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== Raiding and relations ==
 
== Raiding and relations ==
  
You can raid anyone who is not your liege, your [[vassal]] or your tributary/suzerain. For example, nomad vassal clans may raid each other. If your vassal raids you, you can imprison him without tyranny. (Do not be misled by the tooltips "Rulers can raid infidel neighbors for loot" and "Can raid overseas with ships". These refer to AI behavior; players can also raid co-religionists and can always use ships to support raids.)
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You can raid anyone who is not your liege, your [[vassal]] or your tributary/suzerain. For example, nomad vassal clans may raid each other. If your vassal raids you, you can imprison him without tyranny. (Do not be mislead by the tooltips "Rulers can raid infidel neighbors for loot" and "Can raid overseas with ships". These refer to AI behavior; players can also raid co-religionists and can always use ships to support raids.)
  
 
Raiding a realm makes you hostile for 180 days (from the last raiding). All rulers count-tier and above who control holdings in the county will have the opinion "Pillaged my Lands: -40" for the same time period.
 
Raiding a realm makes you hostile for 180 days (from the last raiding). All rulers count-tier and above who control holdings in the county will have the opinion "Pillaged my Lands: -40" for the same time period.

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