Wallachia

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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.

Wallachia
Wallachia.png
At the start of the Grand Campaign – 14 October 1399
Basic Stats
Government type Feudal Monarchy
Technology group Oriental
Number of provinces 2
Capital province Wallachia
Center of Trade None
State religion Orthodox
Primary culture Romanian

Sliders

Centralization <▪▪▪▪▪▫▪▪▪♦▪>
very decentralized
Decentralization

Aristocracy <▪▪♦▪▪▫▪▪▪▪▪>
quite aristocratic
Plutocracy

Serfdom <♦▪▪▪▪▫▪▪▪▪▪>
extreme serfdom
Free Subject

Innovative <▪▪▪▪▪▫♦▪▪▪▪>
slightly narrowminded
Narrowminded

Mercantilism <▪▪♦▪▪▫▪▪▪▪▪>
quite mercantilistic
Free Trade

Offensive <▪▪▪▪▪▫♦▪▪▪▪>
slightly defensive
Defensive

Land <▪▪▪▪♦▫▪▪▪▪▪>
slightly land oriented
Naval

Quality <▪▪▪▪▪▫♦▪▪▪▪>
slightly quantity oriented
Quantity

In Divine Wind, Wallachia is the strongest Romanian nation and is the most capable of uniting Romania in the game, as long as they manage to avoid getting destroyed by Hungary or the Ottomans.

Heir To The Throne

Many Romanian areas are conquered by medium- to large-sized powers. Moldavia is often taken by the Golden Horde or Poland. Transylvania was, during this time, Magyar, and the Hungarians usually take it. It is a struggle for Wallachia to survive. This makes the unification one of the most difficult decisions in the game. For general hints and tips see the European minors and Turkish minors pages which detail strategies for Wallachia if they expand West or East.

Napoleon’s Ambition

In 1453, Wallachia is a two-province Ottoman vassal. As Wallachia, the best strategy is to go along with the Ottoman's conquests. After a few months they will likely offer an alliance offer, which should be accepted. Every time they declare war on someone, the player should join them and try to gain some provinces by doing so. When Wallachia has enough provinces, and can stand on its own, the player should cancel the vassalization with the Ottomans but try to remain its ally (in order to simplify his next conquests).

Another strategy is to wait until the Ottomans ally with Wallachia, then cancel the vassalization and take over the Balkans. The player should then improve his economy, being in a position to trade very effectively through Thrace, and send gifts to the Ottomans so that they remain a source of help in any wars.

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