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The Ultimate Guide to Dog Breeds in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest



How to Find and Train Your Dog in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest




If you are playing Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest, you might be interested in having a dog companion to join you in your adventures. A dog can provide you with some benefits, such as increasing your tracking and spotting skills, as well as adding some fun and variety to your gameplay. However, finding and training a dog is not as easy as it sounds. You will need to visit different villages, talk to the local leaders, look for stray dogs, feed them with sausages and other food, and bond with them until they become loyal to you. In this article, we will guide you through the steps of finding and training your dog in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest.




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How to Find a Dog in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest




The first step to finding a dog is to visit various villages and ask the local leaders about any strange dogs in the area. You can do this by choosing the option "I want to ask you something" and then "Do you know of any strange dogs around here?" If there is a dog in the village, the leader will tell you something like "Yes, there is one. It has been wandering around here for a while. It seems friendly enough, but no one knows where it came from." If there is no dog in the village, the leader will tell you something like "No, I don't know of any. Why do you ask?" You will need to visit different villages until you find one that has a dog.


Once you find a village that has a dog, you will need to walk around the village until you see the dog running around. The dog will look like a wolfhound and will have a name tag above its head. You can also use the map to locate the dog by looking for a green dot that represents an animal. When you see the dog, you will need to approach it carefully and try to interact with it.


How to Train a Dog in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest




The second step to training a dog is to feed it with sausages and other food. You can do this by choosing the option "Give it some food" when you interact with the dog. You will need to have some sausages in your inventory, which you can buy from markets or loot from enemies. You can also give the dog other types of food, such as bread, cheese, meat or fish, but sausages are the most effective. You will need to feed the dog several times until it becomes friendly with you.


The third step to training a dog is to bond with it and make it loyal to you. You can do this by choosing the option "Talk to it" when you interact with the dog. You will need to talk to the dog several times until it starts to respond positively to you. You will also need to praise the dog when it does something good, such as following your orders or attacking your enemies. You can do this by choosing the option "Good boy/girl!" when you interact with the dog. You will need to praise the dog several times until it becomes loyal to you.


The fourth step to training a dog is to give it a name and add it to your party. You can do this by choosing the option "Give it a name" when you interact with the dog. You can choose any name you like for your dog, or let the game generate a random name for you. Once you name your dog, it will become part of your party and follow you wherever you go. You can also access your dog's inventory and equipment by choosing the option "Open its inventory" when you interact with the dog. You can give your dog some items, such as armor or weapons, but they will not affect its performance or appearance.


How to Use Dog Commands in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest




The third step to finding and training a dog is to use dog commands to control its actions and behavior. You can do this by choosing the option "Give it a command" when you interact with the dog. You will see a list of commands that you can give to your dog, such as "Heel", "Attack", "Stay", "Follow", "Guard" and "Search". Each command has a different effect on your dog and can be useful in different situations. Here is a brief explanation of each command and how to use it:


  • "Heel": This command will make your dog follow you closely and stay by your side. This is useful when you want to keep your dog safe and prevent it from wandering off or getting into trouble.



  • "Attack": This command will make your dog attack the nearest enemy or the enemy that you are targeting. This is useful when you want to sic your dog on your foes and distract them or deal some damage.



  • "Stay": This command will make your dog stay in its current position and wait for your next command. This is useful when you want to leave your dog behind or make it hold a position.



  • "Follow": This command will make your dog follow you at a distance and move with you. This is useful when you want to have your dog nearby but not too close.



  • "Guard": This command will make your dog guard a specific location or person that you point at. This is useful when you want to have your dog protect something or someone important.



  • "Search": This command will make your dog search the area for enemies, items or tracks. This is useful when you want to have your dog scout ahead or find something hidden.



You can also use the F1-F4 keys to give commands to your dog during battles, just like you do with your troops. You can select your dog by pressing F1 and then F9, or by pressing the tilde key () and typing "select_dog". You can then use the F1-F4 keys to give orders to your dog, such as charging, holding position, following you or retreating. You can also use the F3 key to change the behavior of your dog, such as being aggressive, defensive or passive.


What are the Benefits of Having a Dog in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest




The fourth step to finding and training a dog is to enjoy the benefits of having a dog companion in your adventures. A dog can provide you with some advantages, such as increasing your tracking and spotting skills, as well as adding some fun and variety to your gameplay. Here are some of the benefits of having a dog in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest:


  • A dog can increase your tracking and spotting skills by 1 point each. This can help you find and follow enemy tracks, as well as spot enemies and items on the map. This can be useful for hunting, scouting, raiding or escaping.



  • A dog can act as a light cavalry unit in battles, attacking and distracting your enemies. A dog can also run down fleeing enemies and slow them down or kill them. A dog can also guard a specific location or person that you point at. A dog can also search the area for enemies, items or tracks.



  • A dog can level up and become stronger and faster over time. You can feed your dog different types of food to improve its attributes, such as speed, toughness or damage. You can also give your dog some items, such as armor or weapons, but they will not affect its performance or appearance.



  • A dog can add some fun and variety to your gameplay, as you can interact with it and give it commands. You can also talk to it and praise it when it does something good. You can also give it a name and customize it to your liking.



How to Take Care of Your Dog in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest




The fifth and final step to finding and training a dog is to take care of your dog and keep it healthy and happy. A dog can be injured or killed in battles, or run away if it is unhappy or hungry. You will need to pay attention to your dog's health and morale, and provide it with food and care. Here are some tips on how to take care of your dog in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest:


  • Always keep some sausages in your inventory, as they are the best food for your dog. You can also feed your dog other types of food, such as bread, cheese, meat or fish, but they are less effective. You can feed your dog by choosing the option "Give it some food" when you interact with it.



  • Check your dog's health and morale regularly by choosing the option "Talk to it" when you interact with it. You will see a message that tells you how your dog is feeling, such as "It seems happy and healthy" or "It looks wounded and sad". If your dog is injured, you will need to heal it with bandages or let it rest until it recovers. If your dog is unhappy, you will need to praise it or give it some food until it cheers up.



  • Protect your dog from harm by giving it commands that suit the situation. You can choose the option "Give it a command" when you interact with it, or use the F1-F4 keys during battles. You can tell your dog to heel, attack, stay, follow, guard or search. You can also change its behavior by using the F3 key. You can make your dog aggressive, defensive or passive.



  • Do not abuse or neglect your dog, as it will lower its morale and loyalty. You should not hit your dog, starve your dog, leave your dog behind or ignore your dog. If you do any of these things, your dog might run away or turn against you.



How to Get More Dogs in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest




If you have successfully found and trained a dog in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest, you might be wondering if you can get more dogs to join your party. The answer is yes, you can have up to three dogs in your party at the same time. However, getting more dogs is not as easy as getting the first one. You will need to meet some requirements and follow some steps to get more dogs. Here is how to get more dogs in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest:


  • To get a second dog, you will need to have a high enough renown and relation with the Picts. The Picts are a faction of barbarians that live in Scotland and Ireland. You can increase your renown by winning battles and completing quests. You can increase your relation with the Picts by fighting their enemies, helping their villages or lords, or joining their faction.



  • Once you have enough renown and relation with the Picts, you will need to visit one of their mead halls and talk to the dog trainer. The dog trainer is a man who wears a wolf pelt and has a dog by his side. He will offer you to buy a second dog for 5000 peningas. You can choose to accept or decline his offer.



  • If you accept his offer, you will need to pay him 5000 peningas and he will give you a second dog. The second dog will look like a wolfhound and will have a name tag above its head. You can also access its inventory and equipment by choosing the option "Open its inventory" when you interact with it. You can train and take care of the second dog just like the first one.



  • To get a third dog, you will need to have a high enough renown and relation with the Norse. The Norse are a faction of Vikings that live in Norway and Denmark. You can increase your renown and relation with the Norse by following the same methods as with the Picts.



  • Once you have enough renown and relation with the Norse, you will need to visit one of their mead halls and talk to the dog breeder. The dog breeder is a woman who wears a fur coat and has two dogs by her side. She will offer you to buy a third dog for 10000 peningas. You can choose to accept or decline her offer.



  • If you accept her offer, you will need to pay her 10000 peningas and she will give you a third dog. The third dog will look like a mastiff and will have a name tag above its head. You can also access its inventory and equipment by choosing the option "Open its inventory" when you interact with it. You can train and take care of the third dog just like the other two.



Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to find and train a dog in Mount and Blade: Viking Conquest. A dog can be a valuable companion that can help you in your quests and battles, as well as provide you with some fun and variety. You can find a dog by visiting different villages and asking the local leaders about any stray dogs. You can train a dog by feeding it with sausages and other food, bonding with it and giving it commands. You can take care of a dog by checking its health and morale, protecting it from harm and providing it with food and care. You can also get more dogs by increasing your renown and relation with the Picts and the Norse, and buying them from the dog trainer and the dog breeder. We hope you have enjoyed this article and learned something new. Happy gaming! b99f773239


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