Mount And Blade Sneak Into Castle
When you enter a friendly castle you can enter either the courtyard or the Lord's Hall. In the courtyard, you can speak to the guard of the dungeon to open a dialogue where he might grant you entrance depending on your choices. If you do gain entrance into the dungeon, you can recruit heroes or rescue lords trapped inside. In the Lord's Hall you can talk to any visitors or the lord and lady if they are present at the time. Here, you can gain quests from the lord or lady to gain their favor. In a neutral or enemy castle you can also request an audience with a lord who is currently residing in the castle.
Mount And Blade Sneak Into Castle
4. Getting thrown into the tower's cellar for sneaking around the castle 5. Because there's an event and it's open to all / they are invited6. Pretend to worship the Jarl and get recruited in his service7. Dig a tunnel to the towers cellar8. Persuade a giang flying animal to drop them off at one of the aeries over night9. Sneak their way in10. The castle is attacked and there's a big moment of opportunity11. Bribe, persuade, poison, fool, distract the guards........let them figure it out :)
For numbers 2 & 3, or really most of these, you could use skill challenges which would allow all players to be involved without having to be good at persuasion or disguise. Maybe a medium or hard challenge depending on how generically difficult you think is to get into the castle. Skill Challenge difficulties:
Once the boss is beaten and you get the blade, you need to speak again with Edgar to complete Irina's quest in Elden Ring. Sadly, you'll need to fast-travel to the first Site of Grace of the castle - the one before the elevator.
Jin defeats and wounds Ryuzo, but he manages to escape and alarm the Mongols to his presence. Jin presses further into Castle Kaneda, eventually finding his uncle at the top of the inner keep and rescuing him. Shimura informs Jin that Khotun has already left towards Toyotama to conquer Castle Shimura. Having reunited with his uncle Jin and his allies are successfully able to retake the castle, defeating the remaining Mongols still inside. Afterwards, Shimura, having heard from Khotun about Jin's dishonorable tactics, reprimands his nephew and warns him not to continue down this path, before assigning him to gather up more allies to retake Castle Shimura.
Jin, more determined than ever to kill the Khan, regroups with Shimura to plan an assault on Castle Shimura, and they are able to push the Mongols into the inner keep. However, the final offensive ends in disaster, with Shimura foolishly ordering a frontal charge on the bridge to the inner keep, which is demolished by Mongol incendiaries kills many samurai. Realizing that Shimura's insistence on upholding honor will only bring more unnecessary bloodshed, Jin and Yuna execute a plan to sneak inside the castle and poison the Mongols. Yuna collects as many bushels of wolfsbane for Jin to use, and also gives him the Ghost Armor, an armor set that Taka was making for Jin before his death. After successfully poisoning the Mongols, Jin finds Ryuzo in the keep, where he learns that Khotun has again left to invade Kamiagata in the north. Rejecting a last-minute plea to lie to his people that Ryuzo was Jin's spy, Jin engages his former friend in one final duel and kills him.
Later, Kenji makes his way to Jin's cell in Castle Shimura and informs him that Yuna has tracked down the Khan's location in the north. Realizing that Tsushima still needs him, Jin escapes from the castle, but his horse succumbs to wounds caused by the samurai guards in the process. Without his equipment, Jin walks further into the Kin Sanctuary, where he discovers to his horror that Khotun had learned to recreate his poison, experimenting on the people of Kin. Jin himself is poisoned, and is barely saved by Yuna for a third time. Meanwhile, Khotun retreats to Port Izumi, where he plans to use the poison against the Japanese mainland.
As you near the tallest building to reach the castle - three more Senpou Assassins will appear on the building on the right, along with one on the roof of the tallest building. Be sure to bait them into jumping across rooftops so you can use Shurikens to knock them out of the sky - or use the Loaded Axe to trap them in place with a big hit and follow up with your Fang and Blade skill.
Defeating this Chained Ogre will net you a Prayer Bead, and the Shinobi Medicine Rank 3 Skill to further increase the amount you heal from your items. Be sure to also grab the Adamantite Scrap in the middle of the room, and open the main door back to the castle stairs.
Rest again and speak to Emma and she will give you Tomoe's Note, which describes the path of Purification. It references using the flowers of the Everblossom - but the branch Owl had stole has now withered. Emma will look into the more info on Lord Takeru and Lady Tomoe - who are buried at the back of the castle.
First, you have to find where they are, which is possible by checking their last known location in the encyclopedia and visiting the nearby towns. If you are at war with the kingdom that owns the town, you will need to disguise yourself and sneak your way through the city. Once you are in, you can go to the keep and scout the dungeon, and pay a guard to let you in. After you free the noble, you have to fight your way out of the city while keeping the noble safe. This is a very hard and challenging scenario, but succeeding in a prison break will give you a huge amount of roguery and charm experience.
The character of Blade is notable for having premiered in the live-action Masters of the Universe movie and being one of only three new characters from the film to merit an action figure. Not to be confused with the vampire hunter from Marvel Comics, Blade's less than creative name came from the large sword he wielded. Blade was among the followers of Skeletor who menaced Teela and Andra as they tried to sneak into Castle Grayskull through the sewers in Masters of the Universe: Revleation, Part 2, episode 4, "Hope, For A Destination."
On this page, as part of our Elden Ring guide, is how to complete Castle Morne. We've divided this guide up into a series of sections that will help you to keep track of your progress, as you work your way through the castle and deal with the Misbegottens that stand in your way.
Drop down back into the castle and look for a wooden overhang with a corpse on it. This has a Stonesword Key upon it, so grab it. Jump down for a prison cell with a ghoulish NPC in it and a Pickled Turtle Neck, just beware of the foe who falls from the ceiling. Head down the runway to the ladder, and climb up for a treasure chest at the end and the Twinblade Talisman. Then climb back down, head a few steps down the runway and look to the right for a castle roof. Jump on it and drop down to the ground, and loot the area for three Tarnished Golden Sunflowers.
If the lord is being held captive in a hostile walled fief, you can sneak into the fief, knock out the prison guard (this can be very difficult in cities where you may find yourself surrounded by up to 4 high-tier troops, in a confined space, wielding only robes and a quarterstaff) then enter the prison and tell the captured lord that you're there to rescue him. This may become easier by bribing a village belonging to that city/castle to start a fire. The fire will start in one hour or at midnight by your choice, and most of the guards will be gone while fighting off the guards with the prisoner.
It is also possible to rescue lords from a castle or city if they are held by a faction that is neutral to you. This is more attractive than attempting to sneak past the guards as it allows you to retain your normal adventuring equipment, which makes fighting a half dozen guard units quite a bit easier. It raises your relationship by 5 with the rescued lord as well as increasing your relation by 2 points with his home faction. There is also honor associated with ending their incarceration. There are no negative effects with the ruling lord or faction. In addition, if the captive lord has relatives, you can speak to the relative to receive a quest to rescue the captive lord, further increasing your relationship, monetary, and experience gains. In total, this is one of the most effective ways to increase honor and relations as an unfactioned lord, and goes a long way towards building a future kingdom. Since troops are completely unnecessary it is best to just use a bare bones party of heroes and free all the lords possible. This is excluding the possibility of running into a hostile band.
Players heading south from the Bridge of Sacrifice will first find the Castle Morne Rampart, which they need to pass and go for the main Castle Morne entrance. They will find this is guarded by an ogre, which they should defeat in order to gain entrance into the castle.
If you try to enter Gerudo Town, the guards will block your path as you are a voe, which is the Gerudo word for male. Only females are allowed into Gerudo Town. If you run north to right where the Shrine is, you will see a man by the name of Benja. He tells you a story of a man who was able to successfully sneak into Gerudo Town. He mentions that the man can be found somewhere between Gerudo Town and Kara Kara Bazaar.
After agreeing to help her investigate the castle cellar, she will walk up to the stables and begin shoveling until a trap door is revealed. You can then enter the secret tunnel and sneak into the castle, it is a short trip but be aware of the giant spiders, skeevers and a small Bone Flayer or two. Once inside the castle, follow Gwendis downstairs until she unlocks the cellar door. The room is filled with crates and boxes and you may need to search through them all.
Because the main Telmarine army was preparing for war on Aslan's How, and not guarding their castle, High King Peter decided to attack it. Although Caspian X was against it at first, claiming that no one had ever taken the castle before, he was eventually pressured into agreeing.