Romania

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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.

See also: Form Romanian Nation
Romania
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At the start of the Grand Campaign – 14 October 1399
Basic Stats
Government type Feudal Monarchy
Number of provinces Six
Capital province Wallachia
Center of Trade None
Primary culture Romanian

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Romania is a formable nation, historically created in 1878 by the Treaty of Berlin. It can be formed much earlier by a player. Romania was added in Heir to the Throne Patch 4.1b.

Divine Wind

The guide below works for Divine Wind as well.

Heir to the Throne

See also: Wallachia

Romania is not available at the start of the Grand Campaign. One must take the Form Romanian Nation decision in order to play it. The only nations that can form Romania are Wallachia and Moldavia. The easiest nation to form Romania as is Wallachia.

When Romania is formed the challenges are similar to those for Wallachia or Moldavia, holding a presence in the Balkans and containing the major powers in your region: Austria, Bohemia, Poland, and the Ottomans.

After the player has secured the Romanian heartland one can choose to continue expanding in the Balkans despite its relative poverty, create a North African empire and take Alexandria and Judea, expand into rich northern Italy, or possibly create a colonial empire if there are any colonies left to take.

Europe:

Aachen • Alsace • Aragon • Austria • Avignon • Bar • Bavaria • Berry • Bohemia • Bosnia • Brandenburg • Brittany • Brunswick • Burgundy • Byzantium • Castille • Crete • Croatia • Cyprus • Denmark • England • France • Genoa • Germany • Granada • Great Britain • Hamburg • Hansa • Holland • Hungary • Ireland • Italy • Lithuania • Lorraine • Mainz • Mazovia • Mecklenburg • Milan • Modena • Munster • Münster • Muscovy • Naples • Navarra • Netherlands • Norway • Novgorod • Poland • Pommerania • Portugal • Provence • Prussia • Ragusa • Rev. FranceRomania • Russia • Savoy • Saxony • Scotland • Serbia • Sicily • Siena • Spain • Sweden • Switzerland • Teutonic Order • The Knights • The Papal State • Tuscany • Utrecht • Venice • Wales • Wallachia • Yaroslavl
European minors • Dutch minors • French minors • Irish minors • Russian minors • Turkish minors

Asia:

Aceh • Ayutthaya • Bali • Bihar • Brunei • Golden Horde • Hindustan • Japan • Kazakh • Korea • Malacca • Manchu • Minamoto • Ming • Mongol Khanate • Nogai • Oirat Horde • Orissa • Pegu • Qin • Rajputana • Ryukyu • Vijayanagar • Wu • Xia
Indian minors • Southeast Asian minors

Near East

Ak Koyunlu • Jalayirids • Khorasan • Najd • Oman • Ottomans • Persia • Qara Koyunlu • The Mamluks • Timurids • Trebizond • Yemen

Americas

Aztecs • Chimu • Haiti • Inca • Maya • USA • Zapotec 
American Natives

Africa

Adal • Algiers • Ethiopia • Morocco • Mutapa • Songhai • Tunisia