I am an 'independent count' (ie my direct liege is the King) in the Kingdom of Lombardy. The honorary title designated regent should give me a positive modifier with my king (+10), and probably prestige.
However, my liege, the King of Lombardy, went into hiding and so I am acting as regent.
From regencies I've had I am aware that one's regent has to agree with decision/actions- sending money, declaring war, etc.
The wiki page for regency deals mainly with the issue of selecting and having an AI character regent. It does have to say the following:
- face competition from other courtiers/direct vassals for control over the regency, including being replaced.
- embezzle money from the ruler
- donate to charity on behalf of the ruler (ruler loses wealth but gains piety)
- steal demesne holdings from the ruler, if the ruler has at least 5
- lower crown authority or tribal organization
- attempt to kill the underage ruler
- attempt to declare the underage ruler insane, imprison the ruler, and eventually steal the throne
But it isn't clear if any or all of these apply to a player regent.
What powers, effects or decisions does being regent give me?
Note: I don't have Conclave DLC, but I am interested in effects that are in play either with Conclave or without.