Crusader Kings 3 Achievements Guide

1 September 2020
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Crusader Kings 3 Achievements Guide

The Crusader Kings 3 achievements guide lists every achievement for this PC, Mac & Linux grand strategy-RPG game and tells you how to get and unlock them all.

In the Crusader Kings 3 achievement guide we’ll show there are 56 Achievements (0 Secret Achievements) to earn in the PC, Mac & Linux versions.

Index of Crusader Kings 3 Guides:

Crusader Kings 3 Achievement Guide

Give a Dog a Bone Achievement Guide:

Step-by-step instructions by Rose to achieve “starting as Matilda of Tuscany, lead your dynasty to rule the Kingdom of Italy, have at least fifty living dynasty members, and found a Holy Order.”

Crusader Kings 3 – Give a Dog a Bone Achievement Guide

Crusader Kings III Achievements List:

  1. A House of my Own: create a cadet branch of your dynasty.
  2. A Legacy to Last the Ages: complete an entire dynasty legacy path.
  3. A Name Known Throughout the World: have your dynasty reach the highest possible level of renown.
  4. A Perfect Circle: have only two distinct parents, grandparents, and great grandparents, counting absent ancestors as individual characters. — Tip: Unlocks upon getting the maximum amount of feasible inbreeding on a single character.
  5. Above God: have a strong hook on your head of faith.
  6. Al-Andalus: starting as an Iberian Muslim, control all of Iberia and take the Avenge the Battle of Tours decision.
  7. Álmost There: as Álmos Árpád, form Hungary & convert to Christianity.
  8. An Unfortunate Accident: inherit a title from someone you murdered.
  9. Bad Blood: go to war with one of your siblings over a claim.
  10. Beacon of Progress: have your culture unlock all innovations, excluding regional and culture-specific innovations.
  11. Blood Eagle: starting as any child of Ragnarr Lothbrok, conquer all of the British Isles.
  12. Carolingian Consolidation: starting as a Karling, be the only independent Karling to hold a landed title.
  13. Celebrity: reach the highest possible level of fame.
  14. Death Did Us Part: murder your spouse.
  15. Dreadful Ruler: have the maximum amount of dread.
  16. End of an Era: play until 1453.
  17. Fine Print: use a hook to modify a feudal contract.
  18. Followed by Shadows: know ten secrets simultaneously.
  19. For the Faith: take part in a successful Great Holy War, on either side
  20. Frankokratia: as a French Catholic, hold and completely control the Kingdom of Thessalonika without holding or being vassalised to the Byzantine Empire.
  21. From Rags to Riches: starting as a count, lead your line to rule an empire.
  22. Give a Dog a Bone: starting as Matilda of Tuscany, lead your dynasty to rule the Kingdom of Italy, have at least fifty living dynasty members, and found a Holy Order.
  23. Going Places: as Haesteinn of Montaigu in 867, hold any kingdom-tier title.
  24. It’s not a Cult: create a faith.
  25. Keeping it in the Family: have a child with the inbred trait.
  26. Kings to the Seventh Generation: starting as Count Eudes of Anjou in 867, lead your dynasty to rule the Kingdom of France.
  27. Know Your Place: defeat a faction in war.
  28. Land of the Rus: starting as Rurik the Troublemaker in 867, lead your dynasty to rule the Empire of Russia.
  29. Last Count, First King: starting as Duke Nuno of Portucale in 1066, form Portugal.
  30. Monumental: fully upgrade a duchy building anywhere in your personal domain.
  31. Mother of Us All: starting as Magajiva Daura, reform an African pagan faith, and convert all counties in Africa to it.
  32. Moving up in the World: increase your rank.
  33. Non Nobis Domine: found a holy order.
  34. Norman Yoke: starting as William the Bastard in 1066, win the Norman Invasion, become English, and have only English Vassals below you in the Kingdom of England.
  35. Not So Feudal System: use the claim throne scheme successfully.
  36. Paragon of Virtue: have three or more virtuous traits.
  37. Prolific: have one hundred living dynasty members.
  38. Reconquista: starting as an Iberian Christian, convert all of Iberia to Christianity.
  39. Rise from the Ashes: restore the Roman Empire.
  40. Royal Dignity: starting as Vratislav Premyslid in 1066, lead your dynasty to rule the Kingdom of Bohemia & the Holy Roman Empire simultaneously.
  41. Saint: reach the highest possible level of devotion.
  42. Seductive: as any one character, successfully seduce ten people.
  43. Seven Holy Cities: as a Hindu ruler, hold all seven Hindu holy sites at the same time.
  44. Sibling Rivalry: starting as any of the Jimena siblings in 1066, become Emperor of Spain.
  45. Stressful Situation: suffer a mental break.
  46. The Emerald Isle: starting as an Irish ruler, hold the Kingdom of Ireland.
  47. The Emperor’s New Clothes: while holding any empire title, be naked.
  48. The Succession is Safe: have ten living children.
  49. The Things Love Does for Us: have a lover save you from a murder attempt.
  50. The Things We Do for Love: murder your lover’s spouse.
  51. Trapped in the Web: have strong hooks on three direct vassals.
  52. Turning to Diamonds: reach the highest possible stress level.
  53. Until Death Do Us Part: marry another character.
  54. Way of Life: obtain every perk in a lifestyle.
  55. What Nepotism?: have your dynasty rule ten independent realms of at least kingdom tier simultaneously.
  56. Wily as the Fox: starting as Robert the Fox in 1066, rule the Kingdom of Sicily, hold either the Kingdom of Epirus, Hellas, or Thessalonika, and have converted all of its original counties to Catholicism.

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Special thanks to Paradox & Rose for the list & tips & guide videos.

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