For the sake of simplicity we are going to assume that the crusader premade class in the Elder Scrolls series serves to form the foundation of a paladin though a few minor tweaks may be required. This passage from a reddit thread about the difference between paladins and crusaders makes a good point. They go out to a foreign land and spread their idea of what is "good", if there is such a thing. In this regard they're an offensive character. A paladin, on the other hand, tends to be a protector of a religious order. That makes them more of a defensive and perhaps benevolent character".
Skyrim:Nord - The Unofficial Elder Scrolls Pages (UESP)
A Female and male Nord in Template:Skyrim. Nords are a race of men and women from the province of Skyrim. The Nords have a natural resistance to the frost, which evolved in the northern, colder reaches of Nirn. Eager to augment their martial skills beyond the traditional methods of Skyrim, they excel in all manner of traditional warfare.
How are Nords and Imperials considered "racially different"?
The Nords are the children of the sky, a race of tall and fair-haired humans from Skyrim who are known for their incredible resistance to cold and magical frost. They are fierce, strong and enthusiastic warriors, and many become renowned warriors, soldiers and mercenaries all over Tamriel. Eager to augment their martial skills beyond the traditional methods of Skyrim, they excel in all manner of warfare, and are known as a militant people by their neighbors. Nords were known for a time for their nautical prowess when they migrated from Atmora.
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