Diablo® III

Are the crusaders allowed to get married?

I figured that the monks can't, but I wasn't sure about the crusaders.
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Initial thoughts:
Yes, but HIGHLY unlikely + extremely difficult to keep.

The way I understand it, crusaders are basically wanderers, never truly staying in one place for long since their crusade takes precedence over any personal desires.
Over time, I'm sure a few crusaders have managed to gain a companion or even stayed in one place long enough to get married and have some kind of life, but the Crusade is their true calling and they would eventually leave again to continue on their quest.

If I was a crusader, I'd try to get some kind of legacy going on past merely finding a random viable apprentice. Forming a clan who could take up one's name would be ideal in my opinion. Not only would this make finding an apprentice easier, said apprentice would already be trained and know about the Crusade.
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I belive it is mentioned somewhere they they are allowed to love, but the crusade likely comes first.
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They can. Thing is, family life would be a bit awkward...
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06/14/2014 08:25 PMPosted by WitchDoctor
They can. Thing is, family life would be a bit awkward...


Maybe to a fellow holy warrior that they travel with.
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I don't see why Monk's cannot marry or have children.
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Monks can't have children because in order to be a Monk IRL, you must not marry, because it shows your devotion to your god(s), or have any true possessions. Seriously, Monk is greek for Solitary/Single.
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Being married or having kids would mess up your devotion to the order. This would go for monks and crusaders. It would be hard to think about your 1001 gods or the crusade when you also have kids to worry. Also you wouldn't be quite as zealous in combat because you need to be aliv ein order to care for your kids.

Sorry that you can't have your twilight Monk and Crusader romance.
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08/16/2014 02:37 PMPosted by Trooper501
Being married or having kids would mess up your devotion to the order. This would go for monks and crusaders. It would be hard to think about your 1001 gods or the crusade when you also have kids to worry.


Similar issue Kormac had before leaving the Templar Order due to its corruption. Only to get friend zoned. Poor guy
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Crusders can, Templars cant
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