AGCEEP_Global_ProvinceSpec.txt

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1419-1819: Decline of Calais for Calais
1419-1452: Full ownership of Maine for Maine
1419-1500: Castile claim Moorish land for Granada
1419-1500: Castile claim Moorish land for Gibraltar
1419-1500: Full ownership of Orléanais for Orléanais
1419-1510: The Lands of Teutonic Order for Prussia
1419-1529: Full ownership of Auvergne for Auvergne
1419-1529: Full ownership of Cévennes for Cévennes
1419-1772: Recovery of Danzig for Danzig
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Angara
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Tchuma
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Oka
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Saian
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Zima
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Selenga
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Ulan Ude
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Buriat
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Tchita
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Kalakan
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Sretensk
1419-1819: Effect of Occupation in Eastern Siberia for Kalar
1419-1819: Liberation of Constantinople for Thrace
1419-1819: Rajput cultural uprising for Delhi
1419-1819: Rajput cultural uprising for Malwa
1419-1819: Rajput cultural uprising for Panjab
1419-1819: Rajput resistance wanes for Delhi
1419-1819: Rajput resistance wanes for Malwa
1419-1819: Rajput resistance wanes for Panjab
1419-1819: The Ottoman Sultan demands Constantinople for Thrace
1419-1699: The European Rule in Atlixco for Atlixco
1419-1699: The European Rule in Jalisco for Jalisco
1419-1699: The European Rule in Michoacán for Michoacán
1419-1699: The European Rule in Saltillo for Saltillo
1419-1699: The European Rule in Tehuantepec for Tehuantepec
1419-1699: The European Rule in Tlaxcala for Tlaxcala
1419-1699: The European Rule in Zacatecas for Zacatecas
1419-1819: Romanian dominance in Transylvania for Transylvania
1419-1499: Crusade against the Hussites is successful for Bohemia
1420-1650: AI_EVENT for The Azores
1420-1650: AI_EVENT for Senegal
1420-1650: AI_EVENT for Cape Verde
1420-1650: AI_EVENT for Fernando Po
1420-1650: AI_EVENT for Pernambuc
1420-1650: AI_EVENT for Itaimas
1420-1650: AI_EVENT for Zambezia
1420-1650: AI_EVENT for Inhambane
1420-1810: Albania Veneta for Ragusa
1420-1810: Serbian Zeta for Ragusa
1420-1820: Northern Albania for Ragusa
1421: Flood of St. Elisabeth for Holland
1422-1442: Jan Van Eyck for Flandern
1425-1450: Assimilation of the Reddy for Yanam
1430-1819: Absorption of Aydin, Mentese and Teke for Smyrna
1430-1819: Absorption of Germiyan for Antalya
Triggered (1435-1445): Islam in Bale for Bale
1435-1500: Shiites in Musha'sha' for Awhaz
1435-1600: Musha'sha'ids of Khuzistan for Awhaz
1435-1445: Ausiàs March for Valencia
1441-1442: The treaty of Copenhagen for Holland
1443-1443: Earthquake in Breslau for Silesia
1448-1500: Assimilation of the Velama for Palakimedi
1450-1455: Knights-robbers in Silesia for Silesia
1450-1474: Development of Breslau for Silesia
1458-1458: Tin mining in Altenberg for Sachsen
1460-1500: Conquest of Johor for Johor
1462-1819: German dominance in Odenburg for Odenburg
1465-1515: Knights-robbers in Silesia defeated for Silesia
1480-1530: Knights-robbers in Silesia defeated for Silesia
1481: Earthquake in Rhodes for Rhodes
1490-1490: Tirant lo Blanc for Valencia
1497-1505: Francisco Ramiro Lopez' fortifications for Roussillon
1498-1545: The Portuguese Covet Aden for Aden
1498-1545: The Portuguese Have Conquered Aden for Aden
1498-1658: Portuguese aid the rebellious Raja of Cochin for Cochin
1498-1660: Cochin is lost for Cochin
1498-1660: Portuguese aid the rebellious Raja of Cochin for Cochin
1498-1680: The Portuguese Covet Ormuz for Mascate
1498-1680: The Portuguese Have Conquered Al-Kharam for Mascate
1498-1680: The Portuguese Have Conquered Malacca for Malacca
1498-1680: The Portuguese covet Malacca for Malacca
1500-1550: A Generation is lost for Mossi
1502-1660: Portuguese Settlement of Mozambique for Mtawa
1503-1819: Gold discovered in Hispaniola for Tortuga
1505-1560: Shiite Emigration for Iveria
1505-1560: Shiite Emigration for Daghestan
1505-1560: Shiite Emigration for Isfahan
1505-1560: Shiite Emigration for Iraq
1505-1560: Shiite Emigration for Aleppo
1505-1560: Shiite Emigration for Syria
1505-1560: Shiite Emigration for Basrah
1505-1560: Shiite Emigration for Trabzon
1505-1560: Shiite Emigration for Adana
1505-1560: Shiite Emigration for Sivas
1507-1545: The Portuguese Seizure of Socotra for Socotra
1509-1819: Gold production continues apace in Hispaniola for Tortuga
1510-1540: The Lands of Teutonic Order for Prussia
1510-1660: Goa is lost for Goa
1510-1660: Portuguese demand Goa for Goa
1510-1660: Portuguese offer for Goa
1513-1819: Gold discovered in Puerto Rico for Puerto Rico
1513-1819: Gold production continues apace in Hispaniola for Tortuga
1516-1819: Gold discovered in Cuba for Moron
1518-1819: Gold production decline in Hispaniola for Tortuga
1518-1819: Production continues apace in Puerto Rico for Puerto Rico
1520-1525: Protestantism in Breslau for Silesia
1521-1522: The Ducal residence for Kleves
1522-1524: Sher Khan for Bihar
1523-1819: Gold mines seriously depleted in Puerto Rico for Puerto Rico
1524-1819: Central Java converts to Islam for Bandung
1524-1819: East Java converts to Islam for Surabaja
1526-1819: Gold mine depleted in Hispaniola for Tortuga
1527-1528: Sher Khan leaves for Bihar
1528-1531: The Widow of Chunar for Bihar
1528-1531: Sher Khan returns to Bihar for Bihar
1529-1560: Afar ravaged by war for Issas
1529-1560: Bale ravaged by war for Bale
1529-1560: Damot ravaged by war for Gonder
1529-1560: Galgodon ravaged by war for Afars
1529-1560: Gonder ravaged by war for Welo
1529-1560: Harar ravaged by war for Arsi
1529-1560: Harerge ravaged by war for Harerge
1529-1560: Kefa ravaged by war for Kefa
1529-1560: Ogaden ravaged by war for Ogaden
1529-1560: Shewa ravaged by war for Shewa
1529-1560: Tigray ravaged by war for Keren
1530-1700: The Hospitallers request Malta for Malta
1530-1798: The sale of Malta to the Hospitallers for Malta
1531-1819: Gold mine totally exhausted in Hispaniola for Tortuga
1531-1819: Gold mines exhausted in Puerto Rico for Puerto Rico
1531: The 1531 Earthquake of Lisbon for Tago
1531-1548: Juan Diego Quauhtlatoatzin for Zacatecas
1538-1819: Total exhaustion of Gold mines in Cuba for Moron
1540-1620: Colonization of Wild Steppes for Krementjug
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Apulia for Apulia
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Apulia for Apulia
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Emilia for Emilia
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Emilia for Emilia
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Firenze for Firenze
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Firenze for Firenze
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Marche for Marche
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Marche for Marche
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Napoli for Napoli
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Napoli for Napoli
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Roma for Roma
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Roma for Roma
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Romagna for Romagna
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Romagna for Romagna
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Siena for Siena
1542-1546: The Holy Inquisition in Siena for Siena
1542: King Henry's Offer for Ulster
1543-1544: Vesalius publishes 'De humani corporis fabrica' for Brabant
1544-1556: The Mapuches for Talca
1544-1659: Portuguese Settlement at Quelimane for Nampuia
1545-1546: Devastating Earthquake for Lampang
1549-1551: The Rebellion of Siena for Siena
1549-1550: Storm destroys the spire of Lincoln Cathedral for Lincoln
1549-1550: Storm destroys the spire of Lincoln Cathedral for Lincoln
1550: Jean Calvin in Holland for Holland
1554-1556: Scholars seek haven in Burhampur for Khandesh
1556-1600: Silver discovered at Guadalcanal for Andalusia
1556: Shaanxi Earthquake for Shaanxi
1558-1558: Smallpox epidemic at Ternate for Tindore
1559-1600: Guadalcanal quickly depleted for Andalusia
1560-1700: Galla raids in Kefa for Kefa
1561-1700: Galla raids in Bale for Bale
1562-1700: Galla raids in Damot for Gonder
1563-1700: Galla raids in Harar for Arsi
1563-1700: Galla raids in Harerge for Harerge
1563-1700: Galla raids in Shewa for Shewa
1564-1700: Galla raids in Gonder for Welo
1564-1700: Galla raids in Ogaden for Ogaden
1564-1564: Smallpox epidemic at Ambon for Ceram
1565-1700: Galla raids in Tigray for Keren
1565-1700: Oromo infiltration in Kefa for Kefa
1566-1700: Oromo infiltration in Bale for Bale
1567-1680: Conversion of the Inca for Cuzco
1567-1700: Oromo infiltration in Damot for Gonder
1568-1700: Oromo infiltration in Harar for Arsi
1568-1700: Oromo infiltration in Harerge for Harerge
1568-1700: Oromo infiltration in Shewa for Shewa
1569-1700: Oromo infiltration in Gonder for Welo
1569-1700: Oromo infiltration in Ogaden for Ogaden
1570-1700: Oromo become significant in Kefa for Kefa
1570-1700: Oromo infiltration in Tigray for Keren
1571-1700: Oromo become dominant in Bale for Bale
1572-1700: Oromo become dominant in Damot for Gonder
1573-1700: Oromo become dominant in Harar for Arsi
1573-1700: Oromo become dominant in Harerge for Harerge
1573-1700: Oromo settle in Shewa for Shewa
1574-1700: Oromo become dominant in Ogaden for Ogaden
1574-1700: Oromo settle in Gonder for Welo
1575-1700: Oromo settle in Tigray for Keren
1575-1577: The Plague in Venice for Veneto
1581-1592: Growing Manchu trouble in Liaoning for Liaotung
1582-1614: Morisque Refugees from Al-Andalus for Sahara
1582-1614: Morisque Refugees from Al-Andalus for Toubkal
1582-1614: Morisque Refugees from Al-Andalus for Tangiers
1582-1614: Morisque Refugees from Al-Andalus for Fez
1582-1614: Morisque Refugees from Al-Andalus for Orania
1582-1614: Morisque Refugees from Al-Andalus for Al Djazair
1585-1648: Frisian province change for Friesen
1585-1585: Zimba migration for Mtawa
1586-1587: Zimba migration for Lindi
1587-1587: Mount Merapi erupts for Bandung
1587-1588: Zimba migration for Rufiji
1588-1600: Guadalcanal exhausted for Andalusia
1588-1588: Zimba migration for Tanga
1589-1590: Zimba migration for Mombasa
1590-1590: Zimba migration for Kenya
1592-1605: Araucanian raising for Talca
1593-1819: Romanian migration in Banat of Timisoara for Banat
1600-1819: Depopulation of the Sudan for Mossi
1600-1819: Depopulation of the Sudan for Say
1600-1819: Depopulation of the Sudan for Palanas
1600-1819: Depopulation of the Sudan for Begho
1600-1819: Depopulation of the Sudan for Awdaghost
1600-1819: Depopulation of the Sudan for Walata
1600-1819: Depopulation of the Sudan for Jenné
1600-1819: Depopulation of the Sudan for Segu
1600-1819: Depopulation of the Sudan for Niani
1600-1819: Depopulation of the Sudan for Buré
1600-1819: The Gold-Salt Trade dries up for Timbuktu
1600-1819: The Gold-Salt Trade dries up for Bambuk
1600-1819: The Gold-Salt Trade dries up for Gao
1608-1609: Hans Lipperhey, the true inventor of the telescope for Zeeland
1610-1670: Idolatry in Perú for Cuzco
1610-1819: Kalmyk Migration for Kalmuk
1615-1710: Dutch sailors reach Indonesia for Jakarta
1615-1720: Dutch offer for Jakarta
1620-1820: Rise of self-consciousness in Donetsk for Donetsk
1620-1820: Rise of self-consciousness in Krementjug for Krementjug
1620-1819: Sugar production declines in Barahona for Barahona
1621: The Piarist Order for Roma
1625-1625: Epidemics and ruin of war spread through Java for Bandung
1625-1625: Epidemics and ruin of war spread through Java for Surabaja
1625-1626: Fire destroys St. Olav's church for Estland
1625-1626: Fire destroys St. Olav's church for Estland
1629-1629: Hongi raids for Buru
1629-1819: Introduction of sugar cultivation in Banten for Sunda
1629-1670: The plague in Mantua for Mantua
1629-1670: The plague in Milan for Lombardia
1631-1670: The plague in Venice for Veneto
1632-1670: The plague in Modena for Romagna
1632-1670: The plague in Parma for Emilia
1633-1670: The plague in Florence for Firenze
1635-1670: The plague in Siena for Siena
1638-1820: Rise of self-consciousness in Poltava for Poltava
1638-1820: Rise of self-consciousness in Ukraine for Ukraina
1640-1700: Oromo assimilated in Kefa for Kefa
1640-1819: Sumbawa converts to Islam for Sumbawa
1641-1700: Oromo assimilated in Bale for Bale
1642-1700: Oromo assimilated in Damot for Gonder
1643-1700: Oromo assimilated in Harar for Arsi
1643-1700: Oromo assimilated in Harerge for Harerge
1643-1700: Oromo assimilated in Shewa for Shewa
1644-1683: Southern Ming aware of European settlement of Luzon for Luzon
1644-1700: Oromo assimilated in Gonder for Welo
1644-1700: Oromo assimilated in Ogaden for Ogaden
1645-1700: Oromo assimilated in Tigray for Keren
1647-1706: Revolt of the Marathas for Bombay
1647-1706: Revolt of the Marathas for Maharashtra
1647-1706: Revolt of the Marathas for Goa
1648-1820: Rise of self-consciousness in Chernigov for Chernigov
1648-1820: Rise of self-consciousness in Podolia for Podolia
1648-1820: Rise of self-consciousness in Halich for Galizien
1650-1819: Sugar Production Expands in Barbados for Barbados
1655-1720: The end of the Arauco war for Talca
1655-1670: The plague in Rome for Roma
1656-1670: The plague in Naples for Napoli
1657-1670: The plague in Genoa for Liguria
1660-1680: The Marathi Revolt for Maharashtra
1660-1680: The Marathi Revolt for Maharashtra
1667-1667: Ragusan Earthquake for Dalmatia
1670-1700: Miscellanea Curiosa Medico-Physica in Breslau for Silesia
1672-1672: Mount Merapi erupts for Bandung
1673-1700: The French and Pondicherry for Pondicherry
1681-1819: Maize introduced in Wallachia for Wallachia
1690-1819: Tea is introduced on Java for Sunda
1690-1819: Tea is introduced on Java for Bandung
1690-1819: Tea is introduced on Java for Surabaja
1692-1693: The Salem Witch Trials for Massachusetts
1692-1693: The Salem Witch Trials ends for Massachusetts
1693-1750: British Traders near the Ganges for Ganges
1699-1699: Earthquake at Batavia for Jakarta
1699-1819: Coffee cultivation in Java for Bandung
1699-1819: Coffee cultivation in Java for Surabaja
1699-1819: Sugar Production Expands in Surinam for Surinam
1699-1714: Slavic Migration for Dalmatia
1700-1819: Telugu in Hyderabad for Hyderabad
1700-1819: Telugu in Madras for Madras
1707-1713: The Rebellion of Mir Wais for Qandahar
1707-1713: The Rebellion of Mir Wais for Quetta
1707-1713: The Rebellion of Mir Wais for Kabul
1707-1713: The Rebellion of Mir Wais for Kushka
1707-1819: The Marathas have been pacified for Bombay
1707-1819: The Marathas have been pacified for Maharashtra
1707-1819: The Marathas have been pacified for Goa
1710-1819: Sugar Production Expands in Antigua for Antigua
1713-1715: Peace of Utrecht devolution for Gerona
1713-1715: Peace of Utrecht devolution for Catalonia
1713-1715: Peace of Utrecht devolution for Aragon
1713-1715: Peace of Utrecht devolution for Valencia
1713-1715: Peace of Utrecht devolution for The Baleares
1717-1819: Sugar Production Expands in Jamaica for Jamaica
1717-1819: Sugar Production Expands in Les Cayes for Les Cayes
1722-1819: Sugar Production Expands in Martinique for Martinique
1723-1819: Coffee production in Priangan for Sunda
1723-1723: Irazú destroys Cartago for Costa Rica
1730-1819: Sugar Production Expands in Guadeloupe for Guadeloupe
1732-1732: Malaria epidemic sweeps Batavia for Jakarta
1738-1741: The Horrible Plague in Anatolia for Anatolia
1738-1749: The failure of Mir Wais for Qandahar
1738-1749: The failure of Mir Wais for Quetta
1738-1749: The failure of Mir Wais for Kabul
1738-1749: The failure of Mir Wais for Kushka
1745-1745: Malaria epidemic in Batavia for Jakarta
1750-1753: The Canal Leuven-Rupel for Brabant
1750-1819: Slaves imported from East Africa for Bourbon
1750-1819: Slaves imported from East Africa for Mauritius
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Mombasa
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Niassa
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Rufiji
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Mtawa
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Zanzibar
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Ambovombe
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Antsirana
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Kenya
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Tanga
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Lindi
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Nampuia
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Zambezia
1750-1819: East African slave trade increase for Inhambane
1755-1755: Earthquake destroy Lisboa for Tago
1764-1765: Beccaria's essay on Crimes and Punishments for Lombardia
1770-1819: Sugar Production Expands in Cuba for Guantanamo
1770-1819: Sugar Production Expands in St. Thomas for St. Thomas
1773-1819: All quiet in Adirondak for Adirondak
1773-1819: All quiet in Carolina for Carolina
1773-1819: All quiet in Catskill for Catskill
1773-1819: All quiet in Chesapeake for Chesapeake
1773-1819: All quiet in Connecticut for Connecticut
1773-1819: All quiet in Delaware for Delaware
1773-1819: All quiet in Manhattan for Manhattan
1773-1819: All quiet in Massachusetts for Massachusetts
1773-1819: All quiet in Penobscot for Penobscot
1773-1819: All quiet in Roanoke for Roanoke
1773-1819: All quiet in Santee for Santee
1773-1819: All quiet in Savannah for Savannah
1773-1819: All quiet in Sebago for Sebago
1773-1819: All quiet in Susquehanna for Susquehanna
1773-1819: Turmoil in Adirondak for Adirondak
1773-1819: Turmoil in Adirondak for Adirondak
1773-1819: Turmoil in Carolina for Carolina
1773-1819: Turmoil in Carolina for Carolina
1773-1819: Turmoil in Catskill for Catskill
1773-1819: Turmoil in Catskill for Catskill
1773-1819: Turmoil in Chesapeake for Chesapeake
1773-1819: Turmoil in Chesapeake for Chesapeake
1773-1819: Turmoil in Connecticut for Connecticut
1773-1819: Turmoil in Connecticut for Connecticut
1773-1819: Turmoil in Delaware for Delaware
1773-1819: Turmoil in Delaware for Delaware
1773-1819: Turmoil in Manhattan for Manhattan
1773-1819: Turmoil in Manhattan for Manhattan
1773-1819: Turmoil in Massachusetts for Massachusetts
1773-1819: Turmoil in Massachusetts for Massachusetts
1773-1819: Turmoil in Penobscot for Penobscot
1773-1819: Turmoil in Penobscot for Penobscot
1773-1819: Turmoil in Roanoke for Roanoke
1773-1819: Turmoil in Roanoke for Roanoke
1773-1819: Turmoil in Santee for Santee
1773-1819: Turmoil in Santee for Santee
1773-1819: Turmoil in Savannah for Savannah
1773-1819: Turmoil in Savannah for Savannah
1773-1819: Turmoil in Sebago for Sebago
1773-1819: Turmoil in Sebago for Sebago
1773-1819: Turmoil in Susquehanna for Susquehanna
1773-1819: Turmoil in Susquehanna for Susquehanna
1774-1819: Quebec Act for Stadacone
1774-1819: Quebec Act for Stadacone
1775-1818: Benares and the Nawab of Oudh for Raipur
1775-1819: American Declaration of Independence for Massachusetts
1775-1819: American Declaration of Independence for Massachusetts
1775-1819: American Declaration of Independence for Chesapeake
1775-1819: American Declaration of Independence for Chesapeake
1775-1819: American Declaration of Independence for Delaware
1775-1819: American Declaration of Independence for Delaware
1775-1819: American Declaration of Independence for Manhattan
1775-1819: American Declaration of Independence for Manhattan
1775-1819: Continental Congress of Pennsylvania for Delaware
1775-1819: Massachusetts Government Act for Massachusetts
1776-1819: Hessians back home for Hessen
1776: The 1776 Acapulco Earthquake for Atlixco
1776-1819: AI_EVENT for The Pope
1776-1819: AI_EVENT for The Pope
1778-1778: Mount Api on Banda erupts for Ceram
1778-1819: All quiet in Hochelaga for Hochelaga
1778-1819: All quiet in Saguenay for Saguenay
1778-1819: All quiet in Shawinigan for Shawinigan
1778-1819: All quiet in Stadacone for Stadacone
1780-1780: Plague in Batavia for Jakarta
1780-1780: Smallpox epidemic on Sumatra for Ajeh
1780-1780: Smallpox epidemic on Sumatra for Riau
1780-1780: Smallpox epidemic on Sumatra for Jambi
1780-1780: Smallpox epidemic on Sumatra for Palembang
1783: The Mist Hardships for Iceland
1795-1795: James Hutton for Lothian
1798-1819: Sugar Production Expands in Trinidad for Tobago & Trinidad
1800-1801: Volta and the first battery for Lombardia
1800-1801: Piazzi and the discovery of Ceres for Sicily
1804-1809: Refugees from Haiti for Bayou
1807-1810: Gauss, the prince of mathematics for Hannover
1815-1815: Volcano erupts in Sumbawa for Sumbawa
Triggered (1776-1819): AI_EVENT for The Pope
Triggered (1419-1450): Crusade against the Hussites is successful for Moravia
Triggered (1419-1450): Crusade against the Hussites is successful for Ostmarch
Triggered (1419-1450): Crusade against the Hussites is successful for Erz
Triggered (1419-1450): Crusade against the Hussites is successful for Sudeten
Triggered (1556): Effect of Shaanxi Earthquake in Shanxi for Shanxi
Triggered (1497-1515): Jewish refugees from Portugal for Holland
Triggered (1542): King Henry's Offer Consequence for Ulster
Triggered (1655-1662, 1655-1662): Koxinga claims sovereignty over Taiwan and disrupts trade for Luzon
Triggered (1655-1662): Koxinga claims sovereignty over Taiwan and disrupts trade for Taiwan
Triggered (1500-1819): Morocco sacks Gao for Gao
Triggered (1500-1819): Morocco sacks Jenne for Bambuk
Triggered (1500-1819): Morocco sacks Timbuktu for Timbuktu
Triggered (1625-1626, 1625-1626): Notre Dame de Strasbourg is the tallest building for Alsace
Triggered (1549-1550, 1549-1550): St. Olav's church is the tallest building for Estland
Triggered (1513-1539): Swiss expansion for Savoie
Triggered (triggered event): The Quebecer Rebellion for Stadacone
Triggered (1776-1819): The Quebecer Rebellion for Stadacone
Triggered (1630-1700): The Sale of Tondaimandalam for Madras
Triggered (triggered event): We sold Malta for Malta
Random: Conflict with a Frisian prince for Holstein
Random: Conflict with a Frisian prince for Oldenburg
Random: Conflict with a Frisian prince for Bremen
Random: Conflict with a Frisian prince for Friesen
Random: Conflict with a Frisian prince for Holland
Random: Frisian trouble for Friesen
Random: Frisian trouble for Friesen
Random: Great Hajj for Mekkah
Random: Johor converts to Islam for Johor
Random: Lands of the Barbary for Al Djazair
Random: Lands of the Barbary for Aures
Random: Lands of the Barbary for Orania
Random: Lands of the Barbary for Kabylia
Random: Lands of the Barbary for Atlas
Random: Lands of the Barbary for Atlas
Random: Malacca converts to Islam for Malacca
Random: Merchants are being plundered for all countries
Random: Perak converts to Islam for Perak
Random: Petty Kingdoms of the Barbary Coast for Al Djazair
Random: Petty Kingdoms of the Barbary Coast for Aures
Random: Petty Kingdoms of the Barbary Coast for Orania
Random: Petty Kingdoms of the Barbary Coast for Atlas
Random: Petty Kingdoms of the Barbary Coast for Kabylia
Random: Riau converts to Islam for Riau

Province of Calais — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 90 days of January 1, 1419
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Calais came to be called the ''brightest jewel in the English crown'' owing to its great importance as the gateway for the tin, lead, cloth and wool trades (or 'staples'). Its customs revenues amounted at times to a third of the English government's revenue, with wool being the most important element by far. Of its population of about 12,000 people, as many as 5,400 were recorded as having been connected with the wool trade. The governorship or Captaincy of Calais was a lucrative and highly prized public office. But with switching trade routes and changed commercial relations, this time is over now...

Actions

A. Alas!

  • -20 base tax value in Calais

Province of Maine — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • At least one of the following must occur:
        • France owns Maine
        • Dauphiné owns Maine
      • It is the year 1451 or later
    • None of the following must occur:
      • France owns Maine
      • Dauphiné owns Maine

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1452)

Description

This province is now firmly in our hands.

Actions

A. Good news!

  • +4 base manpower in Maine
  • +6 base tax value in Maine

Province of Granada — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Castile exists
    • Spain exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Tago is a national (core) province
      • The following must not occur:
        • Portugal and Castile are at war
      • The following must not occur:
        • Portugal and Spain are at war
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Catalonia is a national (core) province
      • The following must not occur:
        • Aragon and Castile are at war
      • The following must not occur:
        • Catalonia and Castile are at war
      • The following must not occur:
        • Aragon and Spain are at war
      • The following must not occur:
        • Catalonia and Spain are at war
  • None of the following must occur:

Will happen within 1 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1500)

Description

By the 13th century, it had become apparent which part of the Reconquista was to be fulfilled by which country. In 1179, the treaty of Cazorla between Aragon and Castile defined the north of Murcia as the permissible limit of Aragonese reconquest. With this treaty Murcia, still in Muslim hands for another 70 years, was reserved for Castile. This treaty was renewed at the treaty of Almizra in 1244, by James I of Aragon, who had finished the reconquest of Valencia and Baleares, and Fernando III of Castile, who had recently conquered Cordoba and was about to conquer Seville, Murcia and Jaen. By 1250, Portugal, and Aragon in the south, only had borders with Castile. Granada therefore belonged to Castile, and this was accepted as a fact by both Aragon and Portugal. To capture any land held by the Nasrids and to keep it, would surely start a conflict with Castile.

Actions

A. We shall handover Granada

  • Cede Granada to Castile
  • Cede Granada to Spain
  • -2 badboy
  • +50 relations with Castile
  • +50 relations with Spain
  • +75 gold

B. We will not respect the agreement

  • +2 badboy
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill -2 for 24 months
  • -75 relations with Castile
  • -75 relations with Spain
  • -35 relations with Navarre
  • -35 relations with Aragon
  • -35 relations with Catalonia

Province of Gibraltar — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Castile exists
    • Spain exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Tago is a national (core) province
      • The following must not occur:
        • Portugal and Castile are at war
      • The following must not occur:
        • Portugal and Spain are at war
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Catalonia is a national (core) province
      • The following must not occur:
        • Aragon and Castile are at war
      • The following must not occur:
        • Catalonia and Castile are at war
      • The following must not occur:
        • Aragon and Spain are at war
      • The following must not occur:
        • Catalonia and Spain are at war
  • None of the following must occur:

Will happen within 1 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1500)

Description

By the 13th century, it had become apparent which part of the Reconquista was to be fulfilled by which country. In 1179, the treaty of Cazorla between Aragon and Castile defined the north of Murcia as the permissible limit of Aragonese reconquest. With this treaty Murcia, still in Muslim hands for another 70 years, was reserved for Castile. This treaty was renewed at the treaty of Almizra in 1244, by James I of Aragon, who had finished the reconquest of Valencia and Baleares, and Fernando III of Castile, who had recently conquered Cordoba and was about to conquer Seville, Murcia and Jaen. By 1250, Portugal, and Aragon in the south, only had borders with Castile. Granada therefore belonged to Castile, and this was accepted as a fact by both Aragon and Portugal. To capture any land held by the Nasrids and to keep it, would surely start a conflict with Castile.

Actions

A. We shall handover Gibraltar

  • Cede Gibraltar to Castile
  • Cede Gibraltar to Spain
  • -2 badboy
  • +40 relations with Castile
  • +40 relations with Spain
  • +50 gold

B. We will not respect the agreement

  • +1 badboy
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill -2 for 24 months
  • -65 relations with Castile
  • -65 relations with Spain
  • -25 relations with Navarre
  • -25 relations with Aragon
  • -25 relations with Catalonia

Province of Orléanais — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • At least one of the following must occur:
        • France owns Orléanais
        • Dauphiné owns Orléanais
      • It is the year 1499 or later
    • None of the following must occur:
      • France owns Orléanais
      • Dauphiné owns Orléanais

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1500)

Description

This province is now firmly in our hands. Historically, with the unexpected death of Charles VIII, the direct senior line of the Valois lineage came to an end. The line of succession was traced back to Charles VI's younger brother, Louis I, Duke of Orleans, and through his direct heir Charles I, father of Louis II, of Orleans. With Louis II's ascension, the House of Orleans now ruled the French Kingdom. Louis' ascension brought the great Duchy of Orleans to the Crown of France as a Royal demesne.

Actions

A. Good news!

  • +4 base manpower in Orléanais
  • +7 base tax value in Orléanais

Province of Prussia — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Hinterpommern is a national (core) province
    • Prussia exists
    • Teutonic Order exists
    • At least one of the following must occur:
      • Poland owns Prussia
      • Livonian Order owns Prussia
    • Flag [TO_Lands] is set
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1510)

Description

The Teutonic Order's presence in the Baltic region dates back to 1225 when Duke Conrad of Masovia asked the Teutonic knights to come and aid him against the Prussian pagans' raids. Having the backing of the Pope, the Holy Roman Emperor and the minor German states, the Teutonic Order rose up to become a major power in the southern Baltic coast. Now their lands are ours. Shall we give them back to the Order or keep them for ourselves?

Actions

A. Let's restore them

  • Grant independence to Teutonic Order
  • -5 badboy
  • +100 relations with Austria
  • +100 relations with Brandenburg
  • -50 relations with Poland
  • -50 relations with Lithuania
  • +100 relations with Stettin
  • -50 relations with Pomerania
  • +50 victory points
  • Set flag [TO_Lands] for events

B. We will keep Prussia!

  • +2 badboy
  • Stability -1
  • Set flag [TO_Lands] for events

Province of Auvergne — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • At least one of the following must occur:
        • France owns Auvergne
        • Dauphiné owns Auvergne
      • It is the year 1528 or later
    • None of the following must occur:
      • France owns Auvergne
      • Dauphiné owns Auvergne

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1529)

Description

This province is now firmly in our hands. Historically, Duke Charles III died heirless in 1527, and his wife Suzanne having passed away years before. Charles's vast estates were resumed to the Crown of France.

Actions

A. Good news!

  • +4 base manpower in Auvergne
  • +2 base tax value in Auvergne

Province of Cévennes — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • At least one of the following must occur:
        • France owns Cévennes
        • Dauphiné owns Cévennes
      • It is the year 1528 or later
    • None of the following must occur:
      • France owns Cévennes
      • Dauphiné owns Cévennes

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1529)

Description

This province is now firmly in our hands. Historically, Duke Charles III died heirless in 1527, and his wife Suzanne having passed away years before. Charles's vast estates were resumed to the Crown of France.

Actions

A. Good news!

  • +4 base manpower in Cévennes
  • +2 base tax value in Cévennes

Province of Danzig — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Masovia owns Danzig
    • Poland owns Danzig

Will happen within 3000 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 3000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1772)

Description

Danzig (Gdansk) was lost by Poland at the beginning of the 14th century and it's recovery was always one of main Polish Kings' priorities. Major defeat of Teutonic Order at Grunwald in 1410 was never properly exploited, but finally after Thirteen Years War (1454-1466) Danzig has been recovered.

Actions

A. Great!

  • Culture in Danzig changes to polish
  • +5 victory points

Province of Angara — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Angara
    • Buryat Horde owns Angara
    • Manchus owns Angara
    • China owns Angara

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Angara

  • -5000 population in Angara
  • -1 base tax value in Angara

Province of Tchuma — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Tchuma
    • Buryat Horde owns Tchuma
    • Manchus owns Tchuma
    • China owns Tchuma

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Tchuma

  • -5000 population in Tchuma
  • -1 base tax value in Tchuma

Province of Oka — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Oka
    • Buryat Horde owns Oka
    • Manchus owns Oka
    • China owns Oka

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Oka

  • -5000 population in Oka
  • -1 base tax value in Oka

Province of Saian — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Saian
    • Buryat Horde owns Saian
    • Manchus owns Saian
    • China owns Saian

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Saian

  • -5000 population in Saian
  • -1 base tax value in Saian

Province of Zima — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Zima
    • Buryat Horde owns Zima
    • Manchus owns Zima
    • China owns Zima

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Zima

  • -5000 population in Zima
  • -1 base tax value in Zima

Province of Selenga — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Selenga
    • Buryat Horde owns Selenga
    • Manchus owns Selenga
    • China owns Selenga

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Selenga

  • -5000 population in Selenga
  • -1 base tax value in Selenga

Province of Ulan Ude — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Ulan Ude
    • Buryat Horde owns Ulan Ude
    • Manchus owns Ulan Ude
    • China owns Ulan Ude

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Ulan Ude

  • -5000 population in Ulan Ude
  • -1 base tax value in Ulan Ude

Province of Buriat — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Buriat
    • Buryat Horde owns Buriat
    • Manchus owns Buriat
    • China owns Buriat

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Buriat

  • -5000 population in Buriat
  • -1 base tax value in Buriat

Province of Tchita — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Tchita
    • Buryat Horde owns Tchita
    • Manchus owns Tchita
    • China owns Tchita

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Tchita

  • -5000 population in Tchita
  • -1 base tax value in Tchita

Province of Kalakan — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Kalakan
    • Buryat Horde owns Kalakan
    • Manchus owns Kalakan
    • China owns Kalakan

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Kalan

  • -5000 population in Kalakan
  • -1 base tax value in Kalakan

Province of Sretensk — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Sretensk
    • Buryat Horde owns Sretensk
    • Manchus owns Sretensk
    • China owns Sretensk

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Sretensk

  • -5000 population in Sretensk
  • -1 base tax value in Sretensk

Province of Kalar — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Mongolia owns Kalar
    • Buryat Horde owns Kalar
    • Manchus owns Kalar
    • China owns Kalar

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

After Mongol control loss in Eastern Siberia, major demographic changes took place and many Mongols fled south.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Kalar

  • -5000 population in Kalar
  • -1 base tax value in Kalar

Province of Thrace — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Ottoman Empire owns Thrace
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Ottoman Empire owns Morea
    • Ottoman Empire owns Hellas
    • Ottoman Empire owns Macedonia
    • Ottoman Empire owns Bulgaria
    • Ottoman Empire owns Rumelia
  • Control Thrace
  • Event 3353 - The City of Men's Desire for Ottoman Empire has already occurred
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
    • State religion is protestant
    • State religion is reformed
    • State religion is orthodox
  • None of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Trebizond owns Thrace
      • State religion is orthodox
    • Russia owns Thrace
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Serbia owns Thrace
      • State religion is orthodox
    • Byzantine Empire owns Thrace
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Morea owns Thrace
      • State religion is orthodox

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Glorious day! The Ottoman threat has been vanquished and Constantinople, Queen of Cities and once capital of the fallen Eastern Roman Empire, has been liberated from the heathens. The whole Christian world is celebrating and praising Our Lord for this great gift.

Actions

A. Praise the Lord!

  • Stability +2
  • +100 gold
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +2 for 24 months
  • -4 badboy
  • +150 victory points

Province of Delhi — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Flag [rajput_favorable] is set
  • Rajputana exists

Will happen within 400 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 400 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The formation of the nation of Rajputana triggered a chain reaction in many Hindu-dominated areas of India that had Rajput minorities.

Actions

A. Rajput resistance

  • Revolt risk value in Delhi +1

Province of Malwa — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Flag [rajput_favorable] is set
  • Rajputana exists

Will happen within 400 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 400 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The formation of the nation of Rajputana triggered a chain reaction in many Hindu-dominated areas of India that had Rajput minorities.

Actions

A. Rajput resistance

  • Revolt risk value in Malwa +1

Province of Panjab — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Flag [rajput_favorable] is set
  • Rajputana exists

Will happen within 400 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 400 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The formation of the nation of Rajputana triggered a chain reaction in many Hindu-dominated areas of India that had Rajput minorities.

Actions

A. Rajput resistance

  • Revolt risk value in Panjab +1

Province of Delhi — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 400 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 400 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the defeat and absorbtion of the last Rajput province, Rajput cultural and religious fervor died down. Even so, some Rajput continued to resist the occupation of their homeland.

Actions

A. At last an end to this nuisance!

  • Revolt risk value in Delhi -1

Province of Malwa — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 400 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 400 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the defeat and absorbtion of the last Rajput province, Rajput cultural and religious fervor died down. Even so, some Rajput continued to resist the occupation of their homeland.

Actions

A. At last an end to this nuisance!

  • Revolt risk value in Malwa -1

Province of Panjab — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 400 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 400 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the defeat and absorbtion of the last Rajput province, Rajput cultural and religious fervor died down. Even so, some Rajput continued to resist the occupation of their homeland.

Actions

A. At last an end to this nuisance!

  • Revolt risk value in Panjab -1

Province of Thrace — Not random

Conditions

  • Ottoman Empire exists
  • Country is controlled by AI
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Byzantine Empire owns Thrace
    • Ottoman Empire owns Thrace
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is sunni
    • Relations with Ottoman Empire are at 100 or higher

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

He is agitating to add Constantinople to the growing empire. We must acquiese.

Actions

A. We will hand it over

  • Cede Thrace to Ottoman Empire
  • +50 relations with Ottoman Empire
  • +50 gold

Province of Atlixco — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
  • The following must not occur:
    • Capital is on continent America

Will happen within 1 days of April 2, 1419
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)

Description

As the Europeans extended their rule in the Americas, the native economies and societies faced dramatic upheaval. The new masters would reduce the natives to serfdom, if not outright slavery, compounding the misery wrought by waves of epidemic disease. While destroying the native economy was not in the long-term interest of the state, there was no way to prevent the new masters from doing as they would.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Lose bailiff in Atlixco
  • Manufactory in Atlixco is destroyed

Province of Jalisco — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
  • The following must not occur:
    • Capital is on continent America

Will happen within 1 days of April 2, 1419
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)

Description

As the Europeans extended their rule in the Americas, the native economies and societies faced dramatic upheaval. The new masters would reduce the natives to serfdom, if not outright slavery, compounding the misery wrought by waves of epidemic disease. While destroying the native economy was not in the long-term interest of the state, there was no way to prevent the new masters from doing as they would.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Lose bailiff in Jalisco
  • Manufactory in Jalisco is destroyed

Province of Michoacán — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
  • The following must not occur:
    • Capital is on continent America

Will happen within 1 days of April 2, 1419
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)
unless prevented by
Action B of 18012 - Commercial Conflict in the Indian Ocean for Portugal

Description

As the Europeans extended their rule in the Americas, the native economies and societies faced dramatic upheaval. The new masters would reduce the natives to serfdom, if not outright slavery, compounding the misery wrought by waves of epidemic disease. While destroying the native economy was not in the long-term interest of the state, there was no way to prevent the new masters from doing as they would.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Lose bailiff in Michoacán
  • Manufactory in Michoacán is destroyed

Province of Saltillo — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
  • The following must not occur:
    • Capital is on continent America

Will happen within 1 days of April 2, 1419
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)

Description

As the Europeans extended their rule in the Americas, the native economies and societies faced dramatic upheaval. The new masters would reduce the natives to serfdom, if not outright slavery, compounding the misery wrought by waves of epidemic disease. While destroying the native economy was not in the long-term interest of the state, there was no way to prevent the new masters from doing as they would.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Lose bailiff in Saltillo
  • Manufactory in Saltillo is destroyed

Province of Tehuantepec — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
  • The following must not occur:
    • Capital is on continent America

Will happen within 1 days of April 2, 1419
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)

Description

As the Europeans extended their rule in the Americas, the native economies and societies faced dramatic upheaval. The new masters would reduce the natives to serfdom, if not outright slavery, compounding the misery wrought by waves of epidemic disease. While destroying the native economy was not in the long-term interest of the state, there was no way to prevent the new masters from doing as they would.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Lose bailiff in Tehuantepec
  • Manufactory in Tehuantepec is destroyed

Province of Tlaxcala — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
  • The following must not occur:
    • Capital is on continent America

Will happen within 1 days of April 2, 1419
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)

Description

As the Europeans extended their rule in the Americas, the native economies and societies faced dramatic upheaval. The new masters would reduce the natives to serfdom, if not outright slavery, compounding the misery wrought by waves of epidemic disease. While destroying the native economy was not in the long-term interest of the state, there was no way to prevent the new masters from doing as they would.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Lose bailiff in Tlaxcala
  • Manufactory in Tlaxcala is destroyed

Province of Zacatecas — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
  • The following must not occur:
    • Capital is on continent America

Will happen within 1 days of April 2, 1419
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)

Description

As the Europeans extended their rule in the Americas, the native economies and societies faced dramatic upheaval. The new masters would reduce the natives to serfdom, if not outright slavery, compounding the misery wrought by waves of epidemic disease. While destroying the native economy was not in the long-term interest of the state, there was no way to prevent the new masters from doing as they would.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Lose bailiff in Zacatecas
  • Manufactory in Zacatecas is destroyed

Province of Transylvania — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Transylvania is a national (core) province of Wallachia
      • Wallachia owns Transylvania
      • Wallachia controls Transylvania
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Transylvania is a national (core) province of Moldavia
      • Moldavia owns Transylvania
      • Moldavia controls Transylvania
  • Country is not at war
  • The following must not occur:
    • Hungary exists

Will happen within 2000 days of July 16, 1419
Checked again every 2000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Wallachia is traditionally considered to have been founded in 1290 by Radu Negru ('Ralph the Black'), a Romanian vaivode (military governor) of Fagaras in southern Transylvania. Basarab I (1330–52) defeated the Hungarian King Charles I Robert in 1330 and secured Wallachian independence. However, it proved short-lived. In 1391 Prince Mircea the Old (1386–1418) was obliged to pay tribute to the Turks, and in 1417 he acknowledged Ottoman suzerainty. Wallachia was allowed to retain its own dynasty, territory and religion but was obliged to pay tribute to the Sultan and act in accordance with his wishes. However, some of its subsequent princes revived Wallachia's resistance - notably Vlad III the Impaler ('Dracula') and Michael the Brave (1593–1601), who briefly united Wallachia with Moldavia and Transylvania. The German and Hungarian inhabitants were not really enthusiastic seeing themselves become part of a Romanian principality and losing their dominant position.

Actions

A. Great!

  • Culture in Transylvania changes to romanian
  • Create a religious revolt in a random province
  • Transylvania revolts
  • +5 victory points

Province of Bohemia — Not random

Conditions

  • Romanists exists
  • The following must not occur:
    • Hussites exists
  • The following must not occur:
    • Bohemia is a national (core) province

Will happen within 1 days of August 19, 1419
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1499)

Description

Finally the crusade against the heretic Hussites has succeeded and Bohemia was returned to catholicism. Prague is in our hands. Shall we turn over this city to Romanists?

Actions

A. Turn over Prague to Romanists

  • Cede Bohemia to Romanists
  • +50 victory points
  • +100 relations with Romanists
  • +100 relations with Papal States

B. Keep Prague

  • -300 relations with Romanists
  • Bohemia revolts
  • Bohemia revolts
  • Bohemia revolts
  • Bohemia revolts
  • Stability -3
  • +2 badboy

Province of The Azores — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • The Azores has religion pagan
  • Portugal owns The Azores
  • Portugal controls The Azores
  • Country is controlled by AI

Will happen within 1800 days of January 1, 1420
Checked again every 1800 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1650)

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • Fortress level in The Azores -1
  • Fortress level in The Azores +1

Province of Senegal — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Senegal has religion pagan
  • Portugal owns Senegal
  • Portugal controls Senegal
  • Country is controlled by AI

Will happen within 1800 days of January 1, 1420
Checked again every 1800 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1650)

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • Fortress level in Senegal -1
  • Fortress level in Senegal +1

Province of Cape Verde — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Cape Verde has religion pagan
  • Portugal owns Cape Verde
  • Portugal controls Cape Verde
  • Country is controlled by AI

Will happen within 1800 days of January 1, 1420
Checked again every 1800 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1650)

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • Fortress level in Cape Verde -1
  • Fortress level in Cape Verde +1

Province of Fernando Po — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Fernando Po has religion pagan
  • Portugal owns Fernando Po
  • Portugal controls Fernando Po
  • Country is controlled by AI

Will happen within 1800 days of January 1, 1420
Checked again every 1800 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1650)

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • Fortress level in Fernando Po -1
  • Fortress level in Fernando Po +1

Province of Pernambuc — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Pernambuc has religion pagan
  • Portugal owns Pernambuc
  • Portugal controls Pernambuc
  • Country is controlled by AI

Will happen within 1800 days of January 1, 1420
Checked again every 1800 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1650)

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • Fortress level in Pernambuc -1
  • Fortress level in Pernambuc +1

Province of Itaimas — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Itaimas has religion pagan
  • Portugal owns Itaimas
  • Portugal controls Itaimas
  • Country is controlled by AI

Will happen within 1800 days of January 1, 1420
Checked again every 1800 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1650)

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • Fortress level in Itaimas -1
  • Fortress level in Itaimas +1

Province of Zambezia — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Zambezia has religion pagan
  • Portugal owns Zambezia
  • Portugal controls Zambezia
  • Country is controlled by AI

Will happen within 1800 days of January 1, 1420
Checked again every 1800 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1650)

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • Fortress level in Zambezia -1
  • Fortress level in Zambezia +1

Province of Inhambane — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Inhambane has religion pagan
  • Portugal owns Inhambane
  • Portugal controls Inhambane
  • Country is controlled by AI

Will happen within 1800 days of January 1, 1420
Checked again every 1800 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1650)

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • Fortress level in Inhambane -1
  • Fortress level in Inhambane +1

Province of Ragusa — Not random

Conditions

  • Venice owns Ragusa
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Ragusa has religion sunni
    • Ragusa has religion shia
  • Event 338446 - Serbian Zeta for Ragusa has already occurred

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1420
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1810)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338447 - Northern Albania for Ragusa

Description

Venetian province of Albania Veneta contained the part of the Adriatic coast from the eastern borders of the Republic of Ragusa to and including the town of Durazzo in what is now northern Albania. These towns contained mixed but mostly romance-speaking population, result of Roman population that survived the settlement of Slavs but also settlers from Italy and Slavic and Albanian population romanized by their Venetian masters. Venice rarely had much control over the Slavic inland area they called Montenegro (Black Mountain), but whenever they did the center of power remained in the coastal towns and in the hands of this hybrid Dalmatian culture.

Actions

A. Scutari is ours again

  • Culture in Ragusa changes to dalmatian

Province of Ragusa — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Serbia owns Ragusa
    • Bosnia owns Ragusa
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Ragusa has religion sunni
    • Ragusa has religion shia

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1420
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1810)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338447 - Northern Albania for Ragusa

Description

Zeta or Duklja (Dioclea) was a region of mixed Serb and Albanian population. Strong immigration of Serbs during 13th and 14th century made Serbs the dominant population in this region. United by Orthodox faith, many Albanians were serbized, especially the noble families which owed fealty to Srebian rulers and used Serbian language in their courts.

Actions

A. Serbs rule in Skadar

  • Culture in Ragusa changes to slavonic

Province of Ragusa — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Albania owns Ragusa
      • Albania controls Ragusa
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Ottoman Empire owns Ragusa
      • Ottoman Empire controls Ragusa
      • The following must not occur:
        • Albania exists

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1420
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1820)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338450 - Cochin is lost for Cochin
Action A, B of 338445 - Portuguese aid the rebellious Raja of Cochin for Cochin
Action A of 260221 - Cochin Asks for Assistance for Portugal

Description

Serbs were the dominant culture in Northern Albania, which was a part of Zeta or Dioclea, until Ottomans brought Islam into the region. Albanian nobles were quick to adopt the religion of victorious Empire and Albanian people followed after them. Once great friends of Serbs, Albanians joined the Turks in repressions of Orthodox population. Most Serbs fled the region to the north while those who remained were mostly Albanized.

Actions

A. Albanians rule in Skhoder

Province of Holland — Not random

Will happen on November 19, 1421

Description

In the night between 18th and 19th November 1421 - the day of St. Elisabeth - a disastrous flood struck Southern Holland. A storm from the north west made the sea overflow the dykes and banks and literally drown the land between Zevenbergen, Geertruidenberg and Dordrecht. No less than 72 villages were flooded, among which 45 were forever lost to the water. Castles and churches were overbalanced, cattle and men drowned. All in all approximately 100000 people perished in the flood. The Biesbosch, a large swamp area, is a result of a disaster, and until the 16th century, the tops of churches, towers and city walls could be occasionally seen in its water.

Actions

A. What a tragedy

  • -2 base tax value in Holland
  • -1 base manpower in Holland

Province of Flandern — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Flandern
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Burgundy owns Flandern
    • France owns Flandern

Will happen within 7200 days of January 2, 1422
Checked again every 7200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1442)

Description

Jan van Eyck was the greatest artist of the early Netherlands school. He held high positions throughout his career, including court painter and diplomat in Bruges. So outstanding was his skill as an oil painter that the invention of the medium was at one time attributed to him, with his brother Hubert, also a painter. Van Eyck exploited the qualities of oil as never before, building up layers of transparent glazes, thus giving him a surface on which to capture objects in the minutest detail and allowing for the preservation of his colours.

Actions

A. Merveilleux!

  • Infrastructure tech investment: +50

Province of Yanam — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Yanam

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1425
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1450)

Description

After the breakup of the Kakatiya empire several of its feudatory states remained independent against the pressure of Muslim invasions from the north and west and Hindu expansion from the south and east. The Reddy Kingdoms of Kondavidu and Rajahmundry defended themselves fiercely, but eventually both were conquered during the wars between Orissa and Vijayanagar. Once conquered, these lands proved relatively easy to govern.

Actions

A. Their lands are ours

Province of Smyrna — Not random

Conditions

  • Country has at least 6 non-colonial provinces
  • The following must not occur:

Will happen within 360 days of January 11, 1430
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Since our nation has obtained hegemony in Asia Minor, the fragmented ghazi states are easy prey for us. Aydin, Mentese and Teke have just fallen to us.

Actions

A. Use the opportunity to grab some land

  • +3 base manpower in Smyrna
  • +6 base tax value in Smyrna

Province of Antalya — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 360 days of January 11, 1430
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Having consolidated our power in Anatolia, we can annex the Anatolian ghazi states one by one. Germiyan is the next to fall.

Actions

A. Annex them!

  • +3 base tax value in Antalya
  • +1 base manpower in Antalya

Province of Bale — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Bale has religion sunni

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1435
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1445)

Description

Islam has been spreading in eastern Africa with the strengthening of the Sultanate of Adal. So many Kingdoms in southern Ethiopia have converted to Islam that it can now be considered mostly Muslim region.

Actions

A. It cannot be prevented

  • Religion in Bale changes to sunni

Province of Awhaz — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Musha'sha' exists
  • The following must not occur:
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 5 days of January 2, 1435
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1500)

Description

The Musha'sha'ids were a Shiite movement, who proclaimed themselves to be the Manifestation or Precursor to the Expected One. If any foreign empire tried to keep control of the region between the Persian Gulf and Zagros Mountains, they likely would have found the Musha'sha'ids to be a bigger headache than the land was worth.

Actions

A. We do not desire such a headache!

B. What a headache

  • Awhaz revolts
  • Awhaz revolts
  • Awhaz revolts
  • Awhaz revolts
  • Revolt risk value in Awhaz +25
  • -1 base tax value in Awhaz
  • Religion in Awhaz changes to shia

Province of Awhaz — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338492 - Shiites in Musha'sha' for Awhaz has already occurred
  • The following must not occur:
    • Musha'sha' exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Safavid Empire exists
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 5 days of January 2, 1435
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1600)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338492 - Shiites in Musha'sha' for Awhaz

Description

With the rise of other Shiite powers, the Mush'sha'ids no longer seemed particularly revolutionary.

Actions

A. Talk about stagnation

  • Revolt risk value in Awhaz -25
  • +1 base tax value in Awhaz

Province of Valencia — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Valencia
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Aragon owns Valencia
    • Catalonia owns Valencia

Will happen within 600 days of February 2, 1435
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after February 2, 1445)

Description

During the 15th century the poetry in the old style of the provençal trobadours was still cultivated. But the new humanistic styles were gaining ground, thanks to the great italian influence. Ausiàs March was the first catalan poet to break radically with the ancient tradition, and he is considered one of the graetest european poets in the line of Petrarca and Chaucer.

Actions

A. Our culture has reached new heights!

  • Infrastructure tech investment: +75

Province of Holland — Not random

Conditions

  • Denmark exists
  • Sjælland is a center of trade

Will happen within 20 days of January 2, 1441
Checked again every 20 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1442)

Description

The Treaty of Copenhagen (or the Peace of Copenhagen) was signed in 1441 between the Hanseatic League and Holland. The accord was developed after Christopher of Bavaria crushed a great peasant uprising in Northern Jutland. The treaty broke the attempted monopoly of Baltic trading routes by the Hanseatic League. Even though Hanseatic trade regulations did not change, the Dutch (with their larger trading vessels) increased their control on herring fisheries, the French salt trade, and the Baltic grain trade. In short, the Baltic Sea was open and influenced by Dutch traders. The Hanseatic merchants eventually became middlemen whereby they transported bulk goods (i.e. lumber, grain, fish) from the Baltic and exchanged them for textiles and other finished products. The treaty did not affect the control of Hanse trading outposts in London, Bruges, Danzig, and Bergen. Based on the terms of the agreement, Dutch towns promised to pay or return twenty-two lost Prussian and Livonian ships. Moreover, the Dutch would pay 5,000 guldens to the Danish King to maintain their trading privileges in Denmark, as well as pay the damages they made to Wendish towns.

Actions

A. Sign it

  • +1 base tax value in Holland
  • -25 gold

B. Don't sign it

Province of Silesia — Not random

Will happen within 3 days of June 2, 1443
Checked again every 3 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1443)

Description

On 5th June 1443 Breslau was struck with earthquake with a strength which was estimated by historians bad and geologists as 6 on the Richter's scale. The epicenter was north of the city. The losses were quite significant.

Actions

A. How terrible

  • -500 population in Silesia
  • -1 base tax value in Silesia

Province of Palakimedi — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Bastar
  • Own Palakimedi

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1448
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1500)

Description

After the breakup of the Kakatiya empire several of its feudatory states remained independent against the pressure of Muslim invasions from the north and west and Hindu expansion from the south and east. The Velama Kingdoms of Debarkonda and Rajahkonda were able to play off foreign powers against each other, but eventually Muslim invasion forced them to become client states. Even after this occured the Velama attempted to regain their independence without much success.

Actions

A. Their lands are ours

Province of Silesia — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1450
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1455)

Description

At the end of medieval ages knights-robbers (German - Raubritter) became a serious social problem in Silesia and Lusatia. They put knight ideas aside and using their military skills they decided to make fortunes on criminal actions such as robberies, thefts and murders. Since this profession was relatively safe and very lucrative, whole families were making money this way and the profession was inherited by sons from fathers. Relatively dense network of castles and strongholds in Sudety mountains and its foothills was a perfect base for robberies. Individual bands amounted from few to even several dozens of persons. As they were mostly robbing merchants on trade routs it severely influenced trade incomes and trade exchange. How do we deal with them Sir?

Actions

A. Let local officials deal with them

  • -2 base tax value in Silesia
  • -500 population in Silesia
  • -1 base tax value in Sudeten
  • -200 population in Sudeten
  • Revolt risk value in Silesia +3
  • Revolt risk value in Sudeten +3
  • Stability -1
  • Event 338262 - Knights-robbers in Silesia defeated for Silesia will never fire

B. Aid local officials

  • -50 gold
  • -1 base tax value in Silesia
  • -300 population in Silesia
  • -1 base tax value in Sudeten
  • -100 population in Sudeten
  • Revolt risk value in Silesia +1
  • Revolt risk value in Sudeten +1
  • Event 338098 - Knights-robbers in Silesia defeated for Silesia will never fire

Province of Silesia — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is not at war
  • Stability is at 2 or higher
  • The following must not occur:
    • Hussites exists

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1450
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1474)

Description

Since XIV century Breslau was very important trading centre mainly due to its trade and cultural contacts with the most important trading centers in Europe and with Ruthenia and Constantinople. Hussites wars for a while stopped its development, but after they were finished the city quickly recovered and continued its development. The decline of the city as a trade centre started after the fall of Constantinople, when the interest in trading with the east decreased. Breslau until 1474 was also a member of the Hanseatic League.

Actions

A. Great!

  • +2 base tax value in Silesia
  • +1000 population in Silesia

Province of Sachsen — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1458
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1458)

Description

Around 1440 the largest tin deposits in Central Europe were discovered in the Saxon part of the Erz mountains. A mining village that later became the city of Altenberg was founded in 1451 and in 1458 the very profitable exploitation of the vast resources began. By the beginning of the 16th century, Altenberg's tin output had rosen to 4000 centners per annum.

Actions

A. Great!

  • +1500 population in Sachsen
  • +2 base tax value in Sachsen

Province of Johor — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Johor

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1460
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1500)

Description

Despite encroachment by the newly founded state of Malacca, the Kingdom of Johor would be able to survive as a southern Siamese vassal for a large part of the 15th century. However, when Siamese support was withdrawn, Johor fell.

Actions

A. Their lands are ours

  • +2 base tax value in Johor
  • +2 base manpower in Johor

Province of Odenburg — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • The following must not occur:
      • It is the year 1470 or later
      • Austria owns Austria
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Austria owns Odenburg
    • Hungary owns Odenburg

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1462
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Although part of Hungary, Odenburg became a focus of German settlement under a largely Magyar ruling class. German population became dominant in the middle of the 15th century.

Actions

A. OK

  • Culture in Odenburg changes to german

Province of Silesia — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1465
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1515)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338097 - Knights-robbers in Silesia for Silesia

Description

The knights-robbers, which were wreaking havoc in the trade routs in recent years are now defeated Sir! They are no longer a real threat to merchants and trade routs are much safer now and allow merchants to travel relatively safe. Our lands can now develop faster and people can become richer.

Actions

A. Knights-robbers in Silesia are defeated

  • +1 base tax value in Silesia
  • Revolt risk value in Silesia -1
  • +1 base tax value in Sudeten
  • Revolt risk value in Sudeten -1

Province of Silesia — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1480
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1530)
unless prevented by
Action B of 338097 - Knights-robbers in Silesia for Silesia

Description

The knights-robbers, which were wreaking havoc in the trade routs in recent years are now defeated Sir! They are no longer a real threat to merchants and trade routs are much safer now and allow merchants to travel relatively safe. Our lands can now develop faster and people can become richer.

Actions

A. Knights-robbers in Silesia are defeated

  • +2 base tax value in Silesia
  • Revolt risk value in Silesia -3
  • +1 base tax value in Sudeten
  • Revolt risk value in Sudeten -3

Province of Rhodes — Not random

Will happen on March 16, 1481

Description

In 1481, Rhodes was struck by a devastating earthquake.

Actions

A. Thy Will Be Done

  • -1000 population in Rhodes

Province of Valencia — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Valencia
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Aragon owns Valencia
    • Catalonia owns Valencia
    • Spain owns Valencia

Will happen within 120 days of February 2, 1490
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1490)

Description

In 1490 the first edition of the book 'Tirant lo Blanc' was published in València. The book had been written by Joanot Martorell and finished by his friend Martí Joan de Galba after his death. In it, the old chivalry ideals are reinterpreted in a more bourgeois manner, and the typical supernatural and magical elements of older chivalry adventure books are substituted by realism and a more humanistic scenario, and even by a certain degree of irony and autoparody. The 'Tirant lo Blanc' is one of the masterworks of catalan literature, and years later the spanish writer Cervantes (the author of the 'Don Quixote') qualified it as 'the best book in the world'.

Actions

A. A great book, indeed!

  • Stability +1
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +50

Province of Roussillon — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Castile owns Roussillon
      • Castile controls Roussillon
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Aragon owns Roussillon
      • Aragon controls Roussillon
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Spain owns Roussillon
      • Spain controls Roussillon
  • Country is not at war

Will happen within 90 days of January 1, 1497
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1505)

Description

Francisco Ramiro Lopez was more an artilleryman than an architect. He has been noticed by the King Ferdinand of Aragon during the Reconquista, by his use of powder during sieges, as much for blowing mines as for cannons. In 1496, soon after the French loot of the village of Salses at the border of Roussillon and its old Middle Age castle, Ferdinand ordered him to build a modern fortress. He built it from 1497 to 1503 using innovative principles, inspired from Italy, in order to protect the fortress from the artillery and to optimize the fire of the cannons from the castle. This fort was considered as impregnable with his 15m thick walls at the base. It was supposed to have a 3,000 men garrison (that it never had) and till our days it surprises us by its size, its short shape, its surrounding ditches, half-moons and counterscarps.

In 1503, Francisco Ramiro also participated to the construction of the military port of Collioure, at the Pyrenees feet, inspiring himself from his work in Salses. The castle of Salses, taken by the French in 1639, taken back in 1640 and once again conquered in 1642 would be later hardly improved by Sébastien Vauban's works. The fort lost of its importance after 1659 when the border went to the Pyrenean range.

If Francisco Ramiro Lopez' work has been an important step in military architecture, he never had the intuition of the earth ramparts. On the contrary, he preferred the systematic use of stones and mortar and it is in Italy, at Civita Vecchia in 1508, that the first earth bastion was built. So, later, it would be mainly Italians architects that Carlos V would use to build his fortresses.

Actions

A. Let us reinforce Roussillon

  • Fortress level in Roussillon +1
  • -150 gold
  • +5 victory points

B. Too expensive!

  • -10 victory points

Province of Aden — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1545)

Description

These Portuguese visitors envy the richness of our Kingdom. We cannot trust them.

Actions

A. All their bases belong to us!

B. Submit without a fight

Province of Aden — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1545)

Description

The Portuguese crusaders have conquered Aden. It will be too difficult to retake it from them.

Actions

A. There's no way we can retake it

  • Cede Aden to Portugal

Province of Cochin — Not random

Conditions

  • State religion is hindu
  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • Control Cochin
  • Portugal exists
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Cochin owns Cochin
    • The following must not occur:
      • Country has at least 2 non-colonial provinces

Will happen within 180 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1658)

Description

The Raja of Cochin desires his independence and he has enlisted the aid of the heathen Portuguese. What should we do?

Actions

A. Let our vassals take care of the Raja

B. Defy the Portuguese

  • Grant independence to Cochin
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Cochin for 120 months
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Portugal for 120 months
  • Start a war with Cochin
  • Start a war with Portugal
  • Stability +1
  • -100 relations with Portugal
  • Event 355002 - Fight for freedom for Cochin is triggered immediately
  • Event 338445 - Portuguese aid the rebellious Raja of Cochin for Cochin will never fire

Province of Cochin — Not random

Conditions

  • Portugal controls Cochin
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Tago is a national (core) province
    • Cochin owns Cochin
    • The following must not occur:
      • Country has at least 2 non-colonial provinces

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1660)
unless prevented by
Action A of 260221 - Cochin Asks for Assistance for Portugal

Description

We have lost control of Cochin to the Portuguese.

Actions

A. We are helpless

Province of Cochin — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is sunni
    • State religion is shia
    • State religion is buddhist
  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • Control Cochin
  • Portugal exists
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Cochin owns Cochin
    • The following must not occur:
      • Country has at least 2 non-colonial provinces

Will happen within 180 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1660)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 338449 - Portuguese aid the rebellious Raja of Cochin for Cochin
Action A of 338450 - Cochin is lost for Cochin
Action A of 260221 - Cochin Asks for Assistance for Portugal

Description

The Raja of Cochin desires his independence and he has enlisted the aid of the heathen Portuguese. What should we do?

Actions

A. Defy the Portuguese

  • Grant independence to Cochin
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Cochin for 120 months
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Portugal for 120 months
  • Start a war with Cochin
  • Start a war with Portugal
  • Stability +1
  • -100 relations with Portugal
  • Event 355002 - Fight for freedom for Cochin is triggered immediately
  • Event 338447 - Northern Albania for Ragusa will never fire

B. Let our vassals take care of the Raja

Province of Mascate — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Ormuz controls Mascate
    • Ormuz owns Mascate
  • The following must not occur:
    • Country has at least 6 non-colonial provinces
  • Event 18012 - Commercial Conflict in the Indian Ocean for Portugal has already occurred
  • Portugal controls Goa
  • Portugal owns Goa
  • Capital is on continent Asia

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1680)

Description

These Portuguese visitors envy the richness of our Kingdom. We cannot trust them.

Actions

A. All their bases belong to us!

  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Portugal for 600 months
  • Start a war with Portugal
  • Event 260055 - Al-Kharam is ours for Portugal will never fire

B. Submit without a fight

Province of Mascate — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Portugal owns Mascate
  • Portugal controls Mascate
  • Event 338276 - The Portuguese Covet Ormuz for Mascate has already occurred
  • Capital is on continent Asia

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1680)

Description

The Portuguese crusaders have conquered Al-Kharam. It will be too difficult to retake it from them.

Actions

A. There's no way we can retake it

  • Cede Mascate to Portugal

Province of Malacca — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1680)

Description

The Portuguese crusaders have conquered Malacca. It will be too difficult to retake it from them.

Actions

A. There's no way we can retake it

  • Cede Malacca to Portugal

Province of Malacca — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Malacca owns Malacca
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Oporto has been discovered by Europeans
    • Tago has been discovered by Europeans
    • Algarve has been discovered by Europeans
  • The following must not occur:
    • Country has at least 8 non-colonial provinces
  • Event 18012 - Commercial Conflict in the Indian Ocean for Portugal has already occurred
  • Event 260051 - Discovery of the Straits of Malacca for Portugal has already occurred
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Portugal owns Cochin
      • Portugal controls Cochin
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Portugal owns Goa
      • Portugal controls Goa
  • Capital is on continent Asia

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1680)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 60003 - The Portuguese covet Malacca for Malacca
Action A, B of 227003 - The Portuguese covet Malacca for Malacca
Action B of 18012 - Commercial Conflict in the Indian Ocean for Portugal

Description

These Portuguese visitors envy the richness of our Kingdom. We cannot trust them.

Actions

A. All their bases belong to us!

B. Submit without a fight

Province of Mossi — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 284025 - Jihad for Songhai has already occurred
  • The following must not occur:
    • Songhai owns Mossi
  • Songhai controls Mossi
  • Capital is on continent Africa

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1500
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after August 27, 1550)

Description

The emperor of Songhai declared a jihad on all infidels starting with the Mossi of the Yatenga. Songhai armies slaughtered thousands of people before taking all the children they could find. This lost generation was raised in Songhai as Muslims. Their loss was felt deeply by the Mossi.

Actions

A. What an atrocity!

  • -3000 population in Mossi
  • -1 base tax value in Mossi
  • -1 base manpower in Mossi
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Songhai for 360 months
  • Mossi revolts

Province of Mtawa — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 90 days of June 1, 1502
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1660)
unless prevented by
Action A of 18037 - Portuguese Settlement of Mozambique for Portugal

Description

In 1502 Vasco da Gama, on his second voyage to India, befriended the Sheik of the island of Mozambique and founded a Portuguese settlement there.

Actions

A. Damn Portuguese!

  • Cede Mtawa to Portugal

Province of Tortuga — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • State religion is pagan
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Innovativeness is at 5 or higher
      • It is the year 1500 or later
    • It is the year 1600 or later

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1503
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Gold has been discovered in Hispaniola at San Cristobal.

Actions

A. Awesome!

  • +125 gold
  • +1 base tax value in Tortuga
  • +150 population in Tortuga

Province of Iveria — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 254018 - Shiite Immigrants for Safavid Empire has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Flag [immigration] is set
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 50 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 50 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1560)

Description

Shia followers all over the Muslim world flocked to the new Safavid state. Many nations closed their borders to stem the population loss. Some resorted to violent tactics

Actions

A. And they go

  • -900 population in Iveria
  • Lose 1000 troops in Iveria
  • -25 relations with Safavid Empire

B. We'd rather kill them than see them leave

  • -400 population in Iveria
  • Iveria revolts
  • Trade tech investment: -25
  • -50 relations with Safavid Empire

Province of Daghestan — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 254018 - Shiite Immigrants for Safavid Empire has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Flag [immigration] is set
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 50 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 50 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1560)

Description

Shia followers all over the Muslim world flocked to the new Safavid state. Many nations closed their borders to stem the population loss. Some resorted to violent tactics

Actions

A. And they go

  • -900 population in Daghestan
  • Lose 1000 troops in Daghestan
  • -25 relations with Safavid Empire

B. We'd rather kill them than see them leave

  • -400 population in Daghestan
  • Daghestan revolts
  • Trade tech investment: -25
  • -50 relations with Safavid Empire

Province of Isfahan — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 254018 - Shiite Immigrants for Safavid Empire has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Flag [immigration] is set
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 25 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 25 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1560)

Description

Shia followers all over the Muslim world flocked to the new Safavid state. Many nations closed their borders to stem the population loss. Some resorted to violent tactics

Actions

A. And they go

  • -900 population in Isfahan
  • Lose 1000 troops in Isfahan
  • -25 relations with Safavid Empire

B. We'd rather kill them than see them leave

  • -400 population in Isfahan
  • Isfahan revolts
  • Trade tech investment: -25
  • -50 relations with Safavid Empire

Province of Iraq — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 254018 - Shiite Immigrants for Safavid Empire has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Flag [immigration] is set
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 25 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 25 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1560)

Description

Shia followers all over the Muslim world flocked to the new Safavid state. Many nations closed their borders to stem the population loss. Some resorted to violent tactics

Actions

A. And they go

  • -900 population in Iraq
  • Lose 1000 troops in Iraq
  • -25 relations with Safavid Empire

B. We'd rather kill them than see them leave

  • -400 population in Iraq
  • Iraq revolts
  • Trade tech investment: -25
  • -50 relations with Safavid Empire

Province of Aleppo — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 254018 - Shiite Immigrants for Safavid Empire has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Flag [immigration] is set
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 50 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 50 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1560)

Description

Shia followers all over the Muslim world flocked to the new Safavid state. Many nations closed their borders to stem the population loss. Some resorted to violent tactics

Actions

A. And they go

  • -900 population in Aleppo
  • Lose 1000 troops in Aleppo
  • -25 relations with Safavid Empire

B. We'd rather kill them than see them leave

  • -400 population in Aleppo
  • Aleppo revolts
  • Trade tech investment: -25
  • -50 relations with Safavid Empire

Province of Syria — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 254018 - Shiite Immigrants for Safavid Empire has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Flag [immigration] is set
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 25 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 25 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1560)

Description

Shia followers all over the Muslim world flocked to the new Safavid state. Many nations closed their borders to stem the population loss. Some resorted to violent tactics

Actions

A. And they go

  • -900 population in Syria
  • Lose 1000 troops in Syria
  • -25 relations with Safavid Empire

B. We'd rather kill them than see them leave

  • -400 population in Syria
  • Syria revolts
  • Trade tech investment: -25
  • -50 relations with Safavid Empire

Province of Basrah — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 254018 - Shiite Immigrants for Safavid Empire has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Flag [immigration] is set
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 50 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 50 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1560)

Description

Shia followers all over the Muslim world flocked to the new Safavid state. Many nations closed their borders to stem the population loss. Some resorted to violent tactics

Actions

A. And they go

  • -900 population in Basrah
  • Lose 1000 troops in Basrah
  • -25 relations with Safavid Empire

B. We'd rather kill them than see them leave

  • -400 population in Basrah
  • Basrah revolts
  • Trade tech investment: -25
  • -50 relations with Safavid Empire

Province of Trabzon — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 254018 - Shiite Immigrants for Safavid Empire has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Flag [immigration] is set
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 25 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 25 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1560)

Description

Shia followers all over the Muslim world flocked to the new Safavid state. Many nations closed their borders to stem the population loss. Some resorted to violent tactics

Actions

A. And they go

  • -900 population in Trabzon
  • Lose 1000 troops in Trabzon
  • -25 relations with Safavid Empire

B. We'd rather kill them than see them leave

  • -400 population in Trabzon
  • Trabzon revolts
  • Trade tech investment: -25
  • -50 relations with Safavid Empire

Province of Adana — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 254018 - Shiite Immigrants for Safavid Empire has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Flag [immigration] is set
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 25 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 25 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1560)

Description

Shia followers all over the Muslim world flocked to the new Safavid state. Many nations closed their borders to stem the population loss. Some resorted to violent tactics

Actions

A. And they go

  • -900 population in Adana
  • Lose 1000 troops in Adana
  • -25 relations with Safavid Empire

B. We'd rather kill them than see them leave

  • -400 population in Adana
  • Adana revolts
  • Trade tech investment: -25
  • -50 relations with Safavid Empire

Province of Sivas — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 254018 - Shiite Immigrants for Safavid Empire has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Flag [immigration] is set
    • State religion is shia

Will happen within 50 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 50 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1560)

Description

Shia followers all over the Muslim world flocked to the new Safavid state. Many nations closed their borders to stem the population loss. Some resorted to violent tactics

Actions

A. And they go

  • -900 population in Sivas
  • Lose 1000 troops in Sivas
  • -25 relations with Safavid Empire

B. We'd rather kill them than see them leave

  • -400 population in Sivas
  • Sivas revolts
  • Trade tech investment: -25
  • -50 relations with Safavid Empire

Province of Socotra — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1507
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1545)

Description

In 1507 the Portuguese under Tristão da Cunha captured Socotra with the intention of using it as a base to prey on Muslim merchant ships sailing to and from the Red Sea and the Malabar Coast.

Actions

A. Damn Portuguese!

  • Cede Socotra to Portugal

Province of Tortuga — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1509
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The gold mines are still producting at a high rate, but new deposits of gold haven't been found.

Actions

A. Great!

  • +125 gold

Province of Prussia — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Prussia is a national (core) province
    • Prussia exists
    • Teutonic Order exists
    • At least one of the following must occur:
      • Poland owns Prussia
      • Livonian Order owns Prussia
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Flag [TO_Lands] is set
      • Country is controlled by human
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1510
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1540)
unless prevented by
Action A of 209008 - Secularization of Prussia for Teutonic Order
Action A of 209012 - The Fate of the Teutonic Order for Teutonic Order
Action A of 366814 - The Fate of the Teutonic Order for Teutonic Order

Description

The Teutonic Order's presence in the Baltic region dates back to 1225 when Duke Conrad of Masovia asked the Teutonic knights to come and aid him against the Prussian pagans' raids. Having the backing of the Pope, the Holy Roman Emperor and the minor German states, the Teutonic Order rose up to become a major power in the southern Baltic coast. Now their lands are ours. Shall we give them back to the Order or keep them for ourselves?

Actions

A. Let's restore them

  • Grant independence to Teutonic Order
  • -5 badboy
  • +100 relations with Austria
  • +100 relations with Brandenburg
  • -50 relations with Poland
  • -50 relations with Lithuania
  • +100 relations with Stettin
  • -50 relations with Pomerania
  • +50 victory points
  • Set flag [TO_Lands] for events

B. We will keep Prussia!

  • +2 badboy
  • Stability -1
  • Set flag [TO_Lands] for events

Province of Goa — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 250 days of February 2, 1510
Checked again every 250 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1660)

Description

The treacherous Portuguese has captured the port of Goa, there is nothing we can do about it.

Actions

A. We are helpless

Province of Goa — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is sunni
    • State religion is shia
    • State religion is buddhist
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Oporto has been discovered by Europeans
    • Tago has been discovered by Europeans
    • Algarve has been discovered by Europeans
  • Event 18038 - The gates of India for Portugal has already occurred
  • Portugal exists

Will happen within 250 days of February 2, 1510
Checked again every 250 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1660)
unless prevented by
Action A of 18062 - The gates of India for Portugal

Description

The commander of the Portuguese navy demands Goa as the military base for their fleet. Should we give in to their demands, or refuse them and face consequences?

If we refuse and Portuguese take control of Goa by force, they may keep it for long...

Actions

A. Defy the Portuguese

B. Agree to vassalship

Province of Goa — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 250 days of February 2, 1510
Checked again every 250 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1660)
unless prevented by
Action A of 18038 - The gates of India for Portugal

Description

The Portuguese commander offers us weapons in exchange for land around the city of Goa to build their trade and military establishment. It would be a smart idea to accept it, in order to deliver a crushing blow to hated Muslims.

If we refuse and Portuguese take control of Goa by force, they may keep it for long...

Actions

A. Accept the offer

B. Refuse the offer and face the consequences

Province of Puerto Rico — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • State religion is pagan
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Innovativeness is at 5 or higher
      • It is the year 1500 or later
    • It is the year 1600 or later

Will happen within 120 days of January 1, 1513
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Gold was discovered around 1511 in significant quantities although it would take several years to increase production.

Actions

A. How handy!

  • +130 gold
  • +1 base tax value in Puerto Rico
  • +150 population in Puerto Rico

Province of Tortuga — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1513
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The gold mines are still producting at a high rate, but new deposits of gold haven't been found.

Actions

A. Great!

  • +125 gold

Province of Moron — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • State religion is pagan
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Innovativeness is at 5 or higher
      • It is the year 1500 or later
    • It is the year 1600 or later

Will happen within 120 days of January 1, 1516
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Gold was discovered near the towns of Santa Clara, Baracoa and Cienfuegos.

Actions

A. What a bizarre notion!

  • +50 gold
  • +1 base tax value in Moron
  • +150 population in Moron

Province of Tortuga — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1518
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Gold is becoming harder to extract at San Cristobal in Hispaniola.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • +100 gold

Province of Puerto Rico — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 120 days of January 1, 1518
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The gold mines are still producting at a high rate, but new deposits of gold haven't been found.

Actions

A. Let the good times roll!

  • +100 gold

Province of Silesia — Not random

Conditions

  • Silesia has religion catholic
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1520
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 30, 1525)

Description

In 1523 Jan Hess, former collaborator of Breslau's bishop Jan Turzon celebrated first protestant masses in the Mary Magdalene parish church in Breslau. On the same year the city officially turned to Protestantism.

Actions

A. Allow them to turn protestant

  • Religion in Silesia changes to protestant

B. Force them to stay catholic

  • Create a religious revolt in Silesia
  • -1 base tax value in Silesia
  • -1000 population in Silesia

Province of Kleves — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Münster
  • Control Münster
  • Own Kleves
  • Control Kleves
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Berg owns Münster
    • Cleves owns Münster

Will happen within 10 days of January 17, 1521
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1522)

Description

Johann II ruled the united Duchies of Kleve, Mark, Jülich and Berg from Düsseldorf, ancient capital of Berg, which had already been his residence as Duke of Jülich and Berg between 1511 and 1521. Thus Kleve, formerly the main city of Kleve-Mark, lost its importance.

Actions

A. Reside in Düsseldorf

  • Kleves will be considered a national province
  • Münster will be considered a national province
  • Move capital to Kleves
  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Cleves
  • +1 base tax value in Kleves
  • -1 base tax value in Münster

B. Reside in Kleve

  • Kleves will be considered a national province
  • Münster will be considered a national province
  • Move capital to Münster
  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Cleves
  • +1 base tax value in Münster
  • -1 base tax value in Kleves

Province of Bihar — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1522
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1524)

Description

During Buhlul Lodi's reign many Afghan Muslims migrated east to seek military service in Delhi. The son of one of these jagirdar (feudal vassals) was named Farid Sur, who quickly became renowned in Jaunpur for his mastery of Persian literature. In 1522 he entered the service of Bahar Khan Nuhani, the ruler of Bihar, who rewarded his ability by appointing him as deputy (vakil) and also the tutor of his son, Jalal Khan. It was then that Farid gained the title 'Sher Khan' for single-handedly slaying a tiger.

Actions

A. His capable deputy lessens our influence

  • Lose courthouse in Bihar
  • Set flag [Sher_Khan_Tale] for events

Province of Puerto Rico — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 120 days of January 1, 1523
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The gold mines are essentially depleted in Puerto Rico.

Actions

A. It was good while it lasted!

  • +50 gold

Province of Bandung — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Bandung has religion sunni

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1524
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

About this time much of Java began to convert to Islam, including Banten, Mataram and Central Java, and Surabaya.

Actions

A. Convert to Islam

  • Religion in Bandung changes to sunni
  • Bandung revolts

B. Keep old belief

  • Centralization -1

Province of Surabaja — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Surabaja has religion sunni

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1524
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

About this time much of Java began to convert to Islam, including Banten, Mataram and Central Java, and Surabaya.

Actions

A. Convert to Islam

  • Religion in Surabaja changes to sunni
  • Surabaja revolts

B. Keep old belief

  • Centralization -1

Province of Tortuga — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1526
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Not much left at San Cristobal in Hispaniola.

Actions

A. As we expected...

  • +40 gold

Province of Bihar — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [Sher_Khan_Tale] is set

Will happen within 60 days of January 2, 1527
Checked again every 60 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after May 2, 1528)

Description

The meteoric rise of Sher Khan brought unwelcome attention. Local Muslims coveted his position at court and poisoned the mind of the khan against the Afghani lord. The khan of Bihar stripped Sher Khan of his estate of Sasaram and Sher Khan left court in disgrace. Impressed by the success of Mughal arms, he made his way to Babur's camp and entered his service.

Actions

A. Rejoice! They exiled that capable man

  • +1 base tax value in Bihar

Province of Bihar — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [Sher_Khan_Tale] is set

Will happen within 500 days of January 2, 1528
Checked again every 500 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1531)

Description

Taj Khan, the lord of Chunar, was murdered by his eldest son for his infatuation with a younger wife, Lad Malika. This young widow married Sher Khan, the dictator of Bihar, giving him the fortress of Chunar as her dowry.

Actions

A. Sher Khan's influence grows

  • -1 base tax value in Bihar

Province of Bihar — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [Sher_Khan_Tale] is set

Will happen within 90 days of July 2, 1528
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1531)

Description

After serving in Babur's army for some time, Sher Khan returned to Bihar to once again become its deputy governor and guardian of his former pupil, Jalal Khan. With the death of his father the young King was the nominal ruler of Bihar, but in reality Sher Khan was the virtual head of state. Over the next four years he won over the army to his cause and elevated Bihar to a state of complete independence.

Actions

A. He has become a dictator

  • Lose cityrights in Bihar
  • Lose 1000 troops in Bihar

Province of Issas — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Issas
    • Adal owns Issas
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Afar (Issas)

  • -3000 population in Issas

Province of Bale — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Bale
    • Adal owns Bale
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Bale

  • -3000 population in Bale
  • -1 base tax value in Bale
  • -1 base manpower in Bale
  • Religion in Bale changes to sunni

Province of Gonder — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Gonder
    • Adal owns Gonder
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Damot (Gonder)

  • -2000 population in Gonder

Province of Afars — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Afars
    • Adal owns Afars
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Galgodon (Afars)

  • -1000 population in Afars

Province of Welo — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Welo
    • Adal owns Welo
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Gonder (Welo)

  • -3000 population in Welo
  • -1 base tax value in Welo

Province of Arsi — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Arsi
    • Adal owns Arsi
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Harar (Arsi)

  • -3000 population in Arsi

Province of Harerge — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Harerge
    • Adal owns Harerge
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Harerge

  • -3000 population in Harerge

Province of Kefa — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Kefa
    • Adal owns Kefa
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Kefa

  • -3000 population in Kefa
  • -1 base tax value in Kefa
  • -2 base manpower in Kefa
  • Religion in Kefa changes to sunni

Province of Ogaden — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Ogaden
    • Adal owns Ogaden
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Ogaden

  • -1000 population in Ogaden

Province of Shewa — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Shewa
    • Adal owns Shewa
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Shewa

  • -5000 population in Shewa
  • -2 base tax value in Shewa
  • -1 base manpower in Shewa

Province of Keren — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ethiopia owns Keren
    • Adal owns Keren
  • Ethiopia and Adal are at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1529
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1560)

Description

During the 30 years war between Adal and Ethiopia, both countries suffered a catastrophic depopulation due to war casualties, peasants abandoning the fields, famine, disease and widespread slavery by the part of Adal to cover the costs of the war.

Actions

A. Depopulation in Tigray (Keren)

  • -2000 population in Keren

Province of Malta — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Order of St. John exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
  • The following must not occur:
    • Venice owns Malta
  • None of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Spain owns Malta
      • Malta is a national (core) province of Spain
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Aragon owns Malta
      • Malta is a national (core) province of Aragon

Will happen within 100 days of January 1, 1530
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

When the Knights Hospitallers of Jerusalem were expelled from Rhodes in 1523, they wandered homeless in Italy at risk of disappearing, until Charles V offered them the island of Malta as their new home. They moved there in 1530, and defended it until 1798. As the current owner of Malta, the Grand Master of the Hospitallers is humbly requesting permission to move there to better fight defending the religion.

Actions

A. Help the Knights of St. John

  • Grant independence to Order of St. John
  • +50 relations with Papal States
  • -3 badboy

B. Military Orders are a thing of the past

  • -5 victory points

Province of Malta — Not random

Conditions

  • State religion is catholic
  • Order of St. John exists
  • Relations with Order of St. John are at 0 or higher
  • None of the following must occur:

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1530
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 10, 1798)

Description

The Order of St. John has shown interest in the acquisition of Malta. We could sell that worthless rock for 200 ducats and their vassalage. What shall we do?

Actions

A. We are interested

B. We are not interested

  • -10 relations with Order of St. John

Province of Tortuga — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1531
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Nothing left at San Cristobal.

Actions

A. As we expected...

  • -1 base tax value in Tortuga

Province of Puerto Rico — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 120 days of January 1, 1531
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

There's nothing left.

Actions

A. I couldn't have predicted this!

  • -1 base tax value in Puerto Rico

Province of Tago — Not random

Will happen on January 26, 1531

Description

On January 26, 1531 Lisbon was hit by an earthquake that killed between 20,000 and 30,000 people.

Actions

A. Earthquake

  • -5000 population in Tago
  • -1000 population in Tangiers
  • -500 population in Fez
  • -500 population in Toubkal

Province of Zacatecas — Not random

Conditions

  • Zacatecas has religion pagan
  • State religion is catholic

Will happen within 360 days of December 13, 1531
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after May 30, 1548)

Description

Horrified by the bloody pagan beliefs of the Aztecs, and wishing to impose Catholicism on their new subjects, the Spaniards systematically destroyed the Aztec temples. One of the hundreds of temples destroyed was the temple of the goddess Tonantzin, located on Tepeyac Hill. Tonantzin was a manifestation dedicated to childbirth of the Earth Mother (Coatlicue). In 1521 the Aztec Quauhtlatoatzin was baptized by Franciscans and named Juan Diego. Between December 9 and 12, 1531, the Virgin of Guadalupe appeared at Tepeyac Hill four times to him speaking in Náhuatl, and performed the miracle of growing Spanish roses in winter and imprinting her image in his apron. The natives identified this dark skinned Virgin, that spoke Náhuatl with the goddess Tonantzin. The possibility of fusing their pre-Hispanic beliefs with the new religion triggered the massive conversion of millions of Aztecs. The first chuch was built in Tepeyac in 1533, in what is today the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. She was declared Patron of Mexico in 1737 and chosen as symbol for the independence of Mexico in 1810. Juan Diego died on May 30, 1548 and was beatified in 1990 and canonized in 2002 by Pope John Paul II.

Actions

A. Blessed Holy Virgin

  • Religion in Zacatecas changes to catholic
  • Religion in Jalisco changes to catholic
  • Religion in Michoacán changes to catholic
  • Religion in Saltillo changes to catholic
  • Religion in Tampico changes to catholic
  • Religion in Tlaxcala changes to catholic
  • Religion in Atlixco changes to catholic
  • Religion in Tehuantepec changes to catholic
  • Religion in Tehuacan changes to catholic
  • Religion in Guatemala changes to catholic
  • Religion in Campeche changes to catholic
  • Religion in Yucatan changes to catholic
  • Religion in Rio Grande changes to catholic
  • Religion in Coahuilha changes to catholic
  • Religion in Mazatlan changes to catholic
  • Religion in Costa Rica changes to catholic
  • Religion in Honduras changes to catholic
  • Culture in Zacatecas changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Jalisco changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Michoacán changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Saltillo changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Tampico changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Tlaxcala changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Atlixco changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Tehuantepec changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Tehuacan changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Guatemala changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Campeche changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Yucatan changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Rio Grande changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Coahuilha changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Mazatlan changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Honduras changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Costa Rica changes to the primary state culture
  • Zacatecas will be considered a national province
  • Jalisco will be considered a national province
  • Michoacán will be considered a national province
  • Saltillo will be considered a national province
  • Tampico will be considered a national province
  • Tlaxcala will be considered a national province
  • Atlixco will be considered a national province
  • Tehuantepec will be considered a national province
  • Tehuacan will be considered a national province
  • Guatemala will be considered a national province
  • Campeche will be considered a national province
  • Yucatan will be considered a national province
  • Rio Grande will be considered a national province
  • Coahuilha will be considered a national province
  • Mazatlan will be considered a national province
  • Honduras will be considered a national province
  • Costa Rica will be considered a national province

Province of Moron — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 360 days of January 1, 1538
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The Cuban goldmines are totally exhausted. We'll have to rely on the odd nugget or two from now on.

Actions

A. It was to be expected.

  • -1 base tax value in Moron

Province of Krementjug — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Poland owns Krementjug
    • Lithuania owns Krementjug

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1540
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1620)

Description

During second half of XVIth century and at the beginning of XVIIth century Ukraine was intensively colonized by magnates. They offered peasants land in exchange for small rent, organizing defense against Tatars and not onerous dutes. However, these terms were offered for e.g. 20 years only. After this time has passed, many peasanst had been turned into serfs. This was an underlie of unrest and one of reasons why Khmelnitsky uprising had so huge initial successes.

Actions

A. OK

  • Culture in Krementjug changes to ruthenian

Province of Apulia — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action B of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Spanish model inquisition

  • -2000 population in Apulia
  • Religion in Apulia changes to catholic

Province of Apulia — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action A of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Moderate Inquisition

  • -1000 population in Apulia
  • Religion in Apulia changes to catholic

Province of Emilia — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action B of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Spanish model inquisition

  • -2000 population in Emilia
  • Religion in Emilia changes to catholic

Province of Emilia — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action A of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Moderate Inquisition

  • -1000 population in Emilia
  • Religion in Emilia changes to catholic

Province of Firenze — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action B of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Spanish model inquisition

  • -2000 population in Firenze
  • Religion in Firenze changes to catholic

Province of Firenze — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action A of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Moderate Inquisition

  • -1000 population in Firenze
  • Religion in Firenze changes to catholic

Province of Marche — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action B of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Spanish model inquisition

  • -2000 population in Marche
  • Religion in Marche changes to catholic

Province of Marche — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action A of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Moderate Inquisition

  • -1000 population in Marche
  • Religion in Marche changes to catholic

Province of Napoli — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action B of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Spanish model inquisition

  • -2000 population in Napoli
  • Religion in Napoli changes to catholic

Province of Napoli — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action A of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Moderate Inquisition

  • -1000 population in Napoli
  • Religion in Napoli changes to catholic

Province of Roma — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action B of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Spanish model inquisition

  • -2000 population in Roma
  • Religion in Roma changes to catholic

Province of Roma — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action A of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Moderate Inquisition

  • -1000 population in Roma
  • Religion in Roma changes to catholic

Province of Romagna — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action B of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Spanish model inquisition

  • -2000 population in Romagna
  • Religion in Romagna changes to catholic

Province of Romagna — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action A of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Moderate Inquisition

  • -1000 population in Romagna
  • Religion in Romagna changes to catholic

Province of Siena — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action B of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Spanish model inquisition

  • -2000 population in Siena
  • Religion in Siena changes to catholic

Province of Siena — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1542
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1546)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 236002 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for The Pope
Action A of 3548 - Reorganization of the Holy Inquisition for Papal States

Description

The Pope has decided to introduce in this province the Holy inquisition as a way to save the lives ot the Italian populations from the heretical doctrines coming from beyond the Alps. the Jesuits have already started to work at purging the least receptive subjects.

Actions

A. Moderate Inquisition

  • -1000 population in Siena
  • Religion in Siena changes to catholic

Province of Ulster — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ireland owns Ulster
    • Connaught owns Ulster
    • Ulster owns Ulster
    • Desmond owns Ulster
    • Leinster owns Ulster
  • England exists

Will happen on October 2, 1542

Description

The King of England wishes to bring the Irish leaders into a closer relationship with England. Therefore he has offered to give our noblemen English titles, making our Irish Kings English earls in exchange for swearing fealty to him. Accepting this offer might keep the English from trying to invade us all the time, but it will come at the cost of our freedom and the province of Ulster too if we can afford it. Do we accept?

Actions

A. Yes, freedom is a relative concept

B. No, the Emerald Isle will always be free!

Province of Brabant — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Brabant
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Burgundy owns Brabant
    • France owns Brabant
    • Austria owns Brabant
  • Innovativeness is at 2 or higher

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1543
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1544)

Description

Andreas Vesalius from Brussels is recognized as one of the founders of modern anatomy. The son of a court chemist studied in Paris, Leuven and Padua and published his main work, De humanis corporis fabrica, in 1543. In this revolutionary book, against traditional doctrines and the church's dogma, he stated that knowledge about the structure of the human body can only be gained from the human corpse. Authorities showed their approval of these teachings by employing Vesalius as court doctor in 1544, serving the country for his whole life. He died returning from a pilgrimage to Jerusalem on the greek island of Zakynthos.

Actions

A. Employ this brillant man

  • Infrastructure tech investment: +50
  • -30 relations with Papal States

B. Allow his book, but don't employ him

  • Infrastructure tech investment: +25
  • -10 relations with Papal States

C. Ban these heretic teachings

  • Innovativeness -1
  • +30 relations with Papal States

Province of Talca — Not random

Conditions

  • Spain owns Talca
  • The following must not occur:
    • Talca has religion pagan

Will happen within 100 days of January 1, 1544
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1556)

Description

The Mapuches or Araucanians that inhabited the Central-South part of Chile proved to be one of the most difficult native nations to conquer, given their war prowess and the lack of resources of the Spanish army in this remote area of the empire. The war of Arauco started in 1544, after the city of Santiago had been destroyed by chieftain Michimaloco. In response Pedro de Valdivia initiated a campaign to pacify the region, and was attacked at Quilacura. Despite his victory, he saw that the Araucanians were of great courage. After returning from Peru in 1550, Valdivia continued his campaigns until 1553, when he was defeated and captured by Lautaro and killed in torment. The Araucanian offensive continued with the destruction of Concepción in 1556.

Actions

A. Perhaps we shold have left the Mapuches alone

  • Talca revolts
  • Talca revolts
  • Revolt risk value in Talca +4

Province of Nampuia — Not random

Conditions

  • Portugal exists
  • Portugal owns Mtawa
  • Capital is on continent Africa

Will happen within 360 days of January 1, 1544
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1659)
unless prevented by
Action A of 260070 - Portuguese Settlement at Quelimane for Portugal

Description

In 1544 the Portuguese founded a trading station at Quelimane. Portugal used Quelimane as a starting point to expansion along the Zambezi river.

Actions

A. Damn Portuguese!

  • Cede Nampuia to Portugal
  • -100 relations with Portugal

Province of Lampang — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1545
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1546)

Description

In 1545 AD, Chiang Mai suffered a devastating earthquake.

Actions

A. OK

Province of Siena — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Country is the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire
    • At least one of the following must occur:
      • Lombardia is a claim province of Spain
      • Lombardia is a national province of Spain
    • Napoli is a national (core) province of Spain
    • Event 17351 - Sienese request for Spain has already occurred
    • Event 17354 - Sienese request for Austria has already occurred
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Spain owns Siena
      • Spain controls Siena
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Austria owns Siena
      • Austria controls Siena
  • The following must not occur:
    • Serfdom is at 1 or higher
  • France exists

Will happen within 70 days of January 1, 1549
Checked again every 70 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1551)

Description

In 1549 after increasing turmoil in Siena, the Spanish representative of the city, Don Diego di Mendoza, decided to build a fortress to ensure Spanish control of the territory. This decision was received with horror by the Sienese who begged with Charles V not to proceed. He refused, and several Sienese citizens in Rome received aid from French agents and collected an army. In 1552, as they marched on Siena the people revolted and threw out the Spanish troops, and an independent Siena took up a pro-French policy.

Actions

A. Alas!

  • Siena revolts
  • Siena revolts
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill -2 for 6 months
  • -1 diplomats
  • Lose 10000 troops in Siena
  • -25 relations with France
  • Grant independence to Siena

Province of Lincoln — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Lincoln has religion catholic
    • Lincoln has religion counterreform
    • Lincoln has religion protestant
    • Lincoln has religion reformed
    • Lincoln has religion orthodox

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1549
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1550)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338076 - Storm destroys the spire of Lincoln Cathedral for Lincoln

Description

Lincoln Cathedral has been the tallest building in the world since 1311 with its 160 m spire. It was the first building taller than the pyramid of Giza. From 1311 till 1884 a succesion of Christian churches would hold the title of tallest building (they lost it to the Washington monument). In 1549 a storm destroyed its spire, but the cathedral would remain the tallest cathedral without a spire till the present. Should the spire have been rebuild, Lincoln Cathedral would have kept the record till 1884.

Actions

A. Alas!

B. It shall be rebuilt

Province of Lincoln — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Lincoln has religion catholic
    • Lincoln has religion counterreform
    • Lincoln has religion protestant
    • Lincoln has religion reformed
    • Lincoln has religion orthodox

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1549
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1550)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 338071 - Storm destroys the spire of Lincoln Cathedral for Lincoln

Description

Lincoln Cathedral has been the tallest building in the world since 1311 with its 160 m spire. It was the first building taller than the pyramid of Giza. From 1311 till 1884 a succesion of Christian churches would hold the title of tallest building (they lost it to the Washington monument). In 1549 a storm destroyed its spire, but the cathedral would remain the tallest cathedral without a spire till the present. Should the spire have been rebuild, Lincoln Cathedral would have kept the record till 1884.

Actions

A. Alas!

Province of Holland — Not random

Conditions

  • State religion is catholic
  • All of the following must occur:
    • Netherlands owns Holland
    • Netherlands controls Holland

Will happen on June 15, 1550

Description

Calvinism swept through the Low Countries creating many zealous followers, who were swept up not only in religious reformation but nationalism as well.

Actions

A. Convert to Calvinism

  • Change religion to reformed
  • Stability +1
  • Serfdom -2
  • Aristocracy -2
  • Centralization -2

B. Remain Catholic

  • Stability -2
  • A random province revolts
  • Serfdom +1
  • Aristocracy +1
  • Centralization +1

Province of Khandesh — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1554
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1556)

Description

The rivalries between members of the Arghun dynasty in Sindh sent many scholars fleeing the chaotic conditions in 1554. Many of them found a new home in Burhampur, which became known for its scholarly ways.

Actions

A. We welcome them with open arms

  • Trade tech investment: +100
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +50
  • +500 population in Khandesh

Province of Andalusia — Not random

Will happen within 100 days of January 1, 1556
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1600)

Description

In 1555 silver was discovered at Guadalcanal, the first significant find of precious metals in the Iberian Peninsula since the turn of the millenium.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +124 gold
  • +1 base tax value in Andalusia
  • +750 population in Andalusia

Province of Shaanxi — Not random

Will happen on January 23, 1556

Description

The 1556 Shaanxi earthquake or Hua County earthquake is the deadliest earthquake on record, killing approximately 830,000 people. It occurred on the morning of 23 January 1556 in Shaanxi, China. More than 97 counties in the provinces of Shaanxi, Shanxi, Henan, Gansu, Hebei, Shandong, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangsu and Anhui were affected. A 520 mile-wide area was destroyed and in some counties, sixty percent of the population was killed. Most of the population in the area at the time lived in artificial caves in loess cliffs, many of which collapsed during the catastrophic occurrence, with great loss of life.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

Province of Tindore — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1558
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1558)

Description

Smallpox epidemic at Ternate.

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -500 population in Tindore
  • Lose 500 troops in Tindore
  • -1 base tax value in Tindore
  • -1 base manpower in Tindore

Province of Andalusia — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1559
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1600)

Description

Unfortunately, the silver at Guadalcanal proved to be cheap to process, but limited in quantity.

Actions

A. I knew it was too good to last!

  • +85 gold

Province of Kefa — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338125 - Kefa ravaged by war for Kefa has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1560
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The profound damage caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal left most of the provinces defenceless and depopulated. The opportunity was seized by a large group living in Kenya, that had a strong population pressure. They called themselves the Oromo, but were called Galla by the Ethiopians. Their society was based on an age-set system known as gada, by which all males born within an 8 year period were grouped together for the rest of their lives. This system, together with the luba, or warrior class, gave them a great military advantage, and neither Ethiopia, nor Adal were in conditions of presenting an effective defense against such threat. The Oromo, thus, completely wrecked both states, and their plundeing of crops and cattle caused yet another depopulation. However, the Oromo were profoundly divided in clans that fought each other, and were not concerned with establishing an empire or imposing their pagan beliefs.

Actions

A. Kefa attacked

  • -3000 population in Kefa
  • -1 base tax value in Kefa
  • -2 base manpower in Kefa
  • Centralization -1

Province of Bale — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338126 - Bale ravaged by war for Bale has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1561
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The profound damage caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal left most of the provinces defenceless and depopulated. The opportunity was seized by a large group living in Kenya, that had a strong population pressure. They called themselves the Oromo, but were called Galla by the Ethiopians. Their society was based on an age-set system known as gada, by which all males born within an 8 year period were grouped together for the rest of their lives. This system, together with the luba, or warrior class, gave them a great military advantage, and neither Ethiopia, nor Adal were in conditions of presenting an effective defense against such threat. The Oromo, thus, completely wrecked both states, and their plundeing of crops and cattle caused yet another depopulation. However, the Oromo were profoundly divided in clans that fought each other, and were not concerned with establishing an empire or imposing their pagan beliefs.

Actions

A. Bale attacked

  • -3000 population in Bale
  • -1 base tax value in Bale
  • -1 base manpower in Bale
  • Centralization -1

Province of Gonder — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338124 - Damot ravaged by war for Gonder has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1562
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The profound damage caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal left most of the provinces defenceless and depopulated. The opportunity was seized by a large group living in Kenya, that had a strong population pressure. They called themselves the Oromo, but were called Galla by the Ethiopians. Their society was based on an age-set system known as gada, by which all males born within an 8 year period were grouped together for the rest of their lives. This system, together with the luba, or warrior class, gave them a great military advantage, and neither Ethiopia, nor Adal were in conditions of presenting an effective defense against such threat. The Oromo, thus, completely wrecked both states, and their plundeing of crops and cattle caused yet another depopulation. However, the Oromo were profoundly divided in clans that fought each other, and were not concerned with establishing an empire or imposing their pagan beliefs.

Actions

A. Damot (Gonder) attacked

  • -2000 population in Gonder
  • -1 base tax value in Gonder
  • -1 base manpower in Gonder
  • Centralization -1

Province of Arsi — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338122 - Harar ravaged by war for Arsi has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1563
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The profound damage caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal left most of the provinces defenceless and depopulated. The opportunity was seized by a large group living in Kenya, that had a strong population pressure. They called themselves the Oromo, but were called Galla by the Ethiopians. Their society was based on an age-set system known as gada, by which all males born within an 8 year period were grouped together for the rest of their lives. This system, together with the luba, or warrior class, gave them a great military advantage, and neither Ethiopia, nor Adal were in conditions of presenting an effective defense against such threat. The Oromo, thus, completely wrecked both states, and their plundeing of crops and cattle caused yet another depopulation. However, the Oromo were profoundly divided in clans that fought each other, and were not concerned with establishing an empire or imposing their pagan beliefs.

Actions

A. Harar (Arsi) attacked

  • -2000 population in Arsi
  • -1 base tax value in Arsi
  • -1 base manpower in Arsi
  • Centralization -1

Province of Harerge — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338123 - Harerge ravaged by war for Harerge has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1563
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The profound damage caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal left most of the provinces defenceless and depopulated. The opportunity was seized by a large group living in Kenya, that had a strong population pressure. They called themselves the Oromo, but were called Galla by the Ethiopians. Their society was based on an age-set system known as gada, by which all males born within an 8 year period were grouped together for the rest of their lives. This system, together with the luba, or warrior class, gave them a great military advantage, and neither Ethiopia, nor Adal were in conditions of presenting an effective defense against such threat. The Oromo, thus, completely wrecked both states, and their plundeing of crops and cattle caused yet another depopulation. However, the Oromo were profoundly divided in clans that fought each other, and were not concerned with establishing an empire or imposing their pagan beliefs.

Actions

A. Harerge attacked

  • -2000 population in Harerge
  • -1 base tax value in Harerge
  • -1 base manpower in Harerge
  • Centralization -1

Province of Shewa — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338121 - Shewa ravaged by war for Shewa has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1563
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The profound damage caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal left most of the provinces defenceless and depopulated. The opportunity was seized by a large group living in Kenya, that had a strong population pressure. They called themselves the Oromo, but were called Galla by the Ethiopians. Their society was based on an age-set system known as gada, by which all males born within an 8 year period were grouped together for the rest of their lives. This system, together with the luba, or warrior class, gave them a great military advantage, and neither Ethiopia, nor Adal were in conditions of presenting an effective defense against such threat. The Oromo, thus, completely wrecked both states, and their plundeing of crops and cattle caused yet another depopulation. However, the Oromo were profoundly divided in clans that fought each other, and were not concerned with establishing an empire or imposing their pagan beliefs.

Actions

A. Shewa attacked

  • -2000 population in Shewa
  • -2 base tax value in Shewa
  • -2 base manpower in Shewa
  • Centralization -1

Province of Welo — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338120 - Gonder ravaged by war for Welo has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1564
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The profound damage caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal left most of the provinces defenceless and depopulated. The opportunity was seized by a large group living in Kenya, that had a strong population pressure. They called themselves the Oromo, but were called Galla by the Ethiopians. Their society was based on an age-set system known as gada, by which all males born within an 8 year period were grouped together for the rest of their lives. This system, together with the luba, or warrior class, gave them a great military advantage, and neither Ethiopia, nor Adal were in conditions of presenting an effective defense against such threat. The Oromo, thus, completely wrecked both states, and their plundeing of crops and cattle caused yet another depopulation. However, the Oromo were profoundly divided in clans that fought each other, and were not concerned with establishing an empire or imposing their pagan beliefs.

Actions

A. Gonder (Welo) attacked

  • -3000 population in Welo
  • -1 base tax value in Welo
  • -2 base manpower in Welo
  • Centralization -1

Province of Ogaden — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338119 - Ogaden ravaged by war for Ogaden has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1564
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The profound damage caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal left most of the provinces defenceless and depopulated. The opportunity was seized by a large group living in Kenya, that had a strong population pressure. They called themselves the Oromo, but were called Galla by the Ethiopians. Their society was based on an age-set system known as gada, by which all males born within an 8 year period were grouped together for the rest of their lives. This system, together with the luba, or warrior class, gave them a great military advantage, and neither Ethiopia, nor Adal were in conditions of presenting an effective defense against such threat. The Oromo, thus, completely wrecked both states, and their plundeing of crops and cattle caused yet another depopulation. However, the Oromo were profoundly divided in clans that fought each other, and were not concerned with establishing an empire or imposing their pagan beliefs.

Actions

A. Ogaden attacked

  • -1000 population in Ogaden
  • -1 base tax value in Ogaden
  • -1 base manpower in Ogaden
  • Centralization -1

Province of Ceram — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1564
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1564)

Description

Smallpox epidemic at Ambon.

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -500 population in Ceram
  • Lose 500 troops in Ceram
  • -1 base tax value in Ceram
  • -1 base manpower in Ceram

Province of Keren — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338116 - Tigray ravaged by war for Keren has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1565
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The profound damage caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal left most of the provinces defenceless and depopulated. The opportunity was seized by a large group living in Kenya, that had a strong population pressure. They called themselves the Oromo, but were called Galla by the Ethiopians. Their society was based on an age-set system known as gada, by which all males born within an 8 year period were grouped together for the rest of their lives. This system, together with the luba, or warrior class, gave them a great military advantage, and neither Ethiopia, nor Adal were in conditions of presenting an effective defense against such threat. The Oromo, thus, completely wrecked both states, and their plundeing of crops and cattle caused yet another depopulation. However, the Oromo were profoundly divided in clans that fought each other, and were not concerned with establishing an empire or imposing their pagan beliefs.

Actions

A. Tigray (Keren) attacked

  • -3000 population in Keren
  • -1 base tax value in Keren
  • -2 base manpower in Keren
  • Centralization -1

Province of Kefa — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338125 - Kefa ravaged by war for Kefa has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1565
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo soon started to take possession of the lands and resources abandoned due to the depopulation caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal. Central power in Ethiopia got restricted to the Northern Christian highlands, and disappeared all together in Adal.

Actions

A. Oromo settle in Kefa

  • +2000 population in Kefa
  • Centralization -1

Province of Bale — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338126 - Bale ravaged by war for Bale has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1566
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo soon started to take possession of the lands and resources abandoned due to the depopulation caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal. Central power in Ethiopia got restricted to the Northern Christian highlands, and disappeared all together in Adal.

Actions

A. Oromo settle in Bale

  • +3000 population in Bale
  • Centralization -1

Province of Cuzco — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
  • Cuzco has religion pagan
  • The following must not occur:
    • Inca Empire exists

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1567
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1680)

Description

The Inca cult of the sun was quite similar to the Catholic religion. They believed in a supreme god, practiced praying and forgiveness of sins by priests, and believed in an afterlife to be won after a just life. Moreover they were used to the cult of the sun being imposed over conquered cultures as a top layer. The Catholic Church of Perú therefore did not have much problem in being accepted as the supreme religion, even though from the first Council of Lima in 1551, it declared that nobody could be forced to convert. In the second Council of Lima in 1567, that was called to adapt to the Council of Trent, further measures to promote evangelization were taken. The use of aboriginal languages by priests was recommended, together with rules on how to enhance the dignity and moral customs of the natives, including personal hygiene recommendations. The third Council of Lima, carried out in 1582 under the direction of St. Toribio, resulted in the translation of the Catechism to quechua and aymara, and in a strong defense of the Indians against injustices. As a result of the Church efforts, by the end of the XVI century the Incas had been fully converted, at least in appearance.

Actions

A. Promote peaceful conversion

  • -2000 gold
  • Religion in Cali changes to catholic
  • Religion in Azuay changes to catholic
  • Religion in Guayaquil changes to catholic
  • Religion in Cajamarca changes to catholic
  • Religion in Huanuco changes to catholic
  • Religion in Ayacucho changes to catholic
  • Religion in Lima changes to catholic
  • Religion in Cuzco changes to catholic
  • Religion in Arequipa changes to catholic
  • Religion in Moquega changes to catholic
  • Religion in Arica changes to catholic
  • Religion in Atacama changes to catholic
  • Religion in Coquimbo changes to catholic
  • Religion in Taqari changes to catholic
  • Religion in Titicaca changes to catholic
  • Religion in Potosi changes to catholic
  • Religion in Tucuman changes to catholic
  • Religion in Montana changes to catholic
  • Religion in Atalaya changes to catholic
  • Religion in Manu changes to catholic
  • Culture in Cali changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Azuay changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Guayaquil changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Cajamarca changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Huanuco changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Ayacucho changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Lima changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Cuzco changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Arequipa changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Moquega changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Arica changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Atacama changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Coquimbo changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Taqari changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Titicaca changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Potosi changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Tucuman changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Montana changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Atalaya changes to the primary state culture
  • Culture in Manu changes to the primary state culture

Province of Gonder — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338124 - Damot ravaged by war for Gonder has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1567
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo soon started to take possession of the lands and resources abandoned due to the depopulation caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal. Central power in Ethiopia got restricted to the Northern Christian highlands, and disappeared all together in Adal.

Actions

A. Oromo settle in Damot (Gonder)

  • +3000 population in Gonder
  • Centralization -1

Province of Arsi — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338122 - Harar ravaged by war for Arsi has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1568
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo soon started to take possession of the lands and resources abandoned due to the depopulation caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal. Central power in Ethiopia got restricted to the Northern Christian highlands, and disappeared all together in Adal.

Actions

A. Oromo settle in Harar (Arsi)

  • +2000 population in Arsi
  • Centralization -1

Province of Harerge — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338123 - Harerge ravaged by war for Harerge has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1568
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo soon started to take possession of the lands and resources abandoned due to the depopulation caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal. Central power in Ethiopia got restricted to the Northern Christian highlands, and disappeared all together in Adal.

Actions

A. Oromo settle in Harerge

  • +2000 population in Harerge
  • Centralization -1

Province of Shewa — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338121 - Shewa ravaged by war for Shewa has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1568
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo soon started to take possession of the lands and resources abandoned due to the depopulation caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal. Central power in Ethiopia got restricted to the Northern Christian highlands, and disappeared all together in Adal.

Actions

A. Oromo settle in Shewa

  • +4000 population in Shewa
  • Centralization -1

Province of Welo — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338120 - Gonder ravaged by war for Welo has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1569
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo soon started to take possession of the lands and resources abandoned due to the depopulation caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal. Central power in Ethiopia got restricted to the Northern Christian highlands, and disappeared all together in Adal.

Actions

A. Oromo settle in Gonder (Welo)

  • +3000 population in Welo
  • Centralization -1

Province of Ogaden — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338119 - Ogaden ravaged by war for Ogaden has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1569
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo soon started to take possession of the lands and resources abandoned due to the depopulation caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal. Central power in Ethiopia got restricted to the Northern Christian highlands, and disappeared all together in Adal.

Actions

A. Oromo settle in Ogaden

  • +1000 population in Ogaden
  • Centralization -1

Province of Kefa — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338136 - Oromo infiltration in Kefa for Kefa has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1570
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo were so numerous that they changed the nature of the country. Some areas like Sidame or the Christian highlands resisted better their invasion, but others were completely overcome. Today, 40 percent of Ethiopians are Oromo.

Actions

A. Oromo change Kefa

  • +4000 population in Kefa
  • Religion in Kefa changes to pagan

Province of Keren — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338116 - Tigray ravaged by war for Keren has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1570
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo soon started to take possession of the lands and resources abandoned due to the depopulation caused by the war between Ethiopia and Adal. Central power in Ethiopia got restricted to the Northern Christian highlands, and disappeared all together in Adal.

Actions

A. Oromo settle in Tigray (Keren)

  • +4000 population in Keren
  • Centralization -1

Province of Bale — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338137 - Oromo infiltration in Bale for Bale has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1571
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo were so numerous that they changed the nature of the country. Some areas like Sidame or the Christian highlands resisted better their invasion, but others were completely overcome. Today, 40 percent of Ethiopians are Oromo.

Actions

A. Oromo change Bale

  • +4000 population in Bale
  • Religion in Bale changes to pagan
  • Culture in Bale changes to swahili

Province of Gonder — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338138 - Oromo infiltration in Damot for Gonder has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1572
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo were so numerous that they changed the nature of the country. Some areas like Sidame or the Christian highlands resisted better their invasion, but others were completely overcome. Today, 40 percent of Ethiopians are Oromo.

Actions

A. Oromo change Damot (Gonder)

  • +4000 population in Gonder
  • Religion in Gonder changes to pagan
  • Culture in Gonder changes to swahili

Province of Arsi — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338140 - Oromo infiltration in Harar for Arsi has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1573
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo were so numerous that they changed the nature of the country. Some areas like Sidame or the Christian highlands resisted better their invasion, but others were completely overcome. Today, 40 percent of Ethiopians are Oromo.

Actions

A. Oromo change Harar (Arsi)

  • +2000 population in Arsi
  • Religion in Arsi changes to pagan
  • Culture in Arsi changes to swahili

Province of Harerge — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338141 - Oromo infiltration in Harerge for Harerge has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1573
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo were so numerous that they changed the nature of the country. Some areas like Sidame or the Christian highlands resisted better their invasion, but others were completely overcome. Today, 40 percent of Ethiopians are Oromo.

Actions

A. Oromo change Harerge

  • +3000 population in Harerge
  • Religion in Harerge changes to pagan
  • Culture in Harerge changes to swahili

Province of Shewa — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338139 - Oromo infiltration in Shewa for Shewa has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1573
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo were so numerous that they changed the nature of the country. Some areas like Sidame or the Christian highlands resisted better their invasion, but others were completely overcome. Today, 40 percent of Ethiopians are Oromo.

Actions

A. More Oromo in Shewa

  • +5000 population in Shewa

Province of Ogaden — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338142 - Oromo infiltration in Ogaden for Ogaden has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1574
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo were so numerous that they changed the nature of the country. Some areas like Sidame or the Christian highlands resisted better their invasion, but others were completely overcome. Today, 40 percent of Ethiopians are Oromo.

Actions

A. Oromo change Ogaden

  • +1000 population in Ogaden
  • Religion in Ogaden changes to pagan
  • Culture in Ogaden changes to swahili

Province of Welo — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338143 - Oromo infiltration in Gonder for Welo has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1574
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo were so numerous that they changed the nature of the country. Some areas like Sidame or the Christian highlands resisted better their invasion, but others were completely overcome. Today, 40 percent of Ethiopians are Oromo.

Actions

A. More Oromo in Gonder (Welo)

  • +4000 population in Welo

Province of Keren — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338144 - Oromo infiltration in Tigray for Keren has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1575
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

The Oromo were so numerous that they changed the nature of the country. Some areas like Sidame or the Christian highlands resisted better their invasion, but others were completely overcome. Today, 40 percent of Ethiopians are Oromo.

Actions

A. More Oromo in Tigray (Keren)

  • +4000 population in Keren

Province of Veneto — Not random

Will happen within 720 days of January 2, 1575
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1577)

Description

In the XVIth century if the city was losing its central role politically, demographically it was continually expanding. With over 175,000 inhabitants it was one of the most densely-populated cities in the world. Venice, being protected by the lagoon and because of its merchant nature, had recurrent pestilences, and drinking water was so scarce in the city and of such bad quality, that those that could afford it drank almost exclusively watered wine. The nobility took refuge in their villas in Terraferma when pestilences hit, while most Doges made a point of honor to remain in the city, and several of them died of plagues. In the three years between 1575 and 1577 the Serenissima was tormented by the plague: aided by the high density of the population, the disease spread through the city, causing terrible losses, with a dramatic new outbreak in the summer of the second year. Almost 50,000 died, which was more than a third of the city's inhabitants. Due mainly to promiscuity and precarious living conditions, the disease spread almost exclusively among the poorer classes. Initially the seriousness of the epidemic was played down, but as the disease spread the government was forced to adopt extreme hygiene and sanitary regulations which helped to eradicate the disease after the first dramatic months. The Senate decided that the Doge should announce the vow to erect a church dedicated to the Redentore (Redeemer), in return for help in ending the plague. With the plague not yet officially eradicated, the first stone of Palladio's votive church was laid. On 13 July 1577 the plague was declared definitively over and it was decided that the city's liberation from the terrible disease should be celebrated on the third Sunday in July for years to come.

Actions

A. Let's build a votive church

  • -5000 population in Veneto
  • -1 base manpower in Veneto
  • Lose 2000 troops in Veneto
  • Event 326033 - Death in Venice for Venice is triggered immediately

Province of Liaotung — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Liaotung
  • The following must not occur:
    • Manchus controls Liaotung

Will happen within 30 days of December 31, 1581
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1592)

Description

In 1582, the father, Taksi, and grandfather, Giocangga, of future Manchu khan Nurhaci were killed in an attack on Gure (Liaoning province) by a rival Jurchen chieftain Nikan Wailan ("Nikan Wailan" means "Secretary of Chinese people" in Jurchen language, thus his existence is suspected by some historians.) while being led by Li Chengliang. The following year, Nurhaci began to unify the Jurchen bands around his area. In 1584, when he was 25, he attacked Nikan Wailan at Tulun (village in Liaoning too) to avenge the deaths of his father and grandfather, who are said to have left him nothing but thirteen suits of armor. Nikan Wailan fled away to Erhun, which got attacked by Nurhaci again in 1587. Nikan Wailan this time fled to Li Chengliang's territory. Later, as a way to build relationship, Li gave Nikan Wailan to Nurhaci, who beheaded Nikan Wailan immediately. With Li's support, Nurhaci gradually grew his strength in the following years.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Liaotung revolts
  • -10 relations with Manchus

Province of Sahara — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 180 days of January 2, 1582
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1614)
unless prevented by
Action B of 260917 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Portugal
Action B of 3167 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Spain

Description

Spanish tolerance for the Muslims in their midst had steadily been declining over the course of the 16th Century. The rise of Ottoman power in the Balkans and North Africa exacerbated the problem by creating a real security risk for the Christian Kings of Spain as there were numerous instances where Spanish Muslims aided Turkish pirates in their slaving raids on Christian villages in Spain. After the Alpujarras Revolt of 1568-70 and the failure of the consequent dispersion of the Mudejars throughout Spain to better integrate the Mudejars into Spanish society, the Kings of Spain were determined to end the Moorish problem for once and for all. But not until Spain was at peace would the Kingdom be able to muster the troops and ships required to expel the Mudejars from Spanish soil. The Twelve-Year Truce with the Dutch rebels in 1609 finally allowed Felipe III to put his plan into action.

Actions

A. This is a Black Day for Islam!

  • +4000 population in a random province
  • Trade tech investment: +200
  • Land tech investment: +200
  • +1 merchants
  • +85 gold

Province of Toubkal — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 180 days of January 2, 1582
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1614)
unless prevented by
Action B of 260917 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Portugal
Action B of 3167 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Spain

Description

Spanish tolerance for the Muslims in their midst had steadily been declining over the course of the 16th Century. The rise of Ottoman power in the Balkans and North Africa exacerbated the problem by creating a real security risk for the Christian Kings of Spain as there were numerous instances where Spanish Muslims aided Turkish pirates in their slaving raids on Christian villages in Spain. After the Alpujarras Revolt of 1568-70 and the failure of the consequent dispersion of the Mudejars throughout Spain to better integrate the Mudejars into Spanish society, the Kings of Spain were determined to end the Moorish problem for once and for all. But not until Spain was at peace would the Kingdom be able to muster the troops and ships required to expel the Mudejars from Spanish soil. The Twelve-Year Truce with the Dutch rebels in 1609 finally allowed Felipe III to put his plan into action.

Actions

A. This is a Black Day for Islam!

  • +4000 population in a random province
  • Trade tech investment: +200
  • Land tech investment: +200
  • +1 merchants
  • +85 gold

Province of Tangiers — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 180 days of January 2, 1582
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1614)
unless prevented by
Action B of 260917 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Portugal
Action B of 3167 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Spain

Description

Spanish tolerance for the Muslims in their midst had steadily been declining over the course of the 16th Century. The rise of Ottoman power in the Balkans and North Africa exacerbated the problem by creating a real security risk for the Christian Kings of Spain as there were numerous instances where Spanish Muslims aided Turkish pirates in their slaving raids on Christian villages in Spain. After the Alpujarras Revolt of 1568-70 and the failure of the consequent dispersion of the Mudejars throughout Spain to better integrate the Mudejars into Spanish society, the Kings of Spain were determined to end the Moorish problem for once and for all. But not until Spain was at peace would the Kingdom be able to muster the troops and ships required to expel the Mudejars from Spanish soil. The Twelve-Year Truce with the Dutch rebels in 1609 finally allowed Felipe III to put his plan into action.

Actions

A. This is a Black Day for Islam!

  • +4000 population in a random province
  • Trade tech investment: +200
  • Land tech investment: +200
  • +1 merchants
  • +85 gold

Province of Fez — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 180 days of January 2, 1582
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1614)
unless prevented by
Action B of 260917 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Portugal
Action B of 3167 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Spain

Description

Spanish tolerance for the Muslims in their midst had steadily been declining over the course of the 16th Century. The rise of Ottoman power in the Balkans and North Africa exacerbated the problem by creating a real security risk for the Christian Kings of Spain as there were numerous instances where Spanish Muslims aided Turkish pirates in their slaving raids on Christian villages in Spain. After the Alpujarras Revolt of 1568-70 and the failure of the consequent dispersion of the Mudejars throughout Spain to better integrate the Mudejars into Spanish society, the Kings of Spain were determined to end the Moorish problem for once and for all. But not until Spain was at peace would the Kingdom be able to muster the troops and ships required to expel the Mudejars from Spanish soil. The Twelve-Year Truce with the Dutch rebels in 1609 finally allowed Felipe III to put his plan into action.

Actions

A. This is a Black Day for Islam!

  • +5000 population in a random province
  • Trade tech investment: +200
  • Land tech investment: +200
  • +1 merchants
  • +85 gold

Province of Orania — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 180 days of January 2, 1582
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1614)
unless prevented by
Action B of 260917 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Portugal
Action B of 3167 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Spain

Description

Spanish tolerance for the Muslims in their midst had steadily been declining over the course of the 16th Century. The rise of Ottoman power in the Balkans and North Africa exacerbated the problem by creating a real security risk for the Christian Kings of Spain as there were numerous instances where Spanish Muslims aided Turkish pirates in their slaving raids on Christian villages in Spain. After the Alpujarras Revolt of 1568-70 and the failure of the consequent dispersion of the Mudejars throughout Spain to better integrate the Mudejars into Spanish society, the Kings of Spain were determined to end the Moorish problem for once and for all. But not until Spain was at peace would the Kingdom be able to muster the troops and ships required to expel the Mudejars from Spanish soil. The Twelve-Year Truce with the Dutch rebels in 1609 finally allowed Felipe III to put his plan into action.

Actions

A. This is a Black Day for Islam!

  • +5500 population in a random province
  • Trade tech investment: +200
  • Land tech investment: +200
  • +1 merchants
  • +85 gold

Province of Al Djazair — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 180 days of January 2, 1582
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1614)
unless prevented by
Action B of 260917 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Portugal
Action B of 3167 - The Expulsion of the Morisques for Spain

Description

Spanish tolerance for the Muslims in their midst had steadily been declining over the course of the 16th Century. The rise of Ottoman power in the Balkans and North Africa exacerbated the problem by creating a real security risk for the Christian Kings of Spain as there were numerous instances where Spanish Muslims aided Turkish pirates in their slaving raids on Christian villages in Spain. After the Alpujarras Revolt of 1568-70 and the failure of the consequent dispersion of the Mudejars throughout Spain to better integrate the Mudejars into Spanish society, the Kings of Spain were determined to end the Moorish problem for once and for all. But not until Spain was at peace would the Kingdom be able to muster the troops and ships required to expel the Mudejars from Spanish soil. The Twelve-Year Truce with the Dutch rebels in 1609 finally allowed Felipe III to put his plan into action.

Actions

A. This is a Black Day for Islam!

  • +4000 population in a random province
  • Trade tech investment: +200
  • Land tech investment: +200
  • +1 merchants
  • +85 gold

Province of Friesen — Not random

Conditions

  • Netherlands exists
  • The following must not occur:
    • Friesland exists
  • The following must not occur:

Will happen within 120 days of January 2, 1585
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1648)
unless prevented by
Action A of 171008 - Province Language status for Friesland

Description

The rise of Holland as the dominant part of the Netherlands, and its language, Dutch, marked the end for the frisian language in the countryside of Friesland.

Actions

A. Linguistic change

Province of Mtawa — Not random

Will happen within 100 days of February 2, 1585
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1585)

Description

The migration of the Zimba tribesmen, almost certainly a branch of the Maravai, from Central Africa to the lands south of the Zambezi River was repelled by the forces of Monomotapa, but they forced other tribes in turn to move into the hinterland of Mozambique Island where they defeated a Portuguese expedition determined to regain access to the mainland farms. Eventually the Portuguese came to an accomodation with the migrants.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Mtawa revolts

Province of Lindi — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 360 days of February 2, 1586
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1587)

Description

The migration of the Zimba tribesmen, almost certainly a branch of the Maravai, from Central Africa to the lands south of the Zambezi River was repelled by the forces of Monomotapa, so they turned north, sacking Kilwa and Mombasa before being destroyed near Malinidi by a force of Segeju tribesmen in Portuguese pay.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Lindi revolts
  • Lindi revolts

Province of Bandung — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1587
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1587)

Description

Mount Merapi erupted.

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -500 population in Bandung
  • Lose 500 troops in Bandung
  • -1 base tax value in Bandung
  • -1 base manpower in Bandung

Province of Rufiji — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 360 days of February 2, 1587
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1588)

Description

The migration of the Zimba tribesmen, almost certainly a branch of the Maravai, from Central Africa to the lands south of the Zambezi River was repelled by the forces of Monomotapa, so they turned north, sacking Kilwa and Mombasa before being destroyed near Malinidi by a force of Segeju tribesmen in Portuguese pay.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Rufiji revolts
  • Rufiji revolts

Province of Andalusia — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1588
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1600)

Description

By 1588 only paltry amounts of silver could be found at Guadalcanal.

Actions

A. Oh, well...

  • -1 base tax value in Andalusia
  • -750 population in Andalusia

Province of Tanga — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 360 days of February 2, 1588
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1588)

Description

The migration of the Zimba tribesmen, almost certainly a branch of the Maravai, from Central Africa to the lands south of the Zambezi River was repelled by the forces of Monomotapa, so they turned north, sacking Kilwa and Mombasa before being destroyed near Malinidi by a force of Segeju tribesmen in Portuguese pay.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Tanga revolts
  • Tanga revolts

Province of Mombasa — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 360 days of February 2, 1589
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1590)

Description

The migration of the Zimba tribesmen, almost certainly a branch of the Maravai, from Central Africa to the lands south of the Zambezi River was repelled by the forces of Monomotapa, so they turned north, sacking Kilwa and Mombasa before being destroyed near Malinidi by a force of Segeju tribesmen in Portuguese pay.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Mombasa revolts
  • Mombasa revolts

Province of Kenya — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 100 days of February 2, 1590
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1590)

Description

The migration of the Zimba tribesmen, almost certainly a branch of the Maravai, from Central Africa to the lands south of the Zambezi River was repelled by the forces of Monomotapa, so they turned north, sacking Kilwa and Mombasa before being destroyed near Malinidi by a force of Segeju tribesmen in Portuguese pay.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Kenya revolts

Province of Talca — Not random

Conditions

  • Spain owns Talca
  • The following must not occur:
    • Talca has religion pagan

Will happen within 100 days of January 1, 1592
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1605)

Description

In 1592 a new governor, Martín García Óñez de Loyola arrived an started offering peace treaties to the always rebellious Araucanians. They interpreted it as a sign of weakness and started a general rebellion. The governor was defeated at Curalaba and beheaded, and the Spaniards had to retreat North of the Bio-Bio River. The city of Valdivia was abandoned and burnt by the Araucanians. Alonso de Ribera, a veteran of the Tercios, took up the defense and established a fortified line of defense at the Bio-Bio River.

Actions

A. Perhaps we shold have left the Mapuches alone

  • Talca revolts
  • Talca revolts
  • Revolt risk value in Talca +3

Province of Banat — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Transylvania is a national (core) province of Wallachia
      • Wallachia owns Transylvania
      • Wallachia controls Transylvania
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Moldavia owns Transylvania
      • Moldavia controls Transylvania
  • The following must not occur:
    • Hungary exists
  • Stability is at 1 or higher

Will happen within 1500 days of January 2, 1593
Checked again every 1500 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With our conquest of the Banat of Temesvar, the Romanian minority already living there mostly as serfs together with new settlers could shift the balance of power between the inhabitants over the years - however that would cause unrest among the magyar or slavonic inhabitants of the area. Should we try to maintain a balance between the people living there or should we push for Romanian dominance in the area?

Actions

A. Try to maintain a balance

  • +25 relations with Ottoman Empire
  • +25 gold

B. Wonderful!

  • Culture in Banat changes to romanian
  • Create a religious revolt in a random province
  • Banat revolts
  • +5 victory points

Province of Mossi — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Mossi
  • -2 base tax value in Mossi
  • -1 base manpower in Mossi
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Mossi

Province of Say — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Say
  • -2 base tax value in Say
  • -1 base manpower in Say
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Say

Province of Palanas — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. It is the end of the world!

  • -5000 population in Palanas
  • -2 base tax value in Palanas
  • -1 base manpower in Palanas
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Palanas

Province of Begho — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Begho
  • -2 base tax value in Begho
  • -1 base manpower in Begho
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Begho

Province of Awdaghost — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Awdaghost
  • -2 base tax value in Awdaghost
  • -1 base manpower in Awdaghost
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Awdaghost

Province of Walata — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Walata
  • -2 base tax value in Walata
  • -20 mine value in Walata
  • -1 base manpower in Walata
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Walata

Province of Jenné — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Jenné
  • -20 mine value in Jenné
  • -2 base tax value in Jenné
  • -3 national manpower
  • -1 base manpower in Jenné
  • Lose bailiff in Jenné

Province of Segu — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Segu
  • -2 base tax value in Segu
  • -1 base manpower in Segu
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Segu

Province of Niani — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Niani
  • -2 base tax value in Niani
  • -1 base manpower in Niani
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Niani

Province of Buré — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Buré
  • -2 base tax value in Buré
  • -1 base manpower in Buré
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Buré

Province of Timbuktu — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • The following must not occur:
        • Country has at least 30 non-colonial provinces
      • It is the year 1620 or later

Will happen within 500 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 500 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 337829 - Control over Maghreb for Fez
Action A, B of 232005 - Ismail's Foreign Relations for Morocco

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • Center of trade in Timbuktu closes
  • -30000 population in Timbuktu
  • -2 base tax value in Timbuktu
  • -1 base manpower in Timbuktu
  • -2 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Timbuktu

Province of Bambuk — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 500 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 500 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Bambuk
  • -2 base tax value in Bambuk
  • -1 base manpower in Bambuk
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Bambuk

Province of Gao — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 500 days of January 2, 1600
Checked again every 500 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

With the loss of the trade cities of the Sudan, the Songhai melted away into the countryside and to their ancient homeland of Dendi. With the Songhai gone, the unity kept by the Ghanaians, Malinke and Songhai was lost, and the region began to Self-destruct. Without a central authority to keep order, the salt-gold trade was disrupted. With the rise of European trade along the coast, the Sudan lost its importance to world trade. This breakdown of law and order allowed banditry and war to force mass migrations, and huge areas were depopulated and abandoned. No empire would again rise out of the ashes of the Songhai.

Actions

A. This is horrible!

  • -5000 population in Gao
  • -2 base tax value in Gao
  • -1 base manpower in Gao
  • -3 national manpower
  • Lose bailiff in Gao

Province of Zeeland — Not random

Conditions

  • Innovativeness is at 2 or higher
  • Own Zeeland
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Netherlands owns Zeeland
    • Spain owns Zeeland

Will happen within 200 days of March 2, 1608
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1609)

Description

While for a very long time the invention of the telescope was attributed to Galileo, the credits for this invention that soon became crucial for astronomy as well as navigation actually go to Hans Lipperhey, a German glass-maker from Wesel who emigrated to Middelburg in 1594. In 1608 he offered his 'Instrument for seeing into the distance' to the council of Zeeland, which immediately ordered six of Lipperhey's telescopes. The new invention soon spread. In 1609 the first telescopes were sold in Paris, and Galileo constructed his one and used it for observing the skies for the first time.

Actions

A. Invest in Lipperhey's exciting invention

  • Infrastructure tech investment: +30
  • Naval tech investment: +100
  • -30 gold

B. Save the money

  • Naval tech investment: +5

Province of Cuzco — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1610
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1670)

Description

The natives of Perú had found a way to merge their traditional beliefs with Catholicism. But in 1608, a criollo (mixed-race) priest, Francisco de Avila discovered behind the festivity of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, a pagan adoration to Pariacaca and Chaupiñamocc. Using this discovery to promote his own personal advancement, he captured the pagan high priest, Hernando Paucar, and on December 20, 1609 he conducted a gigantic ''Auto de Fe'' at Lima, where old mummies and idols where destroyed, and Paucar flogged. Afterwards he was named visitador (traveling judge) of idolatry, conducting the first of several campaigns to destroy altars and idols and attempt to erradicate idolatry that would last until 1670. From then on, the Church adopted a more tolerant attitude towards native harmless superstitions.

Actions

A. Extirpate idolatry

  • -300 gold
  • Innovativeness -1
  • Stability -1

B. It is just harmless superstition

  • Innovativeness +1
  • Religion in Ayacucho changes to pagan
  • Religion in Titicaca changes to pagan
  • Religion in Montana changes to pagan
  • Religion in Atalaya changes to pagan
  • Religion in Manu changes to pagan

Province of Kalmuk — Not random

Conditions

  • Kalmuk has religion sunni
  • The following must not occur:
    • Russia owns Kalmuk

Will happen within 5000 days of January 1, 1610
Checked again every 5000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The Kalmyks, of Mongol origin, migrated to the Caspian region in the 17th century from Central Asia. Like other Mongols, the Kalmyk are Tibetan Buddhists, but their Buddhism has a strong admixture of indigenous beliefs and shamanistic practices.

Actions

A. Let them be

  • Religion in Kalmuk changes to buddhist
  • +4000 population in Kalmuk
  • +1 base tax value in Kalmuk

Province of Jakarta — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is hindu
    • State religion is sunni
    • State religion is pagan
    • State religion is buddhist
  • Country has at least 2 non-colonial provinces
  • The following must not occur:
    • Country has at least 15 non-colonial provinces
  • Capital is on continent Asia
  • Event 186052 - Dutch sailors reach Indonesia for Netherlands has already occurred
  • Netherlands exists

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1615
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1710)

Description

Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie (Dutch East India Company or VOC) was founded, with the goal of sharing the costs of the exploration of the East Indies and ultimately re-establishing the spice trade, a vital source of income to the new Republic of the Seven United Provinces. The first expeditions were successful in bypassing Portuguese dominion of the Cape of Good Hope and the Indian Ocean in general. The Dutch also managed to break the Portuguese monopoly of the spice trade. As the Dutch fleets grew in size, so did their interference with Portuguese trade, and the first skirmishes took place. By 1619, the Dutch conquered Jayakarta which they rename Batavia and make it their EastIndies capital. For the next twenty years the two cities of Goa and Batavia would fight each other relentlessly, since they stood as the capital of the Portuguese India State (or the Indian Vice-Royalty) and the Dutch EastIndia Company's base of operations.

Actions

A. Another bunch of foreigners lust after our land

  • -1 victory points

Province of Jakarta — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1615
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1720)

Description

The Dutch commander offers us weapons in exchange for land around the city of Jakarta to build their trade and military establishment.

Actions

A. Accept the offer

B. Refuse the offer and face the consequences

  • +50 gold
  • -200 relations with Netherlands
  • Mercantilism +1
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Netherlands for 10 months
  • Start a war with Netherlands
  • Event 186055 - The infidel refuses our offer for Netherlands is triggered immediately

Province of Donetsk — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Serfdom is at 6 or higher
    • Aristocracy is at 6 or higher

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1620
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1820)

Description

In 1596 the Polish Orthodox hierarchy, in agreement with Catholic Hierarchy, Rome and with the King of Poland, officially started the unification of Christianity in Poland-Lithuania. The political aspect was that the Orthodox Christians that lived in Poland-Lithuania were subject to the Moscov Metropoly. It had to end after introducing the Union. Orthodoxian bishops who agreed about were accepted into the Polish Diet. Other followers of the new doctrine were treated just like Catholics. This was quickly destroyed by both sides and soon Union became Division. Some converted, and were called 'Unites' to distinguish them from other Orthodox Christians, who were called 'Disunites'. Many normal people in the Ukraine started to identify emerging Ukrainian nationality with the Orthodox faith.

Actions

A. OK

  • Culture in Donetsk changes to ukrainian

Province of Krementjug — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Serfdom is at 5 or higher
    • Aristocracy is at 5 or higher

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1620
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1820)

Description

In 1596 the Polish Orthodox hierarchy, in agreement with Catholic Hierarchy, Rome and with the King of Poland, officially started the unification of Christianity in Poland-Lithuania. The political aspect was that the Orthodox Christians that lived in Poland-Lithuania were subject to the Moscov Metropoly. It had to end after introducing the Union. Orthodoxian bishops who agreed about were accepted into the Polish Diet. Other followers of the new doctrine were treated just like Catholics. This was quickly destroyed by both sides and soon Union became Division. Some converted, and were called 'Unites' to distinguish them from other Orthodox Christians, who were called 'Disunites'. Many normal people in the Ukraine started to identify emerging Ukrainian nationality with the Orthodox faith.

Actions

A. OK

  • Culture in Krementjug changes to ukrainian

Province of Barahona — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Surinam has religion pagan

Will happen within 1000 days of February 2, 1620
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Sugar production in Barahona declined steeply in the 1620s. No one is exactly sure why, but the Spanish likely exhausted the soil, ran out of cheap labor and/or couldn't compete against the other sugar-producing islands. It later became the largest exporter of hides to Spain in the Caribbean.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • -3 base tax value in Barahona
  • -1000 population in Barahona

Province of Roma — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform

Will happen on November 18, 1621

Description

St. Joseph was very moved by the misery of the poor children of Rome. Therefore, he opened a free school for them in 1597. This school, which was open to every child regardless of religion, is believed to be the world's first modern public elementary school. On March 25, 1617, with the permission of Pope Paul V, St. Joseph Calasanz and fourteen other men became the first members of a new religious congregation. On November 18, 1621, Pope Gregory XV raised the congregation to the rank of religious order under solemn vows, calling it The Order of the Pious Schools. During his lifetime the Piarists began to grow in great numbers and to found many schools.

Actions

A. Educate our youth

  • Infrastructure tech investment: +500
  • +25 victory points

Province of Bandung — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1625
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1625)

Description

Epidemics and ruin of war spread through Java.

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -500 population in Bandung
  • Lose 500 troops in Bandung
  • -1 base tax value in Bandung
  • -1 base manpower in Bandung

Province of Surabaja — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1625
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1625)

Description

Epidemics and ruin of war spread through Java.

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -500 population in Surabaja
  • Lose 500 troops in Surabaja
  • -1 base tax value in Surabaja
  • -1 base manpower in Surabaja

Province of Estland — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Estland has religion catholic
    • Estland has religion counterreform
    • Estland has religion protestant
    • Estland has religion reformed
    • Estland has religion orthodox

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1625
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1626)
unless prevented by
Action B of 338071 - Storm destroys the spire of Lincoln Cathedral for Lincoln
Action A of 338077 - Fire destroys St. Olav's church for Estland

Description

In 1625 after holding the title of tallest building in the world for almost 75 years, St. Olav's church in Reval (Tallinn) was destroyed by fire following a stroke of lightning.

Actions

A. Alas!

B. It shall be rebuilt

Province of Estland — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Estland has religion catholic
    • Estland has religion counterreform
    • Estland has religion protestant
    • Estland has religion reformed
    • Estland has religion orthodox

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1625
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1626)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 338073 - Fire destroys St. Olav's church for Estland

Description

In 1625 after holding the title of tallest building in the world for almost 75 years, St. Olav's church in Reval (Tallinn) was destroyed by fire following a stroke of lightning.

Actions

A. Alas!

Province of Buru — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1629
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1629)

Description

Hongi raids destroyed clove cultivation on Buru.

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -1 base tax value in Buru

Province of Sunda — Not random

Conditions

  • Capital is on continent Europe

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1629
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Introduction of sugar cultivation in Banten

Actions

A. Sweet

  • +1 base tax value in Sunda

Province of Mantua — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 90 days of June 11, 1629
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1670)

Description

As a result of troop movements associated with the Mantuan wars of succession and the socalled Thirty Years War fought beyond the Alpes, a terrible plague ravaged across the Italian peninsula and then, from a first outbreak in Milan in 1629-30, it spreaded through Venice, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Florence to the last outbreaks in Rome, Naples and Genoa in 1656-57, dramatically contributed to accelerate the decline of the once flourishing economy in the 'Garden of the Empire'.

Actions

A. A peste, fame et bello libera nos Domine

  • -3000 population in Mantua
  • -2 base tax value in Mantua
  • -1 base manpower in Mantua
  • Event 220013 - The Economic Crisis for Mantua is triggered immediately

Province of Lombardia — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 120 days of June 11, 1629
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1670)
unless prevented by
Action B of 3196 - The Edict of Restitution for Austria

Description

As a result of troop movements associated with the Mantuan wars of succession and the socalled Thirty Years War fought beyond the Alpes, a terrible plague ravaged across the Italian peninsula and then, from a first outbreak in Milan in 1629-30, it spreaded through Venice, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Florence to the last outbreaks in Rome, Naples and Genoa in 1656-57, dramatically contributed to accelerate the decline of the once flourishing economy in the 'Garden of the Empire'.

Actions

A. A peste, fame et bello libera nos Domine

  • -5000 population in Lombardia
  • -2 base tax value in Lombardia
  • -1 base manpower in Lombardia

Province of Veneto — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 120 days of June 11, 1631
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1670)

Description

As a result of troop movements associated with the Mantuan wars of succession and the socalled Thirty Years War fought beyond the Alpes, a terrible plague ravaged across the Italian peninsula and then, from a first outbreak in Milan in 1629-30, it spreaded through Venice, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Florence to the last outbreaks in Rome, Naples and Genoa in 1656-57, dramatically contributed to accelerate the decline of the once flourishing economy in the 'Garden of the Empire'.

Actions

A. A peste, fame et bello libera nos Domine

  • -5000 population in Veneto
  • -2 base tax value in Veneto
  • -1 base manpower in Veneto
  • Event 326047 - The Economic Crisis for Venice is triggered immediately

Province of Romagna — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 90 days of June 11, 1632
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1670)

Description

As a result of troop movements associated with the Mantuan wars of succession and the socalled Thirty Years War fought beyond the Alpes, a terrible plague ravaged across the Italian peninsula and then, from a first outbreak in Milan in 1629-30, it spreaded through Venice, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Florence to the last outbreaks in Rome, Naples and Genoa in 1656-57, dramatically contributed to accelerate the decline of the once flourishing economy in the 'Garden of the Empire'.

Actions

A. A peste, fame et bello libera nos Domine

  • -3000 population in Romagna
  • -2 base tax value in Romagna
  • -1 base manpower in Romagna
  • Event 252017 - The Economic Crisis for Modena is triggered immediately

Province of Emilia — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 120 days of June 11, 1632
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1670)

Description

As a result of troop movements associated with the Mantuan wars of succession and the socalled Thirty Years War fought beyond the Alpes, a terrible plague ravaged across the Italian peninsula and then, from a first outbreak in Milan in 1629-30, it spreaded through Venice, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Florence to the last outbreaks in Rome, Naples and Genoa in 1656-57, dramatically contributed to accelerate the decline of the once flourishing economy in the 'Garden of the Empire'.

Actions

A. A peste, fame et bello libera nos Domine

  • -3000 population in Emilia
  • -2 base tax value in Emilia
  • -1 base manpower in Emilia
  • Event 390027 - The Economic Crisis for Parma is triggered immediately

Province of Firenze — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 90 days of June 11, 1633
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1670)

Description

As a result of troop movements associated with the Mantuan wars of succession and the socalled Thirty Years War fought beyond the Alpes, a terrible plague ravaged across the Italian peninsula and then, from a first outbreak in Milan in 1629-30, it spreaded through Venice, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Florence to the last outbreaks in Rome, Naples and Genoa in 1656-57, dramatically contributed to accelerate the decline of the once flourishing economy in the 'Garden of the Empire'.

Actions

A. A peste, fame et bello libera nos Domine

  • -3000 population in Firenze
  • -2 base tax value in Firenze
  • -1 base manpower in Firenze
  • Event 297024 - The Economic Crisis for Tuscany is triggered immediately

Province of Siena — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 90 days of June 11, 1635
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1670)

Description

As a result of troop movements associated with the Mantuan wars of succession and the socalled Thirty Years War fought beyond the Alpes, a terrible plague ravaged across the Italian peninsula and then, from a first outbreak in Milan in 1629-30, it spreaded through Venice, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Florence to the last outbreaks in Rome, Naples and Genoa in 1656-57, dramatically contributed to accelerate the decline of the once flourishing economy in the 'Garden of the Empire'.

Actions

A. A peste, fame et bello libera nos Domine

  • -2000 population in Siena
  • -2 base tax value in Siena
  • -1 base manpower in Siena
  • Event 257008 - The Economic Crisis for Siena is triggered immediately

Province of Poltava — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Serfdom is at 6 or higher
    • Aristocracy is at 6 or higher

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1638
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1820)

Description

In 1596 the Polish Orthodox hierarchy, in agreement with Catholic Hierarchy, Rome and with the King of Poland, officially started the unification of Christianity in Poland-Lithuania. The political aspect was that the Orthodox Christians that lived in Poland-Lithuania were subject to the Moscov Metropoly. It had to end after introducing the Union. Orthodoxian bishops who agreed about were accepted into the Polish Diet. Other followers of the new doctrine were treated just like Catholics. This was quickly destroyed by both sides and soon Union became Division. Some converted, and were called 'Unites' to distinguish them from other Orthodox Christians, who were called 'Disunites'. Many normal people in the Ukraine started to identify emerging Ukrainian nationality with the Orthodox faith.

Actions

A. OK

  • Culture in Poltava changes to ukrainian

Province of Ukraina — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Serfdom is at 7 or higher
    • Aristocracy is at 7 or higher

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1638
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1820)

Description

In 1596 the Polish Orthodox hierarchy, in agreement with Catholic Hierarchy, Rome and with the King of Poland, officially started the unification of Christianity in Poland-Lithuania. The political aspect was that the Orthodox Christians that lived in Poland-Lithuania were subject to the Moscov Metropoly. It had to end after introducing the Union. Orthodoxian bishops who agreed about were accepted into the Polish Diet. Other followers of the new doctrine were treated just like Catholics. This was quickly destroyed by both sides and soon Union became Division. Some converted, and were called 'Unites' to distinguish them from other Orthodox Christians, who were called 'Disunites'. Many normal people in the Ukraine started to identify emerging Ukrainian nationality with the Orthodox faith.

Actions

A. OK

  • Culture in Ukraina changes to ukrainian

Province of Kefa — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338136 - Oromo infiltration in Kefa for Kefa has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1640
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

80 years after they invaded Ethiopia, the Oromo started to be seen more as a different kind of natives to the land, than as foreigners. Many of them mixed with locals, and although others kept their culture and language, they all took the religion of the land. While the conversion was mostly voluntarily, as a way of advancing socially, the Oromo surrounding Harar (Arsi), were converted by the military expeditions of the Emir Ali Ibn Dawoud, while the military campaigns of several Ethiopian emperors also contributed to religious conversion to Christian Orthodox faith. The Oromo thus become subjects of Ethiopia, although in the perifery they formed their own Kingoms, sometimes not even nominally tributaries of the Neguse Negest.

Actions

A. Oromo become subjects in Kefa

  • +3 base tax value in Kefa
  • +5 base manpower in Kefa
  • Religion in Kefa changes to sunni

Province of Sumbawa — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Sumbawa has religion sunni

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1640
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Bima on Sumbawa converted to Islam and became a Sultanate.

Actions

A. Convert to Islam

  • Religion in Sumbawa changes to sunni
  • Sumbawa revolts

B. Keep old belief

  • Centralization -1

Province of Bale — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338137 - Oromo infiltration in Bale for Bale has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1641
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

80 years after they invaded Ethiopia, the Oromo started to be seen more as a different kind of natives to the land, than as foreigners. Many of them mixed with locals, and although others kept their culture and language, they all took the religion of the land. While the conversion was mostly voluntarily, as a way of advancing socially, the Oromo surrounding Harar (Arsi), were converted by the military expeditions of the Emir Ali Ibn Dawoud, while the military campaigns of several Ethiopian emperors also contributed to religious conversion to Christian Orthodox faith. The Oromo thus become subjects of Ethiopia, although in the perifery they formed their own Kingoms, sometimes not even nominally tributaries of the Neguse Negest.

Actions

A. Oromo become subjects in Bale

  • +3 base tax value in Bale
  • +3 base manpower in Bale
  • Religion in Bale changes to sunni
  • Culture in Bale changes to ethiopian

Province of Gonder — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338138 - Oromo infiltration in Damot for Gonder has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1642
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

80 years after they invaded Ethiopia, the Oromo started to be seen more as a different kind of natives to the land, than as foreigners. Many of them mixed with locals, and although others kept their culture and language, they all took the religion of the land. While the conversion was mostly voluntarily, as a way of advancing socially, the Oromo surrounding Harar (Arsi), were converted by the military expeditions of the Emir Ali Ibn Dawoud, while the military campaigns of several Ethiopian emperors also contributed to religious conversion to Christian Orthodox faith. The Oromo thus become subjects of Ethiopia, although in the perifery they formed their own Kingoms, sometimes not even nominally tributaries of the Neguse Negest.

Actions

A. Oromo become subjects in Damot (Gonder)

  • +2 base tax value in Gonder
  • +2 base manpower in Gonder
  • Religion in Gonder changes to orthodox
  • Culture in Gonder changes to ethiopian

Province of Arsi — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338140 - Oromo infiltration in Harar for Arsi has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1643
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

80 years after they invaded Ethiopia, the Oromo started to be seen more as a different kind of natives to the land, than as foreigners. Many of them mixed with locals, and although others kept their culture and language, they all took the religion of the land. While the conversion was mostly voluntarily, as a way of advancing socially, the Oromo surrounding Harar (Arsi), were converted by the military expeditions of the Emir Ali Ibn Dawoud, while the military campaigns of several Ethiopian emperors also contributed to religious conversion to Christian Orthodox faith. The Oromo thus become subjects of Ethiopia, although in the perifery they formed their own Kingoms, sometimes not even nominally tributaries of the Neguse Negest.

Actions

A. Oromo become subjects in Harar (Arsi)

  • +2 base tax value in Arsi
  • +2 base manpower in Arsi
  • Religion in Arsi changes to sunni
  • Culture in Arsi changes to ethiopian

Province of Harerge — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338141 - Oromo infiltration in Harerge for Harerge has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1643
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

80 years after they invaded Ethiopia, the Oromo started to be seen more as a different kind of natives to the land, than as foreigners. Many of them mixed with locals, and although others kept their culture and language, they all took the religion of the land. While the conversion was mostly voluntarily, as a way of advancing socially, the Oromo surrounding Harar (Arsi), were converted by the military expeditions of the Emir Ali Ibn Dawoud, while the military campaigns of several Ethiopian emperors also contributed to religious conversion to Christian Orthodox faith. The Oromo thus become subjects of Ethiopia, although in the perifery they formed their own Kingoms, sometimes not even nominally tributaries of the Neguse Negest.

Actions

A. Oromo become subjects in Harerge

  • +2 base tax value in Harerge
  • +2 base manpower in Harerge
  • Religion in Harerge changes to sunni
  • Culture in Harerge changes to ethiopian

Province of Shewa — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338139 - Oromo infiltration in Shewa for Shewa has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1643
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

80 years after they invaded Ethiopia, the Oromo started to be seen more as a different kind of natives to the land, than as foreigners. Many of them mixed with locals, and although others kept their culture and language, they all took the religion of the land. While the conversion was mostly voluntarily, as a way of advancing socially, the Oromo surrounding Harar (Arsi), were converted by the military expeditions of the Emir Ali Ibn Dawoud, while the military campaigns of several Ethiopian emperors also contributed to religious conversion to Christian Orthodox faith. The Oromo thus become subjects of Ethiopia, although in the perifery they formed their own Kingoms, sometimes not even nominally tributaries of the Neguse Negest.

Actions

A. Oromo become subjects in Shewa

  • +5 base tax value in Shewa
  • +4 base manpower in Shewa

Province of Luzon — Not random

Conditions

  • Southern Ming exists
  • Capital is on continent Europe
  • Control Luzon
  • The following must not occur:
    • Luzon has religion pagan

Will happen within 10 days of January 1, 1644
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1683)

Description

The Southern Ming have become aware of European settlement of Luzon.

Actions

A. OK

  • -10 relations with Southern Ming

Province of Welo — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338143 - Oromo infiltration in Gonder for Welo has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1644
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

80 years after they invaded Ethiopia, the Oromo started to be seen more as a different kind of natives to the land, than as foreigners. Many of them mixed with locals, and although others kept their culture and language, they all took the religion of the land. While the conversion was mostly voluntarily, as a way of advancing socially, the Oromo surrounding Harar (Arsi), were converted by the military expeditions of the Emir Ali Ibn Dawoud, while the military campaigns of several Ethiopian emperors also contributed to religious conversion to Christian Orthodox faith. The Oromo thus become subjects of Ethiopia, although in the perifery they formed their own Kingoms, sometimes not even nominally tributaries of the Neguse Negest.

Actions

A. Oromo become subjects in Gonder (Welo)

  • +3 base tax value in Welo
  • +3 base manpower in Welo

Province of Ogaden — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338142 - Oromo infiltration in Ogaden for Ogaden has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1644
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

80 years after they invaded Ethiopia, the Oromo started to be seen more as a different kind of natives to the land, than as foreigners. Many of them mixed with locals, and although others kept their culture and language, they all took the religion of the land. While the conversion was mostly voluntarily, as a way of advancing socially, the Oromo surrounding Harar (Arsi), were converted by the military expeditions of the Emir Ali Ibn Dawoud, while the military campaigns of several Ethiopian emperors also contributed to religious conversion to Christian Orthodox faith. The Oromo thus become subjects of Ethiopia, although in the perifery they formed their own Kingoms, sometimes not even nominally tributaries of the Neguse Negest.

Actions

A. Oromo become subjects in Ogaden

  • +2 base tax value in Ogaden
  • +2 base manpower in Ogaden
  • Religion in Ogaden changes to sunni
  • Culture in Ogaden changes to ethiopian

Province of Keren — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 338144 - Oromo infiltration in Tigray for Keren has already occurred
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 14 non-colonial provinces
    • Centralization is at 8 or higher

Will happen within 600 days of January 1, 1645
Checked again every 600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1700)

Description

80 years after they invaded Ethiopia, the Oromo started to be seen more as a different kind of natives to the land, than as foreigners. Many of them mixed with locals, and although others kept their culture and language, they all took the religion of the land. While the conversion was mostly voluntarily, as a way of advancing socially, the Oromo surrounding Harar (Arsi), were converted by the military expeditions of the Emir Ali Ibn Dawoud, while the military campaigns of several Ethiopian emperors also contributed to religious conversion to Christian Orthodox faith. The Oromo thus become subjects of Ethiopia, although in the perifery they formed their own Kingoms, sometimes not even nominally tributaries of the Neguse Negest.

Actions

A. Oromo become subjects in Tigray (Keren)

  • +2 base tax value in Keren
  • +3 base manpower in Keren

Province of Bombay — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • State religion is hindu
    • Maratha Empire exists

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1647
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1706)

Description

In 1647 the seventeen-year-old Shivaji began to form the Maratha state with the captures of the region of Pune and the forts of Kondana and Rajgad. Quickly he undermined local authority and established the first Maratha homeland.

Actions

A. What a headache...

  • Bombay revolts
  • Revolt risk value in Bombay +20
  • Set flag [maratha] for events

Province of Maharashtra — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • State religion is hindu
    • Maratha Empire exists

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1647
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1706)

Description

In 1647 the seventeen-year-old Shivaji began to form the Maratha state with the captures of the region of Pune and the forts of Kondana and Rajgad. Quickly he undermined local authority and established the first Maratha homeland.

Actions

A. What a headache...

  • Maharashtra revolts
  • Revolt risk value in Maharashtra +30
  • Set flag [maratha] for events

Province of Goa — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • State religion is hindu
    • Maratha Empire exists

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1647
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1706)

Description

In 1647 the seventeen-year-old Shivaji began to form the Maratha state with the captures of the region of Pune and the forts of Kondana and Rajgad. Quickly he undermined local authority and established the first Maratha homeland.

Actions

A. What a headache...

  • Goa revolts
  • Revolt risk value in Goa +10
  • Set flag [maratha] for events

Province of Chernigov — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Lithuania controls Chernigov
  • The following must not occur:
    • Poland controls Chernigov
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Serfdom is at 7 or higher
    • Aristocracy is at 7 or higher

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1648
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1820)

Description

In 1596 the Polish Orthodox hierarchy, in agreement with Catholic Hierarchy, Rome and with the King of Poland, officially started the unification of Christianity in Poland-Lithuania. The political aspect was that the Orthodox Christians that lived in Poland-Lithuania were subject to the Moscov Metropoly. It had to end after introducing the Union. Orthodoxian bishops who agreed about were accepted into the Polish Diet. Other followers of the new doctrine were treated just like Catholics. This was quickly destroyed by both sides and soon Union became Division. Some converted, and were called 'Unites' to distinguish them from other Orthodox Christians, who were called 'Disunites'. Many normal people in the Ukraine started to identify emerging Ukrainian nationality with the Orthodox faith.

Actions

A. OK

  • Culture in Chernigov changes to ukrainian

Province of Podolia — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Lithuania controls Podolia
  • The following must not occur:
    • Poland controls Podolia
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Serfdom is at 7 or higher
    • Aristocracy is at 7 or higher

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1648
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1820)

Description

In 1596 the Polish Orthodox hierarchy, in agreement with Catholic Hierarchy, Rome and with the King of Poland, officially started the unification of Christianity in Poland-Lithuania. The political aspect was that the Orthodox Christians that lived in Poland-Lithuania were subject to the Moscov Metropoly. It had to end after introducing the Union. Orthodoxian bishops who agreed about were accepted into the Polish Diet. Other followers of the new doctrine were treated just like Catholics. This was quickly destroyed by both sides and soon Union became Division. Some converted, and were called 'Unites' to distinguish them from other Orthodox Christians, who were called 'Disunites'. Many normal people in the Ukraine started to identify emerging Ukrainian nationality with the Orthodox faith.

Actions

A. OK

  • Culture in Podolia changes to ukrainian

Province of Galizien — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Poland owns Galizien
  • The following must not occur:
    • Lithuania owns Galizien
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Serfdom is at 7 or higher
    • Aristocracy is at 7 or higher

Will happen within 100 days of February 2, 1648
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1820)

Description

In 1596 the Polish Orthodox hierarchy, in agreement with Catholic Hierarchy, Rome and with the King of Poland, officially started the unification of Christianity in Poland-Lithuania. The political aspect was that the Orthodox Christians that lived in Poland-Lithuania were subject to the Moscov Metropoly. It had to end after introducing the Union. Orthodoxian bishops who agreed about were accepted into the Polish Diet. Other followers of the new doctrine were treated just like Catholics. This was quickly destroyed by both sides and soon Union became Division. Some converted, and were called 'Unites' to distinguish them from other Orthodox Christians, who were called 'Disunites'. Many normal people in the Ukraine started to identify emerging Ukrainian nationality with the Orthodox faith.

Actions

A. OK

  • Culture in Galizien changes to ukrainian

Province of Barbados — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Barbados has religion pagan

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1650
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

By 1698 sugar production in Barbados had superceded the earlier primary crops of cotton and tobacco. Its population exploded as indentured servants and African slaves were imported in large numbers to work the sugar plantations.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +8 base tax value in Barbados
  • +2500 population in Barbados

Province of Talca — Not random

Conditions

  • Spain owns Talca
  • The following must not occur:
    • Talca has religion pagan

Will happen within 300 days of January 1, 1655
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1720)

Description

The rebellion of 1655 was the last serious attempt to expel the Spaniards from the Arauco, but the risk came mostly from corruption and ineptitude by the Spanish governor. When Pedro Porter Casanate was named new governor, he quickly defeated the Araucanians. He still had some problems with one of his soldiers, the mestizo (mixed-blood) Alejandro de Vivar, whose mother had been kidnapped by the Mapuche and bore him with a chieftain before being rescued. Due to discrimination, the mestizo Alejo deserted to the Mapuche and became a successful war leader until he was killed, allegedly by his own wives, in 1660. In 1645 Valdivia had been repopulated, and in 1657 Concepción was rebuilt after an earthquake. Spanish presence became permanent and the Araucanians, although not totally submitted, became only a minor nuisance.

Actions

A. Finally peace

  • Talca revolts
  • Stability +1
  • Revolt risk value in Talca -10

Province of Roma — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 90 days of June 11, 1655
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1670)

Description

As a result of troop movements associated with the Mantuan wars of succession and the socalled Thirty Years War fought beyond the Alpes, a terrible plague ravaged across the Italian peninsula and then, from a first outbreak in Milan in 1629-30, it spreaded through Venice, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Florence to the last outbreaks in Rome, Naples and Genoa in 1656-57, dramatically contributed to accelerate the decline of the once flourishing economy in the 'Garden of the Empire'.

Actions

A. A peste, fame et bello libera nos Domine

  • -5000 population in Roma
  • -2 base tax value in Roma
  • -1 base manpower in Roma
  • Event 251062 - The Economic Crisis for Papal States is triggered immediately

Province of Napoli — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 90 days of June 11, 1656
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1670)

Description

As a result of troop movements associated with the Mantuan wars of succession and the socalled Thirty Years War fought beyond the Alpes, a terrible plague ravaged across the Italian peninsula and then, from a first outbreak in Milan in 1629-30, it spreaded through Venice, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Florence to the last outbreaks in Rome, Naples and Genoa in 1656-57, dramatically contributed to accelerate the decline of the once flourishing economy in the 'Garden of the Empire'.

Actions

A. A peste, fame et bello libera nos Domine

  • -5000 population in Napoli
  • -2 base tax value in Napoli
  • -1 base manpower in Napoli

Province of Liguria — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 90 days of June 11, 1657
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1670)

Description

As a result of troop movements associated with the Mantuan wars of succession and the socalled Thirty Years War fought beyond the Alpes, a terrible plague ravaged across the Italian peninsula and then, from a first outbreak in Milan in 1629-30, it spreaded through Venice, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Florence to the last outbreaks in Rome, Naples and Genoa in 1656-57, dramatically contributed to accelerate the decline of the once flourishing economy in the 'Garden of the Empire'.

Actions

A. A peste, fame et bello libera nos Domine

  • -5000 population in Liguria
  • -2 base tax value in Liguria
  • -1 base manpower in Liguria
  • Event 174055 - The Economic Crisis for Genoa is triggered immediately

Province of Maharashtra — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Maratha Empire exists
    • Innovativeness is at 8 or higher
    • State religion is hindu
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Capital is on continent Asia
    • Country has at least 15 non-colonial provinces

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1660
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1680)

Description

The Marathas under the leadership of a brilliant young general by the name of Shivaji have risen in revolt in Maharashtra! Shivaji is a devoted Hindu, as are most of the Marathas.

Actions

A. Crush the Hindu rebels

  • Maharashtra revolts
  • Maharashtra revolts
  • Maharashtra revolts
  • Khandesh revolts
  • Khandesh revolts
  • Stability -1
  • Innovativeness -1

B. Give in to their demands

  • Stability -1
  • Grant independence to Maratha Empire

Province of Maharashtra — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Maratha Empire exists
    • Innovativeness is at 8 or higher
    • State religion is hindu
    • Country has at least 15 non-colonial provinces
  • Capital is on continent Asia

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1660
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1680)

Description

The Marathas under the leadership of a brilliant young general by the name of Shivaji have risen in revolt in Maharashtra! Shivaji is a devoted Hindu, as are most of the Marathas.

Actions

A. Crush the Hindu rebels

  • Maharashtra revolts
  • Maharashtra revolts
  • Maharashtra revolts
  • Khandesh revolts
  • Khandesh revolts
  • Stability -3
  • Centralization +1
  • Innovativeness -1

B. Give in to their demands

  • Stability -2
  • Grant independence to Maratha Empire
  • Centralization -2

Province of Dalmatia — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1667
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1667)

Description

The earthquake of Ragusa in 1667, which had been preceded by lesser shocks in 1520, 1521, 1536 and 1639, destroyed a considerable portion of the city. The fortifications were damaged, and many people of the city died. After this cataclysm the decadence of the small Adriatic state increased, but the city was rebuilt in a more modern way, with a broad avenue in the centre: the 'Stradun'.

Actions

A. OK

  • -5000 population in Dalmatia
  • -2 base tax value in Dalmatia
  • Fortress level in Dalmatia -1

Province of Silesia — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is not at war
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Austria owns Silesia
    • Bohemia owns Silesia
    • Brandenburg owns Silesia
    • Prussia owns Silesia

Will happen within 30 days of June 2, 1670
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 11, 1700)

Description

In 1670 in Breslau first in the world medical journal was published. Its full name was Miscellanea curiosa medico-physica seu Ephemerides medico-physicae Germanicae curiosae. The initiator and first editor was Philipp Jakob Sachs von Levenheimb, famous medicine doctor and naturalist from Breslau. In the first volume many reports from various fields were published, from anatomy, zoology, pathology, physics, chemistry to botanic written by 36 authors.

Actions

A. Great!

  • Infrastructure tech investment: +25

Province of Bandung — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1672
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1672)

Description

Mount Merapi erupted in Mataram.

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -500 population in Bandung
  • Lose 500 troops in Bandung
  • -1 base tax value in Bandung
  • -1 base manpower in Bandung

Province of Pondicherry — Not random

Conditions

  • Netherlands exists
  • France exists
  • Capital is on continent Asia
  • The following must not occur:
    • Pondicherry is a national (core) province
  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is sunni
    • State religion is shia
    • State religion is buddhist
    • State religion is hindu

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1673
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1700)
unless prevented by
Action B of 170333 - The 'Compagnie Française des Indes Orientales' for France

Description

In 1673, the ruler of the lands around small fishing village of Pondicherry invited the French to start a trading centre, in order to compete with the Dutch.

Actions

A. Encourage the French to setup a trading centre

B. We do not need the French!

  • -50 relations with France
  • Trade tech investment: -400

Province of Wallachia — Not random

Will happen within 1000 days of July 11, 1681
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

This plant, originating from Mezo-America, was introduced in Wallachia and became the staple food of the country.

Actions

A. Excellent!

Province of Sunda — Not random

Conditions

  • Capital is on continent Europe

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1690
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Tea was introduced on Java.

Actions

A. Delicious

  • +1 base tax value in Sunda

Province of Bandung — Not random

Conditions

  • Capital is on continent Europe

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1690
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Tea was introduced on Java.

Actions

A. Delicious

  • +1 base tax value in Bandung

Province of Surabaja — Not random

Conditions

  • Capital is on continent Europe

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1690
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Tea was introduced on Java.

Actions

A. Delicious

  • +1 base tax value in Surabaja

Province of Massachusetts — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Massachusetts has religion catholic
    • Massachusetts has religion protestant
    • Massachusetts has religion reformed
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • State religion is catholic
    • State religion is counterreform
    • State religion is protestant
    • State religion is reformed

Will happen within 10 days of March 20, 1692
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1693)

Description

In January of 1692, the daughter and niece of Reverend Samuel Parris of Salem Village became ill. When they failed to improve, the village doctor, William Griggs, was called in. His diagnosis of bewitchment put into motion the forces that would ultimately result in the death by hanging of nineteen men and women. In addition, one man was crushed to death, seventeen others died in prison, and the lives of many were irrevocably changed.

Actions

A. Let the trials begin

  • Revolt risk value in Massachusetts +1
  • -37 population in Massachusetts
  • Innovativeness -1
  • -1 missionaries

B. This is supertious nonsense

Province of Massachusetts — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of June 2, 1692
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1693)
unless prevented by
Action B of 338021 - The Salem Witch Trials for Massachusetts

Description

In June of 1692, the special Court of Oyer (to hear) and Terminer (to decide) sat in Salem to hear the cases of witchcraft. Presided over by Chief Justice William Stoughton, the court was made up of magistrates and jurors. The first to be tried was Bridget Bishop of Salem who was found guilty and was hanged on June 10. Thirteen women and five men from all stations of life followed her to the gallows on three successive hanging days before the court was disbanded by Governor William Phipps in October of that year. The Superior Court of Judicature, formed to replace the 'witchcraft' court, did not allow spectral evidence. This belief in the power of the accused to use their invisible shapes or spectres to torture their victims had sealed the fates of those tried by the Court of Oyer and Terminer. The new court released those awaiting trial and pardoned those awaiting execution. In effect, the Salem witch trials were over.

Actions

A. Replace the Court of Oyer and Terminer

  • Revolt risk value in Massachusetts -1
  • Innovativeness +1

B. Have the Court of Oyer and Terminer hang all heretics as well

  • Massachusetts converts to the state religion
  • Revolt risk value in Massachusetts -1
  • Create a religious revolt in a random province
  • -173 population in Massachusetts
  • Innovativeness -1
  • -1 missionaries

Province of Ganges — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1693
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1750)

Description

In August of 1690, Job Charnok, an agent of the East India Company settled in Calcutta. A few years later, the EIC would approach to purchase three outlying villages to being a settlement.

Actions

A. Allow them to settle in the region for a tribute

B. We do not want them as neighbors!

Province of Jakarta — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1699
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)

Description

Earthquake at Batavia

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -500 population in Jakarta
  • Lose 500 troops in Jakarta
  • -1 base tax value in Jakarta
  • -1 base manpower in Jakarta

Province of Bandung — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1699
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

VOC introduced coffee cultivation to Java.

Actions

A. Delicious

  • +1 base tax value in Bandung

Province of Surabaja — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1699
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

VOC introduced coffee cultivation to Java.

Actions

A. Delicious

  • +1 base tax value in Surabaja

Province of Surinam — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Surinam has religion pagan

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1699
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Sugar production in Surinam benefitted hugely from the Dutch experience in Brazil although conditions there made production much more difficult than in Brazil.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +2 base tax value in Surinam
  • +1000 population in Surinam

Province of Dalmatia — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Venice owns Dalmatia
    • Venice controls Dalmatia

Will happen within 50 days of June 2, 1699
Checked again every 50 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 23, 1714)
unless prevented by
Action A of 326071 - Treaty of Karlowitz for Venice

Description

Due to certain circumstances, Dalmatia found itself free to accept Croatian and Serbian people en mass. The common people themselves were a mixture of Catholic, Orthodox and local church followers, with each tending to dominate in certain areas of the newly entered province. Such regional particularism firstly prevented a strong central authority. Secondly, portentously, it led to the development of factionalism amongst the people. The fate of all these medieval Slavic states, as it was for all of the Balkans, was annexation, one by one, by the growing Ottoman empire or Latin nations. Characteristic of the people, they were never able to remain unified, the end result of a legacy of strong sense of tribal autonomy, opposing influences from external powers, and perhaps even individual greed for power at the expense of thought for the common good.

Actions

A. Mass movement

  • Culture in Dalmatia changes to slavonic
  • +5000 population in Dalmatia
  • Create a religious revolt in Dalmatia
  • Trade tech investment: +500
  • -25 relations with Venice
  • Stability -1
  • Event 326071 - Treaty of Karlowitz for Venice will never fire

B. Slavs stay put

  • +100 population in Dalmatia
  • Stability +1
  • Gain bailiff in Dalmatia

Province of Hyderabad — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Bastar
    • Own Palakimedi
    • Own Yanam
    • All of the following must occur:

Will happen within 3000 days of January 1, 1700
Checked again every 3000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

During the course of the 18th century, the rise of various states and small population migrations led to the Telugu language becoming predominant in the eastern portion of Central India.

Actions

A. Telugu becomes influential in this province

  • +500 population in Hyderabad
  • Culture in Hyderabad changes to telugu

Province of Madras — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Bastar
    • Own Palakimedi
    • Own Yanam
    • All of the following must occur:

Will happen within 3000 days of January 1, 1700
Checked again every 3000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

During the course of the 18th century, the rise of various states and small population migrations led to the Telugu language becoming predominant in the eastern portion of Central India.

Actions

A. Telugu becomes influential in this province

  • +500 population in Madras
  • Culture in Madras changes to telugu

Province of Qandahar — Not random

Conditions

  • Country has at least 2 non-colonial provinces
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Afghanistan exists
    • Flag [Mir_Wais] is set

Will happen within 51 days of January 2, 1707
Checked again every 51 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1713)

Description

By the 18th century, the Afghan tribes in the Kandahar area were tired of being lorded over by foreign powers. A slew of rapacious and intolerant governors had done little to smooth relations between the Afghans and their occupiers. Taking advantage of popular sentiment, a tribal leader, Mir Wais, would lead the tribes to form an independent Afghan state.

Actions

A. Curses!

  • Revolt risk value in Quetta +30
  • Revolt risk value in Qandahar +30
  • Revolt risk value in Kabul +30
  • Revolt risk value in Kushka +30
  • Set flag [Mir_Wais] for events

Province of Quetta — Not random

Conditions

  • Country has at least 2 non-colonial provinces
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Afghanistan exists
    • Flag [Mir_Wais] is set

Will happen within 52 days of January 2, 1707
Checked again every 52 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1713)

Description

By the 18th century, the Afghan tribes in the Kandahar area were tired of being lorded over by foreign powers. A slew of rapacious and intolerant governors had done little to smooth relations between the Afghans and their occupiers. Taking advantage of popular sentiment, a tribal leader, Mir Wais, would lead the tribes to form an independent Afghan state.

Actions

A. Curses!

  • Revolt risk value in Quetta +30
  • Revolt risk value in Qandahar +30
  • Revolt risk value in Kabul +30
  • Revolt risk value in Kushka +30
  • Set flag [Mir_Wais] for events

Province of Kabul — Not random

Conditions

  • Country has at least 2 non-colonial provinces
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Afghanistan exists
    • Flag [Mir_Wais] is set

Will happen within 53 days of January 2, 1707
Checked again every 53 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1713)

Description

By the 18th century, the Afghan tribes in the Kandahar area were tired of being lorded over by foreign powers. A slew of rapacious and intolerant governors had done little to smooth relations between the Afghans and their occupiers. Taking advantage of popular sentiment, a tribal leader, Mir Wais, would lead the tribes to form an independent Afghan state.

Actions

A. Curses!

  • Revolt risk value in Quetta +30
  • Revolt risk value in Qandahar +30
  • Revolt risk value in Kabul +30
  • Revolt risk value in Kushka +30
  • Set flag [Mir_Wais] for events

Province of Kushka — Not random

Conditions

  • Country has at least 2 non-colonial provinces
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Afghanistan exists
    • Flag [Mir_Wais] is set

Will happen within 54 days of January 2, 1707
Checked again every 54 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1713)

Description

By the 18th century, the Afghan tribes in the Kandahar area were tired of being lorded over by foreign powers. A slew of rapacious and intolerant governors had done little to smooth relations between the Afghans and their occupiers. Taking advantage of popular sentiment, a tribal leader, Mir Wais, would lead the tribes to form an independent Afghan state.

Actions

A. Curses!

  • Revolt risk value in Quetta +30
  • Revolt risk value in Qandahar +30
  • Revolt risk value in Kabul +30
  • Revolt risk value in Kushka +30
  • Set flag [Mir_Wais] for events

Province of Bombay — Not random

Conditions

  • Control Bombay
  • Flag [maratha] is set
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Maratha Empire exists
    • It is the year 1740 or later

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1707
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The Marathi dreams of taking Bombay have successfully been crushed.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • Revolt risk value in Bombay -20

Province of Maharashtra — Not random

Conditions

  • Control Maharashtra
  • Flag [maratha] is set
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Maratha Empire exists
    • It is the year 1740 or later

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1707
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The Marathi dreams of taking Maharashtra have successfully been crushed.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • Revolt risk value in Maharashtra -30

Province of Goa — Not random

Conditions

  • Control Goa
  • Flag [maratha] is set
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Maratha Empire exists
    • It is the year 1740 or later

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1707
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

The Marathi dreams of taking Goa have successfully been crushed.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • Revolt risk value in Goa -10

Province of Antigua — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Antigua has religion pagan

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1710
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

By 1710 sugar production in Antigua and nearby islands had finally come of age. Its population exploded as indentured servants and African slaves were imported in large numbers to work the sugar plantations.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +5 base tax value in Antigua
  • +2000 population in Antigua

Province of Gerona — Not random

Conditions

  • Spain exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ile de France is a national (core) province
    • Holland is a national (core) province
    • Austria is a national (core) province
    • Savoie is a national (core) province
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Tago is a national (core) province
  • The following must not occur:
    • Castilla is a national (core) province

Will happen within 30 days of April 12, 1713
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1715)

Description

In the Peace of Utrecht the restitution of the peninsular provinces back to Spain has been agreed upon. We can however keep any part of their empire that we have captured.

Actions

A. Turn over the lands seized to the King of Spain

  • Cede Gerona to Spain
  • +100 relations with Spain
  • +25 relations with France
  • -1 badboy

B. Keep our conquests

  • -100 relations with Spain
  • Gerona revolts
  • Stability -1
  • +1 badboy

Province of Catalonia — Not random

Conditions

  • Spain exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ile de France is a national (core) province
    • Holland is a national (core) province
    • Austria is a national (core) province
    • Savoie is a national (core) province
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Tago is a national (core) province
  • The following must not occur:
    • Castilla is a national (core) province

Will happen within 30 days of April 12, 1713
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1715)

Description

In the Peace of Utrecht the restitution of the peninsular provinces back to Spain has been agreed upon. We can however keep any part of their empire that we have captured.

Actions

A. Turn over the lands seized to the King of Spain

  • Cede Catalonia to Spain
  • +100 relations with Spain
  • +25 relations with France
  • -1 badboy

B. Keep our conquests

  • -100 relations with Spain
  • Catalonia revolts
  • Stability -1
  • +1 badboy

Province of Aragon — Not random

Conditions

  • Spain exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ile de France is a national (core) province
    • Holland is a national (core) province
    • Austria is a national (core) province
    • Savoie is a national (core) province
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Tago is a national (core) province
  • The following must not occur:
    • Castilla is a national (core) province

Will happen within 30 days of April 12, 1713
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1715)

Description

In the Peace of Utrecht the restitution of the peninsular provinces back to Spain has been agreed upon. We can however keep any part of their empire that we have captured.

Actions

A. Turn over the lands seized to the King of Spain

  • Cede Aragon to Spain
  • +100 relations with Spain
  • +25 relations with France
  • -1 badboy

B. Keep our conquests

  • -100 relations with Spain
  • Aragon revolts
  • Stability -1
  • +1 badboy

Province of Valencia — Not random

Conditions

  • Spain exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ile de France is a national (core) province
    • Holland is a national (core) province
    • Austria is a national (core) province
    • Savoie is a national (core) province
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Tago is a national (core) province
  • The following must not occur:
    • Castilla is a national (core) province

Will happen within 30 days of April 12, 1713
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1715)

Description

In the Peace of Utrecht the restitution of the peninsular provinces back to Spain has been agreed upon. We can however keep any part of their empire that we have captured.

Actions

A. Turn over the lands seized to the King of Spain

  • Cede Valencia to Spain
  • +100 relations with Spain
  • +25 relations with France
  • -1 badboy

B. Keep our conquests

  • -100 relations with Spain
  • Valencia revolts
  • Stability -1
  • +1 badboy

Province of The Baleares — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of April 12, 1713
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1715)

Description

In the Peace of Utrecht the restitution of the peninsular provinces back to Spain has been agreed upon. We can however keep any part of their empire that we have captured.

Actions

A. Turn over the lands seized to the King of Spain

  • Cede The Baleares to Spain
  • +100 relations with Spain
  • -1 badboy

B. Keep our conquests

  • -100 relations with Spain
  • The Baleares revolts
  • Stability -1
  • +1 badboy

Province of Jamaica — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Jamaica has religion pagan

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1717
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

By 1717 sugar production in Jamaica had finally come of age. Its population exploded as indentured servants and African slaves were imported in large numbers to work the sugar plantations.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +11 base tax value in Jamaica
  • +5000 population in Jamaica

Province of Les Cayes — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Les Cayes has religion pagan

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1717
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

By 1739 sugar production in Les Cayes had finally come of age. Its population exploded as indentured servants and African slaves were imported in large numbers to work the sugar plantations.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +16 base tax value in Les Cayes
  • +10000 population in Les Cayes

Province of Martinique — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Martinique has religion pagan

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1722
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

By 1722 sugar production in Martinique and nearby islands had finally come of age. Its population exploded as indentured servants and African slaves were imported in large numbers to work the sugar plantations.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +3 base tax value in Martinique
  • +1000 population in Martinique

Province of Sunda — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1723
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

VOC begins compulsory coffee production in Priangan.

Actions

A. Delicious

  • +1 base tax value in Sunda

Province of Costa Rica — Not random

Will happen within 15 days of February 16, 1723
Checked again every 15 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1723)

Description

On 16 February 1723 the volcano Irazú began its eruption that lasted through the rest of the month. It destroyed the near-by town of Cartago.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • -1000 population in Costa Rica

Province of Guadeloupe — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Guadeloupe has religion pagan

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1730
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

By 1730 sugar production in Guadeloupe and nearby islands had finally come of age. Its population exploded as indentured servants and African slaves were imported in large numbers to work the sugar plantations.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +3 base tax value in Guadeloupe
  • +1000 population in Guadeloupe

Province of Jakarta — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1732
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1732)

Description

Malaria epidemic swept Batavia.

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -500 population in Jakarta
  • Lose 500 troops in Jakarta
  • -1 base tax value in Jakarta
  • -1 base manpower in Jakarta

Province of Anatolia — Not random

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1738
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1741)

Description

During the 18th and early 19th centuries, Anatolia was afflicted with intermittent outbreaks of cholera and the bubonic plague.

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -7000 population in Anatolia

Province of Qandahar — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [Mir_Wais] is set

Will happen within 51 days of January 2, 1738
Checked again every 51 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1749)

Description

By the middle of the 18th century, it was apparent that the Afghans were incapable of taking control of all of Afghanistan.

Actions

A. At last!

  • Revolt risk value in Quetta -40
  • Revolt risk value in Qandahar -40
  • Revolt risk value in Kabul -40
  • Revolt risk value in Kushka -40
  • Clear flag "[Mir_Wais]"

Province of Quetta — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [Mir_Wais] is set

Will happen within 52 days of January 2, 1738
Checked again every 52 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1749)

Description

By the middle of the 18th century, it was apparent that the Afghans were incapable of taking control of all of Afghanistan.

Actions

A. At last!

  • Revolt risk value in Quetta -40
  • Revolt risk value in Qandahar -40
  • Revolt risk value in Kabul -40
  • Revolt risk value in Kushka -40
  • Clear flag "[Mir_Wais]"

Province of Kabul — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [Mir_Wais] is set

Will happen within 53 days of January 2, 1738
Checked again every 53 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1749)

Description

By the middle of the 18th century, it was apparent that the Afghans were incapable of taking control of all of Afghanistan.

Actions

A. At last!

  • Revolt risk value in Quetta -40
  • Revolt risk value in Qandahar -40
  • Revolt risk value in Kabul -40
  • Revolt risk value in Kushka -40
  • Clear flag "[Mir_Wais]"

Province of Kushka — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [Mir_Wais] is set

Will happen within 54 days of January 2, 1738
Checked again every 54 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1749)

Description

By the middle of the 18th century, it was apparent that the Afghans were incapable of taking control of all of Afghanistan.

Actions

A. At last!

  • Revolt risk value in Quetta -40
  • Revolt risk value in Qandahar -40
  • Revolt risk value in Kabul -40
  • Revolt risk value in Kushka -40
  • Clear flag "[Mir_Wais]"

Province of Jakarta — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1745
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1745)

Description

Malaria epidemic in Batavia.

Actions

A. Darn!

  • -500 population in Jakarta
  • Lose 500 troops in Jakarta
  • -1 base tax value in Jakarta
  • -1 base manpower in Jakarta

Province of Brabant — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Flandern
  • The following must not occur:
    • Own Zeeland
  • Netherlands exists

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1753)

Description

In 1750 the construction of a channel between Leuven and Rupel was started. Prince Charles of Lorraine took the first spade of earth with a silveren shovel. During the next three years the 30km long canal was digged by 500 Walloon peasants by shovel and wheel-barrow. It was completed in 1753 and made a connection to the sea possible by Ghent which evaded the Dutch Blocking of the Scheldt.

Actions

A. Build the Canal

  • -100 gold
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +175
  • Trade tech investment: +100
  • +1 base tax value in Brabant
  • -1% inflation

B. We don't have the money

  • -1 victory points

Province of Bourbon — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1819)

Description

Historically, the French imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa and Madagascar to work the plantations in Île-de-Bourbon and Île-de-France.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +5000 population in Bourbon

Province of Mauritius — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1819)

Description

Historically, the French imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa and Madagascar to work the plantations in Île-de-Bourbon and Île-de-France.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +5000 population in Mauritius

Province of Mombasa — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +2 base tax value in Mombasa

Province of Niassa — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +2 base tax value in Niassa

Province of Rufiji — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +2 base tax value in Rufiji

Province of Mtawa — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Mtawa has religion pagan
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +2 base tax value in Mtawa

Province of Zanzibar — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +2 base tax value in Zanzibar

Province of Ambovombe — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Ambovombe has religion pagan
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +1 base tax value in Ambovombe

Province of Antsirana — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Antsirana has religion pagan
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +1 base tax value in Antsirana

Province of Kenya — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +1 base tax value in Kenya

Province of Tanga — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +1 base tax value in Tanga

Province of Lindi — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +1 base tax value in Lindi

Province of Nampuia — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Nampuia has religion pagan
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +1 base tax value in Nampuia

Province of Zambezia — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Zambezia has religion pagan
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +1 base tax value in Zambezia

Province of Inhambane — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Inhambane has religion pagan
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Bourbon has religion pagan
    • Mauritius has religion pagan

Will happen within 360 days of January 19, 1750
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Historically, from about 1750 the French efforts to develop the agricultural potential of the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean exceeded the supply of slaves available from Madagascar. Unwilling or unable to find whites to work the plantations they imported large numbers of slaves from East Africa. Almost single-handedly they boosted the economy of East Africa as the demand for ivory was largely static by this date and human beings were the only other easily accessible resource. Large expeditions were formed by both Africans and Arabs to venture into the interior of Africa in search of slaves. These expeditions were enormously profitable for all concerned, except for the slaves themselves.

Actions

A. Oh, the humanity!

  • +1 base tax value in Inhambane

Province of Tago — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1755
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1755)

Description

The Earthquake that destroyed Lisboa was a catastrophe of huge proportions that resounded all across Europe and even into the new world. 1 November 1755, a beautiful day, when next to everyone was in the churches celebrating a holiday the ground suddenly started to shake and the churches started caving in, crushing the visitors. For those that escaped it was far from over as a heavy breeze of wind suddenly started to come in over the area beating the small fires into a virtual inferno incinerating thousands. But yet thousands of people would fall victim for the grand tidal wave reaching land just a few minutes later. The death count was estimated to 20.000-40.000 people at the time and given all four elements (wind, fire, earth and water) the explanation ''punishment by god'' was a view widely spread both in Portugal and elsewhere.

Actions

A. OK

Province of Lombardia — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Italy owns Lombardia
    • The following must not occur:
      • Tuscany owns Lombardia

Will happen within 30 days of March 11, 1764
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 11, 1765)

Description

In 1764, Cesare Bonesana, Marquis of Beccaria, published a brief but justly celebrated treatise, 'Dei Delitti e delle Pene' (On Crimes and Punishments), which marked the high point of the Milan Enlightenment. In it, Beccaria put forth the first arguments ever made against the death penalty. His treatise was also the first full work of penology, advocating reform of the criminal law system. Apart from condemning the death penalty (on two grounds: first, because the state does not possess the right to take lives and secondly, because capital punishment is neither a useful nor a necessary form of punishment), Beccaria developed in his treatise a number of innovative and influential principles: punishment had a preventive, not a retributive, function, punishment should be proportionate to the crime committed, the certainty of punishment, not its severity, would achieve the preventive effect, procedures of criminal convictions should be public and finally, in order to be effective, punishment should be prompt. The book was the first full-scale work to tackle criminal reform and to suggest that criminal justice should conform to rational principles. In this, Beccaria reflected the convictions of the 'Il Caffè' group, who sought to cause reform through Enlightenment discourse. Put across in a clear and animated style, the book's serious message was based in particular upon a deep sense of humanity and of urgency at unjust suffering. This humane sentiment was what made Beccaria appeal for rationality in the laws. In 1786 Pietro Leopoldo of Habsburg-Lorraine was the first European monarch to reform the penal code with his 'Codice Leopoldino', he but followed Beccaria's argument about the lack of utility of capital punishment, not about the state's lacking right to execute citizens.

Actions

A. A great achievement!

  • Infrastructure tech investment: +150

Province of Guantanamo — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Guantanamo has religion pagan

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1770
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

By 1770 sugar production in Cuba had finally come of age with the inadvertent aid of Britain. Temporarily under British control during the Seven Years War large numbers of slaves had been imported by speculators who believed that it would be retained by the British after the peace treaty.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +7 base tax value in Guantanamo
  • +2500 population in Guantanamo

Province of St. Thomas — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • St. Thomas has religion pagan

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1770
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

By 1770 sugar production in St. Thomas, St. Croix and the Virgin Islands had finally come of age. Its population exploded as indentured servants and African slaves were imported in large numbers to work the sugar plantations.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +3 base tax value in St. Thomas
  • +1000 population in St. Thomas

Province of Adirondak — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338327 - Turmoil in Adirondak for Adirondak

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Adirondak -70

Province of Carolina — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338303 - Turmoil in Carolina for Carolina

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Carolina -70

Province of Catskill — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338324 - Turmoil in Catskill for Catskill

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Catskill -70

Province of Chesapeake — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338312 - Turmoil in Chesapeake for Chesapeake

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Chesapeake -70

Province of Connecticut — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338336 - Turmoil in Massachusetts for Massachusetts
Action A of 338333 - Turmoil in Connecticut for Connecticut

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Connecticut -70

Province of Delaware — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338318 - Turmoil in Delaware for Delaware

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Delaware -70

Province of Manhattan — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338321 - Turmoil in Manhattan for Manhattan

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Manhattan -70

Province of Massachusetts — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Massachusetts -70

Province of Penobscot — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338339 - Turmoil in Penobscot for Penobscot

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Penobscot -70

Province of Roanoke — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338309 - Turmoil in Roanoke for Roanoke

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Roanoke -70

Province of Santee — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338306 - Turmoil in Santee for Santee

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Santee -70

Province of Savannah — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338300 - Turmoil in Savannah for Savannah

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Savannah -70

Province of Sebago — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338330 - Turmoil in Sebago for Sebago

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Sebago -70

Province of Susquehanna — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Anglia is a national (core) province
    • Delaware is a national (core) province
    • United States and England are at war
    • Flag [support_US] is set

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338315 - Turmoil in Susquehanna for Susquehanna

Description

Our North American subjects have come to accept the reasonable policies of His Majesty's government and no longer threaten to revolt against us.

Actions

A. The 'Americans' are tamed

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Susquehanna -70

Province of Adirondak — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Adirondak — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Adirondak +27

Province of Carolina — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Carolina — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Carolina +27

Province of Catskill — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Catskill — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Catskill +27

Province of Chesapeake — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Chesapeake — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Chesapeake +27

Province of Connecticut — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Connecticut — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Connecticut +27

Province of Delaware — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Delaware — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Delaware +27

Province of Manhattan — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Manhattan — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Manhattan +27

Province of Massachusetts — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Massachusetts — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Massachusetts +27

Province of Penobscot — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Penobscot — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Penobscot +27

Province of Roanoke — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Roanoke — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Roanoke +27

Province of Santee — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Accept their demands of independence

Province of Santee — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 13 days of January 2, 1773
Checked again every 13 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A Continental Congress has been assembled of honored and influential representatives from all of the North American colonies under the foreign rule, but increasingly afflicted by the outrageous policies of their monarch it is now unified and determined in the goal of cutting the cords that still bind the colonies to Europe. With the Declaration of Independence the rebelling colonists have stated the will to govern themselves as an independent nation. The American revolutionary spark is spreading across all the colonies along the Atlantic Coast of North America. What do we do to stop our colonists to join these revolts against the European rule?

Actions

A. Crush those 'American' rebels

  • -25 relations with United States
  • Revolt risk value in Santee +27

Province of Savannah — Not random

Conditions