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Lieges can '''[[Diplomatic actions#Imprison|attempt to arrest]]''' any character they control. This has a variable chance of success depending on respective [[Intrigue]] scores, and will incur [[tyranny]] if attempted without cause. Unsuccessful imprisonment of an unlanded subject or indirect [[vassal]] will cause them to flee the realm and abdicate titles to their [[heir]] if applicable, while unsuccessful imprisonment of a direct landed vassal will spark [[Casus Belli#Overthrow ruler|a rebellion with the Overthrow Ruler ''casus belli'']].
 
Lieges can '''[[Diplomatic actions#Imprison|attempt to arrest]]''' any character they control. This has a variable chance of success depending on respective [[Intrigue]] scores, and will incur [[tyranny]] if attempted without cause. Unsuccessful imprisonment of an unlanded subject or indirect [[vassal]] will cause them to flee the realm and abdicate titles to their [[heir]] if applicable, while unsuccessful imprisonment of a direct landed vassal will spark [[Casus Belli#Overthrow ruler|a rebellion with the Overthrow Ruler ''casus belli'']].
  
Valid causes for imprisonment include:
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Valid causes for imprisonment are:
 
* [[Plot]] leader
 
* [[Plot]] leader
 
* Plot participant who refused the liege's demand to leave it
 
* Plot participant who refused the liege's demand to leave it

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