Crusader Kings II has several laws that your monarch can adjust to keep the state in tune. These laws cover two main areas of judicial conflict: Succession Law, and Feudal Authority.

Succession Law covers both which sex is eligible to inherit (and under what circumstances) as well as laying out the template by which the line of succession is determined.

The Feudal Authority laws are the contract between the Lord of the land and his Vassals, determining the taxes and levies owed to the liege, as well as the autonomy of the Vassals to take action on their own.

All of these options exist in-game on the Laws pane, accessed by clicking the gavel in the upper left icon group.

The CK2 Laws Pane

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 Posted by on March 11, 2012

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