Bannerlord Mods


After an excruciating wait, it’s still hard to believe that Bannerlord is actually out, even though it has been a couple of years since the onslaught of delays and early access teases.

Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlords’ fans are beyond dedicated to the strategy action medieval war game.

No contemporary games compare to the refined experience of being on the battlefields of Calradia, torn by civil war.

The secret to the PC version of the game’s consistent, moderate success is partly due to the varied multiplayer game modes where you command AND fight with legions of soldiers.

A blend of the skill-based directional combat system and the mental strategy required offers a novel, fun time.

We can’t believe it’s still an early access version. What does that term even mean anymore in the world of PC games?

Best Bannerlord Mods

Most games with dedicated player bases and infinite replayability rely on customization (Bannerlord has a surprisingly complex character creation system) and the potential for the players to dictate their own playstyles; naturally, this gives rise to modding communities.

Mods add the visions of the most dedicated players directly into the game and its community.

Developer Console

Developer Console

Have you ever wanted to be able to see behind the curtain? To have access to all the secrets that game developers keep hidden from the public?

With a simple hotkey command, the Developer Console allows players to open up the dev console and see all sorts of exciting things.

Want to know what your opposition has brewing? Want to bend the rules or pull values for your own mods for Mount and Blade II: Bannerlord?

Just type in the correct commands and find out! Or perhaps you’re just curious about how the game works. Now you can take a peek and see for yourself.

Of course, this mod isn’t for everyone. If you’re not comfortable poking around in the code and data, then it’s probably best to steer clear.

But this mod is definitely worth checking out for those who are curious and adventurous.

Character Export Import

Character Export Import

If you’re like us and you’ve ever found yourself getting fed up with the characters in your Bannerlord game, then we have some great news for you!

The Character Export Import mod adds a tool to export characters from your game, edit them however you like, and then import them back into the game.

The possibilities are endless. You could even import a friend’s characters from their game and command and fight as if they were your own.

Overall, this mod is a great way to add extra customization and flair to your Bannerlord experience. Check it out!

It’s not the most complicated or best Bannerlord mod, but it has more utility than almost any other.

Party Screen Enhancements

Party Screen Enhancements

Mount and Blade II: Bannerlord is a game that revolves around managing your own legions of fighters.

From low-level grunts to highly-trained knights, it’s up to you to ensure your troops are well-equipped and ready for battle.

The right mix of unit types is essential for success on the battlefield, but Bannerlord also requires you to manage your parties of units carefully.

This can be time-consuming, especially when you’re dealing with large numbers of troops.

Fortunately, there’s a mod called Party Screen Enhancements that streamlines the process by adding buttons that allow you to quickly upgrade all of your troops’ equipment at once, among other features.

Sound the Alarm

Sound The Alarm

This mod, called Sound the Alarm, adds a custom notification system that creates popups for when your villages, towns, or castles are attacked and when any other empire signs declarations of war or peace.

This mod is huge for those who want to be more strategic in their gameplay while also having a less hassle-filled micro-management experience. Sound the Alarm allows players to be confident that they won’t be caught off guard.



Have you ever been annoyed by those pesky bandits who won’t leave you alone? Many players consider the mild yet constant threat of roving bandits more of a nuisance than a challenge.

Well, worry no more- there’s a mod for Bannerlord called Buypatrols that lets you hire patrols from any settlement to help protect you from bandits!

This mod features a thorough suite of customizable settings so that you can tailor it to your specific needs. Plus, it’s always nice to have extra help when trying to protect your hard-earned loot!

Bear My Banner

Bear My Banner

Have you ever wanted to feel like Jon Snow, commanding your own army of loyal followers into battle? Or maybe you’ve always dreamed of being a medieval queen, presiding over grand tournaments and feasts.

Whatever your ambitions, the Mount and Blade II mod Bear My Banner is here to help make them a reality. Like with many other popular mods, Bear My Banner enhances customization.

This mod allows players to create and display custom banners for each formation, tournament themes, and more. This easy download is ideal if you’re looking for a little something extra in your Mount and Blade II experience.

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