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* The most powerful [[vassals]] strongly desire a council seat, or will threaten a civil war.
 
* The most powerful [[vassals]] strongly desire a council seat, or will threaten a civil war.
 
* The council has power to vote on changes to [[realm laws]], declaration of wars, etc. But this power depends on the [[council laws]], which can limit councilors' power and influence. Tribal rulers enable council laws by increasing tribal organization in order to feudalize, and nomads always have all of the council laws enabled.
 
* The council has power to vote on changes to [[realm laws]], declaration of wars, etc. But this power depends on the [[council laws]], which can limit councilors' power and influence. Tribal rulers enable council laws by increasing tribal organization in order to feudalize, and nomads always have all of the council laws enabled.
** To avoid thousand of pop-ups, council members adopt certain pre-defined [[Council_vote#Stances|stances]], which will dictate how they align themselves (yea, nay or abstain) with the decisions the ruler takes: {{iconify|Loyalist}}, {{iconify|Pragmatist}}, {{iconify|Glory Hound}}, {{iconify|Zealot}}, or {{iconify|Malcontent}}.
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** To avoid thousand of pop-ups, council members adopt certain pre-defined [[Council_vote#Stances|stances]], which will dictate how they align themselves (yay, nay or abstain) with the decisions the ruler takes: {{iconify|Loyalist}}, {{iconify|Pragmatist}}, {{iconify|Glory Hound}}, {{iconify|Zealot}}, or {{iconify|Malcontent}}.
 
* Under some governments, councillors cannot create or join [[factions]] except during a period of "discontent" after succession or tyranny.
 
* Under some governments, councillors cannot create or join [[factions]] except during a period of "discontent" after succession or tyranny.
 
* [[Regencies]] are reworked: the regent is put as a position on the council and will vote instead of the young ruler, who doesn't have the option of going against a council vote.
 
* [[Regencies]] are reworked: the regent is put as a position on the council and will vote instead of the young ruler, who doesn't have the option of going against a council vote.

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