AGCEEP_Specific_China.txt

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1419: AI_EVENT for China
1419: AI_EVENT for China
Triggered (1419-1443): Japanese Pirate Raids for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1419-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
Triggered (1426-1426, 1427-1429, 1420-1420): Failure to pacify An Nam for China
1420-1420: Le Loi's Lam Son resistance in Vietnam for China
1420-1422: The Eastern Investigation Agency (Eastern Agency) for China
1420-1421: The Move to Beijing for China
1421-1423: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1422: AI_EVENT for China
1422: AI_EVENT for China
1423-1426: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1424-1430: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1424-1424: Treasure Fleet policy debate for China
1425: AI_EVENT for China
1425: AI_EVENT for China
1426-1426: Spread of Le Loi's Lam Son resistance in Vietnam for China
1426-1426: Rebellion of the Lord of Han for China
1426-1426: Rebellion of the Lord of Han for China
1426-1440: The Lord of Han siezed the throne for China
1426-1429: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1427-1429: Truce with Le Loi for China
1427-1433: Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China
1427-1433: Success of 2nd invasion of An Nam for China
1427-1582: Failure to pacify An Nam for China
1427-1433: Success of 2nd invasion of Dai Viet and continued incorporation for China
1427-1440: Qingdao under control for China
1428-1430: Complaint against Lu Chuan for China
1428-1431: War with Lu Chuan for China
1428: AI_EVENT for China
1428: AI_EVENT for China
1429-1431: Classes in the Internal Palace for China
1429-1433: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1430-1430: Recommissioning of Zheng He for China
1430-1435: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1430-1436: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1431: AI_EVENT for China
1431: AI_EVENT for China
1433-1437: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1433-1433: Death of Le Loi for China
1433-1433: Death of Le Loi for China
1434: AI_EVENT for China
1434: AI_EVENT for China
1435-1435: Three Yang Counselling Imperial Administration for China
1435-1441: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1436-1436: Fate of the Treasure Fleet for China
1436-1442: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1436-1437: Lu Chuan Rebellion for China
1437: AI_EVENT for China
1437: AI_EVENT for China
1437-1440: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1440: AI_EVENT for China
1440: AI_EVENT for China
1440-1440: The Lord of Han has died for China
1440-1443: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1440-1450: Another Rebellion in Lu Chuan for China
1441-1444: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1442-1442: End of Three Yang Counselling for China
1443: AI_EVENT for China
1443: AI_EVENT for China
1443-1446: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1443-1451: Another Rebellion in Lu Chuan for China
1443-1452: Another Rebellion in Lu Chuan for China
1444-1444: Ye Zong Liu's Rebellion for China
1444-1447: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1446: AI_EVENT for China
1446: AI_EVENT for China
1446-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1446-1452: End of Lu Chuan Rebellion for China
1447-1450: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1448-1448: Deng Mao Qi's Rebellion for China
1449: AI_EVENT for China
1449: AI_EVENT for China
1449-1449: Large Scale Rebellion of the Miao people for China
1449-1457: AI_EVENT for China
1450-1490: Repairing the Great Wall for China
1450-1453: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1451-1453: End of the Miao Rebellion for China
1451-1453: End of Ye Zong Liu and Deng Mao Qi's Rebellion for China
1452: AI_EVENT for China
1452: AI_EVENT for China
1453-1456: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1453-1453: Gradual Pacification of An Nam for China
1455: AI_EVENT for China
1455: AI_EVENT for China
1456-1459: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1457: Zhengtong to the Throne for China
1457-1464: AI_EVENT for China
1458: AI_EVENT for China
1458: AI_EVENT for China
1459-1462: Foreign Nations Admire Glorious Treasure Fleet for China
1460-1460: The Meng Yang Area is Pacified for China
1461: AI_EVENT for China
1461: AI_EVENT for China
1463-1463: Gradual Pacification of An Nam for China
1464: AI_EVENT for China
1464: AI_EVENT for China
1467: AI_EVENT for China
1467: AI_EVENT for China
1470: AI_EVENT for China
1470: AI_EVENT for China
1473: AI_EVENT for China
1473: AI_EVENT for China
1473-1473: Gradual Pacification of An Nam for China
1476: AI_EVENT for China
1476: AI_EVENT for China
1479: AI_EVENT for China
1479: AI_EVENT for China
1482: AI_EVENT for China
1482: AI_EVENT for China
1485: AI_EVENT for China
1485: AI_EVENT for China
1488: AI_EVENT for China
1488: AI_EVENT for China
1491: AI_EVENT for China
1491: AI_EVENT for China
1493-1493: Gradual Pacification of An Nam for China
1493-1493: Gradual Pacification of An Nam for China
1494: AI_EVENT for China
1494: AI_EVENT for China
1497: AI_EVENT for China
1497: AI_EVENT for China
1500-1510: The Perfection of Ming Porcelain for China
1500-1540: More Repairs for the Great Wall for China
1500-1819: Initiating the Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China
1500-1819: Initiating the Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China
1500-1819: Initiating the Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China
1500: AI_EVENT for China
1500: AI_EVENT for China
1503: AI_EVENT for China
1503: AI_EVENT for China
1506: AI_EVENT for China
1506: AI_EVENT for China
1509: AI_EVENT for China
1509: AI_EVENT for China
1512: AI_EVENT for China
1512: AI_EVENT for China
1513-1513: Gradual Pacification of An Nam for China
1515: AI_EVENT for China
1515: AI_EVENT for China
1518: AI_EVENT for China
1518: AI_EVENT for China
1521: AI_EVENT for China
1521: AI_EVENT for China
1523-1524: Japanese Pirates Attack for China
1523-1523: Gradual Pacification of An Nam for China
1524: AI_EVENT for China
1524: AI_EVENT for China
1525-1525: Dismantling of the fleet for China
1527: AI_EVENT for China
1527: AI_EVENT for China
1530: AI_EVENT for China
1530: AI_EVENT for China
1533: AI_EVENT for China
1533: AI_EVENT for China
1533-1533: Final Pacification of An Nam for China
1537: AI_EVENT for China
1537: AI_EVENT for China
1540: AI_EVENT for China
1540: AI_EVENT for China
1543: AI_EVENT for China
1543: AI_EVENT for China
1547: AI_EVENT for China
1547: AI_EVENT for China
1550: AI_EVENT for China
1550: AI_EVENT for China
1553: AI_EVENT for China
1553: AI_EVENT for China
1553-1553: Gradual Pacification of An Nam for China
1555-1556: Pirates besiege Nanjing for China
1556: AI_EVENT for China
1556: AI_EVENT for China
1557-1558: The Closure of China for China
1558-1564: Second Copy of the Great Yong Le Encyclopedia for China
1559: AI_EVENT for China
1559: AI_EVENT for China
1562: AI_EVENT for China
1562: AI_EVENT for China
1563-1564: Qi Jiguang's Army Reforms for China
1565: AI_EVENT for China
1565: AI_EVENT for China
1568: AI_EVENT for China
1568: AI_EVENT for China
1571: AI_EVENT for China
1571: AI_EVENT for China
1574: AI_EVENT for China
1574: AI_EVENT for China
1577: AI_EVENT for China
1577: AI_EVENT for China
1580: AI_EVENT for China
1580: AI_EVENT for China
1581-1582: The arrival of the Jesuits for China
1583: AI_EVENT for China
1583: AI_EVENT for China
1583-1583: Final Pacification of An Nam for China
1586: AI_EVENT for China
1586: AI_EVENT for China
1588-1589: Famine for China
1589: AI_EVENT for China
1589: AI_EVENT for China
1592: AI_EVENT for China
1592: AI_EVENT for China
1595: AI_EVENT for China
1595: AI_EVENT for China
1598: AI_EVENT for China
1598: AI_EVENT for China
1601: AI_EVENT for China
1601: AI_EVENT for China
1604: AI_EVENT for China
1604: AI_EVENT for China
1607: AI_EVENT for China
1607: AI_EVENT for China
1610: AI_EVENT for China
1610: AI_EVENT for China
1613: AI_EVENT for China
1613: AI_EVENT for China
1615-1616: The Manchu Rebellion for China
1616: AI_EVENT for China
1616: AI_EVENT for China
1619: AI_EVENT for China
1619: AI_EVENT for China
1622-1623: The Cult of the White Lotus for China
1622-1627: Eunuch Wei Zhongxian for China
1622: AI_EVENT for China
1622: AI_EVENT for China
1625: AI_EVENT for China
1625: AI_EVENT for China
1628-1628: The execution of Wei Zhongxian for China
1628: AI_EVENT for China
1628: AI_EVENT for China
1630-1630: The Trial of Yuan Chonghuan for China
1631: AI_EVENT for China
1631: AI_EVENT for China
1633-1644: Resistant leader declares an independent state for China
1633-1819: Loss of the Divine Providence for China
1633-1819: Loss of the Divine Providence for China
1634: AI_EVENT for China
1634: AI_EVENT for China
1634-1644: Resistant leader declares an independent state for China
1634-1819: Loss of the Divine Providence for China
1634-1819: Loss of the Divine Providence for China
1637-1637: Disasters and taxes for China
1637: AI_EVENT for China
1637: AI_EVENT for China
1640-1641: The Financial Crisis for China
1640: AI_EVENT for China
1640: AI_EVENT for China
1643: AI_EVENT for China
1643: AI_EVENT for China
1644-1710: Fall of Beijing for China
1644: Emperor Chongzhen Commits Suicide for China
1644: The Fall of the Ming Dynasty for China
1644-1683: A new hair style for Manchus
1644-1699: The Qing Dynasty for China
1644-1819: Loss of the Divine Providence for China
1644-1819: Loss of the Divine Providence for China
1644-1819: Loss of the Divine Providence for China
1644-1819: Loss of the Divine Providence for China
1644-1646: The Chinese Collapse for China
1646: AI_EVENT for China
1646: AI_EVENT for China
1649: AI_EVENT for China
1649: AI_EVENT for China
1650-1662: Koxinga in Ming service for China
1652-1699: Collapse of the Southern Ming for China
1652-1699: We have conquered Taiwan for China
1652-1655: Bribe Koxinga for China
1652: AI_EVENT for China
1652: AI_EVENT for China
1655: AI_EVENT for China
1655: AI_EVENT for China
1658: AI_EVENT for China
1658: AI_EVENT for China
1661-1661: The Coastal Evacuation for China
1661: AI_EVENT for China
1661: AI_EVENT for China
1661-1662: Mingshi for China
1664: AI_EVENT for China
1664: AI_EVENT for China
1667: AI_EVENT for China
1667: AI_EVENT for China
1670: AI_EVENT for China
1670: AI_EVENT for China
1673-1700: Resistant leader declares an independent state for China
1673: AI_EVENT for China
1673: AI_EVENT for China
1676: AI_EVENT for China
1676: AI_EVENT for China
1679: AI_EVENT for China
1679: AI_EVENT for China
1682: AI_EVENT for China
1682: AI_EVENT for China
1683-1684: The End of the Ming Dynasty for China
1689-1699: Kiangxi is ready to take to the field of battle for China
1700-1819: Peace returns to China for China
1700-1819: Peace returns to China for China
1722-1723: The Expulsion of the Jesuits for China
1723-1724: Effects of Jesuit missionaries on society for China
1732-1732: The Wenziyu for China
1770-1770: The Appointment of Heshen for China
1771-1781: The Four Treasury's Complete Collection for China
1788: Vietnamese Turmoil for China
1793-1793: Lord Macartney's Mission for China
1796-1797: The White Lotus Rebellion for China
1811-1812: The Celestial Order Rebellion for China
1813-1813: The Eight Trigrams Rebellion for China
Triggered (1644-1819, triggered event, triggered event): A Korean dynasty for China for China
Triggered (1704, 1704): Ancestor worship is filial piety for China
Triggered (1440-1450): Loss of Kachin for China
Triggered (1644-1819): Ming Dynasty back to the throne for China
Triggered (1426-1426, 1426-1426): Response to Lord of Han's Rebellion for China
Triggered (1449): The Emperor has been captured for China
Triggered (triggered event): The Manchu Takeover of China for China
Triggered (triggered event): The Manchu Takeover of China for China
Triggered (1615-1616): The Manchu independence for China
Triggered (triggered event, 1683-1820, 1683-1819, triggered event): The Qing dynasty in China for China
Triggered (triggered event): The Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China
Triggered (triggered event, triggered event): The Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China
Triggered (triggered event, triggered event, triggered event): The Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1419

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1419

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of March 2, 1419
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1420)

Description

In Yong Le year 17 (AD 1419), Japanese pirates raided an area on the east coast of the Liao Dong peninsula.

Actions

A. Oh, well...

  • Liaotung revolts
  • 1 pirate vessels will appear in Korea Bay

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Santal has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Bengal owns Santal

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +20 gold
  • +25 relations with Bengal

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Ganges has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Bengal owns Ganges

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +20 gold
  • +25 relations with Bengal
  • -1 badboy

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Palakimedi has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Orissa owns Palakimedi

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Orissa

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Yanam has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Orissa owns Yanam

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Orissa

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Goa has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Vijayanagar owns Goa

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Vijayanagar

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Bombay has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Bahmanid Empire owns Bombay

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Bahmanid Empire

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Indus has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Sindh owns Indus

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Sindh

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Mekran has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Timurid Empire owns Mekran

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Timurid Empire

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Hormouz has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Timurid Empire owns Hormouz

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +20 gold
  • +25 relations with Timurid Empire
  • -1 badboy

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Fars has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Timurid Empire owns Fars

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Timurid Empire

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Isfahan has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Timurid Empire owns Isfahan

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Timurid Empire

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Basrah has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Basrah owns Basrah

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Basrah

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Bahrein has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Ormuz owns Bahrein

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Ormuz

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Al Kharam has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Ormuz owns Al Kharam

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Ormuz

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Mascate has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Ormuz owns Mascate

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Ormuz

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Quatar has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Al-Haasa owns Quatar

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Al-Haasa

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Dofhar has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Mahra owns Dofhar

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +20 gold
  • +25 relations with Mahra
  • -1 badboy

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Socotra has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Mahra owns Socotra

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Mahra

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Aden has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Aden owns Aden

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Aden

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Yemen has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Yemen owns Yemen

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Yemen

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Mekkah has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Mamluks owns Mekkah

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Mamluks
  • -1 badboy

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Medina has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Mamluks owns Medina

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Mamluks

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Egypt has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Mamluks owns Egypt

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Mamluks

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Nile has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Mamluks owns Nile

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Mamluks

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Sudan has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Nubia owns Sudan

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Nubia

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Keren has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Ethiopia owns Keren

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Ethiopia

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Issas has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Adal owns Issas

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Adal

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Afars has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Adal owns Afars

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Adal

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Somalia has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Mogadishu owns Somalia

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Mogadishu

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Mudugh has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Mogadishu owns Mudugh

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Mogadishu

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Mogadiscio has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Mogadishu owns Mogadiscio

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Mogadishu
  • -1 badboy

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Malindi has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Malindi owns Malindi

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Malindi

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Kenya has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Malindi owns Kenya

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Malindi

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Mombasa has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Mombasa owns Mombasa

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Mombasa

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Tanga has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Kilwa owns Tanga

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Kilwa

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Zanzibar has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Kilwa owns Zanzibar

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Kilwa

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Rufiji has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Kilwa owns Rufiji

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Kilwa

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Lindi has been discovered by Europeans
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set
  • Kilwa owns Lindi

Will happen within 720 days of June 2, 1419
Checked again every 720 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Kilwa

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Dai Viet exists

Will happen within 30 days of October 2, 1419
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1582)
unless prevented by
Action B of 147003 - Truce with Le Loi for China

Description

The failure to pacify Dai Viet signifies that it is never possible to incorporate Dai Viet as part of the central Chinese empire anymore. It had previously been independent for too long that we have forever lost this area.

Actions

A. We must accept that as truth

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Tanh Noah
    • Own Hanoi
    • Own Lao Cai

Will happen within 60 days of April 2, 1420
Checked again every 60 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1420)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China

Description

The region of An Nam covers northern Vietnam, had been part of China until 939 BC when warlords in An Nam defeated invading warlords from China and established separate rule. However, tributes were payed to China which also granted titles. An Nam expanded aggressively and invaded the Song dynasty to its north, Champa to its south, Laos and affiliated tribes to its west. After the Ming dynasty was founded in China An Nam continued to recognise Chinese overlordship. Through 400 years of independence, the people in An Nam developed a sense of national identity.

In the late 1300s, the ruling Tran dynasty was overthrown and a powerful former minister tried to set up the Ho dynasty by making his son King in 1402 BC. However, a Tran prince had fled to China. Rather than recognising the usurpers China tried to restore the Tran dynasty, but this failed when the prince was murdered. China responded by invading the country in 1406 and made it into a new province, Jiao Zhi.

This led to discontent amongst the local upper class who expected their privileges to be restored along with the Tran dynasty. The Ming administrative and military officials were domineering and insensitive to distinct local cultural practices. They applied the Chinese system of taxation, education, examination, and formal rites on the people abruptly. Rebellion soon spread rapidly. Zhang Fu, now Duke of Ying, was again sent to pacify An Nam twice. By Yong Le year 12 (AD 1414), almost all resistance forces within Jiao Zhi and hiding in neighbouring countries were eliminated. To pacify the people, Zhang Fu actively built up defences, forcefully organised many bandits into agricultural production, and employed surrendered Vietnamese leaders as officials.
Zhang Fu was later replaced by Li Bin and a eunuch, Ma Qi. He began massively searching and extracting riches and treasures within the area, causing great discontent and immediate rebellion of many surrendered Vietnamese leaders, including the famous Le Loi who began the Lam Son resistance in 1418. Li Bin was forced to pursue Vietnamese leaders from all directions. In Yong Le year 18 (AD 1420), Chen Zhi was sent to assist Li Bin.

Actions

A. Send Chen Zhi to assist Li Bin in Jiao Zhi

  • -80 gold
  • +17500 infantry in Hanoi
  • Leader Chen Zhi becomes active

B. Raise another army and send Zhang Fu to crush the rebels

  • Monarch's military skill -3 for 48 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill -2 for 48 months
  • -400 gold
  • +28000 infantry in the capital province
  • +10000 cavalry in the capital province
  • +20 artillery in the capital province
  • Offensive Doctrine +1
  • Leader Zhang Fu becomes active
  • Hanoi revolts
  • Hanoi revolts
  • Hanoi revolts
  • Tanh Noah revolts
  • Tanh Noah revolts
  • Tanh Noah revolts
  • Lao Cai revolts
  • Lao Cai revolts
  • Lao Cai revolts

C. Reform the administrative system

  • Set flag [reformvietnam1] for events
  • Centralization -2
  • Global revolt risk +10 for 72 months
  • Stability -1
  • Monarch's military skill -2 for 48 months
  • -180 gold
  • -1 base tax value in Hanoi
  • -1 base tax value in Tanh Noah
  • -1 base tax value in Lao Cai

D. Listen to Confucian advisors and give up Jiao Zhi

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of August 21, 1420
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1422)

Description

The founding Emperor of the Ming dynasty, Tai Zu (Zhu Yuan Zhang), started out from the poorest and lowest backgrounds. He was orphaned at a young age, and his elder brothers and sisters either died or abandoned him soon after. Because of his background, he always felt insecure about his authority as Emperor. He was particularly suspicious of those officials or generals who made vital contributions in establishing the Ming dynasty and reunifying the whole country, and killed many of them soon afterwards. He also ordered that officials are to kneel down when petitioning to the Emperor and could be caned in court if they said anything he felt improper. To protect the Emperor's authority, Tai Zu assigned all of his 26 sons, except the eldest and another who died early, to major cities across the Empire as Lords of various fiefdoms.

However, after Tai Zu's death, his fourth son, Zhu Di, Lord of Yan, started a rebellion and defeated the new Emperor, who was Zhu Di's nephew (Tai Zu's grandson). Zhu Di then became Emperor, title Cheng Zu (year title Yong Le). Cheng Zu recognised that assigning princes to fiefdoms could be a threat to imperial authority. He preferred the use of eunuchs to extend imperial authority even though under a family teaching laid down by Tai Zu, eunuchs are only supposed to run affairs inside the palace and forbidden to interfere in the running of the country's affairs. Eunuchs helped Cheng Zu during his rebellion by sending him secret intelligence from within the imperial palace.

In Yong Le year 18, month 8 (September, AD 1420), Cheng Zu established the Eastern Investigation Agency (Eastern Agency), headed by eunuchs directly responsible to the Emperor, to eliminate remnants of loyalists to his nephew and monitor the situation of the civilians. It had the power to supervise, investigate and arrest officials and civilians without judicial permission.

Actions

A. Establish it

  • Set flag [eunuchagency] for events
  • Innovativeness -1

B. Adhere to Tai Zu's decree

  • Centralization -2
  • Monarch's administrative skill -2 for 50 months

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Hebei
  • Control Hebei

Will happen within 120 days of October 16, 1420
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 16, 1421)

Description

The Ming Emperor Ming Cheng Zu siezed the throne from his nephew by starting a rebellion from his fiefdom in Bei Ping. His armies entered the imperial capital in Jian Wen year 4, month 6 (July, AD 1402). As the place of origin of his prosperity, Bei Ping was given the title Bei Jing (meaning northern capital) and Cheng Zu ordered the construction of Bei Jing in Yong Le year 4, leap month 7 (Aug-Sep, AD 1406). Cheng Zu was more comfortable in Bei Jing, where many of his loyal generals, soldiers and their families came from. Also moving the capital to the north strengthens the ability to defend and attack the Mongols from northern China, which had been a major concern.

The construction of Bei Jing took 200 000 artisans, craftsmans, blacksmiths, carpenters, etc and 1 million civilian labourers. Materials such as bricks, gold, stones and timber were extracted, manufactured in and transported from all over the Empire. The Bei Jing city was rectangular in shape, 7 km east-west by 5.7 km north-south, surrounded by a moat and walls 12 m high and close to 20 m thick. In the centre of the City, occupying one-sixth its area, is the square shaped, similarly walled, Royal City - forbidden to civilians. The Royal City in Bei Jing was similar to the Royal City in the imperial capital. Inside the Royal City are lakes, small islands, hills, pavillions, terraces and a 720000 square metres rectangular walled compound called the Purple Forbidden City. The Purple Forbidden City consisted of around 1000 buildings including over 9000 rooms, antechamers and halls. The front part is where the Emperor handed down imperial decrees, receive audience of officials to administer the Empire, interview the best imperial examinees, receive foreign ambassadors, conduct cermonies, hold banquets, and study books. The rear of the Purple Forbidden City is where the Emperor, his family and servants reside.

After 14 years of intermittent effort, the Royal City was basically completed. In Yong Le year 18, month 11, day 4 (8th December AD 1420), Cheng Zu decreed the capital be moved to Bei Jing, the original capital was to be called Nan Jing (southern capital).

Actions

A. The move to the Northern Capital is complete!

  • Move capital to Hebei
  • +2 base tax value in Hebei
  • +2 base manpower in Hebei
  • +1 base manpower in Hohhot
  • +1 base manpower in Shanxi
  • +20000 population in Hebei
  • Fortress level in Hebei +1
  • Offensive Doctrine +1
  • Monarch's military skill +2 for 48 months
  • Land tech investment: +5000
  • -200 gold
  • Stability -1
  • -1 base tax value in Shanghai
  • -20000 population in Shanghai
  • -1 base tax value in Anhui
  • -1 base tax value in Zhejiang
  • -1 base tax value in Jiangsu

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists
    • Magindanao exists
    • Vijayanagar exists
    • Lanka exists
    • Cambodia exists
    • Atjeh exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1421
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1423)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +100 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca
  • +15 relations with Magindanao
  • +15 relations with Vijayanagar
  • +15 relations with Lanka
  • +15 relations with Cambodia
  • +15 relations with Atjeh

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1422

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1422

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists
    • Magindanao exists
    • Vijayanagar exists
    • Lanka exists
    • Cambodia exists
    • Atjeh exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1423
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1426)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +100 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca
  • +15 relations with Magindanao
  • +15 relations with Vijayanagar
  • +15 relations with Lanka
  • +15 relations with Cambodia
  • +15 relations with Atjeh

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists

Will happen within 1440 days of June 2, 1424
Checked again every 1440 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1430)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +50 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca

China — Not random

Will happen within 40 days of August 14, 1424
Checked again every 40 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after September 30, 1424)

Description

From 1405-1424, the Ming Emperor, Ming Cheng Zu, sent out a massive treasure fleet, under the command of the famed eunuch admiral Zheng He, for a total of 6 voyages to the Western Ocean (Indian Ocean). Construction started in AD 1403 with an order to produce over 500 ships. Timber and other materials, as well as carpenters, sailmakers, and shipwrights and labourers were transported from all over the Empire to Port Liu Jia. At its height 20,000 to 30,000 people worked and lived at the yards in Port Liu Jia.

The ships were built for their grandeur. The largest of these enormous treasure ships were thought to be 400 feet long and 166 feet wide (compare Columbus's St. Maria of 85 ft and Cook's the Resolution of 111 ft). Once completed the fleet consisted of 317 ships with a crew of over 27,000 men, including soldiers, doctors, astronomers, and translators. The ships were beautifully painted and carved, fitted with bronze cannons, and contained grand cabins, and elaborate antechambers that were festooned with balconies and railings. Expensive treasures were loaded on the ships as gifts to impress foreign governments. The ships also utilised the latest technology, such as improved navigation equipment, watertight bulwark compartments, and the balanced rudder.

The ships were built primarily to pursue Cheng Zu's missing nephew from whom Cheng Zu siezed the throne, and to strengthen China's influence over its neighbours. The fleet explored Indonesia, India, Arabia, Persia and East Africa, making diplomatic contact and sometimes intervening in the affairs of foreign countries. Large numbers of embassadors with gifts and tributes were brought to China.

However, a dramatic turn around in policy occurred after Ren Zong succeeded the throne. Ren Zong was a conservative and influenced by Confucian beliefs. He thought that the enormous cost of supply and maintainence of the ships, crew, labourers and treasures created a heavy burden on the ordinary people. He ordered the suspension of treasure fleet voyages.

Actions

A. Suspend the activities of the fleet

  • -2 colonists
  • -2 merchants
  • -1 diplomats
  • Stability +1
  • Land tech investment: +2500
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +2500
  • Naval tech investment: -3500
  • Trade tech investment: -1500
  • Mercantilism -1
  • Land +1
  • Offensive Doctrine -1
  • Clear flag "[treasure_fleet_voyages]"

B. Continue our expansion

  • Gain 10 warships in a random province
  • Gain 5 transports in the same province
  • +2 colonists
  • +4 merchants
  • +2 diplomats
  • Land tech investment: -1500
  • Infrastructure tech investment: -1500
  • Naval tech investment: +2000
  • Trade tech investment: +1000
  • Global revolt risk +8 for 60 months
  • +3% inflation
  • -800 gold
  • Monarch's administrative skill -2 for 60 months
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +2 for 60 months
  • Set flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] for events

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1425

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1425

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Dai Viet exists

Will happen within 5 days of May 2, 1426
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1426)
unless prevented by
Action A of 157001 - Foundation of the Le Dynasty for Dai Viet
Action D of 147001 - Le Loi's Lam Son resistance in Vietnam for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China

Description

Le Loi began the Lam Son resistance in AD 1418. Li Bin, the commander in Jiao Zhi, was forced to pursue Vietnamese leaders from all directions. In Yong Le year 18 (AD 1420), Chen Zhi was sent to assist Li Bin. By autumn of the next year, the rebels were defeated, but Le Loi was not captured. In Yong Le year 20 (AD 1422), Li Bin died, Chen Zhi replaced him as commander. Chen Zhi and another general Fang Zheng did not get along. They met several defeats and neither succeeded in getting Le Loi under control. By Xuan De year 1, month 4 (May, AD 1426), Ming Emperor Xuan Zong ordered Wang Tong to replace both generals.

Actions

A. Send Wang Tong to replace Chen Zhi

  • -80 gold
  • +17500 infantry in Hanoi
  • Leader Wang Tong becomes active
  • Set flag [Wang_Tong] for events

B. Listen to Confucian advisors and give up Jiao Zhi

C. Send Zhang Fu again to lead an army to crush the rebellion

  • Monarch's military skill -3 for 72 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill -2 for 72 months
  • -300 gold
  • +23000 infantry in the capital province
  • +10000 cavalry in the capital province
  • +20 artillery in the capital province
  • Leader Zhang Fu becomes active
  • Hanoi revolts
  • Hanoi revolts
  • Hanoi revolts
  • Tanh Noah revolts
  • Tanh Noah revolts
  • Tanh Noah revolts
  • Lao Cai revolts
  • Lao Cai revolts
  • Lao Cai revolts

D. Reform the administrative system

  • Set flag [reformvietnam2] for events
  • Centralization -1
  • Global revolt risk +10 for 72 months
  • Stability -1
  • Monarch's military skill -2 for 72 months
  • -180 gold
  • -1 base tax value in Hanoi
  • -1 base tax value in Tanh Noah
  • -1 base tax value in Lao Cai

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of May 3, 1426
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after August 3, 1426)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147024 - Rebellion of the Lord of Han for China

Description

Cheng Zu did not favour his eldest son, Zhu Gao Chi, who was quiet, obese and had trouble moving around. However, Zhu Gao Chi had a benevolent personality, and attracted the support of many Confucian officials. In contrast, Cheng Zu's second son, Zhu Gao Xu, took part in many battles when his father started the rebellion to sieze the throne. He was known to be ambitious, brave and fierce and had the loyalty of those generals and officials who contributed to secure Cheng Zu's throne. However, as time passed, Cheng Zu found that Zhu Gao Chi's eldest son, Zhu Zhan Ji, was brave and intelligent. This caused Cheng Zu to confirm the tradition of making eldest son, Zhu Gao Chi, the heir.

Despite this many still petitioned Cheng Zu to make Zhu Gao Xu move to an assigned fiefdom so as to end any remaining factioning amongst officials in the imperial capital. Cheng Zu declined and punished those officials who interfered with the issue of succession. Finally, in Yong Le year 13 (AD 1415), Cheng Zu ordered Zhu Gao Xu to go to his newly assigned fiefdom in Shan Dong province. However, some of Zhu Gao Xu's loyalists remained in the capital.

After Cheng Zu died, Zhu Gao Chi succeeded as Ren Zong, but died less than 1 year later. His son, Zhu Zhan Ji succeeded as Xuan Zong, as Cheng Zu had earlier wished. By this time, Zhu Gao Xu, Lord of Han, decided to rebel against his nephew to seize the throne, just like Cheng Zu had done before.

Actions

A. Bad news

China — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Centralization is at 7 or higher
  • Own Hebei
  • Own Shandong
  • The following must not occur:

Will happen within 30 days of May 3, 1426
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after August 3, 1426)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147023 - Rebellion of the Lord of Han for China

Description

Cheng Zu did not favour his eldest son, Zhu Gao Chi, who was quiet, obese and had trouble moving around. However, Zhu Gao Chi had a benevolent personality, and attracted the support of many Confucian officials. In contrast, Cheng Zu's second son, Zhu Gao Xu, took part in many battles when his father started the rebellion to sieze the throne. He was known to be ambitious, brave and fierce and had the loyalty of those generals and officials who contributed to secure Cheng Zu's throne. However, as time passed, Cheng Zu found that Zhu Gao Chi's eldest son, Zhu Zhan Ji, was brave and intelligent. This caused Cheng Zu to confirm the tradition of making eldest son, Zhu Gao Chi, the heir.

Despite this many still petitioned Cheng Zu to make Zhu Gao Xu move to an assigned fiefdom so as to end any remaining factioning amongst officials in the imperial capital. Cheng Zu declined and punished those officials who interfered with the issue of succession. Finally, in Yong Le year 13 (AD 1415), Cheng Zu ordered Zhu Gao Xu to go to his newly assigned fiefdom in Shan Dong province. However, some of Zhu Gao Xu's loyalists remained in the capital.

After Cheng Zu died, Zhu Gao Chi succeeded as Ren Zong, but died less than 1 year later. His son, Zhu Zhan Ji succeeded as Xuan Zong, as Cheng Zu had earlier wished. By this time, Zhu Gao Xu, Lord of Han, decided to rebel against his nephew to seize the throne, just like Cheng Zu had done before.

Actions

A. Bad news

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1 days of May 3, 1426
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1440)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147027 - Qingdao under control for China
Action A of 147028 - The Lord of Han has died for China

Description

Lord of Han, Zhu Gao Yu's armies have entered the capital and siezed the throne. Order has to be restored in the Empire...

Actions

A. A new Emperor...

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists
    • Magindanao exists
    • Vijayanagar exists
    • Lanka exists
    • Cambodia exists
    • Atjeh exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1426
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1429)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +100 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca
  • +15 relations with Magindanao
  • +15 relations with Vijayanagar
  • +15 relations with Lanka
  • +15 relations with Cambodia
  • +15 relations with Atjeh

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [Wang_Tong] is set
  • The following must not occur:
    • Dai Viet exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Control Tanh Noah
      • Control Hanoi
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Control Hanoi
      • Control Lao Cai
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Control Tanh Noah
      • Control Lao Cai

Will happen within 1 days of October 2, 1427
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1429)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China

Description

By Xuan De year 1, month 4 (May, AD 1426), Ming Emperor, Ming Xuan Zong ordered Wang Tong as commander in Jiao Zhi. Wong Tong, however, inherited his position from his father and was in fact a person with little courage. After a major defeat, he did not dare to fight Le Loi and retreated into the cities. In the winter of the same year, the Emperor sent yet another general, Liu Sheng, to lead 70 000 men to reinforce Li Tong. It took until the 9th month of the next year for Liu Sheng to enter Jiao Zhi, who was quickly ambushed and killed. By this time, Li Tong was shaken greatly, and decided, without imperial authority, to accept a truce offered by Le Loi. Under the truce, Le Loi claimed to have found a descendant of the Tran royal family and sought to reinstall him in return for Ming retreat from Jiao Zhi. Without imperial authority, Li Tong and Ma Qi then led about 80 000 officials, soldiers and their families back to China.

Xuan Zong, had expressed the desire to retreat from Jiao Zhi since he first inherited the throne. He was supported by cabinet advisors Yang Shi Qi and Yang Ron, but was opposed by other bureaucrats. After the defeat of Liu Sheng, in Xuan De year 2, month 11 (November AD 1427) Xuan Zong ordered the retreat from Jiao Zhi and restoration of the Tran dynasty. However, before this order reached its destination, Wang Tong had already fully withdrew from Jiao Zhi. Xuan Zong therefore approved the truce.

Very soon after this, in AD 1428, Le Loi poisoned the new nominal Tran King and declared himself King, founding the Le Dynasty and changing the name of the country to Dai Viet. Le Loi sent ambassadors to the Ming Emperor, seeking the title of King to be granted to himself, He claimed that there were no descendants of the Tran family and that the Vietnamese people wanted him to lead the country. This led to a diplomatic deadlock for some years. It was not until the summer of Xuan De year 6 (AD 1431) that Xuan Zong finally recognised Le Loi's authority over An Nam's national affairs.

Anyway, if China wants to go to war, never make peace without vassalizing. Otherwise, attempt to incorporate Vietnamese as a normal part of the Empire will become impossible...

Actions

A. Wang Tong betrayal of the Empire cannot be undone

B. Go to war and teach the rebels a bitter lesson

  • Event 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China will never fire
  • Set flag [2ndwarvietnam] for events
  • Grant independence to Dai Viet
  • Monarch's military skill -3 for 72 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill -2 for 72 months
  • -400 gold
  • +28000 infantry in the capital province
  • +10000 cavalry in the capital province
  • +20 artillery in the capital province
  • Leader Zhang Fu becomes active
  • Event 157012 - Le Loi defends 2nd invasion of Dai Viet for Dai Viet is triggered immediately

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [2ndwarvietnam] is set
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • China and Dai Viet are at war
    • It is the year 1433 or later
  • The following must not occur:
    • Dai Viet is a vassal of China

Will happen within 1 days of October 2, 1427
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after April 2, 1433)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147006 - Success of 2nd invasion of An Nam for China

Description

The failure to pacify Dai Viet signifies that it is never possible to incorporate Dai Viet as part of the central Chinese empire anymore. It had previously been independent for too long that we have forever lost this area.

Actions

A. We must accept that as truth

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [2ndwarvietnam] is set
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • All of the following must occur:
      • China controls Hanoi
      • China controls Tanh Noah
      • China controls Lao Cai
    • Dai Viet is a vassal of China

Will happen within 1 days of October 2, 1427
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after April 2, 1433)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

We have succeeded in our 2nd invasion of An Nam, our efforts to incorporate it as a normal part of the Empire continues.

Actions

A. Great!

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Flag [win2ndwarvietnam] is set
  • Dai Viet exists

Will happen within 30 days of October 2, 1427
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1582)

Description

The failure to pacify Dai Viet signifies that it is never possible to incorporate Dai Viet as part of the central Chinese empire anymore. It had previously been independent for too long that we have forever lost this area.

Actions

A. We must accept that as truth

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 5 days of November 2, 1427
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after May 2, 1433)

Description

We must continue the incorporation of An Nam.

Actions

A. Incorporate it!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi +800
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah +800
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai +800

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1 days of November 3, 1427
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1440)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147026 - The Lord of Han siezed the throne for China
Action A of 147028 - The Lord of Han has died for China

Description

Qingdao is under our control. Without support of its base, Lord of Han's Rebellion has failed.

Actions

A. OK

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Sichuan Pendi
    • Lu Chuan is a neighbor
  • The following must not occur:
    • China and Lu Chuan are at war

Will happen within 150 days of January 2, 1428
Checked again every 150 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1430)

Description

In Xuan De year 3 (AD 1428), Yun Nan's 3 provicial administrators complained that Si Ren Fa, the chief administrator of Lu Chuan, had been invading other tribes. Mu Cheng, the Duke of Qian, requested the sending of 50,000 soldiers to invade Lu Chuan as a punishment, but the Emperor refused, saying that the population was still very unsettled from the campaigns in An Nam and Si Chuan. The Emperor ordered Mu Cheng, along with officials in Yun Nan to diplomatically resolve the issue through decreeing, warning and persuading Si Ren Fa to secure his own borders and pacify his own people. However, by Xuan De year 5 (AD 1430), Si Ren Fa has occupied the area of Meng Yang west of Lu Chuan.

Actions

A. They will be deterred by simple threats

  • Offensive Doctrine -1
  • +30 relations with Mu Bang
  • +30 relations with Burma
  • +30 relations with Meng Yang

B. We must teach them a bitter lesson

  • Sichuan Pendi revolts
  • Sichuan Pendi revolts
  • Sichuan Pendi revolts
  • Sichuan Pendi revolts
  • -200 relations with Lu Chuan
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Lu Chuan for 1 months
  • Event 378000 - China complains... for Lu Chuan is triggered immediately

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Lu Chuan is a neighbor
  • Event 378000 - China complains... for Lu Chuan has already occurred
  • The following must not occur:
    • China and Lu Chuan are at war

Will happen within 5 days of January 2, 1428
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1431)

Description

In Xuan De year 3 (AD 1428), Yun Nan's 3 provincial administrators complained that Si Ren Fa, the chief administrator of Lu Chuan, had been invading other tribes. Mu Cheng, the Duke of Qian, requested the sending of 50,000 soldiers to invade Lu Chuan as a punishment, but the Emperor refused, saying that the population was still very unsettled from the campaigns in An Nam and Si Chuan. The Emperor ordered Mu Cheng, along with officials in Yun Nan to diplomatically resolve the issue through decreeing, warning and persuading Si Ren Fa to secure his own borders and pacify his own people. However, by Xuan De year 5 (AD 1430), Si Ren Fa has occupied the area of Meng Yang west of Lu Chuan.

Actions

A. Go to war!

  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Lu Chuan for 1 months
  • Start a war with Lu Chuan

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1428

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1428

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of February 5, 1429
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after February 5, 1431)

Description

The founding Emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Ming Tai Zu, laid down a family teaching that eunuchs are only supposed to be servants running affairs inside the palace and forbidden to interfere in the running of the country's affairs. He also laid down the teaching that eunuchs are forbidden to be literate so as to curtail them from gaining power over the Emperor. But the later Emperor, Cheng Zu, breached this and began to use eunuchs as ambassadors to foreign countries, supervise armies outside the capital, and investigate civilian matters. Ming Xuan Zong continued this policy to delegate power to the eunuchs and in AD 1429 he established classes in the internal palace to teach eunuchs to be literate. Having eunuchs being literate is supposed to help the Emperor deal with national affairs in his palace more smoothly.

Actions

A. Establish it

  • Set flag [eunuchagency2] for events

B. Adhere to Tai Zu's decree

  • Centralization -1
  • Monarch's administrative skill -2 for 50 months

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists
    • Magindanao exists
    • Vijayanagar exists
    • Lanka exists
    • Cambodia exists
    • Atjeh exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1429
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1433)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +100 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca
  • +15 relations with Magindanao
  • +15 relations with Vijayanagar
  • +15 relations with Lanka
  • +15 relations with Cambodia
  • +15 relations with Atjeh

China — Not random

Will happen within 80 days of April 2, 1430
Checked again every 80 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 30, 1430)

Description

Although Xuan Zong was an Emperor under strong Confucian influence and concentrated on domestic affairs, he tried to keep military generals content whilst pursuing his conservative policies. One such attempt was the recomissioning of Treasure Fleet voyages headed by Zheng He in AD 1430. He felt that the amount of incoming tribute was declining and ordered a new voyage to gain back the Empire's influence on foreign countries. Moreover, he felt that it would not cost a lot to the Empire as this voyage only made use of ships that were otherwise left idle to decay in the ports.

Actions

A. Once again for the glory of China

  • +1 colonists
  • +2 merchants
  • +2 diplomats
  • Land tech investment: -1000
  • Infrastructure tech investment: -1000
  • Naval tech investment: +2000
  • Trade tech investment: +1000
  • Aristocracy -1
  • Mercantilism +1
  • Land -1
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +2 for 60 months
  • -250 gold
  • Set flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] for events

B. Zheng He's time has passed

  • -1 colonists
  • -1 merchants
  • -1 diplomats
  • Land tech investment: +1500
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +1500
  • Naval tech investment: -2500
  • Trade tech investment: -1200
  • Clear flag "[treasure_fleet_voyages]"

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Champa exists

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1430
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1435)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists

Will happen within 1440 days of June 2, 1430
Checked again every 1440 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1436)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +50 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1431

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1431

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists
    • Magindanao exists
    • Vijayanagar exists
    • Lanka exists
    • Cambodia exists
    • Atjeh exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1433
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1437)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +100 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca
  • +15 relations with Magindanao
  • +15 relations with Vijayanagar
  • +15 relations with Lanka
  • +15 relations with Cambodia
  • +15 relations with Atjeh

China — Not random

Will happen within 5 days of July 2, 1433
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after August 2, 1433)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147015 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

Le Loi died in July 1433.

Actions

A. Good!

China — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Centralization is at 7 or higher
  • Flag [reformvietnam2] is set
  • Flag [reformvietnam1] is set

Will happen within 5 days of July 2, 1433
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after August 2, 1433)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147009 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

Le Loi died in July 1433.

Actions

A. Good!

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1434

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1434

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Zhengtong (Ying Zong) is active

Will happen within 1 days of January 26, 1435
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after February 6, 1435)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147026 - The Lord of Han siezed the throne for China

Description

The Three Yang refers to Yang Pu, Yang Shi Qi, and Yang Rong. The three of them served in the cabinet during the administration of 4 Emperors, Cheng Zu, Ren Zong, Xuan Zong and Ying Zong, participating in the administration of the most important classified imperial matters. Yang Shi Qi made proposals which contributed to reduced taxes, reduced labour service, pacification of outlaws, strengthening supervision of officials, and nomination of capable officials. Yang Rong was flexible, vigilant, astute, decisive and observant. He was also learned in geography, and contributed to various successful military policies.

When Ying Zong ascended the throne in 1435, he was only aged 9. Grand Dowager Empress Zhang, grandmother of Ying Zong and widow of Ren Zong, supervised the administration, and placed faith on the advice of the Three Yang to make decisions. During the times of their Counsel, the imperial administration constantly trained its armies, strictly defended the borders, effectively supervised the officials and restrained the use of criminal punishments. The assistance of Three Yang for a long period contributed to peace and stability of early Ming.

Actions

A. Hail the Three Yang

  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +1 for 90 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill +4 for 90 months
  • Monarch's military skill +2 for 60 months

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Champa exists

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1435
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1441)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa

China — Not random

Will happen within 120 days of April 2, 1436
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1436)

Description

After the death of Xuan Zong, the Three Yang became counsels to the Imperial administration. Zheng He has also died and these Confucian bureaucrats questioned the costly maintenance of the massive Treasure Fleet, especially when there were more pressing concerns on the land borders and internal affair. The emperor placed a ban on all construction of new ocean-going vessels.

Actions

A. Ban all construction

  • Gain Fine Arts Academy in the capital province
  • Gain bailiff in a random province
  • Lose shipyard in a random province
  • -4 colonists
  • -4 merchants
  • -2 diplomats
  • Stability +1
  • Land tech investment: +4500
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +4500
  • Naval tech investment: -7000
  • Trade tech investment: -2000
  • Aristocracy +1
  • Innovativeness -1
  • Mercantilism +1
  • Land +2
  • Offensive Doctrine -1
  • Clear flag "[treasure_fleet_voyages]"

B. It won't hurt to keep making some cheaper ones

  • -2 colonists
  • -2 merchants
  • -1 diplomats
  • Land tech investment: +2000
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +2000
  • Naval tech investment: -3000
  • Trade tech investment: -1000
  • Innovativeness -1
  • Land +1
  • Offensive Doctrine -1
  • Monarch's administrative skill -2 for 90 months
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill -2 for 90 months
  • +1% inflation
  • Clear flag "[treasure_fleet_voyages]"

C. We will rule the seas forever!

  • Gain 10 warships in a random province
  • Gain 5 transports in the same province
  • Gain shipyard in Shanghai
  • Lose bailiff in a random province
  • Lose bailiff in a random province
  • +6 colonists
  • +6 merchants
  • +2 diplomats
  • Land tech investment: -4000
  • Infrastructure tech investment: -5000
  • Naval tech investment: +6000
  • Trade tech investment: +3000
  • Leader Wang Jing Hong becomes active
  • Aristocracy -1
  • Mercantilism -2
  • Land -2
  • -1400 gold
  • Global revolt risk +9 for 180 months
  • Global revolt risk +6 for 120 months
  • Global revolt risk +3 for 60 months
  • +4% inflation
  • Monarch's administrative skill -2 for 180 months
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +2 for 180 months
  • Set flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] for events
  • Event 10047 - Dismantling of the fleet for China will never fire
  • Event 10005 - Japanese Pirates Attack for China will never fire
  • Event 10006 - Pirates besiege Nanjing for China will never fire

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists

Will happen within 1440 days of June 2, 1436
Checked again every 1440 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1442)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +50 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Sichuan Pendi
    • Lu Chuan is a neighbor

Will happen within 120 days of October 2, 1436
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1437)

Description

In Zheng Tong year 1 (AD 1436), the Emperor granted permission to write off Lu Chuan's large amounts of overdue tribute to the Ming Emperor. The Emperor had been persuaded by Lu Chuan's chief administrator, Si Ren Fa, that he was unable to pay because his land had been invaded by Mu Bang and few people were left on his land to be taxed. However, soon after making this excuse, Si Ren Fa launched attacks across large areas in Sout West Yun Nan, and siezed the land of other tribes which were loyal to Ming. By Zheng Tong year 3, month 7 (August, AD 1438), Si Ren Fa declared himself King. Mu Cheng (Duke of Qian) and general Fang Zheng were ordered to crush the rebellion. However, the two generals were at odds about the strategy which led to disaster by the next year. Fang Zheng led an army by himself and pursued deep into enemy territory but was killed in an ambush. Shocked by this news, Mu Cheng died suddenly in the army. His brother Mu Ang replaced him as commander but by Zheng Tong year 6, month 1, day 17 (8th february, AD 1441), Wang Zhen, the powerful eunuch in Ming government, decided to send 150,000 men, led by general Jiang Gui and commanded by military secretary Wang Ji, to eliminate the rebellion.

Actions

A. What treacherous barbarians. Let us crush them!

  • Grant independence to Lu Chuan
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Lu Chuan for 60 months
  • -200 relations with Lu Chuan
  • Event 378001 - Lu Chuan Rebellion for Lu Chuan is triggered immediately

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1437

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1437

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists
    • Magindanao exists
    • Vijayanagar exists
    • Lanka exists
    • Cambodia exists
    • Atjeh exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1437
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1440)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +100 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca
  • +15 relations with Magindanao
  • +15 relations with Vijayanagar
  • +15 relations with Lanka
  • +15 relations with Cambodia
  • +15 relations with Atjeh

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1440

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1440

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Zhengtong (Ying Zong) is active

Will happen within 20 days of March 2, 1440
Checked again every 20 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after May 2, 1440)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147026 - The Lord of Han siezed the throne for China
Action A of 147027 - Qingdao under control for China

Description

Lord of Han has died and his rebellion has subsided.

Actions

A. OK

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists
    • Magindanao exists
    • Vijayanagar exists
    • Lanka exists
    • Cambodia exists
    • Atjeh exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1440
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1443)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +100 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca
  • +15 relations with Magindanao
  • +15 relations with Vijayanagar
  • +15 relations with Lanka
  • +15 relations with Cambodia
  • +15 relations with Atjeh

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Sichuan Pendi
    • Lu Chuan is a neighbor
  • The following must not occur:
    • China and Lu Chuan are at war

Will happen within 270 days of June 2, 1440
Checked again every 270 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1450)

Description

Wang Zhen, the powerful eunuch in Ming government, decided to send 150,000 men, led by general Jiang Gui and commanded by military secretary Wang Ji, to eliminate the Lu Chuan rebellion started by Si Ren Fa. Rebel forces were defeated and Ming army entered Lu Chuan. However, Si Ren Fa escaped to Myanmar. Ming government decreed that whichever tribe hands over Si Ren Fa to China would be rewarded with the land of Lu Chuan. Myanmar was hesitant about handing over Si Ren Fa, as they did not trust China about rewarding the land to them and feared revenge by Si Ren Fa's son, who fled to Meng Yang. After Ming troops returned home, Si Ren Fa's son, Si Ji Fa, returned to Lu Chuan and continued the rebellion.

Actions

A. The rebels must be eliminated and Si Ren Fa must be executed

B. We shall not get involved in barbaric feuds anymore

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Champa exists

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1441
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1444)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of August 21, 1442
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1442)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147026 - The Lord of Han siezed the throne for China

Description

Ming Emperor, Ying Zong, favoured the eunuch Wang Zhen, who had been by his side ever since boyhood when he was still the Grand Prince. Wang Zhen used this favouritism to interfere in imperial politics and punished officials at will, contrary to a familly teaching laid down by Tai Zu, the founding Emperor of the Ming dynasty, that eunuchs were not to interfere with imperial politics. Grand Dowager Empress Zhang thus threatened Wang Zhen with a knife at his neck and ordered him to be executed. But Ying Zong saved Wang Zhen.

In late 1442, the Grand Dowage Empress Zhang died. Of the Three Yang Counsels, Yang Rong died in 1440. In 1442, an ordinary village elder alleged that Yang Shi Qi's eldest son had evaded imperial taxes and unlawfully occupied estate lands. Yang Shi Qi did not attempt to suppress or attack the allegation maker but instead admitted his son's offences and sought leniency from Ying Zong. Ying Zong, now aged 16, favoured Wang Zhen and was uneasy with the prestige of the Three Yang Counsels. He refused leniency for Yang Shi Qi's son. In the same year Yang Shi Qi himself, now aged 79 died in shame. Of the 3 counsels to the Emperor, only Yang Pu remained, without support, until 1446 when he died at age 74.

Actions

A. Punish the criminals

  • -1% inflation

B. Allow leniency

  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +1 for 45 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill +3 for 45 months
  • Infrastructure tech investment: -2000

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1443

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1443

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists
    • Magindanao exists
    • Vijayanagar exists
    • Lanka exists
    • Cambodia exists
    • Atjeh exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1443
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1446)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +100 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca
  • +15 relations with Magindanao
  • +15 relations with Vijayanagar
  • +15 relations with Lanka
  • +15 relations with Cambodia
  • +15 relations with Atjeh

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • China owns Sichuan Pendi
    • China owns Kachin
  • The following must not occur:
    • China and Lu Chuan are at war

Will happen within 180 days of July 2, 1443
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after July 2, 1451)

Description

The second invasion of Lu Chuan ended after the defeat of Si Ji Fa. Si Ji Fa fled to Meng Yang, and siezed control of the area. The Ming government made failed attempts to capture him.

Actions

A. This is frustrating

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1 days of August 2, 1443
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1452)

Description

Myanmar finally handed over the rebel leader Si Ren Fa (Si Ji Fa's father) to Ming authorities, but the Ming government did not give any reward to Myanmar because of the delay. The Emperor ordered the ambassador of Meng Yang to bring Si Ji Fa to see him. Si Ji Fa was too afraid to go, and the Emperor, for the third time, ordered Wang Ji to Yun Nan to capture Si Ji Fa.

Actions

A. The rebels must be exterminated. Move our troops into Meng Yang

  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Meng Yang for 1 months
  • Start a war with Meng Yang
  • Stability +1
  • +10 victory points

B. The barbarians are impossible to eliminate. Let us have peace

China — Not random

Will happen within 150 days of May 2, 1444
Checked again every 150 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 2, 1444)

Description

The Ming Empire's expensive foreign campaigns required the supply of large amounts of gold, silver and other metals. At the same time, as the Three Yang counsels declined in power and Wang Zhen rose to power in the central government, an atmosphere of corruption began to spread amongst the ruling class. In order to afford bribes, which is now endorsed by Wang Zhen, officials and rich people greatly increased their demand for personal wealth. This led to increased upper class domination and exploitation of the population, such as demanding higher rent from peasant farmers. Another unfortunate group were the mining workers, who because of their chance of being in contact with valuable metals were strictly and harshly treated and worked in poor conditions. A mining worker Ye Zong Liu was alleged to have stolen some silver. He killed a local official and began leading other miners in a rebellion. The rebels fought along the area of northern Fu Jian, southern Jie Jiang and eastern Jiang Xi. This developed into a substantial rebellion numbered into the tens of thousands. The government failed to successfully eliminate or pacify them. Although Ye Zong Liu was later killed by a fellow rebel leader, the rebellion did not die down until the earlier years of Jing Tai period (AD 1450s).

Actions

A. Oh, well...

  • Zhejiang revolts
  • Zhejiang revolts
  • Zhejiang revolts
  • Zhejiang revolts
  • Revolt risk value in Zhejiang +400
  • Revolt risk value in Anhui +200

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Champa exists

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1444
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1447)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1446

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1446

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Champa exists
    • Ayutthaya exists
    • Palembang exists
    • Mataram exists
    • Malacca exists
    • Magindanao exists
    • Vijayanagar exists
    • Lanka exists
    • Cambodia exists
    • Atjeh exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1446
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +100 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa
  • +15 relations with Ayutthaya
  • +15 relations with Palembang
  • +15 relations with Mataram
  • +15 relations with Malacca
  • +15 relations with Magindanao
  • +15 relations with Vijayanagar
  • +15 relations with Lanka
  • +15 relations with Cambodia
  • +15 relations with Atjeh

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of July 13, 1446
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after July 13, 1452)
unless prevented by
Action B of 147035 - Another Rebellion in Lu Chuan for China

Description

For the third time, the Emperor ordered Wang Ji to Yun Nan to capture Si Ji Fa. Wang Ji defeated Si Ji Fa, but was still unable to capture him. The army went past Meng Yang and reached Meng Na (near modern day Katha on the border of Kachin and Sagaing in northern Burma), to the astonishment and shock of many local tribes, who did not know of any Han Chinese who had ever crossed the Irrawaddy river since the time of antiquity. Wang Ji ordered the army to return home. The rebels supported Si Ren Fa's young son Si Lu as leader and continued to occupy the Meng Yang area. Wang Ji knew that the rebels could not be eliminated, and thus made an agreement with Si Lu, allowing them to reside in Meng Yang, but erected a stone tablet at Irrawaddy River, with the words 'thou shall not cross until the seas dry up and the rocks crumble'. The Ming Emperor then granted Myanmar authority to govern the Meng Yang area and to capture Si Ji Fa.

Actions

A. The barbarians are impossible to eliminate. Let us have peace.

B. We will never give up!

  • Start a war with Meng Yang
  • Kachin revolts
  • Kachin revolts
  • Kachin revolts
  • Kachin revolts
  • Revolt risk value in Kachin +300

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Champa exists

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1447
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1450)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa

China — Not random

Will happen within 150 days of June 2, 1448
Checked again every 150 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 2, 1448)

Description

In a similar situation to Ye Zong Liu is another rebel leader Deng Mao Qi. He started a rebellion in central Fujian province on Zheng Tong year 13, month 8, day 2 (30th August, AD 1448). Rebel forces attacked and captured several cities in central Fu Jian province, and the forces grew rapidly. However, Deng Mao Qi was killed by government forces on Zheng Tong year 14, month 2, day 6 (28th February, AD 1449).

Actions

A. Oh, well...

  • Fujian revolts
  • Fujian revolts
  • Fujian revolts
  • Fujian revolts
  • Revolt risk value in Fujian +400

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1449

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1449

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Centralization is at 5 or higher

Will happen within 90 days of April 2, 1449
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after April 2, 1449)

Description

Large scale rebellion of the Miao people occurred in Gui Zhou and Hu Guang provinces. They numbered into the hundred thousands and surrounded many cities. Wang Ji, on his return from pursuing Si Ji Fa in Yun Nan, was ordered to put out the rebellion. However, he halted his armies from fighting. After the Tu Mu incident, he was replaced by other generals who swiftly defeated the rebels.

Actions

A. Oh, well...

  • Hunan revolts
  • Hunan revolts
  • Hunan revolts
  • Hunan revolts
  • Hunan revolts
  • Hunan revolts
  • Hunan revolts
  • Hunan revolts
  • Nanchang revolts
  • Nanchang revolts
  • Guizhou revolts
  • Guizhou revolts
  • Wenshan revolts
  • Wenshan revolts
  • Revolt risk value in Hunan +400
  • Revolt risk value in Nanchang +200
  • Revolt risk value in Guizhou +200
  • Revolt risk value in Wenshan +200

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 0 days of November 23, 1449
Checked again every 0 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after February 24, 1457)

Description

Jingtai to the Throne

Actions

A. OK

  • Set flag [Jingtai] for events
  • Monarch Jingtai becomes active

China — Not random

Will happen within 10000 days of January 2, 1450
Checked again every 10000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1490)

Description

Ever since the capture of the Emperor Zhengtong by the Mongols, security on the northern frontier has been an important issue. One problem is the sorry state of the Great Wall, built in ancient times, but left to crumble in recent centuries. We could repair the Great Wall, but it would be expensive and the effort, both physical and fiscal, would likely cause some unrest among the people. However, with improved defenses, the provinces in the area would likely become more productive and secure, while without them people may leave to safer havens. What shall we do?

Actions

A. Yes, we need to repair the Great Wall!

  • Offensive Doctrine -2
  • Fortress level in Hepei +1
  • +1 base tax value in Hepei
  • Fortress level in Hohhot +1
  • +1 base tax value in Hohhot
  • Stability -1
  • -500 gold

B. Let it continue to crumble

  • Offensive Doctrine +1
  • Stability +1
  • -1000 population in Hepei
  • -1000 population in Hohhot

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Champa exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1450
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1453)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 360 days of April 2, 1451
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after April 2, 1453)

Description

Large scale rebellion of the Miao people occurred in Gui Zhou and Hu Guang provinces. They numbered into the hundred thousands and surrounded many cities. Wang Ji, on his return from pursuing Si Ji Fa in Yun Nan, was ordered to put out the rebellion. However, he halted his armies from fighting. After the Tu Mu incident, he was replaced by other generals who swiftly defeated the rebels.

Actions

A. Oh, well...

  • Revolt risk value in Hunan -400
  • Revolt risk value in Nanchang -200
  • Revolt risk value in Guizhou -200
  • Revolt risk value in Wenshan -200

China — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of June 2, 1451
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1453)

Description

By this time Ye Zong Liu and Deng Mao Qi's Rebellion have died down.

Actions

A. Oh, well...

  • Revolt risk value in Fujian -400
  • Revolt risk value in Zhejiang -400
  • Revolt risk value in Anhui -200

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1452

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1452

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Champa exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1453
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1456)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of July 2, 1453
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1453)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147009 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

The longer we rule Da Viet, the more the people gradual accept themselves as a normal part of the Empire.

Actions

A. Good!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi -200
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah -200
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai -200

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1455

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1455

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Champa exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1456
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1459)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen on February 25, 1457

Description

Zhengtong seized the throne from his brother and taking the new throne name Tianshun. The instability of the past few years now seems to be over!

Actions

A. Great!

  • Stability +2
  • Set flag [Tianshun] for events
  • Monarch Tianshun becomes active

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 0 days of February 26, 1457
Checked again every 0 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 23, 1464)

Description

Tianshun to the Throne

Actions

A. OK

  • Set flag [Tianshun] for events
  • Monarch Tianshun becomes active

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1458

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1458

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
  • Champa exists
  • Flag [treasure_fleet_voyages] is set

Will happen within 120 days of June 2, 1459
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1462)

Description

As the Treasure Fleet continued its expedition to display the glory of the Empire, and even after, foreign ambassadors were impressed and eager to pay tribute or gifts to the Ming Empire to establish good relations and trade with the Empire.

Actions

A. Tribute Received

  • +10 gold
  • +15 relations with Champa

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 120 days of July 13, 1460
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 2, 1460)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147036 - End of Lu Chuan Rebellion for China

Description

After occupying the area for 10 years, the Meng Yang area is finally rid of rebels.

Actions

A. Finally

  • Revolt risk value in Kachin -300

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1461

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1461

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of August 2, 1463
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1463)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147015 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

The longer we rule Da Viet, the more the people gradual accept themselves as a normal part of the Empire.

Actions

A. Good!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi -150
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah -150
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai -150

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1464

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1464

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1467

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1467

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1470

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1470

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1473

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1473

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of July 2, 1473
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1473)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147009 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

The longer we rule Da Viet, the more the people gradual accept themselves as a normal part of the Empire.

Actions

A. Good!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi -200
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah -200
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai -200

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1476

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1476

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1479

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1479

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1482

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1482

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1485

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1485

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1488

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1488

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1491

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1491

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of July 2, 1493
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1493)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147009 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

The longer we rule Da Viet, the more the people gradual accept themselves as a normal part of the Empire.

Actions

A. Good!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi -150
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah -150
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai -150

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of August 2, 1493
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1493)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147015 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

The longer we rule Da Viet, the more the people gradual accept themselves as a normal part of the Empire..

Actions

A. Good!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi -200
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah -200
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai -200

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1494

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1494

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1497

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1497

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +50% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 3000 days of January 2, 1500
Checked again every 3000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1510)

Description

Recent advances in glazes, painting techniques, and pottery-making have resulted in a product that many experts claim is perfection. Exports in chinaware have increased as our product is in high demand. Provinces especially dedicated to the production of the finest porcelain have grown rich on the trade, increasing our revenue from those areas!

Actions

A. Perfect!

  • +2 base tax value in Anhui
  • +2 base tax value in Shaanxi

China — Not random

Will happen within 10000 days of January 2, 1500
Checked again every 10000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1540)

Description

Ever since the capture of the Emperor Zhengtong by the Mongols, security on the northern frontier has been an important issue. One problem is the sorry state of the Great Wall, built in ancient times, but left to crumble in recent centuries. We could repair the Great Wall, but it would be expensive and the effort, both physical and fiscal, would likely cause some unrest among the people. However, with improved defenses, the provinces in the area would likely become more productive and secure, while without them people may leave to safer havens. What shall we do?

Actions

A. Yes, we need further repairs to the Great Wall!

  • Offensive Doctrine -2
  • Fortress level in Liaoning +1
  • +1 base tax value in Liaoning
  • Fortress level in Ningxia +1
  • +1 base tax value in Ningxia
  • Stability -1
  • -500 gold

B. Let it continue to crumble

  • Offensive Doctrine +1
  • Stability +1
  • -1000 population in Liaoning
  • -1000 population in Ningxia

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Russia is a neighbor
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Manchus exists
    • Russia and China are at war
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Russia controls Tchita
    • Russia controls Kalakan
    • Russia controls Sretensk
    • Russia controls Kalar
    • Russia controls Mogotcha
    • Russia controls Djagdi
    • Russia controls Chilka
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Russia controls Stanovoe
    • Russia controls Baladok
    • Russia controls Tchumkan
    • Russia controls Ekimcan
    • Russia controls Nerchiinsk
    • Russia controls Nagorje
    • Russia controls Khretset
    • Russia controls Djugdjur
    • Russia controls Enkan
    • Russia controls Okhotsk
    • Russia controls Magadan
    • Russia controls Amgoun
    • Russia controls Sofiisk
    • Russia controls Tchekunda
    • Russia controls Boureia
    • Russia controls Norsk

Will happen within 5 days of January 2, 1500
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 21651 - Initiating the Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China
Action A, B of 21652 - Initiating the Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China

Description

The Russians are sneaking into our borders with suspicious intents. Should we offer them a treaty to make clear our respective borders?

Actions

A. Yes, we need to clarify the issue

B. No, it will be a waste of our efforts to deal with the untrustworthy Russians

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Russia is a neighbor
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Manchus exists
    • Russia and China are at war
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Russia controls Tchita
    • Russia controls Kalakan
    • Russia controls Sretensk
    • Russia controls Kalar
    • Russia controls Mogotcha
    • Russia controls Djagdi
    • Russia controls Chilka
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Russia controls Stanovoe
    • Russia controls Baladok
    • Russia controls Tchumkan
    • Russia controls Ekimcan
    • Russia controls Nerchiinsk
    • Russia controls Nagorje
    • Russia controls Khretset
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Russia controls Djugdjur
    • Russia controls Enkan
    • Russia controls Okhotsk
    • Russia controls Magadan
    • Russia controls Amgoun
    • Russia controls Sofiisk
    • Russia controls Tchekunda
    • Russia controls Boureia
    • Russia controls Norsk

Will happen within 5 days of January 2, 1500
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 21650 - Initiating the Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China
Action A, B of 21652 - Initiating the Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China

Description

The Russians are sneaking into our borders with suspicious intents. Should we offer them a treaty to make clear our respective borders?

Actions

A. Yes, we need to clarify the issue

B. No, it will be a waste of our efforts to deal with the untrustworthy Russians

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Russia is a neighbor
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Manchus exists
    • Russia and China are at war
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Russia controls Tchita
    • Russia controls Kalakan
    • Russia controls Sretensk
    • Russia controls Kalar
    • Russia controls Mogotcha
    • Russia controls Djagdi
    • Russia controls Chilka
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Russia controls Djugdjur
    • Russia controls Enkan
    • Russia controls Okhotsk
    • Russia controls Magadan
    • Russia controls Amgoun
    • Russia controls Sofiisk
    • Russia controls Tchekunda
    • Russia controls Boureia
    • Russia controls Norsk

Will happen within 5 days of January 2, 1500
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 21650 - Initiating the Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China
Action A, B of 21651 - Initiating the Treaty of Nerchiinsk for China

Description

The Russians are sneaking into our borders with suspicious intents. Should we offer them a treaty to make clear our respective borders?

Actions

A. Yes, we need to clarify the issue

B. No, it will be a waste of our efforts to deal with the untrustworthy Russians

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1500

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1500

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1503

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1503

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1506

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1506

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1509

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1509

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1512

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1512

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of July 2, 1513
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1513)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147009 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

The longer we rule Da Viet, the more the people gradual accept themselves as a normal part of the Empire.

Actions

A. Good!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi -50
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah -50
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai -50

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1515

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1515

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1518

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1518

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1521

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1521

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1523
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1524)
unless prevented by
Action C of 10046 - Fate of the Treasure Fleet for China

Description

Japanese pirate attacks have grown worse in recent years, but in the last few months they have markedly increased their activity along our coasts. They are destroying our income from those areas, and people are fleeing inland, when they aren't killed outright. We could attempt to combat them, but it would be expensive to do so. We could also let local authorities combat them - it would save us money, but probably wouldn't be particularly successful. What wall be our policy?

Actions

A. Let the provinces look after their own defense

  • Stability -2
  • -5000 population in Shandong
  • -5000 population in Jiangsu
  • -5000 population in Shanghai
  • Centralization -1

B. Combat the pirates

  • -300 gold
  • -1000 population in Shandong
  • -1000 population in Jiangsu
  • -1000 population in Shanghai
  • Event 10006 - Pirates besiege Nanjing for China will never fire
  • Naval tech investment: +200
  • -100 relations with Japan

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of August 2, 1523
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1523)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147015 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

The longer we rule Da Viet, the more the people gradual accept themselves as a normal part of the Empire.

Actions

A. Good!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi -200
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah -200
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai -200

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1524

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1524

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 120 days of April 2, 1525
Checked again every 120 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1525)
unless prevented by
Action C of 10046 - Fate of the Treasure Fleet for China

Description

In 1525, the emperor authorized officials to destroy any ocean-going vessels that China still posessed.

Actions

A. These vessels are nothing but a drain on our budget

  • Gain courthouse in the capital province
  • Gain bailiff in a random province
  • Lose shipyard in a random province
  • -2 colonists
  • -2 merchants
  • Stability +1
  • Land tech investment: +2000
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +4000
  • Naval tech investment: -5000
  • Trade tech investment: -1000
  • Mercantilism +1
  • Land +2
  • Offensive Doctrine -1
  • Monarch's administrative skill +2 for 120 months

B. Not all the ships are useless

  • Land tech investment: +1500
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +1500
  • Naval tech investment: -2000
  • Trade tech investment: -1000
  • Land +1
  • Offensive Doctrine -1
  • Monarch's administrative skill -2 for 60 months
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill -2 for 60 months
  • +1% inflation

C. we need more ships!

  • Gain 10 warships in a random province
  • Gain 5 transports in the same province
  • Lose bailiff in a random province
  • +3 colonists
  • +4 merchants
  • +1 diplomats
  • Land tech investment: -3000
  • Infrastructure tech investment: -2000
  • Naval tech investment: +3500
  • Trade tech investment: +1500
  • Mercantilism -1
  • Land -1
  • -1000 gold
  • Global revolt risk +7 for 120 months
  • Global revolt risk +5 for 80 months
  • Global revolt risk +3 for 40 months
  • +3% inflation
  • Monarch's administrative skill -2 for 120 months
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +1 for 120 months

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1527

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1527

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1530

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1530

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1533

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1533

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of July 2, 1533
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1533)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147009 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

After well over a century of continuous rule, the people in An Nam has finally accepted themselves as a normal part of the Empire. We have succeeded in reincorporating this area which had been part of Empires in central China such as the Han and Tang for 1000 years but lost for 400 years after the Tang dynasty.

Actions

A. Great!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi -50
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah -50
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai -50
  • Hanoi will be considered a national province
  • Tanh Noah will be considered a national province
  • Lao Cai will be considered a national province
  • Culture in Hanoi changes to han
  • Culture in Tanh Noah changes to han
  • Culture in Lao Cai changes to han

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1537

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1537

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1540

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1540

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1543

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1543

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1547

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1547

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1550

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1550

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1553

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1553

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of August 2, 1553
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1553)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147015 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

The longer we rule Da Viet, the more the people gradual accept themselves as a normal part of the Empire.

Actions

A. Good!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi -100
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah -100
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai -100

China — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1555
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1556)
unless prevented by
Action B of 10005 - Japanese Pirates Attack for China
Action C of 10046 - Fate of the Treasure Fleet for China

Description

Since we decided to let the provinces defend themselves against Japanese pirate attacks, things have gotten only worse. Now pirates are actually besieging Nanjing, the old capital of our dynasty and a city of immense wealth. Our people clamor for us to go to the city's rescue, but it will be extremely expensive. But if we don't, the great city of Nanjing may be sacked by the pirates. What shall we do?

Actions

A. Drive the pirates away

  • -400 gold
  • Naval tech investment: +200

B. Let them sack the city

  • -5000 population in Shanghai
  • -1 base tax value in Shanghai
  • Shanghai revolts
  • Stability -2

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1556

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1556

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1557
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1558)

Description

European traders seemingly can be found everywhere in China. They are draining the profits away from our own traders and driving them into bankruptcy, causing us much lost revenue in taxes and tariffs. Perhaps we should ban them altogether or confine them to a single city in order to better control them and make it easier to impose trade tariffs. Our experts believe that giving the city of Macao to the Portuguese and only allowing the Europeans to trade there might be the best solution. This will also give us the benefit of expanding trade in our southern regions around Canton. Then again, we could chose to shun outside trade altogether or to open our shores to free and unhindered trade by all. What shall be our policy?

Actions

A. Hold a small breathing hole open in Macao

  • Innovativeness -2
  • Mercantilism +3
  • Centralization +1
  • +100 relations with Portugal

B. Close China to the outside world

  • Innovativeness -6
  • Mercantilism +5
  • Centralization +2
  • Aristocracy +1
  • Stability +2
  • Trade tech investment: -300

C. Keep trade open for all

  • Innovativeness +2
  • Mercantilism -3
  • Aristocracy -2
  • +3 merchants
  • Stability -1
  • Trade tech investment: +200
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • +100 relations with Portugal

China — Not random

Will happen within 2000 days of February 2, 1558
Checked again every 2000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after February 2, 1564)

Description

The Great Yong Le Encyclopedia was commissioned by Ming Emperor Cheng Zu (year title Yong Le). More than 3000 people compiled the Encyclopedia from 7000 to 8000 historical and contemporary books. It took 4 years and was completed in Yong Le year 5 (AD 1407). The Encyclopedia consisted of 370 million words, 22937 volumes, including 60 volumes of table of contents, classified into 11095 books. It was compiled from 7000 to 8000 historical and contemporary books. The Encyclopedia was hailed as the best, most developed, detailed and thorough Encyclopedia in traditional China. Its subjects include astromony, geography, political sytem, personal relationships, philosophy, notable objects, legends, climate, medicine, science, history and arts. A suggestion at the time to print copies and widely distribute the Encyclopedia was dismissed as the cost was too great. The Encycledia was kept in one of the towers in the Imperial Palace.

Amongst all Ming Emperors, Emperor Shi Zong (year title Jia Jing) loved reading most, and often had the Encyclopedia placed at the desk. In Jia Jing year 36 (AD 1557), part of the Imperial Palace caught fire. Shi Zong made several imperial decrees within one single night, directing the saving of the Encyclopedia. Luckily the Encyclopedia was transported away and saved in time. Shaken by this experience, in Jia Jing year 41 (AD 1562), Shi Zong ordered an exact copy to be made through very strict copying procedures. The copy was kept at a different place in the Imperial Palace.

The Encyclopedia met its fate at the end of the 1800s during late Qing dynasty when much of it was either burnt or stolen during Western invasions into Bei Jing. Only a few hundred volumes of the original Encyclopedia is left today.

Actions

A. Commission a second copy

  • -200 gold
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +800
  • Monarch's administrative skill +1 for 120 months
  • +10 victory points

B. We cannot afford a second copy

  • -40 victory points

C. Print and distribute the Encyclopedia

  • -600 gold
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +6000
  • Monarch's administrative skill +1 for 120 months
  • +70 victory points

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1559

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1559

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1562

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1562

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 150 days of January 2, 1563
Checked again every 150 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1564)

Description

The noted general Qi Jiguang has proposed a series of military reforms which, if implemented, would make our armies stronger and our men fight more effectively. Unfortunately, a thorough overhaul of the military is quite an undertaking. It will take quite a bit of money and effort, and even then the armed forces may not appreciate the changes, leading to instability and desertions. Shall we implement the reforms?

Actions

A. Go with the reforms!

  • -500 gold
  • Land tech investment: +1000
  • Land +1
  • Offensive Doctrine +1
  • Stability -1
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province

B. No, such reforms are too costly

  • Land tech investment: -500
  • Innovativeness -1

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1565

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1565

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1568

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1568

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1571

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1571

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1574

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1574

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1577

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1577

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1580

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1580

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 150 days of January 2, 1581
Checked again every 150 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1582)

Description

In 1581, the first Jesuit missionaries arrived in China, bringing gifts to the Emperor and exhibiting various mechanical inventions from Europe. They also exhibited great knowledge by creating a huge map of the world and in proposing sound ideas for calendar reform. But they also brought with them strange religious and philosophical ideas, which started to disrupt the traditional order of China. Should these missionaries be allowed to stay?

Actions

A. Yes, we may benefit from their learning

  • Infrastructure tech investment: +250
  • Trade tech investment: +250
  • Land tech investment: +250
  • Innovativeness +1
  • Stability -2
  • +50 relations with Portugal

B. No, their foreign ideas are not acceptable in our society

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1583

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1583

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of August 2, 1583
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1583)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147008 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147015 - Death of Le Loi for China
Action A of 147004 - Failure to pacify An Nam for China
Action A of 147005 - Failure to pacify An Nam after 2nd invasion for China

Description

After well over a century of continuous rule, the people in An Nam has finally accepted themselves as a normal part of the Empire. We have succeeded in reincorporating this area which had been part of Empires in central China such as the Han and Tang for 1000 years but lost for 400 years after the Tang dynasty.

Actions

A. Great!

  • Revolt risk value in Hanoi -50
  • Revolt risk value in Tanh Noah -50
  • Revolt risk value in Lao Cai -50
  • Hanoi will be considered a national province
  • Tanh Noah will be considered a national province
  • Lao Cai will be considered a national province
  • Culture in Hanoi changes to han
  • Culture in Tanh Noah changes to han
  • Culture in Lao Cai changes to han

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1586

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1586

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 350 days of January 2, 1588
Checked again every 350 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1589)

Description

A famine of epic proportions has stricken our nation! A prolonged drought has caused harvests in the last few years to be exceedingly poor, leaving the people with very little, or nothing to eat. Deaths due to starvation or disease are rampant in the countryside, and reports of cannibalism and peasants grinding stones to make flour are commonplace. Many have resorted to banditry in order to feed themselves. The people cry out for the government to relieve their suffering, but to help so many will be costly indeed. Shall we attempt to ease the misery of the people?

Actions

A. Try to alleviate the suffering

  • -1000 gold
  • -5000 population in a random province
  • -5000 population in a random province
  • -5000 population in a random province
  • -5000 population in a random province
  • -5000 population in a random province
  • Stability -1

B. We are helpless in the face of such a disaster...

  • -10000 population in a random province
  • -10000 population in a random province
  • -10000 population in a random province
  • -10000 population in a random province
  • -10000 population in a random province
  • -10000 population in a random province
  • -10000 population in a random province
  • -10000 population in a random province
  • -10000 population in a random province
  • -10000 population in a random province
  • Stability -3
  • Global revolt risk +5 for 36 months

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1589

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1589

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1592

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1592

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1595

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1595

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1598

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1598

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +55% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1601

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1601

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1604

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1604

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1607

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1607

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1610

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1610

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1613

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1613

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Bogorodsk
    • Own Vanin
    • Own Sofiisk
    • Own Amour
    • Own Birobidjan
    • Own Heilongjiang
    • Own Viazemski
    • Own Sikhote
    • Own Nelma
    • Own Olga
    • Own Nakhodka
    • Own Jilin
    • Own Baicheng

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1615
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1616)

Description

The Manchu leader Nurhachi has rallied the Jurchen tribes to his banner. They are reorganizing the Manchu state to our north, and are causing some of our northern provinces to rebel. How shall we deal with this crisis?

Actions

A. We are too weak to crush the rebels

  • Grant independence to Manchus
  • Stability -3
  • Global revolt risk +5 for 60 months
  • Cede Heilongjiang to Manchus
  • Cede Viazemski to Manchus
  • Cede Sikhote to Manchus
  • Cede Nelma to Manchus
  • Cede Olga to Manchus
  • Cede Nakhodka to Manchus
  • Cede Jilin to Manchus
  • Cede Baicheng to Manchus
  • Event 147051 - The Manchu independence for China is triggered immediately

B. Attempt to crush the rebels

  • -1000 gold
  • Stability -5
  • Global revolt risk +10 for 60 months
  • Bogorodsk revolts
  • Vanin revolts
  • Sofiisk revolts
  • Amour revolts
  • Birobidjan revolts
  • Heilongjiang revolts
  • Viazemski revolts
  • Sikhote revolts
  • Nelma revolts
  • Olga revolts
  • Nakhodka revolts
  • Jilin revolts
  • Baicheng revolts
  • Jehol revolts
  • Liaotung revolts

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1616

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1616

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1619

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1619

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1622
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1623)

Description

The Cult of the White Lotus, a secret revolutionary society, has once again become popular among the common people. In the closing years of the Mongol Yuan Dynasty, they organized resistance to the foreign overlords, and now they are doing so again, but against the reigning Ming Dynasty! What should be done with these revolutionary cultists?

Actions

A. Bah, surely these cultists can do no lasting harm!

  • Stability -5
  • Global revolt risk +15 for 300 months
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts

B. Let the forces of the Empire crush the Rebellion

  • -500 gold
  • Stability -3
  • Global revolt risk +10 for 240 months
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts

China — Not random

Will happen within 60 days of January 2, 1622
Checked again every 60 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1627)

Description

Tianqi, an excellent Carpenter like Peter I, did not fit the job as the emperor. He interested himself more in the job of carpenter. Thus, eunuch Wei Zhongxian leader of the East Factory, together with Keshi, acquired the power and became the true ruler of China. He only let people who gave him presents be promoted, gathered a lot of treasure, and he expelled his enemy, the party of Eastern Forest.

Actions

A. Oh no!

  • Stability -3
  • Global revolt risk +3 for 72 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill -3 for 72 months
  • A random province revolts
  • -700 gold

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1622

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1622

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1625

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1625

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 3 days of January 2, 1628
Checked again every 3 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1628)

Description

Emperor Chongzhen, began to save his kingdom with the execution of the well-hated Wei Zhongxian.

Actions

A. Execute Wei Zhongxian

  • Stability +1
  • +300 gold
  • -2% inflation
  • Centralization +1

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1628

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1628

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Manchus exists
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Manchus is a vassal of China
    • China and Manchus are allied
    • Relations with Manchus are at 100 or higher

Will happen within 50 days of January 14, 1630
Checked again every 50 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after September 23, 1630)

Description

Yuan Chonghuan was one of the top Ming generals. In the late 1620s the Manchu considered him a serious threat. Manchu emperor Hong Taiji decided to attempt to eliminate Yuan. He sent spies to spread rumors that Yuan Chonghuan was a traitor to the Ming. Ming emperor Chongzhen believed the rumors, and had Yuan executed. Yuan was found to be innocent later, but it was too late. A loyal general became a tragic hero.

Actions

A. Execute him as an example to other traitors

  • Monarch's military skill -3 for 120 months
  • Global revolt risk -2 for 12 months

B. Trust in his innocence

  • Monarch's administrative skill -3 for 48 months
  • Global revolt risk +2 for 24 months
  • Global revolt risk +1 for 48 months
  • Leader Yuan Chonghuan becomes active

C. Root out the source of these rumors

  • Leader Yuan Chonghuan becomes active
  • -300 gold
  • Stability -1
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Manchus for 60 months

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1631

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1631

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of February 2, 1633
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 2, 1644)
unless prevented by
Action A of 315000 - Da Xi is independent for Da Xi
Action A of 317001 - Resistant leader declares an independent state for Southern Ming

Description

The Ming Dynasty's incompetence and disruption of politics by eunuchs, officials forming opposing parties, corruption plus external pressures caused the decline in Ming power. This resulted in increasing strain on the people burdened by heavy taxes, famine, displacement from farmlands, etc. The Ming forces found it increasingly difficult to deal with the ever increasing peasant uprisings. By 1635, leaders from various resistance groups and camps gathered in a meeting which resulted in agreement to coordinate their efforts to overthrow of Ming. In the following years rebel forces advanced through Henan, Hubei, Anhui, Shaanxi, Gansu, and Sichuan. On the first month of November 1644, Zhang Xian Zhong declared the establishment of the new Da Xi state.

Actions

A. We shall crush them!

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  is active
    • Monarch Xingming * is active
    • Monarch Anzheng * is active
    • Monarch Yansheng * is active
    • Monarch Xiangrui * is active
    • Monarch Guangda * is active
    • Monarch Detai * is active
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 13 non-colonial provinces
    • Country is controlled by human
  • Event 315004 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Da Xi has already occurred
  • Da Xi exists

Will happen within 5 days of February 2, 1633
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147055 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China

Description

As the war and open rebellion continue within China, the Emperor's legitimacy slowly wears away until only himself and a few loyal members still recognize him as the true ruler of the Middle Kingdom.

Actions

A. I am still the true emperor!

  • Move capital to Guangdong
  • Cede Hebei to Da Xi
  • Cede Shandong to Da Xi
  • Cede Jinan to Da Xi
  • Cede Jiangsu to Da Xi
  • Cede Shanghai to Da Xi
  • Cede Anhui to Da Xi
  • Cede Zhejiang to Da Xi
  • Cede Shanxi to Da Xi
  • Cede Shaanxi to Da Xi
  • Cede Henan to Da Xi
  • Cede Hubei to Da Xi
  • Cede Nanchang to Da Xi
  • Cede Kyongju to Korea
  • Cede Yalu to Korea
  • Stability -1
  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Southern Ming
  • Event 147055 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China will never fire
  • Event 315003 - The Imperial Throne for Da Xi is triggered immediately

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  is active
    • Monarch Xingming * is active
    • Monarch Anzheng * is active
    • Monarch Yansheng * is active
    • Monarch Xiangrui * is active
    • Monarch Guangda * is active
    • Monarch Detai * is active
  • All of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Country has at least 13 non-colonial provinces
    • Country is controlled by AI
  • Event 315004 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Da Xi has already occurred
  • Da Xi exists

Will happen within 5 days of February 2, 1633
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147129 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China

Description

As the war and open rebellion continue within China, the Emperor's legitimacy slowly wears away until only himself and a few loyal members still recognize him as the true ruler of the Middle Kingdom.

Actions

A. All is lost... (End Game)

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1634

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1634

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of March 2, 1634
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after July 2, 1644)
unless prevented by
Action A of 314000 - Da Shun is independent for Da Shun
Action A of 317000 - Resistant leader declares an independent state for Southern Ming

Description

The Ming Dynasty's incompetence and disruption of politics by eunuchs, officials forming opposing parties, corruption plus external pressures caused the decline in Ming power. This resulted in increasing strain on the people burdened by heavy taxes, famine, displacement from farmlands, etc. The Ming forces found it increasingly difficult to deal with the ever increasing peasant uprisings. By 1635, leaders from various resistance groups and camps gathered in a meeting which resulted in agreement to coordinate their efforts to overthrow of Ming. In the following years rebel forces advanced through Henan, Hubei, Anhui, Shaanxi, Gansu, and Sichuan. On the first month of 1644, Li Zi Cheng declared the establishment of the new Da Shun state.

Actions

A. We shall crush them!

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  is active
    • Monarch Xingming * is active
    • Monarch Anzheng * is active
    • Monarch Yansheng * is active
    • Monarch Xiangrui * is active
    • Monarch Guangda * is active
    • Monarch Detai * is active
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 13 non-colonial provinces
    • Country is controlled by human
  • Event 314002 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Da Shun has already occurred
  • Da Shun exists

Will happen within 5 days of March 2, 1634
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147054 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China

Description

As the war and open rebellion continue within China, the Emperor's legitimacy slowly wears away until only himself and a few loyal members still recognize him as the true ruler of the Middle Kingdom.

Actions

A. I am still the true emperor!

  • Move capital to Guangdong
  • Cede Hebei to Da Shun
  • Cede Shandong to Da Shun
  • Cede Jinan to Da Shun
  • Cede Jiangsu to Da Shun
  • Cede Shanghai to Da Shun
  • Cede Anhui to Da Shun
  • Cede Zhejiang to Da Shun
  • Cede Shanxi to Da Shun
  • Cede Shaanxi to Da Shun
  • Cede Henan to Da Shun
  • Cede Hubei to Da Shun
  • Cede Nanchang to Da Shun
  • Cede Kyongju to Korea
  • Cede Yalu to Korea
  • Stability -1
  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Southern Ming
  • Event 147054 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China will never fire
  • Event 314003 - The Imperial Throne for Da Shun is triggered immediately

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  is active
    • Monarch Xingming * is active
    • Monarch Anzheng * is active
    • Monarch Yansheng * is active
    • Monarch Xiangrui * is active
    • Monarch Guangda * is active
    • Monarch Detai * is active
  • All of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Country has at least 13 non-colonial provinces
    • Country is controlled by AI
  • Event 314002 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Da Shun has already occurred
  • Da Shun exists

Will happen within 5 days of March 2, 1634
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147128 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China

Description

As the war and open rebellion continue within China, the Emperor's legitimacy slowly wears away until only himself and a few loyal members still recognize him as the true ruler of the Middle Kingdom.

Actions

A. All is lost... (End Game)

China — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1637
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1637)

Description

From 1637, many nature disasters hit China one after another. They included famine, drought, locust, earthquake, plague and so on. The rule of Wei has washed the moral away. To survive, people began to eat other people. With the three taxes Chongzhen gathered, most people had no choice but to revolt.

Actions

A. Oh no!

  • Stability -3
  • -10000 population in Hebei
  • -5000 population in Shandong
  • -5000 population in Henan
  • -5000 population in Hubei
  • -5000 population in Anhui
  • -2000 population in a random province
  • -2000 population in a random province
  • -2000 population in a random province

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1637

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1637

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Will happen within 150 days of January 2, 1640
Checked again every 150 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1641)

Description

Due to decades of rebellions, unrest, and corruption, our financial situation is in dire straits. We need a new inflow of cash, but the only way to do so is to institute new unpopular taxes. By doing so, we can temporarily relieve some of our cash flow problems, but the already unstable situation may become even worse. But if we don't, we may lose the ability to raise taxes efficiently in certain provinces due to the unrest. What shall we do?

Actions

A. Yes, let us raise the taxes

  • +1000 gold
  • Stability -4
  • Global revolt risk +10 for 60 months
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts

B. No, our subjects are already angry enough!

  • Stability +1
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -1 base tax value in a random province
  • -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 -1

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1640

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1640

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1643

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1643

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Manchus controls Hebei
    • Da Shun controls Hebei
    • Da Xi controls Hebei
    • Korea controls Hebei
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  is active
    • Monarch Xingming * is active
    • Monarch Anzheng * is active

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1644
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1710)

Description

With the fall of the Ming capital to enemy hands, both the divinity of the Emperor is in question as well as the security of country as a whole. We must regroup elsewhere or suffer the consequences.

Actions

A. We cannot hold Beijing!

  • Stability -3
  • Move capital to Guangdong
  • Global revolt risk +2 for 3 months
  • Lose 20000 troops in Jehol
  • Lose 20000 troops in Liaotung
  • Lose 30000 troops in Liaoning
  • Lose 30000 troops in Hepei
  • Lose 20000 troops in Shandong
  • Lose 20000 troops in Jinan
  • Lose 20000 troops in Jiangsu
  • Lose 30000 troops in Hohhot
  • Lose 30000 troops in Shanxi
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • -50 victory points

B. The Imperial Throne will not move!

  • Stability -5
  • Global revolt risk +4 for 18 months
  • Lose 20000 troops in Jehol
  • Lose 20000 troops in Liaotung
  • Lose 20000 troops in Liaoning
  • Lose 20000 troops in Hepei
  • Lose 20000 troops in Shandong
  • Lose 20000 troops in Jinan
  • Lose 20000 troops in Jiangsu
  • Lose 20000 troops in Hohhot
  • Lose 20000 troops in Shanxi
  • Lose 20000 troops in Henan
  • Lose 20000 troops in Hubei
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts

China — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Manchus exists

Will happen on April 25, 1644

Description

As Li Zechang's rebel forces approached the capital, Emperor Chongzhen struck a bell, signaling his ministers to appear for a conference. When no one came, he climbed to the top of Coal Hill, next to his palace, and hanged himself. With the death of the Emperor our glorious nation is descending into chaos! At least we can take comfort in the fact that the Manchu are subdued. But for how long?

Actions

A. Woe is us!

  • The capital province revolts
  • The capital province revolts
  • The capital province revolts
  • Global revolt risk +5 for 240 months
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Event 10025 - The Chinese Collapse for China will never fire
  • Event 10026 - The End of the Ming Dynasty for China will never fire
  • Monarch Shunzhi will never rule
  • Monarch Kangxi will never rule
  • Monarch Yongzheng will never rule
  • Monarch Qianlong will never rule
  • Monarch Jiaqing will never rule
  • Monarch Daoguang will never rule
  • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  becomes active
  • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  becomes active
  • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  becomes active
  • Monarch Xingming * becomes active
  • Monarch Anzheng * becomes active
  • Monarch Yansheng * becomes active
  • Monarch Xiangrui * becomes active
  • Monarch Guangda * becomes active
  • Monarch Detai * becomes active

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Manchus exists

Will happen on April 25, 1644

Description

The Empire has descended into unparalleled chaos! Rebels control the countryside and march upon our capital. The armies of the barbarous Manchu move at will throughout the north and threaten Beijing. The people have completely lost faith in the current dynasty to rule. The ancients believed that when a dynasty was no longer fit to rule, the Mandate of Heaven was withdrawn from them and given to another. Many believe that this has happened and that it is time for the Ming to go, but others feel that we should fight on to the end against the rebels and the Manchu. What shall we do?

Actions

A. Continue to fight on in the south!

  • Move capital to Guangdong
  • -400 relations with Manchus
  • Stability -8
  • Cede Heilongjiang to Manchus
  • Cede Viazemski to Manchus
  • Cede Sikhote to Manchus
  • Cede Nelma to Manchus
  • Cede Olga to Manchus
  • Cede Nakhodka to Manchus
  • Cede Jilin to Manchus
  • Cede Baicheng to Manchus
  • Cede Jehol to Manchus
  • Cede Liaotung to Manchus
  • Cede Liaoning to Manchus
  • Cede Hepei to Manchus
  • Cede Hebei to Manchus
  • Cede Shandong to Manchus
  • Cede Jinan to Manchus
  • Cede Ningxia to Manchus
  • Cede Hohhot to Manchus
  • Cede Shanxi to Manchus
  • Cede Kyongju to Korea
  • Cede Yalu to Korea
  • Global revolt risk +5 for 340 months
  • -1000 gold
  • Lose 20000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 20000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 20000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 20000 troops in a random province
  • Monarch Shunzhi will never rule
  • Monarch Kangxi will never rule
  • Monarch Yongzheng will never rule
  • Monarch Qianlong will never rule
  • Monarch Jiaqing will never rule
  • Monarch Daoguang will never rule
  • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  becomes active
  • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  becomes active
  • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  becomes active
  • Monarch Xingming * becomes active
  • Monarch Anzheng * becomes active
  • Monarch Yansheng * becomes active
  • Monarch Xiangrui * becomes active
  • Monarch Guangda * becomes active
  • Monarch Detai * becomes active

B. Throw our lot in with the Manchu and proclaim the Qing Dynasty

  • Event 10015 - The Takeover of China for Manchus is triggered immediately
  • Stability -3
  • Global revolt risk +5 for 120 months
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Infrastructure tech investment: -2000
  • Trade tech investment: -2000

Manchus — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of April 26, 1644
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after April 27, 1683)

Description

Manchu published the law that all Chinese should change their hair style to the Manchu way. Because the people in Zhejiang did not obey, Manchu will kill them all.

Actions

A. This is the symbol of the successful enslavement

  • Global revolt risk +1 for 12 months
  • Zhejiang revolts
  • Serfdom +1

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 30 days of April 26, 1644
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after April 27, 1699)

Description

Now that we are one nation, we will take the name of our new rulers.

Actions

A. Long live the Qing Dynasty of the Manchu!

  • Flag graphics extension set to "Manchu"
  • Global revolt risk +5 for 60 months
  • manchu will become an accepted culture
  • Bogorodsk will be considered a national province
  • Vanin will be considered a national province
  • Sofiisk will be considered a national province
  • Amour will be considered a national province
  • Birobidjan will be considered a national province
  • Heilongjiang will be considered a national province
  • Viazemski will be considered a national province
  • Sikhote will be considered a national province
  • Nelma will be considered a national province
  • Olga will be considered a national province
  • Nakhodka will be considered a national province
  • Jilin will be considered a national province
  • Baicheng will be considered a national province
  • Event 10025 - The Chinese Collapse for China will never fire
  • Event 10026 - The End of the Ming Dynasty for China will never fire

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  is active
    • Monarch Xingming * is active
    • Monarch Anzheng * is active
    • Monarch Yansheng * is active
    • Monarch Xiangrui * is active
    • Monarch Guangda * is active
    • Monarch Detai * is active
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 13 non-colonial provinces
    • Country is controlled by human
  • Event 221000 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Manchus has already occurred
  • Manchus exists

Will happen within 5 days of April 27, 1644
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147053 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China

Description

As the war and open rebellion continue within China, the Emperor's legitimacy slowly wears away until only himself and a few loyal members still recognize him as the true ruler of the Middle Kingdom.

Actions

A. I am still the true emperor!

  • Move capital to Guangdong
  • Cede Hebei to Manchus
  • Cede Shandong to Manchus
  • Cede Jinan to Manchus
  • Cede Jiangsu to Manchus
  • Cede Shanghai to Manchus
  • Cede Anhui to Manchus
  • Cede Zhejiang to Manchus
  • Cede Shanxi to Manchus
  • Cede Shaanxi to Manchus
  • Cede Henan to Manchus
  • Cede Hubei to Manchus
  • Cede Nanchang to Manchus
  • Cede Kyongju to Korea
  • Cede Yalu to Korea
  • Stability -1
  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Southern Ming
  • Event 10025 - The Chinese Collapse for China will never fire
  • Event 10026 - The End of the Ming Dynasty for China will never fire
  • Event 147053 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China will never fire
  • Event 221001 - The Imperial Throne for Manchus is triggered immediately

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  is active
    • Monarch Xingming * is active
    • Monarch Anzheng * is active
    • Monarch Yansheng * is active
    • Monarch Xiangrui * is active
    • Monarch Guangda * is active
    • Monarch Detai * is active
  • All of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Country has at least 13 non-colonial provinces
    • Country is controlled by AI
  • Event 221000 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Manchus has already occurred
  • Manchus exists

Will happen within 5 days of April 27, 1644
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147127 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China

Description

As the war and open rebellion continue within China, the Emperor's legitimacy slowly wears away until only himself and a few loyal members still recognize him as the true ruler of the Middle Kingdom.

Actions

A. All is lost... (End Game)

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  is active
    • Monarch Xingming * is active
    • Monarch Anzheng * is active
    • Monarch Yansheng * is active
    • Monarch Xiangrui * is active
    • Monarch Guangda * is active
    • Monarch Detai * is active
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 13 non-colonial provinces
    • Country is controlled by human
  • Event 204000 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Korea has already occurred
  • Korea exists

Will happen within 5 days of April 27, 1644
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147056 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China

Description

As the war and open rebellion continue within China, the Emperor's legitimacy slowly wears away until only himself and a few loyal members still recognize him as the true ruler of the Middle Kingdom.

Actions

A. I am still the true emperor!

  • Move capital to Guangdong
  • Cede Hebei to Korea
  • Cede Shandong to Korea
  • Cede Jinan to Korea
  • Cede Jiangsu to Korea
  • Cede Shanghai to Korea
  • Cede Anhui to Korea
  • Cede Zhejiang to Korea
  • Cede Shanxi to Korea
  • Cede Shaanxi to Korea
  • Cede Henan to Korea
  • Cede Hubei to Korea
  • Cede Nanchang to Korea
  • Cede Kyongju to Korea
  • Cede Yalu to Korea
  • Stability -1
  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Southern Ming
  • Event 147056 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China will never fire
  • Event 204001 - The Imperial Throne for Korea is triggered immediately

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  is active
    • Monarch Xingming * is active
    • Monarch Anzheng * is active
    • Monarch Yansheng * is active
    • Monarch Xiangrui * is active
    • Monarch Guangda * is active
    • Monarch Detai * is active
  • All of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Country has at least 13 non-colonial provinces
    • Country is controlled by AI
  • Event 204000 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Korea has already occurred
  • Korea exists

Will happen within 5 days of April 27, 1644
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147130 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China

Description

As the war and open rebellion continue within China, the Emperor's legitimacy slowly wears away until only himself and a few loyal members still recognize him as the true ruler of the Middle Kingdom.

Actions

A. All is lost... (End Game)

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Stability is at 3 or higher
  • Manchus exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  is active
    • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  is active

Will happen within 5 days of June 2, 1644
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1646)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147127 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China
Action A of 3913 - Emperor Chongzhen Commits Suicide for China
Action A of 10043 - The Qing Dynasty for China
Action A of 147053 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China

Description

After years of chaos, the government of China has collapsed. As a result, we have lost still more northern provinces to the advancing Manchu. Nanjing is now terribly exposed, and the government has fled south.

Actions

A. Drats!

  • Cede Jiangsu to Manchus
  • Cede Lanzhou to Manchus
  • Cede Xining to Manchus
  • Cede Shaanxi to Manchus
  • Cede Henan to Manchus
  • Cede Hubei to Manchus
  • Cede Kyongju to Korea
  • Cede Yalu to Korea
  • Stability -4
  • Move capital to Guangdong

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1646

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1646

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1649

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1649

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Manchus exists
  • The following must not occur:
    • Southern Ming exists
  • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  is active

Will happen within 0 days of January 2, 1650
Checked again every 0 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after August 24, 1662)
unless prevented by
Action A of 317020 - Koxinga in Ming service for Southern Ming

Description

Koxinga has joined our service.

Actions

A. OK

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1 days of January 1, 1652
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)
unless prevented by
Action B of 317019 - Refuge in Taiwan for Southern Ming

Description

The defeat of his fleet at the Battle of Penghu by Shi Lang caused Koxinga's grandson, leader of the remnant Ming dynasty forces in Taiwan, to offer his surrender.

Actions

A. Great!

  • Annex Southern Ming

China — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Southern Ming exists
  • Own Taiwan
  • Control Taiwan

Will happen within 30 days of January 1, 1652
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)

Description

The Emperor Kiangxi commented when his admiral Shi Lang received the surrender of Taiwan in 1683 that ''Taiwan is no bigger than a ball of mud. We gain nothing by possessing it, and it would be no loss if we did not acquire it.'' He wished to remove the Chinese settlers and abandon Taiwan because of the deep-seated traditional idea that China was bounded by the seas. But Shi Lang argued forcefully for Taiwan's inclusion in the Qing empire: The island could not be left to its own devices because it would be used by pirates or foreign powers, who were ''drooling'' over it. It was, moreover, a bounteous place: ''Fish and salt spout forth from the sea, the mountains are filled with dense forests of tall trees and thick bamboo, there are sulfur, rattan, sugarcane, deerskins, and all that is needed for daily living. Nothing is lacking... This is truly a bountifully fertile piece of land and a strategic territory.'' Thanks to Shi Lang's arguments, the Emperor decided to make Taiwan a prefecture attached to Fujian Province. For all that Taiwan was neglected by the Qing the settlers and natives were discontented. There were more than a hundred rebellions during the Qing Dynasty. The frequency of rebellions, riots, and civil strife in Qing Dynasty Taiwan is evoked by the common saying ''every three years an uprising, every five years a rebellion''.

Actions

A. Incorporate Taiwan into China

  • Taiwan will be considered a claim province
  • Revolt risk value in Taiwan +12
  • Trade tech investment: +500
  • +1 merchants

B. We do not need any overseas entanglements

  • Stability +1
  • -3000 population in Taiwan
  • Religion in Taiwan changes to pagan

China — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Southern Ming exists
  • Monarch Shunzhi is active

Will happen within 500 days of January 2, 1652
Checked again every 500 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1655)

Description

Zheng Chenggong, known as Koxinga in the West from his title of Guoxingye (Lord of the Imperial Surname), which was pronounced ''Kok seng ia'' in southern Fujianese, was the remnant Ming dynasty's best commander. Is it worth trying to bribe him into our service, Lord?

Actions

A. Yes

B. No

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1652

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1652

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1655

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1655

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1658

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1658

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Southern Ming exists
  • Monarch Shunzhi is active
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Shandong
    • Own Jiangsu
    • Own Shanghai
    • Own Zhejiang
    • Own Fujian
    • Own Kowloon
    • Own Guangdong
    • Own Hainan

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1661
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1661)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147060 - Bribe Koxinga for China

Description

Pirates under the rogue Ming pretender Koxinga and others have so ravaged our coasts that it is widely believed that wholesale evacuations from coastal provinces might be the only solution. Of course, this will vastly depopulate those provinces, but the pillaging by pirates may be worse in the long run. What shall we do?

Actions

A. Evacuate the coasts!

  • -20000 population in Shandong
  • -20000 population in Jiangsu
  • -20000 population in Shanghai
  • -20000 population in Zhejiang
  • -20000 population in Fujian
  • -20000 population in Kowloon
  • -20000 population in Guangdong
  • -20000 population in Hainan
  • +20000 population in Wenshan
  • +20000 population in Shanxi
  • +20000 population in Henan
  • +20000 population in Hubei
  • +20000 population in Hunan
  • +20000 population in Nanchang
  • +20000 population in Jinan
  • +20000 population in Anhui
  • -500 gold

B. Let the pirates pillage!

  • Stability -3
  • -5000 population in Shandong
  • -5000 population in Jiangsu
  • -5000 population in Shanghai
  • -5000 population in Zhejiang
  • -5000 population in Fujian
  • -5000 population in Kowloon
  • -5000 population in Guangdong
  • -5000 population in Hainan
  • -3 base tax value in Shandong
  • -3 base tax value in Jiangsu
  • -3 base tax value in Shanghai
  • -3 base tax value in Zhejiang
  • -3 base tax value in Fujian
  • -3 base tax value in Kowloon
  • -3 base tax value in Guangdong
  • -3 base tax value in Hainan

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1661

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1661

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Kangxi is active

Will happen within 30 days of February 6, 1661
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1662)

Description

Zhuang Tinglong wrote 'Mingshi', which called the emperor of Manchu 'barbarian robber'. Kangxi decided to ban the books and cut the writer in pieces. All his relatives would be sent to jail or executed or enslaved. From then on, such cases came one after another.

Actions

A. Burn these books

  • Serfdom +2
  • Infrastructure tech investment: -2000
  • Global revolt risk +4 for 24 months
  • -800 population in a random province
  • -700 population in a random province

B. Let them keep their knowledge

  • Stability -2
  • Serfdom -1
  • Global revolt risk +1 for 240 months

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1664

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1664

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1667

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1667

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1670

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1670

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • None of the following must occur:
      • Stability is at 1 or higher
      • Da Shun exists
      • Da Xi exists
      • Zhou exists
      • Manchus exists
    • Southern Ming exists
  • Own Guizhou
  • Monarch Kangxi is active

Will happen within 400 days of January 2, 1673
Checked again every 400 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after August 2, 1700)

Description

Wu San Gui, a general of the collapsing Ming dynasty, chose to side with the Manchus when he heard the news of the fall of Beijing to Li Zi Cheng and helped the Manchus defeat opposing forces. In recognition of the importance of his contribution, the Qing Emperor Shunzi appointed him Lord of the Pacified West, residing in Guizhou province in the west, the most powerful out of the 3 tributories created to reward important former Ming generals. By the time Qing emperor Kangxi was firmly in power, the central dynastic administration decided to curb the increasing power of the 3 tributories. Ironically, this caused Wu San Gui, to switch his allegiance and revolt in the name of overthrowing the Qing and restoring the Ming Dynasty.

Actions

A. We shall crush him!

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1673

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1673

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1676

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1676

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1679

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1679

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on January 30, 1682

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • -100% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is controlled by AI
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Infrastructure tech is at 5 or higher
    • The following must not occur:

Will happen on February 1, 1682

Description

Actions

A. OK

  • +60% inflation

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Manchus exists
  • Monarch Xingming * is active

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1683
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1684)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147127 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China
Action A of 3913 - Emperor Chongzhen Commits Suicide for China
Action A of 10043 - The Qing Dynasty for China
Action A of 147053 - Loss of the Divine Providence for China

Description

The last of the Ming pretenders has fled! The Manchu own the majority of China, and we are helpless against their advance and the never-ending revolts in the areas we control. Maybe it would be better to surrender now and throw ourselves on their mercy.

Actions

A. We surrender to the Manchu (End Game)

B. No, we will never give up!

  • Stability -6
  • Global revolt risk +10 for 120 months

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Kangxi is active
  • The following must not occur:
    • Leader Kangxi is active

Will happen within 1 days of January 2, 1689
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1699)

Description

The Emperor had wanted to lead his troops against the Three Feudatories, but had been restrained by the advice of his advisors. Against the Dzungar Mongols he would lead his forces to victory in the Battle of Zuunmod in 1696.

Actions

A. OK

  • Leader Kangxi becomes active

China — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Manchus exists
    • Da Shun exists
    • Da Xi exists
    • Zhou exists
    • Southern Ming exists
  • Own Hebei
  • Control Hebei
  • The following must not occur:

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1700
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147136 - Peace returns to China for China

Description

Unification and peace is brought back to China.

Actions

A. Good!

China — Not random

Conditions

  • None of the following must occur:
    • Manchus exists
    • Da Shun exists
    • Da Xi exists
    • Zhou exists
    • Southern Ming exists
  • Event 317002 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Southern Ming has already occurred

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1700
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)
unless prevented by
Action A of 147131 - Peace returns to China for China

Description

Unification and peace is brought back to China.

Actions

A. Good!

China — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1722
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1723)
unless prevented by
Action B of 236001 - The Question of the Chinese Rites for The Pope
Action B of 251012 - The Question of the Chinese Rites for Papal States
Action B of 10008 - The arrival of the Jesuits for China

Description

Due to recent events, it now seems that the Jesuits may have outlived their usefulness. Although their knowledge is great, it is foreign to us and sometimes causes much commotion among our scholars and the common folk, disrupting the stability of our realm. They have been for decades interfering in the internal affairs of our nation - the final straw was their meddling in the recent succession. Perhaps it is time for them to go.

Actions

A. Expel them!

B. No, they are too valuable!

China — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1723
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1724)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 10036 - The Expulsion of the Jesuits for China

Description

With more and more conversions in Chinese Elite, society is changing...

Actions

A. Oh, well...

  • Innovativeness +2
  • Stability -1

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Yongzheng is active

Will happen within 300 days of January 3, 1732
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1732)

Description

Lyu Liuliang had written some books, which did not satisfy the emperor of Qing, and using the years' signature of Mings Emperor, made Yongzheng angry. Lyu was dead since 50 yeasr, but Yongzheng still recalled the Wenziyu and began to ban and burn almost all books again.

Actions

A. No mercy!

  • -200 gold
  • Serfdom +2
  • -800 population in a random province
  • -800 population in a random province
  • -800 population in a random province

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Hebei

Will happen within 150 days of January 2, 1770
Checked again every 150 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after July 2, 1770)

Description

An up-and-coming minister has recently come to our attention. His name is Heshen, and he is certainly wise in the ways of diplomacy and administration. However, rumor has it that he is also grossly corrupt, mixing his political excellence with greed and favoritism. Should we appoint him our chief minister?

Actions

A. Appoint him despite his faults!

  • Monarch's administrative skill +3 for 240 months
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +1 for 240 months
  • Centralization +2
  • Innovativeness -2
  • +7% inflation
  • -500 gold
  • Event 10030 - The Appointment of Heshen for Manchus will never fire

B. No, such corruption could ruin the state!

  • Centralization -2
  • Innovativeness +1
  • Stability -3

China — Not random

Will happen within 1500 days of February 2, 1771
Checked again every 1500 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after February 2, 1781)

Description

The Four Treasury's Complete Collection assembled together the great accomplishments of traditional Chinese works. In Qian Long year 38 (1773 AD), Emperor Qian Long commissioned the Office of the Four Treasury's Complete Collection responsible for its compilation, which involved 360 officials and 3800 other personnel. The Collection collected 36000 books of 3461 types, 79309 volumes and approximately 840 million words. Its coverage is 3.5 times that of the Great Yong Le Encyclopedia. The Collection was divided into 4 parts: Classicals, Historicals, Personalities, and Works. Classicals contained Confucian classics on poetry, books, rituals and philosophy. Historicals included subjects like history, biography, geography, politics and bureaucratic system. Personalities included the different schools of philosophical, military, medical, agricultural and religious thought, as well as astromony, the calendar, arts, objects and legendary tales. Works collected literary works throughout the past 2000 years including poetry, verses and music. The main criticism of the Collection is that wordings of original books were changed if they have any connotion of conflict, offensiveness, disobedience, or obstructiveness against the Manchu Qing imperial administration.

From Qian Long year 46-49 (AD 1781-1784), 4 copies of the Collection were completed and stored inside towers of imperial palaces in different parts of northern China. From Qian Long year 47-52 (AD 1782-1787), 3 other copies were made and stored in different parts of southern China.

Three copies of the Collection were destroyed during Western invasions into Bei Jing and the Tai Ping rebellion during late 1800s. Four copies of the original Collection remains today.

Actions

A. Commission the Collection with alterations

  • -800 gold
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +7000
  • Monarch's administrative skill +1 for 180 months
  • +70 victory points

B. Commission the Collection without alterations

  • -800 gold
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +8000
  • Global revolt risk +7 for 60 months
  • +80 victory points

C. It is a waste of time and resources

  • -50 victory points

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Dai Viet exists

Will happen on January 2, 1788

Description

In 1788, the reigning Le emperor of Dai Viet fled north to seek Chinese assistance in defeating the Tay Son, who had taken over the country. Eager to comply, a Chinese army of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911) invaded Vietnam, seized Thang Long, and invested the Le ruler as 'King of Annam.' That same year, the second eldest Tay Son brother, Nguyen Hue, proclaimed himself Emperor Quang Trung.

Actions

A. Seize the day!

  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Dai Viet for 240 months
  • Start a war with Dai Viet
  • +100 gold

B. Let them be

  • +50 relations with Dai Viet

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Hebei

Will happen within 30 days of October 2, 1793
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1793)

Description

Reports have reached us that a diplomatic mission has arrived on our shores from the far-off western barbarian nation of England, led by a certain Lord Macartney. He is said to bring with him the friendly greetings of his King, ideas for facilitating the trade between our nations, and various mechanical wonders. Shall receive this mission?

Actions

A. Reject the overtures of these rude western devils!

  • -100 relations with England
  • Innovativeness -2
  • Trade tech investment: -1000
  • Stability +3

B. We are interested in hearing their ideas

  • +100 relations with England
  • Innovativeness +1
  • Trade tech investment: +500
  • Stability -3

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Hebei

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1796
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1797)

Description

Widespread rumors seem to indicate that the Cult of the White Lotus, a secret revolutionary society, is planning rebellion. What shall we do?

Actions

A. It's likely just harmless talk

  • Global revolt risk +15 for 24 months
  • Stability -4
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts

B. Crush these plotters!

  • Global revolt risk +6 for 24 months
  • Stability -2
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • -500 gold

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Hebei

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1811
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1812)

Description

Widespread rumors seem to indicate that the Cult of the Celestial Order, a secret revolutionary society, is planning rebellion. What shall we do?

Actions

A. It's likely just harmless talk

  • Global revolt risk +15 for 24 months
  • Stability -4
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts

B. Crush these plotters!

  • Global revolt risk +6 for 24 months
  • Stability -2
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • -500 gold

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Hebei

Will happen within 1 days of October 19, 1813
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 20, 1813)

Description

Widespread rumors seem to indicate that the Cult of the Eight Trigrams, a secret revolutionary society, is planning rebellion. What shall we do?

Actions

A. It's likely just harmless talk

  • Global revolt risk +10 for 24 months
  • Stability -6
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts

B. Crush these plotters!

  • Global revolt risk +4 for 24 months
  • Stability -4
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • -700 gold

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 204002 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Korea
Action A of 204001 - The Imperial Throne for Korea
Action A of 204020 - A new dynasty for China for Korea

Description

The monarch of Korea is the Emperor of China.

Actions

A. We are China!

  • han will become an accepted culture
  • zhuang will become an accepted culture
  • Monarch Shunzhi will never rule
  • Monarch Kangxi will never rule
  • Monarch Yongzheng will never rule
  • Monarch Qianlong will never rule
  • Monarch Jiaqing will never rule
  • Monarch Daoguang will never rule
  • Monarch Ren Zu (In-jo)  becomes active
  • Monarch Xiao Zong (Hyo-jong)  becomes active
  • Monarch Xian Zong (Hyon-jong)  becomes active
  • Monarch Su Zong (Suk-jong)  becomes active
  • Monarch Jing Zong (Kyong-jong)  becomes active
  • Monarch Ying Zu (Yong-jo)  becomes active
  • Monarch Zheng Zu (Chong-jo)  becomes active
  • Monarch Chun Zu (Sun-jo)  becomes active

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action B of 236001 - The Question of the Chinese Rites for The Pope
Action B of 251012 - The Question of the Chinese Rites for Papal States

Description

On several occasions since 1645, the Jesuit missionaries in China were criticized because they were letting their converts worship their ancestors. The Jesuits explained that it was only a courtesy and an act of filial piety that was facilitating the acceptation of the Christianity in the very traditional Chinese society. Surprisingly, in 1704, Rome officially declares ancestor worship to be filial piety.

Actions

A. OK

  • Infrastructure tech investment: +100

China — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Kachin

Triggered by

Action A, B of 147032 - Another Rebellion in Lu Chuan for China

Description

As a consequence of Lu Chuan Rebellion, Kachin is lost!

Actions

A. Oh, well...

  • Cede Kachin to Lu Chuan

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 317002 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Southern Ming

Description

The displaced ruler of the Ming Dynasty through careful warfare, diplomacy and other various means is able to once again claim to be the legitimate Emperor of China.

Actions

A. We are China again!

  • Monarch Shunzhi will never rule
  • Monarch Kangxi will never rule
  • Monarch Yongzheng will never rule
  • Monarch Qianlong will never rule
  • Monarch Jiaqing will never rule
  • Monarch Daoguang will never rule
  • Monarch Zhu You Song (Hong Guang)  becomes active
  • Monarch Zhu Yu Jian (Long Wu)  becomes active
  • Monarch Zhu You Lang (Yong Li)  becomes active
  • Monarch Xingming * becomes active
  • Monarch Anzheng * becomes active
  • Monarch Yansheng * becomes active
  • Monarch Xiangrui * becomes active
  • Monarch Guangda * becomes active
  • Monarch Detai * becomes active

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 147024 - Rebellion of the Lord of Han for China
Action A of 147023 - Rebellion of the Lord of Han for China

Description

The Lord of Han's preparatory activities to rebel were detected by Xuan Zong. He immediately led an army personally to attack the Lord of Han before the rebellion was openly declared. The rebellion was crushed in Xuan De year 1, month 8 (AD 1426).

Actions

A. Lead an army to crush the rebellion

  • -300 gold
  • +30000 infantry in the capital province
  • +10000 cavalry in the capital province

B. Avoid conflict in the royal family

  • -5 victory points

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 115018 - Esen Tayisi captures Chinese Emperor for Mongolia

Description

The Emperor has been captured while campaigning against the Mongols. Jingtai, Zhengtong's brother, has seized the throne, but the Mongols are threatening to release the captured Emperor, thus starting a succession crisis, if not an all-out civil war. The country is descending into chaos!

Actions

A. This is terrible news!

  • Stability -3
  • Global revolt risk +3 for 96 months
  • Set flag [Jingtai] for events
  • Monarch Jingtai becomes active

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 10015 - The Takeover of China for Manchus

Description

Wonderful news! The Manchu people have accepted our offer of unification. From now on we shall be as one.

Actions

A. We will rule this Empire together!

  • Inherit the realms of Manchus

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action B of 10015 - The Takeover of China for Manchus

Description

Discouraging news! The Manchu have accepted our offer, but only on their terms - complete surrender. What shall we do?

Actions

A. We have no choice but to accept (End Game)

B. We will not completely submit to these barbarians!

  • Move capital to Guangdong
  • Cede Bogorodsk to Manchus
  • Cede Vanin to Manchus
  • Cede Sofiisk to Manchus
  • Cede Amour to Manchus
  • Cede Birobidjan to Manchus
  • Cede Heilongjiang to Manchus
  • Cede Viazemski to Manchus
  • Cede Sikhote to Manchus
  • Cede Nelma to Manchus
  • Cede Olga to Manchus
  • Cede Nakhodka to Manchus
  • Cede Jilin to Manchus
  • Cede Baicheng to Manchus
  • Cede Jehol to Manchus
  • Cede Liaotung to Manchus
  • Cede Liaoning to Manchus
  • Cede Hepei to Manchus
  • Cede Hebei to Manchus
  • Cede Shandong to Manchus
  • Cede Jinan to Manchus
  • Cede Ningxia to Manchus
  • Cede Hohhot to Manchus
  • Cede Shanxi to Manchus
  • Cede Kyongju to Korea
  • Cede Yalu to Korea
  • Event 10019 - The Manchu Takeover of China for Manchus is triggered immediately

China — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Bogorodsk
    • Own Vanin
    • Own Sofiisk
    • Own Amour
    • Own Birobidjan

Triggered by

Action A of 10010 - The Manchu Rebellion for China

Description

Effects of the creation of a separate Manchu state.

Actions

A. Concede them more lands!

  • Cede Bogorodsk to Manchus
  • Cede Vanin to Manchus
  • Cede Sofiisk to Manchus
  • Cede Amour to Manchus
  • Cede Birobidjan to Manchus

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 221010 - A new dynasty for China for Manchus
Action A of 10024 - The Empire of China for Manchus
Action A of 221002 - Claiming the Imperial Throne for Manchus
Action A of 221001 - The Imperial Throne for Manchus

Description

With the sucessful capture and control of the core provinces of mainland China, the monarchy of Manchu nation becomes the new legitimate Emperor of China.

Actions

A. We are China!

  • Leader Shi Lang becomes active

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 3421 - The Treaty of Nerchiinsk for Russia

Description

The permanent Russian exploration and colonization of Siberia that started under Ivan the Terrible had regularly continued all along the 17th century, with most of eastern Siberia discovered by the end of the century (Kamchatska was reached in 1679). The Amur basin had been explored by Khabarov in the 1650s and in 1689, a Russo-Chinese border conflict was settled by the first Chinese-European agreement, the Treaty of Nerchiinsk, fixing the Amur border. In 1727, the Kyakhta treaty would even make provisions for a Russian trading station to be established in Peking, the capital of the new Manchu dynasty (1644-1911).

Actions

A. Our Victory has been acknowledged

  • +30 victory points
  • Land tech investment: +2000
  • Trade tech investment: +500
  • +250 relations with Russia
  • Stability +2
  • Cede Selenga to Russia
  • Cede Ulan Ude to Russia
  • Cede Buriat to Russia
  • Cede Tchita to Russia
  • Cede Kalakan to Russia
  • Cede Sretensk to Russia
  • Cede Kalar to Russia
  • Cede Mogotcha to Russia
  • Cede Djagdi to Russia
  • Tchumkan will be considered a national province
  • Amgoun will be considered a national province
  • Tchekunda will be considered a national province
  • Boureia will be considered a national province
  • Ekimcan will be considered a national province
  • Nerchiinsk will be considered a national province
  • Norsk will be considered a national province
  • Nagorje will be considered a national province
  • Khretset will be considered a national province
  • Chilka will be considered a national province
  • Bogorodsk will be considered a national province
  • Vanin will be considered a national province
  • Sofiisk will be considered a national province
  • Amour will be considered a national province
  • Birobidjan will be considered a national province
  • Heilongjiang will be considered a national province
  • Viazemski will be considered a national province
  • Sikhote will be considered a national province
  • Nelma will be considered a national province
  • Olga will be considered a national province
  • Nakhodka will be considered a national province
  • Jilin will be considered a national province
  • Baicheng will be considered a national province
  • Jehol will be considered a national province
  • Liaotung will be considered a national province

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 21653 - The Treaty of Nerchiinsk for Russia
Action B of 21654 - The Treaty of Nerchiinsk for Russia

Description

Russian exploration and colonization of Siberia started under Ivan the Terrible. By the end of the 17th century, most of eastern Siberia was discovered (the Amur basin was explored by Khabarov in the 1650s and Kamchatka was reached in 1679). In 1689, a Russo-Chinese border conflict was settled by the first Chinese-European agreement, the Treaty of Nerchiinsk, wherein it was recognised that the Amur basin lay within Chinese borders while the Baikal Lake region belonged to Russia. In 1727, the Kyakhta treaty would even make provisions for a Russian trading station to be established in Peking, the capital of the new Manchu dynasty (1644-1911).

Actions

A. Our Victory has been acknowledged

  • +30 victory points
  • Land tech investment: +2000
  • Trade tech investment: +500
  • +250 relations with Russia
  • Stability +2
  • Cede Selenga to Russia
  • Cede Ulan Ude to Russia
  • Cede Buriat to Russia
  • Cede Tchita to Russia
  • Cede Kalakan to Russia
  • Cede Sretensk to Russia
  • Cede Kalar to Russia
  • Cede Mogotcha to Russia
  • Cede Djagdi to Russia
  • Cede Stanovoe to Russia
  • Cede Baladok to Russia
  • Cede Djugdjur to Russia
  • Cede Enkan to Russia
  • Cede Okhotsk to Russia
  • Cede Magadan to Russia
  • Tchumkan will be considered a national province
  • Amgoun will be considered a national province
  • Tchekunda will be considered a national province
  • Boureia will be considered a national province
  • Ekimcan will be considered a national province
  • Nerchiinsk will be considered a national province
  • Norsk will be considered a national province
  • Nagorje will be considered a national province
  • Khretset will be considered a national province
  • Chilka will be considered a national province
  • Bogorodsk will be considered a national province
  • Vanin will be considered a national province
  • Sofiisk will be considered a national province
  • Amour will be considered a national province
  • Birobidjan will be considered a national province
  • Heilongjiang will be considered a national province
  • Viazemski will be considered a national province
  • Sikhote will be considered a national province
  • Nelma will be considered a national province
  • Olga will be considered a national province
  • Nakhodka will be considered a national province
  • Jilin will be considered a national province
  • Baicheng will be considered a national province
  • Jehol will be considered a national province
  • Liaotung will be considered a national province

China — Not random

Triggered by

Action B of 21653 - The Treaty of Nerchiinsk for Russia
Action A of 21654 - The Treaty of Nerchiinsk for Russia
Action B of 3421 - The Treaty of Nerchiinsk for Russia

Description

The permanent Russian exploration and colonization of Siberia that started under Ivan the Terrible had regularly continued all along the 17th century, with most of eastern Siberia discovered by the end of the century (Kamchatska was reached in 1679). The Amur basin had been explored by Khabarov in the 1650s and in 1689, a Russo-Chinese border conflict was settled by the first Chinese-European agreement, the Treaty of Nerchiinsk, fixing the Amur border. In 1727, the Kyakhta treaty would even make provisions for a Russian trading station to be established in Peking, the capital of the new Manchu dynasty (1644-1911).

Actions

A. Exterminate these Rude Barbarians

  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Russia for 1200 months
  • +30 national manpower
  • +10000 infantry in Birobidjan
  • +3000 cavalry in Birobidjan
  • -150 gold
  • Stability +1
  • Start a war with Russia
  • Mogotcha will be considered a national province
  • Chilka will be considered a national province
  • Tchumkan will be considered a national province
  • Amgoun will be considered a national province
  • Tchekunda will be considered a national province
  • Boureia will be considered a national province
  • Ekimcan will be considered a national province
  • Nerchiinsk will be considered a national province
  • Norsk will be considered a national province
  • Nagorje will be considered a national province
  • Khretset will be considered a national province
  • Ulan Ude will be considered a national province
  • Tchita will be considered a national province
  • Sretensk will be considered a national province
  • Kalar will be considered a national province
  • Djagdi will be considered a national province
  • Stanovoe will be considered a national province
  • Baladok will be considered a national province
  • Djugdjur will be considered a national province
  • Enkan will be considered a national province
  • Bogorodsk will be considered a national province
  • Vanin will be considered a national province
  • Sofiisk will be considered a national province
  • Amour will be considered a national province
  • Birobidjan will be considered a national province
  • Heilongjiang will be considered a national province
  • Viazemski will be considered a national province
  • Sikhote will be considered a national province
  • Nelma will be considered a national province
  • Olga will be considered a national province
  • Nakhodka will be considered a national province
  • Jilin will be considered a national province
  • Baicheng will be considered a national province
  • Jehol will be considered a national province
  • Liaotung will be considered a national province

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