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What are Theocratic Vassals in CK3?

In Crusader Kings 3, theocratic vassals are rulers who serve as their own realm priests and can hold both castles and temples. They offer many advantages, including high gold and levies, stability, and simplified succession.

Creating theocratic vassals requires giving them enough land to exceed their domain limit, and it is important to consider factors such as religion, existing theocratic vassals, temple holdings, domain limit, opinion and traits, government type, piety and devotion levels, and the balance of power within your realm. Changing your religion may impact the status of your theocratic vassals, resulting in the loss of their theocratic privileges.

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How to get rid of vassals in CK3?

Are you looking for ways to get rid of vassals in Crusader Kings III? This article discusses two main methods: revoking titles and assassinating the vassal and their heirs. However, both approaches come with potential negative consequences, so it’s important to carefully consider your circumstances and personal preferences before deciding on the best strategy.

Factors such as realm stability, justification, success rate, consequences, long-term impact, character skills, relationships with other vassals, and personal ethics should all be taken into account when determining the most suitable approach.

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How to keep vassals weak in Crusader Kings 3?

Are you struggling to maintain control over your vassals in Crusader Kings 3? In this article, we will discuss strategies on how to keep your vassals weak and prevent them from challenging your authority. By limiting their territory, using weak vassals as buffers, keeping them busy, and maintaining a strong military, you can ensure stability within your realm.

However, it is important to understand the potential disbenefits of weak vassals and also how to empower them strategically. Lastly, we will explore the importance of vassal stances and how catering to their preferences can help maintain a stable realm.

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Vassal Stances in CK3 explained

Vassal stances in Crusader Kings 3 play a crucial role in influencing how your vassals feel about your actions and decisions as their liege. Each stance has its own set of likes, dislikes, and preferences, which can greatly impact your gameplay. By understanding and accommodating their preferences, you can minimize the effects of vassal stances and maintain positive relationships with your vassals.

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How to stop fighting vassals in CK3?

Are your vassals constantly fighting each other in Crusader Kings 3? Here are some steps you can take to stop the conflicts and maintain stability within your realm. From increasing Crown Authority to managing vassal power, these tips will help you prevent internal conflicts and maintain strong diplomatic relationships with other rulers. Stop talking let’s go to action.

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Crown authority in Crusader Kings 3

Crown authority in Crusader Kings 3 determines the level of control a ruler has over their realm and vassals. With four different levels, each granting varying degrees of control and restrictions, choosing the right level of crown authority is crucial in achieving your goals as a ruler.

However, increasing crown authority may lead to negative consequences such as vassal discontent and limited flexibility, so careful consideration is necessary to maintain vassal loyalty and support. Let’s look deeper.

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Too many vassals in Crusader Kings 3

In Crusader Kings 3, one of the key mechanics rulers need to manage is their number of direct vassals. Each ruler has a vassal limit based on their highest title rank and laws, going over which reduces taxes and levies from vassals. Having too many direct vassals can quickly become an unstable mess. Here’s how to avoid and fix the problem of exceeding your vassal limit.

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