To use cheats, you must configure your game to allow cheats: After opening up the game launcher, before you click Play Mount&Blade, go to Configure. From there, go to the Game tab and check the box next to Enable Cheats.
However, it must be noted that playing with Cheats enabled will stop you from receiving Steam Achievements (Mount & Blade: Warband). If cheats are used, you may disable them again at any time to re-enable Steam achievements since they are only disabled for the sessions in which they are used.
It is an extremely useful tool for modders as it helps to "speed" gameplay time so features normally restricted to late game can be accessed far sooner.
|Ctrl+H||Heals your character.|
|Ctrl+Shift+H||Refills your horse's health.|
|Ctrl+F4||Delivers blunt damage to a random enemy (doesn't hurt horses).|
|Ctrl+alt+F4||Delivers blunt damage to all enemies.|
|Ctrl+F6||Delivers blunt damage to a random ally.|
|Ctrl+Shift+F6||Delivers blunt damage to all allies.|
|Ctrl+F5||AI takes control of the player character. You can command yourself with the party command keys.|
|Ctrl+F3||Delivers blunt damage to the player character.|
|Ctrl+F9||Toggles slow motion.|
|Ctrl+X||Gives you 1000 experience points while on the character screen.|
|Ctrl+X||Gives a selected soldier 100 experience points while on the party screen (retail version only).|
|Ctrl+X||Gives 1000 denars while on the inventory screen (retail version only).|
|Ctrl+W||Gives you 10 points to each Weapon Proficiency while on the character screen.|
|Ctrl+Left Click||Teleports the party to the cursor (when on the map screen).|
|Ctrl+T||Lets you see all parties and tracks on the map screen.|
|Ctrl+L||Automatic level up. Warning: Do not level past 62.|
* Warning: When going from level 62 to 63, the game overflows the level, instantly bumping you up by around 2000 levels. This may seem awesome at first, though quests that scale with your level will become impossible to complete such as Bandit Infestations or clearing out Bandit Camps as there will be thousands of enemies. Every hostile party will also run from you, no matter the difference in numbers. It also causes the game to crash frequently, even on higher-end systems.
The cheatmenu is a feature added in Warband that allows many more cheat options.
- Pressing Ctrl+~ (tilde, next to the number row) opens the console. Entering "cheatmenu" will activate the cheatmenu, which allows for a wide variety of debug cheats (for those whose where tilde doesn’t work press ctrl+¬ [below escape]).
- To deactivate the cheatmenu, bring the console back up and enter "nocheatmenu".
- In Warband, alternative way to bring up cheatmenu, since that tilde key doesn't work on every computer, is to go to "mount and blade warband\modules\native" and open "menus" -txt. There, look for mno_tutorial_cheat 1 31 2 1 0, and change the last value from 0 to 1. Save the "menus" on your desktop, change the name of the original menus into "back up" or something as easily recognizable. Now move the new menu into your native dictionary. For this to work, you also need to start a new game. When creating the new character, you get the option "CHEAT!" when choosing the town as your first destination. Choose "CHEAT!".
Note: This is not avaliable for trial versions.
- Go to your character page and click on statistics
- Click "Export Character".
- Minimize the game screen.
- Go to your documents folder.
- Find the file "Mount&Blade Warband Characters" (or "Characters" in the Mount&Blade Warband folder).
- Open the file labelled the name of your character.
- Change what you want for the character, e.g. delete the money you have and type in a bigger sum.
- Save and exit.
- Maximise the game screen.
- Go back to the statistics page and click "Import Character".
- Click import and continue playing as that character - who should now have stats that you had specified.