AGCEEP_Specific_Bukhara.txt

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1561-1819: Formation of Khiva Khanate for Bukhara
1561-1819: Independence of Khiva for Bukhara
1576-1586: Bukhara-Khivan tensions for Bukhara
1580-1581: Kazakh Honeymoon for Bukhara
1580-1590: Army Reform for Bukhara
1582-1586: International Policies of Abd'Allah for Bukhara
1582-1590: Economical Policies of Abd'Allah for Bukhara
1584-1585: Prince Tawakkul and Abd'Allah for Bukhara
1595-1598: Siberian Puzzle for Bukhara
1599: Succession of Abd'al Mum'in for Bukhara
1603: Ascension of Baqi Muhammad for Bukhara
1702: Ascension of Ubaid'Allah II for Bukhara
1747: Rahim Bi Regency for Bukhara
1758: Danial Ataliq's Regency for Bukhara
Triggered (triggered event): Khiva and The Western Provinces for Bukhara

Bukhara — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Samarkand
  • Control Samarkand
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Uzbek
    • Own Kirgisistan
    • Own Tadjikistan
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Khiva
    • Own Khwarizm
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Ust Urt is a national (core) province
    • Karabogaz is a national (core) province
    • Khwarizm is a national (core) province
    • Kara Kum is a national (core) province
    • Turkmenistan is a national (core) province
  • The following must not occur:
    • Khiva exists

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1561
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

While Shaibani Khan was busy conquering the Timurid states of Central Asia and Khorasan, the nomadic Uzbeks in the west became restless. In 1511, the two sultans, Ilbars and Balbars conquered the Khwarazm region and founded the Khiva Khanate. Unsurprisingly, this Khanate would become a thorn in the side of the late Bukhara Khanate and was frequently at odds with it.

Actions

A. Drats!

  • Grant independence to Khiva
  • Karabogaz will no longer be considered a national province
  • Ust Urt will no longer be considered a national province
  • Khwarizm will no longer be considered a national province
  • Turkmenistan will no longer be considered a national province
  • Kara Kum will no longer be considered a national province
  • Stability -1
  • Event 303002 - The Khiva Khanate for Khiva is triggered immediately

Bukhara — Not random

Conditions

  • Khiva exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Khwarizm is a national (core) province
    • Khiva is a national (core) province

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1561
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

People of Khiva were always openly hostile to rulers of Bukhara. This hostility goes back to the times of Abu'l Khayr, when part of the tribes refused to follow him, and remained settled in the areas around Khiva and Urganj. Subsequently the area was reconquered by Muhammad Shaibani, and later on Ubaid'Allah, which didn't bring much popularity to the Bukharan rulers. The latter, however, never staked any claims to these lands, and used their military supremacy to keep Khiva vassalized, and protect the trade with Muscovy.

Actions

A. Recede the claim to these lands

  • +50 relations with Khiva
  • Khiva will no longer be considered a national province
  • Khwarizm will no longer be considered a national province

B. Be defiant!

Bukhara — Not random

Conditions

  • Khiva exists

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1576
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1586)

Description

Following a series of insults (or inconsiderations) from Khivan rulers, Abd'Allah decided to teach them a lesson. Taking advantage of Hajji Muhammad absence, he mounted an expedition in 1576, and brought Khiva under his influence.

Actions

A. Use force to resolve the issues

  • -150 relations with Khiva
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Khiva for 36 months

B. Let the matter slip

  • +50 relations with Khiva
  • Stability -1

Bukhara — Not random

Conditions

  • Kazakhs exists
  • Own Kyzylkum
  • Own Samarkand
  • Control Samarkand

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1580
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1581)

Description

During the 15 year long struggle against Abd'Allah, his nobles enlisted the help of Kazakh's Khan Haq Nazar. However, upon Haq Nazar' death, new Khan Shigai chose to be allied with Abd'Allah in exchange for a fief.

Actions

A. Ally with Kazakhs

  • Move capital to Samarkand
  • +150 relations with Kazakhs
  • Cede Kyzylkum to Kazakhs
  • Stability +1
  • Gain an alliance with Kazakhs

B. No reason to waste precious lands

Bukhara — Not random

Will happen within 500 days of January 2, 1580
Checked again every 500 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1590)

Description

As a result of his centralization efforts, as well as an amicable relations with the Ottomans, the army of khanate became a very strong a feared opponent by many of her neighbors, including Persia.

Actions

A. Improve the Army

  • Land tech investment: +750
  • +5000 infantry in a random province
  • +5000 cavalry in the same province
  • Quality +1
  • Offensive Doctrine +1

Bukhara — Not random

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1582
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1586)

Description

Abd'Allah was very active in international affairs, sending embassies as far as Constantinople and Muscovy.

Actions

A. Great!

  • +50 relations with Russia
  • +50 relations with Ottoman Empire
  • +50 relations with Ferghana
  • +20 relations with Chagatai Khanate
  • +50 relations with Mughal Empire

Bukhara — Not random

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1582
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1590)

Description

Throughout his reign, Abd'Allah carefully followed a course of improving economy of the khanate, through a wise and improved taxation system, as well as support for trade and agriculture. He also severely curtailed the appanage system, inherited from the times of Chengis Khan, and centralized the government of the khanate.

Actions

A. Improve the Economy

  • Trade tech investment: +750
  • Stability +1
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +1000
  • +2 merchants
  • +1 base tax value in a random province
  • +1 base tax value in a random province
  • +1 base tax value in a random province
  • Centralization +3
  • Innovativeness +1

Bukhara — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1584
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1585)
unless prevented by
Action B of 65013 - Kazakh Honeymoon for Bukhara

Description

Prince Tawakkul had found a favor with Abd'Allah and was given an honor to lead the vanguard. However, an execution of a couple of nobles troublemakers, was taken as a fact of subordination by Abd'Allah, and a young prince suddenly lost the favor. Brooding over the humiliation, Tawakkul has left for the steppes, seemingly for good, the honeymonn was over.

Actions

A. Disfavor him

  • -350 relations with Kazakhs
  • Stability -1
  • Aristocracy -1

B. Forgive him

  • +50 relations with Kazakhs
  • Aristocracy +1
  • Stability -1

Bukhara — Not random

Conditions

  • Sibir exists
  • Russia exists

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1595
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1598)

Description

After Ermak's expedition into Siberia, relations between Russia and the khanate became somewhat strained, as khan Kuchum of Sibir was a relative of Abd'Allah. Abd'Allah continuously supported Kuchum with weapons and men, and even gave him an asylum in 1597.

Actions

A. Support Kuchum

  • -100 relations with Russia
  • +20 relations with Ottoman Empire
  • +20 relations with Ferghana
  • +20 relations with Kazakhs
  • +100 relations with Sibir

B. Ignore the Issue

  • +50 relations with Russia
  • -20 relations with Ottoman Empire
  • -20 relations with Ferghana
  • -20 relations with Kazakhs
  • -100 relations with Sibir

Bukhara — Not random

Will happen on July 23, 1599

Description

After the death of Abd'Allah II, his son Abd'al Mum'in ascended the throne, however, his cruelty and mass executions of the his father's amirs and advisors, has united the nobility of the Khanate against him. One dark night, while crossing a river on the back of his horse, he was hit by 3 dozen arrows, and died instantly. The power was bestowed on Pir Muhammad, who, being an opium addict, had absolutely no interest in ruling the country. In 1599 Pir Muhammad II was removed from power, which signified the end of the Shaibanid rule in Bukhara. 4 years and 2 interim rulers later, the power was transferred into the hands of the new dynasty.

Actions

A. Slow transition to new dynasty

  • Centralization -3
  • Aristocracy +1
  • Quality -1
  • Offensive Doctrine -2
  • Global revolt risk +3 for 60 months
  • Stability -3

B. Rapid transition to new dynasty

  • Offensive Doctrine -2
  • Centralization -1
  • Stability -5
  • Monarch Baqi Muhammad  becomes active
  • Monarch Yar Muhammad will never rule
  • Monarch Jani Muhammad will never rule
  • Monarch Baqi Muhammad will never rule
  • Aristocracy -1
  • Global revolt risk +5 for 60 months
  • Quality -1
  • Event 65026 - Ascension of Baqi Muhammad for Bukhara will never fire

Bukhara — Not random

Will happen on November 17, 1603
unless prevented by
Action B of 65025 - Succession of Abd'al Mum'in for Bukhara

Description

In 1603, after 4 years of interim rule, a new dynasty was founded, when Baqi Muhammad has ascended the throne.

Actions

A. New dynasty

  • Stability +1

Bukhara — Not random

Will happen on September 5, 1702

Description

In 1702, the last great Astarkhanid ruler of Bukhara, Subhan Quli has died. He was followed by his 17 years old son Ubaid'Allah, whose ascension was quickly met by a revolt. Inefficiency and envy of the young khan almost assured political fragmentation and the backwardness of the Khanate for the years to come.

Actions

A. Let the Nobles rule

  • Centralization -2
  • Aristocracy +2
  • Global revolt risk +3 for 36 months
  • Quality -1
  • Offensive Doctrine -1
  • Serfdom +1
  • Infrastructure tech investment: -400

Bukhara — Not random

Will happen on January 2, 1747

Description

Following the turmoil of Persian occupation, a powerful Manghit noble Rahim Bi has risen to prominence during the reign of Abu'l Fa'iz Khan. Slowly gaining power, Rahim Bi has murdered Abu'l Fa'iz Khan in 1746, and put his 7 yera old son Abd al-Mum'in on the throne and appoint himself a Regent. In the following 6 years, Rahim Bi has killed both Abd al-Mu'min, and his brother Ubaid'Allah, and proclaimed himself a ruler in 1753. His 11 year long rule was marked by almost constant warfare, as he managed to bring a lot of lands lost during Persian occupation back under Bukhara's control.

Actions

A. Appoint Rahim Bi

  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +4 for 72 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill +3 for 72 months
  • Monarch's military skill +6 for 72 months
  • Stability +2
  • Centralization +1

Bukhara — Not random

Will happen on January 2, 1758

Description

Following the death of Rahim Khan, a short scuffle for power has ended with Danial Ataliq defeating his opponents and putting an illiterate peasant Abu'l-Ghazi on the throne. Actual power, however, was totally in the hands of a powerful regent, who ruled with an iron fist, and brought stability to Bukhara.

Actions

A. Appoint Danial Ataliq

  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +3 for 324 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill +3 for 324 months
  • Monarch's military skill +4 for 324 months
  • Stability +1
  • Centralization +1

Bukhara — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 303002 - The Khiva Khanate for Khiva

Description

After the initial capture of Ugrench, all the other western provinces would leave the control of the Shaibanid state.

Actions

A. How bad is our luck?

  • Cede Khwarizm to Khiva
  • Cede Kara Kum to Khiva
  • Cede Karabogaz to Khiva
  • Cede Bouzatchi to Khiva
  • Cede Turkmenistan to Khiva
  • Cede Emba to Khiva
  • Cede Irgiz to Sibir
  • Cede Orsk to Sibir
  • Cede Alga to Astrakhan

AGCEEP_Specific_Bukhara.txt