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==Strategies==
 
==Strategies==
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* The easiest way for pagans to increase their moral authority is to raid infidel temples and conquer infidel counties.  
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* The easiest way for pagans to increase their moral authority is to [[raid]] infidel temples and [[Casus_Belli#County_Conquest_.28Pagan.29|conquer]] infidel counties.
 
* Give a holy site to the religious head (or hold it yourself if you're the Caliph or Fylkir). Catholics and Orthodox normally have the religious head controlling a holy site from the start, but other religions don't.
 
* Give a holy site to the religious head (or hold it yourself if you're the Caliph or Fylkir). Catholics and Orthodox normally have the religious head controlling a holy site from the start, but other religions don't.
 
* Ensure that your religion controls as many holy sites as possible. However, Jerusalem is a holy site to many Christian and Muslim sects; you will run the risk of triggering crusades and jihads early.
 
* Ensure that your religion controls as many holy sites as possible. However, Jerusalem is a holy site to many Christian and Muslim sects; you will run the risk of triggering crusades and jihads early.
*Getting moral authority high for the [[Indian religions]] is often not a priority (as they do not have heresies) and not an easy task (due to the absence of a religious head and great holy wars). Do note that Hindu rulers should aim to boost moral authority by securing Hindu holy sites, as their holy order (Followers of Arjuna) is notably large and can be used against non-Hindus. They can also sack non-Hindu temples as an alternative.  
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* Getting moral authority high for the [[Indian religions]] is often not a priority (as they do not have heresies) and not an easy task (due to the absence of a religious head and great holy wars). Do note that Hindu rulers should aim to boost moral authority by securing Hindu holy sites, as their holy order (Followers of Arjuna) is notably large and can be used against non-Hindus. They can also sack non-Hindu temples as an alternative.
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* Encourage the '''Become Paragon of Virtue''' [[ambition]] among your realm's rulers. Each success gives +1% moral authority.
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** Hand out conquered temples/cities to characters who ''can select'' the ambition (less than 100 piety, not cruel or impaler), are ''likely to select'' it (zealous, learning education education), and are ''likely to achieve'' it (young and healthy, zealous, humble, content, chaste).
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** Avoid letting them select the "become councilor" ambition, or help them achieve it if they do. Let each ruler serve as your Steward/Spiritual until they switch. Alternatively, grant counties piecemeal, so each count is forced to employ all 2-5 of their baron-level vassals.
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** Consider spamming the "create priest" decision if you have excess piety. Each new character will have learning education and some will be zealous.
    
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