AGCEEP_Specific_Friesland.txt

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1419-1425: Edo Wiemken's support of pirates for Friesland
1419-1498: Schieringers and Vetkopers for Friesland
1420-1550: Frisian quarrels for Friesland
1420-1550: Frisian quarrels for Friesland
1420-1819: Frisia finally united for Friesland
1420-1420: Jan of Bavaria becomes lord of Frisia for Friesland
1421-1421: Jan appoints a rentmeester for Friesland
1439-1498: Vetkopers and Schieringers for Friesland
1464-1465: Publication of the 'Coronike van Vrieslant' for Friesland
1476-1492: Groningen and the Ommelanden for Friesland
1493-1494: Ratification of the Charlemagne-privilege for Friesland
1498-1498: Albrecht von Sachsen for Friesland
1498-1580: Change of Language for Friesland
1500-1500: The revolt of 1500 for Friesland
1504: Georg and the 'Ordonnantie van Saksen' for Friesland
1512-1512: The execution of Mockema and Herjuwsma for Friesland
1514-1516: The sale of Friesland for Friesland
1550-1630: Province Language status for Friesland
1559-1648: Creation of the Dutch Republic for Friesland
1575-1578: Frisian future for Friesland
Triggered (1498-1498, 1498-1498): Albrecht von Sachsen for Friesland
Triggered (triggered event): Burgundian Claims on Friesen for Friesland
Triggered (1422, 1422): Jan loses control of the Schieringers for Friesland
Triggered (1419-1428): Pressure of the Hanse for Friesland
Triggered (1420-1420): Reconciliation effort of the Schieringers for Friesland
Triggered (1559-1648): The Dutch Republic for Friesland
Triggered (triggered event, triggered event): The sale of Friesland for Friesland
Triggered (1420-1420, 1420-1420): Vetkoper reaction to the Schieringer pact with Jan VI for Friesland

Friesland — Not random

Will happen within 1000 days of January 3, 1419
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 30, 1425)

Description

Edo Wiemken began to support pirates including the Victual Brothers, and earned a lot of money for his support.

Actions

A. Support the pirates

  • Stability -1
  • +1 base tax value in Friesen
  • +25 gold
  • Naval tech investment: +75
  • +1 badboy
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill -2 for 12 months
  • -50 relations with Mecklenburg
  • -20 relations with Denmark
  • -20 relations with Bremen
  • -20 relations with Holstein
  • -15 relations with Oldenburg

B. Better not

  • Naval tech investment: -10
  • +20 relations with Mecklenburg
  • +15 relations with Denmark
  • +15 relations with Bremen
  • +15 relations with Holstein
  • +5 relations with Oldenburg
  • Event 222001 - Edo Wiemken's support of pirates for Mecklenburg will never fire

Friesland — Not random

Will happen within 10 days of January 3, 1419
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 30, 1498)

Description

From 1392 to 1498, civil war raged between two parties, dominated by fighting between competing noble families. The cause of the fighting, aligned along two monastical orders, the Schieringers and Vetkopers, was due to complex family relations in which family loyalty, honour and blood revenge played an important role. In particular the fighting took place between important noble families and the influential monasteries. The Schieringers had their largest group of followers in Westergo. The Vetkopers had their power base in the east of the province.

Actions

A. Well, we will have to make do...

  • Stability -6
  • Revolt risk value in Friesen +10

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Oldenburg
  • The following must not occur:
    • Oldenburg is a national (core) province
  • Country is not at war

Will happen within 90 days of January 5, 1420
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 15, 1550)
unless prevented by
Action A of 171010 - Frisia finally united for Friesland
Action A of 171009 - Frisian quarrels for Friesland

Description

Despite efforts to unite the Frisian people, the various powerful chiefs could not agree on a single all powerful ruler for greater Friesland.

Actions

A. Frisian quarrels

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Oldenburg
  • Oldenburg is a national (core) province
  • The following must not occur:
    • Centralization is at 4 or higher
  • Country is not at war

Will happen within 90 days of January 5, 1420
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 15, 1550)
unless prevented by
Action A of 171010 - Frisia finally united for Friesland
Action A of 171006 - Frisian quarrels for Friesland

Description

Despite efforts to unite the Frisian people, the various powerful chiefs could not agree on a single all powerful ruler for greater Friesland.

Actions

A. Frisian quarrels

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Oldenburg is a national (core) province
  • Own Oldenburg
  • Control Oldenburg
  • Luxembourg is a national (core) province
  • Own Luxembourg
  • Control Luxembourg
  • Holland is a national (core) province
  • Own Holland
  • Control Holland
  • At least one of the following must occur:
  • Country is not at war

Will happen within 300 days of January 5, 1420
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

As promised when 'Coronike van Vrieslant' was published, we have united the Greater Frisia despite the quarrelsome nature of our people.

Actions

A. Great!

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Friesland is a vassal of Luxemburg

Will happen within 10 days of October 5, 1420
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 5, 1420)

Description

Despite their previous reconciliation effort, the Schieringers came to Jan once more, this time Jan accepted and became lord over Friesland.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Stability -1
  • Friesen revolts

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 10 days of April 2, 1421
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after April 30, 1421)

Description

After consolidating his lordship over Friesland, Jan appointed a 'rentmeester' to look after his incomes from Friesland.

Actions

A. Tolerate him

  • Gain bailiff in Friesen
  • -25 gold

B. Don't tolerate him

  • +25 gold
  • -100 relations with Luxemburg

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Burgundy is a neighbor
  • Oldenburg is a neighbor
  • Guelders is a neighbor
  • The following must not occur:
    • Country has at least 2 non-colonial provinces

Will happen within 40 days of July 13, 1439
Checked again every 40 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 30, 1498)

Description

In 1439 the factionalism which had abated for some years started once again in Gaasterland, the Vetkoper under Galamas against the Schieringer under Harinxmas. A violent conflict that continued until 1456. The dispute in Oostergo (14411444) was settled through a court of law under the influence of Groningen. Shortly thereafter the Donia War (1458-1463) began, followed by an explosion of other disputes, the towns Sneek now played a large role, some actively, some passively, Dokkum 1470, Leeuwarden in 1487. Attempts by the Emperor to settle the dispute proved fruitless.

Actions

A. Stalemate

  • Stability -6
  • Friesen revolts
  • Friesen revolts
  • Friesen revolts

Friesland — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1464
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1465)

Description

In 1464 the 'Coronike van Vrieslant' was published in which the history of Friesland was greatly glorified and exagerated.

Actions

A. We have no interest in ancient history

  • +75 relations with Burgundy
  • +75 relations with Oldenburg
  • Stability +1

B. Reclaim Ostfriesland and Westfriesland

  • -50 relations with Burgundy
  • -50 relations with Oldenburg
  • Oldenburg will be considered a national province
  • Holland will be considered a national province
  • Stability -1
  • Set flag [HollandClaim] for events

Friesland — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of July 23, 1476
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 30, 1492)

Description

The province of Groningen consists of two historical parts, the (Saxon) city of Groningen and the (Frisian) Ommelanden. They were united exactly 355 years. During the 15th century Groningen consolidated it's power in the Ommelanden, and there were continuous struggles with foreign threats. Holland, which was ruled by the Bavarian House by now, tried to get hold of Friesland and Groningen. The Bishop of Utrecht tried to effectuate his rights on Groningen and Drente. And a powerfull count in Oost-Friesland tried to conquer the Ommelanden. In the end all these attacks were repulsed, and Groningen became effectively an independent citystate. She had direct rule over the Gorecht and the Oldambts, and a strong treaty with the Ommelanden that gave her political and economic preponderance. Westerwolde was in pledge from the Bishop of Munster, and she had garrisons along the Eastern border. Large parts of Friesland were subordinate to her and in several cities in Friesland she had blockhouses with garrisons. Her coat of arms was a double imperial eagle, sign of an free imperial city. The sovereignty of the Bishop had become a hollow formality. In 1490, Groningen lost its major seaport of Delfzijl, this loss slowly ebbed the demise as Emden which lies on the opposite side of the river gained in precedence, Emden was now controlled by the Cirksena dynasty, counts of east Frisia.

Actions

A. Hail free Frisians

  • Stability -1
  • Flag graphics extension set to "Groningen"
  • -50 relations with Austria
  • -50 relations with Oldenburg
  • +20 relations with Guelders
  • +20 relations with Cleves
  • +1 base tax value in Friesen

Friesland — Not random

Will happen within 300 days of January 2, 1493
Checked again every 300 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1494)

Description

The legal basis for Friesland's lordlessness in this period was sought in the so-called 'Charlemagne-privilege'. In this now believed to be faked document, Charlemagne gives the Frisians the freedom to appoint their own lord. Emperor Maximilian ratified the document in 1493.

Actions

A. Splendid!

  • Stability +1
  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Aristocracy -1
  • Innovativeness +1
  • +50 relations with Austria
  • -1 base tax value in Friesen

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Meissen exists
  • The following must not occur:
    • Saxony exists

Will happen within 350 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 350 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1498)
unless prevented by
Action A of 22006 - Albrecht von Sachsen for Friesland

Description

In 1498 the civil war had grown to unacceptable proportions, prompting the Emperor to send in his loyal subject, Albrecht von Sachsen, to govern Friesland. He built a fortress in Leeuwarden when he consolidated his rule.

Actions

A. Accept him

  • Centralization +2
  • Aristocracy +1
  • Serfdom +1
  • Innovativeness -1
  • Mercantilism +1
  • Stability +1
  • Monarch Willebrord van Schaumburg becomes active
  • Monarch Albrecht von Sachsen becomes active
  • Monarch Hugo van Leijsenach becomes active
  • Monarch Georg von Sachsen becomes active
  • Monarch Hendrik van Stolberg becomes active
  • Monarch Everwijn van Benthem becomes active
  • Revolt risk value in Friesen -5
  • Event 22005 - The lordship of Friesland for Meissen will never fire
  • Event 273036 - The lordship of Friesland for Saxony will never fire

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Friesland is a vassal of Burgundy
    • Friesland is a vassal of Saxony
    • Friesland is a vassal of Guelders
    • Friesland is a vassal of Meissen

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1498
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1580)

Description

Up until the fifteenth century Frisian was a language widely spoken and written in Frisia, but from 1500 onwards it became an almost exclusively oral language, mainly used in rural areas. This was in part due to the occupation of its stronghold, in 1498, by Duke Albert of Saxony, who replaced Frisian as the language of government with Dutch.

Actions

A. Change of Linguistic status

  • dutch will become an accepted culture
  • german will no longer be an accepted culture

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Albrecht von Sachsen is active

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1500
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after September 13, 1500)

Description

In 1500 as many as 16,000 Frisians revolted against the rule of the duke of Saxony because of the carelessness of his son Heinrich. The revolt was too disorganized to accomplish anything substantial, Albrecht himself defeated the rebels.

Actions

A. OK

  • Friesen revolts
  • Stability -1

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Georg von Sachsen is active

Will happen on July 3, 1504

Description

In 1504 duke Georg came to Friesland to reform the government, to this end he enacted the 'Ordonnantie van Saksen' (Ordinance of Saxony). The Ordinance included extensive standards on how judicial and civil government should be handled, he appointed a highest Court seated in Leeuwarden to oversee the implementation of the Ordinance. Furthermore, he founded a mint and improved the infrastructure of the province. He also reformed the taxation system.

Actions

A. Reform everything

  • Gain courthouse in the capital province
  • Centralization +1
  • -25 gold
  • Stability -1
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +300
  • Size of loans changed to 250 ducats
  • +2 base tax value in the capital province
  • Global revolt risk +2 for 240 months

B. Reform everything but the judical system

  • +100 gold
  • Stability -1
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +200
  • Size of loans changed to 250 ducats
  • +1 base tax value in the capital province
  • Global revolt risk +3 for 240 months

C. Reform everything but the taxation system

  • Gain courthouse in the capital province
  • Centralization +1
  • -100 gold
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +300
  • Size of loans changed to 250 ducats

D. Do not reform

  • Stability +1

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Everwijn van Benthem is active
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Friesland is a vassal of Meissen
    • Friesland is a vassal of Saxony

Will happen within 350 days of January 2, 1512
Checked again every 350 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1512)

Description

In 1512 Everwijn van Benthem executed two prominent Frisian nobles by the names of Gerbrand Mockema and Jemme Herjuwsma because they supposedly had connections with the count of Ostfriesland. This execution made many Frisians lose their love for the Saxon government.

Actions

A. Guilty!

  • -50 relations with Meissen
  • -50 relations with Saxony
  • Stability +1
  • Global revolt risk +2 for 34 months

B. Not guilty!

  • Stability -6

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 25 days of October 3, 1514
Checked again every 25 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after February 3, 1516)

Description

Friesland agreed to be subjugated by Charles of Egmond, Duke of Guelders in October 1514. Heindrich sold his portion of West Friesland to his brother Georg, who sold it in May 1515, to Charles II of Burgundy. The Frisians were so outraged that their land had been sold to the count of Holland (their enemy-by-inheritance) that they called upon Charles of Egmond.

Actions

A. Call upon Charles of Egmond (End Game)

B. Submit to Charles II

C. Be free

  • Innovativeness +2
  • Centralization -3
  • Serfdom -2
  • +5000 infantry in the capital province
  • +1000 cavalry in the capital province
  • Start a war with Burgundy
  • -200 relations with Burgundy
  • +50 relations with Guelders
  • +50 relations with Oldenburg
  • Monarch Frisian Council * becomes active
  • Leader Greate Pier becomes active
  • Leader Wijerd Jelckama becomes active

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 100 days of January 2, 1550
Checked again every 100 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1630)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338490 - Frisian province change for Friesen

Description

When the Netherlands became independent, in 1585, the Frisian language did not regain its former status, the process of language reform to dutch had already started 30 years previously. The reason for this was the rise of Holland as the dominant part of the Netherlands, and its language, Dutch, as the dominant language in judicial, administrative and religious affairs.

Actions

A. Change of Province status

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Friesen
  • Own Geldre
  • Own Holland
  • Control Holland
  • Own Zeeland
  • The following must not occur:
    • Netherlands exists

Will happen within 3600 days of January 2, 1559
Checked again every 3600 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1648)

Description

The monopoly on positions of authority by those born in Friesen, many of whom abused their positions for personal profit, has become a source of resentment in the remainder of the low countries. Demands for power to be devolved to the cities were presented by the burghers of Amsterdam, Haarlem and Delft. Most of the remaining cities outside Friesen and some of the rural nobility soon signed up to this League of Holland. We have two courses of action to choose between. Firstly, we could replace some of our officials with wavering individuals from within the League, thus dividing the League, removing one of their key grievances and cleansing our bureaucracy of graft. Alternatively, we might have to accede to the League's demand to share power.

Actions

A. Become Holland

  • +10% inflation
  • Stability -1
  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Netherlands
  • dutch will become an accepted culture
  • german will no longer be an accepted culture
  • Flag graphics extension set to "Princevlag"
  • Set flag [Princevlag] for events
  • Move capital to Holland
  • Event 3900 - Creation of the Dutch Republic for Netherlands will never fire
  • Centralization -5
  • Aristocracy -3
  • Serfdom -2
  • Mercantilism -2
  • Innovativeness +2
  • Quality -3
  • Friesen will be considered a national province
  • Geldre will be considered a national province
  • Holland will be considered a national province
  • Zeeland will be considered a national province
  • Brabant will be considered a national province
  • Flandern will be considered a national province

B. Remain as Friesland

  • +200 victory points
  • Stability -2
  • Global revolt risk +8 for 48 months
  • Centralization +3
  • Aristocracy +1
  • Serfdom +1
  • Innovativeness -1
  • Gain bailiff in a random province
  • Gain bailiff in a random province
  • Gain bailiff in a random province
  • Gain bailiff in a random province
  • Gain courthouse in a random province
  • Gain courthouse in a random province

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Oldenburg exists

Will happen within 30 days of August 19, 1575
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1578)

Description

The last ruler of Friesland was Maria of Jever, who ruled until 1575. After her death, Friesland became a part of Oldenburg, as per her instructions which where initiated by Hero Oomkens von Esens who was a Frisian nobleman of Wittmund. Hero arranged in 1489 by his marriage to Armgard Countess of Oldenburg a set of instructions that upon the lack of heirs within the old Frisian aristocracy, that Frisia lands would become a part of Oldenburg.

Actions

A. Frisian aristocracy is no more (End Game)

B. Remain free

  • -100 relations with Oldenburg
  • Stability -3
  • -300 gold

Friesland — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 22005 - The lordship of Friesland for Meissen
Action A of 273036 - The lordship of Friesland for Saxony

Description

In 1498 the civil war had grown to unacceptable proportions, prompting the Emperor to send in his loyal subject, Albrecht von Sachsen, to govern Friesland. He built a fortress in Leeuwarden when he consolidated his rule.

Actions

A. Accept him

  • Centralization +2
  • Aristocracy +1
  • Serfdom +1
  • Innovativeness -1
  • Mercantilism +1
  • Stability +1
  • +100 relations with Meissen
  • Monarch Willebrord van Schaumburg becomes active
  • Monarch Albrecht von Sachsen becomes active
  • Monarch Hugo van Leijsenach becomes active
  • Monarch Georg von Sachsen becomes active
  • Monarch Hendrik van Stolberg becomes active
  • Monarch Everwijn van Benthem becomes active
  • Revolt risk value in Friesen -5
  • Event 22018 - Albrecht von Sachsen for Friesland will never fire

Friesland — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 28006 - King Philip for Burgundy

Description

The Emperor has made Philip the Good of Burgundy King of Lotharingia, reviving the ninth century Kingdom of Lothar. The emperor has granted some of our lands to Burgundy!

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Burgundy for 2500 months
  • +6000 cavalry in the capital province
  • -50 relations with Austria

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • Friesland is a vassal of Luxemburg

Triggered by

Action A of 213006 - Jan loses control of the Schieringers for Luxemburg
Action A of 213005 - Jan loses control of the Schieringers for Luxemburg

Description

After stepping on the Shieringers' toes once too many, Jan lost control of the Schieringers. After losing Dokkum, his last foothold in Friesland, on the 29th of May 1422, the treaty ending his Frisian adventure was signed on the 17th of August.

Actions

A. Freedom!

  • Break vassalization with Brabant

Friesland — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 222001 - Edo Wiemken's support of pirates for Mecklenburg

Description

Edo Wiemken stopped supporting the pirates under the pressure of the Hanse.

Actions

A. Stop supporting the pirates

  • -1 base tax value in Friesen
  • Naval tech investment: -50
  • +15 relations with Mecklenburg
  • +5 relations with Denmark
  • +10 relations with Bremen
  • +10 relations with Holstein
  • +5 relations with Oldenburg
  • -1 badboy

B. No, it's too rewarding...

Friesland — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 213003 - Schieringers request aid for Luxemburg

Description

When Jan of Bavaria refused to support the Schieringers in june 1420, the Schieringers tried to reconcile with the Vetkopers.

Actions

A. A blessing

  • Stability +1
  • Global revolt risk -5 for 337 months

Friesland — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 3900 - Creation of the Dutch Republic for Netherlands

Description

A united Dutch Republic has broken free from the oppressors. This is a chance to unite the Netherlands at last... Shall we join our brothers and sisters in the republic?

Actions

A. Join the new Republic (End Game)

B. Walk our own path

  • -100 relations with Netherlands
  • Stability -2

Friesland — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Guelders exists

Triggered by

Action A of 22009 - Charles II bought Friesland for Meissen
Action A of 273038 - Charles II bought Friesland for Saxony

Description

In 1515, Georg had become so disappointed with being unable to control Friesland that he sold it to Charles II of Burgundy, who was trying to unite the Netherlands.

Actions

A. Submit to Charles II

B. Be free

  • Innovativeness +2
  • Centralization -3
  • Serfdom -2
  • +5000 infantry in the capital province
  • +1000 cavalry in the capital province
  • Start a war with Burgundy
  • -200 relations with Burgundy
  • +50 relations with Guelders
  • +50 relations with Oldenburg
  • Monarch Frisian Council * becomes active
  • Leader Greate Pier becomes active
  • Leader Wijerd Jelckama becomes active

Friesland — Not random

Triggered by

Action B of 213003 - Schieringers request aid for Luxemburg
Action A of 213004 - Jan and the Schieringers for Luxemburg

Description

In june 1420, the Schieringers asked Jan of Bavaria to aid them in their civil war against the Vetkopers.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • Stability -1
  • +4000 infantry in Friesen

AGCEEP_Specific_Friesland.txt