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Why is it that nordic rulers get the nordic moot as a choice for succesion laws. the dam thing broke my game, I formed the nordic empire and all my titles was removed when my guy died. My empire title gone, my kingdom title gone, my county title gone and somehow given to someone that's not even related or vassal or even a commander, or anything at and all i get is a big game over.........

How do i mod it so i can change it to what ever i want....
 

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/common/laws/succession

Open both ek_succession_laws.txt and succession_laws.txt

Most laws (IE; the ones that don't require a specific government form or title) have something like


Code:
NAND = {
                OR = {
                    title = k_skyrim
                    title = e_nordic
                }
                holder_scope = {
                    OR = {
                        culture = nord
                        culture = skaal
                        culture = atmoran
                    }
                }
            }
in them. Remove it for any succession law you want to have.

I've checked through and there doesn't seem to be a maintenance event or similar that switches them back but I haven't tested so make sure you check your laws periodically.
 

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/common/laws/succession

Open both ek_succession_laws.txt and succession_laws.txt

Most laws (IE; the ones that don't require a specific government form or title) have something like


Code:
NAND = {
                OR = {
                    title = k_skyrim
                    title = e_nordic
                }
                holder_scope = {
                    OR = {
                        culture = nord
                        culture = skaal
                        culture = atmoran
                    }
                }
            }
in them. Remove it for any succession law you want to have.

I've checked through and there doesn't seem to be a maintenance event or similar that switches them back but I haven't tested so make sure you check your laws periodically.

Thanks man, sorry for the late reply and if i sounded mad, i was able to do some digging and fixed it before coming back here to check for the answer. But yea, it made me mad seeing that. Cause i did a lot of work getting the titles just to lose them all at death.

So far i haven't had any issues with it and works as intended. Now i just gotta learn how to mod it so titular titles can be made and even de jure drift into the nordic empire so i don't have to mange 20+ vassals
 
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Most titular king titles have a region localized version of


Code:
OR = {
                lower_tier_than = KING
                NOT = {
                    has_landed_title = k_skyrim
                    any_vassal = { has_landed_title = k_skyrim }
                }
            }
In their allow section. So if you go into \common\landed_titles\tamriel_landed_titles.txt it should have all the default titular king titles for Tamriel, then you should be able to remove that section for the titles you want and it should set it up correctly.

Also I believe you want to tab out the assimilate = no section for drifting (should be just under capital) but keep in mind that this could cause them to assimilate into the default set up if they aren't pushed out otherwise. I would recommend not doing that, just because the AI hasn't historically done well in EK with defacto petty kings.