I think he knows that. I just think he wanted to know if there was any thing to make his heir less retarded and not declare independence when he obviously couldn't win.
I had something witty to say in my head but I forgot it.
Under the Patronage of the Almighty Justinian
has anyone had a problem with alliances whenever I make one it says i cannot call family to war. Im getting comp stomped by a huge muslim alliance as georgia becuase they keep hogging the mercs and my 3 buddies refuse to help
dan da man wit da plan
all hail the mighty money cheat
What's with all those jackass family members asking me to replace a member of the court with them after the current guy has been on the job one day?
"Hullabaloo, caneck! Caneck!"
usually the people asking have more suitable stats for the job then the guy appointed
I had a 0 diplomacy chancellor asking to replace a 16 one though.
not very diplomatic
Some day I'll actually write all the reviews I keep promising...
i exploited the moment and wrestled my independance from france. so did normandy.
Wow, well done. Pretty ironic since once you conquer Normandy you'll probably become King of France
Well it's going better for you than it is for me. Just a tip to everyone, never ever become King of Scotland. I still don't know how I got the title but all I know is that since I've got it, everyone has declared war on me, I've had three of my characters die prematurely, just lost land in Ireland and for what? Well a lot of monthly prestige to be fair but, at the best times, an army that totalled 900 levies. Yep, between all of Scotland and a third of Ireland, the most troops I could call upon was 900. I've lost two wars against the King of Ireland (allied with the King of France) and the King of Munster. Then the Duke of the Isles declares war on me again, with his massive THREE counties, and his army is bigger than mine! Then the King of England declared war on me so I just quit, for now anyway
If you are William the Conqueror then your problem is that you are holding too much land - hand it out to the counts and dukes and bring your demesne down to 9 counties. That should solve that problem.
My biggest problem was the Counts of Northumberland and Cornwall die and their lands go to some undeserving pretender. Northumberland goes to the Scots. How unworthy are they? *cough*
And change your laws to give you max levies.
William "the bastard" died in prison in my game and house Godwin still rules in England after kicking out the Norse and Vikings. That being said, 1170ish and England is in civil war, York is ANGRY!! Every game that I've played has been different. I'm lovin it!
"Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants." Omar Bradley
Anyone had the Mongols do much at all?
'Ahh yes an authentic rastaclot weapon, as used by the rastaclot nobles in the court of King Bumbaclot '
Its been dumb like this for a while. The best way is to hold territory you want to keep.
Dukes to large nations, Russian minors particularly Novgorod. Bohemia is fun. Any Hre duke.
No, if he's under the king and not u there is no way.
Odd never see that cannot call family to war. Usually so long as they are not involved in a war they will join.
odd I only ever saw capable people request position.
Mistly happens if Norway or Normandy wins the crown. I've seen it where Norway won and had 5 kings before collapse. It happens too easily in this version.
debatable, if u have low relations it can cause more problems. If u have the proper relations tech its worth it tho.
I am far more reasonable.
My computer stopped working
Lack of discussion and instead simple attacks shows that you have been proven wrong.
Max levels is always worth it, it just gives -5 to the relationship with your vassals which is practically nothing. I'm playing a game as Bohemia and the succesion by seniority is all screwed up and my grandson who is sixteen will inherit all of Bohemia instead of my brother who should inherit it.
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