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Damn I feel lost... knowing the original CK isn"t much help here.
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Damn I feel lost... knowing the original CK isn"t much help here. oStarting as the king of France, I can press de Jure Claims for: Vivarais, for Duke Guihèm IV of Toulouse and (owned by Prince-Bishop Girard of Vivarais) Maine, for Duke Folques IV of Anjou (owned by Duke Robert I of Oxford)How do I do that? What UI element?
Declare a war against Prince-Bishop Girard of Vivarais or Duke Robert I of Oxford (most likely they are not independent which means that you will have to declare the war against their top liege instead) and click on which of the claims you want to use as the couse for war.

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"I don"t want to know or hear anything about neutrality. This is a fight between God and the devil. If he wants to side with God, then he has to join me. If he prefers to side with the devil, then indeed he must fight me. There is no third way."
Declare a war against Prince-Bishop Girard of Vivarais or Duke Robert I of Oxford (most likely they are not independent which means that you will have to declare the war against their top liege instead) and click on which of the claims you want to use as the couse for war.
A-ha - thanks ooo(relatively worthless in this case then as war with England or the Empire is out of the question for now...)
A-ha - thanks ooo(relatively worthless in this case then as war with England or the Empire is out of the question for now...)
Patience, all in good time... England can often end up in turmoil. That"s when you stab them in the back and claim what"s obviously yours!
"I don"t want to know or hear anything about neutrality. This is a fight between God and the devil. If he wants to side with God, then he has to join me. If he prefers to side with the devil, then indeed he must fight me. There is no third way."
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