- May 16, 2016
Its only worst choice in CK3 because it is currently bugged with partition though. Or is that not your experience? Mine was that regardless of who got chosen as tanist (that's not the part that's bugged) upon succession your domain still gets split up with partition (which is not the behaviour of tanistry in CK2, no idea if it's intended for partition to still have an effect in tanistry now) but more importantly your capital goes to a direct heir of your current monarch, leaving the tanist (the guy you will be playing as after succession) with ONLY the top level kingdom title and next to no domain. I'm fairly sure that's not intended, especially since that single county tanist will be killed by a faction in the first year.That is not my experience with Tanistry, so far my electors are voting for the strongest rulers in the realm so its easier to maintain control after the sucession. I just had an election where they voted for a count because he had good traits/stats and was Inteligent.