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Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord: Workshop - how to buy? Mount and Blade 2 guide, tips

Workshop objects in Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord can be used as a safe way to earn passive income. You can buy a Workshop on your own in any city - after a while it can start earning gold. On this page of our guide you will learn how to buy a Workshop, how to change production type and which Workshop is the best.

Is it worth to buy a Workshop?

Workshop objects are used to generate passive income. - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord: Workshop - how to buy? - FAQ - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord Guide
Workshop objects are used to generate passive income.

Workshop in Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord is used to earn money in a passive way - that is, you don't have to do any activities to make money after you buy it. You don't have to pay your employees or provide materials for production. The earnings are constantly fluctuating and are usually small - earning 200 gold a day is a good result. However, it is worth remembering that Workshop never brings losses. It may turn out that the Workshop will not earn anything during a particular day. But this won't strain your budget.

In other words, buying a Workshop is a safe investment. One such facility probably won't even cover your soldiers' wages. However, after a long time you will get your gold back. Of course, you can have more than one Workshop - then your earnings will increase.

For comparison - the earnings from caravans can be much higher, but running caravans is also associated with expenses. Whether your caravan makes money or not, you will have to pay for its security every day, and the first days of the caravan's operation usually involve some losses.

How to buy a Workshop?

You have to find any Workshop in a particular city. - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord: Workshop - how to buy? - FAQ - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord Guide
You have to find any Workshop in a particular city.

Buying a Workshop is very easy, but you have to prepare an amount of 13,000 gold pieces. Travel to any city and look for one of the Workshops - Brewery, Tannery, Pottery, Linen Weavery or Olive Press.

Then talk to a character named Shop Worker. This character may sell you the Workshop property. - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord: Workshop - how to buy? - FAQ - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord Guide
Then talk to a character named Shop Worker. This character may sell you the Workshop property.

You will come across a character named Shop Worker - talk to him and choose the option to buy the local Workshop. If you have enough gold, you can immediately become an owner and choose which production you want to start.

Which Workshop is the best?

You have to decide what goods you want to produce. - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord: Workshop - how to buy? - FAQ - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord Guide
You have to decide what goods you want to produce.

It is not obvious which Workshop is the best in Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord. Earnings depend on the location of the Workshop, and more specifically on the resources that are common and cheap in a specific city. Surrounding villages have an impact on this. For example, if a Wool is produced in nearby settlements, a Wool Weavery Workshop will be the best choice. You must also remember that your earnings are affected by the situation in the region. If the surrounding villages are constantly under attack, you won't make much money here.

The table below shows which type of Workshop is worth buying in a particular city:

Town / City

Best Workshop type

Akkalat

Wool Weavery

Amitatys

Brewery

Amprela

Velvet Weaver

Argoron

Wood workshop

Askar

Brewery

Balgard

Linen Weavery

Baltakhand

Wool Weavery

Car Banseth

Wood workshop

Chaikand

Silversmith, Brewery

Charas

Olive Press

Danustica

Pottery Shop

Dunglanys

Brewery

Epicrotea

Smithy

Galen

Olive Press

Hubyar

Olive Press, Linen Weavery

Husn Fulq

Pottery, Brewery

Iyakis

Olive Press, Brewery

Jaculan

Olive Press

Jalmarys

Brewery

Lageta

Olive Press, Smithy, Wood Workshop

Lycaron

Wool Weavery

Makeb

Wood Workshop, Smithy

Marunath

Brewery, Smithy

Myzea

Velvet Weaver

Ocs Hall

Brewery

Odok

Pottery Shop

Omor

Brewery

Onira

Silversmith

Ortongard

Wood workshop

Ortysia

Olive Press

Ostican

Olive Press

Pen Cannoc

Winery

Phycaon

Brewery

Poros

Wool Weavery

Pravend

Olive Press

Qasira

Brewery

Quyaz

Olive Press, Linen Weavery

Revyl

Linen Weavery

Rhotae

Brewery

Rovalt

Smithy

Sanala

Brewery

Saneopa

Brewery

Sargot

Brewery

Seonon

Wood workshop

Syronea

Olive Press

Tyal

Wool Weavery

Vanovapool

Smithy

Varcheg

Linen Weavery

Vostrum

Brewery

Zeonica

Brewery

How to change the type of production?

You can change the production type in your clans window by selecting the Other tab. - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord: Workshop - how to buy? - FAQ - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord Guide
You can change the production type in your clan's window by selecting the Other tab.

You can change your Workshop type at any time. This is useful when the object is not earning a lot of money or its earnings are significantly reduced. You can change the production type in the clan's window - in the Other tab choose a particular Workshop and press the Change Production button. This will show a list of all types of production. Each change of production type costs 2000 pieces of gold.

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