TL;DR: how do I make the rest of the factions disappear permanently? Hello, I was just wondering if anyone knew how you could completely eliminate an enemy faction that you are at war with.
I actually was able to finish my war with Vlandia, and now I am in the same boat with them, so now both Catalog and Further won't stop coming back. This guide of Mount & Blade II: Banner lord will help you on how to conquer peacefully, how to dismantle and take over any faction from within.
The key here is to use the “everything has a price” which is the final perk on trading skill tree to buy up all the settlements from lords. Since you’ll be making big dough from all the trading, toucan always get away with not fighting if you ever get caught in a tricky situation.
Using Kuwait with mounted troops will allow you to be the fastest speedy BOI in Cascadia to worry about field battles in the first place, though it is optional and toucan get a good scout to max out speed. Starting culture: either Semi (for more money) or Kuwait (to easily get away from battles).
From start, level up trading to max early, generate as much income as toucan from various sources (since the game’s economy is broken right now, refer to other posts for this. Also, by the time I write a way to make lots of money, it may be outdated in the next update).
Try to also max out charm as well if toucan, though this is not a high priority (for Law speakers policy which increases influence based on charisma). Also, barter and give 1 gold to them even if they don’t have any settlements just for extra experience.
It might be easier to check the kingdom’s clans and who all the landowners are, then use them to form an army. After all this has been put in place, start draining every other clan’s influence by disavowing policies or proposing them.
Vote abstinence, for the most part, to minimize your own drainage and let other clans keep draining their influence over nothing. Now propose to expel all other clans, and leave the kingdom while keeping all the holdings.
Extra Tips: After getting many fiefs that you no longer have to worry about money, toucan make all your followers into parties and taking their armies for free and instant recruitment. Or toucan use them as intended as patrol force to keep brigands in check while also increasing relations with recruiters.
This creates a powerful house that is extremely difficult to deal with once you have your kingdom. In this guide, we will explain how to fight strong factions in Mount and Blade 2 Banner lord.
As they say, give Batman enough time to prepare for a fight, and he can beat anyone; the same principle applies here. Facing strong factions in Mount and Blade 2 Banner lord is a long exhausting process.
Make sure your kingdom’s main cities are close to the factionyou’re attacking. Also, the goal is to avoid facing stronger enemies and attacking the smaller ones.
Take-down lone parties toucan easily handle and capture the Lord. Cities and castles that are recently conquered won’t have strong garrisons, so they can easily take them down.
If any lone party tries to besiege the fortress, battle in the open field and take the lord. The majority of the staff you take is going to be retaken but in the process, they are losing troops and getting their lords taken.
Leave the newly captured areas unprotected to be taken by the strong faction again, moving its armies from other more important locations. An avid fan of the stealth-shooter genre, Jake is Respawnfirst's co-founder and Lead News Editor with over 5-years of experience.
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This feature wasn’t available in previous installments, but now toucan get rid of pesky kings and vassals for good. Once you’ve defeated them you should have the option of setting them free, which will increase your charm skill, or holding them hostage.
For this guide, we’ve captured Remand of the Brotherhood, the leader of his clan. If you do decide to execute an enemy lord and click that button, this screen will pop up giving you one last chance to change your mind and a little more info about the consequences of your action.
Essentially, if you decide to execute someone their entire clan and possibly faction will never forget it. It is very hard to recover a relationship with someone after executing their brother, sister, father or mother.
Once you’ve decided to execute them your character will swing that axe, but right before it hits the screen goes black. If you execute an enemy lord it’s one less army running around the map sacking your villages and laying siege to your castles.
Since we executed the leader of the Brotherhood of the Woods, the other members' relation dropped to a whopping -99. We hope you found our guide on how to execute enemy lords in Banner lord useful in your play through.
Execution is one of the options for dealing with prisoners in Mount & Blade 2 Banner lord. It’s a quick and easy way to make sure someone won’t bother you anymore, but it’s not without cost.
There will be consequences, and if you’re not interested in testing those out on your own skin, our execute prisoners & lords in Banner lord guide will show you what happens when you decide to take drastic measures. Execute Prisoners & Lords in Mount & Blade 2 Banner lord Yes, toucan.
Select the lord in question and click the red skull and bones icon. If you capture and execute all the lords of a faction, you’ll automatically get all their towns and castles.
In fairness, each Dawn of War has proved distinct from the last, and the third entry is a mechanical overhaul on what came before; a return to the base-splosive bombast of more traditional RTS games (with a hint of MOB in the multiplayer). And with new rules come new strategies for the players presiding over the stern Space Marines, rambunctious Works, and the snooty, teleporting bastards known as the Elder.
Throw these down in areas that you expect to be hotly contested i.e. around resource nodes or near (but out of sight of) enemy bases. Assault Marines are great for sending enemy infantry units into disarray by using their Leap ability that throw them into the thick of battle, and they’ll put up a hell of a fight in a melee thanks to their high DPS and HP.
When you embark on these melee assaults, support them with a couple of Predatory Destruct or Tanks to ensure you get those first hits in. Generally, tanks give Space Marines a huge advantage at very long distances, so be sure to exploit that.
His leaping God-Splitter ability is great for taking out defensive positions held by enemy ranged units. Select a flamethrower upon deployment, use it on low-level infantry, then teleport away if the melee scuffle (which Iron maw don’t excel in) gets too much.
In the later game, save your Elite points for Assault Terminators instead of spawning these guys, as they’re basically the high-level badasses that Iron maw wish they could be themselves. I’ve already swooned over the not-so-noble savagery of the Works in my review, and awkward though they may initially be to play as, there are few sights in Dow III quite like a horde of heavily-armed Boy, pumped up by the heavy metal music of WABASH towers and armored to their red eyeballs in collected scrap, rampaging into battle.
But their unique mechanics make the Works tough to get to grips with when you’re up against other players (forget the campaign, online is a whole different arena). On the bright side, they’re cheap to build, so don’t hold back in sending swarms of them on your enemies.
I suspect that with time Relic will rebalance them to make them stronger, but that’s all the more reason to acclimatize to their mechanics now, so when they are improved you’ll be coasting. These yellow perils act as mobile reinforcing points, allowing you to heal depleted units at a small cost.
Don’t hold back on spamming the ‘Reinforce’ option, particularly during battle, as that’ll keep your units constantly healing. The Kill Kan is a unit that generates rockets (or ‘rockets’) over time, then fires them off in quick succession when you use the ability.
Upgrade them with scrap to increase their maximum number of rockets, and concentrate that fire on the enemy vehicle causing you most trouble in battle. At the start of a match, build a WABASH tower on the center of the map and set it as a rally point for your troops to establish an early dominance.
Or leader Forget is a big, tank melee unit who can quickly close distances with his Grappling’ Claw. Big Me Wazmakka’s Tractor Beam slows enemy units, so is particularly effective against those elusive Elder and their Elites.
His teleporting Ere We Go ability is great for getting out of those melees you want to avoid, as well as zapping him near skirmishes, so he can unleash his Scrap Blast, which damages the enemy in a cone while healing your own Boy. They move extremely fast, and their teleporting abilities make them capable of cropping up by the legion-load in unexpected places around the map.
Elder start off with the relatively weak Ranger units, but if you use their plasma grenades wisely, you’ll be able to take out their Space Marine and Or counterparts. Also, these Rangers use stealth automatically, so use them to uncover enemy territory then stay there to monitor their activity on the minimal.
As early as toucan in a match, use the Bonesinger’s Warp ability to zap yourself to the nodes around the center of the map. There’s no way your enemies will get to those central nodes sooner than you (unless they use this same trick), and it gives you a crucial early territorial advantage.
Their huge health and armor bars, along with pulverizing but slow-charging laser blaster thingies, make them formidable and frustrating opponents. The most important building to do this with is the Web way Gate, which you’ll always want to have fairly close to your front lines to boost your infantry’s shield regeneration and speed.
Her Singing Spear deals considerable damage in a straight line, then when it reaches its location it boosts surrounding Elder units. Use her to spearhead melee assaults, but don’t leave her hanging around in the fray for too long because she’s fragile beyond that initial moment of impact.
She’s useful in the early stages of a game alongside Howling Banshees to cause havoc amidst enemy infantry. Despite their cyborg ninja appearance, Warp Spiders are, like many things Elder, gentle creatures, but can drop teleports to send your fleet-footed army gallivanting through, making them fantastic for ambushes.
Send them towards an enemy force, drop a portal, attack that force from range, then when the enemy charges you, send your Howling Banshees through the portal to intercept the attackers (ideally, equip your Banshees with the excellent Improved Scream upgrade, and a well-timed Quick Strike) while the Spiders blast them from afar.