How To Sell Workshops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

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Workshops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord are a great way to earn money in the game. As you adventure around the world, you will find various towns and villages with Workshops selling and buying various goods. You can also buy these properties to make a bit of extra Denar on the side. While you won’t be drowning in cash playing the real estate market, it adds a new dimension to the game.

The economy in the game does appear to have a fair amount of randomness to it. Workshops in one city can be making a tidy sum of profit, then dip into a loss days later within the same economic conditions. It’s not like Workshops that supplied them are suddenly closing up, so there must be some wizardry going on behind-the-scenes here. Despite your best efforts, sometimes Workshops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord will go profoundly into the negative, and it’s time to sell them.

To sell Workshops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord, you have two options. You can either take the immersive but longer route of journeying to the Workshop and interacting with the Worker NPC, or you can simply open your Clan menu and navigate to the Other tab. By default the keybind for this is L.

From this menu, you can change production at any Workshop by clicking on it, or you can sell it entirely. If you need some emergency cash by selling a low-profit shop, this is a good option to keep in mind. The Sell option is a nice windfall of cashflow for both profitable and unprofitable shops. Some players are reporting making an easy 300,000 Denar by selling their best shops.

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