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====[[File:CB invasion.png]] Invasion (Muslim) ====
 
====[[File:CB invasion.png]] Invasion (Muslim) ====
  
For 1000 piety, Muslims may seek to conquer all territory in a de jure kingdom belonging to a ruler of a different religion who controls at least 6 counties within it. Like Muslim Holy Wars, "different religion" includes Muslims of other denominations, such as Sunni versus Shia. The attacker must border the target kingdom or own land within it. Nomads cannot use Muslim invasion; they use nomad invasion instead.
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For 1000 piety, Muslims may seek to conquer all territory in a de jure kingdom belonging to a ruler of a different religion who controls at least 6 counties within it (note that like Muslim Holy Wars, "different religion" includes Muslims of other denominations, such as Sunni versus Shia). Winning grants all holdings held by rulers also owning land outside the kingdom, and also transfers vassalage of all subsidiary lords in the kingdom. The new vassals get a temporary +75 relations modifier with you, making it very easy to demand their conversion. Since patch 1.091, this CB is only usable on kingdoms that you border or own land in. According to CB files, nomads cannot use muslim invasion, they use nomad invasion instead.
  
Winning grants all holdings held by rulers also owning land outside the kingdom, and also transfers vassalage of all subsidiary lords in the kingdom. The new vassals get a temporary +75 relations modifier with you, making it very easy to demand their conversion. Unlike other invasions, you only gain the target holdings; the loser gets to keep any holdings you occupy outside the wargoal.
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Unlike other invasions, you only gain the target holdings; the loser gets to keep any holdings you occupy outside the wargoal.
  
 
As with holy wars, neighbours of the target who share their religion can (and very likely will) join in defense. Defending pagan and Zoroastrian rulers can convert to the attacker's religion by decision, ending the war inconclusively.
 
As with holy wars, neighbours of the target who share their religion can (and very likely will) join in defense. Defending pagan and Zoroastrian rulers can convert to the attacker's religion by decision, ending the war inconclusively.

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