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Mar
8
accepted If the father dies before his child is born, will it lose all claims?
Mar
8
accepted Where the heck is Timbuktu?
Mar
8
comment What do the painted symbols mean?
Downvoter, care to comment?
Feb
3
comment What is the point of duchies if you're king?
Isn't it enough if he is any kind of vassal under you, so making him Count would suffice? I think you only need to have a higher title than the one his claim is on or he will leave your realm once the claim is pressed.
Feb
1
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
30
asked Does council opinion matter?
Jan
29
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
28
comment If the father dies before his child is born, will it lose all claims?
That's what I feared. A bit unrealistic though, I thought you get a claim because you are related, not because you happen to be around at the time of death. ;)
Jan
27
comment If the father dies before his child is born, will it lose all claims?
Yes, married matrilineally. The problem is that the claim does not show in the sons character view. Shouldn't it?
Jan
27
asked If the father dies before his child is born, will it lose all claims?
Jan
21
awarded  Caucus
Jan
18
comment How does protecting trade work in Conquest of Paradise?
From what I read the issue is connected to supply ship range, which seems to be fixed at 150. Not sure though. Some people had luck moving their ships close to the trade node first, at which point they could actually protect it.
Jan
16
comment How does protecting trade work in Conquest of Paradise?
This is likely bugged somehow. As Portugal and Castille, I had no trouble protecting the Western Europe Trade Node. So it might have something to do with the location of your country. Same goes for Colonial Trade Nodes.
Jan
16
accepted Why is the pope so erratic?
Jan
16
revised Why is the pope so erratic?
added 196 characters in body
Jan
15
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
15
awarded  Famous Question
Jan
14
comment Releasing a vassal as a vassal?
Yep, saw that too. That doesn't really answer what happens if you release them yourself though. Forcing an enemy to release a country doesn't make them their Vassal either, so there is a substantial difference between peacefully releasing someone and doing so by war.
Jan
12
awarded  Custodian
Jan
12
reviewed Approve What does the headlamp do?