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1. "Settle as Tribal": Converting to tribal is possible any time if the capital nomadic holding has a level 2 [[Baghatur Council]] building, which requires "Improved Keeps 2" [[technology]]. When becoming tribal, all nomadic demesne provinces get a [[tribe]] holding and remain under the control of the ruler. As of patch 2.6.1, when you choose to 'Settle as Tribal' as a Nomadic realm, your vassal clan Chiefs will settle along with you. Settling as tribal is the ''only'' way for nomads to keep their nomadic counties and nomadic vassals after changing governments.
 
1. "Settle as Tribal": Converting to tribal is possible any time if the capital nomadic holding has a level 2 [[Baghatur Council]] building, which requires "Improved Keeps 2" [[technology]]. When becoming tribal, all nomadic demesne provinces get a [[tribe]] holding and remain under the control of the ruler. As of patch 2.6.1, when you choose to 'Settle as Tribal' as a Nomadic realm, your vassal clan Chiefs will settle along with you. Settling as tribal is the ''only'' way for nomads to keep their nomadic counties and nomadic vassals after changing governments.
  
2. "Special Action": To settle down, a tribal holding (for tribalism), a castle (for feudalism) or a coastal city (for a merchant republic) must be held by the Khagan or a direct vassal. Settling converts the new capital, as well as a number of other provinces depending on the nomadic {{iconify|population}} (one province per 5,000 population, up to a maximum of 19 nearby provinces at 95,000 population), to the nomad's culture and religion, and also gives the ruler a large stack of [[event troops]] in place of the now-disbanded nomadic armies (200 per controlled empty holdings). However, if adopting [[feudalism]] or [[merchant republic|merchant republicanism]], ''all nomadic'' counties are abandoned, and a vassal khan will become the new leader of the remaining nomadic territory. If adopting [[tribalism]] through an existing tribe building, your personal nomadic counties will be kept, and all counties will now have a tribe building. By adopting a government, all current baron vassals in your (non-nomadic, even with empty capital) counties will become count-tier vassals and feudal by default. If you want republican count-tier vassals, you should revoke all cities and hold them personally before adopting [[merchant republic|merchant republicanism]].
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2. "Special Action": To settle down, a tribal holding (for tribalism), a castle (for feudalism) or a coastal city (for a merchant republic) must be held by the Khagan or a direct vassal. Settling converts the new capital, as well as a number of other provinces depending on the nomadic {{iconify|population}}, to the nomad's culture and religion, and also gives the ruler a large stack of [[event troops]] in place of the now-disbanded nomadic armies. However, if adopting [[feudalism]] or [[merchant republic|merchant republicanism]], ''all nomadic'' counties are abandoned, and a vassal khan will become the new leader of the remaining nomadic territory. If adopting [[tribalism]] through an existing tribe building, your personal nomadic counties will be kept, and all counties will now have a tribe building. By adopting a government, all current baron vassals in your (non-nomadic, even with empty capital) counties will become count-tier vassals and feudal by default. If you want republican count-tier vassals, you should revoke all cities and hold them personally before adopting [[merchant republic|merchant republicanism]].
  
 
Your new top title after settling (thanks BFKelleher on reddit):
 
Your new top title after settling (thanks BFKelleher on reddit):
  
*If you have barony level vassals or no non-nomad vassals, you will settle as county level.
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If you have barony level vassals or no non-nomad vassals, you will settle as county level.
  
*If you have duke level vassals, you become a king of the de jure kingdom that you settle into.
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If you have duke level vassals, you become a king of the de jure kingdom that you settle into.
  
*If you have king level vassals, you become emperor level and gain a titular empire based on the county you settled in.
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If you have king level vassals, you become emperor level and gain a titular empire based on the county you settled in.
  
*If you have an empire tier title that isn't the Khaganate, you'll keep that.
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If you have an empire tier title that isn't the Khaganate, you'll keep that.
  
 
Your new demesne (thanks WrongJohnSilver on reddit):
 
Your new demesne (thanks WrongJohnSilver on reddit):
*When settling as Feudal, you keep all non-nomadic counties and your nomadic capital county. All other nomadic counties are released to nomads. Baronies promote to capitals and barons to vassal counts, as before. So, to keep a larger demesne when you settle as feudal, personally hold baronies in the counties you want to keep.
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When settling as Feudal, you keep all non-nomadic counties and your nomadic capital county. All other nomadic counties are released to nomads. Baronies promote to capitals and barons to vassal counts, as before. So, to keep a larger demesne when you settle as feudal, personally hold baronies in the counties you want to keep.
  
  

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