- Nov 4, 2013
Not easily, but it might be possibly with some hacky workaround, making it so that if a title has X succession law and is not primary and the primary title also has X succession law, no Electors are available and the only candidate is the current heir of the primary title. It would need to be tested, though.Will it be possible to script the succession laws so that several titles under elective all go to the winner of the main title?
i.e. if I have three kingdoms, all with elective succession, can it be possible to make it so that all three are tied under the succession of the main one?
Yes, if it's your primary title, the Imperial Government is prioritized over the other "feudal" governments.Will Imperial override iqta and monastic feudal so you can play Shia Rome or Bodpa Byzantium?
This was already possible. If you have Feudal Elective + Full Cognatic, you can elect Kaiserins. The AI's behavior has been largely improved with the new system, so Electors are not always somewhat against picking women regardless of laws and religion.Will the switch to scripted rules make it possible to have full cognatic elective realms? Even if it's just moddable now?
Can I have a female Kaiserin on the throne of the HRE?
That is a possibility if your ruler manages to get enough favor within the court now, yes.I love this sooo much for my sneaky-Sicily-duchess-who-always-marries-Basil-and-kills-his-children-so-that-hers-can-inheret game, hopefully (since she's always the lethally competent spymaster after she marries him) this'll make it legitimately feasible to become empress directly, instead of always being throne-adjacent until I take over it with military might. I've wanted that playthrough for so, so long.
Only unreformed tribals of those religion start with it, unless you pick one of the Doctrines that unlock it.Anyway, question: do Romuva and African pagans retain the eldership succession upon reformation or do they need to pick a doctrine to keep it?