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Originally, bladefire was created and practiced by the secular Guild of Knights, as opposed to the Templar's use of devotion, even if it was paladins who would get it later:
"While the Templars incorporated the sacred Devotions into their
martial discipline, we of the secular Knights mastered the arts of
Falconry, and instructed the Templars in its use, to the great Benefit
of the Common Folk. Are we to cut off all ties with the Church now,
simply because it refuses to Involve itself in the Succession?
The founding Master-Smith of the Guild perfected the intricate power
of Blade-Fire, which requires the most disciplined and exacting of
Training. If we should collapse into Chaos, who shall carry on that
Martial Tradition? Shall we allow it to die out, until it is merely a
vague memory in the minds of our eldest citizens?"
(The answer, apparently, was yes)
So, I'd say it's far more fitting for Cyrene!
My personal headcanon for bits of Cyrene has always skewed towards ancient Rome, so something like the Roman legionnaire might be fun. Knight shortsword and shield specialisation with bonuses for being in a shieldwall with your fellows to leverage that infamous Cyrenian zerg and range abilities that favor javelins. ...or maybe just drop all pretenses and give us zergling as a class (though I suppose the Guise talisman makes for a good approximation of Banelings).