Casus belli

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Casus belli is a Latin term meaning case of war. In the game, a country with a Casus Belli (commonly abbreviated to "CB") on another country is deemed to have a valid cause for war. Declaring war without a Casus Belli will cost the attacker 2 Stability and give additional Aggressive Expansion.

List of Casus Belli

Casus Bellis come in a variety of forms including:

  • Claim: A country is considered to always have a Casus Belli against a country if it has a claim on a city that the other country owns.
  • Supporting Rebels: A country is always considered to have a Casus Belli against someone who supports rebels inside it.
  • Insult: A country will receive a time limited Casus Belli against a country that has sent an insult to it.
  • Guarantee: A country will receive a time limited Casus Belli against a country that attacks someone Guaranteed by them.
  • Broken Subject Status: A country will receive a time limited Casus Belli against a country that breaks a subject relationship with them.
  • Broken Alliance: A country will receive a time limited Casus Belli against a country that dishonors its alliance towards them.