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I have a big issue. In a war most of the time when a territory is occupied it directly changes owner. Since. 2.0 (or 2.0.3 ?) instead of being hatched and negociated through a peace offer the territory changes hand directly. In this screenshot you can see that playing as Egypt I was allied with Macedon and they declared war to Antigonid Kingdom. But when I capture a territory it becomes immediatly a Macedon one so I can't hope to expand myself as being part of the belligerents.
Not only this, but as you can see in this picture the war score doesn't change, it remains about - 4 for me, and around 5 to 7 for Macedon who leads the offensive, despite the fact that I conquered a significant piece of their land. Do I miss something ? Is it a (huge) bug that I should report in the bug topic ?


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The reason the territories change hands immediately after occupation is because this particular war is fought with the Legacy of Alexander Casus Belli. It mimics the civil war territory flipping mechanics. At the start of the game only the Diadochi have acces to it in wars between each others. It dissapears after the first ruler (or second if playing as Antigonids) dies. Some historical wars also use this mechanic - Punic Wars or rise of Parthia. A similar CB can also be unlocked in the oratory tech tree. The warscore isn't influenced by the captured territory, only by battles and occupying co-belligerents territories.
 
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The reason the territories change hands immediately after occupation is because this particular war is fought with the Legacy of Alexander Casus Belli. It mimics the civil war territory flipping mechanics. At the start of the game only the Diadochi have acces to it in wars between each others. It dissapears after the first ruler (or second if playing as Antigonids) dies. Some historical wars also use this mechanic - Punic Wars or rise of Parthia. A similar CB can also be unlocked in the oratory tech tree. The warscore isn't influenced by the captured territory, only by battles and occupying co-belligerents territories.

As Tequilac said this is a feature. With the exception of the wars he mentioned all other wars play out as usual. Also not receiving war score in the above case is normal since you are not able to occupy any territories so your warscore is related only to battles and port blockades. It is the same as fighting a war and manually transferring all occupied land to your ally and war leader you get warscore again only from battles and blockades.
 
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