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Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord Guide by gamepressure.com

Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord Guide

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M&B 2 Bannerlord: Execution of the lord - how to, what are the consequences? Mount and Blade 2 guide, tips

You can execute captured lords in Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord. This is done in a very simple way, but it has long-term consequences. On this page of the guide you will learn how to kill the lord, and what are the consequences of such action. In other words, you'll find all the information about the execution of lords in Bannerlord.

How to kill another lord?

Lords can be killed while you check the party window. - M&B 2 Bannerlord: Execution of the lord - how to, what are the consequences? - FAQ - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord Guide
Lords can be killed while you check the party window.

All captured enemies (including lords) are visible in your party window in the slave section. To perform an execution, you must click on the name of the selected lord and then select the red icon called Execute Prisoner. A pop-up window will appear in which you must confirm your decision by selecting the Execute Him option. When you click the button, the selected lord will be killed immediately.

What are the consequences of killing a lord?

Killing lords affects the gameplay. - M&B 2 Bannerlord: Execution of the lord - how to, what are the consequences? - FAQ - Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord Guide
Killing lords affects the gameplay.

Of course, the execution of the lord in Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord has some important consequences. First of all, the killed lord permanently disappears from the game - there is no way to bring him back to life. The clan to which the lord belonged will not be satisfied. Your relations with them will deteriorate immediately. Also, it's worth mentioning that if the killed lord was the last member of the clan, then this clan will be completely destroyed.

Frequent executions also affect your character. The hero will be considered dishonorable. It will be harder to convince other lords to join your faction. For example, many lords will dislike you even before your first meeting.

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