Feasts will often have events which give you choices which will either increase or decrease the opinion of every guest. That's all fine and dandy, but it be great if I could know exactly who's at the feast when I'm presented with these decisions, since there's some folks whose opinion is already so high that I don't really care about taking a small opinion penalty.

How can I see who the guests are at a feast?


This is super unintuitive, but when you host a feast, a little tiny feast icon generates on the map when you're zoomed in close enough. I think it's always in your capital when you host it, but if you get invited to a vassal's feast, it'll be in their capital instead.enter image description here

When you click it, you get a nifty little pop-up with a list of all the persons attending!

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Hunts and pilgrimages also generate a tiny location-specific icon, but I don't think those expand out to show who's with you. (This may be a bug)

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    What a handy menu to hide away where you can't really see it.
    – Wipqozn
    Sep 20 '20 at 14:23
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    Clicking on your ruler's portrait in the character screen will zoom you to their current location, which lets you avoid having to figure out manually where a hosting vassal's capital is.
    – A_S00
    Sep 21 '20 at 22:50

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