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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Titles are an in-game representation of various achievements.

A character's title is displayed below their name in a mouse-over pop-up. You can display only one title at a time, although you can work towards any number of titles concurrently. You can see a list of your titles and their progress in the "Titles" tab of your Hero Window. A title that can be displayed will have a check-box next to it.

Some titles are earned per account, while some are per character.

Many titles are merely for prestige, but some provide an actual in-game advantage.

All titles also grant trophies in the Monument of Honor for future in-game prestige in Guild Wars 2. Character-based titles need to be maxed to get a trophy, account-based only need a certain rank.

See individual title descriptions for more details. For a complete overview, including the rank progression of all titles, see Title overview.

Available Titles

The following titles are currently available:

Campaign/Expansion Account-based Character-based








Eye of the North


Each Campaign  

^ The Commander title has been permanently "frozen" and can no longer be advanced.


  • While there are 45 unique title tracks, you can only have at most 44 displayable titles on any given character; Defender of Ascalon is mutually exclusive with Survivor.
  • Each title has its own title progression bar that is displayed in the Hero Window. Title tracks are ordered from top to bottom by overall progress, and alphabetically in the case of equal progress. Maxed titles will always appear on top, and seem to have a predetermined order between themselves, with reputation-based titles appearing at the top of the list. The entire list is updated dynamically as your progress increases - you will not need to close and re-open the Hero Window in order to see an update in the progress of your titles or the order of their listing.
  • Most titles have multiple ranks on the way to a maximum rank, while others have only the maximum. Sometimes the lowest ranks of the title, even though uniquely named, cannot be selected to display under your name, and you must reach a certain higher rank to be able to show it.
  • Some maxed titles count towards progress in another title track, such as the Legendary Guardian, and almost all maxed titles count towards Kind Of A Big Deal, with the exception of Commander and Codex, as explained above.
  • You can start or continue progress in most titles at any time, and this progress will never be lost for any reason, with three exceptions:
    • Your progress towards Legendary Survivor title will stop if you die before it is maxed. You will forever retain rank 1 or 2 if you have achieved it, but it will be removed from your titles panel if you died before rank 1.
    • All progress in the Legendary Defender of Ascalon title will be lost and removed from your titles panel if you leave Pre-Searing before completing it.
    • All progress in the Commander title has been permanently frozen in the October 22nd, 2009 update, and can no longer be advanced.
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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Following is a list of titles used among the various societies in the galaxy.


Military titles

Administrative titles

  • Governor was a title which predated the rise of the Empire. Sio Bibble was governor and chief administrator of Naboo, handling most of the planetary governments daily operational functions.
  • Settlement Officer was a title employed by the Neimoidians for an extortionary diplomatic attaché. The position was held by Rune Haako during the Blockade of Naboo, and involved extensive legal knowledge as well as aggressive negotiation skills.

Executive Titles

Jedi/Sith titles

"I have a title, now. Darth Caedus. Would you mind using it in the future?"
―Darth Caedus to Captain Lon Shevu
  • Grand Master was the title held by the head of the Jedi Order, used during the time of both the Old Jedi Order and the New Jedi Order. The title was given to the person considered to be "the first among equals" on the Jedi Council. The title was last held by Yoda before the fall of the Old Republic, and first taken up by Luke Skywalker following the establishment of the new Jedi Order.
  • Master was the title employed by the most respected Jedi, such as Qui-Gon Jinn and Mace Windu. They were required to use their deep perception in guiding other Jedi Knights, whether in the field or in formal situations such as meetings of the Jedi High Council. Under the Republic, Jedi led important military missions and conducted difficult diplomatic negotiations.
  • Darth was the title used by Dark Lords of the Sith such as Darth Maul, Darth Sidious and Darth Vader. The position was highly individualized, but centered on the individual's desire to destroy the Jedi.
  • Sword of the Jedi was a unique title bestowed upon Jaina Solo during the Yuuzhan Vong War. Luke Skywalker gave the title to Jaina during her knighting, saying that she would be "...a burning brand to your enemies, a brilliant fire to your friends." With no one able to truly explain the title, least of all Skywalker, Jaina often struggled with her understanding of the Sword's duties. It was not until she took up the burden of killing her own fallen brother in 41 ABY that Jaina felt she had truly become the Sword.

Legislative titles

  • Senator was the title used by the representative of planets and corporations in the Galactic Senate. Examples include Lott Dod, Mon Mothma, and Bail Organa. A thorough knowledge of Coruscant bureaucracy and a deft mind for procedural tricks were necessary for success, especially in the waning years of the Republic.

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010
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From City of Heroes Wiki



Heroes and villains can earn titles in the game. These titles appear above the character's name. You can have up to three titles above your name in addition to the word 'The'. These are separate from Badge Titles which appear below the character's name.

The first title is earned at level 15. The second title is earned at level 25. The first set of titles is generic; the second depends on your origin. Once you earned your 24th month Veteran Reward, you can choose one of the Veteran Titles in addition to your other choices, though a character must still be level 15 in order to use them.

At levels 15, 25, 35, and 45, you gain the option to change your titles once. These title changes do not stack, so if you don't change your title between levels 15 and 24, you do not gain two title changes at level 25. Upon reaching level 50, you gain the ability to change your title without limit.

Your title change 'token' can be claimed at any time after reaching the appropriate level by visiting one of the Trainers and selecting Choose your new title. You will be presented with a window that allows you to select the title or combination of titles you wish to use. The left most column will give you the choice of adding the word The to the front of your title. The second column contains the level 15 titles. The third column contains the Veteran Rewards titles, if you qualify for them. The final column will contain the level 25 origin titles. At the top of each column is the word None which will allow you to clear a title or not select one for that column.

At the bottom of the window is an example of what your title will look like. If the title is satisfactory to you, you can then press the green Set Title button. If you change your mind, you can choose the red Choose Later button to cancel the procedure.

City of Heroes Titles

Level 15 Titles Level 25 Titles
Generic Veteran Magic Origin Mutant Origin Natural Origin Science Origin Technology Origin
Awesome Astonishing Arcane Audacious Accomplished Adept Armored
Bold Battle-Hardened Baffling Bizarre Brave Bright Brilliant
Courageous Cunning Cosmological Colossal Captivating Curious Crafty
Daring Demure Dread Dazzling Death Defying Deductive Discerning
Extraordinary Ethereal Esoteric Eerie Estimable Exceptional Excellent
Famous Fantastic Frightening Freaky Fabulous Far Seeing Famed
Gallant Gargantuan Ghostly Grotesque Grim Glorious Galvanized
Heroic Honest Haunted Humongous Horrifying Honorable Herculean
Incomparable Impervious Ineffable Incomprehensible Insightful Indescribable Indestructible
Legendary Lionized Lofty Liminal Lone Lucky Learned
Magnificent Nimble Mythic Marvelous Mysterious Majestic Mechanical
Outstanding Overcharged Occult Ominous Obdurate Otherworldly Outlandish
Powerful Precise Petrifying Peculiar Peerless Phenomenal Potent
Remarkable Resistant Radiant Resplendent Resolute Redoubtable Resilient
Startling Speedy Supernatural Strange Sublime Stupendous Splendid
Terrific Tough Terrifying Tremendous Talented Thoughtful Titanic
Ultimate Utilitarian Unknowable Unnatural Unfathomable Unearthly Unbreakable
Valiant Vengeful Venerable Victorious Virtuous Venturous Valorous
Wonderful Wanton Wise Weird Wary Watchful Wired

City of Villains Titles

Level 15 Titles Level 25 Titles
Generic Veteran Magic Origin Mutant Origin Natural Origin Science Origin Technology Origin
Awful Angry Ancient Animalistic Abominable Abhorrent Automated
Brutal Baneful Baleful Bestial Bloodthirsty Brutish Bitter
Conniving Corrupt Cursed Crazed Callous Catastrophic Complex
Dastardly Dark Demonic Deadly Devious Dangerous Destructive
Evil Exiled Enigmatic Extreme Elusive Entropic Electrifying
Fearsome Foul Frightful Ferocious Fiendish Freakish Formidible
Grim Gross Ghoulish Grotesque Grisly Gruesome Grave
Heinous Hateful Hellish Hideous Horrid Horrible High-tech
Infamous Innocent Infernal Inhuman Insidious Irradiated Ingenious
Killer Low Knavish Jurassic Kamikaze Lethal L33t
Loathsome Nefarious Last Lycanthropic Larcenous Mad Mechanized
Malevolent Offensive Maleficent Monstrous Maniacal Omnipotent Nihilistic
Notorious Pernicious Ominous Obscene Oppressive Poisonous Outrageous
Odious Revolting Preternatural Parasitic Pretentious Revolutionary Powerful
Potent Salacious Quintessential Rampaging Raging Synthetic Quantum
Ruthless Terrifying Rancorous Savage Subversive Toxic Robotic
Sinister Unbounded Sinful Tortured Tyrannical Uncaring Shocking
Terrible Vengeful Taboo Untamed Unseen Virulent Treacherous
Unholy Weary Undying Vicious Violent Weird Uncontrollable
Villainous   Vile Wild Warlike   Voltaic
Wrathful   Wicked Xenomorphic     Wired
Zealous     Zoomorphic      

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