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Hi,

Could someone please explain how the join dynasty feature works for the created characters? Is it a trait you select and if so which one?

Thanks for any help
 

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Hi,

you have to select a trait called House Cuszomiser in the ruler designer, it is a yellowish banner near the end of the list. After that start the game and right click on the character you want to be related to (keep age difference in mind if you want to be a son/daughter).

If you want to play as a dead famous house, just wait for a bit after starting the game, you will get an event where you can pick dead houses.

If you want to play as a cadett house you have to be a careful, because the names are a bit buggy in this version and the names displayed are mixed up.
 

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Hi,

you have to select a trait called House Cuszomiser in the ruler designer, it is a yellowish banner near the end of the list. After that start the game and right click on the character you want to be related to (keep age difference in mind if you want to be a son/daughter).

If you want to play as a dead famous house, just wait for a bit after starting the game, you will get an event where you can pick dead houses.

If you want to play as a cadett house you have to be a careful, because the names are a bit buggy in this version and the names displayed are mixed up.
Thanks for that my friend; I appreciate it.

You wouldn't happen to know if this has it's own submod or something would you? I think it's a deadly mechanic and I'd love to try it in the main setting after my GOT run is over

Thanks