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* Germanic, Tengri, and Aztec rulers lose the prestige penalties for being at peace, but gain the usual opinion penalties for raising vassal levies.
 
* Germanic, Tengri, and Aztec rulers lose the prestige penalties for being at peace, but gain the usual opinion penalties for raising vassal levies.
  
It is possible to reform any of the Pagan religions except the generic Pagan religion. This requires 750 piety and either owning all five Holy Sites or owning three and having 50% moral authority.
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It is possible to reform any of the Pagan religions except the generic Pagan and Hellenic religions. This requires 750 piety and either owning all five Holy Sites or owning three and having 50% moral authority.
  
 
Without ''Holy Fury'', pagan reformation always creates a duke-tier religious head.
 
Without ''Holy Fury'', pagan reformation always creates a duke-tier religious head.

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