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=== Splitting and absorbing clans===
 
=== Splitting and absorbing clans===
A Khagan may choose to establish a new clan and vassal khan by giving out a county and its associated {{iconify|Population}}, either from his own clan (i.e. his demesne provinces) or his vassal khan with the most {{iconify|Population}}. As one can imagine, the vassal clan does not welcome this division of land; every province taken from a vassal clan in such a manner will lower the clan sentiment towards the Khagan by 20.  
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A Khagan may choose to establish a new clan and vassal khan by giving out a county and its associated {{iconify|Population}}), either from his own clan (i.e. his demesne provinces) or his vassal khan with the most {{iconify|Population}}. As one can imagine, the vassal clan does not welcome this division of land; every province taken from a vassal clan in such a manner will lower the clan sentiment towards the Khagan by 20.  
  
 
Absorbing a vassal clan will return all counties in the khan's possession to the Khagan; the khan will be reduced to a courtier. This act will lower the vassal khan's opinion of the Khagan by 70; the khan would almost certainly revolt unless he is imprisoned. Also, if the absorbing is done without a valid reason, other vassal clans would also deem the action tyrannical, resulting in lowered clan sentiment. Absorbing a clan after defeating a traitorous khan allows the Khagan to redistribute power between himself and his vassal khans.
 
Absorbing a vassal clan will return all counties in the khan's possession to the Khagan; the khan will be reduced to a courtier. This act will lower the vassal khan's opinion of the Khagan by 70; the khan would almost certainly revolt unless he is imprisoned. Also, if the absorbing is done without a valid reason, other vassal clans would also deem the action tyrannical, resulting in lowered clan sentiment. Absorbing a clan after defeating a traitorous khan allows the Khagan to redistribute power between himself and his vassal khans.

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