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==Tributary==
 
==Tributary==
A tributary-suzerain relationship is an asymmetric pact giving the suzerain power over the tributary. There are three types of tributaries, each with different tax rates and rules about who must join whose wars.
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A tributary-suzerain relationship is an asymmetric pact giving the suzerain power over the tributary. There are four types of tributaries, each with different tax rates and rules about who must join whose wars.
  
 
A suzerain cannot declare war on their tributaries. However, a suzerain may choose to [[Diplomatic actions#Release tributary|release a tributary]] in order to attack them again, as long as both realms are at peace. The truce from the initial "Make tributary" war only lasts a year, and releasing a tributary does not create a new truce. Tributaries cannot join in defensive pacts against their suzerain.
 
A suzerain cannot declare war on their tributaries. However, a suzerain may choose to [[Diplomatic actions#Release tributary|release a tributary]] in order to attack them again, as long as both realms are at peace. The truce from the initial "Make tributary" war only lasts a year, and releasing a tributary does not create a new truce. Tributaries cannot join in defensive pacts against their suzerain.

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