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Apr
10
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
7
answered Why didn't gavelkind split three kingdoms?
Apr
4
comment Why didn't gavelkind split three kingdoms?
The younger brother is not a bastard, his father remarried. Strangely, he is also a twin ... but has no siblings of the same age!
Apr
4
comment Why didn't gavelkind split three kingdoms?
I noticed the younger brother is from another mother. She has an independent duchy of her own. Maybe that messes up everything? It shouldn't be relevant, though.
Apr
4
comment Why didn't gavelkind split three kingdoms?
@Studoku Sure, but they are old – can't be loaded in new installations (2.1 and newer). dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/204528/ireland-saves.zip The Kingdoms I'm looking at is Aquitaine.
Apr
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asked Why didn't gavelkind split three kingdoms?
Apr
3
revised How do I prevent my imbecile son from being an heir?
Added disclaimer about gavelkind
Apr
3
revised How do I prevent my imbecile son from being an heir?
Fixed order of list and added the bishop thing back, with a disclaimer
Apr
2
comment Which action is chosen in case of a tie?
@aman207 Nope. I had three categories up to four stars, and were working on my fifth, when someone decided to reset. Three times in a row we tied and continued. The fourth time it actually reset. :'(
Apr
2
comment Is there a way to create a leader for a mercenary band?
@Affine The twist is, that I currently do not control it. No one does; it has no leader. I wanted to know if I could dynamically create a leader, somehow.
Apr
1
comment Is there a way to create a leader for a mercenary band?
Yeah, that's what I think too. I was thinking to give the title to myself, and then create a random new vassal, but I assume that is only posible for baronies and bishopries.
Apr
1
asked Is there a way to create a leader for a mercenary band?
Mar
17
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
17
answered Is there a risk of inbred children with fake fatherhood?
Mar
11
comment My son is a moron and I don't want him inheriting my empire. Why can't I nominate him as a bishop?
Good answer – but bear in mind, that Enrique is Strong. That gives him a health boost, and he is less likely to die in prison (or just in general). Him in prison is a really good way to get shafted with a regent for sixty years! On the other hand he is also a coward, which makes it less likely for him to be captured or killed. Man, Enrique relly sucks.
Mar
11
comment My son is a moron and I don't want him inheriting my empire. Why can't I nominate him as a bishop?
You can't plot against your offspring? Are you sure? If that truly is the case, you might consider him to spearhead 300 men in battle against a million foes. Risky though, they might simply put him in jail, and you'll be put under regency. He is strong, and thus less likely to die.
Mar
11
comment My son is a moron and I don't want him inheriting my empire. Why can't I nominate him as a bishop?
I think this exploit has been removed, so that you cannot forcefully remove your heirs from the line of succession. I think you need to consider the sturdiness of your balconies.
Mar
11
accepted Who should I appoint regents and partners?
Feb
26
comment How should I punish my revolting vassals?
I believe the Oubliette event has been removed, and replaced with a similar one, that is super bugged. Afaik, the new event is much less likely to fire.