Your objective in the game will be to become a vassal and take over Calradia. So you might want to learn how to become a vassal in MB2 Bannerlord. In Bannerlord, becoming a vassal isn’t very difficult, but for average players, it could take a few in-game months.
It’s possible that some of you recently began conquerors aren’t even sure how to do it. Do not fret. You will now receive your responses. Here’s how to become a vassal in MB2 Bannerlord and how to do it more quickly than you ever thought possible.
How to become a vassal in MB2 Bannerlord?
In Bannerlord, only one factor—your Clan Tier—determines whether you may become a vassal or not (Renown). You must first attain Clan Tier 2 in order to even be given the option to join a faction or kingdom. Up until that time, you can either roam about undertaking Mount and Blade activities or become a mercenary (Clan Tier 1).
You won’t need to take any more steps after you reach Clan Tier 2. Others might assert that in order to join a faction, you must first become a mercenary for that faction, but that is untrue. You can approach any of the faction leaders and request to become their vassal as soon as you have the required amount of renown (150 Renown = Clan Tier 2) in your account.
You will be required to take an oath of loyalty, and they will joyfully applaud your service. You can become their vassal by just responding to their questions.
How to reach Clan Tier 2 in Bannerlord?
In Bannerlord, there are two entertaining methods to obtain 150 Renown in a couple of days or, in the worst-case scenario, weeks:
- Lone Bandit Lord
- Tournament Champion
Lone Bandit Lord
The fastest way to reach Clan Tier 2 is by using this method, but it does necessitate some proficiency in riding a horse and archery. You’ll need a quick horse and a good bow. Start the game by investing all of your points in bow and riding.
Go over to a faction you won’t mind that will detest you and start invading their territory, now. Asking for their supplies would be the wisest course of action because you can later sell them. Since the militia has between 100 and 200 soldiers, you can get up to 40 renowned in single combat. Normally, you receive one renown for every five villagers.
The issue is that there will probably be archers, so be sure to use your surroundings to shield yourself from a humiliating demise. You may easily reach Clan Tier 2 in one in-game week if you consistently raid towns left and right by yourself, without any allies or an army.
Winning tournaments while traveling from town to town would be an excellent way to get money in Bannerlord as well as quickly become well-known. For each tournament you win, you receive 3 renown. If your main objective is to reach Clan Tier 2, this will obviously take a lot of time, therefore we’re going to add another objective to the strategy.
There are gangs in charge of different areas in every town you visit. You may get between 5 and 7 notoriety by traveling to every gang hideaway in the city and murdering them all. But you must handle this on your own. Ideally with a really powerful weapon. Since gangs often have 20 members, this may be rather challenging, but with your tournament gear, it shouldn’t be too difficult.
The appeal of this strategy is that eliminating gang members grants the player high reputation. At least better than the peasants. For every three to four dead gang members, you will receive one fame. For good players who want to put themselves to the test, this approach won’t take a week like the last one.