Medieval Dynasty

19 Jan 2021

Medieval Dynasty Villagers Guide: How To Increase Approval And Affection With Villagers To Marry Or Recruit Them

The whole point of Medieval Dynasty is to build a village a grow your population to prosper.

To do this you'll need to get yourself a wife and also recruit villagers.

This town will then go on to continue your legacy.

This guide will tell you how to get married in order to have an heir and how to recruit villagers.

Medieval Dynasty Villagers Guide

How To Flirt With And Marry Villagers

To increase affection with a woman you'll need to regularly speak to them.

Begin by increasing the approval meter you'll get options of what to say, pick the right one and your approval will go up.

Then an affection meter should appear.

You'll now be able to flirt, do so by saying “I want to tell you something, beautiful lady.”

Then continue by selecting the right dialogue, basically don't say anything too cocky.

Choose the options which make you sound concerned or caring towards the woman.

After that select the appropriate dialogue option and increase the Affection meter.

How To Recruit Villagers

To find villagers to recruit you'll need to find the right ones.

Press the Left Alt button and you'll be able to see their states.

Keep talking to them until their approval meter gets to 70%.

Now you'll need to check your Dynasty Reputation is high enough, it should be 100 or higher.

If it is, just build some houses for them to move into BEFORE recruiting them.

Now you should have a new villager!

There's so much to do in Medieval Dynasty a large focus is making as much money as possible! If you're just starting out you might be wondering where to find Straw and Iron. It's a good idea to get your farm set up too, you'll need manure to plant crops and Flaxseed is a great crop to grow. There's also plenty of animals to hunt to create items, some of the most rewarding creatures being Bears and Wolves! Recruiting villagers later in the game is vital, getting a wife too and you'll need to upgrade their homes using Daub. Hopefully, Medieval Dynasty will make its way to console players too, there's plenty that could be added to the title's roadmap, maybe we'll see multiplayer in the future!.