TaleWorlds Entertainment has point by point the intricate crime and punishment framework for its upcoming medieval sandbox RPG Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord—hope to pay off watchmen, toss your political load around to get charges dropped and, on the off chance that you fizzle, visit the killer.
Each crime you carry out will add to a Crime Rating that is explicit to that region. The rating of a crime relies upon its seriousness—smuggling merchandise will get you into less inconvenience than murdering an exchange band—and the world will respond to your present rating accordingly.
Comprehensively, your general rating will fall into gentle, moderate or serious sections. Mellow criminals will to a great extent be disregarded, yet moderate criminals will be banished from entering settlements in the region they perpetrated their crimes, while serious crimes will see you chased down and rebuffed. More often than not, you can clear your record by paying a fine—however in some cases that won’t be sufficient, and you’ll be hauled to a legal killer.
However, there are courses around the law, as well. You can pay off gatekeepers to get into settlements you’d generally be banned from, or you could attempt on a camouflage and sneak in. In case you’re a vassal of the kingdom where you’re needed, you may almost certainly incline toward your influence to get the charges dropped, however it will influence your association with your individual rulers. On the off chance that you’re the leader of the territory, at that point you can do what you need, yet again, it’ll influence your standing with your rulers, and the happiness of your kingdom will drop.