Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

Trading experiance
Hello!
im trading but i recive no trading experiance how is that possible and i got learning rate at 12. pleaselp me out
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GIJoe597 Oct 17 @ 11:32am 
What are you trading? You only get exp when you sell "trade items" for a profit. Not armor/weapons.
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Stray952 Oct 17 @ 12:31pm 
You only get trading experience if sell for a profit. Strat Gaming on YouTube has a lengthy guide if you want to watch that.

If you're aiming to increase Trade, I have found the best items to buy are Aserai horses for 700, and Desert horses for under 300. They will build up in surplus in ... I think it's Askar. Then while you're selling the horses just pick up local items for cheap and sell them at the next place while you're selling horses. Just check the villages around the cities to see what local production is in surplus. But trading goods will only get you a little profit/experience.

The horses can be sold for big profits in Ocshall and other Vlandian cities, also in a few of the Sturgian cities. You may have to wait a year or so for the surplus to build up, in the meantime just work on saving up capital.

Best of luck!
Originally posted by Stray952:
You only get trading experience if sell for a profit. Strat Gaming on YouTube has a lengthy guide if you want to watch that.

If you're aiming to increase Trade, I have found the best items to buy are Aserai horses for 700, and Desert horses for under 300. They will build up in surplus in ... I think it's Askar. Then while you're selling the horses just pick up local items for cheap and sell them at the next place while you're selling horses. Just check the villages around the cities to see what local production is in surplus. But trading goods will only get you a little profit/experience.

The horses can be sold for big profits in Ocshall and other Vlandian cities, also in a few of the Sturgian cities. You may have to wait a year or so for the surplus to build up, in the meantime just work on saving up capital.

Best of luck!
dude in a year, you would be already millionaire and maxed trading skill by trading with normal trade goods...
You ideally want to buy things that are produced in one area and sell them in one that doesn't produce those things. Like buying fur from villages in the north and selling them in the south for example. Buying horses from the east and south and selling them to the other factions will level it up quite fast. Eventually you'll unlock a perk that'll show you the relative prices of things with a colour so you can easily sell your trade goods if it's green and buy things that are green so you're always making profits. Items will show a red price if under/over valued so don't buy or sell if it's red.
Ok, I can do some update now as I am currently playing as pure trader.
From start just buy basic stuff when green, sell it high.
But just little bit later when you can afford some army, do it, raise your army so you can trade with horses, if you dont have army, you will be slow, the more horses you will have the slower you will be, its called Herd penalty, you want to keep it at bay so you can trade fast, but on the other hand, the more horses you have the more profit you make and if your infantry have horses you will be faster, so there is fine balance, which you will have to find it on your own, but in general, more soldiers you have in your army, the more animals you can have without the penalty.
sometimes the price dif. is so big, you can have tens of thousands profit from one run - that means a hell lot of trading exp
try looking in the desert, buy desert horses and asrai horses when the price is below 200/1000 and just click somewhere on the other side of the map and take a look into some cities and be rich
Sumpter horses and mules can also be traded for good profits.
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Date Posted: Oct 17 @ 8:03am
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