Err, sorry to make a new thread to ask this, but I failed to find it myself; what affects the acquisition of the trait 'Stunning incompetence'? I get that every now and then, which is fine, but, well, this occasion was rather odd... (playing VH/M)
I've got this chap, ( http://img223.imageshack.us/img223/3...etence2dj6.jpg , http://img223.imageshack.us/img223/6...petencezv8.jpg ), who I got offered as a husband for a daughter in the family, and I accepted it, seeing that he was Sharp/Charismatic/Vigorous, Calm, Man Grown, and the description of 'Puno-Celtiberian' seemed ok to me, and so, I had a new relative. I brought him from Sicily over to Africa to lead a small army against a few rebel armies that had emerged, and decided, because the units were being trained, to take him to Kart-Hadast to be trained at the school there, and under the supervision of Mago, the faction leader and über-management/influence feller.
Now, the problem was, that if I left him for a single turn there, he got both 'Stunningly Incompetent' and 'Unhappy People', even though he wasn't the governor and the loyalty rating was 140+%. So, I loaded, tried again, and it did the same. I tried taking him to Adrumeto, and still got it. Finally, I just gave in, and let him became what, it seems, he was destined to be. I mean, he's just gonna be a general anyway, and not an administrator.
However, I was puzzled, as to why did he get both of those traits, always, after only spending a turn in a city, even if not being a governor, and while being sharp AND charismatic? Does his blood heritage have something to do with it, or is it just my bad luck?
I'd be just curious to know, if anyone could tell me...