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On success, the defender becomes a (normal) '''Tributary''' of the attacker at a tax rate of 40%. This type of tributary can be called to war and cannot unite with other tributaries, but always breaks free upon the suzerain's death.
 
On success, the defender becomes a (normal) '''Tributary''' of the attacker at a tax rate of 40%. This type of tributary can be called to war and cannot unite with other tributaries, but always breaks free upon the suzerain's death.
  
Requires {{icon|hl}}''[[Horse Lords]]'' DLC. Requires a border or being at most 2 sea zones away (similar to holy wars). The attacker must not be a tributary (except {{icon|jd}}imperial) and must be independent. The defender must be an independent count or above, cannot be the representative of an off-map power, and cannot be already participating in another tributary war.
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Requires the {{icon|hl}}''[[Horse Lords]]'' DLC. Requires a border or being at most 2 sea zones away (similar to holy wars). The attacker must not be a tributary (except {{icon|jd}}imperial) and must be independent. The defender must be an independent count or above, cannot be the representative of an off-map power, and cannot be already participating in another tributary war.
  
 
Nomadic and tribal rulers get special opinion bonuses with their vassals after winning this kind of war. Primarily used by nomads against the richer government types, but occasionally used by rulers of other government types when other CBs are unavailable. Since the tributary relationship ends upon the suzerain's death, re-using this CB is a great way to gain prestige upon succession.
 
Nomadic and tribal rulers get special opinion bonuses with their vassals after winning this kind of war. Primarily used by nomads against the richer government types, but occasionally used by rulers of other government types when other CBs are unavailable. Since the tributary relationship ends upon the suzerain's death, re-using this CB is a great way to gain prestige upon succession.
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<!--tributary_nomad_cb-->On success, the defender becomes a '''Nomad Tributary''', a type of tributary that pays 50% tax and grants the suzerain +0.3 monthly prestige. This type of tributary can be called to war, and only breaks free if the suzerain has negative prestige.
 
<!--tributary_nomad_cb-->On success, the defender becomes a '''Nomad Tributary''', a type of tributary that pays 50% tax and grants the suzerain +0.3 monthly prestige. This type of tributary can be called to war, and only breaks free if the suzerain has negative prestige.
  
Requires {{icon|hl}}''[[Horse Lords]]'' DLC. Has similar requirements as Extort tribute, with the additional requirements that the attacker must be nomadic and that this CB cannot be used to steal tributaries from your own vassals. Can be used against realms that border a tributary of the same type, even if they are not otherwise in range.
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Requires the {{icon|hl}}''[[Horse Lords]]'' DLC. Has similar requirements as Extort tribute, with the additional requirements that the attacker must be nomadic and that this CB cannot be used to steal tributaries from your own vassals. Can be used against realms that border a tributary of the same type, even if they are not otherwise in range.
  
 
===Establish Tributary State===
 
===Establish Tributary State===
 
<!--tributary_permanent_cb-->On success, the defender becomes a '''Tributary State''', a type of tributary that pays 20% tax and transfers 15% reinforcement rate. This type of tributary cannot be called to war, but can call their suzerain to war. This type of tributary has many ways to break free: if the suzerain has negative prestige, ceases to be independent, has a smaller realm size, or declines a defensive call to arms from the tributary state.
 
<!--tributary_permanent_cb-->On success, the defender becomes a '''Tributary State''', a type of tributary that pays 20% tax and transfers 15% reinforcement rate. This type of tributary cannot be called to war, but can call their suzerain to war. This type of tributary has many ways to break free: if the suzerain has negative prestige, ceases to be independent, has a smaller realm size, or declines a defensive call to arms from the tributary state.
  
Requires {{icon|jd}}''[[Jade Dragon]]'' DLC. Can only be used by non-nomadic rulers. The attacker must have 200 prestige and cannot have a smaller realm. Requires Majesty 4 in Europe ([[region]]) and Majesty 2 elsewhere. Can be used against realms that border a tributary of the same type, even if they are not otherwise in range.
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Requires the {{icon|jd}}''[[Jade Dragon]]'' DLC. Can only be used by non-nomadic rulers. The attacker must have 200 prestige and cannot have a smaller realm. Requires Majesty 4 in Europe ([[region]]) and Majesty 2 elsewhere. Can be used against realms that border a tributary of the same type, even if they are not otherwise in range.
  
 
The tributary will also break free if the current ruler is overthrown (e.g. from a decadence revolt). This will not happen with regular inheritance.
 
The tributary will also break free if the current ruler is overthrown (e.g. from a decadence revolt). This will not happen with regular inheritance.

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