Total War Three Kingdoms A World Betrayed Yan Baihu Faction Guide Bandit Factions Zheng Jiang Zhang Yan White Tiger Bandit Network

Total War: Three Kingdoms – A World Betrayed: Yan Baihu and bandit factions guide

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Total War: Three Kingdoms – A World Betrayed brings new challenges in a land ravaged by warlords. Yan Baihu is one such warrior, and he’s also free to all Total War: Three Kingdoms players. The leader of the White Tiger bandits waits for the perfect opportunity to lead the Shanyue hordes. Here’s our detailed faction guide to help you with Yan Baihu’s faction mechanics, events, campaign progression, as well as the new bandit ruler features.

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Note: This guide was completed while playing Romance Mode on VH/VH difficulty. For more information, check out our Total War: Three Kingdoms – A World Betrayed guides and features hub.

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A World Betrayed: Yan Baihu – The White Tiger of the Shanyue

I. Yan Baihu’s faction mechanics – We explain Yan Baihu’s faction mechanics such as the White Tiger Confederation and how this affects Bandit Network techs. We also discuss tidbits about the new additions from patch 1.5’s bandit factions rework.

II. Yan Baihu’s campaign progression – We detail the White Tiger’s opening moves, dilemmas, and what you can expect as you expand to form your own Shanyue Kingdom.

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