Domestic Policy: Slavery
A population's views on the subject of slavery can have far reaching implications into the daily lives of its subjects. With slaves available to perform the more demanding tasks the subjects are often weaker tan a culture that focuses upon self-reliance. A steady supply of slaves ensures that expendable labor is available for any project, yet this also effects the value one will pay for such slaves. - Kingdom Policies Report
|Price of slaves||+60%||+30%||N/A||-15%||-30%|
|Chance of ransom brokers appearing||5%||10%||20%||45%||100%|
|Fief basic income||-12%||-6%||N/A||+8%||+16%|
|Enterprise labor costs||N/A||N/A||N/A||-20%||-50%|
|Improvement building time||N/A||N/A||N/A||-10%||-20%|
|Available peasant recruits in villages||N/A||N/A||N/A||+15%||+30%|
|Proficiency of village recruits||2||1||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Proficiency of castle recruits||1||N/A||N/A||N/A||-1|
|Base party morale||-8||-4||N/A||+7||+15|
Altering Your Kingdom's Policy
While you are part of a faction you may view their policies, but you may not change them. In order to change the policies of a faction you need to be the ruler.
|First you'll need to access the Reports menu.|
|Pick the Kingdom Reports option.|
|Pick the View kingdom management report option.|
|Adjust the Slavery Policy slider from left (banned) to right (accepted) as desired.|
|Click the Enact Policy Changes button at the bottom right.|
- You cannot change the policies of a faction that you are not the ruler of.
- Views of the nobility:
- Martial, self-righteous, debauched, roguish and custodian vassals tend to approve of the use of slaves.
- Quarrelsome vassals will disapprove of a strong stance in either direction.
- Good natured, upstanding and benefactor vassals will disapprove of the use of slaves.