Actually, my favorite part of this suggestion is the idea of titles influencing how NPCs talk to you. I REALLY like that thought. It would make the world feel so much more alive and make titles feel all that more important.
Imagine being [Bard] Person, and when people talk to you, they have a chance of saying something like "Ah, a bard. Written any songs recently Person?" Or what if having the [Patron] title sometimes resulted in the NPCs saying "I hear you're quiite the patron of the arts. Thank you for helping beautify our world." A bit of an in-universe tongue in cheek way of saying "Thank you for your support."
Of course it would also depend on factions. An orc's not too interested in the arts aside from the arts of warfare and torture I'd assume, so their dialogue might be more along the lines of "Write another marching anthem, bard. I'm sick of hearing the same ones," or "I hope your bones are still strong enough to fight, gaffer."
It would also be a reason for people to use less difficult to obtain titles. At the moment, they're often just a way of bragging about what you've done. But this way, even in singleplayer, there's a small difference in how people treat you depending on your title, even if it doesn't really affect gameplay.
The Dwarves of the Red Mountains are planned.
I can't find anything explicitly against meta-suggestions about the mod itself, but I've moved this to General Mod Discussion nonetheless.
It's left vague. Their canonicity is debated, and thus, their inclusion in the mod would be left up to Mevan's own interpretation of the lore.
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