The Kingdom of Perisno is the final faction that can emerge within the land of Perisno, carrying the name and will of the ancient. This faction will be formed once the player becomes a monarch under his/her own name.
The Kingdom of Perisno is the incarnation of the Original Perisno Pioneers, who were first sighted in 100 BE, and then became the Original Kingdom Of Perisno around the year 120 AE.
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Many lords and citizens are sympathetic to the cause of the Perisno Pilgrims and the vision of the Kingdom of Perisno, and choose to fight for these beliefs. The following lords and companions utilize Perisnoan troops in their armies:
Cunning Archduke Bregedon and his son Duke Naraglad too use Perisnoan troops but for purely mercantile reasons (not because they care at all about this culture) - they find them much cheaper to recruit&train&maintain than their fellow elves.
The leader of the Perisno Pilgrims, Nox of Zephilli, also leads an army of Perisnoan troops in his unique spawn.
The form of government of the newly established Kingdom of Perisno is flexible, because the policies can be determined by the player. Therefore, they can either become the king/queen of Perisno, or create a Perisnoan republic. The ruler can create justice and prosperity for the people or bring cruelty and despair for ages to come. Such is the flexibility and volatility of a new kingdom that could adopt a completely new culture and doctrine for their military at the whim of their monarch.
- Player as the leader of the faction.
- Companions into vassals (companion will remain as vassal afterward, never return as party member)
- Vassals from the other kingdoms that join your faction through several means.
|2nd||Perisno Ranger Knight||Perisno Great Knight|
A more detailed discussion about Kingdom of Perisno military forces can be seen here.
- Any town that captured from other factions (the first captured one becomes the court, if a town is the first conquered and not a castle).
- Any castle that captured from other factions (the first captured one becomes the court, if a castle is the first conquered and not a town).
- The villages that connected to the captured town or castle.
There are 2 vassals eligible to be wed by male player characters. The two vassals are Princess Linthradil of Elintor and Princess Birgit of Reich. These marriage will allow player to ask his wife to rebel to join her husband's kingdom or ask her to rebel and became leader of her own kingdom. By choosing the second option the Kingdom of Perisno will be formed, and player will become the first vassal of the kingdom as well as marshal of the Kingdom.
Kingdom Cultures Edit
The culture of the kingdom and types of troops that can be recruited from within it's villages can be set via Chancellor and it is up to the player to adjust the Kingdom of Perisno to whatever culture suits their fancy. Here are the cultures available and prices:
|Realm of the Falcon||1,000k||Certain conditions must be met. (first post under "useful stuff")|
|Geldarin||300k||Price becomes 180k if you have positive relation with the Geldar.|
|Zannese||240k||Only after Zann Invasion occurs.|
|The Third Legion||500k||Must finish the Venetoran Empire Quest first.|
Switching culture changes the following:
- Recruits from villages and castles.
- Type of weapons/armor/horses towns might sell.
- Will influence the type of troops your vassals use only when you tell me to do so.
Additionally, a player monarch can force his vassals to switch the type of troops that they hire and use for their garrison, the options are as follow:
- I want you to start training troops from the culture of my kingdom.
- I want you to sign a contract with the Freelancer Guild and start recruiting their soldiers.
- I want you to start training the same soldiers that are trained for me by the Mercenary Guild.
Bear in mind that choosing any of these options will yield a -10 relation to the vassal regardless of their personality and they will also lose any household troops they had prior to the switch. So it is recommended you do this to lords that are generic in terms of recruited troops.