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The Gamer title is an account based title given to players who win festival games (listed below). This title can be displayed in the "Honor" monument from tier 3 onwards.
Gamer title track
Tier Title Gamer points 1 Skillz (1) 1,000 2 Pro Skillz (2) 2,000 3 Numchuck Skillz (3) 4,000 4 Mad Skillz (4) 7,000 5 Über Micro Skillz (5) 12,000 6 Gosu Skillz (6) 20,000 7 1337 Skillz (7) 32,500 8 iddqd Skillz (8) 50,000 9 T3h Haxz0rz Skillz (9) 70,000 10 Pure Pwnage Skillz (10) 90,000 11 These skillz go to (11) 110,000 12 Real Ultimate Power Skillz (12) 135,000
|Dragon Arena||Anniversary Celebration
Canthan New Year
|5 points per win|
|Dragon Nest||Anniversary Celebration
Canthan New Year
|1st place only: 1 point per defeated opponent|
|Rollerbeetle Racing||Anniversary Celebration
Canthan New Year
|1st place: 10 points |
2nd place: 7 points (if < 30 seconds after 1st place)
3rd place: 5 points (if < 30 seconds after 1st place)
4th place: 3 points (if < 30 seconds after 1st place)
5th place: 1 point (if < 30 seconds after 1st place)
6th place: 1 point (if < 30 seconds after 1st place)
|Dwayna Vs Grenth||Wintersday in July
|15 points per win|
|Costume Brawl||Halloween||30 points per win|
|Scarred Psyche||Halloween||(15 * score) / monthly best #1 score + 5|
|Mad King's Fan||Halloween||1 point for every correct response during a finale|
25 points if this hex is still active at the end of a finale
|The Great Snowball Fight of the Gods (PvP)||Wintersday||20 points per win|
- Scarred Psyche and Mad King's Fan are the only non-PvP methods to get Gamer points.
- The Dwayna Vs Grenth automated tournament awarded 40 points per win.
- "Numchuck Skillz" is a reference to Napoleon Dynamite and the nunchaku weapon.
- "Über Micro Skillz" refers to the term "micro" or micromanagement. It is commonly used in RTS games, such as Starcraft, for being able to control several units at the same time efficiently. More specifically, "über-micro" was coined in Pure Pwnage episode 2.
- "Gosu Skillz" is a reference to the term originating in Korea for someone highly skilled. Often used amongst Baduk players and later in multiplayer games like Starcraft (RTS), Counter-Strike (FPS) and others.
- "1337" is a form of word Leet, name of "elite" dialect used in Internet.
- "iddqd" refers to the cheat code for God Mode in Doom.
- "Pure Pwnage" refers to the mockumentary series Pure Pwnage.
- "These Skillz Go To", which is displayed on a character as "These skillz Go To (11)" refers to the up to eleven idiom which originated in the mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap.
- "Real Ultimate Power" is a reference to the Real Ultimate Power internet phenomenon.
|Core||Cartographer • Drunkard • Guardian • Maxed Titles • Party Animal • Protector • Skill Hunter • Survivor • Sweet Tooth • Vanquisher|
|Prophecies||Legendary Defender of Ascalon|
|Nightfall||Lightbringer • Sunspear|
|Eye of the North||Asura • Deldrimor • Ebon Vanguard • Master of the North • Norn|
|All campaigns||Legendary Cartographer • Legendary Guardian • Legendary Skill Hunter • Legendary Vanquisher|
|Core||Champion • Codex • Gamer • Gladiator • Hero • Lucky • Treasure Hunter • Unlucky • Wisdom • Zaishen|
|Factions||Kurzick • Luxon|