What Nepotism? achievement in Crusader Kings III (Win 10)

What Nepotism?

Have your Dynasty rule ten independent realms of at least Kingdom tier simultaneously

What Nepotism?-4.6
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How to unlock the What Nepotism? achievement

  • WoeffiWoeffi192,467
    14 Feb 2021 14 Feb 2021 31 Mar 2021
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    What Nepotism? is easier, than you might think.

    There are a number of ways it can be done, but here's how I did it:

    Confederate Partition (succession law) means that all children will inherit equally. If you hold 10 (potential) Kingdom Titles, these will be split between your ten children/sons (1 primary heir + 9). This is very achievable within one lifetime if you create a custom character, make him 16-20 years old, and start aggressively conquering. While every ruler works, I recommend a ruler with a faith that allows concubines or secondary spouses, otherwise you'll never get enough children within one lifetime. However, if you die, that's not a problem. Just keep capturing kingdoms and let Confederate Partition do its thing, it will merely delay the inevitable.

    EDIT: DO NOT CREATE AN EMPIRE. EMPIRE WILL KEEP THE KINGDOMS TOGETHER.

    I did it with the Tribal Kingdom of Ghana in Africa (Maghan Zoumana of Ghana); it's surrounded by a lot of weak rulers and enough kingdoms to spare. You'll never have a neighbor strong enough to challenge you.

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    LMEPHISTOWhen you mean potential kingdom titles, you mean you havent created them?
    Posted by LMEPHISTO on 10 Mar at 17:11
    Woeffi
    When you mean potential kingdom titles, you mean you havent created them?
    There is no need as the Kingdom Titles will be created automatically upon your death / inheritance. You can create them, if you want, of course.
    Posted by Woeffi on 10 Mar at 22:31
    LMEPHISTOawesome, does that mean, for example is you play with the byzantines that automatically start with 10 kingdoms, if my ruler dies and i have 10 children will automatically be inheritated without even creating the kingdom titles? If yes thats an easy case indeed !
    Posted by LMEPHISTO on 27 Mar at 15:40
    WoeffiSorry for the late reply.

    No!

    Empires will keep kingdoms TOGETHER. You must have (potential)-Kingdom titles without an Empire! Very very important!
    Posted by Woeffi on 31 Mar at 20:03
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