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How to Get Vassals in Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign

Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign

In Knights of Honor 2, one kingdom can be a vassal of another. The sovereign will receive a percentage of his vassal’s gold income and fame. Although the vassal will be losing this amount of gold, he won’t lose any fame. Remember that you need fame to become the Emperor of the World and claim victory, so having vassals is very beneficial.

Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign

The amount of gold received from vassals can be increased with the appropriate traditions, such as “Iron Fist” and “Laws“.

Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign

You can check how many vassals you have by clicking on your kingdom on a global map. On the panel in the bottom middle of the screen, you will see the “Vassals” cell.

Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign

In addition, if a kingdom is your vassal, its background on the global map will be filled out with stripes.

How to make a kingdom your vassal

In order to make a kingdom a vassal, you must be at war with it. With military supremacy, you will be able to demand vassalization as one of the conditions for signing peace.

Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign

The enemy king can decline your vassalization demands if your negotiating position is weak, so you should show military power. At some point, the kingdom will finally become your vassal.

Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign

How to cancel vassalization and return independence to your vassals

There are only two ways to cancel vassalization.

  1. A sovereign and a vassal declare war on each other. If you declare war on your vassal, you will lose the crown authority, and the opinions of most social groups will drop.
  2. A sovereign grants independence to his vassal.

Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign

Both options are available via an audience with the vassal.

What do you get from having vassals

  1. Fame to claim victory.
    Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign
  2. A percentage of vassal’s gold income.
    Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign
  3. A kingdom will be more willing to support you in war if it’s your vassal. As well, the vassals are also expecting protection from you. Although refusing to enter their wars will rarely have serious consequences.
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