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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.

decisions country decisions for .

Pass Naval Recruiting Act

A strong navy is dependent on hardy and capable seamen. A recruiting act would enforce able-bodied men without any means of income to enlist for naval service and thereby increase the number of available seamen. Type:
  • Country

Visibility conditions:
  • Have at least one port
  • Be at war
Acquisition conditions:

Effects:
  • -1 Innovative/Narrowminded
  • +1 Quality/Quantity
  • Receive the country modifier The Naval Recruiting Act indefinitely, giving:
    • -10% ship construction time
    • -5% ship building cost
    • +10% stability cost
AI behavior:
  • None


Pass Militia Act

Declare the king and the king alone as the supreme leader of the military forces. The sole right of the militia, in all regards whether it be ordering or disposing lies in the hands of the king. Type:
  • Country

Visibility conditions: Acquisition conditions:

Effects: AI behavior:
  • None


Pass Navigation Act

' Type:
  • Country

Visibility conditions: Acquisition conditions:

Effects: AI behavior:
  • None


Enlist Privateers

Commission privateers to disrupt foreign trade by allowing them to pass beyond our country borders in search of enemy vessels or ships belonging to other nations considered untrustworthy. Type:
  • Country

Visibility conditions: Acquisition conditions:
  • Have a port
  • Naval technology 15
  • Navy 50% of Naval force limit
  • Have a Privateer advisor
  • Monarch Military skill at least 6

Effects: AI behavior:
  • None


Establish a naval convoy system

Adopt a convoy system for vessels carrying gold and other exotic goods from our colonies to prevent pirates and privateers from disrupting our trade. Type:
  • Country

Visibility conditions:
  • Available after year 1500
  • At least 2 provinces producing gold
Acquisition conditions:

Effects:

Note: The +10% increase in overseas income only seems to effect overseas direct taxes, and not overseas tariffs, which significantly reduces the benefits of this decision.

AI behavior:
  • None


Pass Anti-Piracy Act

Increase the penalties severely for the act of committing piracy to come to terms with the ever-increasing problems it's causing. Type:
  • Country

Visibility conditions: Acquisition conditions:
  • Have at least one port
  • Have at least level 15 in Naval Tech
  • Have less Infamy than 15% of your limit
  • Be at peace

Effects:
  • Receive the country modifier The Anti-Piracy Act indefinitely, giving:
    • -0.05 Infamy/year
    • -3 Infamy limit
AI behavior:
  • None


Pass Recruiting Act

A recruiting act would enforce able-bodied men without any means of income to enlist for service and thereby increase the number of regiments considerably. Type:
  • Country

Visibility conditions:
  • Country must be at war
Acquisition conditions:

Effects: AI behavior:
  • None


Support local shipbuilding

' Type:
  • Provincial

Visibility conditions: Acquisition conditions:

Effects: AI behavior:
  • None

Comment: Removed and replaced by buildings in Divine Wind


Establish recruiting centre

Establish official recruiting centres to increase the efficiency of the recruitment process Type:
  • Provincial

Visibility conditions:
  • The province owner has at least a land technology of level 17.
  • is a core province of the province owner.
  • This decision can be adopted only once per country.
Acquisition conditions:

Effects: AI behavior:
  • None

Comment: Removed and replaced by buildings in Divine Wind


Establish March!

' Type:
  • Provincial

Visibility conditions:
  • Province is not overseas
  • Province is not a colony
  • Province is not the capital
  • Base tax is at least 4
  • Bordering a province of a hostile nation (i.e., not a vassal or ally, or not the same faith)
Acquisition conditions:

Effects: AI behavior:
  • None

Comment: The province will however lose these modifiers if it no longer borders a hostile nation. Removed and replaced by buildings in Divine Wind