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[[File:Nomadic_government.png]] '''Nomadism''' is the form of [[government]] of the migratory ''horse lords'' roaming the Eurasian steppes. Nomadic gameplay differs markedly from that of [[feudal]] lords or {{icon|tr}}[[merchant republic]] patricians, although certain restrictions and mechanics are similar.  
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[[File:Nomadic_government.png]] '''Nomadism''' is the form of [[government]] of the migratory ''horse lords'' roaming the Eurasian steppes. Nomadic gameplay differs markedly from that of [[feudal]] lords or [[merchant republic]] patricians, although certain restrictions and mechanics are similar.  
  
Without the {{icon|hl}}Horse Lords [[DLC]], nomadic realms are [[Tribalism|tribal]] instead. Indeed, nomadic and tribal governments share some similarities. Nomadism is also one of three playable non-feudal government types in CK2, the other two being merchant republics and tribalism.
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Without the {{icon|hl}}Horse Lords [[DLC]], nomadic realms are [[Tribalism|tribal]] instead. Indeed, nomadic and tribal governments share some similarities.
  
 
== Holdings ==
 
== Holdings ==

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