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8-21-2008 @ 8:53PM
Giving out too many titles turns it into Lord of the Rings Online, where there's so many titles they become completely meaningless.
8-21-2008 @ 10:23PM
The titles still have meaning, they're just more fun and less elitist. Just how game-breaking would it be to have a "Wolf-Slayer" title? It's not like Blizz is going to suddenly put out 5 million titles and have no room for any more titles. Adding 100 more titles for casuals to get wouldn't diminish the feat of having some titles. I may be a "Wolf-Slayer", but I'm not a "Scarab Lord" or "Hand of Adal", or even "Hand of the Shattered Sun". Some titles could even be useful. If you get Master Engineering, add a "Master Engineer" title to you, so people can easily find the kind of engineer they want. If you don't want to be found, don't display your title. SWG did that.Basically, if they added a lot more titles, many titles could still be hard to get and be a status symbol. For a game that prides itself on casual appeal, it's damn hard for casual players to get something minor like a title.
8-22-2008 @ 2:29AM
Totally agree. Titles are meant to be special. If everyone has it or theres too many, its meaning less and no longer special. Blizzard needs to be careful on how they implement them in the future.
8-22-2008 @ 3:22AM
... because seeing everyone and their mother with "Champion of the Naru" and "of the Shattered Sun" is really, really special and unique ....
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