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Kingdom Come: Deliverance features a Reputation system by which players can determine their standing with a particular city or faction. Reputation can be altered by many things including moral choices made by the player when answering questions, or the agreement or disagreement to complete specific tasks for individual NPC’s whether they be story or side-quests.
Reputation is currently tracked at these locations:
Pribyslavitz (will only improve with From The Ashes DLC)
Rovna (will never improve because the village is depopulated)
Skalitz (will only change during the prologue)
Vranik (will never improve)
2 Gaining Reputation
2. 1 Traders
2. 2 Rattay Soldiers
Most of the towns and villages in the game that have a reputation system split it into multiple categories for each of the demographics residing within that area. For example Henry’s reputation in Talmberg is split between how highly the Talmberg soldiers think of him, and how well regarded Henry is among Talmberg villagers and quarrymen. Henry’s reputation with a specific demographic is based on the sum of how each individual in that group feels towards Henry, while Henry’s overall reputation with a village is derived from how high Henry’s reputation is with each demographic from that area. The benefit to having a high overall reputation within a village is that Henry will receive bonuses to his four main stats while in the vicinity of that village, provided Henry also has the Local Hero perk.
Not every single person in a demographic needs to like Henry in order for his Reputation to reach 100, only majority popularity is required. For example: Henry’s reputation in Skalitz during the prologue is at a perfect 100 at the start due to enough people from each demographic already liking Henry to provide majority popularity, even though not everybody in town likes him. However assisting Mathew in vandalizing Deutch’s house will hurt Henry’s reputation with Zbyshek as an individual and decrease Henry’s standing among the Skalits villagers demographic, therefore hurting Henry’s overall reputation within Skalitz. Also failing speech or intimidate checks on Kunesh will lower Henry’s reputation with him as an individual and therefore negatively impact the reputation among the Skalitz villager demographic, while succeeding in the speech check against him will raise Henry’s reputation with him as an individual and counterbalance most of any negative reputation Henry may have gained so far in the prologue.
When Henry upsets an individual, be it by dialog, by attacking them, or by being caught stealing from them, Henry’s reputation with that individual will fall and therefore negatively impact his reputation with the demographic that individual is apart of, which will also impact Henry’s overall reputation with that village. Henry will also inadvertently offend individuals by pursuing certain quests, for example completing the activity Fat Profits for the Sasau butcher will raise Henry’s reputation with the butcher but also greatly harm Henry’s reputation with the monastery monks.
Henry’s reputation with every trader in the game as an individual person will be at a neutral 50 at the start since many of them do not know Henry yet, therefore Henry’s reputation with the Rattay trader demographic will also begin at 50. Only Rattay has a separate demographic for tracking reputation with traders, as every other village has their traders condensed within the villager demographic. If Henry’s reputation with an individual trader turns negative, than that individual will be less willing to haggle with Henry while trading. Henry’s reputation with an individual trader will be increased every time Henry closes a transaction with that individual, and therefore contribute to Henry’s combined reputation with the demographic from that area. The player will be able to see Henry’s reputation with any given trader on screen while dealing with them.
If you want to build up your reputation with an individual trader quickly, sell your items to that merchant one at a time. The reputation boost is per transaction, not per unit. Henry will also receive reputation with a trader by accepting lower prices on sold items when the trader does not have enough money to cover the full cost of the items Henry is selling. Henry can also receive a reputation boost with a trader by selling an item and haggling one step cheaper before closing the deal.
Henry’s reputation among Rattay guards is subject to the most scrutiny. If Henry is ever seen committing a crime, his reputation among the Rattay soldiers demographic will fall in great bounds as opposed to the small doses that are typical of upsetting individuals. When Henry’s reputation with Rattay soldiers is low, guards will be much more likely to stop and search Henry. Henry’s reputation with Rattay soldiers can be slowly increased by:
Helping Rattay soldiers during random encounter battles with bandits.
Performing successful speech or intimidation checks against guards that try to stop and search Henry, which will raise Henry’s reputation with that individual guard and contribute to the demographic reputation.
Impressing Captain Bernard through quest dialog will raise Henry’s reputation with Bernard as an individual, and reporting success in the quest Ruin to him will greatly improve Henry’s reputation with the soldier demographic.
Advancing the main quest line and winning the battle of Pribyslavitz will provide a large boost to Henry’s reputation among Rattay soldiers.
Winning the Rattay Tourney will make Henry famous and greatly increase his reputation with all demographics within Rattay. Repeatedly winning the tourney will quickly max out Henry’s reputation in Rattay.
Reputation lowers randomly for doing nothing. :: Kingdom Come
Mar 7, 2018 @ 11:04am
Reputation lowers randomly for doing nothing.
I have been testing reputation in Rattay. If you take something like a weapon even with no others around, sometimes your rep goes down, sometimes it does not. Then even if you take it and it does not, it will randomly go down later while just running around. I replicated this multiple times. So I assume if you want to keep your rep up, you cant take anything that you do not buy? That is not very “fun”.
Date Posted: Mar 7, 2018 @ 11:04amPosts: 18
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1 Crime and Reputation
2 Crime and Punishment
3 Stolen Goods
4 Associated locations
Crime and Reputation
All your actions have an impact on the way the people around you react to you. You can see the status of your reputation in the Player tab in the Reputation sub-tab. The better your reputation, the more friendly and helpful behaviour you can expect from others; people will talk to you more willingly, be easier to persuade or bribe and will offer you better prices in trades.
Your reputation will be monitored in individual locations and you will see how it stands with the various factions of people you meet in each location by clicking on them. Every NPC belongs to at least one faction (sometimes to several at once) and you can be sure he or she will spread the word in the community about your good or bad behaviour.
Apart from your reputation in various parts of the world, your relations with particular individuals is also important. If you do or say something to please or offend a particular person, they will treat you differently that the others in their faction(s).
Your reputation falls not only when you commit crimes or other unchristian deeds, but also when you intimidate people, refuse requests or lie to them (if you get caught out, of course! ). You can restore your good name by helping the person in question or someone close to them, by paying generously or selling cheap in trades. If all else fails, time heals all wounds and people will eventually forget their grievances.
Crime and Punishment
All infringements of the law are punished and the severity of the punishment fits the crime. Theft will land you a fine and confiscation of the loot, while a killing will incur a much more severe penalty. The nature of the penalty is shown by the icon next to the compass at the top of the screen:
If someone sees you committing a crime, but you don’t get caught, you’re still not in the clear. Witnesses will remember you and if you return to the scene of the crime, there’s a strong chance the guards will still be on the lookout for you and will continue to pursue you. This is indicated by the punishment icon reappearing next to the compass on your return.
When the catchpoles catch you, unless they want to kill you outright, they will confiscate all your loot and impose a penalty for all your known infringements of the law. Once you accept your punishment, all your known felonies in the location will be deleted. If you find the punishment too harsh, you can try talking your way out of it. And if that doesn’t work, you can always resist arrest or take to your heels. Although once you take that course of action, the guards will take a harsher approach and try to stop you by force.
Your last option is to accept a jail sentence and serve the time for your crime. The downside to that is that rotting in a dungeon won’t do you much good.
The best way to avoid confrontation with the law is to keep your nose clean. And if you can’t be good, at least be careful – don’t get caught and don’t leave witnesses!
Stolen goods you’re carrying are marked in your inventory as such.
If a guard finds them on you, he’ll always confiscate them. That can happen if you’re arrested or even during a routine search at the town gate during troubled times.
Selling stolen goods to a dealer is another matter. There’s not much chance of anyone recognising a stolen apple or cabbage, but if you steal the Rattay Bailiff’s gold chain, it will stand out like a sore thumb not only in Rattay, but also for miles around. Whether your loot is recognised also depends on how close to the scene of the theft you try to sell it and how recently it was stolen. Once enough time goes by, people will forget about the stolen item even at the scene of the crime and may buy it back from you. So, the more valuable and rare a stolen item is, the further away and the later you sell it, the better.
If your loot is really hot, it’s best to go to a known fence. For example, the millers have a reputation for being mixed up in shady deals.
Rovna (always 0 reputation)
Mill (always 0 reputation)
Pribyslavitz (always 0 reputation) (Note: not true. I cleared it out before main story goes there and stand at 50 reputation)
Sasau Monastery monks
Skalitz refugees – Rattay
Vranik (always 0 reputation)
Sasau refugees – Rattay
Frequently Asked Questions about kingdom come how to fix reputation
Why do I keep losing reputation Kingdom Come?
Reputation lowers randomly for doing nothing. I have been testing reputation in Rattay. If you take something like a weapon even with no others around, sometimes your rep goes down, sometimes it does not. Then even if you take it and it does not, it will randomly go down later while just running around.Mar 7, 2018
Does reputation matter kingdom come?
The better your reputation, the more friendly and helpful behaviour you can expect from others; people will talk to you more willingly, be easier to persuade or bribe and will offer you better prices in trades.
How do I raise my Rattay Guard reputation?
My current reputation with Rattay soldiers is at 52. And I think it goes up if you let the soldiers search you for stolen goods. So if you see a soldier halt you, hit the surrender buttons and chose the option that lets them freely search you. This may make the reputation of them go up.Feb 16, 2018