Crusader Kings II

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cthr1981 Mar 4, 2013 @ 3:45am
What happens when I inherit ducky from a foreign country?
My heir just pressed his claim on the 2-county Kingdom of Bohemia and became King. What happens when my character dies and he inherits the Duchy of Greater Poland? Will all that land become part of his Kingdom and no long belong to Poland? And if he then presses claim on Poland, how would the land be split between Poland and Bohemia if he was king of both countries?
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Pepe Mar 4, 2013 @ 5:38am 
You can take a bath with your ducky!
NinjaPepper Mar 4, 2013 @ 6:24am 
It all depends on the timing of it all. Because your heirs first titles will be that of Bohemia, the game will consider these to be primary over all else, until he becomes playable. When your character dies and you become that heir, this will become doubly important, as this decides who your liege is, and which political entity you will belong to. So, assuming that at the time of your characters death, your heir, as the King of Bohemia, is beholden to the Holy Roman Empire, the Duchy of Greater Poland, and all holdings therein, will become subject to Bohemia, as well as the Holy Roman Emperor, who will become your liege. Likewise, if you then press your claim on the Crown of Poland, and suceed, then that land too, under you, will be subject to the soverignty of the Holy Roman Empire - unless you decide to sue for independence, of course.

As for how the land will be divided - de jure takes precidence, and all extra land will go under whichever is your primary title.

I hope this helps to clarify.

P.S. Rubber Ducky, you're the one for me!
NinjaPepper Mar 4, 2013 @ 6:27am 
Oh, and forgot to add, this is all assuming that neither nation has the High Crown Authority law or higher. Should this become the case, it will obviously change matters considerably.
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Date Posted: Mar 4, 2013 @ 3:45am
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