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    Investigate a Rival's CA?

    The EU3 ledger had just about every last drop of information you could possibly ever want to see. Since it's so infinitely dumbed down in CKII, where can I find information on an enemy's crown laws to get information I would need to vote as an elector in CA changes?

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    The dejure border map mode. Hover your mouse over whatever country to get the info

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    Awesome, thanks.

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    I'm actualy curious as to how u can detect the personal laws of their domain, such as feudal levies and taxation. That would help me alot too in preparing for large campaigns against larger entities such as kings. If they have weak laws, I might be able to work that to my advantage.

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    Dunno for the laws, but as for the militia you can see when you click on a isngle settlement how much men it provides. Also there is a chart for army strength in theory for the different nations somewhere amongst those hidden buttons below the minimap.

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    There is also a page in the ledger for independent realms, which tells you exactly how many levies a certain independent entity can raise at the given time. Of course, if you're fighting as a vassal against another vassal under the same liege, the ledger won't help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzer View Post
    There is also a page in the ledger for independent realms, which tells you exactly how many levies a certain independent entity can raise at the given time. Of course, if you're fighting as a vassal against another vassal under the same liege, the ledger won't help you.
    Yeah but I'm also playing with CK2+ mod

    and that mod does not allow you to take your full levy on a normal day, only if your in a defensive war will your vassals allow acces to their troops.

    Which can mean that on the ledger, the HRE only has 2000 troops, but if you declare war and he gets into a ''defensive'' war, he'll get the ability to raise up to 30% of his vassals levy depending on how much they like him. So that 2000, can easily turn into 10000 once you declare war.

    Being able to know what the realm laws are of the holy roman empire, will help a tonne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzer View Post
    There is also a page in the ledger for independent realms, which tells you exactly how many levies a certain independent entity can raise at the given time. Of course, if you're fighting as a vassal against another vassal under the same liege, the ledger won't help you.
    It's easier to press realm tree on character screen and hold mouse over percentage of force, then it will give you exact breakdowns of real levy\max levy, also for vassals comparing their levies to their lieges (so you can at glance say, who you should invite in your rebellion)

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