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This article is accurate for the latest versions of EU3, Napoleon’s Ambition, In Nomine, Heir to the Throne and Divine Wind.


Event modifiers are triggered by a game happening. .... by events, decisions and missions ...

Contents
1 Country modifiers
2 Province modifiers
3 Heir to the Throne

Country modifiers

Contents
A
Aventuring merchants
Alleviate population
A truly great Captain!
A woman scorned
B
Battle preparations
Blockade standards slipping
Booming economy
Brilliant army organiser
Brilliant high judge
Brilliant naval organiser
Bureaucratic expansion
Bureaucratic reduction
C
Cabinet dynamism
Colonial governor
Competent alderman
Competent quartermaster
Competent Rear Admiral
Concerned shipwrights
Conscription resisted
Corrupt bureaucracy
Corrupt viceroys
D
Decreased military funding
Decreased morale
Delivered from evil
Den Danske Lov
Deserters
Disarmament
Disorder
Domestic improvements
E
East India Trading Company
Emergency plan
Enforce serfdom
Enhanced spies
Even spread of investment
Excellent administration
Expanded bureaucracy
Experienced commander
Experienced navigator
Extraordinary recruitmaster
Extraordinary sheriff
F
Faster ship construction
Fight inflation
Financial arguments
Financial disaster
Formalized scales, weights and measures.
Free shipping through the Sound
Fugger banking
G
Glorious grand Admiral
Gold Fleet
Good supplies
Government boost
Government corruption
Government investment
Grander army
Great banker
Great defensive thinking
Great diplomatic reputation
Green Standard Army
H
Habsburg dominance
Hakkapeliitta
Hofkriegsrat
I
Improved blockade tactics
Increased merchant efficiency
Indelningsverket
Inspirational leader
Isolate rebels
J
K
L
Land boost
Land investment
Legatus Natus
Less grand army
Liberté, égalité, fraternité
Local trade focus
Long term boost
M
Masterful colonel
Merchants doing poorly
Military complacency
Military cutbacks
Military focus
Military improvements
Military funding
Mint money
Missionary zeal
Morale boost
More tariffs
Most splendid Lord proprietor
N
National security
Naval boost
Naval developments
Naval hubris
Naval investment
Naval technical developments
O
Obsolete forces
Oppose our monarch
Out of date commerce practices
Overseas trade focus
P
Polish grain trade
Poor copper
Poor iron
Poor uniforms
Primas Germaniae
Production boost
Production improvements
Production stifled
Q
R
Rebel negotiation
Rebel negotiation
Recruitment of merchants
Recruits flock to the standards
Reduced stability cost
Religious intolerance
Religious tolerance
Religious turmoil
Resist western influences
Restrict serfdom
Revolution suffers
Ruler considered illegitimate
S
Salty privateer
Salt crisis
Scientific evolution
Settlement policy
Short term boost
Slower ship construction
Sought after bachelor
Spanish Inquisition
Spy defections
Spymaster
Starvation
Strengthened legitimacy
Successful bureaucracy
Support our monarch
Support troops
Suppress free thinkers
Swedish Steel
T
Tax exempt in the Bosphorous
Thalassocracy
Theologian
The Abolition of Slavery Act
The Absolutism
The Diwani script
The Highlanders
The Kingdom of God
The master of the mint
The Societas Jesu
The Theme System
Trade and production cutbacks
Trade boost
Trade focus
Trade policy failing
Trade policy working
Trading investment
Troublesome parliament
U
V
Vornedskap
W
Western influences
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Z

Religious turmoil

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Too much religious differences in our country causes alot of intolerance and bigotry.

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Religious intolerance

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Religious struggles, some more violent than others, were very common during this time and revolts would spring up on a regular basis.

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Religious tolerance

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In a time plagued by religious struggles, efforts to mediate between these different religious groups became but harder.

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Decreased morale

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The mental strain of war, financial neglect and political instability had eventually forced the government to revise its war expenditures.

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Domestic improvements

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The mental strain of war, financial neglect and political instability had eventually forced the government to focus on its domestic problems.

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Enforce serfdom

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The increased efforts to control the legal and economic status of the peasants are draining the strength of the common people and unrest is brewing among the lower classes of society.

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Restrict serfdom

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Plans to improve the conditions for the serfs and eventually also abolish serfdom are under consideration.

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Disarmament

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The mental strain of war, financial neglect and political instability had eventually forced the government to revise its war expenditures.

Effects:
  • Morale of armies: +0.1
  • National tax modifier: −15%
  • National manpower modifier: −25%
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Support our monarch

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Despite the number of assassination attempts and revolutionary tendencies infecting our nation, our Monarch has recently received a surprising amount of support.

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  • Civil war! (3091) - Option: “Support $MONARCH$” for 300 days.
  • Deplorable reign (3016) - Option: “Support $MONARCH$” for 720 days.
  • Conspiracies (3006) - Option: “Leave the nation’s fate in his hands” for 720 days.

Oppose our monarch

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Our Monarch’s indecisiveness and poor administration has lead the people to question his right to rule and the number of conspiracies to increase.

Effects:
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  • Civil war! (3091) - Option: “Support the opposition” for 300 days.
  • Deplorable reign (3016) - Option: “Oppose $MONARCH$” for 720 days.
  • Conspiracies (3006) - Option: “Oppose $MONARCH$” for 720 days.

Alleviate population

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Widespread crop failure has left our people with very little, or nothing to eat, but measurements have been taken to alleviate their suffering.

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Starvation

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Widespread crop failure has left our people with very little, or nothing to eat, but we don’t have any resources to help them.

Effects:
  • National tax modifier: −8%
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Suppress free thinkers

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To avoid further instability, we must silence the discussions our philosophers are having about social reform.

Effects:
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  • Social reform (3014) - Option: “Suppress the free thinkers” for 720 days.

Bureaucratic expansion

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Despite accusations of corruption within our government, plans are being made to further expand the bureaucracy.

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Bureaucratic reduction

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Attempts to reduce our bloated and corrupt government have been put in place.

Effects:
  • National tax modifier: −15%
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Fight inflation

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To come to terms with our mismanaged economy and avoid an economic crisis all resources have been focused on strengthening our currency.

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Mint money

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The war, extensive crop-failures and our mismanaged economy have paved the way for a bankruptcy. Our currency is rapidly losing its value and the monetary purchasing power is becoming increasingly limited.

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Financial disaster

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Even though our financial planning is in desperate need of revision, we have decided to not cut back on war expenditures.

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Support troops

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Military research and the introduction of gunpowder have more or less made our former armed forces obsolete. We have decided to provide them some financial aid since they may still be of some use to us.

Effects:
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  • Obsolete forces (3024) - Option: “They may still be of some use” for 720 days.

Obsolete forces

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Military research and the introduction of gunpowder have more or less made our former armed forces obsolete. We have decided that a reform is in order.

Effects:
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  • Obsolete forces (3024) - Option: “They have no place in our society” for 720 days.

Isolate rebels

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The Peasants’ War started out as several smaller uprisings but soon began to spread over the provincial borders. Our only hope is to isolate and crush them.

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Rebel negotiation

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The Peasants’ War started out as several smaller uprisings but soon began to spread over the provincial borders. We are currently attempting to negotiate with them so that order can be restored.

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Comment: This event modifier should better called: “Peasant negotiation”.

Rebel negotiation

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The growing cultural conflict in our nation has reached its boiling point. We have decided to begin diplomatic negotiations to solve this once and for all.

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Western influences

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With the help of foreign advisors, we have managed to start an extensive cultural and military reform to better match the advancement of the West.

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Resist western influences

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Foreign advisors have proposed cultural and military reforms to westernise our country, but we don’t see any gain from it.

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Military funding

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The last year’s politics haven’t had the desired effects and, instead of restoring order and bringing the nation together, the government’s actions has further agitated the population, this leaves us no other choice than to use military force.

Effects:
  • National manpower modifier: +15%
  • National tax modifier: −5%
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Disorder

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The government’s inability to cope with the national crisis has allowed new insurrections to spring up and destabilise our nation.

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Scientific evolution

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The reputation of our Scientific advisor has reached far beyond our borders, our government is truly excelling in the scientific area.

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Land investment

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The reputation of our Military advisor has reached far beyond our borders. Our army is truly excelling in the military area.

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Naval investment

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The reputation of our Naval advisor has reached far beyond our borders. Our nation is truly excelling in the military area.

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Trading investment

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The reputation of our Treasurer has reached far beyond our borders. Our nation is truly excelling in the area of trade.

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Government investment

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The reputation of our Statesman has reached far beyond our borders. Our government is really lucky to have him.

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Reduced stability cost

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The reputation of one of our Artists has reached far beyond our borders. Our nation is truly excelling in the artistic area.

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Morale boost

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The civil war that has engulfed our nation is draining the morale of our troops. Economic measures have been taken to stop this.

Effects:
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  • Army deserters (3095) – Option: “Try to strengthen their morale” for 300 days.

Deserters

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The civil war that has engulfed our nation is draining the morale of our troops, but we don’t have any economic resources to stop this.

Effects:
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  • Army deserters (3095) – Option: “We have no resources for that” for 300 days.

Battle preparations

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Preparations are being made for a final battle to end the civil war that has ravaged our country for too long.

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Theologian

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The reputation of our Theologian has reached far beyond our borders. Our government is really lucky to have him.

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Colonial governor

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The reputation of our Colonial Governor has reached far beyond our borders. Our government is really lucky to have him.

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Spymaster

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The reputation of our Spymaster has reached far beyond our borders. Our government is really lucky to have him.

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Faster ship construction

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Our decision to embrace the idea of grand navy has given impetus to our ship building industries.

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Slower ship construction

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Despite our decision to embrace the idea of grand navy our ship building industry seems to be suffering.

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Naval developments

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Due to our superior seamanship we are developing yet newer and better ways to improve our navy.

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Naval hubris

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With our superior seamanship giving us a navy that can rule the waves, a hint of hubris is setting in. Don't worry though, it will never catch up with us.

Effects:
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  • Naval hubris (6105) – Option: “Our Navy is the best” for 7 years.

Improved blockade tactics

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Our use of naval fighting instruction has allowed us to develop even better blockade tactics, at least till our enemies learn to counter them.

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Blockade standards slipping

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Our use of naval fighting instruction has improved the overall blockade ability of our forces, but it seems that a little compliancy is setting in.

Effects:
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  • Slipping standards (6107) – Option: “Well we can’t expect them to operate at peak efficiency all the time” for 120 days.

Naval technical developments

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Our excellent shipwrights are developing yet newer and better ships for our fleet.

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Concerned shipwrights

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There are problems with our dockyards causing our otherwise excellent shipwrights not to function as well as they would normally.

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  • Concerned shipwrights (6109) – Option: “Why should I care about people who are so poor they have to work?” for 7 years.

Recruits flock to the standards

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Our policy of national conscripts is causing recruits to flock to the standards.

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Conscription resisted

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Usually our policy of national conscript yields yet more men for the army. However at the moment conscription is being resisted.

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Grander army

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Our grand Army seems even grander that usual. The other countries cast their eyes enviously at our amry [sic].

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Less grand army

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Our Grand army usually causes envy in neighbouring nations, but at the moment no one seems to care.

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Military improvements

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Our excellent military drill has lead to improvements in our military thought.

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Military complacency

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Our military drill has given us a superb army that everyone fears. This has lead our senior officers to believe that our army just cannot be improved.

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Aventuring merchants

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Our merchant adventurers are adventuring more than usual, meaning our trade is yielding yet more profits than before.

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Merchants doing poorly

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Usually our merchant adventurers go out and bring back riches from around the globe, at the moment they aren't doing as well as they should.

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Out of date commerce practices

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Our shrewd commercial practices gave our merchants a real advantage, however at the moment they are not performing as well they should be.

Effects:
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  • Trade complacency (6141) – Option: “I can see our merchants not competing as well” for 120 days.

Excellent administration

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Our viceroys are doing an outstanding job, improving our income from our overseas provinces.

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Corrupt viceroys

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Unfortunatly some of our recently appointed viceroys believe that when they have an office for profit under the crown, the profit bit is the most important.

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Production improvements

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With our decision to embrace the idea of smithian economics, our people are continuing to experiment into new and better ways of production.

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Production stifled

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Our decision to embrace Smithian economics has lead to production improvement, however we have suffered a wave of conservatism which is holding back improvements.

Effects:
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  • Production stifled (6147) – Option: “I think this will hurt production” for 120 days.

Successful bureaucracy

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Our bureaucrats are doing better than usual, leading to improved tax revenues.

Effects:
  • National tax modifier: +2.5%
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Corrupt bureaucracy

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Currently some of senior bureaucrats are too busy lining their own pockets to focus on their tasks.

Effects:
  • National tax modifier: −2.5%
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Trade policy working

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Our national trade policy is currently more successful than usual.

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Trade policy failing

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Our national trade policy at the moment is not doing very well.

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Enhanced spies

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Our Espionage system is functioning better than usual, meaning that our spies are even more effective.

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Spy defections

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Our Espionage system is currently experiencing difficulties as some of spies are defecting to work for other nations.

Effects:
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  • Spy defections (6153) – Option: “Let the disloyal elements go” for 120 days.

Cabinet dynamism

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With just the right members complimenting each other our cabinet is proving move effective than usual.

Effects:
  • National tax modifier: +2.5%
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Government corruption

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Our cabinet government is filled with men who are even more corrupt than usual, because of this our government is less effective.

Effects:
  • National tax modifier: –2.5%
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Missionary zeal

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With our nation based around the principle of divine supremacy, our missionaries are feeling more zealous than usual.

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Land boost

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Our sceintific revolution is yielding extra benefits as our army research goes even faster.

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Naval boost

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Our navy is especially feeling the benefits of our scientific revolution at the moment.

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Production boost

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As our scientific revolution advances, farming, mining are feeling the benefits.

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Government boost

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Our scientific revolution is currently especially benefiting our thoughts on government.

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Trade boost

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Our scientific revolution unleashed a wave of curiosity, people are especially keen on investigating new means of trade.

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Revolution suffers

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A wave of conservatism has slowed down the scientific revolution.

Effects:
  • Land technology cost modifier: +2.5%
  • Naval technology cost modifier: +2.5%
  • Production technology cost modifier: +2.5%
  • Government technology cost modifier: +2.5%
  • Trade technology cost modifier: +2.5%
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Poor uniforms

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Some of our cloth suppliers have supplied substandard uniforms to the army. This has lowered morale.

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Salt crisis

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Rumours of a crisis in our salt production have worried the population.

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Good supplies

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Our naval supplies have been of unexpectedly high quality, allowing us to produce cheaper ships.

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Poor copper

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Our Copper mines are not producing as high quality copper as usual, artillery production is suffering due to this.

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Poor iron

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Our iron mines are producing lower quality iron than usual. The raising of army units is getting more expensive because of this.

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The Abolition of Slavery Act

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Slave trade and slavery is henceforth prohibited throughout our nation.

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Habsburg dominance

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The Hapsburg dynasty has finally established itself as he most prestigious dynasty in Europe. When our diplomats come calling, people listen.

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Fugger banking

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In return for certain feudal concessions the Fugger family have gives us their services. It allows us to raise monies much quicker and cheaper than our opponents can.

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Hofkriegsrat

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Hofkriegsrat was established in 1556 by Ferdinand I, responsible for recruitment and supply of munitions and food to the troops and for the maintenance of strongholds.

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Spanish Inquisition

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No one expected this

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Gold Fleet

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Although most famous for their shipping of gold and silver from the new world, the treasure fleet was in fact a system of convoys that shipped a myriad of goods from the new world.

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The Societas Jesu

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The Jesuits are the shock troops of the Catholic revival. Specially trained in techniques to convert people to Catholicism they make a potent force in convincing the heathen and heretic to sea the light.

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Indelningsverket

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The Swedish allotment system was the division of the peasantry into groups of 10 for recruitment purposes. This system made it easier to find people to serve in the army and organise them into units.

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Comment: “National manpower modifier: +10%” was “Manpower increase: +100” before patch 5.2.

The Absolutism

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Absolutism is the theory that one man should be in charge, that man is the King and the nobles are beginning to understand this better.

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Hakkapeliitta

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A horribile Haccapaelitorum agmine libera nos, Domine'

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Swedish Steel

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Bet Kind, bet Kind, morgen kommt der Schwede'

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Recruitment of merchants

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All our efforts are currently focused on the recruitment of more merchants

Effects:
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  • Trade focus (9550) - Option: “We need more merchants” for 2 years.

Increased merchant efficiency

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All our efforts are currently focused on increasing our merchant's efficiency

Effects:
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  • Trade focus (9550) - Option: “It's efficiency we lack” for 2 years.

Local trade focus

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We have decided to put all focus on the development of our local trade

Effects:
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  • Trade expansion (9551) - Option: “Local trade is where our focus should be” for 2 years.

Overseas trade focus

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We have decided to put all focus on developing trade overseas

Effects:
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  • Trade expansion (9551) - Option: “Perhaps it's time to broaden our horizons” for 2 years.

Military focus

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Most research is currently directed towards improving our military, unfortunately trade research is suffering as a consequence.

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Trade focus

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Most research is currently directed towards improving our trade, unfortunately military research is suffering as a consequence.

Effects:
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  • Misdirected focus (9554) - Option: “Perhaps our focus has been a bit misdirected” for 2 years.

Trade and production cutbacks

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We've had to cut back on trade and prodution costs to support our military

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  • Military spending (9564) - Option: “Well, trade and production aren't as important” for 2 years.

Military cutbacks

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We've had to cut back on military costs to support production and trade

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Short term boost

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Taxes have been raised considerably to improve the state of our treasury

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  • Economic decisions (9568) - Option: “A short-term solution is probably the best option” for 1 year.

Long term boost

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Taxes have been raised slightly to improve the state of our treasury

Effects:
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  • Economic decisions (9568) - Option: “Consider the long-term consequences” for 2 years.

Decreased military funding

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We are currently cutting back on military expenses.

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Even spread of investment

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Despite disagreement in the parliament it has been decided that all areas of technology will receive some extra funding.

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  • Areas of research (9572) - Option: “An even spread should do the trick” for 2 years.

Financial arguments

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Our parliament are having some difficulties deciding whether to accept or reject the financial reform that was proposed some time ago

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Emergency plan

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Some measures have been taken to prevent a counter revolution

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Troublesome parliament

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Our parliament seems to have some difficulties understanding who's in charge of our government.

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East India Trading Company

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The granting of a monopoly on trade with the East Indies has allowed our merchants to negotiate with a single voice, improving our trading deals. It also ensures we know exactly who is bring goods back, meaning we can get our tax better.

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The Theme System

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A civil and military administrative system that offered land in return for an agreement for military service. It means we do not have to resort to conscription, making recruitment easier.

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Vornedskap

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The Danes introduced ‘Vornedskap’or Serfdom as its known in english relatively late compared to the rest of Europe. However, it was rather effective and important for shaping the Danish state.

Effects:
  • National tax modifier: +10%
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Den Danske Lov

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The Danske Lov was introduced to have a codified set of laws common for the entire realm. This made sure that the law was the same in all parts of Denmark.

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More tariffs

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People are finding it much more difficult to smuggle goods in without paying us our fair due.

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Extraordinary sheriff

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The administration in our shires is running extraordinarily well

Effects:
  • National tax modifier: +5%
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Brilliant high judge

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Justice is done

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Competent alderman

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Thanks to our Alderman, we are managing to get our revenue in.

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Masterful colonel

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Our excellent colonel ensures that we get the best deal on mercenary recruitment.

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The master of the mint

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Thanks to our mint master, our people have unusually high confidence in the value of our money.

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Great banker

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Our great banker uses his skill to find those who will lend to us for the least.

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Most splendid Lord proprietor

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The tales of the wealth our colonial charter companies are earning has spread far and wide, yet more hardy souls seek their fortune in the new world.

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Glorious grand Admiral

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Our great grand admiral ensures that every man will do his duty.

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Brilliant naval organiser

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Our fleet is enjoying a period of unprecedented organisation.

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Experienced navigator

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Our sailors sail further than usual, the courage fortified by our talented navigator.

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Competent Rear Admiral

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Our Rear Admiral is showing his superior skills in identifying talented young officers.

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Salty privateer

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Our privateers are leading their salty sea dogs with unusual vigor at the moment.

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Experienced commander

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Our military is performing so well that the finest men are joining our ranks as officers, giving us unravelled leadership ability.

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A truly great Captain!

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O Captain! my Captain! rise up and hear the bells
Rise up - for you the flag is flung - for you the bugle trills.

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Brilliant army organiser

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The military machine ahs never been this streamlined, the legacy of a brilliant man at the top.

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Inspirational leader

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Our armies are enjoying the fruits of our relentless focus on drill.

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Competent quartermaster

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The superior organisation talents of our quartermaster have our armies supply service functioning at peak efficiency.

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Extraordinary recruitmaster

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Our recruit master has got the recruitment system running along quite nicely

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Great defensive thinking

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Our great military minds have been thinking about how to defend fortresses.

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National security

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However I am afraid I cannot reveal any more details.

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Great diplomatic reputation

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The reputation of our diplomacy stretches far and wide, everyone wants to listen to us.

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Strengthened legitimacy

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The reputation of our dynasty increases due to the hard work of our Grand Marshal.

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The Kingdom of God

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The Pope has declared the united Italy the Kingdom of God on Earth.

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Settlement policy

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The State supports a settlement policy vis-à-vis this province. Colonists of our own kind pour into the province, gradually changing the cultural and political landscape of it. Given time, this policy might make this province identify culturally with us, but the policy is anything but popular.

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Expanded bureaucracy

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They say that laws breed more laws, and nowhere is this more true than in the hallowed halls of public administration. Our magistrates have expanded the bureaucracy in the capital, and we now get more of them. While this helps the administration expand, it is not without its drawbacks. Once entrenched, an administrative class will never move to abolish itself.

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Formalized scales, weights and measures.

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Our nation has formalized its system of weights, scales and measures. Four to eight bovates to the hide, and five hides to the fee makes a wapentake at a hundred. We're not quite sure. While this is no metric system, it does go a long way to help that we are at least decided on using the same basic units everywhere in the country..

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Tax exempt in the Bosphorous

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Genoese shipping passes through the Bosphorous without being taxed, harassed, stamped, tolled or tariffed.

Effects:
  • National trade income modifier: +15%
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Free shipping through the Sound

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Our ships no longer pay The Sound Toll, and our trade is better for it.

Effects:
  • Direct tax percentage: +15%
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Ruler considered illegitimate

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Broad stratas of our population consider the present ruler illegitimate.

Effects:
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  • Palace coup (9452) – Option: “I feel so old...” for 5 years.

Thalassocracy

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Thalassocracy, Rule by The Sea. Ours is a people whose lives are lived out with, by and for the sea. Our empire stretches far beyond our homeland and into far flung colonies in our extended Outremer, our Lands Beyond The Sea. From coast to coasts beyond, our flags wave from ships upon the briny foam. The sea is cold, yet we have made it our home. Let no one challenge us in our proper element.

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Booming economy

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Our cup runneth over! The economy is booming!

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Delivered from evil

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The country has been delivered from a great evil.;Le pays est délivré d’un grand malheur.

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Sought after bachelor

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The courts of the world consider our monarch an attractive party for marriage.

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A woman scorned

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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. The Queen is none too happy about you, and, in an odd coincidence, some quite strange and nasty rumors about you have begun to circulate in foreign courts.

Effects:
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  • Seeing The Real You (9490) - Option: “The economy is doing laughably good! Haha!” for 5 years.

The Diwani script

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All our edicts and decrees are issued in the style of elaborate calligraphy, and people respect us for it

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Liberté, égalité, fraternité

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Like a mighty torch, bringing the light of reason into even the darkest corners of the old and new worlds, the Enlightenment is sweeping across the world. With science, reason, and an unfaltering belief in mankind’s potential as its weapon, it promises to wither the old crowns and crosses, and set man free. Being the enlightened ruler that he is, $MONARCH$, of course, supports this.

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Polish grain trade

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Polish grain flows through our port in Lübeck.

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Green Standard Army

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We have established the Green Standard Army.

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Primas Germaniae

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We hold the prestigious title of Primas Germaniae, the most important Catholic Archbishop in the HRE.

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until

Legatus Natus

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We hold the prestigious title of Legatus Natus - the Pope's representative north of the Alps.

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until

The Highlanders

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The Highlanders have come down to fight the English.

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  • None
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Province modifiers

Contents
A
Allow nomad raids
B
Baltic Sea trade exclusive access
Black Sea trade exclusive access
C
Constructing the Forbidden City
D
E
Epidemic
Excellent vintage
F
Forced conversion
G
H
Harvest fails
Heresy
I
Improved fortifications
J
K
L
Local fortifications
M
Medical evolution
Minority prospers
N
O
P
Plague
Q
R
Religious migration
Reparations of the Great Wall
S
Storms
Support nomad raids
Suppress minority
Suppress nomad raids
T
Tax reduction
Tax revolt
U
Unlawful territory
V
W
X
Y
Z

Forced conversion

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Religious fanatics have forcibly converted this province to their faith, those who would not submit killed or driven from their homes.

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  • Successful siege of $RELIGION$ Zealots for 2 years.

Suppress minority

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The growing cultural conflict in our nation has reached its boiling point. We have decided to suppress the rebels once and for all.

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Heresy

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Heresy has spread like a cancer throughout the province.;L’hérésie s’est propagée comme la peste dans la province.

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Tax revolt

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Peasant insurgents have seized the province, stubbornly refusing to pay taxes.

Effects:
  • Local tax modifier: –50%
Triggered by:
  • Successful siege of $COUNTRY$ Peasants for 1 year.

Tax reduction

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High taxes, combined with cultural and religious differences, often caused unhappiness among the citizens. In the most extreme cases this led to rebellions that sometimes had long-lasting and drastic effects

Effects:
  • Local tax modifier: –10%
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Plague

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Epidemics in the early-modern era were far deadlier than wars or even famine. Diseases, like smallpox or flu, that with modern medicine are relatively harmless took a heavy toll whenever they struck, especially among infants.

Effects:
  • Population growth: −20%
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  • Plague! (5026) – Option: “There is nothing we can do” for 600 days.

Medical evolution

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In the 16th century, States began to expand the number of doctors and to regulate and supervise their training at universities.

Effects:
  • Population growth: +10%
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Minority prospers

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Our decision to grant the bill of rights has allowed our minority groups to prosper in our nation.

Effects:
  • Local tax modifier: +10%
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Excellent vintage

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A local vineyard has produced a wine of extraordinary quality, our people are pleased.

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Epidemic

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An epidemic has swept though our local population, reducing the number available for export.

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Storms

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Storms have struck our china ships, sinking some. This will reduce the amount available for a while.

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Harvest fails

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The harvest has failed in this area, reducing spice production.

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Reparations of the Great Wall

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Parts of the Great wall have undergone some extensive repairs to protect our northern borders.

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Religious migration

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A religious minority have fled from our homeland to create a colony in the new world. They are devout to their own religion and would not listen to any missionaries.

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Improved fortifications

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The local fortifications here have been severely improved, and provide great defense against any siege.

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Local fortifications

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Most of the province has been filled with minor local defensive fortifications to strengthen it against any invader.

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Integrating new core

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Integrating new core

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Support nomad raids

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We support the local nomads in their raids on neighboring foreign provinces.

Effects:
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  • Nomad raids (10700) - Option: “Support these raids” for 2 years.

Allow nomad raids

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We allow the local nomads to raid their neighboring foreign provinces.

Effects:
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  • Nomad raids (10700) - Option: “Allow these raids” for 2 years.

Suppress nomad raids

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We don’t allow the local nomads to raid their neighboring foreign provinces.

Effects:
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  • Nomad raids (10700) - Option: “Suppress these raids” for 2 years.

Constructing the Forbidden City

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The construction is estimated to take 5 years and employs a large amount of laborers.

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Unlawful territory

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By the constitution of the Holy Roman Empire, this province is considered unlawfully held.

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Baltic Sea trade exclusive access

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no official modifier description available

Effects:
  • Local trade income modifier: +18%
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Black Sea trade exclusive access

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no official modifier description available

Effects:
  • Local trade income modifier: +25%
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Heir to the Throne

Contents
A
Archdiocese
B
C
Canal project
D
E
Embassy
Expanded bureaucracy
F
Formalized scales, weights and measures.
G
Glorious monument
Grain depot
H
I
J
K
L
Land Reform
M
N
O
P
Population census conducted
Post office
Q
R
Recruiting centre
Road network
S
T
The Diwani script
Trade policy working
U
V
W
X
Y
Z

Trade policy working

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Our national trade policy is currently more successful than usual.

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Recruiting centre

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By establishing official recruiting centres we have increased the efficiency of the recruitment process.

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Comment: This event modifier is only available in Heir to the Throne HTTT.png.

Embassy

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Our diplomatic relations have improved with the establishment of the new embassy.

Effects:
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  • Embassy decision once for 10 years.
Comment: This event modifier is only available in IN.gif and HTTT.png.

Land Reform

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We have reappropriated the land in this area, and the administration has improved as a result.

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Comment: This event modifier is only available in Heir to the Throne HTTT.png.

Glorious monument

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Like the Parthenon of Athens, or the Pyramids of Egypt, this lasting monument to our nation's undying glory will stand the test of time, and voice an eternal reminder of our presence in the world.

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Comment: This event modifier is only available in Heir to the Throne HTTT.png.

Population census conducted

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We have conducted a population census in this province.

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Comment: This event modifier is only available in Heir to the Throne HTTT.png.

Expanded bureaucracy

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They say that laws breed more laws, and nowhere is this more true than in the hallowed halls of public administration. Our magistrates have expanded the bureaucracy in the capital, and we now get more of them. While this helps the administration expand, it is not without its drawbacks. Once entrenched, an administrative class will never move to abolish itself.

Effects:
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Formalized scales, weights and measures.

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Our nation has formalized its system of weights, scales and measures. Four to eight bovates to the hide, and five hides to the fee makes a wapentake at a hundred. We're not quite sure. While this is no metric system, it does go a long way to help that we are at least decided on using the same basic units everywhere in the country..

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Canal project

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We've built a canal in this province, and trade flourishes along it.

Effects:
  • Local trade income modifier: +20%
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Post office

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By setting up a post office in this province we can improve not only local trade, but also, more importantly, internal government communication. When you need that critical marching order communicated overnight, or when a package simply has to be someplace in a month or two, The $PROVINCENAME$ Post Office can help you out.

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Comment: This event modifier is only available in Heir to the Throne HTTT.png.

Archdiocese

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While the term itself is Christian, this decision represents a general, localized center of religious authority. With the establishment of an Arch Diocese in this province, we've reduced local revolt risk, and improved our own government administration.

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Comment: This event modifier is only available in Heir to the Throne HTTT.png. The ingame name is ‘Arch Diocese’.

Road network

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All across $PROVINCENAME$ roads run and trails blaze. We have extended the Road Network here, and, as a result, our local operations run, smoother than ever before, as if on rails. Or on roads. As the case may be.

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Comment: This event modifier is only available in Heir to the Throne HTTT.png.

Grain depot

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The grain depot in $PROVINCENAME$ provides food for our armies.

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Comment: This event modifier is only available in Heir to the Throne HTTT.png.

The Diwani script

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All our edicts and decrees are issued in the style of elaborate calligraphy, and people respect us for it

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