Class Titles By Level

I laughed when you referred to each other by class, but then it dawned on me that we should be using this to our advantage. You see, in first edition D&D, each class had a title for each level. This title basically described the PC’s profession and skill level without saying “level 2 fighter” – this is akin to calling someone a journeyman electrician, as opposed to an apprentice, that is, it gives you an idea of their skill level and what they do. That’s how these titles worked and I miss using them in games.

So… I figured if I listed the titles here, perhaps you would start using them?

Cleric
Level 1 = Acolyte
Level 2 = Adept (this describes Ralpheo)
Level 3 = Priest
Level 4 = Curate
Level 5 = Warden
Level 6 = Canon
Level 7 = Lama
Level 8 = Patriarch
Level 9 = High Priest

Magic User
Level 1 = Prestidigitator
Level 2 = Evoker (this describes Waldrick)
Level 3 = Conjurer
Level 4 = Theurgist
Level 5 = Thaumaturgist
Level 6 = magician
Level 7 = Enchanter
Level 8 = Warlock
Level 9 = Sorcerer

Thief
Level 1 = Rogue Apprentice
Level 2 = Footpad
Level 3 = Cutpurse (this describes Ashvact)
Level 4 = Robber
Level 5 = Burglar
Level 6 = Filcher
Level 7 = Sharper
Level 8 = Magsman
Level 9 = Thief

Fighter
Level 1 = Veteran
Level 2 = Warrior (this describes Barick)
Level 3 = Swordsman
Level 4 = Hero
Level 5 = Swashbuckler
Level 6 = Myrmidon
Level 7 = Champion
Level 8 = Superhero
Level 9 = Lord

Class Titles By Level

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