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Crusader Kings 3: How to create succession laws

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2020-09-04 09:33:31


Today, we prepared this article in which we are going to cover everything you need to know about creating succession laws in Crusader Kings 3.

What is the succession in Crusader Kings 3.


Before knowing how to create succession laws, you have to know that this is a somewhat complex issue, since it is an element that determines how your ruler transmits his claims and lands in the game. Taking this into account, many users wonder how to modify and create these laws and that is why we are here, to tell you how to create succession laws in Crusader Kings 3 ..

How to create succession laws in Crusader Kings 3.


One way to break the laws of tribal succession is as you find new ones through your culture. To access the culture tree what you have to do is press the candle icon that is in the lower left part of the character.

Most cultures beginning in 867 belong to the tribal cultural age, so they generally have to stay on the tree until they learn at least half of the cultural ideas, which is around 900 AD. .

When you manage to access the culture tree, you can choose how you want to alter the laws as long as you are the leader of the culture

If you started in the 1066 era with any of those leaders, you will have a greater chance of altering the current succession.

When you can access the laws you will have to change them on the kingdom screen just below the crown icon on the right. Select the kingdom screen> Succession. Here you will see your heir when he dies and the titles they will lose. So here it is best to choose a faithful heir, regardless of whether it is not your offspring.

In this same tab you will see an option to choose to change the laws of succession as long as you meet some requirements such as increasing the authority of your crown, improving the opinion of a vassal, so that you and the decision are approved, remember to change the Succession laws are priced at 500 prestige.

If you want to see the authority of your crown remember that you can do it from the kingdom tab.

 This was our guide on how to create succession laws in Crusader Kings 3, we hope it has been the most useful for you and that you have managed to get the most out of the game with each of the recommendations that we have prepared here.





Platform(s):
Microsoft Windows PC, Linux, macOS
Genre(s):
Grand strategy, role-playing
Developer(s):
Paradox Development Studio
Publisher(s):
Paradox Interactive
Engine:
Clausewitz 2 + Jomini
Release date:
1 September 2020
Mode:
Single-player, Multiplayer




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