Crusader Kings 3 is a grand strategy game where players do their best to conquer the world and roleplay as the greatest heroes of medieval times.
One of your main goals in CK3 is always going to be to take land from your neighbors and enemies.
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However, there are many requirements you will need to meet to start conquering everyone around you.
In this guide, we will show you exactly how to take the land of your neighbors in Crusader Kings 3.
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How to Take Land in CK3
To take land in CK3, you need to declare war with a Conquest Casus Belli. There are many Casus Bellis you can use in CK3, but this one is the best for quick land grabs.
If you play as a Tribal ruler, you will have Conquest Casus Bellis on all of your neighbors. To declare war to take their land, here is what you need to do:
- Right-click on the flag of the ruler you want to conquer.
- Select the Declare War option.
- Choose the Casus Belli that suits your needs (If a Casus Belli has a big red exclamation mark, then you can’t use it at the moment).
- Declare War.
After you declare war, all you need to do is beat your enemies’ armies and conquer the territory you chose you wanted to get.
War is the best way to take land in CK3, as other ways are complicated and “gamey”. If you are at the start of your Crusader Kings journey, then you should first go through some wars and get the hang of the game.
That’s everything you need to know about how to take land in Crusader Kings 3!
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