Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
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About this mod

LootLord makes it so that when a player executes a lord, they get their loot! Simple as that.

Requirements
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DISCLAIMER: MODLIB IS REQUIRED FOR LOOTLORD TO WORK

Currently Compatible On Patch: e1.2.0 & e1.1.1


Version Changes: 
1.1.0
-ModLib now integrated - Settings for the mod can be adjusted in the mod options on the main menu for the game
-Config file removed
-Price threshold value is now representative of the actual threshold rather than a rough estimate

1.0.4:
-Added configuration for horse armor drops

1.0.3:
-Added configuration for item value threshold

1.0.2:
-Reduced item value if the original value is above a certain threshold

1.0.1:
-Added configuration for drop chance percentages
-Removed horse armor drops completely


What is LootLord?
LootLord is a mod that simply makes Lords drop their loot (gear) when executed. 

Note: I will add that some of the items dropped from lords are insanely overpriced, allowing you to get money pretty easily if you can defeat the lord's party.
However, you can configure both the drop rate and price threshold of items in the mod options on the main menu.

Video Showcase (courtesy of Forever Gaming):



Config Instructions (Deprecated - Only refer to this if you are somehow using an older version of LootLord):
!IMPORTANT!
Instructions: Chance value between the "<DropChance></DropChance>" nodes
to whatever percentage you prefer.
When changing values in LootLordConfig.xml, the value must be a decimal between 0 and 1.0!
Whatever value you choose will be the percent chance of each item on the lord dropping.
(ie. value = 0.25, there is a 25% chance of items dropping; 0.10 = 10% dropping etc)


Usage
The usage is pretty simple. Fight a lord's army, capture the lord, execute the lord, receive the lord's loot. Whatever loot is received will be printed to your screen in the bottom left corner.


Installation
Same as your other friendly mods: 

Vortex version: Simply install via mod manager

Manual Version:
  1. Download whichever file you want (With price config or without price config)
  2. Open archive
  3. Extract contents to Module folder in your Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord installation path
  4. Profit


Troubleshooting
If you are experiencing crashes on startup or other problems:

IMPORTANT: Make sure you have ModLib installed and enabled in the launcher before trying the following steps:

1. Make sure the dll's in the LootLord folder are unblocked. To do this, right click on each dll and click properties, if you have the option to, click unblock at the bottom of the window and click apply. Do this for each dll in the folder. (if you do not have the option then ignore this step) 

2. If the above solution does not work, then download bannerlord fixed launcher mod (https://www.nexusmods.com/mountandblade2bannerlord/mods/205). Install it the same as any other mod and enable it in the launcher. Then press the sort mods button in the mod menu in the launcher.

3. If you are using LootLord 1.1.0 and experiencing crashes on startup after attempting the previous steps, the crash is likely due to a mod conflict, namely ModLib. I know for sure that ModLib and the Community Patch seem to have a conflict which causes crashing on startup. ModLib is required for LootLord to work though, so you will need to identify the mod that is causing the conflict and disable or even delete it altogether.

If the above solutions do not work for you, it is a user issue. This is working fine for me with or without other mods. I have downloaded both versions of the file as listed on the mod page and tested both to be working on e1.1.1 and e1.2.0


Compatibility
The mod should be compatible with 99.9% of mods out at the moment.


Bugs
Should any bugs be encountered, please post them on the mod page, and I will see to it asap.

Check out my other mods if you're interested:
Cheaper Clan Barter
LootEveryone


Special Thanks
Special thanks to user Tynikuh for helping me A TON with creating my first mod! Check out his mod which fixes various things in Bannerlord!