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De jure kingdoms in 1066

Kingdom.png A Kingdom is the title tier below empire and above duchy, and the most common rank for independent realms. It is generally held by a King ranked character; emperors also usually hold the kingdom title which their capital belongs to de jure .The portrait of kings (or equivalent) has a golden border. King Feudal.png

To create or usurp a de jure kingdom title, a character is required to:

  • Control at least 51% of the title's de jure counties
  • Already control a kingdom or empire, or else hold two or more duchy titles. Note that these duchy titles do not have to be located within the kingdom the character intends to found or usurp
  • Payment of 400 wealth plus 200 piety (or equivalent). If the player character activates the Become king ambition, all costs are halved. In addition, wealth cost is gradually reduced as the character amasses piety, with 50% discount at 1000 piety.
  • Meet specific religious and/or cultural conditions (since Patch 2.0 most conditions only apply to the AI).

De jure duchies within a kingdom may be assimilated into another kingdom over time through de jure drift, and many kingdoms do not de facto control all of their de jure territory at most start dates. For example, in 1066, the Duchy of Toulouse is part of the de jure Kingdom of Aquitaine, but is entirely controlled by the King of France. Thus, if the King of France keeps Toulouse for at least 100 years, that duchy will become de jure territory of France. (Time required for complete assimilation may be changed by the player on game rules panel at game session start).

A king-tier character will have a Casus Belli for each county in their de jure kingdom they do not control. Additionally, independent counts located in their de jure kingdom or have the same culture as the king are more likely to accept diplomatic vassalization if offered.

A kingdom without any de jure lands is titular. Some of them can be created if the character owns a designated capital county and meets certain criteria, listed below. If a duchy is assimilated into a titular kingdom, it is no longer considered titular and the assimilated duchy becomes de jure territory of the new kingdom.

Mechanics unlocked at king rank[edit]

  • Separate succession laws for each held kingdom or empire
  • Crown laws for each held kingdom or empire:
    • Investiture: Enables appointment of Catholic bishop characters either by the liege or by the Pope. If DLC icon Conclave.png Conclave DLC is active, it is accessible under realm laws tab;
    • If the DLC icon Conclave.png Conclave Expansion is inactive, the Crown Authority law is enabled. At each new level, this law allows title revocation, control of vassal inheritance, war among vassals, and unlocks additional succession types
    • On the other hand, if the DLC icon Conclave.png Conclave DLC is active, the laws below replace Crown Authority and are located under realm laws tab:
      • Controlled Realm Inheritance: Enables the liege to forbid inheritance of lower titles by characters living outside the realm;
      • Vassal War Declaration: The king-ranked character allows free wars among their vassals, or permits vassals to wage external wars only, or disallows vassals to wage war at all.
  • Council (requires the DLC icon Conclave.png Conclave DLC): Receives +1 Advisor slot as an extra voting position which is visible only under "My Council" tab (if the council is empowered to vote on law changes)
    • The "council authority" council law also becomes available if the king is feudal.
  • Coronation (Requires Holy Fury.png Holy Fury and the character being Catholic and feudal)

Nomenclature[edit]

Main article: Vassals#Estates of the realm

The proper title of a king-rank character and their respective land titles are generated according to the combination of their religion, government type and culture, for instance:

  • King-tier Greek characters are titled despots
  • Arabic or Turkish kings are known as sultans
  • Iranian kings are called shahs and West African kings are mansas
  • Altaic and Mongol kings are known as khans
  • Indian kings are known as maharajas and Tibetan kings are gyalpos
  • Merchant republic rulers who attain king-tier titles are known as prince mayors, but Latin and Byzantine cultures use serene doge, while Muslims call them wali-maliks
  • Characters who are granted kingdom viceroyalties are titled viceroys, or exarchs if liege is from Byzantine culture group.

Custom kingdoms[edit]

With the DLC icon Charlemagne.png Charlemagne DLC, rulers can create a custom de jure kingdom. This decision is available to independent dukes with 1000 prestige as well as either 35 holdings in their realms, or else three duchy titles.

Custom kingdoms are named after their creator's primary duchy (although they can be renamed with the Customization Pack DLC) and belong to the same de jure empire that the ruler's previous de jure kingdom was part of.

List of de jure kingdoms[edit]

Any kingdom on this list with its requirements listed as N/A is impossible to be created or usurped, and therefore will only be on the map in campaigns where the kingdom exists at game start.

CoA Kingdom De Jure Duchies De Jure Empire(s) Requirements AI additional requirements Culture[1] ID Capital Other names
K abyssinia.png Abyssinia Axum, Semien, Afar, Gondar, Wag, Gojjam, Damot, Shewa, Berbera Abyssinia Ethiopian k_abyssinia Gondar
K africa.png Africa Tunis, Tripolitana, Cyrenaica, Kabylia, Syrte, Mzab, Jerid Maghreb Berber k_africa Tunis
K alania.png Alania Alania, Caspian Steppe, Azov, Derbent Pontic Steppe Alan culture Alan k_alania Alania
K mesopotamia.png Al-Jazira Kermanshah, Mosul, Jazira, Mudar Persian Empire Levantine k_mesopotamia Mosul Assyria
K anatolia.png Anatolia Anatolia, Thracesia, Charsianon, Nikaea, Cilicia, Samos, Cibyrrhaeot, Bucellarian, Cyprus Byzantine Empire Greek k_anatolia Ikonion (Konya)
K andalusia.png Andalusia All: Granada. Before 1085: Toledo, from 1147 to 1249: Algarve, from 1147 to 1212: Badajoz, before 1212: Cordoba, from 1212 to 1266: Murcia, before 1249: Seville. Hispania Arabic culture group Andalusian k_andalusia Cordoba Baetica, Granada
K andhra.png Andhra Vengi, Udayagiri Deccan Empire Telugu k_andhra Udayagiri
K aquitaine.png Aquitaine Aquitaine, Toulouse, Gascogne, Poitou, Auvergne, Bourbon. 769 and 867 only: Barcelona. Francia Occitan k_aquitaine Bordeaux Aquitania
K arabia.png Arabia Arabia, Medina, Sanaa, Oman, Nefoud, Damman Arabian Empire Bedouin k_arabia Mecca
K aragon.png Aragon 769 and 867: None (titular). 1066 and later: Aragon, Barcelona. 1212: Mallorca, Valencia Hispania Christian religion Castilian k_aragon Barcelona Tarraconensis
K armenia.png Armenia Armenia, Mesopotamia, Edessa, Coloneia, (Azerbaijan) Byzantine Empire Christian religion group Armenian k_armenia Ani
K asturias.png Asturias Asturias (769 and 867 only) Hispania Has not been replaced by Leon (Leon has no holder or previous holder) Castilian k_asturias Asturias
K badajoz.png Badajoz (769 to 1147 only) Algarve, Badajoz, Beja Hispania k_badajoz Badajoz Lusitania
K bavaria.png Bavaria[2] Bavaria, Nordgau, Salzburg, Austria, Styria, Tyrol Germania (769), Holy Roman Empire (other) German k_bavaria Regensburg Raetia
K bengal.png Bengal Vanga, Varendra, Gauda, Nadia, Suhma Bengal Empire Bengali k_bengal Laksmanavati
K bihar.png Bihar Tirabhukti, Kasi, Jharkand, Magadha Bengal Empire Bengali k_bihar Magadha
K bohemia.png Bohemia Bohemia, Moravia (other than 867) Germania (769), Wendish Empire (867), Holy Roman Empire (from 15 Sept. 1066) Bohemian k_bohemia Praha
K brittany.png Brittany Brittany, Penthieve, Upper Brittany Francia Celtic culture group Breton k_brittany Vannes Bertangaland, Arymôr, Bhriotáin, Bretagne, Armorica
K bulgaria.png Bulgaria Vidin, Turnovo, Karvuna Byzantine Empire Bulgarian k_bulgaria Tyrnovo
K burgundy.png Burgundy Provence, Savoy, Dauphine, Upper Burgundy Francia Occitan k_burgundy Provence Lugdunensis
K carinthia.png Carinthia[3] Carinthia, Carniola, Friuli Germania (769), Holy Roman Empire (other) South Slavic culture group Carantanian k_carinthia Krain Carantania
K castille.png Castille 769 and 867: None (titular). From 1066: Castille, from 1085: Toledo, from 1212: Cordoba, from 1249: Sevilla, from 1266: Murcia Hispania Christian religion group Castilian k_castille Burgos
K chernigov.png Chernigov Bryansk, Chernigov, Karachev, Murom, Novosil, Ryazan Russia North Germanic culture group or East Slavic culture group Russian k_chernigov Chernigov
K crimea.png Crimea Cherson, Crimea, Wild Fields Pontic Steppe Khazar culture, Alan culture or Gothic culture k_crimea Crimea Gothia
K croatia.png Croatia Bosnia, Croatia, Dalmatia, Slavonia, Syrmia Byzantine Empire Croatian k_croatia Zadar Dalmatia
K cuman.png Cumania Yaik, Turgay, Ob, Tarbagatai, Irtysh, Ishim Kimak, Kirghiz, Khazakh, Ubakan Tartaria Cuman culture Cuman k_cuman Sarkel
K daylam.png Daylam Gilan, Mazandaran, Tabriz, Azerbaijan, Dihistan Persian Empire Persian k_daylam Gilan Hyrcania
K delhi.png Delhi Kuru, Haritanaka, Mathura, Vodamayutja Rajastan Hindustani k_delhi Delhi
K denmark.png Denmark Skane, Sjaelland, Slesvig. 867 and later: Holstein Scandinavia Danish k_denmark Sjaelland Danmark
K egypt.png Egypt Alexandria, Damietta, Cairo, Aswan, Sinai Arabian Empire Egyptian k_egypt Cairo Kemet
K england.png England Northumberland, Lancaster, York, Norfolk, Bedford, Warwick (Mercia), Gloucester, Kent, Somerset Britannia Saxon k_england Middlesex Lloegyr, Sasana, Britannia
K epirus.png Epirus Cephalonia, Dyrrachion, Epirus, Ohrid Byzantine Empire k_epirus Epieros
K estonia.png Estonia Estonia, Sakala Scandinavia Estonian k_estonia Kalevan
K finland.png Finland Ostrobothnia, Karelia, Finland, Savonia Scandinavia North Germanic or Finno Ugric culture group Finnish k_finland Finland Suomi
K france.png France Berry, Anjou, Normandy, Orleans, Valois, Flanders. In 867 and later, also Burgundy, Champagne Francia French k_france Ile de France 769 and 867: West Francia (becomes France if no longer held by a Karling)
K frisia.png Frisia Holland, Gelre Francia (769), Holy Roman Empire (other) Dutch culture Dutch k_frisia Holland
K spanish galicia.png Galicia (769 to 1212 only) Before 1109: Portucale. Before 1212: Galicia. After 1212: None (titular). Hispania Christian religion Portuguese k_spanish_galicia Coruña
K galicia-volhynia.png Galicia-Volhynia Galich, Red Ruthenia, Volhynia Russia North Germanic culture group or East Slavic culture group Russian k_galicia-volhynia Vladimir Volynsky
K georgia.png Georgia Kartli, Derbent, Abkhazia Byzantine Empire Georgian k_georgia Kartli
K germany.png Germany Thuringia, Köln, Franconia, Baden, Swabia. 867 and later: Brunswick. 1066 and later, also Saxony, Brandenburg, Meissen Germania (769), Holy Roman Empire (other) German k_germany Würzburg 769 and 867: East Francia (becomes Germany if no longer held by a Karling)
K ghana.png Ghana Ghana, Tagant, Timbuktu Mali Soninke k_ghana Ghana
K gondwana.png Gondwana Dahala, Ratanpur Bengal Empire Hindustani k_gondwana Tripuri
K moravia.png Great Moravia (867 only) Moravia Wendish Empire Slovien k_moravia Brno
K byzantium.png Greece Aegean Islands, Thessalonika, Athens, Achaia, Krete, Byzantine Empire Greek culture Greek k_byzantium Thessaloniki Hellas
K guge.png Guge Purang, Ngari, Ladakh Tibet Zhangzhung k_guge Tsaparang Zhangzhung, Xiangxiong
K gujarat.png Gujarat Gurjara Mandala, Anartta, Saurashtra, Lata Rajastan Gujarati k_gujarat Sarasvata Mandala
K hausaland.png Hausaland Air, Hausaland, Kebbi Kanem-Bornu Hausa k_hausaland Kano
K hungary.png Hungary
(Avaria or Pannonia in certain conditions)
Pecs, Esztergom, Nyitra, Ungvar, Pest, Translyvania, Temes Carpathia Magyar culture group or Avar culture Hungarian k_hungary Esztergom
K iraq.png Iraq Baghdad, Samarra, Tigris, Basra Persian Empire Levantine k_iraq Baghdad Babylonia
K ireland.png Ireland Ulster, Connacht, Meath, Leinster, Munster Britannia Irish k_ireland Dublin Irland, Éire, Iuerthon, Iwerddon, Iwerzhon, Hibernia
K italia.png Italy Verona, Susa, Lombardy, Genoa, Modena, Tuscany, Pisa Italia Christian religion group Italian k_italy Pavia 769: Lombardy, until held by a ruler without Lombard culture
K jerusalem.png Jerusalem Oultrejordain, Ascalon, Jerusalem, Galilee Arabian Empire Christian religion. (Gives 5000 prestige and 2000 piety on creation) Levantine k_jerusalem Jerusalem Yerusholaim, Yerushalaim, Philistia, Judea
K afghanistan.png Kabulistan Kabul, Zabulistan Persian Empire Afghan k_afghanistan Kabul
K kanem.png Kanem Bornu, Fezzan, Kanem, Wadai Kanem-Bornu Kanuri k_kanem Djimi
K kamarupa.png Kamarupa Kamarupanagara, Para Lauhitya, Sutiya Bengal Empire Assamese k_kamarupa Kamarupanagara
K karnata.png Karnata Kalyani, Gangavadi, Nulambavadi, Raichur Doab Deccan Empire Kannada k_karnata Kalyani
K kashmir.png Kashmir Kashmir, Pamir, Uttaranchal Tibet Panjabi k_kashmir Kasmira
K kham.png Kham Dege, Qamdo, Nyingchi Tibet Bödpa k_kham Qamdo Kang
K khazaria.png Khazaria Aqtobe, Sakmara, Itil, Bandja, Aryrau, Sarkel Pontic Steppe Khazar culture or Jewish religion group Khazar k_khazaria Itil
K khorasan.png Khorasan Khorasan, Herat, Merv, Balkh Persian Empire Persian k_khorasan Nishapur
K khotan.png Khotan Kashgar, Khotan, Karashar, Kumul Turan k_khotan Khotan Altishahr, Hvamna, Uyghurstan, Xiyu, Ytarimypoy
K ruthenia.png Kievan Rus (Ruthenia in 769 and 867) Kiev, Minsk, Pereyaslavl, Polotsk, Smolensk, Turov Russia North Germanic culture group or East Slavic culture group Russian k_ruthenia Kiev Könugarðr, Könugård, Kønugård
K kosala.png Kosala Kanyakubja, Saryupara, Jejakabhukti Rajastan Hindustani k_kosala Kanyakubja
K lanka.png Lanka Lanka, Sinhala Deccan Empire Sinhala k_lanka Dakhina Desa
K sapmi.png Lapland Sápmi, Kola, Finnmark Scandinavia Finno-Ugric culture group Sami k_sapmi Sápmi Norðrríki, Nordarike, Lappi, Sápmi
K leon.png León All: León. 769 and 867 only: Castille. 1066: Asturias. 1126: Galicia 1212: Badajoz Hispania Replaces Asturias by the king's decision: Create León Christian religion group Castilian k_leon León
K lithuania.png Lithuania Pruthenia, Latgalia, Lithuania, Livonia, Courland, Samogitia, Yatvingia Wendish Empire Lithuanian k_lithuania Aukshayts Prussia
K lotharingia.png Lotharingia Luxembourg, Upper Lorraine, Lower Lorraine, Alsace, Brabant. In 769, also Burgundy, Champagne Francia (769), Holy Roman Empire (other) Frankish k_lotharingia Luxembourg 769: Middle Francia (becomes Austrasia if no longer held by a Karling)
K mauretania.png Maghreb Adrar, Alger, Fes, Marrakech, Sijilmasa, Sous, Tahert, Tangier, Tlemcen Maghreb Berber k_mauretania Marrakech
K maharastra.png Maharastra Vidharba, Konkana, Nasikya, Devagiri, Rattapadi Deccan Empire Marathi k_maharastra Devagiri
K mali.png Mali Bambuk, Manding, Yatenga Mali Mandé k_mali Niani
K malwa.png Malwa Dadhipadra (Avanti), Akara Dasarna, Anupa Rajastan Hindustani k_malwa Ujjayini
K mongolia.png Mongolia Beshbaliq, Altay, Otuken, Khangai, Uvs, Kara-Khorum, Baygal, Gobi Altay, Barkul, Juyan, Ikh Bogd Tartaria Mongol k_mongolia Kara-khorum Uyghur, Kirghiz
K nenets.png Nenetsia Bjarmia, Kargopol, Mezen, Pechora, Velks, Zavarot Volga-Ural Nenets culture Nenets k_nenets Zavarot
K nepal.png Nepal Kathmandu, Gorkha Tibet Nepali k_nepal Kathmandu Nibo'er
K norway.png Norway Iceland, Orkney, Agder, Vestlandet, Ostlandet, Oppland, Trondelag, Jamtland Scandinavia Norwegian k_norway Bergenshus Noregr, Norge
K rus.png Novgorod Novgorod, Pskov, Veps Russia East Slavic, Finno-Ugric or North Germanic culture group Russian k_rus Novgorod Garðaríki, Mordvinia
K nubia.png Nubia Nobatia, Nubia (Makuria), Sennar, Hayya (Blemmyia) Abyssinia Christian religion group Nubian k_nubia Makuria
K turkestan.png Oghuz Aral, Emba, Syr Darya, Usturt Turan Turkish k_turkestan Yangikent
K orissa.png Orissa Daksina Kosala, Tosali, Kalinga, Dandakaranya Bengal Empire Oriya k_orissa Kataka
K papacy.png Papal States Ancona, Ferrara, Latium, Spoleto Italia Only exists under the Pope. If Pope loses de jure Papal States, holder can create Romagna instead, replacing Papal States (see Romagna below). ? Italian k_papacy Rome
K perm.png Perm Bashkiria, Komi, Perm, Ural, Veliky Ustug, Votyaki, Zyriane Volga-Ural Finno-ugric culture group Komi k_perm Perm
K persia.png Persia Mafaza, Fars, Khozistan, Jibal, Kurdistan Persian Empire Persian k_persia Esfahan Parthicum
K poland.png Poland Mazovia, Greater Poland, Silesia, Lesser Poland, Kuyavia Wendish Empire Polish k_poland Krakowskie
K pomerania.png Pomerania Mecklenburg, Pomerania, Pomeralia. In 769 and 867: also Brandenburg, Meissen; and only in 867 Saxony Wendish Empire Pagan religion group Pomeranian k_pomerania Stettin
K portugal.png Portugal Before 1109: None (titular). from 1109: Portucale, from 1147: Beja, from 1249: Algarve Hispania Christian religion Portuguese k_portugal Lisboa Lusitania
K punjab.png Punjab Multan, Lahore, Gandhara Rajastan Panjabi k_punjab Lahur
K rajputana.png Rajputana Maru, Jangladesh, Stravani, Medapata, Ajmer Rajastan Rajput k_rajputana Ajayameru
K romagna.png Romagna Ancona, Ferrara, Latium, Spoleto Italia Cannot exist under the Pope. If Pope gets de jure Romagna, he creates Papal States, replacing Romagna (see Papal States above). Ownership of Papal States Italian k_romagna Ravenna Ravenna
K sardinia.png Sardinia and Corsica Sardinia, Corsica Italia Sardinian k_sardinia Cagliari Sardenya i Còrsega, Sardhnia kai thn Korsikn, Sardegna e Corsica
K saxony.png Saxony
(769 only)
Brunswick, Holstein, Saxony Germania Saxon or Anglo-Saxon culture Saxon k_saxony Brunswick
K scotland.png Scotland Galloway (Strathclyde), The Isles, Lothian, Albany, Moray (Fortriu), Mann Britannia Scottish k_scotland Gowrie Skotland, Skottland, Alban, Alba, Pictland, Caledonia
K serbia.png Serbia Rashka, Duklja Byzantine Empire Serbian k_serbia Rashka (Rascia)
K sibir.png Sibir Om, Sibir, Tobol, Vasyugan, Yugra Tartaria Khanty k_sibir Sibir
K sicily.png Sicily Benevento, Capua, Apulia, Salerno, Calabria, Sicily Byzantine Empire Italian k_sicily Palermo
K sindh.png Sindh Sauvira, Bhakkar Rajastan Sindhi k_sindh Debul
K baluchistan.png Sistan Baluchistan, Sistan Persian Empire Baloch k_baluchistan Makran Sagistan, Baluchistan
K songhay.png Songhay Gurma, Songhay Mali Songhay k_songhay Gao
K sweden.png Sweden Uppland, Norrland, Ostergotland, Vastergotland, Norrland, Bergslagen, Smaland, Tioharad Scandinavia Swedish k_sweden Uppland Sviþjod, Svea Rike
K syria.png Syria Aleppo, Antioch, Tripoli, Damascus, Syria Arabian Empire Levantine k_syria Damascus
K tamilakam.png Tamilakam Chola Nadu, Pandya Nadu, Chera Nadu, Tondai Nadu Deccan Empire Tamil k_tamilakam Cholamandalam
K telingana.png Telingana Warangal, Racakonda Deccan Empire Telugu k_telingana Orangallu
K thrace.png Thrace Abydos, Optimatoi, Thrace Byzantine Empire Greek k_thrace Constantinople Thracia
K khiva.png Transoxiana Ferghana, Khiva, Khuttal, Samarkand Turan Persian k_khiva Khiva Sogdiana, Margiana
K trebizond.png Trebizond Trebizond, Armeniacon, Paphlagonia Byzantine Empire Greek k_trebizond Trapezous
K valencia.png Valencia (769 to 1212 only) Mallorca, Murcia, Valencia Hispania k_valencia Valencia Carthaginensis
K venice.png Venice Venice Italia Be a republic. May be recreated with the Create the Kingdom of Venice Decision Italian k_venice Venice
K vladimir.png Vladimir Moskva, Rostov, Tver, Vladimir, Vologda Russia East Slavic, Finno-Ugric or North Germanic culture group Russian k_vladimir Vladimir
K volga bulgaria.png Volga Bulgaria Bolgar, Cheremisa, Mari, Mordva, Qazan Volga-Ural Altaic culture group Bolghar k_volga_bulgaria Bulgar
K wales.png Wales Gwynedd, Deheubarth, Cornwall, Powys (769 only). Britannia Celtic culture Welsh k_wales Gwynedd Brythoniaid, Kembre, Bhreatain Bheag, Demetia
K dacia.png Wallachia Wallachia, Moldau Carpathia Vlach culture Vlach k_dacia Tirgoviste
K xixia.png Xia Jiuquan, Qinghai, Nagormo, Nangqen Tibet Tangut k_xixia Jiuquan Minyak, Tuyuhun, Amdo, Qinghai, Tangghut
K yarlung.png Yarlung Lhasa, Yarlung, Shigatse, Nagchu, Sumparu, Bhutan Tibet Bödpa k_yarlung Lhasa Ü-Tsang, Tufan
K yemen.png Yemen Hadramut, Sanaa, Taizz Arabian Empire Bedouin k_yemen Taizz Himyar
K zhetysu.png Zhetysu Chui, Ili, Zhetysu Turan Karluk k_zhetysu Almaty

List of titular kingdoms[edit]

CoA Kingdom Requirements Additional AI requirements Culture[1] ID Capital
K almohad.png Almohad N/A k_almohad
K al-murabitids.png Al-Murabitids N/A k_al-murabitids
K amalfi.png Amalfi Create the Kingdom of Amalfi Decision as a republic. k_amalfi Amalfi
K antioch.png Antioch Create the Principality of Antioch decision. k_antioch Antioch
K austria.png Austria[4] Become the Archduke of Austria decision German k_austria Österreich
K avaria.png Avaria N/A (its name and COA is applied to k_hungary in the 769 bookmark) Avar k_avaria Esztergom
K aydin.png Aydin N/A k_aydin
K beni helal.png Beni Helal N/A k_beni_helal
K bosnia.png Bosnia Create Kingdom of Bosnia decision Bosnian k_bosnia Vrhbosna
K candar.png Candar N/A Turkish k_candar
K hellenic pagan.png Collegium Pontificum Reform Hellenism. Always exists after reformation. k_hellenic_pagan Rome
K cyprus.png Cyprus Create the Kingdom of Cyprus decision k_cyprus Famagusta
K orthodox.png Ecumenical Patriarchy Always exists k_orthodox
K eretnid.png Eretnid N/A k_eretnid
K austria.png
K styria.png
K bavaria.png
K carinthia.png
Eastern Marches Gather the lands of the Eastern Marches decision. The name and Coat of Arms of the Eastern Marches is dependent on the player's choice (K austria.png Austria,K styria.png Styria,K bavaria.png Bavaria or K carinthia.png Carinthia). k_eastern_marches Österreich/Graz/Regensburg/Kärnten (depending on decision taken)
K franconia.png Franconia Form the Grand Duchy of Franconia decision k_franconia Würzburg
K genoa.png Genoa Create the Kingdom of Genoa Decision as a republic. Italian k_genoa Genoa
K germiyan.png Germiyan N/A k_germiyan
K moravia.png Great Moravia N/A (Tribal) Slovien k_moravia Brno
K hammadid.png Hammadid N/A k_hammadid
K hansa.png Hansa Create the Hansa decision German k_hansa Lübeck
K israel.png Israel Create Israel decision k_israel Jerusalem
K kafsid.png Kafsid N/A k_kafsid
K karaman.png Karaman N/A Turkish k_karaman
K lombardy.png Lombardy N/A (its name and COA is applied to k_italy in the 769 bookmark) Lombard k_lombardy Pavia
K hungary.png Magyar N/A (Tribal) Hungarian k_magyar Pest
K marinid.png Marinid N/A k_marinid
K mentese.png Mentese N/A Turkish k_mentese
K naples.png Naples Title must have existed in the past (start dates after 1302.8.31) Italian k_naples Napoli
K ottoman.png Ottoman Turks N/A Turkish k_ottoman
K papal state.png The Papacy Always exists k_papal_state Rome
K pechenegs.png Pechenegs N/A (Tribal) Pecheneg k_pechenegs Oleshye
K pisa.png Pisa Create the Kingdom of Pisa Decision as a republic. Italian k_pisa Pisa
K rum.png Rum N/A Turkish k_rum
K sakya trizin.png Sakya Trizin Exists in 1073 Bödpa k_sakya_trizin
K saruhan.png Saruhan N/A Turkish k_saruhan
K saxon.png Saxony Form the Grand Duchy of Saxony decision German k_saxon Braunschweig
K swabia.png Swabia Form the Grand Duchy of Swabia decision German k_swabia Schwaben
K switzerland.png Swiss Confederation Create the Swiss Confederation decision German k_switzerland Bern
K taurica.png Taurica Control County of Cherson k_taurica
K tekke.png Tekke N/A k_tekke
K trinacria.png Trinacria Catholic religion or Catholic heresy. Title must have existed in the past (start date after 1282.3.20) Italian k_trinacria Palermo
K teutonic state.png Teutonic State Must be the "Teutonic Order" Holy order. German k_teutonic_state
K zenata.png Zenata N/A k_zenata
K zirid.png Zirid N/A k_zirid
K ziyanids.png Ziyanids N/A k_ziyanids

Tribal titles cannot assimilate land, and are automatically destroyed if their ruler acquires a non-tribal title of the same rank. Tribal titles no longer exists from patch 2.2 onwards.

Settling from nomadic to tribal will also create a king tier titular title based on selected county if one don't already have a king title or greater.

[1] The predefined culture of a kingdom is relevant to liberation revolts.
[2] It is also possible to create a Kingdom of Bavaria with different de jure land. See entry "Eastern Marches" in the table "List of titular kingdoms".
[3] It is also possible to create a Kingdom of Carinthia with different de jure land. See entry "Eastern Marches" in the table "List of titular kingdoms".
[4] It is also possible to create a Kingdom of Austria with different de jure land. See entry "Eastern Marches" in the same table.

See also[edit]