One, on an Empire scale, it's very difficult to manage threat.
This item will only be visible in searches to you, your friends, and admins. The other side of the coin is keeping your vassals weak, and reducing their powerbase when possible. Everything you've worked for could be undone in years.
Everything you've worked for could be undone in years. This will make it near impossible for your vassals to expand via conquest, and they're thus much more likely to remain weak.
This is covered in further detail in the installment on construction.By upgrading your holdings you'll have more money available, and more troops. They'll also not be using up huge amounts of levies on pointless internal wars, so you'll have the levies you need when you go to war. Finally, you should do your best to keep your vassals happy. Great guide. Unless you actually want someone to rebel it is usually better to pay them off with a bribe than to have to crush their rebellion. Having all your vassals of the same religion is especially simple, as at Medium Crown Authority you can revoke any title held by a Heretic or Infidel without incurring tyranny. You need to sign in or create an account to do that. This item has been removed from the community because it violates Steam Community & Content Guidelines. A few good traits can make a huge difference both when it comes to chance of rebellion, and the levies and taxes he can get from his vassals. With conclave, you might have to put powerful vassals on the council. As such you should be careful about when you give them out, as there's a rather limited number of them. One county and one barony is also fine, but only a single holding is preferable. Beyond how you distribute county/duchy grants, and stripping of titles, it is very important to attain Medium Crown Authority. Also, about inheritance, when your king has low Intendance skills, you might want to give your baronies to old men with no relatives, as they will provide full … Since they can't expand my boarders, they will look to my other vassals for expansion. By -=Crucesignatus=- It is so incredible easy to vassalise the papacy and it is such a usefull vassal as it can break the status quo between you and your fellow Roman-Catholic brothers. If the Viceroy decides to convert, I can choose a stronger candidate after the title reverts back to me. How to make your vassals happy and play a significantly easier game. I lost in civil war without a chance. To prevent sizable rebellions, you have one primary goal: Prevent your vassals from having more power than you. Search for characters that are rulers, are of your religion, and are of your culture. This item will only be visible to you, admins, and anyone marked as a creator. Mar 12, 2013 @ 7:38pm How to create a vassal? This is achieved in multiple ways. © Valve Corporation. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. How would i ... otherwise you may find yourself granting some other Duke or King a vassal #2.
isn't it necessary that the antipope is in your dynasty ? @OFICER975 You Need Sons Of Abraham To Call For A Crusade.
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In this example you start as the Holy Roman emperor Heinrich IV in one of the two 1066 bookmarks. Inducing rebellion can help, Get Medium Crown Authority, it will stop vassals from expanding via intra-realm conquest, Hold every county in two bordering duchies, Upgrade your holdings as much as possible, Give out bribes and honorary titles to prevent rebellion. All information in this guide is speculative and vill vary from person to person. The new count will then soon make the holdings in the county into vassals, and will be of no threat to you.
Finally, apply bribes and honorary titles strategically. In three months he decided to take away all my lands. I WANT A CRUSADE. As your vassals naturaly aprove this law, it should be no problem. Keep your vassals happy and weak, and yourself strong, and it becomes much easier to hold onto the throne.My tips are as follows: Crusader Kings II Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. I'll try to cover as many aspects as possible but might miss some so feel free to comment if you think something could be added and I'll look into it.
I waited till this king died and sweared fealty to new king.
You can then follow the strategy described above to give this title to someone else.Further, you can deliberately make strong vassals rebel so that you can imprison them and strip them of a title. This item will only be visible to you, admins, and anyone marked as a creator. The two most important ways of doing this is keeping your vassals the same culture as you, and keeping them the same religion as you. You should be quite careful about who you give these titles to, as it is easy to end up with a single vassal holding many titles, and eventually being able to challenge your power. It is only visible to you. If any single vassal gets strong enough to challenge your power, you're at constant risk of rebellion.
In this guide I will give you the strategy how to vassalise it at what the extra bonusses are.
this is a very simple idea, but for the experinced, being the holy roman emporer in the 1066 start date basically garuntees the game if you can manage your vassals, what are other easy empires to create, because you only need an empire title, and a priest who is related to you that likes you more the the pope, I usually tplay pagan but I was thinking, maybe Hispania, cpmquring the muslims, Francia, but you would have to claim Burgundy from the Holy Roman Emporer, maybe Britiana would be an easy one, only England/Scotland/ and the task of the isles and wales?
Guide to vassalise the papacy and its uses as a vassal.
The guide is split into a "Too Long Didn't Read" and a explanation of why certain tricks work. All Discussions Screenshots Artwork Broadcasts Videos Workshop News Guides Reviews Crusader Kings II > General Discussions > Topic Details. I also added a section under the tips and tricks about how to manipulate succession, I hope you find it useful. Increasing opinion There are several things you can do which increase vassal opinion. The first thing you need to do is passing the law of free investiture. There are just two requirements to vassalise the papacy: (it is sooooo easy). For duchies you do much the same. To add to that, it's very problematic when you conquer king tier titles from other religion and have a landed noble rule over it.
When you vassilised the pope I recommend that you turn the investiture laws back to papal as soon as possible as it halves the cost of each action summed up below.
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By keeping your entire demesne in two duchies you avoid the penalty from having more than two duchies, and you avoid the penalties for vassals desiring your duchies. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Another way to make them rebel without incurring tyranny is imprisoning them with a just cause.
Does he also pay the amount of taxes he does to catholics? This lets you avoid the large 'foreigner' penalties, and you get -15% risk of rebellion for each.
I Like to play as scandanavian its a nightmare there all mental. The advantage of keeping your demesne limited to a small geographical area is that you can now gather up your army very quickly, so you'll be able to respond quickly to any rebellion with very low risk of your units being picked off separately.
Unless you have good reason not to, your heir should always be your ward, not someone else's. 20-35 taxes?