Turkrawr Oct 2, 2013 @ 9:20pm
Titular De Jure shift?
My family controls Greece and Anatolia. We are the Despots of those territories. I have not taken control of the Empire, I am working as just a very large vassal.
I run elective, and I just accidentally had my heir become my niece who is Cathar.
Owning the lands I do, this allowed me to create the Titular Kingdom of Cypress.

Firstly, I thought Titular titles were removed from the game to allow for the Pagan Tribe titular titles.
If I switch to Kingdom of Cypress, and destroy the kingdoms of greece and anatolia, will I see a shift in De Jure kingdoms eventually?
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Ismelly[?!?] Oct 2, 2013 @ 11:05pm 
No >:)
markdb92 Oct 3, 2013 @ 4:23am 
he is wrong Your dukes will de jure into your triluar title as long the kingdom title doesnt exist atm. I had the orthodox pope de jure a dutchy. Then his now non triluar title had to de jure into my empire title. The only time when dukes wont drift into your kingdom is when they are set that way in the landed_titles file such as the dukes of the holyland.
Sponge Bob Stronkpants Oct 3, 2013 @ 5:56am 
There are a number of titular kingdoms and duchies avaliable some can be created like Cyprus and Trezibond others like Duchy of Slovakia cannot.

In theory if you fully control Greece and Anatolia they would after 100 years become de jure Cyprus.
Turkrawr Oct 3, 2013 @ 6:56pm 
Originally posted by TadMechers:
There are a number of titular kingdoms and duchies avaliable some can be created like Cyprus and Trezibond others like Duchy of Slovakia cannot.

In theory if you fully control Greece and Anatolia they would after 100 years become de jure Cyprus.

TIme to run 100 years and see whats up
Sponge Bob Stronkpants Oct 4, 2013 @ 7:48am 
When you go to the de jure kingdoms map mode does it say "being incorporated into the kingdom of cyprus"?
markdb92 Oct 4, 2013 @ 11:09am 
You only see being incorporated if and only if whole duchies are in the releam that isnt fought over from outside the releam when jan 1 comes a long. You can have internal wars as long the vassels are still considered under your releam.
Turkrawr Oct 4, 2013 @ 12:37pm 
Originally posted by markdb92:
You only see being incorporated if and only if whole duchies are in the releam that isnt fought over from outside the releam when jan 1 comes a long. You can have internal wars as long the vassels are still considered under your releam.

What are you talking about?
Turkrawr Oct 4, 2013 @ 12:37pm 
Originally posted by TadMechers:
When you go to the de jure kingdoms map mode does it say "being incorporated into the kingdom of cyprus"?
you too!
Ismelly[?!?] Oct 4, 2013 @ 1:44pm 
Originally posted by Turkrawr:
Originally posted by TadMechers:
When you go to the de jure kingdoms map mode does it say "being incorporated into the kingdom of cyprus"?
you too!

Hah what? I think he was asking you if you see that message across the lands you own.
Turkrawr Oct 4, 2013 @ 1:48pm 
Originally posted by Ismelly?!?:
Originally posted by Turkrawr:
you too!

Hah what? I think he was asking you if you see that message across the lands you own.

Awesome thanks.
Can you tell me where to look for that specifically? I wish they had it listed on the ledger for a countdown
markdb92 Oct 4, 2013 @ 1:53pm 
Originally posted by Turkrawr:
Originally posted by markdb92:
You only see being incorporated if and only if whole duchies are in the releam that isnt fought over from outside the releam when jan 1 comes a long. You can have internal wars as long the vassels are still considered under your releam.

What are you talking about?

When you click de jure kingdom/empire map mode you will see dots over you land that is drifting from one kingdom/empire to another. It gets updated when jan 1 comes around.
Sponge Bob Stronkpants Oct 4, 2013 @ 4:17pm 
Originally posted by Turkrawr:
Originally posted by TadMechers:
When you go to the de jure kingdoms map mode does it say "being incorporated into the kingdom of cyprus"?
you too!
Pretty clear really...
Turkrawr Oct 4, 2013 @ 6:38pm 
Originally posted by TadMechers:
Originally posted by Turkrawr:
you too!
Pretty clear really...

Note: turk is high and the dyslexia kicked in during the reading of all of this
Sponge Bob Stronkpants Oct 5, 2013 @ 4:04am 
Originally posted by Turkrawr:
Originally posted by TadMechers:
Pretty clear really...

Note: turk is high and the dyslexia kicked in during the reading of all of this
Sounds like you are doing pretty well then : )
Turkrawr Oct 5, 2013 @ 10:42am 
Originally posted by TadMechers:
Originally posted by Turkrawr:

Note: turk is high and the dyslexia kicked in during the reading of all of this
Sounds like you are doing pretty well then : )

Thank you for the location. Has it always been there?
1100 hours and I didnt see it :D
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