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===Extort tribute===
 
===Extort tribute===
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.
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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 on suzerain 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.
 
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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