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When you are playing the game one of the main aspects of it is the trading system aka economics. All in-game items including weapons, armor, food or raw materials used for crafting have no fixed price. The price keeps changing thanks to the Mount and Blade 2 trading system. In this guide, we will explain how to trade efficiently to boost profits. Mount and Blade 2 Trading Tips For-Profits To make a profit in Mount and Blade 2 you need to learn the trading system and pay attention to trade rumors. Head to the inventory and take your cursor to the item you want to sell. Thanks to the in-depth system of Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord The inventory will tell you where on the map you can buy that item at a cheaper price. This also applies to sell prices so the game shows you in which cities you…

If you are having a hard time finding Istiana and Arzagos in Mount and Blade 2, then you have come to the right place. We’ll explain how to and where to find Istiana and Arzagos while completing the Dragon Banner quest. The location of these two is somewhat hard to find and many would just find themselves wandering around the town. How to Find Istiana and Arzagos Location Both of these characters are part of the main questline.  When you progress in the game you will be tasked with reuniting the Dragon Banner. Once you are able to do that you can create your own kingdom. You won’t immediately be able to do it because there are a few quests in between forming your own kingdom and finding Istiana and Arzagos in Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord. When you open your quest log you will see the objective of finding…

There is an alleged “leak” going around that shows Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the next big Assassin’s Creed from Ubisoft,  has raids and around 13 chapters. The leak is from an achievements list that appears to be from a test profile for the game. The legitimacy of this leak will remain in question but we have to say, either it is a  very convincing fan list or Ubisoft actually slipped up here and gave us a legit leak. Full Leaked Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Achievements Have Some Faith Complete Sequence 13 Bash Defeat the Jotunn Greater Than Cnut Fully Upgrade all Settlements True Assassin Remove the templar presence from all regions Perched Atop Yggdrasil Fully upgrade Vedrfolnir Elder Revolts Complete Sequence 12 Splash Defeat the Kraken Roar Defeat Nidhoggr Hiss Defeat Jormungandr The Second Invasion Complete Sequence 11 Odin’s Sight Unlock every viewpoint Mimir’s Wisdom Be in the good graces of every…

In Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord your party is the most important thing. You can hire troops and companions that will help you in the battle to take down the toughest enemies. Heroes aka companions can’t be killed in battle so getting the best ones to help. What else helps is making efforts to boost morale so you may be wondering how to increase morale in Mount and Blade 2? Well, we explain everything in our guide. How to Boost Morale in Mount and Blade 2 Morale affects how your team performs in certain areas. For example, if your party has low morale it can impact movement speed. If things get too bad, your party members may desert you which means fighting your own battles. And that’s not a good thing in Mount and Blade 2. You can boost party morale in Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord by winning battles…

After over a decade of wait, you can finally play Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord and what better way to play it than with some of the best mods. In this Bannerlord mods guide, we will discuss what are the best mods to have in Mount and Blade 2. Mount and Blade 2 Best Mods Mount and Blade 2 is in Steam early access and supports mods which let the players modify parts of the game to their liking. The game has limited modding tools, modders have released some interesting graphical and quality of life mods for Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord. Before installing the mods it is best to get a mods manager installed on your PC. You should download a support extension that allows you to manage your installed mods. The extension will manage all of the mods you download from the Nexus Mods. We recommend getting the…

Understanding Mount and Blade 2: difficulty settings is crucial to your overall performance and survival in the game. If you are unfamiliar with this franchise and its gameplay mechanics, make sure you start off with easier modes. In this guide, we will discuss the game’s difficulty settings and why you shouldn’t use the realistic mode. Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord Difficulty Settings The difficulty settings aren’t global, instead, developers have divided them into different areas. For example, you can tone down the difficulty of its political system while maintaining a challenging combat system. You can adjust 7 different areas to your liking. Each setting option has three options easy (hard), very easy(normal), realistic (out of its damn mind). You can change settings at any point in the game. Realistic mode is something new players shouldn’t touch outside of a few options. It will make life extremely hard for you. Difficulty…

Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord is a medieval RPG, a cult classic that simulates life.  Surviving in the game can be pretty daunting, especially for those who never played the original game. But don’t worry part of the fun in Mount and Blade 2 is failing and learning from what you did wrong. Because of course, this is a life simulation and life is full of failures. But with some helpful Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord tips you can live longer and survive the hardships of medieval life. Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord Tips – How to Survive One of the main things you should focus on in Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord is getting yourself a posse. Having companions in your party. The larger your party is the more chance you will have of surviving this harsh open world.  As you traverse the landscape you’ll come across many groups…

You will have  8 factions in Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord. In this guide, we will detail all of the factions you will come across in the newly released RPG. Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord Factions Every faction you come across in the game is ancestral to Warband and possess some of their descendant factions’ traits. Moreover, you will notice that there are minor factions similar to bandits and mercenaries. Name Capital Minor Factions Minor Factions Description Aserai Sultan  Unqid Quyaz Jawwal, The  Ghilman This faction inhibits the Southern desert of Calradia and use soldiers and horsemen in combat Battania King  Caladog Ath  Cafal Wolfskins They are excellent marksmen in Calradia Khuzait  Khanate Monchug Makeb Karakhuzaits They use plenty of horse archers Northern Empire Senator  Lucon n/a Hidden Hand, Embers of the Flame, Legion of the Betrayed The faction is led by aristocrat and senator Lucon. Southern Empire Empress  Rhagaea n/a Hidden Hand, Embers of the Flame, Legion…

One of the main elements of Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord is grabbing some companions. However, how do you recruit companions in Mount and Blade 2? In the guide, we will explain how to get companions in the game. Mount and Blade 2 Companions When playing the game companions play an important role. You need to recruit companions in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord. Companions can be used as soldiers as well as for Caravans. Companions are vital for increasing troops numbers and for your party. You can use your companions to attack larger Hideouts. The first thing you need to do is find towns that have taverns in them. You can find them using large castle structures on the map. Keep in mind that smaller towns and settlements do not have a tavern. Once you are able to find a tavern hold TAB and you will see all the…

During The Neretzes’s Folly quests, you will be tasked to locate 10 nobels. In the guide, we will discuss all the nobles locations in Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord The Neretzes’s quests. Where to Find All Nobels in Mount and Blade 2 – The Neretzes’s Quests There are different methods you can use to locate the nobles in Mount and Blade 2. The locations are spread across the giant map of the game as you track down the nobles. Keep in mind that this won’t be a short quest so strap in. As you explore the map you should start looking for nobles. Nobles are characters with a blue “!” on them. These are very rare characters but there are certain locations where they often hang out. You can visit castles and ask the guard to open the gates and usually this process is free, however, sometimes they might ask…