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Adult male relatives can be sent out to be [[mercenary]] leaders, allowing them to accumulate considerable prestige and wealth. This gives khans a way to [[Heir#Selecting your heir|influence succession]], but carries risk of injury. A less risky way of earning prestige is through honorary titles, particularly the Designated Regent title. Alternatively, if the male relatives are not Muslim, using prestige penalties during marriage (by marrying a lowborn courtier to an undesirable candidate) is one way to damage their chances of becoming heir.
 
Adult male relatives can be sent out to be [[mercenary]] leaders, allowing them to accumulate considerable prestige and wealth. This gives khans a way to [[Heir#Selecting your heir|influence succession]], but carries risk of injury. A less risky way of earning prestige is through honorary titles, particularly the Designated Regent title. Alternatively, if the male relatives are not Muslim, using prestige penalties during marriage (by marrying a lowborn courtier to an undesirable candidate) is one way to damage their chances of becoming heir.
  
With {{icon|hf}}Holy Fury, powerful nomadic rulers can force the adoption of [[Open]] succession during the reformation of their pagan faiths, by adopting either the ''Agnatic Clans'' or ''Enatic Clans'' doctrine.
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With {{icon|hf}}Holy Fury, powerful nomadic rulers can force the adoption of [[Open]] succession during the reformation of their pagan faiths, by adopting either the ''Agnatic Clans'' or ''Enatic Clans'' doctrine.   
* '''''Note:''' There is a commonly reported issue where once succession has occurred since the clans doctrine has been enacted it will revert to Nomadic Succession straight after the current ruler has died. There is no option to revert back to Open afterwards. This may be due to Paradox's intent on keeping Nomads as a certain play-style.''
 
 
=== Vassal breakaway on succession ===
 
=== Vassal breakaway on succession ===
  

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