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Cheats are disabled by default. To enable them, open the launcher and choose Configure, then click on the Game tab and tick Enable Cheats. Click OK to save your changes.

Cheat controls[edit]

The following cheats will now be active when you launch the game:

Control Where to use Effect
Ctrl + X In inventory. +1000 denars (deactivated in the trial version).
Ctrl + X In character window. +1000 EXP to your character (deactivated in the trial version).
Ctrl + X In party window. +1000 EXP to selected troop (deactivated in the trial version).
Ctrl + W In character window. +10 to each weapon proficiency.
Ctrl + PC Mouse Left Click.png On map. Teleport to location (cannot be a property).
Ctrl + T On map. Truesight (see all parties, makes Spotting unnecessary).
F9 In a battle or town scene. Slow-motion while held.
Ctrl + F9 In a battle or town scene. Toggle slow-motion.
Ctrl + F11 In a battle or town scene. Toggle pause.
Ctrl + H In a battle or town scene. Restore player health.
Ctrl + Shift + H In a battle or town scene. Restore player horse's health (Warband only).
Ctrl + F3 In a battle or town scene. Cause heavy damage to the player character.
Ctrl + F4 In a battle or town scene. Heavily damage a random enemy (knocks unconscious).
Ctrl + alt + F4 In a battle or town scene. Heavily damage a large number of enemies (knocks unconscious).
Ctrl + F5 In a battle or town scene. Use AI to control player character.

Import/Export[edit]

The Import/Export function can be used to modify character stats and denars. Exported files are located in C:\Program Files\Mount&Blade\CharExport (or wherever you installed Mount&Blade to) and are bear the names of the respective characters. The files are plain text and the format is designed to be human-readable. In order to overwrite a character the exported file will need to have the same character name as the character it is overwriting; if you wish to import over a character with a different name simply rename the file before importing.

Note that only character stats and denars are imported; inventory items and party members are not stored in the exported file, nor are Honour, Renown, or relations.