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Where To Find Nobles In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

Where To Find Nobles In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord
The Neretzes’s Folly quests asks you to seek 10 Nobles. In this guide on Where To Find Nobles In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord we break down the different methods you’ll need to use to complete this quest, a quest that has you exploring huge parts of the map tracking down Noble Lords.

Firstly, it’s best to mention that this is not a short quest. Even if you ignore everything else and focus entirely on completing this quest, it can take some time. There’s a lot of guess work, a lot of luck, and a lot of traveling. Nobles are special characters that, when found, will give you additional information to complete the Neretzes’s Folly quest.

Where To Find Nobles In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

Where To Find Nobles
When you are exploring the world finding Companions, upgrading troops, buying supplies, look out for Noble characters. If you’re very lucky, you will see a blue ! icon near the Noble characters party. This indicates that they are a Noble with the information you seek. They are quite rare to bump into but if you see one, track it down at all costs, then speak with the Noble to complete 1 part of the 10 different Nobles.

The best method is visiting Castles. When you visit a Castle you can ask the guard to open the gates, they usually do and it’s free. You can then request an audience in the Lords Room. If there are Nobles here, you will see them on the World Map as shown above. Then, you can go inside and speak with the Noble to get the information you need. There’s a good chance that the Noble you are looking for is not home. They are often out exploring, gathering supplies, trading, or in one instance, the guy I needed to speak with was held captive by bandits. When speaking with the Noble they will tell you who to speak with for the information you need. The name will be in blue. Click the blue name to find out details, such as last known location.

Where To Find Nobles

This is where the challenge comes in. You’ll have to track down the Noble and ask the information. Then, find another Castle with a Noble and repeat the process. That’s how you find Nobles.

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