Last saturday we had an event to encourage citizens to apply for a city title in Moonglow. When the event came to an end we went to the city stone to grant the title to the winner of the contest. To my great annoyance the title 'First Ranger' was not available when I tried to grant it. The bad word was "Ranger". Why would such a title be inappropriate? Why do titles have to be restricted at all? It is impossible to think of all offensive or rule violating words anyways, so why limit them in the first place? If kids want to be bad they find ways with or without a blacklist for words. From this I learned that I have to prepare even more thoroughly. If I want to create an event around a title the first thing should be to test the title on a dummy. Not only did it take days of planning to create the event, but the black dragon scale armor I crafted and imbued is now engraved with the unavailable title. I won't sacrifice six more armor engraver charges to change that engraving, of course. We finally settled with the title of "First Rangeress of Moonglow". I am not a native english speaker, but I doubt that the femalization of the word is very common or sounds natural. I would like to see more freedom in such choices as granting a title. An EM can investigate if a truly offensive or inappropriate title is given and reported.