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This CB cannot be used within a realm, for instance by a Sunni vassal against a Shi'a vassal of the same liege, or by a heretic vassal against their non-heretic liege. Vassals who do not share their liege's religion are restricted from using the CB even for external wars, unless the vassal and liege are both non-heretics of the same religion group. The Reformed pagan version of the CB is more specific, requiring that a vassal match the exact religion of their liege.
 
This CB cannot be used within a realm, for instance by a Sunni vassal against a Shi'a vassal of the same liege, or by a heretic vassal against their non-heretic liege. Vassals who do not share their liege's religion are restricted from using the CB even for external wars, unless the vassal and liege are both non-heretics of the same religion group. The Reformed pagan version of the CB is more specific, requiring that a vassal match the exact religion of their liege.
  
Upon '''victory''', you'll gain 50 prestige and all ''de jure'' counties the previous duke/duchess controlled (as long as they're occupied by you or your allies, or unoccupied) in the targeted duchy. If the duke/duchess held 6 counties (directly, or via their vassals), and only one of the counties was in the de jure duchy that you targeted for Holy War, then you will only become ruler of the 1 county. And if the duchy title was titular, without any de jure holdings, you'll get zero counties. Click the shield of the targeted duchy and toggle the de jure checkbox to see what counties are de jure and what counties are controlled by the current duke/duchess: you will only "win" counties that are in both views.
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Upon '''victory''', you'll gain 50 prestige and all ''de jure'' counties the previous duke/duchess controlled (as long as they're occupied by you or your allies, or unoccupied) in the targeted duchy. If the duke/duchess held 6 counties (directly, or via their vassals), and only one of the counties was in the de jure duchy that you targeted for Holy War, then you will only become ruler of the 1 county. And if the duchy title was titular, without any du jure holdings, you'll get zero counties. Click the shield of the targeted duchy and toggle the de jure checkbox to see what counties are de jure and what counties are controlled by the current duke/duchess: you will only "win" counties that are in both views.
  
 
If someone of your own religion owns one of the holdings, they'll become your vassal. If you are Muslim and attacking a non-Muslim, all vassals will be preserved if possible. Higher or equal tiers rulers' holdings will be usurped as usual, but lower tier vassals will become yours instead. This CB cannot vassalize any [[religious head]] such as the Pope even you target the only duchy he has. Muslim victors will also lose decadence (based on [[war contribution]]; maximum 10%).
 
If someone of your own religion owns one of the holdings, they'll become your vassal. If you are Muslim and attacking a non-Muslim, all vassals will be preserved if possible. Higher or equal tiers rulers' holdings will be usurped as usual, but lower tier vassals will become yours instead. This CB cannot vassalize any [[religious head]] such as the Pope even you target the only duchy he has. Muslim victors will also lose decadence (based on [[war contribution]]; maximum 10%).

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