The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
It was mentioned in a comment on the previous dev diary. And obviously the Conclave version is properly integrated with Conclave's own mechanics.
Yes, I had that problem playing as Basque. I had a lot of mayor titles given to women since the title usually goes to a random lowborn anyway.I just had another thought, how good will the AI cope with landed females, especially on the higher ranks (countess, duchess, queens). Currently in CK2, it is very very rare for me to see a female ruler actually initiate a matrilineal marriage themselves. More often than not, they will just enter a regular marriage and lose their land/dynastic holdings to their son of another dynasty.
My worry is that with females being being able to act as equals now, i might land my daughters etc with lots of titles/land only to lose them all as they do not marry matrilineally and lose all the land/titles i gave them to someone outside the kingdom. I don't think there is an option to force all females of your dynasty to marry matrilineally? I'm not confident how good the AI is at coping with females rulers in a kingdom where female rulers from inheritance etc may be the norm.
At least with males, you know they will marry normally and their children of your dynasty will inherit.
welp tthe price of not looking up the forums for a week. And I hope it will be better than the mod (which is still magnificent) I cried every time I saw a pagan priestess giving me a stare for allowing women to have some laws in this societyIt was mentioned in a comment on the previous dev diary. And obviously the Conclave version is properly integrated with Conclave's own mechanics.
One thing I forgot to mention is that the relative tier of the titles are also taken into consideration. When looking for a possible husband, a baroness will not ask for a matrilinear marriage from a duke, but a duchess would ask for one from a count, for example.Let's see how this works out then; it IMHO shouldn't become too common either. I guess it depends on personality and characteristics; 2 landed noble women of comparable power, but with a different personality (one may be strong and the other a weak ruler) should IMHO still end up in a different kind of marriage. IMHO every female ruler in a matrilinear marriage would be just as bad as no female ruler in a matrilinear marriage. It occurred, but certainly not always. Again let's see how the changes work out.