Thief/Titles

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Thieves' Guild titles are made up of two major categories: pre-titles (titles that come before a character's name) and post-titles (titles that come after a character's name). Post-titles have some variety, as they are further made up of an adjective title and a specialisation title.

Lefty Ludd is a level 358 mugger, he used the title command to set his pre-title to "Light-fingered". Looking at the table below, he falls into the range of 350 - 359, which means he uses the Crafty Master title. He's also a mugger, so checking the mugger table shows him to be a Hijacker. Therefore, Lefty's title is "Light-fingered Lefty Ludd the Crafty Master Hijacker."

Once you become an Alpha and Omega of the Thieves' Guild, you gain access to the guildtitle command, which allows you to select any combination of titles available to your specialisation. This command lets you mix and match any of the adjective titles with any of your specialisation titles.

Steff, a level 431 cutpurse, uses the guildtitle command to change her title. She selects "Professional" from the adjective table and "Pickpocket" from the cutpurse table. Therefore, Steff's title is "Steff the Professional Pickpocket".

Pre-Titles

Pre-titles are titles that appear before a character's name and are available at any level. The following pre-titles can be set with the title command and can be requested (say titles please) from any of the guild's Recruit Masters (such as Kordane).

Butterfingers, Crafty, Crooked, Dastardly, Dishonest, Dodgy, Elusive, Evasive, Furtive, Greased, Honest, Latent, Light-fingered, Quick-fingered, Quiet, Shady, Shifty, Silent, Slick, Sly, Tricky

Post-Titles

Post-titles are titles that appear after a character's name and change based on level. The first part of a post-title is an adjective or adjectival phrase drawn from a table that all thieves share. The second part is a noun based on specialisation. The adjectives and nouns don't conform to the same level scheme which further helps titles stay varied amongst the guild members.

Please note "the" is assumed at the beginning of the adjective titles.

Adjective Titles

Level Title
0 - 9 Unskilled
10 - 19 Clumsy
20 - 29 Awkward
30 - 39 Unpracticed
40 - 49 Inexperienced
50 - 59 Amateur
60 - 69 Rookie
70 - 79 Marginally Skilled
80 - 89 Keen
90 - 99 Practicing
100 - 109 Practised
110 - 119 Adequate
120 - 129 Decent
130 - 139 Experienced
140 - 149 Knowledgeable
150 - 159 Capable
160 - 169 Competent
170 - 179 Apt
180 - 189 Proficient
190 - 199 Good
200 - 209 Skillful
210 - 219 Accomplished
220 - 229 Deft
230 - 239 Adroit
240 - 249 Deceptive
250 - 259 Agile
260 - 269 Artful
270 - 279 Professional
280 - 289 Expert
290 - 299 Awesome
300 - 309 Incredible
310 - 319 Master/Mistress
320 - 329 Amazing Master/Mistress
330 - 339 Discreet Master/Mistress
340 - 349 Disreputable Master/Mistress
350 - 359 Crafty Master/Mistress
360 - 369 Elusory Master/Mistress
370 - 379 High Master/Mistress
380 - 389 Covert Master/Mistress
390 - 394 Grand Master/Mistress
395 - 399 Infamous Master/Mistress
400 - 404 Ethereal Master/Mistress
405 - 409 Sinister Master/Mistress
410 - 414 Notorious Master/Mistress
415 - 419 Evanescent Master/Mistress
420 - 424 Nefarious Master/Mistress
425+ Alpha and Omega of the Thieves' Guild

Specialisation Titles

Level Cutpurse Mugger Prowler Safecracker Smuggler
0 - 34 Imp Scamp Mischief-maker Rascal Scalawag
35 - 64 Candy Snatcher Hoodlum Truant Lowlife Nuisance
65 - 94 Forager Ruffian Porch Climber Scrounger Dastard
95 - 124 Looter Rustler Shoplifter Fraud Reprobate
125 - 146 Cribber Thugee Trespasser Crook Rook
147 - 161 Pilferer Miscreant First Storey Man/Woman Booster Plunderer
162 - 176 Trickster Stickup Man/Woman Cattle Thief Lock Picker Double Dealer
177 - 191 Bag Snatcher Robber Creeper Counterfeiter Bootlegger
192 - 206 Relocator Mugger Night Owl Aquirer Larcenist
207 - 221 Yard Bird Sandbagger Interloper Yegg Smuggler
222 - 246 Rogue Bushranger Scoundrel Delfactor Forger
247 - 261 Grifter Thug Sneak Defrauder Pillager
262 - 276 Dodger Footpad Prowler Chisler Moonlighter
277 - 291 Jailbird Waylayer Second Storey Man/Woman Embezzler Blackguard
292 - 306 Cutpurse Brigand Knave Removalist Gouger
307 - 321 Purloiner Despoiler Burglar Heister Consigner
322 - 336 Mountebank Raider Intruder Vault Clearer Confidence Man
337 - 351 Pickpocket Bandit House Breaker Number Cruncher Racketeer
352 - 366 Law Breaker Hijacker Infiltrator Operator Marauder
367 - 376 Filcher Gangster Midnighter Tumbler Tickler Swashbuckler
377 - 386 Fugitive Enfant Terrible Mansion Breaker Combination Cracker Buccaneer
387 - 396 Light Finger Outlaw Cat Burglar Safecracker Fence
397 - 406 Renegade Desperado Third Storey Man/Women Locksmith Pirate
407 - 416 Kleptomaniac Cutthroat Fortress Breaker Safebreaker Black Marketeer
417 - 424 Fingersmith Highwayman/woman Night Ghost Safesmith Corsair

See Also