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I am a frontend developer, who is somewhat anal about clean markup, simple scripts, and object oriented CSS. I have a dark past as .NET developer, marketing student, graphic designer, and entrepreneur.

Also, I have an unnatural caffeine intake and a unhealthy obsession with Futurama. In my spare time, I enjoy long drinks on the beach followed by beating people up.


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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered I imprisoned my wife: if I exile her, will we be still married?
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comment What's the life expectancy?
Some players have noted that it seems wealthy or landed people live longer, and that some pagan cultures have shorter life span. I've never read anything definite on this, and I don't expect it to be true, so I've left it out, but if anyone know something, please share it.
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answered What's the life expectancy?
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comment My neighbour is rich. I want in on that
@Affine I'm actually contemplating giving him his duchy back, then revoke that one year later (minimum time needed to revoke a granted title). Maybe he will be less willing to let me revoke a duchy than a county.
Dec
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revised What exactly causes an alliance to be formed?
Corrected info about which close relations gives alliances
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answered What exactly causes an alliance to be formed?
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comment My neighbour is rich. I want in on that
That's annoying. I figured it would work, since he only held a single county. I went back to an earlier save, usurped his title, and now he becomes a vassal as you say, even if I don't understand why. Unfortunatelly, he is cool with me revoking the county – so I need to find another way to lock him up. :)
Dec
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comment My neighbour is rich. I want in on that
@Studoku I created the duchy, and declared war on the liege for my de jure territory. However, the duke did not become my count-vassal – now he is simply unlanded. Should I have usurped his other duchy first? Or did he have to be independent?
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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comment If I usurp a King, will all of his vassals swear fealty to me?
I agree that they will most likely not accept vassalage. I already have claims to a majority of the titles (through courtiers or duke vassals), so that's not the problem. I think the biggest takeaway from this, is that the Kingdom will be fractured, and there will be multiple people to declare war on. This means weaker armies and less issues with truce periods.
Dec
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comment CK2 - Is it possible to upgrade tribal holdings of vassals?
As a side note, when you conquer new territory, you will some times be granted cities and temples. This will give you the "wrong government type" modifier. To solve this, you can either give these away manually, or right-click on them in province view, and choose "create new vassal".
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accepted If I usurp a King, will all of his vassals swear fealty to me?
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asked If I usurp a King, will all of his vassals swear fealty to me?
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accepted My neighbour is rich. I want in on that
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awarded  Notable Question