MOUNT AND BLADE II: BANNERLORD MARRIAGE – HOW TO GET MARRIED
Your character has a basic steed or weapon at the beginning of Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord. However, they can lead a kingdom with their spouse and heirs through negotiation, conquest and marriage.
It can be not easy, so we have compiled everything you need about marriage in Blade 2: Bannerlord. This guide details the steps required to find a man or woman to suit your character.
Mount and Blade 2 – Bannerlord Marriage
Finding a spouse is the first step to marriage in Mount & Blade 2 – Bannerlord. If you are near a castle, large town or other landmarks, go to the landlords. Or choose the person you wish to pursue from the row at the top.
It might take a while to see several castles and large towns at different times, but persistence is the key.
Right-clicking the person of opposing opens their Encyclopedia page, which allows you to see if they are married. Mount & Blade II Bannerlord doesdoesn’tow polygamy at the moment.
Begin by talking to them. Next, tell them that you are an avid admirer of their work and would like to marry them. You will need to convince your future spouse by using various dialogue options. You don don’t want the character to lose interest in you if you make the wrong choices.
Select the dialogue option about spending time together after you have expressed your interest in marrying them. This will start a conversation minigame in which your character must use their skills. You must choose the right option at least two or three times.
You don don’t have to guess correctly, but yellow arrows or red X marks indicate each option’s likelihood of success or failure. The highest number of yellow represents the greatest chance of success. However, luck is not always on your side.
You must pass the minigame at least a few times before moving on to Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord. However, some players report being able to get lucky with persuasion checks, which can speed up the process.
After winning your future spouse over, you need to ask permission from their father/family leader before you can wed. You can find out the location of your future spouse by asking them.
Once you have a good idea of who and where they are last seen it’sit’se to set off on a chase, it can end quickly or take a long time, depending on where you are and how accurate you are at guessing the targtarget’ste through Calradia.
Once you have reached the father or family head, you must swap to get the marriage contract. You can now marry the father or family head by adding enough money or items to the dialogue box on the left.
Marriage in Mount & Blade II, Bannerlord offers a few benefits. Your spouse and their party will move into your clan automatically. You’You’lld your spouse and their party in any of your cities or castles, as long as they don’don’te an army. If they do have an army, they will likely lead it. However, you Youll for their maintenance.
Your spouse can fight with you or even oversee your holdings. Just keep an eye on their strengths and check out what they are good at.
Marriage can result in an heir you can play as should your character be killed in battle or old age. It also transfers items in the spouspouse’ssession to you, which you can use as you please.