How do you get the casus belli subjugation?
Offer to vassalise them (even if there's a Red Cross next to it). Once they decline, you will have the subjugate CB for a short while. via
How do you demand subjugation Stellaris?
To declare subjugation war you have to demand vassalization or tribute first. You can only demand it while at peace and target empire is at peace. Latter requirement doesn't make any sense, because long war is a perfect timing for demands. Even worse, AI waging never-ending wars makes them demand-proof. via
How do you use casus belli Stellaris? (video)
Why can I not demand Vassalization?
You absolutely can demand vassalization when the target is Hostile, they will just choose to refuse the demand. Being able to make the demand and having the demand be accepted by the target empire are two different things. via
How long does subjugation CB last?
Looking at the seemingly out-of-date Wiki, it indicates that a Subjugation CB only lasts 10 years. via
What does casus belli mean in Stellaris?
In order for an empire to start a war, it needs a casus belli – a reason to declare war. Each casus belli grants access to at least one type of wargoal, which represents the purpose of the war. Once a war is declared, the attacked empire has a year to choose its wargoals. Casus belli and wargoals. Requirements. via
How do you force ideology Stellaris?
Start a game as a pacifist, then choose a neighbor that doesn't want to be part of your federation (what a jerk), and force your ideology to him. After you defeat him, he will accept to join your new federation. In only one war his entire territory will be helping your federation. via
How do you demand Vassalize?
In the “Empires” tab, select the empire, click “Communicate,” and then see what the “Demand Vassalization” button looks like. If it has a green tick, it means you can demand vassalization right now. via
How can I increase my Starbase capacity?
How do I claim casus belli?
One of the easiest ways to get a Casus Belli is by fabricating a claim on a territory. It will cost you a bit of gold (and will piss off the actual ruler of the territory), but it will allow you to go to war and, hopefully, add a new territory to your realm. via
What does claiming a system do in Stellaris?
Claims are a way to set which star systems you can annex in wars and must be made for systems that another empire already controls with a starbase/outpost. Typically, you will gain control of all claimed systems you control at the end of the war. via
How do you take over a system in Stellaris?
Switch to the system that you want to colonize. Select the planet to colonize and press the RMB. Then, select "Colonize Planet". This will open the panel of the new planet, where you have to put your colony in one of the available sectors. via
Can you Vassalize a fallen empire?
It is impossible to vassalize a Fallen Empire in any way, and if a war breaks out, they are rarely interested in peace offers short of total surrender. Any empire can make claims on a Fallen Empire system regardless of Ethics or their War Philosophy Policy. via
What does Vassalize mean?
: to make a vassal of : bring into a condition of subordination to someone or something vassalize a people. via
What do vassals do in Stellaris?
Vassals are supposed to send their fleet to join yours in war. Timjames said: You can use vassals as buffer states between your own Empire and enemies, so that when the enemy declares war your vassals get ravaged instead of you. via