Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

Perma-imprisonment
Enemy stuck me in Tyal, which only has one possible approach. So when I finally manage to escape I immediately get captured again by some random noble. Good job.
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lmao, that sucks. Try sneaking back into the city and passing time until he leaves.
You may have to sacrifice your entire inventory (apart from a little food) to escape, one lone horseman should be able to outrun a group
Originally posted by NihilVerum:
Enemy stuck me in Tyal, which only has one possible approach. So when I finally manage to escape I immediately get captured again by some random noble. Good job.
Why are you letting yourself get imprisoned?
Bleiser Jun 14 @ 9:16am 
Originally posted by wizard_of_woz:
Originally posted by NihilVerum:
Enemy stuck me in Tyal, which only has one possible approach. So when I finally manage to escape I immediately get captured again by some random noble. Good job.
Why are you letting yourself get imprisoned?
What if he's a masochist...
Originally posted by NMGSGaming:
You may have to sacrifice your entire inventory (apart from a little food) to escape, one lone horseman should be able to outrun a group
Nope.
You come out of prison, spawn in front of the city and have to navigate the one path down while dozens of nobles are moving around you. You also start with the speed malus you get after battles it seems. Coming out of prison already means you have no inventory, much less a horse.
Originally posted by NihilVerum:
Originally posted by NMGSGaming:
You may have to sacrifice your entire inventory (apart from a little food) to escape, one lone horseman should be able to outrun a group
Nope.
You come out of prison, spawn in front of the city and have to navigate the one path down while dozens of nobles are moving around you. You also start with the speed malus you get after battles it seems. Coming out of prison already means you have no inventory, much less a horse.
Yeah, getting imprisoned is the pits, but you still should be able to outrun the average noble army.
Still, it sucks having to do the run of shame.
NihilVerum Jun 14 @ 10:03am 
I have to reiterate that this is specifically a problem with Tyal, because other cities aren't positioned at the end of a single mountain path. Elsewhere you can avoid hostile armies easily enough.
Originally posted by NihilVerum:
I have to reiterate that this is specifically a problem with Tyal, because other cities aren't positioned at the end of a single mountain path. Elsewhere you can avoid hostile armies easily enough.
I see. That is a different story then. Perhaps put it in the tech support section or something?
It's not really a bug but, I'd still say it falls under a very very loose definition of it.
Callum  [developer] Jun 14 @ 10:29am 
I've forwarded this to the devs. I'm not sure if anything will change but at least they will take a look and give it some thought.
NihilVerum Jun 14 @ 10:32am 
Originally posted by Callum:
I've forwarded this to the devs. I'm not sure if anything will change but at least they will take a look and give it some thought.

Thank you. I can provide a video or something if that helps. The Sturgian lands being... less than ideal... isn't exactly a secret though.
Callum  [developer] Jun 14 @ 10:44am 
Originally posted by NihilVerum:
Originally posted by Callum:
I've forwarded this to the devs. I'm not sure if anything will change but at least they will take a look and give it some thought.

Thank you. I can provide a video or something if that helps. The Sturgian lands being... less than ideal... isn't exactly a secret though.

I showed it to one of the team who handles the map, he is going to investigate this some more. :)

For now, you might want to consider enabling cheats and simply teleporting to another part of the map (before disabling cheats again or whatever).
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NihilVerum Jun 14 @ 11:55am 
Originally posted by Callum:
Originally posted by NihilVerum:

Thank you. I can provide a video or something if that helps. The Sturgian lands being... less than ideal... isn't exactly a secret though.

I showed it to one of the team who handles the map, he is going to investigate this some more. :)

For now, you might want to consider enabling cheats and simply teleporting to another part of the map (before disabling cheats again or whatever).

I can just reload earlier saves of course so it's not a huge deal, just annoying.
Here's an example:
https://files.catbox.moe/vq2v9e.mp4
NMGSGaming Jun 14 @ 12:49pm 
Looks like you have a massive herd debuff, do you have loads of horses in your inventory?
NihilVerum Jun 14 @ 12:53pm 
Originally posted by NMGSGaming:
Looks like you have a massive herd debuff, do you have loads of horses in your inventory?

You're right, I was convinced my inventory was entirely empty. However its only 4 horses plus the one I'm riding.
RJboxer Jun 14 @ 12:57pm 
Originally posted by the.lovewyrm:
Originally posted by NihilVerum:
Nope.
You come out of prison, spawn in front of the city and have to navigate the one path down while dozens of nobles are moving around you. You also start with the speed malus you get after battles it seems. Coming out of prison already means you have no inventory, much less a horse.
Yeah, getting imprisoned is the pits, but you still should be able to outrun the average noble army.
Still, it sucks having to do the run of shame.


This.

you should NOT be getting run down by ANYONE. Even with no horse.. you are ONE DUDE. NO ENCUMBRANCE.

Also "this is only Tyal". Yeah we know the map and what you are referring too.

Fun fact, RARELY.. errrr, i mean SUPER SUPER SUPER SUPER SUPER rarely is it where the AI is "camping" multiple lords around that corner... no matter WHOS at war.

So if u escape... wait a second.. or learn how to dodge..

This is a non issue.. and we've all had to do some crazy maneuvers in many map areas...
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