What kind of challenge is there if you don't even have to manage your vassals?

Started creating dukes but when founded empire of India the spam from dukes asking for land for their sons was several times a year again.

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Don't expand too fast, milk big tributary neighbours and improve your demesne with a lot of universites and cities. Unruly vassals (especially landed brothers and sons) were a major source of conflict for european rulers in the early and high middle ages. Think about how much time the early HREmperors spent just beating up the various stemduchies again and again. Well, mainly my objective is to stay within my vassal limit. I thought about hoing full Shadow Emperor with a Shogun like vassal. For more information, see our Privacy Statement.

All I can do is wait for them to rebel and throw them in my dungeon...it's not ideal..my vassals hate me. A simple mod that requires a law to be passed to allow direct control of vassal levies. You signed in with another tab or window.

If any single vassal gets strong enough to challenge your power, you're at constant risk of rebellion. I remember one campaign where I spend an hour after loading a game making the AI follow internal nation borders that I designated because AI kingdoms within my borders ended up having provinces the other side of Europe triggering my border gore response. They never ally up against you.

It's just not so easy. So if a count's territories are inherited by another vassal kingdom it instead reverts to the viceroyalty king. Learn more.

But once I give it away, who knows what happens within that kingdom. Which is why I wish Kingdom vassals could prevent such a thing massively lowering the amount of micro-management needed. unless you can just convince them to implement gavelkind (DLC feature i think?) - which can often resolve the problem peacefully before it actually becomes critical. It really drains the fun from this game. CK3's Vassal Contracts aim to more accurately represent the feudal structure and also create more drama between lieges and their vassals. So as it stands the buck stops with the Emperor. I wouldn't bother with king vassal because they create a mess, consolidate power, no free revokes, screw up your crown laws, and most of all add another layer which mean you get less gold and troops (superdukes cut out the middle man). When a Crusader Kings II (CK2) game is launched, Paradox servers collect information about the game setup such as game version, single player or multiplayer, and what mods are in use. Basically a bit of everything the ones before me said. They take care of rebellions and raiders and I can raise all their troops in one place. All rights reserved. That's no longer my business, You can also check for counts and dukes by looking for shield icons inside your realm. Switch to Primogeniture, give Kingdom to heir, transfer vassalage for everyone to heir. On your character screen you should have tabs. Like the law where territory can't pass outside the realm via inheritance. I had only one big rebellion in this game and it was during a regency and 4 holdings over demesne limit. If you've played Crusader Kings II for any decent length of time, you've almost certainly encountered what happens when vassals get too strong and dislike you. If nothing happens, download Xcode and try again. You can always update your selection by clicking Cookie Preferences at the bottom of the page. "internal nation borders" what does that mean? No it considers the realm as the highest title aka the Empire. Not only does this provide exclusive access, it also cuts down the cost of hiring them by a large percentage This guide is mainly deals with vassalizing mercenaries, since Holy Orders tend to be far easier to subjugate. it may become problematic if you have hereditary kingdom titles AND let the game run for centuries. JavaScript is disabled. That's the key, be stronger than your vassals all the time. He constantly has to deal with 30 vassals who all have the same about of troops he does and can never delegate titles. Now you can show them their place (if you have what it takes to be a real Ruler ) The laws has been changed and with them alot of mechanics Use crown autority to show them who rules the kingdom,now it increase vassal limit. It is valid as of patch 2.0.4. Now, it's worth noting that the various levy/tax laws in CK2 were blanket laws, affecting every vassal equally. This is how you manage your vassals.

If nothing happens, download the GitHub extension for Visual Studio and try again. Every shield icon is a direct vassal. Español - Latinoamérica (Spanish - Latin America). Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers. Xsolla is an authorized global distributor of Paradox Interactive, https://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/index.php?threads/this-is-how-to-control-vassals.1024472/, Dr. Klen'Moral Observations on the effects of isolation on Hive-Minded drones. Even if all my vassals together raises their levies they hardly can get 100k.

in that case you may have to occasionally trigger a big civil war to disinherit some vassals that collected too much and split up their possessions.

If they still piss you off, you kill their son. No problems with vassal limit either. they're used to log you in. The spam from vassals asking for land to their unlanded sons was endless.

Learn more, We use analytics cookies to understand how you use our websites so we can make them better, e.g. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Use Git or checkout with SVN using the web URL. Dont know why did you use the term nation, it has way different meaning than realm/state. And you marry their last child to your inbred ugly distant cousin. this micro management is not needed at all. To stop him from gaining a king title I simply hold them all. If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again. You must log in or register to reply here. When founded empire only had counts vassals. And their kitty. We use optional third-party analytics cookies to understand how you use GitHub.com so we can build better products. Then was back to old set up with king vassals. Background Incorporating mercenary companies and Holy Orders can be incredibly useful for a player. He loves me for ever and I have nothing to do with the rest. Less methodical and more....eyeball-y.

A simple mod that requires a law to be passed to allow direct control of vassal levies. download the GitHub extension for Visual Studio. Work fast with our official CLI. Learn more. This mod adds some realism to the game Tired of democracy ? Marriages for the big ones (the game is so easy since the conclave patch you can literally betroth a 1 year old and gain a non agg with your vassals), bribes for any counts that get too unhappy and join large factions. they're used to gather information about the pages you visit and how many clicks you need to accomplish a task. Can try a game without the vassal limit in game rules. Plainly put the fewer the vassals the better. [18] Or at least a mod where you can pass such an internal law to reduce the amount of micromanagement needed. Everything you've worked for could be undone in years. An automate vassals feature would pretty much make playing the game pointless. GitHub is home to over 50 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Of course if they love you, everything is easier. Incompatible with any other mods that modify vanilla governments. This wasn't very accurate, and it also removed both the character aspect and agency from the system. So to keep it down I create all the duchies in a kingdom and then grant a viceroy that kingdown, with all the duke vassals. I simply don't have rebellions or factions anymore.

This ruler is not the best martial one I had but I can easily raise 60-65k levies with a good ruler. Which results in vassals inheriting land between different kingdoms and everything just becomes an absolute mess. Since the original author seems to have abandoned his mod (although I have PMd him - let's wait and see), I tried to update this mod as I hate how vassal levies are done in CK2 in general, where someone's opinion decides how many troops are given. We use essential cookies to perform essential website functions, e.g. Genuinely, vassal management just isent that hard anymore. Bored of keep pleased your vassals and being their slave ? I hive all my vassals to one viceroy King. Incompatible with any other mods that modify vanilla governments.

If your building a massive empire then delegating vassals to king tier vassals is the one. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. What I do personally is give entire kingdoms worth of duchy viceroys to one count. [18] Data collected on 23 April 2017 showed that at least 42% of users on that day had activated at least one mod. Then look through de jure duchy/kingdom map layer to transfer them to the proper place. Crusader Kings 2 Vassal-Call-to-Arms Mod. Problem with that is the only titles that generally return is VR. the realm will work just fine with bordergore. Learn more. We use optional third-party analytics cookies to understand how you use GitHub.com so we can build better products. Personally advice against it. I feel that the more I expand my empire, the more tedious it gets managing the vassals. Especially if you run viceroyalties. One of the biggest most annoying pet peeves this game has.

I have seen AI Byzantine empire do this, except eventually the megaduke created the kingdom of Anatolia.