Guild Wars: Drunkard Title Guide
Titles in Guild Wars are a way to show off a player’s achievements and accomplishments in the game. There are a total of 44 different title tracks across all the Guild Wars campaigns; Prophecies, Factions, Nightfall, and Eye of the North. Learn how to reach the highest ranks for the Drunkard title.
Titles and Guild Wars
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Titles in Guild Wars are a way to show off a player’s achievements and accomplishments in the game. There are a total of 44 different title tracks across all the Guild Wars campaigns; Prophecies, Factions, Nightfall, and Eye of the North. However, players can only achieve a maximum of 43 on any given character. The two titles that collide with each other are Survivor and Defender of Ascalon. You cannot get Defender of Ascalon without dying and you cannot die to get Survivor. So to get one the character will miss out on getting the other.
Titles are displayed under the Guild Wars character’s name. To view titles in progress or to see those that are completed tap the “h" key while in game and a screen will come up with a tab that allows you an overview of all your titles. Players can also change which title is displayed on their character from this screen as well.
The Drunkard title is a core title in the Guild Wars game that does not directly deal with any specific campaign but instead with how much time a character in the game has spent being drunk. However, how drunk you are is also factored into this title. There are 5 levels of being drunk in Guild Wars and the first 2 will not add points towards the title. Level 1 alcohol gives 1 level and lasts 1 minute. It will take 3 of this type of drink to get 1 minute towards the title. Then to keep earning points each minute (yes, you will need a timer) you will need to drink another Level 1 drink. The highest level of drunk is 5 so do not drink more than 5 Level 1 drinks at a time. There are different levels of drinks and all will work for this title.
There are 2 tiers of the Drunkard title that characters can get.
- 1- Drunkard – 1,000 Minutes Drunk
- 2- Incorrigible Ale-Hound – 10,000 Minutes Drunk
Alcoholic Beverages and Level
There are a multitude of alcoholic beverages in Guild Wars that someone can use to get the Drunkard title. Players farm these beverages and sell them in major cities.
- Witch’s Brew
- Vial of Absinthe
- Vabbian Wine
- Shamrock Ale
- Rice Wine
- Juniberry Gin
- Hunter’s Ale
- Hard Apple Cider
- Dwarven Ale
- Keg of Aged Hunter’s Ale
- Spiked Eggnog
- Flask of Firewater
- Aged Hunter’s Ale
- Aged Dwarven Ale
- Bottle of Grog
Drunkard Title Walkthrough
Start with a Level 5 alcoholic beverage and then set the timer for 60 seconds. When the timer beeps drink a Level 1 alcoholic beverage. Repeat this process until you run out of Level 1 alcoholic beverages. Then wait out the remaining minutes from your Level 5 drink until you move your character. This may sound easy enough but getting the alcohol can be tricky and expensive. Players will sell this in almost every major city in Guild Wars but the cost will be high before the title is complete. Farming these drinks is going to take longer but will be less stress on the bank account. Here are some top farming spots for alcohol.
There are many repeatable missions and dungeons inside Eye of the North expansion that will drop Dwarven Ale, Aged Dwarven Ale, Spiked Eggnog, and Eggnog.
- Pre-searing has a repeatable quest players can complete every 3 minutes. This quest gives Hunter’s Ale as a reward and is a good way to grind a few levels.
- Collectors have been known to exchange items for alcohol.
- Solo runs during special holiday events will bring in a ton of alcohol products.
- Festivals sometimes have collectors who will trade for alcohol.
To reach 1,000 minutes your character will need to be drunk for a total of 16 hr 40 min of time in real life.
To reach 10,000 minutes your character will need to be drunk for a total of 6 days 22 hr 40 min of time in real life.
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