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    Taking Provinces Out Of HRE?

    How do you take provinces out of the empire? i dont have the option to do it? the Emperor keeps asking for provinces! i completely rufuse to give anything to that Austrian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warmaster101 View Post
    How do you take provinces out of the empire?
    Click on the province, click the provincial decisions button, and select "Abandon the Holy Roman Empire". It costs one magistrate and requires you to already have negative relations with the emperor.
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    It dosen't give me the option to remove how do i get that option?

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    You can't be a member of the empire and remove provinces from the empire. I guess that's why you can't find it

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    ahh right yeah i was thinking that! damn it! i dont wanna leave and lose all the provinces ive conquered! i meant to leave when i started the game but completely forgot about it!

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    Then you have to wait for the provinces to be cored.
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    Even if you are not a member, you have to meet certain conditions. The decision will be visible but not selectable in these cases. What you will need is pretty bad relations with the emperor (-100 or lower I believe) and some magistrates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheridan View Post
    Even if you are not a member, you have to meet certain conditions. The decision will be visible but not selectable in these cases. What you will need is pretty bad relations with the emperor (-100 or lower I believe) and some magistrates.
    This.

    In order to avoid the event you can just keep a succession of shadow wars going as it won't fire while you are at war. Alternatively get yourself elected emperor.

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    Also, please register your game so we know which version you play; otherwise please start every post of yours with a mention of it. This, frex, is one of those rules questions which has multiple answers depending on version played.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheridan View Post
    Even if you are not a member, you have to meet certain conditions. The decision will be visible but not selectable in these cases. What you will need is pretty bad relations with the emperor (-100 or lower I believe) and some magistrates.
    you also need to be at peace.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warmaster101 View Post
    ahh right yeah i was thinking that! damn it! i dont wanna leave and lose all the provinces ive conquered! i meant to leave when i started the game but completely forgot about it!
    Unless you have lots of unlawful territory (why?) or the Emperor has passed lots of Reforms (yeah, sure), why would you want to leave the empire?

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