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MP Slay 50 foes with slashing weapons. Install and play one mod. As a ruler have 3 vassals.
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Make one of your ranged weapon skills MP Win a round of deathmatch mode. Every breath you take: MP In any multiplayer mode have more kills than deaths. You and your army have killed or wounded 5, enemy troops.
Land a shot with a difficulty of 5 while using a throwing weapon. Get up Stand up: Cleanse the town of bandits in the opening mission. MP Win a round of team deathmatch mode. Amass a fortune ofdenars. Help a lord or party win a fight. Steal 3 cattle from a single village. MP Kill people with mounted projectiles. Get a character to elope. Help Help I'm being Repressed: Harass wondering peasants on the map.
Kill or wound at least enemies. Promote one of your followers into a position of power. You have completed the following achievements: Mace in yer Face!
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Kill 75 enemies with horse archery. Put a pretender on their rightful throne. Knights of the Round: Recruit 6 hero characters. MP Win one round in battle mode. Abudant Feast, Mace in yer Face! Look at the Bones!: Face off against enemies using custom battle mode. Mace in yer Face!: MP Kill 25 foes with a blunt weapon.
Kill 50 men as a female character. Assist your faction in conquering Calradia. Become the owner of at least 5 fiefs. Enter and win a tournament. Make one of your melee weapon skills Get either two strength related skills to 5 or one to 7. Visit every major town in Calradia. Mind on the Money: Raise your soldiers' morale from low to excellent. Kill 10 parties of mountain bandits.Mount & Blade Warband cheat
Successfully defend a castle. Have a relation with a lord, village, or faction. I also have a decent amount of archers that support my infantry in battle. To increase my income, I ended up becoming a mercenary for the Kingdom of Nords, which means that I can join the Nords in fighting other factions, while getting paid a little bit from King Ragnar.
This will help me in becoming a vassal later on. I spent mostly training up army.
It has been very difficult to level up because my troops have been becoming stronger, leaving me with little or no time to move in and kill any Sea Raiders. I have not attacked their hideout, as to try to get more of them to spawn so that my army can fight them. I have been getting a lot of archers and infantry.
I do not plan on focusing on getting any cavalry just yet, as I want to have a lot more money for that. I have leveled up a couple of times, which is good for my character Rylin. I have found that it is difficult to play as a horse based character, but it has been a great experience so far. My income is enough to keep my army floating, but I need more and more. I am planning on investing in businesses, but I only want them in Nord controlled Towns, so that I will still get income.
This will eventually happen, as it is a long term plan and I will need to be close to becoming a vassal in order to do that. The only short term things that I can do is farm both Sea Raiders and Tundra Bandits, while doing other quests and tournaments.
This is all part of the gridy and rising part of the adventure. I eventually came across some Tundra Bandits and defeated them easily. When I came to Reyvadin, they were having a tournament. I sold everything in my inventory from the battle and places bets on myself so that if I won, I would get a lot of money in return.
I won the tournament and came out with over 7 thousand denars, which is really good.
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I also did some quests to improve my relationship with King Ragnar, because he believes that I would not be a great vassal at the moment. I did some more quests and farmed so more bandits for the time being. Vassalage and Wars The first war that happened was with the Vaegirs.
It was a very long war and I had to constantly be moving and fighting to keep my army afloat. I ended up raiding two villages and got enough money to invest in my first business, which was a weavery and dyeworks, which I put in the city of Tihr. Shortly after the war was over, I was finally able to become a vassal. This happened after the peace was declared and I ended up helping a Vaegir lord against Sea Raiders.
My army was battered in the fight, but at least it gave me enough renown to actually become a vassal. My relationship with the Vaegir lord improved and I never saw him again.
I then got to Sargoth and became a vassal of the Nords.
There was peace for a short time, until the Nords declared war on the Kingdom of Swadia. I know that this is going to be hard to deal with because of their cavlary, but I have confidence that we can win in the war. I only need 5 thousand more denars until I can open up a second weavery and dyeworks. If I can invest in businesses and collect rent from my village of Rebache, then I can use the money to pay my army and get some better weapons for my character.
During the war, the Nords took both Praven and Dhirim. I also raided a couple of villages and had enoough denars to open up another weavary and dyeworks in Wercheg. I was in the siege of Praven and I ended up getting knocked out towards the end of it, but the Nords still won the fight. It is easier for the Nords to win because Swadia is being double teamed by the Vaegirs as well, so another war with the Vaegirs is possible.
Then after the Nords took Praven, in the Seige of Praven, where I actually took part in, the Rhodoks declared war on us. I moved my army towards the front and raided two villages belonging to the Rhodoks. This gave me enough money to build another weavery and dyeworks in Curaw. The only town that I have yet to expand my businesses is Sargoth, but I need a better relationship with King Ragnar in order to do that.
While I was heading back towards the front, I encountered a Rhodok Lord, who was trying to not only raid a nearby village, but also trying to destory another Nordic Lord. I hopped into battle and eventually, we won the battle. In the process, I not only saved the Nordic Lord, but I freed another one as well.
As for the Rhodok Lords, I let them both go and gained honor from letting them go in battle.