Please register for Total War Access to use the forums. If you're an existing user, your forum details will be merged with Total War Access if you register with the same email or username. For more information please read our FAQ’s here.
tangy wrote: »
As the Visigoths, you get a bonus to income from tributary states. How do I form these? It seems that liberating a region only makes it a full independent nation, not a vassal.
Sjiriki wrote: »
Balancing is a far more intricate thing than looking at who wins a 1v1 fight.
Ironside12 wrote: »
I've subjugated a few factions, but there are others with only one territory that won't give me the "Subjugate" option, any ideas guys?
MarioGSF wrote: »
I have had the same thing happen in my Sassanid Campaign. Some factions don't have the subjugate option when taking their last city. I can't figure out why this happens.
I have 8 puppet states at the moment and I'm around 430 AD, so a lot of factions have already been destroyed. This means getting the 20 puppet states I need for a divine triumph will be very difficult, maybe even impossible, because I don't get the option to subjugate when taking their last settlement.
It's really frustrating at the moment.
Masteradi wrote: »
I think it's not possible to subjugate Roman factions, including rebel split offs like Britain, Gaul, Illyria etc.
Also it is possible to subjugate horde factions - I was able to subjugate the Suebi before.
Darknaj wrote: »
I am not sure about separatists, but you can subjugate Gaul, Illyria, etc.