Mount and Blade II: BannerlordLet’s put together a powerful army andLead them into battle You’ll have the chance to add castles andYou can gain prestige on the battlefield with the allies you need, but to build a strong army you must bolster your ranks. This is a great way to doThis is done through mercenaries. In this guide, we’re going to cover what mercenaries do in Mount and Blade II: Bannerlord.
WhereTo find Mercenaries
YouYou will need to find MercenariesBefore you think about adding them in to your army. ThereThere are two types Mercenaries. YouYou can hire inTaverns andAdd directly to your army and MercenaryYou can create armies that will greatly increase your numbers.
MercenaryArmies are active throughout the land, working alongside many more prominent factions. YouYou can hire these factions, if they’re not hostile to your. IfIf they are hostile to the alliance, you will have little to discuss with them, particularly if you have any negative relations with an empire or faction that they directly work with.
MostThe minor factions that wander the globe will make up the majority of the mercenaries that you meet. TheyUsually, you have a plan. ShouldThere is enough gold in the world. and prestige toYour character, you’ll have to recruit them to your army, adding their numbers to your rank. Then, you can use them to overtake more formidable opponents you usually wouldn’t have the chance to battle. If you doThey will leave you if they do not have enough money.
SeveralStrategie include Mercenary companies in Mount & BladeII, where players send them off in smaller armies, chasing down smaller targets—keeping the leaders on a short leash andIf you have the money, make sure you control their armies. MercenaryLeaders to go
TheseAlthough units are great to add to your army’s ranks, you should make sure that you have enough money for them to last.