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**Nomadic and tribal rulers cannot use vassals' troops to raid as they call their vassal clans/tribal vassals' to war as allies. However, if they have vassal barons located at coastal counties, they can raise fleet levies.
 
**Nomadic and tribal rulers cannot use vassals' troops to raid as they call their vassal clans/tribal vassals' to war as allies. However, if they have vassal barons located at coastal counties, they can raise fleet levies.
 
'''Raid for prisoners'''
 
'''Raid for prisoners'''
*For ransom: Choose wealthy [[capital]]s with heirs/close relatives residing in them.
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*For ransom: Choose wealthy capitals with heirs/close relatives residing in them.
 
*For sacrifices ({{icon|hf}}reformed pagan with ''Bloodthristy Gods'' doctrine): Choose realms which follow a different religion.
 
*For sacrifices ({{icon|hf}}reformed pagan with ''Bloodthristy Gods'' doctrine): Choose realms which follow a different religion.
 
*For raking up kills ({{icon|hf}}[[Bloodline#Murder_bloodlines|murder bloodlines]]): execute infidel prisoners (no Piety cost) and let prisoners of same religion rot in dungeons.
 
*For raking up kills ({{icon|hf}}[[Bloodline#Murder_bloodlines|murder bloodlines]]): execute infidel prisoners (no Piety cost) and let prisoners of same religion rot in dungeons.

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