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Clan Sentiment is influenced by:
 
Clan Sentiment is influenced by:
 
*(for the Khagan) whether the vassal khan is on the [[council]] (-5 if not)
 
*(for the Khagan) whether the vassal khan is on the [[council]] (-5 if not)
**However, if Khans who have feuds are councilors, the feuding Khans' clan sentiment towards the Khagan will decrease. (-3 per Khan who has feud and is a councilor)
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**However, if Khans who are feuding are on the council, the feuding Khans' clan sentiment towards the Khagan will decrease. (-3 per Khan who's a council member and has feud)
 
*(for the Khagan) holding onto too many nomadic counties (affects sentiment of all clans; -20 per county)
 
*(for the Khagan) holding onto too many nomadic counties (affects sentiment of all clans; -20 per county)
 
*(for the Khagan) the vassal khan having too little grazing land (This occurs when the clan's population is of a certain percentage of its maximum. The closer the population is to the clan's maximum, the greater the malus to clan sentiment.)
 
*(for the Khagan) the vassal khan having too little grazing land (This occurs when the clan's population is of a certain percentage of its maximum. The closer the population is to the clan's maximum, the greater the malus to clan sentiment.)

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