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;[War name] ended inconclusively (Casus Belli no longer valid)
 
;[War name] ended inconclusively (Casus Belli no longer valid)
:This means that the war has become completely unjustifiable. For claim wars, this may mean the claimant died or the defender lost the wargoal for some other reason. For holy wars and crusades, it may mean the defender changed religion to one that can no longer be the target of such a war, usually by the special decision for converting to the attacker's religion. Force Vassalization can be invalidated if the target forms or acquires a title too high for the attacker to vassalize. Note that a successful claim war won't invalidate other claim wars on the same title - the war simply continues against the new holder.
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:This means that the war has become completely unjustifiable. For claim wars, this may mean the claimant died or the defender lost the wargoal for some other reason. For holy wars and crusades, it may mean the defender changed religion to one that can no longer be the target of such a war, usually by the special decision for converting to the attacker's religion. Note that a successful claim war won't invalidate other claim wars on the same title - the war simply continues against the new holder.
 
;[War name] ended inconclusively (Liege Change for [Defender])
 
;[War name] ended inconclusively (Liege Change for [Defender])
 
:You can only attack someone if either their ''direct'' liege is one of your lieges, or they are independent. When they become a vassal of someone who isn't your liege, the defender isn't a valid target any more, so rather than transferring the war to the new liege, the war simply ends. This frequently happens when attacking rebelling vassals when their rebellion ends. Again, note this doesn't invalidate other claim wars on the same title, which instead transfer to the new holder - ''even if he is a vassal''.
 
:You can only attack someone if either their ''direct'' liege is one of your lieges, or they are independent. When they become a vassal of someone who isn't your liege, the defender isn't a valid target any more, so rather than transferring the war to the new liege, the war simply ends. This frequently happens when attacking rebelling vassals when their rebellion ends. Again, note this doesn't invalidate other claim wars on the same title, which instead transfer to the new holder - ''even if he is a vassal''.

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