Financial Ruin I

From Europa Universalis 3 Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search

This article is accurate for the latest versions of EU3, Napoleon’s Ambition, In Nomine and Heir to the Throne 4.1b.
Please help update this page to include information on the DW expansion.

This is a random country event based on poor financial health.

HTTT v.4.1b

ID Prerequisites MTTH Modifiers Notes

3081

  • NOT country flag Bankruptcy
  • Number of loans ≥ 1
  • Inflation ≥ 20%
  • Number of gold provinces ≥ 2
  • War

600 months (Common)

  • -5% if treasury < 250
  • -5% if treasury < 500
  • -5% if number of loans ≥ 1
  • -10% if inflation ≥ 25%
  • -10% if inflation ≥ 30%
  • -10% if inflation ≥ 35%
  • -15% if number of loans ≥ 2
  • -20% if number of gold provinces ≥ 3
  • -20% if number of gold provinces ≥ 4
  • -20% if number of gold provinces ≥ 5
  • -25% if number of loans ≥ 3
  • +10% if treasury ≥ 1000
  • +15% if Treasurer advisor
  • +100% if National Bank

This is the first of two very negative "Financial Ruin" events (the other being Financial Ruin II triggered by the national idea Viceroys). This event is slowed down but not prevented by National Bank.

Financial Ruin

"For many years we have undercut our tax base. We have absolutely no control of the price-fluctuations from the inflow of silver and gold. The minister of finance is struggling to forecast any repayments as all costs are fluctuating wildly. The spending is based on the planned budget, but the inflow is irregular at best, making us spend more than we actually have."
Option A: We are on the verge of bankruptcy
  • -3 Stability
  • Lose 1000 ducats
  • Gain level 2 anti-tax rebels in random owned province
  • +5% Inflation
  • Set country flag Bankruptcy

See also