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Expeditions: Viking Cheat Codes
In the overworld map (not during battles), press the ” – ” key (next to 0) and type one of the commands as listed. Then press Enter.
setmorale Player *number* – Increases your main character’s morale
give party Herbs *number* – Give yourself more herbs (the number is optional)
give party *resource name* *amount* – Gives selected resource to player
Valid options for the resource are:
Note: You can find resources at the lower right corner, hover over them, and write the give party *resource* with a big first letter and then number. You have to write Slaves instead of Thralls.
Note2: Every character has a special ID in the code. You’ll need to know a character’s back-end name to use a character-specific cheat on them. For example, in the case of Ketill: setmorale Followers/Wolf 10
Nefja – Followers/ShieldMaiden
Ketill – Followers/Wolf
Asleifr – Followers/VanquishedFoe
Røskva – Followers/Witch
Gunnarr – Followers/Berserk
Eydis – Followers/Valkyrie
giveitem character itemtype tier [has_special] [is_default]
Character is either the character ID (eg, Followers/Wolf or similar) or ‘party’ (direct to party inventory)
itemtype is any of axe, bow, daneaxe, knife, spear, sling, sword, shield, talisman, armour (or armor works), helmet, or hat
Tier is the item tier. This is a number between 0 and 5-ish (chain armor is 5)
has_special is optional.
For Example, giveitem Followers/Wolf armor 3 true (Should give Ketill some randomly-generated Hide-class armor with a special property.) or giveitem party armor 3 true
Another fairly excellent console command given the absolute lack of armor schematic components and no way to buy/create them (they really should be Tinker items) is imbue
Imbue cannot change properties on an item already possessing them, but it can add properties to crafted items, including armor schematics.
imbue character slot property
Character is either the character ID (e.g., Followers/Wolf or similar) or ‘party’ (direct to party inventory)
The slot is any helmet, talisman, shield, armor (or armor), OR a weapon type (bow, daneaxe, knife, spear, sling, sword).
Property is the special property you want. Agile, Lucky, Keen, Robust, etc. as you would expect. When using this on armor, you can also select from AmourOil (+movement), ArmorWebbing (+consumables), HardenedLeather (fireproof), ArmourPadding (poisonproof), or ArmourOintment (health regen). You can only add one property at a time, so if you want to give armor Robust and Oil, that’s two separate commands.
To give an un-enchanted chestpiece the Agile and Regen modifiers, you’d run:
For Example:imbue Player armor Agile
imbue Player armor ArmourOintment
Cheat Code Effect
give [character] xp [amount] – Give yourself more experience. (It says XP. It means skill points. Works with standard character codes OR the ‘party’ pseudo-character to gift everyone SP.)
give party [schematic] [amount] – Armor Schematics (Valid schematic items are the same as for the Imbue command. That is: AmourOil, ArmorWebbing, HardenedLeather, ArmourPadding, or ArmourOintment)
giveallskills [character] – Unlock All Skills (Uses the normal character codes.)
pimp – Instant Homestead Upgrades
upgrade – Instant Homestead Upgrades
upgradeall – Maxed Homestead
setpower # – Gives Power (Give it a number, it should be set to exactly that amount.)
setprosperity # – Gives Prosperity
advancetime (amount) – Control Time (This will change the current time by the number of hours you specify. NEGATIVE NUMBERS ARE LEGAL. That is, advancetime -24 will set the clock BACK by 1 day. Be slightly cautious with this, as you can get your hird starving real easily if you make massive adjustments.)