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Relations with nations outside your sphere of conquests can be increased quite easily if you're willing to invest some Political power. There is one important aspect which should be noted, try and do this before you reach Great Power, as you'll not be able to ally nations after this point, depriving you of about +50 relation.  
 
Relations with nations outside your sphere of conquests can be increased quite easily if you're willing to invest some Political power. There is one important aspect which should be noted, try and do this before you reach Great Power, as you'll not be able to ally nations after this point, depriving you of about +50 relation.  
  
If you're able to get the tech and so on, you might be able to create feudatories or Client states near the lategame through diplomacy. However early game, you're only able to create Tribal vassals and Tributaries. These gives limited benefits and in some cases will hinder your growth. (I always remove the Tributaries in Phrygias Capital province for example. Combined with the option in the government tab to gain a wargoal and you might be able to remove all three 1 city minors, which likely will ally eachother, without having to spend political power and it will be free of aggressive expansion if you choose the -0.50 aggressive expansion option after annexing a nation.)  
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If you're able to get the tech and so on, you might be able to create feudatories or Client states near the lategame through diplomacy. However early game, you're able to create only Tribal vassals and Tributaries. These gives limited benefits and in some cases will hinder your growth. (I always remove the Tributaries in Phrygias Capital province for example. Combined with the option in the government tab to gain a wargoal and you might be able to remove all three 1 city minors, which likely will ally eachother, without having to spend political power and it will be free of aggressive expansion if you choose the -0.50 aggressive expansion option after annexing a nation.)  
  
 
Tribal vassals will give you manpower and occasional events where pops will move to and from the vassals to your nation. While this is fairly minor earlygame it is nice in a nation as Phrygia, to replace a pop of different culture/religious with a pop of same culture group and religion. Not to mention that it will turn this tribals into civilized nations and ease the conquest and civilization of these areas in the future.
 
Tribal vassals will give you manpower and occasional events where pops will move to and from the vassals to your nation. While this is fairly minor earlygame it is nice in a nation as Phrygia, to replace a pop of different culture/religious with a pop of same culture group and religion. Not to mention that it will turn this tribals into civilized nations and ease the conquest and civilization of these areas in the future.

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