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Silver Hand Recruit
Regular
Silver Hand Recruit
Gold
Golden Silver Hand Recruit
Set:LegacyLegacy
Type:Minion
Class:PaladinPaladin
Rarity:Free
Cost:1 Mana icon.png
Attack:1 Attack icon.png
Health:1 Health
Artist:Theodore Park
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Silver Hand Recruit is an uncollectible paladin minion, created by multiple sources.

For more information, see those pages.

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Summon
Attack
Death

Achievements[]

There are 3 achievements related to Silver Hand Recruit.

CategoryNameDescriptionRewards
AchievementPin Gameplay.pngMadness at the Darkmoon Faire - SVG logo.svgGameplay - Darkmoon Faire - PaladinLothraxion's Balloon ShopGive 10 Silver Hand Recruits Divine Shield.
  • 10 Achievement Point.png
AchievementPin Gameplay.pngMadness at the Darkmoon Faire - SVG logo.svgGameplay - Darkmoon Faire - PaladinLothraxion's Balloon ShopGive 30 Silver Hand Recruits Divine Shield.
  • 10 Achievement Point.png
AchievementPin Gameplay.pngMadness at the Darkmoon Faire - SVG logo.svgGameplay - Darkmoon Faire - PaladinLothraxion's Balloon ShopGive 100 Silver Hand Recruits Divine Shield.
  • 20 Achievement Point.png

Lore[]

Wowpedia icon.pngThis section uses content from Wowpedia.
The Knights of the Silver Hand (a.k.a. Order of the Knights of the Silver Hand, Order of the Silver Hand, or simply the Silver Hand) was the order of paladins created after the First War by Uther the Lightbringer and Archbishop Alonsus Faol.
Years after its decimation by the corrupted Prince Arthas during the Third War, the order in Lordaeron was then reformed by Tirion Fordring, who later merged it with the Argent Dawn to form the Argent Crusade in order to take the fight against the Lich King to Northrend.
Despite this, human and dwarf paladins from Stormwind and Ironforge are still referred to as Knights of the Silver Hand, meaning the order is still active within the Alliance.

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Silver Hand Recruit, full art

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