Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Conspiracy Quest Guide
This quest is a mess. This Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Conspiracy Quest Guide will walk you through the little information we have on this quest, Istiana’s Plan, that sees the disgruntled soldier attempt to overthrow your thrown through conspiracy. Although I am unable to verify, I would assume that Arzagos has a similar quest if you opt to side with Istiana instead.
This is part of the main story quest. At this point, I can only assume it’s party of the limited content Early Access package. I do not believe the quest is working as intended. As you continue through your adventure you will often get prompts saying the quest has failed, progressed, and returned. This represents the conspiracy building up over time. You can check the total of the conspiracy on the quest page.
Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Conspiracy Quest GuideTo the best of my knowledge, you are unable to stop the conspiracy in its infancy. I attempted to track down and kill Istiana but she is invincible and takes no damage. So, the only logical alternative, is to wait. As the Conspiracy continues to build it will eventually encourage a war. This may differ depending on your social status, your allies, your locations, but for me it caused a war with Western, Northern, and Southern Empire factions. At this point, new quest objectives appear that do actually function.
You will be told to either eliminate each of the enemies that have declared war on you, or battle them into signing a peace agreement. The latter is actually simple, it’s very easy to make peace in Bannerlord, but ultimately the choice is yours. I will update this guide should anything else arise, I just wanted to make sure people stopped wasting time trying to cancel the conspiracy early. Just wait until around the 1400 Conspiracy marker, that’s when the war happens.
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