Royal Court DLC for ‘Crusader Kings 3’ will let players formally beg for help

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If You Ask Nicely, Your Lies Might Help You

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a new dev diary for Crusader Kings 3 has outlined how players will soon be able to approach their lies for assistance.

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as part of the upcoming Royal Court Players of the expansion, grand strategy game will be able to contact their rulers and ask for their help on a range of issues.

Recent Crusader Kings 3 dev blog (Viewed by pcgamen) states that once every five years, any person who is subordinate to a great ruler (such as a king, queen or emperor) may appeal to him for help. Screenshots in the dev blog show that there are a variety of issues that can be petitioned – including helping settle a debt, requesting a title or council position, dismantling a powerful faction, or Helping to enforce peace across the region.


The developers state that this new feature will “allow you to directly ask for things without resorting to combat, which will remain a last resort when you need to take down a king whose tolerance of border-gore is clearly his illegitimate.” proves”.

While your lien may dismiss these petitions outright, they may also demand something in return, for example payment in gold.

A second new feature will allow players – if they are feudal or clan vassals – to spend prestige to ‘pay tribute’ to their leader. This can only be done once per lie, and if successful there is a small amount of rewards. There is still room for mess though, as “there is a lot of pressure for such an important event, and not all lords and ladies are made for public speaking”.

While still in development, Royal Court extension for Crusader Kings 3 There is currently no release date.


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