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*Like tribal lieges, nomadic Khagans call their vassal khans to war like allies, instead of raising them like regular levies.
 
*Like tribal lieges, nomadic Khagans call their vassal khans to war like allies, instead of raising them like regular levies.
  
==Unique to {{icon|jd}}Jade Dragon DLC==
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==Unique to Jade Dragon DLC==
Nomads have a unique way of earning Grace: '''sending horses''' to China. The nomad can stop sending this form of tribute at any time, but if stopped, the particular character cannot offer to resume the sending in their lifetime. Sending horses earns the nomad +2 Grace monthly, but reduces {{iconify|manpower}} gain by 15%.
 
 
 
Nomadic realms around the eastern part of the Steppes lie in the shadow of the Dragon; it may prove beneficial to keep tabs on the activities of the Chinese emperor and the Western Protectorate.
 
  
 
== Strategies ==
 
== Strategies ==

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