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Does all of the info regarding AI regency apply to a player regent? Some of it? None? How do players get to use and abuse their transient power when called to administrate on behalf of their liege? It would be helpful if this page contained some information on what is expected of the player in this situation, even if it's just a small section saying "Yeah, you can do all this as a player". As it stands, the page may well be chock full of useful information but if a first-time regent can't be sure what applies to them then the resource is of unknown value until they experience acting as regent in game and learn what applies first-hand. Newbies / vassal players are people too. :) — Preceding unsigned comment added by (Talk) 11:37, 29 September 2015 (CEST)