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[[File:Loot.png]] [[Pagan]] and [[Indian religions|Hindu]] rulers, [[tribal]] and [[nomadic]] rulers of any [[religion]], along with certain [[culture]]s, may '''raid''' enemy provinces without bothering to declare [[war]]. Bringing home '''loot''' can be a major source of [[wealth]] and [[prestige]].
 
[[File:Loot.png]] [[Pagan]] and [[Indian religions|Hindu]] rulers, [[tribal]] and [[nomadic]] rulers of any [[religion]], along with certain [[culture]]s, may '''raid''' enemy provinces without bothering to declare [[war]]. Bringing home '''loot''' can be a major source of [[wealth]] and [[prestige]].
  
Any province on the map can be raided (barring relationships - see below) however you won't get Province Loot (i.e. gold - shown as an orange bar in the province view) and Prestige unless the province is either:
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Any province on the map can be raided however you won't get Province Loot (i.e. gold - shown as an orange bar in the province view) and Prestige unless the province is either:
  
 
*a neighbouring province (adjacent to your demesne or your vassal's demesne). You get the Province Loot and Prestige immediately.
 
*a neighbouring province (adjacent to your demesne or your vassal's demesne). You get the Province Loot and Prestige immediately.

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