Governor: Player vs Companion

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Joe Friday

Veteran
So, I believe I understand the perks and roles of how companions operate as governors. What of the player? I don't know how to assign myself as governor to a settlement. Am I the governor of all the settlements that are not assigned to a companion? Or am I only the governor of a settlement that does not have an assigned companion while I am in said settlement? If that's the case it seems like the governor perks wouldn't be worth much for the player character unless you just sat in a settlement and didn't go anywhere.
Forgive me if this is answered somewhere else.
 

Ananda_The_Destroyer

Master Knight
Your main character can't be a governor so the perks don't do anything for them. You can only use other clan members, either spouses, hired wanderers, children or other family. I have not heard any plans from TW to change this.
 

Antaeus

Sergeant at Arms
I've never considered who technically governs an ungoverned settlement...

I guess it's one of the soldiers at the top of the garrison list?
 

Joe Friday

Veteran
Your main character can't be a governor so the perks don't do anything for them. You can only use other clan members, either spouses, hired wanderers, children or other family. I have not heard any plans from TW to change this.
Wow. That's disappointing. So this whole time I've been considering governor perks for my character it's been a waste? I wish TW would make the governor perks for the player something different.
 
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