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A group of vassals following their Marshall.

A vassal is a servant of a ruler, and are usually lords of castles and villages. There are many vassals in the game, each one aligned to a certain faction. The player can become a vassal by swearing an oath to a king or by marrying into the family of one of his vassals.

When swearing an oath to a king, the king will bestow upon the vassal a fief, which will be the current poorest village in the faction's territory. You will also be given the option to choose a Banner, if you don't already have one.

Breaking your oath will result in a large drop of honor and relation, as well as making enemies with all of your previous faction. They can be restored if you want to be friends with them again by allying with another faction, however your honor will stay the same.

In Warband, the player can create their own kingdom and give vassalage to their companions, thus allowing them to have their own army.

Non-Town/Castle Owning Vassals does not start spawning until Day 1 in the Afternoon. Every faction have 20 vassals, 8 old ones and 12 young ones.

Titles[]

Warband[]

All vassals held the title of "Lord" in classic Mount&Blade, however Warband gave the various factions different titles.

Faction Title Placement Meaning
Khergit Khanate Noyan After name Mongolian: Commander/Gentleman
Kingdom of Nords Jarl Before name Old Norse-derived: Chieftain
Kingdom of Rhodoks
Kingdom of Swadia
Count Before name A particular high-ranking European noble title
Sarranid Sultanate Emir Before name Arabic: Commander/Prince/High-ranking Sheikh
Kingdom of Vaegirs Boyar Before name Russian/Ukrainian/Romanian/Bulgarian: Commander/aristocrat
Player kingdom Lord Before name A person of authority
Bunduk Tribune Before name Roman: an elected official who worked for the plebeians

With Fire & Sword[]

With Fire & Sword expanded on titles, giving various titles even within the same Nation.

Nation Title Placement Meaning
Crimean Khanate Bey After name Turkic: Chieftain
Crimean Khanate Khan After name Turkic: Military ruler
Crimean Khanate Mirza Before name Turkic: Prince
(In reality, Turkic grammar would dictate this title be placed after the name)
Crimean Khanate Pasha After name Turkic: Lord
Cossack Hetmanate Army Chief Before name -
Cossack Hetmanate Colonel Before name Senior military officer below general
Cossack Hetmanate Company Commander Before name Commanding officer of a "company"
Kingdom of Sweden Baron Before name Title of nobility
Kingdom of Sweden Elector Before name Member of the electoral college of the Holy Roman Empire
Kingdom of Sweden General Before name High-ranking officer
Kingdom of Sweden Governor Before name An executive official
Kingdom of Sweden Governor-General Before name An official representing the monarch in an independent territory
Kingdom of Sweden Ratsherr Before name German: Councilor
Muscovite Tsardom Chief Before name Supreme military commander (Ataman)
Muscovite Tsardom Prince Before name A hereditary title of nobility
Muscovite Tsardom Noble Before name A person of nobility
Muscovite Tsardom Warlord Before name A person with civil and military control over an area (Voivode)
Polish Commonwealth Colonel Before name Senior military officer below general
Polish Commonwealth Cornet Before name Cavalry officer
Polish Commonwealth Hetman Before name Polish: General
Polish Commonwealth Prince Before name A hereditary title of nobility
Polish Commonwealth Warlord Before name A person with civil and military control over an area

Viking Conquest[]

Viking Conquest has an all new set of titles. Many of them overlap between the numerous factions in the game.

Factions Title Placement Meaning
Kingdom of Alban
Kingdom of Laigin
Kingdom of Mumain
Kingdom of Uladh
Tribe of Osraige
Ard Tiarna Before name Irish: High lord
Kingdom of West Seaxe Aetheling Before name A prince eligible to the throne
Kingdom of Northhymbre Cyning Before name Old English: King
Kingdom of East Engle
Kingdom of Mierce
Kingdom of West Seaxe
Dryhten Before name Old English: Lord; Governor
Kingdom of East Engle
Kingdom of Mierce
Kingdom of Northhymbre
Kingdom of West Seaxe
Ealdorman Before name Chief magistrate
Kingdom of Danmark
Kingdom of Laithlind
Kingdom of Northhymbre
Kingdom of Northvegr
Hersir Before name Viking commander
Kingdom of Northhymbre
Kingdom of Northvegr
Konungr Before name Old Norse: King
Kingdom of Danmark
Kingdom of Friese
Kingdom of Laithlind
Kingdom of Northhymbre
Kingdom of Northvegr
Jarl Before name Old Norse-derived: Chieftain
Kingdom of Alt Clut
Kingdom of Cornubia
Kingdom of Glywyssing
Kingdom of Gwynedd
Guledic Before name Chief elder
Kingdom of Alban
Kingdom of Alt Clut
Kingdom of Brycheiniog
Kingdom of Connachta
Kingdom of Cornubia
Kingdom of Glywyssing
Kingdom of Gwynedd
Kingdom of Mide
Kingdom of Uladh
Tribe of Osraige
Ui Neill of Aileach
Mael Before Name Middle Welsh: Prince
Kingdom of Gwynedd Ri Before Name King
Ui Neill of Aileach Ruire Before Name King
Kingdom of Alban
Kingdom of Connachta
Kingdom of Laigin
Kingdom of Mide
Kingdom of Mumain
Kingdom of Uladh
Ui Neill of Aileach
Tiarna Before name Irish: Lord
Kingdom of Glywyssing
Kingdom of Gwynedd
Tiern Before name Spelling variant of Tiarna; Lord

Houses of vassals[]

Some vassals are in a family of others (Warband and Bannerlord only). If you intend to make a syndicate of vassals, it is highly recommended to find the oldest vassal and set him as standard, as he will have many sons, nephews, and sons-in-law who are vassals too.

Note that certain members of family are randomized at the beginning of a new game. Only the younger vassals' parents and siblings, and the older vassals' spouse and children are not randomized.

Vassals in the same family will...

  • Not try to denounce, indict, or attack each other.
  • Ask players for help when one of them is captured.
  • Pressure or support romance of player and a lady, if the lady is member of that family.
  • Try to denounce other families aggressively.

Romance of vassals[]

You are not the only person dealing with courtships. Unmarried vassals will meet with ladies and occasionally marry them.

Male characters may see vassals as rivals. If you have a contender in romance and you don't want to lose, you can:

  • Duel with him.
  • Damage his renown, or indict treason.
  • Gain more renown and become a more competent groom.

Note that above ways will damage your relationship with that vassal, resulting in damage to your kingdom.

Female characters can attempt to marry vassals, but depending upon their personalities, not everyone will be receptive to the idea.

Realigning[]

Sometimes, a vassal will change their alignment if:

  • Their kingdom is defeated and they have nowhere to go.
  • They think their kingdom is hopeless.
  • They have a low relation with their liege.
  • The player persuades them to realign.

Note that while most vassals think realigning is a dishonorable act, many of them will do so with every month or so. Especially when Syndicating of that kingdom is serious.

Also, if you managed to persuade a lord that is in a faction you are in war with to become one of your faction's vassal, his title will be changed to that specific faction. For example, if you persuade a Swadian Count to join the Kingdom of Nords, his title will be changed to Jarl. However, you have to successfully persuade them, or their title remains the same, and they will stay in that faction. Success requires very high charisma and persuasion around 8-10, though you can decrease these requirements by increasing your relations before you are at war with that faction.

Personalities[]

All vassals have different values and personalities, ranging from peaceful inland patrol to restless warmongers. Senior vassals (the ones who already have children) have consistent personalities between games, while the younger vassals' personalities are randomly assigned at the start of every new game.

Most of the Vassal who owns cities are usually Martial, a kingdom with an extra city usually have a lord that have personalities that are not Martial, all of them are Quarrelsome (with exception of Clais who is Pitiless

Regarding release[]

If defeated in battle by the player, some lords take being released as honorable act. Others, however, will take it as an offense, stating that "You would rather see me free and humiliated than in chains." You gain relationship bonuses after you release them, and you get your chance to beg them to let you go in the next battle (with a big cost of relationship points). However as mentioned before, some take being released as dishonorable, resulting in a relationship penalty on your next meeting. The best way to find out who hates being released is by releasing every caught lord and keeping track. Also, when capturing a lord, he will make a certain statement such as "grant me the honors of war" or "I yield, call off your dogs". Usually when this remark is "honorable" they will like being released. When they offend you they are likely to hate you for it.

Regarding war[]

Some lords hate wars. They stick themselves inside the kingdom, battle with bandits, and do nothing else. If that lord becomes marshall of the kingdom, the campaigns will often be touch-and-go without any progress every time. With aggressive lords, it's the exact opposite. Lords do tend to support their friends, if a lord has many friends within his faction, then his friends will attempt to help defend his fiefs, whereas if a lord is hated, they will not defend him by their own choice.

Regarding foreigners[]

The player is always of foreign birth, and this attracts hate from some xenophobic lords. If you try to marry a lady, some lords will say you're foreigner and have no rights to do so. The result is nearly -10 relationship penalty.

Normal Introduction and Rumor[]

Personality Introduction (low Renown) Introduction (high Renown) Introduction (Noble) Rumor
Upstanding Peace to you, and always remember to temper your valor with mercy, your courage with honor. I know your name. They say you are a most valiant warrior. I can only hope that your honour and mercy matches your valor. I see that you carry a nobleman's banner, but I do not recognize the device. No doubt you have come to Calradia in search of wealth and glory. If this indeed is the case, then I only ask that you show mercy to those poor souls caught in the path of war. People say that it is good to be in the service of <name>. He is good to his followers, and rewards them if they work well.
Martial Perhaps you are not of gentle birth, but even a commoner, be he of sufficient valor, may make something of himself some day. Your fame runs before you! Perhaps we shall test each other's valor in a tournament or on the battlefield! I see that you carry a nobleman's banner, but I do not recognize the device. No matter -- a brave {man's/warrior's} home is all the world, or so they say! They say that <name> loves nothing more than war.
Good-Natured Well, you look like a good enough sort. I've heard of you! It's very good to finally make your acquaintance. I see that you carry a nobleman's banner, but I do not recognize the device. Forgive my ignorance, {sir/my lady}! It is good to make your acquaintance They say that <name> is a good man and treats people living in his lands decently. That is more than what can be said for most of the nobles.
Quarrelsome Speak quickly, if you have anything to say, for I have no time to be bandying words with common soldiers of fortune. I've heard of you. Well, I'm not one for bandying words, so if you have anything to say, out with it. I don't recognize the device on your banner. No doubt another foreigner come to our lands, as if we didn't have so many here already. They say that <name> almost came to blows with another lord lately, because the man made a joke about his nose.
Cunning Well... I have not heard of you, but you have the look of a man who might make something of himself, some day Ah, yes. At last we meet. You sound like a good man to know. Let us speak together, from time to time I see that you carry a nobleman's banner, but I do not recognize the device. Still, it is always worthwhile to make the acquaintance of {men/women} who may one day prove themselves to be great warriors. They say that <name> is a cunning opponent.
Pitiless You have the look of a mercenary, another vulture come to grow fat on the misery of the land. I know your name. It strikes fear in men's hearts. That is good. Perhaps we should speak together, some time. I see that you carry a nobleman's banner, but I do not recognize the device. Another vulture come to grow fat on the leftovers of war, no doubt! I heard that <name> has a squire executed because the unfortunate man killed a deer in his forest.
Sadistic Normally I cut the throats of impudent commoners who barge into my presence uninvited, but I am in a good mood today. I know your name -- and from what I hear, I'll warrant that many a grieving widow knows too. But that is no concern of mine. I see that you carry a nobleman's banner, but I do not recognize the device. Perhaps you are the bastard {son/daughter} of a puffed-up cattle thief? Or perhaps you stole it? They say that <name> likes to torture his enemies. I wouldn't want to get on the bad side of that man.

Female Introduction[]

Personalities Introduction (Low Renown) Introduction (High Renown) Introduction (Noble)
Upstanding It is not every day that we see a woman caparisoned for war. Please do not take this amiss, my lady, for you have every right to protect yourself, but I cannot pretend to be fully comfortable with your decision to fight in battle. I would prefer that women be untouched by these wars, as I believe the female to be the custodian of what little gentility and tenderness remains to us. Greetings, my lady. Even with the dust of the march upon your clothes and gear, I can see that you are not lacking in the graces of your noble sex. It is not every day that we see a woman caparisoned for war. Please do not take this amiss, my lady, for you have every right to protect yourself, but I cannot pretend to be fully comfortable with your decision to fight in battle. I would prefer that women be untouched by these wars, as I believe the female to be the custodian of what little gentility and tenderness remains to us.
Martial I must say, my lady -- do be careful, riding about this dangerous land. If you ever wished to seek a more... em... settled life, I'm sure I could find you a worthy husband from among my men. Greetings, my lady. Although I see from your demeanor that you are not a conventional maiden, I hope that you are not averse to a declaration of admiration from me, your most humble servant. I do not recognize the device on your banner, but clearly you are a lady of rank. Please consider me your most humble servant.
Good-Natured From the look of you, I suppose you can handle yourself, but do be careful out there, my lady. My lady, if you are skilled as arms as you are fair in countenance, then your enemies should indeed fear you! I see that you carry a nobleman's banner, but I do not recognize the device. Forgive my ignorance,, my lady! It is good to make your acquaintance.
Quarrelsome By the way, girl -- does your husband know that you nicked his weapons and armor? I'll bet you're in for a right old beating when you get home! Heh. Fancy this -- a maiden, all equipped for war. Well, it's a strange sight, but in your case, I can imagine that it might grow on me. I don't recognize the device on that banner. Clearly another foreigner come to our lands, bringing their strange ways.
Cunning It is not unheard-of for a woman to seek her fortune on the battlefields of Calradia, but neither is it usual. I shall be most interested in your progress. Greetings, my lady. Please do not think it forward, if I say that it is unusual to see a woman caparisoned for war. I hope that one day I may be the father of a daughter possessed of such bravery and spirit. It is not unheard-of for a woman to seek her fortune on the battlefields of Calradia, but neither is it usual. I shall be most interested in your progress.
Pitiless These are fallen times indeed, when even women turn brigand, to pick the leavings from the wreckage of war. It is unusual to see a woman girt for war. Be careful, my lady -- it is a harsh world, and it would be a shame to see such beauty marred by a sword-blow. I see that you carry a noble's banner, but I do not recognize the device... You should know, lady, that in Calradia it is the men to ride to war, and if you seek to overturn the natural order of things, you will find your fair head stuck on a pike -- like that of any other rebel!
Sadistic A woman, caparisoned for war! Well, I suppose that you're no more womanly than most of those in my service who call themselves warriors. What have we here! A woman, caparisoned for war! Well, I dare say that one as fair as you could lend a touch of femininity even to a mail hauberk. You appear to be of noble rank, but I don't recognize your banner. Clearly, another foreigner come to our shores -- no doubt from a land where men are weak, and the women ride to war in their place!

Politics[]

Personalities Private Chat (Insufficient Relation) Private Chat (Low Relationship) Philosophy Rebellion Dillemia Rebellion Dilemma 2
Upstanding I would prefer to conduct our affairs out in the open. Do not take this amiss, but with you, I would prefer to conduct our affairs out in the open. Kingship and lordship have been instituted to keep the peace and prevent the war of all against all, yet that must not blind us to the possibility of injustice. This is troublesome. It is a grave thing to declare my homage to (faction leader) to be null and void, and dissolve the bonds which keep our land from sinking into anarchy. Yet I am also pledged to support the legitimacy of the succession, and (claimant) also has a valid claim to the throne. I feel that I must do whatever is best for the realm, to avoid it being laid waste by civil war and ravaged by its enemies.
Martial Forgive me, but I'm not one for going off in corners to plot. Pleace do not take this amiss, but I do not trust you. My sword is at the disposal of my rightful liege, so long as he upholds his duty to me. (claimant) was clearly wronged. Although I gave an oath to (faction leader), it does not bind me to support him if he usurped his throne illegally. On the other hand, (faction leader) has led us in war and peace, and I am loathe to renounce my allegiance.
Good-Natured Surely we can discuss whatever you want to discuss out here in the open, can't we? Surely we can discuss whatever you want to discuss out here in the open, can't we? Well, you should keep faith with your promises, and not do injustice to others. Sometimes it's hard to balance those. Stick with people you trust, I think, and it's hard to go far wrong. I do not know what to say. I gave an oath to (faction leader) as the lawful ruler, but if he is not the lawful ruler, I don't know if I am still bound. (faction leader) has always treated me decently, yet it's true that he did wrong to (claimant). I hesitate to renounce my homage to (faction leader), yet I also don't think it's right to support injustice.
Quarrelsome Bah -- I'm in no mood for whispering in the corner. Bah. I don't like you that much. I'm not going to go plot with you in some corner. Bah. They're all a bunch of bastards. I try to make sure that the ones who wrong me learn to regret it. Hmm. (faction leader) has never given me my due, so I don't figure I owe him much. However, maybe <name> will be no better, and <name> has at least shown himself. So tell me, why should I turn my back on the bastard I know, in favor of the bastard/a woman I don't know?
Cunning Em.. Let's keep our affairs out in the open, for the time being. Em.. Let's keep our affairs out in the open, for the time being. Well, it's a harsh world, and it is our lot to face harsh choices. Sometimes one must serve a tyrant to keep the peace, but sometimes a bit of rebellion keeps the kings honest. Circumstance is all. Hmm. I gave an oath of homage to (faction leader) yet the powerful are not bound by their oaths as our ordinary people. Our duty is to our own ability to rule, to impose order and prevent the war of all against all. (faction leader) has been challenged, and thus he will never be able to rule as strongly as one whose claim has never been questioned. Yet if (claimant) takes the throne by force, (claimant) will not be as strong as one who succeeded peacefully.
Pitiless What do you take me for? A plotter? Hah! I trust you as I would a serpent. I think not. Men will always try to cheat others of their rightful due. In this faithless world, each must remain vigilant of his own rights. Hmm. (claimant) says {she/he} is the rightful heir to the throne. That is good -- it absolves me of my oath to (faction leader). But still I must weight my decision carefully. It is a most perilous position to be in, to be asked whom I would make (faction leader) of this land. Yet it is also a time of opportunity, for me to reap the rewards that have always been my due!
Sadistic Trying our hand at intrigue, are we? I think not. Hah! I trust you as I would a serpent. I think not. My philosophy is simple: it is better to be the wolf than the lamb Hmm. In this vile world, a wise man must think of himself, for no one else will. So -- what's in it for me? Perhaps if I join (faction leader) while (claimant) is still weak (claimant) will enrich me, but perhaps if I bring (faction leader) your head he will give me an even greater reward.

Battle Dialogue[]

Personalities Introduction Being Demanded Surrender Demand Surrender Battle Negotiation Failure Capture Prisoner Release encounter after defeated Encounter after joined battle on their side
Upstanding Who are you, who would come in arms to dispute our righteous cause? So be it. It saddens me that you cannot be made to see reason. You may fight us, but many of your men will be killed, and you will probably lose. Yield, and spare us both the unnecessary bloodshed. That may be, but my duty to my liege requires me to fight with you I yield! Grant me the honours of war, and do yourself credit! You are indeed a {man/woman} of honour, {sir/madame}. I shall not forget this! When last we met, {playername}, you had the better of me. But I assure you that it will not happen again! I will not forget our victory over [enemy name]. Let us once again give thanks to heaven, and pray that we not grow too proud.
Martial What is your name, {sir/madame}? If we come to blows, I would know whom I fight. So be it. Defend yourself! The odds are not in your favor today. You may fight us, but there is also no shame if you yield now. That may be, but it is my duty to fight with you Stop! I yield! You are indeed a {man/woman} of honour, {sir/madame}. I shall not forget this! I will not begrudge you your victory the last time that we met, but I am anxious for another round! That was a great victory over [enemy name], wasn't it? I am honoured to have fought by your side.
Good-Natured What is your name, {sir/madame}? If we come to blows, I would know whom I fight. Very well. I had hoped that we might avoid coming to blows, but I see that have no choice. We have the advantage of you. Yield, and you will be well-treated. I'm sorry -- I can't just let you ride away. No hard feelings? I yield! Congratulations on your victory, {sir/madam}! You are indeed a {man/woman} of honour, {sir/madame}. I shall not forget this! I will not begrudge you your victory the last time that we met, but I am anxious for another round! That was a great victory over [enemy name], wasn't it? I am honoured to have fought by your side.
Quarrelsome Who the hell are you? You impudent whelp! I'll crush you! I've got you cornered. Give up, or I'll ride you down like a dog. Hah! I want to fight with you Enough! You win today, you dog! Ach, the shame of it! I'm free? Well... Good bye, then. I have been looking forward to meet you again. Your tricks will not decieive me a second time, and I will relish hearing your cries for mercy. That was a great victory over[enemy name]wasn't it? We made of his army a feast for the crows!
Cunning Tell me your name. It is always good to know your enemy. Well, if you leave no choice... You are outmatched today. Give up -- if not for your own sake, then think of your men! Ah. Unfortunately, you see, I wish to fight with you Stop! I yield to you! Am I? You are a good {man/woman}. I will try to find a way to repay you. When last we met, {playername}, you had the better of me. But I assure you that it will not happen again! That was a great victory over [enemy name], wasn't it? I am honoured to have fought by your side.
Pitiless Who are you? Speak, so that I may know whom I slay. If you so badly wish to die, then I have no choice but to oblige you. You cannot defeat me, and I'll teach you a painful lesson if you try. Yield! Why should I care? I wish to fight with you I yield! You have won. Cursed be this day! Thank you. When you are finally defeated, I will request for your death to be swift and merciful. Unless, that is, you care to join us... Good bye, for now. When last we met, {playername}, you had the better of me. But I assure you that it will not happen again! That was a great victory over[enemy name]wasn't it? We made of his army a feast for the crows!
Sadistic Who are you? Speak quick, before I cut your tongue out. You heap of filth! I'll make you wish you'd never been born. Surrender or I'll gut you like a fish! Still your tongue! You will have need of it shortly, while begging for mercy I give up! I give up! Call back your dogs! Am I? So refined is your cruelty, that you would rather see me free and humiliated, than in chains. Enjoy your triumph! I have been looking forward to meeting you again. Your tricks will not deceive me a second time, and I will relish hearing your cries for mercy. That was a great victory over[enemy name]wasn't it? We made of his army a feast for the crows!

Other[]

Personalities First encounter after noble (met before, good/neutral relation) First encounter after noble (met before, bad relation) Village Pillaged
Upstanding I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. Fight against our foes with valor, but also with honour and compassion. A good name is as valuable as a sharp sword or a swift horse in affairs of arms. I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. Alas, from what I know of you I fear that you will disgrace us, but I will be happy if you prove me wrong. You have attacked innocent farmers under my protection in the village of {village name}. I will punish you for your misdeeds!
Martial I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. I look forward to fighting alongside you against our foes. I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. Pray do not disgrace us by behaving in a cowardly fashion. You have raided my village of {village name}, destroying my property and killing tenants under my protection. You will pay the price for your crime!
Good-Natured I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. Good {man/woman}! Our lord is a noble soul, and rewards loyalty and valor with kindness and generosity. I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. Well, I can't say that I would have trusted you, but perhaps you deserve the benefit of the doubt. You have attacked innocent farmers under my protection in the village of {village name}. I will punish you for your misdeeds!
Quarrelsome I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. Fight hard against our foes, respect your betters, and don't cross me, and we will get along fine. I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. Bah. Do yourself a favor, and stay out of my way. You have raided my village of {village name}, destroying my property and killing the tenants. I will take my compensation in blood!
Cunning I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. That is good. The more skilled fighters we have with us in these troubled times, the better. I shall be watching your progress. I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. I do not pretend to be happy about his decision, but perhaps it is better to have you inside our tent pissing out, than the other way around. You have raided my village of {village name}, destroying my property and killing the tenants. I will make you think twice before you disrupt my revenues like that again.
Pitiless I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. Fight bravely and you will be well-rewarded. Betray us, and we shall make of you the kind of example that will not soon be forgotten. I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. If I were he, I would not trust you to clean the sculleries. You have raided my village of {village name}, destroying my property and killing the tenants. I will make you think twice before you disrupt my revenues like that again.
Sadistic I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. Excellent... I am sure that you and I will become very good friends. But remember -- if you betray us, it will be the biggest mistake you will ever make. I heard that you have pledged allegiance to our lord, [lord name]. No doubt you will soon betray him, and I will have the pleasure of watching you die a traitor's death. You have raided my village of {village name}, destroying my property and killing the tenants. I will take my compensation in blood!
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