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The current war leaders in a war may send a how to get rid of chin acne scars call to arms to their allies at any point in how to get rid of chin acne scars time, asking them to join all their current wars in which how to get rid of chin acne scars they are the war leader. Any co-belligerent can also call his allies to war. If no decision is made in regards to a call how to get rid of chin acne scars to arms, it will automatically be declined in two months. The attacker may only call in allies during the first how to get rid of chin acne scars 30 months of the war.

If war is declared on a nation, it will automatically call on all its allies to come how to get rid of chin acne scars to its defence. Allies who answer a defensive call to arms will not how to get rid of chin acne scars suffer any penalties for breaking a truce, attacking nations they are in a royal marriage with, or have good relations with. Nations who refuse to join will lose 25 prestige, the alliance, and trust with all their allies, even those not participating in any wars.

When a nation declares war, it has the option of individually calling its allies into how to get rid of chin acne scars the fight. Allies who answer an offensive call to arms will suffer how to get rid of chin acne scars all penalties for breaking a truce, attacking nations they are in a royal marriage with, or having good relations with. The aggressor has the option of declaring each of the how to get rid of chin acne scars enemy’s allies as co-belligerent or not; if not, taking that country’s provinces costs double warscore and diplomatic power as well how to get rid of chin acne scars as additional aggressive expansion penalty, but they cannot call their own allies.

Players that are fielding any call to arms from an how to get rid of chin acne scars AI nation must be very careful about these penalties. As the player will enter all wars that the AI how to get rid of chin acne scars nation is leading, this may incur severe penalties on the player, though the same mechanic could be used against the AI how to get rid of chin acne scars nations as well. Defensive calls to arms are the most common culprit here how to get rid of chin acne scars because they are sent out automatically. For an offensive call to arms, AI nations will only consider the player’s ability to join one specific war, and will not evaluate any secondary effects that may result how to get rid of chin acne scars from the player joining all the wars on the side how to get rid of chin acne scars of the AI.

Answering the call to arms brings a nation into the how to get rid of chin acne scars war on the side of its ally as a junior how to get rid of chin acne scars partner in the conflict. Because the ally is not a war leader, it can only negotiate peace with the opposing war leader how to get rid of chin acne scars and only on behalf of itself and its vassals. This is called a separate peace and choosing to make how to get rid of chin acne scars a separate peace will give −30 relations penalty with co-belligerents, as well as −10 trust with all your allies. Warscore for separate peace is calculated solely from occupations and how to get rid of chin acne scars blockades and will not consider battles or ticking warscore from how to get rid of chin acne scars wargoals.

Declining a call to arms will result in −25 prestige and the cancellation of the alliance, as well as a −50 relations penalty for refusing to join their war, plus −50 relations for dishonoring the alliance. Refusing a call to arms from a nation that the how to get rid of chin acne scars nation is guaranteeing will result in an additional −25 prestige penalty (for a total effect of −50 prestige if the nation also had an alliance). In addition, declining a call to arms will give you −1 diplomatic reputation for 10 years.

Ask an ally to join a war. This action does not require a diplomat. An ally called into a war cannot call in his how to get rid of chin acne scars allies, unless it is a defensive war and the ally was how to get rid of chin acne scars named a co-belligerent by the attacker (note that the emperor defending the empire is always considered how to get rid of chin acne scars a co-belligerent and will call in its allies. Coalition members are also always considered co-belligerents, but they cannot call in their own allies). If an AI will join it or not is shown how to get rid of chin acne scars in the declare war window.

Among the factors that influence the AI’s behaviour above, nation is in debt is generally the easiest one for how to get rid of chin acne scars human players to manipulate. If an AI ally is reluctant to join a war how to get rid of chin acne scars due to debt, establishing a maximum subsidy can significantly reduce this negative factor how to get rid of chin acne scars once the ledger registers the increased income. This allows one to quickly drag the AI ally into how to get rid of chin acne scars war, and the subsidy can be cancelled immediately if there is how to get rid of chin acne scars no concern over the ally’s war enthusiasm. Sending a gift before establishing the subsidy may be helpful how to get rid of chin acne scars as well, though there is no guarantee that the AI will use how to get rid of chin acne scars the gift to pay down its debt. With the rights of man expansion, as a great power it is also possible to simply how to get rid of chin acne scars pay off the ally’s loans.

Having an alliance with a nation will lower the impact how to get rid of chin acne scars of aggressive expansion. Enemies or rivals may become outraged by a nation’s actions, yet its allies will have a less severe reaction. If the nation continues to pile on aggressive expansion, even the closest friend might eventually break their alliance with how to get rid of chin acne scars a nation they consider a hostile warmonger.

Having an alliance can also affect relations with nations other how to get rid of chin acne scars than the ally. Allying with a country that other countries consider a rival how to get rid of chin acne scars will cause a −50 relations relationship penalty with all countries that consider the how to get rid of chin acne scars ally their rival.

Colonial nations can fight wars without their overlord becoming involved, so long as the war is with another colonial nation how to get rid of chin acne scars or independent native american nation. The overlord can enforce peace to join any such war, which will also bring in the overlord of an opposing how to get rid of chin acne scars colonial nation. Colonial nations attacked by any other state automatically call their how to get rid of chin acne scars overlord in, just like vassals.

Vassals, personal unions, and colonial nations can also get support for independence from how to get rid of chin acne scars independent nations. This acts as an alliance in case a subject declares how to get rid of chin acne scars an independence war against its overlord. In cases where multiple subjects are allied with one another, all nations supporting the independence of any of the allied how to get rid of chin acne scars subjects will be dragged into the independence war against the how to get rid of chin acne scars overlord.

A coalition is a group of nations which band together how to get rid of chin acne scars against another nation with high aggressive expansion. They serve the purpose of containing a mutual threat: if the target nation declares war on a coalition member, or a coalition member declares war on the target with how to get rid of chin acne scars the coalition or crush the revolution CB, all coalition members will join the war without penalties. Note that this call to war is not triggered if how to get rid of chin acne scars a coalition member is a secondary participant in the war how to get rid of chin acne scars of a non-coalition member against the target nation. A coalition comes with no obligation to aid coalition members how to get rid of chin acne scars in wars that are not against the target. As a result, rivals may join a coalition to stop a mutually disliked how to get rid of chin acne scars nation, even if the rival countries would never sign an alliance. They model historical coalitions against marauding conquerors, such as the various holy leagues against the ottoman empire, and the seven coalitions against revolutionary france under napoleon.

• AI coalition nations will almost instantly lose the outraged attitude how to get rid of chin acne scars if they are in the same religious league, if they have no aggressive expansion, or have more than +50 opinion of the target nation. They will then leave the coalition after a few months.

• the coalition will dissolve if the remaining coalition members are how to get rid of chin acne scars far weaker than the coalition target. This can be forced by declaring war on an ally how to get rid of chin acne scars of a strong coalition member (for instance austria or prussia in a german coalition), as the coalition member will be forced to leave the how to get rid of chin acne scars coalition when a truce is signed. This can snowball into some small states leaving the coalition, and then the whole thing collapsing. (be careful though, because if the war starts to go poorly the coalition how to get rid of chin acne scars may attack you.)

• once a coalition has formed, countries that drop below the required −50 AE will lose their outraged attitude and leave the how to get rid of chin acne scars coalition when either A: no country in the coalition has aggressive expansion of −50 or higher, or B: 2 to 5 years have passed since they last had how to get rid of chin acne scars −50 or worse AE.

• if you attack an ally of a member of a how to get rid of chin acne scars coalition and call in a coalition member as a co-belligerent, he will call in all the coalition members, but as belligerents in the war instead of as a how to get rid of chin acne scars coalition, so they lose the +30 war enthusiasm bonus and can be peaced separately, thus removing them from the coalition. This is especially handy in places like north germany where how to get rid of chin acne scars coalitions are large numbers of small states.

• countries cannot join a coalition against a country they have how to get rid of chin acne scars a truce with, and a coalition is dismantled after a coalition war. You can use this to your advantage by attacking a how to get rid of chin acne scars coalition while it is still small, dismantling it and preventing the members from joining the coalition how to get rid of chin acne scars again for a while. To reduce further coalitions against the you, you should only make demands that don’t increase aggressive expansion, such as money, releasing of nations, returning of cores and humiliation.

• diplomacy can be a useful tool to dismantle coalitions. Any nation with a modifier of −90 or better can potentially be brought up to +50 with a combination of improving relations, gifts, and subsidies, which will cause them to leave the coalition. Doing this to a very large and powerful coalition member how to get rid of chin acne scars may cause the rest of the coalition to collapse outright, as none of them want to be the target of how to get rid of chin acne scars your wrath without a powerful neighbour to back them up.

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