I will never cease marveling at her brillianceJenna explained it to me like this:
Claiming that something is part of your Estate is a land grab. The arguments you use to support that claim are the armies you have occupying the land. If your arguments are flimsy, you're overextended and vulnerable.
What do you mean exactly? Do broader estates require the Noble to do more to maintain them?As said earlier, the broader the estate the more fronts you will have open. Broad estates are signals that all your time will be spent on the estate. Make sure the player agrees with that!