "0 Dmg" WOOTGA!
-You're a 62 Paladin, see the new armor piece "Parade Gorget", damned near die trying to solo the gob in Oldton Movapolis, get the drop, proudly show it off throughout Jeuno, then start crying when you remember you get Shield Torque at 65! **** YOU SE!
-You decide to take a break and lvl Red Mage, giggling at the other red mages complaining about having to skill up their sword. Cause yours is capped from Paladin :)
-You hit Lvl 62 and the thought of walking through The Eldieme Necropolis no longer intimidates you. ^^
(This is my current dilema) Leveling red mage with your wife, who is trying to get her white mage to your current paladin level. You /sea all invites your level and see no paladins seeking at 53-55. And for just one second, you honestly consider deleveling paladin back to 54. And thinking it would be FUN to do all over again. =)
-You are a Galka Paladin, make a Taru mule just for fun, then decide to lvl Paladin on HIM because you wanna tank from 1-60 one more time...
-You level red mage in the Dunes from 10-18 as rdm/war and tank 90% of your parties, just because you're a TANK baby!
-You help the "younger" Paladins in your linkshell get their AF armor, and get mad because you can't see the Cut Scene when they get their Body Piece at 60 >.>
-You can vividly recall the proud moment when you got your last piece of AF in Sandi and walked out of the Castle for the 1st time to the cheers of your Linkshell (And it still brings tears to your eyes)
-You plan on getting married in-game in 2 weeks, and you're still lvl 55 pld. You bust your **** every available second to reach 60, just so you can stand at the alter in your AF! **But your Mithra wife, Meowphttphtt, still outshines you in that **** wedding outfit =)**
Never let anyone tell you how to live your life.