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A ruler cannot change both the succession type and the gender law.
 
A ruler cannot change both the succession type and the gender law.
  
All direct vassals and direct family members will have a large penalty or moderate bonus [[Opinion Modifiers|opinion modifier]] (temporary but long-lasting) as a reaction to a succession change, whether it be gender or succession method itself.  This appears to be hardcoded (unmoddable) and largely arbitrary, as for example female family members will be outraged at a change to true cognatic even if it makes them the new heir, and includes baron-level vassals who in theory should have little if any opinion about it.
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All direct vassals and direct family members will have a large penalty or moderate bonus temporary but long-lasting [[Opinion Modifiers|opinion modifier]] as a reaction to a succession change, whether it be gender or succession method itself.  This appears to be hardcoded (unmoddable) and largely arbitrary, as for example female family members will be outraged at a change to true cognatic even if it makes them the new heir, and includes baron-level vassals who in theory should have little if any opinion about it.
  
Note that Iqta Muslims can only use Agnatic Open (Turkish) succession (unless the "status of women" law is at the appropriate level; Muslim patricians follow the succession used in merchant republics), while Pagan tribes can only use elective gavelkind, and unreformed Pagans can only use Gavelkind (except Mongols and Zunists, who can also use Ultimogeniture, and Celtics who can use [[Tanistry]]).
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Note that Iqta Muslims can only use Agnatic Open (Turkish) succession (unless the "status of women" law is at the appropriate level; Muslim patricians follow the succession used in merchant republics), while Pagan tribes can only use elective gavelkind, and unreformed Pagans can only use Gavelkind (except Mongols and Zunists, who can also use Ultimogeniture).
  
 
=== Restrictions for Mongols and Aztecs ===
 
=== Restrictions for Mongols and Aztecs ===

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