Local churchmen give practical demonstration of sermon

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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.

This is a random province event for countries with the national ideas: Bill of Rights and Bureaucracy.

DW 5.2

ID Conditions MTTH Modifiers Notes

6415

  • Province must:
- not be a colony
- be a core
- have revolt risk < 1
- have base tax ≥ 11 or be capital
  • Province owner must:
- have government tech ≥ 31
- not have a tax assessor
- have a stability of 3
- have Bill of Rights
- have Bureaucracy

5000 months (416.7 years)

  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization ≥ 2
  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization ≥ 3
  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization ≥ 4
  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization = 5

  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 2
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 4
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 6
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 8
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 10

This is one of 9 events which add free buildings to provinces.


Related events:

Temple Built (temple)
Workshop built (workshop)
Poor People Helped (regimental camp)
Shipyard Built (shipyard)
Constable built (constable)
Market Place Appears (marketplace)
Court System improved (courthouse)
Local Churchmen give practical demonstration of sermon (tax assessor)
Smuggling problem? (customs house)

Local Churchmen give practical demonstration of sermon

"In order to make sure that people render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s, they have built a tax assessor. They would also like to remind you of the long standing agreement that the church does not pay tax."
Option A: In God we trust


HTTT 4.1b

ID Conditions MTTH Modifiers Notes

6415

  • Province must:
- not be a colony
- be a core
- have revolt risk < 1
- have base tax ≥ 11 or be a capital
  • Province owner must:
- have government tech ≥ 36
- not have a tax assessor
- have a stability of 3
- have Bill of Rights
- have Bureaucracy

5000 months (416.7 years)

  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization ≥ 2
  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization ≥ 3
  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization ≥ 4
  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization = 5

  • +5% if Stability < 0
  • +5% if Stability < 1
  • +5% if Stability < 2
  • +5% if Stability < 3
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 2
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 4
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 6
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 8
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 10

This is one of 9 events which add free buildings to provinces.


Related events:

Temple Built (temple)
Workshop built (workshop)
Poor People Helped (regimental camp)
Shipyard Built (shipyard)
Constable built (constable)
Market Place Appears (marketplace)
Court System improved (courthouse)
Local Churchmen give practical demonstration of sermon (tax assessor)
Smuggling problem? (customs house)

Local Churchmen give practical demonstration of sermon

"In order to make sure that people render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s, they have built a tax assessor. They would also like to remind you of the long standing agreement that the church does not pay tax."
Option A: In God we trust
  • Tax assessor added to province

IN

ID Conditions MTTH Modifiers Notes

6415

  • Province must:
- not have a tax assessor
- not be a colony
- be a core
- have revolt risk < 1
  • Province owner must:
- have government tech ≥ 36
- have stability = 3
- have Bill of Rights
- have Bureaucracy

5000 months

  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization ≥ 2
  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization ≥ 3
  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization ≥ 4
  • -5% if Centralization/Decentralization = 5

  • +5% if Stability < 0
  • +5% if Stability < 1
  • +5% if Stability < 2
  • +5% if Stability < 3
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 2
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 4
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 6
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 8
  • +5% if War exhaustion ≥ 10

This event can be found in napoleonevents.txt.


Related

Local Churchmen give practical demonstration of sermon

In order to make sure that people render therefore unto Caesar the things, which are Caesar’s, they have built a tax assessor. They would also like to remind you of the long standing agreement that the church does not pay tax.
Option A: In God we trust
  • Tax assessor added to province

See also