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He's been given a perfectly reasonable explanation and he keeps giving the same argument which boils down to: "it inconveniences him and thus is a stupid mechanic"So I'm pretty sure TW has already said that the intention is for kings to more often take lands that are closer to them. Generally they do, but every so often they do still go for a far away fief if it is particularly weak. That said, there are a lot of other problems with being a vassal.
- Allied armies use poor tactics and give the player very little opportunity to have a major influence on these battles.
- Allied armies are not smart in their food storage or knowing when to break up due to a lack of cohesion. For this reason joining any ally army is a huge food sink as you end up having to make up for it.
- Inter-Kingdom politics are overall pretty lame and there is no way for the player to influence the outcome beyond their vote. There should be a way to try and convince other nobles of your choice.
This comment is in poor taste. @Itisausername is trying to give feedback regarding an issue with the game, and this is what these forums are about. I do not appreciate this. If you have a problem with what they are trying to say then offer logic to support your opinion. Don't flame bait them by calling them a whiner.
It's pointless to keep having the same discussion just with slight variation in argumentation.