Where is the file where I can change the length of incorporation duchies to kingdoms?
Thanks for all the help so far!
How do I improve my crown authority?
And who can I give a title for a city mayor thing to, who wont think it's beneath them?
Learning the Hard Way: An Iroquois AAR
EUIII HTTT 4.1b (Steam)
As for the city, give it to a courtier in your realm who doesn't already hold a feudal or ecclesiastical title. Go to the character search, and filter by male, my culture, my religion, not in prison. Sort by stewardship and give the city to the best candidate! (By best, I mean preferably content, avoiding envious and ambitious like the plague. I'd encourage passing on vassals with deceitful as well, but if they're sufficiently good otherwise go for it.)
Just playing a game where my Duke of Brittany rebelled. The King of France decided he wanted to push a claim on Brittany when I'd nearly finished the war. I got up to 100% War Score but because he had now occupied one of Brittany's territories I couldn't offer any peace treaty to Brittany. This is odd as I've frequently had wars end up inconclusively when I've interfered in a civil war and had occupied holdings, so why couldn't I end the war? Frustratingly, I had earlier had an offer of a White Truce from Brittany when I'd reached 66% War Score but I rejected it as I wanted to win comprehensively and enforce demands.
Also Brittany appears to be elective. If I revoke the Duchy will it become Primo like my own crown laws (Ireland). Kingdom of Brittany doesn't exist.
Any way to transport allies in your ships?? ... I have 10k of AI armies just sitting in my capital when they should be sailing to Jerusalem to actually do something. 8 people joined my war of defense, none have gotten troops to the field .. Also, when i accepted an offer to join, my Holy Crusaders stack (or whatever they're called) disbanded itself ... whats up with that?
Does everyone is a province with a title (baron, bishop, mayor) influence the MTTH of the culture change event or does only the count...count. Also would building additional towns and giving them to a guy of my desired culture speed up the MTTH?
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Quick Question: is there any way you can back a plot of someone else, or do you have to be invited? I discover plots sometimes which I would sure like to succeed, any way to help things along?
Separate question - the Pope has now excommunicated the King of France and I have enough Piety to get an Invasion CB against them. But I'm not sure I could beat them on the battlefield and can't afford that many mercenaries. Will Holy Orders fight against excommunicated Catholics?
I seem to recall that they do, but haven't tested myself. But that should be an easy test.
Is there a way to change the inheritance laws of your vassals? I gave a duchy to a family member of mine, now he changed the inheritance law to elective, the crazy bastard!
Thanks! I'll try that.
What determines the cost of forging a claim? Is it your rank? The rank of the forged claim (count vs. duke)? The rank of the current owner? It always seems to be more each time I do it, although that could be because I only notice when I'm running short on cash.
Now here's the catch. In the meantime, I succesfully managed to install a new count in Desmond, Ireland and he became my vassal. Unfortunately, he went and joined the war against the English king. So what I've got going on right now is that my ally, who's not hostile towards me, has no way to reclaim the counties. Also, he can't -or won't- enforce his demands on the rebelling duke. Since it's not my war, neither can I.
I'm thinking I should go and kill either the English duke or the Irish count. Any thoughts?