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    Agnatic-Cognatic vs Abolute Cognatic

    So, within Elective monarchies, duchies, etc. What is the difference between Agnatic-Cognatic and Absolute Cognatic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancescenario6 View Post
    So, within Elective monarchies, duchies, etc. What is the difference between Agnatic-Cognatic and Absolute Cognatic?
    You can grant titles to women in absolute cognatic.

    But for the succession? Nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arathian View Post
    You can grant titles to women in absolute cognatic.

    But for the succession? Nothing.
    That's what I figured, just wanted to double check. Thanks!

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    I thought women could inherit as a last resort in Agnatic-Cognatic
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    Quote Originally Posted by heliostellar View Post
    I thought women could inherit as a last resort in Agnatic-Cognatic
    They can but you cannot GRANT them titles directly. You can in absolute cognatic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heliostellar View Post
    I thought women could inherit as a last resort in Agnatic-Cognatic
    This is true in primo, seniority, and gavelkind monarchies, but in elective ones, I think you can equally nominate a woman in Agnatic-Cognatic

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancescenario6 View Post
    This is true in primo, seniority, and gavelkind monarchies, but in elective ones, I think you can equally nominate a woman in Agnatic-Cognatic
    Noppity nope. This is why agn.- cogn. elective and seniority and both redundant since they both require no living male applicants

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