I thouhgt I have answered this when describing the tribal seniority in which the new clan leader will be a clan member with the highest prestige.When I asked about the Qabila I was actually wondering about succession within clans.
The clans in general will have a version of seniority succession - the new leader will be the one with highest prestige. I would call it - say - tribal seniority maybe?
Could you please share a link to it so we could combine our ideas for the sake of better CK2?DEVS I'LL PAY TONS FOR THIS!
I also made thread about representing ghulams(through bonuses and rebellion risks they could bring) for a more realistic late-game dynastic change but this one is very well outlined.
Thanks for all these positive reactions. It really helps the ideas to keep flowing
Could you please share a link to it so we could combine our ideas for the sake of better CK2?
no need to be sorry. It was really very easily overlookable... and also your posts made me realize that the workings inside the clan need to be explained in more detail... and it also helped me to find out a solution for one previously discussed and unsolved issue.Sorry, I didn't realize this sentence was describing succession within clans; I thought it was about the Qabila.
Thanks. Well, I did a few DDs (for mods), and this is much easier, since you don't have to force yourslef to hide/keep some things unmentioned.This is like watching dev diaries for a new DLC
Thank you!This is one of the most comprehensive suggestion threads I have ever seen. Spectacular!
- The Oasis is a new holding introduced by the Qabila DLC
- It is available only in provinces with desert terrain, or with province with other terrain (except forest and jungle) which a) either has some portion of desert, or b) has border with a desert province.
Not really.This may sound like a stupid question, but do Muslims in other parts of the world (like a Islamic Vikings) just have Iqta and use none of these other mechanics? They wouldn't even have access to Quabila mechanics or things like that, right?
EDIT: Also there still are those Mountaineer Tribal confederations (Qabilas), who don't need Oases and their tribal army's strength is based on number of normal settlements owned/controlled by the Tribe.