Nice guide, although I didn't see "<Name> the Insane" or "Scarab Lord <Name>" anywhere.
I noticed two titles missing, off the top of my head. In the reputation tab, you missed "the Insane" rewarded from the achievement Insane in the Membrane. In Removed, you missed the rarest of all titles in the game, Scarab Lord. It was obtained by being (one of) the first to open the gates to AQ. There was usually only one per server (more could get it within 12 hours, I think it was, but it was exceedingly rare due to the complexity of the questline) and at that time there were only 80 some servers. Since then, many of the players have retired from wow, bringing the total of Scarab Lords to quite the low figure.EDIT: Damn, someone beat me to it. And it was fixed. Lol.
Also missed some holiday ones like Flame Warden/Keeper, the Pilgrim and Matron/Patron.
Oh how I wish Slayer of Stupid, Incompetent and Disappointing Minions was a permanent title. :PNonetheless, great guide and thank you for sharing it. :)
Same thing as above--fixed the code and you should see them now.
Out of curiosity, why is the pvp tab in it's own separate box?
Mainly wanted to highlight the recent popularity in RBGs and having one tab in the larger box with a mega-table inside looked really awkward.
I just asked because I spent a couple minutes thinking something was bugged because I didn't see any other tabs and didn't think to scroll down for a whole new box. I did eventually realize they were below though, so it makes sense.
great guides keep them coming also have a question? Do you know anyhting about patch 4.3? and about the rumors of the return of Ahn Qiraj in patch 4.3?
Nice thread...*puts on sunglasses*title.=P
On the Reputations tab the description for " the Exalted" says "Our overview of all reputations is here." I'm guessing you meant for there to be a link but it's missing.What you list as Wrath Dungeons and Cataclysm Dungeons is mostly raid content. I respectfully suggest doing away with the "dungeon" part of the section title to reduce any potential for confusion. An option would be to separate it into Wrath Raid, Wrath Dungeon, Cataclysm Raid and Cataclysm Dungeon sections. As someone who doesn't raid it would be useful to me to have them separated like that, but I can also appreciate the amount of work involved. That's why I suggested removing the "dungeon" portion so at least it wouldn't be misleading.
Anyone with access to the major city rep tabards can get "Ambassador" level 10 and up if I recall correctly since the player needs to be able to get into a dungeon (i.e. RFC).Any level can get "The Noble" since there aren't any level requirements to the title, however it's a lot easier with a high level escort for un'goro and silithus."Diplomat" is also obtainable by any level, but a higher level will have to do the killing, it's easiest to have the lower level in the party ghost following the high level."Guardian of the Cenarius" and "Hallowed" are or were available to low levels at one point in time, but I'm not sure how to get them.
Sunshun--you are absolutely right. In fact, the screenshot used for the World Events tab is of my level 13 bank alt :) Cero--the tab is called Dungeons and Raids because I wanted to parallel the name used by Wowhead's database and the in-game achievement tab. I do see your point though, how it's more about the Raids.Halax--we've heard the AQ rumors too but haven't seen anything yet. We thought there would be something back in 4.1...but checking out Silithus then only led to the beach village, which is the opposite of AQ for lore.
"Yep, not even hardmode, just whoever leveled up to 85 and killed him the fastest."I think you mean 80 =P
You mentioned that the Realm First 80 Nelf was supposed to get "of Elune"... do we have any records of what the other races/classes/professions were supposed to get? It would be really neat to know the others, if just for curiosity's sake. Plus it might give us role players and idea of what to stick in our MRPs :P