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Please please please look at this.

It makes no sense how my son who has grown up and groomed for heirdom can suddenly be shunned when he happens to inherit another kingdom.

I'm playing as ERE and managed to inherit France and Austria into my emperor with Germany soon to follow once my heir took the throne and the current ruler died. However, they died early and he inherited the throne. This then adds the malice modifier that he is a foreign ruler even though he's the same culture, religion and the previous favourite. It makes no sense and now it becomes a came of murdering off all my other family because the AI keeps trying to nominate random members of my dynasty over a character who was already in line, has the best skills, similar culture and religion.

I understand it if it was someone completely random but there must be some way to get the AI to check other things rather than the title only. The imperial elective has manageable issues but on occasion this one can literally break your game when it decides someone random is better than your dynasty because of a sudden title change.
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