Crusader Kings II is a grand strategy game that lets you play as a medieval ruler and shape the history of Europe and the world. One of the aspects of the game is managing your realm's laws, which affect various aspects of your realm, such as succession, taxation, vassal obligations, and more.
However, changing laws is not always easy. You need to meet certain requirements, such as having enough prestige, having a certain culture or religion, having a certain crown authority level, or having the support of your council. You also have to wait for a cooldown period before you can change another law.
But what if you want to change laws freely, without any restrictions or limitations Well, there is a way to do that, but it involves using console commands, which are cheat codes that let you manipulate the game in various ways. Console commands are not meant for regular gameplay and may cause bugs or glitches, so use them at your own risk.
To use console commands, you need to open the console by pressing the ` key (the key above Tab) on your keyboard. If that doesn't work, try pressing Â or Alt + 2 + 1. The console will appear as a small window at the bottom of your screen. You can then type in commands and press Enter to execute them.
The command you need to use to change laws freely is allow_laws. This command toggles the ability for you to change any law in your realm, regardless of the requirements or cooldowns. To use it, simply type allow_laws in the console and press Enter. You will see a message saying \"Allow Laws: ON\" or \"Allow Laws: OFF\" depending on whether you turned it on or off.
When Allow Laws is on, you can go to the Laws tab in your realm view and change any law you want. You will see that all the laws are highlighted in green and have no requirements or cooldowns. You can change as many laws as you want, as often as you want. However, be careful not to change too many laws at once, as this may upset your vassals and cause rebellions.
To turn off Allow Laws, simply type allow_laws again in the console and press Enter. You will see a message saying \"Allow Laws: OFF\". You will then have to follow the normal rules for changing laws again.
If you want to change a specific law without using Allow Laws, you can also use another console command: succession <title> <law>. This command changes the succession law of a title to a specified law. For example, if you want to change the succession law of the Kingdom of England to Primogeniture, you can type succession e_england primogeniture in the console and press Enter. You can find the title IDs and succession law names by using the charinfo command and hovering over titles and laws.
Note that this command only changes the succession law of a title, not other types of laws. It also counts as changing the succession law normally, so you will have to wait for the cooldown before changing another succession law.
If you want to learn more about console commands and how to use them in Crusader Kings II, you can check out this wiki page[^1^] or this website[^2^]. Remember that console commands are cheats and may affect your game experience or achievements, so use them wisely and have fun! a474f39169