In the Tavern, you can usually find Ramun the Slave Trader (if he is not present, he will be found in Yalen). This is quite convenient in that he is the only prisoner trader who can be found with reliability. He will only pay you 50 denars per slave; this is the same fee as Ransom Brokers pay in classic Mount&Blade, but in Warband the Ransom Brokers' fees vary depending on the rank of the prisoner.
Besieging Tihr require construction of Siege Ladders.
This town is infamous for being particularly difficult to besiege, as it possesses not one, but two walls to overcome.
- Heavy Sword
- Bow & Arrows, Dagger
- Axe & Shield
None of the participants are on horses.
The Guild Master for Tihr is located directly behind and to the left of the player when 'Take a walk around the streets' is selected. He is standing on a terraced area of a large building.
- Pieces of the Strange set are found here in Mount&Blade, but the chest can only be found in Warband by using Editing mode.
|Territory of the Kingdom of Nords|
Sargoth • Tihr • Wercheg
Alburq Castle • Chalbek Castle • Curin Castle • Hrus Castle • Jelbegi Castle • Knudarr Castle
Aldelen • Ambean • Buillin • Fearichen • Fenada • Gisim(M&B) • Haen • Jayek • Jelbegi • Kulum
Kwynn • Mechin(WB) • Odasan • Rizi • Ruvar • Udiniad(M&B) • Vayejeg