It was introduced as Champion Titles since August 13, 2013, for Flash; at that time they were not shown on HTML5. Circa 2019, they were reintroduced as Master Titles for HTML5. Master Titles can only be obtained once the player masters all fifteen levels in an episode through obtaining Gold Crowns (completing a level in the first try) or Sugar Stars (obtaining twice the three-star target).
Champion titles are obtained if the player obtained the most stars in a given episode than all of their friends upon the completion of this episode. In the case of a tie, the player is still conferred the champion title.
Completing a level will result in a trophy displayed with a profile picture. The profile picture corresponds to the player or the player's friend who has the most stars upon finishing this episode.
Instead of earning the most number of stars, your goal is to obtain a diamond trophy by fulfilling any of the two conditions: obtaining a gold crown, or earning sugar stars across all levels of an episode. Obtaining both requirements for a level counts only once towards the progress of a trophy.
The Master Title is only conferred if the player masters all fifteen levels in a given episode. Thus, master titles cannot be obtained in the two tutorial episodes.
List of titles
From Episode 489 and onwards, the Master Title is reused from the episode 488 episodes before. It is unknown if Milestone Meadow will receive its own Master Title or will have Diamond Digger as its Title.
- Just like episode names, Master Titles tend to consist of two words starting with the same letter.
- The Master Title of Honey Hut is misspelled as Magnificient Muncher. It should be Magnificent Muncher, with no 'ci'.
- This misspelling has been unresolved as of now.
- Master Titles closely match the story of this episode, and all can be used to describe a person or entity.
- Dandy Detective is the last official Master Title, awarded in Choco City, the 488th episode. After that, the list of Master Titles is looped (Episode 1's Master Title is awarded for Episode 489, Episode 2's Master Title is awarded for Episode 490, etc.).
- In HTML5, it is impossible to get the title of Mayor of Candy Town or Candy Factory Master, until the release of these episodes with rotating names.
- If this pattern persists, Milestone Meadow will have Diamond Digger as the master title.
- The next episode with Level Overlord as its Master Title will be Episode 956.
- Episode 1000, if it would be released, will have Fairy Godmother as its Master Title, the same Master Title as Pearly White Plains.
- All 26 letters in the English alphabet have been used in a Master Title at least once.
- However, no Master Title begins with a U, X, Y, Z, and unexpectedly, O.
- Only Mount Chocolympus has a Master Title word beginning with Z, and that is, Savory Zeus.
- The only Master Title containing a word beginning with O is Level Overlord, the master title of Creator's Crib.
- Also, that is the last Master Title created as of now.
- Only Chewy Citadel has a Master Title featuring a nonalphabetical character, in this case, a period. It is Dr. Bubblestein.
- Only four Master Titles feature an accented character, all across three words. The words used, in order, are:
- Across all episode names and their Master Titles:
- Only two contain a nonalphabetical character, namely a period and an apostrophe.
- Only eight contain accented characters, across four words Piñata, Brûlée, Matinée, and Café.
- None contains a number or digit.
- None contains an uppercase 'U' or 'X' or an accented letter.
- Food and candy-related words beginning with 'U' could be Umami, or anything beginning with the prefix un- like Unsweetened.
- It is extremely difficult to find candy or geography-related words beginning with 'X'. An example would be Xanthan, Xylitol, Xeriscape, and Xenolith.
- A candy-related word beginning with an accent is 'Éclair. It has never been used in CCS.
- Eight Master Titles ever corresponded to multiple episodes. Now seven of them have this property. Three of them are seen on Flash. In order, they are:
- Divine Diver is formerly the Master Title for Luscious Lagoon and Sprinkle Sea on Flash. However, the second Divine Diner has been renamed to Deep Diver on HTML5.
- Tropical Trooper is the Master Title for both Brulee Bay and Watermelon Waves.
- Mirror Master is the Master Title for both Vanilla Villa and Pearly Parlor.
- Astral Artist is the Master Title for both Licorice Luna and Cocoa Cosmos.
- Candy Cleaner is the Master Title for both Smiley Seas and Glorious Glade.
- Gummy Gardener is the Master Title for both Swirly Shack and Gumball Grounds.
- Jazzy Jammer is the Master Title for both Liquorice Lounge and Harmony Hills.
- Glamorous Guest is the Master Title for both Glittery Gala and Fancy Festival.
- None of the Master Titles ever correspond to three or more episodes.
- None of the episodes with the same name feature the same Master Title.
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