Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
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Mod to enable clicking on the map to get out of towns/settlements, sieges and joined parties.

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This mod allows you to click out of towns, without needing to press the leave button. There is a configuration file that allows you to enable/disable certain conditions the mod should work or not work. These can be changed in the ModuleData/BannerlordLetMeGo.Settings.xml file within the mod folder.

The following configuration can be set:

EnableClickOutOfTowns (default: true) --> Option to click out of towns by clicking on the map.
EnableClickOutOfSiege (default: false) --> Option to click out of sieges by clicking on the map
EnableClickOutOfParty (default: true) --> Option to click out of parties by clicking on the map

This mod is a part of another mod I created Bannerlord Essentials, but only with the features stated above.

Unzip the mod into the Modules folder within your game install directory ({SteamLibrary}\steamapps\common\Mount & Blade II Bannerlord\Modules). Only the BannerlordLetMeGo folder should be directly in the Modules folder.

Launch the default steamlauncher and on the mods section enable the BannerlordLetMeGo mod.

Known fixes for problems in most cases:
In case of problems with launching the game. Make sure the .dll files within the BannerlordLetMeGo\bin\Win64_Shipping_Client folder are all unblocked.
This can be done by right clicking the dll and going to Properties. On the bottom of the General tab it will say it is blocked and an unblock button will be present. If it is not there you are good.

Another problem can be other mods. A last case resort can be checking the SubModule.xml file for each mod and making sure the DependedModule are in the same order and atleast the default modules are defined in all mod configurations.

I tested the mod with my own savegames, so it should be save, but creating backups of your own savegames never hurts.