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How To Sell Workshops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

How To Sell Workshops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord
Owning a Workshop is a great way to earn money but sometimes they do poor. This guide on How To Sell Workshops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord walks you through the process of either selling an under-performing Workshop or switching it to another part of production.

A lot of the mechanics surrounding Workshops are still unknown. One Smithy can be making 200 a day, another can be -300. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of sense to it. Even when you construct a Workshop in a region with supporting materials, it can be hit and miss. As such, it’s important that you make sure your Workshops are profitable. If one is constantly making you a loss or you want to try switching it to another production, there’s a very fast and easy way.

How To Sell Workshops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

The long way involves visiting the Workshop again. Speaking with a Worker and choosing to either sell the Workshop or change its production. This involves several loading screens and a lot of walking. Thankfully however, there is another method that is much quicker.

Press L to open the Clan menu. At the top of the screen are several new options. Select the Other tab. This tab shows all of the Workshops you currently own as well as information on how much money they are making. If you click any one of your Workshops you will get a bigger breakdown including the daily wage and the capital. At the bottom of this page there are two other options. Sell and Change Production.

This is how you sell your Workshops quickly. If you highlight the sell option, you can see how much money you will receive for selling it. Prior to the hotfix patch it was about 10-15k but now, I have one that I can sell for nearly 300k.

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