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Contributor Perks
Guides item created by Immerael, Dec 11, 2015
  • Contributor Perks
    Content


    1. Titles and Commands

    2. Traveler

    3. Villager

    4. Patron

    5. Hero

    6. Legend

    7. Legacy Ranks

    8. Keep HW Alive (Custom Perks)

    WARNING!
    Breaking our rules and receiving a permanent ban (That is intended as a permanent ban, permanent bans "Pending appeal" will not have any permissions removed unless it's decided the player will stay banned) will get any donator perks removed if the player is unbanned. Please make sure to follow the rules which are all listed in the King’s Law.

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    Titles and Commands
    Commands


    /Title Help - Will list the commands

    /Title List [Page Number] - Will list all the titles you own. If you have any of the Contributor Ranks you will be unable to see them all on one page.

    /Title Use [Title Name] - Will use the title you name assuming you have access to it and it is spelled correctly. If it is spelled incorrectly it will display similar titles that you have access to according to your spelling.

    /Title Use [Title Number] - Assuming you have access to the numbered title you will start using that title.

    /Title Clear - Will stop using current title and return you to base title of “Traveler”

    Note: Higher tier ranks receive all the titles from the lesser ranks. Legend ranks can choose any title from base, villager, patron, or hero ranks.

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    Peasant Rank [Base Rank (Free)]
    Travelers have no special colors and appear grey in their titles. They also only have access to ten titles. They have no special command privileges.

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    [0] Traveler - Traveler is the default title given to you when you join, it means you are a traveler of Altera.
    [1] Wanderer - Wanderer is someone who moves without a definite destination or reason.
    [2] Peasant - A peasant is part of the lower class in a hierarchy, they mostly work with agriculture.
    [3] Human - A human is one of the core races in Altera, for more information and lore, click Here.
    [4] Dwarf - A dwarf is one of the core races in Altera, for more information and lore, click Here.
    [5] Elf - An elf is one of the core races in Altera, for more information and lore, click Here.
    [6] Halfling - A halfling is one of the core races in Altera, for more information and lore, click Here.
    [7] Earthspawn - An earthspawn is one of the special races in Altera, for more information and lore, click Here.
    [8] Caparii - A caparii is one of the core races in Altera, for more information and lore, click Here.
    [9] Nakat - A nakat is one of the special races in Altera, for more information and lore, click Here.
    [10] Child - A young being, usually under the age of 13 (human year, will differ for other races). Can be referred to a child of two or one parent(s).

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    Villager [5$ Contributor Rank]
    Villagers have green titles in game and can use up to 60 titles now.

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    [11] Hermit - A person who has lives in solitude (alone).
    [12] Shepherd - One who cares and tends for sheep. Can also be one who guide a group of people.
    [13] Stranger - A foreigner or one who is unacquainted with people.
    [14] Rat Catcher - A person who kills or drive away rats and other vermins.
    [15] Peon - Someone who does simple and repetitive tasks. Holds a very low rank. An unskilled worker, comparable to a slave.
    [16] Outlaw - A person who is outside of the protection of the law.
    [17] Infected - A person infected with a disease or curse.
    [18] Slave - A person who is owned as property of someone else. Can also be a person controlled by a specified influence; alcohol and etc.
    [19] Friar - A member of a religious order, committed to society. Can be often found travelling through a certain area.
    [20] Thief - A person who commits thievery actions. Someone who steals from another.
    [21] Peddler - One who travels around and trades wares for a living.
    [22] Village Idiot - A person perceived as retarded or mentally ill yet harmless and is accepted in social structures.
    [23] Fallen - Can be a person who has been fallen from a higher position to a lower position. A king fallen to being a peasant for example.
    [24] Beggar - A person who is usually dependent on gifts from others to survive and does not own any property.
    [25] Buffoon - A clown or jester. A person who amuses others with amusing or odd behaviour.
    [26] Birdwatcher - A person who observes and identifies birds in their different surroundings.
    [27] Cat Fetcher - A person designated to wrangle all of the feral cats in the town and move them elsewhere.
    [28] Gravedigger - A person whose occupation is digging graves and caring for them.
    [29] Scallywag - A rogue and rascal. For example someone who could be seen as traitors.
    [30] Villager - A citizen that lives in a village.
    [31] Monk - A man who is member of a religious brotherhood living to a prescribed lifestyle. Often found in self-sufficient communities that devote all of their free time to praising their god.
    [32] Aspirant - A person who seeks recognition and advancement in honor. A person who aspires a high position.
    [33] Brawler - A fighter who loves to brawl or brawls for money.
    [34] Savage - A person who is not cultivated. Uncivilized.
    [35] Scout - A military role. A person who spies or explores in order to obtain information.
    [36] Forester - A person who is trained forestry (maintaining forests) and/or one that inhabits a forest.
    [37] Woodsman - An occupation tasked with harvesting and transporting trees.
    [38] Journeyman - A person who is qualified in his trade or craft in another's employ
    [39] Sailor - A person who serves in a naval job or works on a ship.
    [40] Miner - A person that works in mines and extract ore or minerals from the earth.
    [41] Servant - A person who is employed to perform domestic services.
    [42] Farmer - A person who works on or operates a farm. A person who works with agriculture.
    [43] Baker - One that bakes bread and similar things, usually for a living.
    [44] Cook - A person who prepares food for eating, usually for a living.
    [45] Messenger - One that carries messages or performs errands. Delivering information and letters.
    [46] Milk Maid - A woman who milks cows or other animals.
    [47] Gatherer - Typically a peasant who goes out into surrounding forests to gather berries and other naturally growing food sources.
    [48] Watchman - A man who is employed to stand guard or keep watch.
    [49] Crafter - A person specialized in the arts of crafting. Can be different things from doors to ships.
    [50] Pillager - A man who loots items, typically during times of unrest like a war.
    [51] Bard - A person who performs poetry or verses, celebrating legendary happenings or heroes.
    [52] Fisherman - Someone who fishes as an occupation
    [53] Jester - A person, mostly employed by nobles, to entertain.
    [54] Maiden - A girl who is either unmarried or a virgin.
    [55] Drunkard - A person who is drunk most of the time.
    [56] Man-at-Arms - A military role, a soldier equipped with heavy arms. Most are supplied with a horse.
    [57] Initiate - A person who has rudimentary knowledge in a particular field.
    [58] Lumberjack - A person who fells trees and transport them to mills.
    [59] Labourer - A person who does physical work which rarely requires certain skills.

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    Patron [15$ Contributor Rank]
    Have a light blue title in game and can use a total of 172 titles.

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    [60] Burglar - Another word for thief. Burglars usually breaks into your homes and steals objects.
    [61] Nomad - A person who does not have a permanent home and moves according to the seasons; For food and etc.
    [62] Maid - A maid can be an unmarried girl or woman. A maid can be a female servant.
    [63] Noble - A person who posses high rank in a social or political class. High on the hierarchy.
    [64] Trader - A person who sells and buys different wares, mostly for a living.
    [65] Yeoman - A servant or worker in a royal or noble household.
    [66] Innkeeper - A person who owns or manages an inn or something like.
    [67] Merchant - A person who owns a shop and whose occupation is selling wares for profit.
    [68] Alchemist - A person who practices alchemy. A person who makes drinks, elixir and etc.
    [69] Clerk - A person who works with keeping records and document regular affairs.
    [70] Shipwright - A person who builds and/or repairs ships.
    [71] Brewer - A person who occupies himself with brewing different beverages, mostly alcoholic ones.
    [72] Sheriff - A public law enforce of higher rank.
    [73] Barber - Someone who works with cutting or shaving different people. Mostly shaving men and boys.
    [74] Envoy - A representative of a government or house, sent for a diplomatic reason.
    [75] Armourer - A person who makes and/or maintains arms and armor.
    [76] Bar keeper - A person who owns or manages a bar and sales alcoholic beverages.
    [77] Tavern keeper - A person who owns or manages a tavern.
    [78] Guard - A person who defends different things or people. For example a castleguard, who defends a castle.
    [79] Squire - A person who is one rank below knight and usually works for a knight.
    [80] Bandit - A robber and outlaw who is usually part of an armed group of bandits.
    [81] Hunter - A person who hunts animals for food and other animal products. Can also be a person who hunts as a sport.
    [82] Huntress - The female equivalent of a "hunter", read hunter for further information.
    [83] Soldier - A military role, An enlisted person who serves in an army.
    [84] Warrior - A person who is engaged in or experienced in battle.
    [85] Tailor - A person who makes or repairs clothes. Can also alter garments. Usually as an occupation.
    [86] Seamstress - A woman who is skilled in the art of sewing and who does so as an occupation.
    [87] Blacksmith - A person who forges different minerals into different metallic tools and weapons; Horseshoes, swords and other tools.
    [88] Mechanist - A person who works with mechanical constructions and studies in it; Catapults and etc.
    [89] Engineer - A person who creates different constructions and engaged in engineering.
    [90] Stonecarver - A person who works with stone carving. Creating statues and such out of stone.
    [91] Deckhand - A person who performs manual labour on a ship.
    [92] Stonemason - A person who prepares and lays stones on a building.
    [93] Scribe - A person who makes handwritten copies of different texts and documents.
    [94] Acolyte - A person who assists during the performance of rituals or other religious acts.
    [95] Priest - A person who is authorized to perform sacred religious rituals.
    [96] Priestess - The female equivalent of "priest", read priest for further information.
    [97] Heretic - A person who holds opinions which goes against accepted social opinions. Can be a different understanding of a god.
    [98] Mercenary - A soldier or warrior who sells his skills to the highest bidder.
    [99] Herald - A person who carries or gives important news. He can stand on the streets, announcing important news.
    [100] Artist - A person who creates things of imagination and aesthetic value; Paintings and etc.
    [101] Tinker - A person who enjoys experimenting with mechanical parts.
    [102] Tunneler - A person who shapes or digs tunnels. Like a miner
    [103] Herbalist - A person who grows, collects and specializes in the use of herbs.
    [104] Poet - A person who writes poems.
    [105] Caretaker - A person who is employed to take care or look after objects, property or person(s).
    [106] Apostle - A person who spreads the word of a god, out to other people.
    [107] Sentry - A guard, given the job to prevent passage of unauthorized people.
    [108] Forsaken - A person who has been, or feels, abandoned by someone or something that was previously a guiding factor in their life.
    [109] Guide - A person who shows the way by advising, leading or directing people. Can be a model for other people.
    [110] Hangman - A person employed to execute people by hanging.
    [111] Brother - A male being, related to someone else (Either by blood or strong relation). A relationship to someone else.
    [112] Sister - The female equivalent of "brother", read brother for more information
    [113] Father - A man who is the caretaker of a child. Can also be seen as a title of respect for someone you look up to.
    [114] Mother - A woman who is the caretaker of a child. Can also be seen as a title of respect for someone who holds position and authority similar to a mother.
    [115] Courier - A person who brings out messages. Mostly used in official diplomatic business.
    [116] Apprentice - A person who is bound to work for someone for a agreed amount of time or until a goal is reached, in trade for instructions and advice in a specific area.
    [117] Spy - A person who secretly gathers information concerning enemies or a group.
    [118] Killer - A person who has killed one or several people.
    [119] Merciless - A person who lacks mercy or pity for others. Can be a cruel being.
    [120] Banished - A person who is forced to leave an area(country, city and etc.) or an institution due to the ruling of the governing authority.
    [121] Nature-lover - A person who loves the nature. Tries to take care of nature and depending on situation, would choose nature over most things.
    [122] Exile - A person who is either forced who has chosen himself to live alone. Living away from one's home, mostly used as a punishment.
    [123] Shackled - An individual who is either physically chained with shackles, or someone who is negatively dependent on a person, place, or thing and cannot give it up.
    [124] Runaway - A person that has escaped control or confinement; jail.
    [125] Page - A person who is acting as a knight's attendant, as first stage of training for knighthood.
    [126] Nordic - (Still in discussion) (Perhaps change it to Norvic?)
    [127] Northerner - The title of a person whose native home lies in the Northern parts of Altera
    [128] Southerner - The title of a person whose native home lies in the Southern parts of Altera.
    [129] Criminal - A person who has broken a law and therefor done a crime.
    [130] Nun - A woman who belongs to a religious order and lives under a vow of their god.
    [131] Clock Handler - A person who watches or manages the time on a clock.
    [132] Forest Elf - A forest elf is a branch of the different elves. Click Here for lore.
    [133] Silver Elf - A silver elf is a branch of the different elves. Click Here for lore.
    [134] Moor Elf - A moor elf is a branch of the different elves. Click Here for lore.
    [135] Herder - A person who maintains/take cares of herds of cows or flocks of sheep.
    [136] Refugee - A person who flees to another country, seeking safety from war, political pressure and etc.
    [137] Fool - A person who is lacking in judgment, sense or understanding. Can given the name if disagreeing with unstable reason.
    [138] Patron - A person who protects or supports someone in different cases. Could be a sponsor for a guild or other.
    [139] Knight - A person trained in warfare and mounted combat. A knight serves his lord and is heavily armed with both armor and weapon.
    [140] Archer - A person engaged in archery and experienced in fighting/hunting/practicing with a bow and arrow.
    [141] Mayor - The head of the political system in a city, town or other. da boss
    [142] Rogue - A person who is seen as dishonest or unprincipled. Usually very solitary and usually lacks permanent housing or home.
    [143] Shield-maiden - A woman who has chosen to fight in a war.
    [144] Patrician - A person with very refined manners and tastes. Often of very noble housing.
    [145] Dame - A name for a lady with authority or a mistress of a household.
    [146] Curate - A person who is a member of the church and assists a priest in charging the holy building.
    [147] Minstrel - A person who sings and recites poetry and travels from place to place.
    [148] Elder - An older person known for the apparent wisdom that comes with age, often respected and sought for council.
    [149] Pirate - A person who commits crimes(piracy) at sea. Performs robbery at sea.
    [150] Physician - A person trained and engaged in healing and able of treating injuries.
    [151] Steward - A person who manages another's property and other things.
    [152] Berserker - A person who fights with reckless frenzy and is barbaric
    [153] Dockmaster - A person who controls the ship routes and destinations. Helps transports to all of Altera.
    [154] First Mate - A person employed on a ship. First mate is the second in command next after the captain.
    [155] Captain - A person who owns or is employed on a ship. A captain commands a ship.
    [156] Artisan - A person who is engaged in making different products by hand.
    [157] Pacifist - A person who believes everything can be solved peacefully and without violence.
    [158] Diplomat - A person who works by representing a house or nation in relation to other house's or nations.
    [159] Soldier - A military role, a person who serves in an army or legion.
    [160] Prospector - A person who explores caves, areas and mines for mineral resources.
    [161] Emissary - A person functioning as an agent to represent the interest of another.
    [162] Disciple - A person who assists in spreading the teaching of their god.
    [163] Headmaster - A man who oversees a school in a largely administrative role, but is sometimes known to teach.
    [164] Headmistress - The female equivalent of "headmaster". Read headmaster for further information.
    [165] Professor - A teacher or person with high knowledge in a specific area. Seen as the highest academic rank.
    [166] Librarian - A person who is employed in a library.
    [167] Healer - A person who is engaged in magic healing, this art is really rare though and also used as synonym for Physicians.
    [168] Skirmisher - A person who is employed as fighter for minor fights; A member of a scouting party for example.
    [169] Cultist - A person who follows or leads a religious cult that is seen as extremist or heresy.
    [170] Guildmaster - The leader of a guild, having guild members under his lead.
    [171] Damsel - A younger unmarried woman. Also used for noble women.

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    Hero [30$ Contributor Rank]
    Heroes have blue in game titles and have access to 232 titles in game.

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    [172] Musician - A person who makes or performs music.
    [173] Singer - A person who is trained or engaged in singing.
    [174] Slaver - A person who is engaged in transporting or selling slaves.
    [175] Outcast - A person who has been excluded from a society or house.
    [176] Gauntlet - The intimidating individual in the military tasked with doling out punishment to the insubordinates.
    [177] Blade - A warrior or fighter, trained in the ways of the swords. (swordsman)
    [178] Duelist - A person who is in a duel. A person engaged in formal combat between two persons.
    [179] Freeman - A normal man who is neither slave or serf. A neutral man.
    [180] Freewoman - The female equivalent of "freeman", read freeman for explanation.
    [181] Knacker - A person who buys old or worn-out animals and slaughters them for meat or hide.
    [182] Land Owner - A person posses different plots and sells or rents them for payment.
    [183] Traitor - A person who has betrayed his word, house, trust. A person who people used to trust, but betrays their trust.
    [184] Comedian - A person who entertain people by telling jests (joke) and other such things.
    [185] Overseer - A person who watches or manages the work of others. For example watches over labourers.
    [186] Watchmaker - A person who tends/repairs clocks/watches and makes them.
    [187] Bowman - Can be two things. A synonym for archer. Or a person who rows or paddles at the bow.
    [188] Hedge Knight - A hedge knight is a knight who wanders around without a master. Usually they are quite poor.
    [189] Hero - A person who is celebrated for his doings and favoured by the gods. A hero is said to have great courage and strength.
    [190] Paladin - A knight who is determined to defend a cause or god. Usually a superior knight.
    [191] Barbarian - A person who is savage and uncivilised. Can also be a person seen by others as culturally inferior.
    [192] Veteran - A person who once had served long service in an army, but no longer is.
    [193] Legionnaire - A person who is part of a legion formed of foreign volunteers to serve a house or nation.
    [194] Infiltrator - A person who takes on another identity or reason, to gather information in another house or nation.
    [195] Recruit - A newly enlisted person in a organization, army and etc.
    [196] Wiseman - A person who is honoured and known for wise knowledge, judgment and etc.
    [197] Wisewoman - A woman considered to be knowledgeable in things as herbal healing and other.
    [198] Crusader - A person who is part of an holy army, who is engaged in a military expedition.
    [199] Troubadour - A person who composes song, the lyrics being about love. Can also be a wandering minstrel.
    [200] Huscarl - A person who is employed as bodyguard or in a household troop.
    [201] Apothecary - A person who prepares and sells drugs and medicine.
    [202] Ambassador - A diplomatic official of highest rank. Is usually representative for a house or nation.
    [203] Philosopher - A person who lives and thinks according to a philosophy. Ask questions to theories, ethics, logic and other stuff. Basically asks questions to everything.
    [204] Bonedancer - An eccentric folk mystic who claims to be in tune with the spirits and can communicate with the dead.
    [205] Soothsayer - A person who is or says they are able to predict the future by different methods.
    [206] Sage - A person whom people have deep respect for experience, judgment or wisdom.
    [207] Seer - A person who observes events and says they are able to predict the future.
    [208] Scholar - A person is specialised in a specific branch of knowledge.
    [209] Warsmith - An engineer whose sole job is to invent and craft siege weapons and instruments of war.
    [210] Sentinel - A guard who is employed to keep guard and watch over.
    [211] Gladiator - A captive or slave trained to entertain people by engaging in mortal combat with other people or animals.
    [212] Architect - A person who designs the construction of buildings or other large structures.
    [213] Commander - A military role. A person employed to control military formation or operation.
    [214] Gemcutter - A person who cuts, shapes and polishes different gemstones. For example into jewelry.
    [215] Marksman - A person trained archery from a long distance and skilled in shooting a target.
    [216] Zealot - A person who is really committed to a god, most times at an extremist level.
    [217] Inquisitor - An inquisitor is one works against heresy and blasphemy on religious principle, either of their own will or guided by a higher order or power. For more information, click Here
    [218] Arena Master - A person who controls what happens in the arena. For example the fate of a survivor or releasing the lions.
    [219] Owner - A person who owns something; Such as a theater, bar or other.
    [220] Vassal - A person who is dependent or a subordinate. A person pays homage and work in return for protection.
    [221] Fletcher - A person who makes arrows as an occupation.
    [222] Actor - A person who works with acting. Usually an occupation.
    [223] Actress - The female equivalent of "actor", read actor for further information.
    [224] Loner - A person who usually avoids company of other people and prefers to be alone.
    [225] Silversmith - A person who works, makes or repairs different objects of silver.
    [226] Vanguard - A military role. The front position in an army when advancing to battle.
    [227] Scandalmonger - A person who spreads mischievous gossip.
    [228] High-Society - A person in the upper classes.
    [229] Arbelist - An arbalist is a person trained in the use of the crossbow and likes.
    [230] Warden - A person who is in charge or takes care for something, like a prison. Usually chief administrator.
    [231] Entertainer - A person whose occupation is entertaining people with sing, dance or other things in public events or places.

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    Legend [60$ Contributor Rank]
    Legends have purple in game titles and access to 279 titles total.

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    Hats
    /hat to wear what you’re holding! OOC only!

    [232] Legend - A person whose stories and doings has passed through times and gained recognition
    [233] Radiant- A person who is physically attractive and spends time on their look.
    [234] Blademaster - A person whose skill with blades has reached the title worthy of "master".
    [235] Centurion - The leader of a big unit, mostly consisting of 100. Aka. The leader of a century
    [236] Nightblade - A person who lurks in the shadows and works with stealthy murder.
    [237] Templar - A *high ranking* member of a military religious order.
    [238] Visionary - A person who is given impractical or speculative ideas or dreams. A dreamer
    [239] Lightbringer - High ranking religious follower of the Sun. Could likely also apply to a follower of Ignis Synnove.
    [240] Revenant - A person who returns from death or a person who returns from a long absence, which also could be misunderstood as being dead.
    [241]Marauder - A person who attacks in search for loot. Could also be called a plunderer.
    [242] Shadowblade - See "Nightblade"
    [243] Reaver - A person who carries or seizes things forcibly.
    [244] General - A military rank. A person who is highest or superior in rank. Gives the general commands and orders.
    [245] Virtuoso - A person who is masterly skilled in different arts. The person can be masterly in ability and technique, but also personal style.
    [246]Vanquisher - A person who defeats or conquer his opponents in battle.
    [247] Politician - A person who is active in politics. Usually they have their own special departments.
    [248] Chancellor - A secretary to a king or queen, or a higher noble.
    [249] Chamberlain - A person who manages the household of a monarch or noble.
    [250] Admiral - A commander of a fleet.
    [251] Avenger - A person who takes vengeance on behalf of others.
    [252] Warlord - A military role. A commander who commands civil power in a region. It can be both to help or go against the national government.
    [253] Master - A person who has control over another person or a group of people. The person can be a slave.
    [254] Thane - A man with high rank, gained from the king or leader, of a nation or government
    [255] Overlord - A person who holds power over other lords. Usually has great influence or power and rules tyrannically.
    [256] Myrmidon - A faithful follower who carries out orders without question.
    [257] Slayer - A person who murders another. Usually gains the title from his killing achievement. The title can also be gained by slaying a great beast.
    [258] Assassin - A person who murders his targets by using stealth and tricks. He can assassinate for both political reasons and for money. Orphans love them.
    [259]Chieftain - A person who is the leader of a group. Usually a clan or tribe.
    [260] Hawkeye - A person with scout abilities and risks his life to save others. Usually with a good eye-sight.
    [261] Nightstalker - An infiltrator or similarly skilled person.
    [262] Beastmaster - A person who is skilled in taming animals and has received recognition for his great abilities.
    [263] Praetorian - A member of a guard group. Usually seen as the nation's best guard group.
    [264] Greatheart - See "Lionheart"
    [265] Lionheart - A person who has outstanding bravery and faces dangers or fear without any recoil.
    [266] Kinslayer - A person who commits the crime of killing others relative. Can also be the killer of a nation's or houses ruler.
    [267] Oathkeeper - A person who has gained recognition for being able to keep his oaths.
    [268] Oathbreaker - A person who has gained recognition for breaking his oaths.
    [269] Hegemon - A person who holds a great amount of power, able to influence events over the world.
    [270] Dawnbringer - See "Lightbringer"
    [271] Princess - A member of a royal family and daughter of the current king or queen.
    [272] Prince - A member of a royal family and son of the current king or queen.
    [273] Ruler - A person who leads a nation, house or government. A ruler can also be looked at, as a dictator.
    [274] Bane - A person who causes misery and distress for others. Can be a person who ruins or spoils events, or a person who continually causes others grief.
    [275] Guardian - A person who guards or takes cares of a person. Someone who guards the handicapped or minors.
    [276] Astrologist - A person who is said to predict future events by the positions of the stars, sun and moon.
    [277] Jeweler - A person who is skilled in the making of jewelry. Usually the person's occupation.
    [278] Retentive - A person who has great abilities of retaining knowledge or information.

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    Legacy Ranks
    Ranks no loner available for purchase.


    In addition to the titles these ranks had access to the hat command, a custom login or logout message and a pocket dimension. Pocket Dimension is now available via ingame currency.


    [Guardian of Light] [No Longer Available]

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    [279] High Paladin - A high ranking Paladin, a leader of the order.
    [280] Good - A person who attempts to embody “goodness”.


    [Guardian of Darkness] [No Longer Available]

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    [279] Conqueror - A person who gains control or subdues an opponent with military force.
    [280] Martyr - A person who makes great sacrifices for their belief principle or cause.


    [Crafter (Subscriber) Rank] [No Longer Available]


    Crafters also had access to the all previous titles and commands such as /hat for a total of 292 total titles.

    [279] Horse Master - A person who is skilled and has recognition in their abilities to train and breed horses. Can also be the person who controls the travels by horse.
    [280] Grandmaster - A person who has highest ability or competence in a specific field.
    [281] Constable - An officer with high rank, but lower than sheriff. Can also be a person of such high rank that he will serve as military commander in the absence of a commander.
    [282] Hunting Master - A person who is skilled and has recognition in their abilities to hunt.
    [283] Seneschal - A person who is in charge of the administration of servants in a noble household.
    [284] Barrister - A person who is authorized to appear and present cases at any court in a jurisdictions.
    [285] Regent - A person who rules during the absence, disability of the leader.
    [286] Justiciar - A officer with high rank in the areas of law and courts.
    [287] Innocent - A person who is seen as uncorrupted by evil and is sinless. Usually combined with children and maidens, as they are seen as still sinless.
    [288] Clock Keeper - A person who tends or controls the clock of a building.
    [289] Vagabond - A person who moves from place to place without a permanent home. Usually due to economical reasons.
    [290] Artillator - A person whose occupation is the making of bows or other archery items.
    [291] Old One - Old one is the term for someone is really old, yet still powerful and skilled.



    Keep Hollowworld Alive [5$ or more Contribution]


    With this contributor option you can select how much to give to the server, as long as it is above $5 you can get a credit. You will only receive 1 credit per "Help Keep HollowWorld Alive" option. That means if you donate $10 for this option, you will receive 1 credit. If you plan to have all three options in one go- you would have to donate the "Help Keep HollowWorld Alive" option 3 times.

    You get one of the following:


    - Custom Title
    - Custom Entry Message
    - Custom Exit Message



    Guidelines:

    To receive your title or message, notify a staff member ingame.

    -Custom titles/messages must be medieval
    -Custom title/messages can't break lore
    -Custom title/messages cannot be colored differently to default
    -Custom messages need to have either the player's username or character name within the message.


    If your title or message becomes irrelevant or you want it changed you will need to donate again.