dm.harlin Mar 25, 2013 @ 5:37am
Any safe way to transfer all control to brother?
I currently have a young and weak ruler, and my vassals are conspiring to bring my brother to the throne.
I'm soft of fine with that, since he has way better stats, but even if I agree to their demands, I still lose the higherst title only and end up being a vassal of my brother.
Is there any way to transfer control to him completely?

Also, a side question: if your wife is in the council and has a taks assigned in distant county, does it reduce the chance to have a child?
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DevonianMan Mar 25, 2013 @ 6:41am 
grant him all your landed titles before you are deposed, leaving just the main title, it should all be given to him then. if you wife is away and not with you it would be unlikly any children she had would be yours.
dm.harlin Mar 25, 2013 @ 7:00pm 
I tried, turns out you can't grant your last county.
eXistenZ Mar 26, 2013 @ 2:39am 
Originally posted by dm.harlin:
I tried, turns out you can't grant your last county.

Nope, cause when you lose your last county, its game over. you cant be a landless character
lfsthor Mar 30, 2013 @ 9:07am 
after you do that save reload as the brother then kill your old charactor maybe set it up before hand give him a good spymaster that hates him then presto you have all of his land and titles
prince_of_arfon Apr 2, 2013 @ 8:26pm 
Oo, that's a rather brilliant solution, Ifsthor. Of course, in this game there's something to be said for just rolling with whatever troubles come your way, since situations can change so drastically at the drop of a hat. Sometimes you think all is lost, and then someone dies and bam, you're on top again. But it's a cool ability to be able to start a new game using a saved game as a base. I've never tried it, but I've noticed that it's an option. You might want to try that, dm.harlin. Especially since it shouldn't ruin your main game: you can alternate playing them to see how things might turn out with you playing as either of the brothers. Alternate history!
dm.harlin Apr 3, 2013 @ 6:38am 
Thanks for the advice, guys! This seems to really fit the case
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