'Scarab Lord' and that pvp title that requires you to slaughter so many ppl in pvp that it should be called 'the lifeless'. Oh and 'the insane' is still neat, so is 'Grand Marshal' and the like for ppl who got it back in the day.
My Loremaster since I achieved it before Cata. Was very tedious back then lol.
Destroyers End when I killed Deathwing before every nerf as a druid healer in 4.3 dungeon gear.
The Insane, Defo..
Who ever says it's easy now, I dare you to go out and get it, some parts of it got easier when the Shen'dralar got removed, but other parts got a lot harder.
When the new challenge mode server fastest titles come out I will have all 9 and I think they are fairly prestigious, but it's opinion based, personally I feel like Scarab Lord doesn't mean much in terms of how good the player is, I think that glad or r1 glad are much more prestigious with maybe hero of the horde/alliance. But when it comes down to it every title in the game can be bought or cheesed.
I don't consider all the grindy ones prestigious even if they are rare. Grinding is not hard or impressive, period.
Hmm hard to choose.
-Hand of A'dal - well because it was damn epic to get this title back in the good old days
-Dragonslayer - idk, I just loved the Sinestra fight as it was actuall content and not outgeard.
-Herold of the Titans - I have it made in MoP but still with a lv80 char, sure it was easier, but still, we put a lot of efford in it.
On of those three, i can't decide :<
Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon.
I do not hate wow. I'm just (was) very passionated about it. There is a difference. Everyone rants about thing's they think changed badly.
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Stone Guard (old rank system)
My Favourite is "Sergeant" - Got it from Vanilla pvp
I've never really thought of titles in order of prestige because I don't feel like any of them are prestigious... some are really rare as they required you to be playing with a certain group of people at a certain time, that's not really prestige IMO.
The Bloodthirsty is pretty impressive though.
At that time, I was at the peak of my WoW raiding career/progression. Prior to that, I've raided either with friends or bad guilds and never had the chance to be in a higher progressed one. So it was a long goal of mine to be able to get that chance and I finally did.
Given that I don't think such a thing as prestige exists in a video game, I'd have to say "the Explorer".