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How To Increase Party Size Even Further In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

How To Increase Party Size Even Further In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord
Party Size is vital in Bannerlord. This guide on How To Increase Party Size Even Further In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord builds on our previous new player guide with newly discovered options and leveling features that can make your Party Size even bigger, into the 200s.

In our first Party Size guide we went over the basics of increasing your party size. Leveling the Quartermaster aspect of the Steward skill tree is the single and most important influence on your Party Size limit. It’s one of the easiest skills to level requiring only that you keep your army well fed with a large variety of different consumable food types. However, with a bit more experience under our belt, we’ve found two other ways of drastically increasing the size of your Party Limit.

How To Increase Party Size Even Further In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

Firstly, your Clan rank. Press L to open the Clan screen and then look in the upper right corner. This is your Clan Tier. Each Tier gives you more Party Size limit. For example, as a Tier 3 clan, I get an additional +15 Party Size, allowing me to add a further 15 soldiers to my party limit. This is constantly growing as your Clan Tier gets higher. To increase your Clan Tier you need Renown, lots of Renown.

Now, if you have managed to unlock your own Kingdom, there is another single bonus that is huge. Once you have your own Kingdom do some fighting and earn some Influence. You need to get 50 Influence.

Then open the Kingdom menu with K and select the Policies tab. There is a Policy here called Royal Guard. Among other things, Royal Guard increases your party by a huge 80. 80 additional soldiers for your party size.

Special units can really help you recruit more troops. In this guide on How To Recruit Special Units In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord we explain a great but rarely used mechanic that lets you recruit more troops than just the towns and villages have to offer, including exclusive and special units.
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