Mount and Blade Warband Console Commands & Cheats

Mount and Blade Warband cheats and console commands can provide you with things like health, experience, gold, and more. All you need to know is how to enable cheats, the cheat codes, and that’s about it. 

That being said, do keep in mind that as long as cheats are enabled, Steam achievements will be disabled. If you don’t like that, simply quit the game, disable the cheats, and your next playthrough will have achievements enabled again. 

With that out of the way, let us proceed with the guide. 

How to Enable Mount and Blade Warband Cheats

Before launching the game: 

  1. Open the game’s launcher
  2. Click on “Configure” 
  3. And select the box which says “Cheats” 

After that, you should be able to normally use the cheats which we are going to mention down below. 

Before that, it’s highly recommended to keep a separate save file/backup that has never been tweaked with cheats. And that applies to more or less all games that are out there.

The reason is simple. By using console commands and/or cheats, you always run the risk of breaking the game and potentially ruining hours and hours of progress.

But, if there is a separate save file that is untouched, then there’s no need to worry about such things. Unless you end up breaking the whole game – which is somewhat rare and a completely different story. 

Without any further ado, let’s check out some Mount and Blade Warband cheats. 

Mount and Blade Warband Cheats

To make things easier for you, we’ll be splitting the cheats into different categories. That should make the whole process of finding what you want much easier. 

Do keep in mind that pressing Ctrl + ~ then typing “no” activates or deactivates the cheat menu. 

Damage Cheats

Just a bunch of damage-related cheats. 

CTRL + F3: Damage yourself 

CTRL + ALT + F4: Knocks out all enemy troops

CTRL + Shift + F4: Knocks out all enemies that are zoomed into

CTRL + Shift + F6: Knocks out all of your troops

CTRL + F6: Knocks out one of your troops

CTRL + F4: Knocks out an enemy (May require you to press it a few times in a row)

Healing Cheats

Can be used to heal yourself or others

CRTL+H: Completely heals you

CTRL+ Shift + H: Fully heals your horse

Time Control

Time-related cheats. 

CTRL + Space: Fast forward waiting at the map

CTRL + F9: Slow motion toggle. Can be enabled or disabled with the same command

CTRL + F11: Stops time during battle

Level-Up Cheats

Can be used for things like leveling up, adding XP, etc. 

CTRL + X: Gives experience to the selected party member

CTRL + X: Gives you 1000 XP (In character screen)

CTRL + W: Greatly increases all of your weapon proficiencies

CTRL + L: Level up (Don’t get past level 62. That will immediately give you 2,000 levels which breaks the game)

CTRL + Left Click: Upgrade all available units to that path


Cheats of miscellaneous nature

CTRL + F5: AI takes over your character in battles

CTRL + X: Gives you 1000 gold (While on inventory)

CTRL + T: Revels everything on the map except hideouts

CTRL + Left click: While on the world map, it teleports your party to wherever you click

How to Create a God-Like Character

While there is no cheat for a god-like mode, there is a certain trick that we can use to create such a character. However, only do that with a character that you don’t need cause you may end up breaking the game. And, again, having backups is always a good idea. 

  1. Start the game and make sure to use a character that you don’t need
  2. Open the character sheet
  3. Click on “Statistics” 
  4. Select “Export character” 
  5. Go to Windows
  6. Find the game’s exported character (Should be in /Documents/Mount & Blade Warband)
  7. Open your exported character with a text editor

And here you can fully adjust everything to your will. Just don’t touch the reserved skills as that will crash your game. 

Now, all you need to do is insert the newly created god-like character into the game and you’re good to go. 

  1. Open the game and go back to the character sheet
  2. Go to “Statistics” 
  3. Select “Import character” 
  4. Find the character that you just created (Needs to have the same name with the one that you’re currently using)

Do keep in mind that all you can do is select what your character can do and spend. Every other option like gender and companions are set into the game. 

Wrapping Up

That’s all for now. If there is a good command or trick that we forgot to include, then let us know about it in the comments section down below. 

Again, don’t forget to always keep backups in case you end up breaking the game. 

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