Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord – How Town Loyalty and

As we approach the end of 2017, it’s hard to believe that we’ve reached the halfway point in the year, and that’s before we get to the next month, let alone the three months after that. It means that we’ve passed another year, in which we’ve seen a lot of changes, both in the games that we play, as well as the technology that is used to create them. In this, our second edition of Gaming Bytes, we’re taking a look back at where we’ve been, and where we’re going.

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The Mount and Blade franchise has been around for a while so we know exactly what we’re getting into when we pick up a new game in the series. The first major entry in the series was released in 2009 and it became an instant hit with fans all over the world. There are now many installments to the series and each have been met with praise and criticism. The game series is known for its rich historical lore and well designed open world. Bannerlord, the latest installment in the series, has a lot to live up to.. Read more about mount meaning and let us know what you think.

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord - How Town Loyalty and Security Work

Working up your way to getting your own town in Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord can be quite an arduous process. Unless you’re using the magic of console commands, you’ll have to put in enough work and, once you do have the fate of a settlement and its population in your hands, you’ll have to manage Town Loyalty and Security if you plan to hold onto it for long.

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord’s Town Loyalty and Security sound like daunting concepts, especially if this is the first settlement you get to control. They don’t work in a vacuum and, while the surrounding world will eventually threaten them, you have a couple of avenues to make sure that the people won’t hate your guts enough to raise arms against you.

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord - How Town Loyalty and Security Work

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord - How Town Loyalty and Security Work

In Bannerlord, town loyalty affects how likely (or unlikely) the populace is to revolt, thus doing all you can to keep it in control is critical. Culture is an essential part of the loyalty puzzle. Gaining possession of a town belonging to your culture will not result in any loyalty penalties, but if your most recent conquest belongs to a different cultural group, a penalty will apply.

The same is true with the town’s Governor, and one method to reduce the loss of Town Loyalty in Bannerlord is to give each town a Governor who is representative of its culture. Upgrading your Fairgrounds project, as well as selecting the Festival and Games daily default, are also ways to boost Town Loyalty.

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord’s Town Security is then tied into Town Loyalty and has a drift of its own that you’ll need to manage. Naturally, the main factor here is the garrison you leave behind in each town.

The more men and women you have ready to defend your settlements against enemy incursions, the more secure your people will feel, leading to increased loyalty. Increasing the size of your garrison with the Fortifications and Garrison Barracks constructions is also beneficial.

Your people will enjoy not being hungry, so maintaining a steady supply of food is another factor to consider if you want to earn their allegiance, and the Orchards project is one that you shouldn’t ignore.

Character Perks can also come into play when looking to increase Town Loyalty and Security in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord. You can squeeze some extra bonuses by picking the Parade Perk in the Charm tree (which grants settlements you visit +5 loyalty once per day) or the Security Perk in the Leadership tree (which grants +5 security per day while waiting).

Others are strewn around in different trees, so it’s worth searching for them if you want to concentrate your playstyle on settling your colonies.

Of course, events like wars or enemy incursions will affect your Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Town Loyalty and Security but, with these tips, you should hopefully be a tad better equipped to hold onto your hard-earned settlements. For more on the game, here’s a look at an upcoming, ambitious Warhammer Fantasy mod.

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Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord is one of the biggest and most anticipated games of 2018. It’s a game in which players become a vassal of a lord, who they must either defend, or overthrow. The player can make their own character, who will then co-exist alongside the lord. There are multiple factions to choose from, including the Einherjar, The Empire, The Knights of Glint, The Holy Alliance, The Parliament of Man, and The Khergit Khanate.. Read more about mount a campaign and let us know what you think.

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