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....Or disband the general's unit entirely. This is often regarded as the method of last resort, but it is an option available to you if you simply
cannot get rid of a troublesome general any other way.
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send disloyals on a 1 ship fleet and rebels will sink it
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Disabling Rebellion - Command Line Solution
Having said all about "being prepared" I found this in the Numerology thread on this forum, from one of the CA programmers:
command lines for MTW
These are not exactly cheats; instead you add them to your MTW or VI shortcut. Right click on your shortcut, and then choose properties. In the target box
you should see something like:
F:\Program Files\Total War\Medieval - Total War\Medieval_TW.exe
if you have plain MTW or
F:\Program Files\Total War\Medieval - Total War\Medieval_TW.exe -strictserver
if you have both MTW and VI. To add a shortcut you must leave one space after the mark, then enter the command line. To use multiple command lines just leave
a space between each one and remember to include the - at the start of each successive line. Choose to save your changes and exit the properties box. Then
start the game with the shortcut.
-ian - debug mode, runs in a smaller screen, you can move the camera about more in the battle maps to get close up views, you can disable the AI or switch
factions using the number keys. The A key allows you to put the game on auto run.
-loyalty:X - sets the auto tax to maintain X loyalty where X is the number you want. Always use more than 100 at the very minimum unless you want a lot of
rebellions. I recommend 120 for a reliable income and reasonably reliable loyalty or 180 to maintain very high loyalty and rarely see a rebellion.
Cool I know how to use -ian but what about -loyalty:? do i put -loyalty: after -ian? like this>
"C:\Program Files\Total War\Medieval - Total War\Medieval_TW.exe" -ian -loyalty:180 ?
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