AGCEEP_Specific_Irak.txt

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1419-1464: Junior Branch of the Kara Koyunlu for Irak
1419-1464: Junior Branch of the Kara Koyunlu for Irak
1419-1464: Junior Branch of the Kara Koyunlu for Irak
1419-1464: Junior Branch of the Kara Koyunlu for Irak
1419-1464: Junior Branch of the Kara Koyunlu for Irak
1419-1464: Junior Branch of the Kara Koyunlu for Irak
1429-1430: The Jalayrids for Irak
1444-1446: Death of Ispan for Irak
1503: Defeat at Alma-Qulaq for Irak
Triggered (1419-1445): An Ak Koyunlu Client State for Irak
Triggered (1446-1459): Kara Koyunlu in Irak for Irak
Triggered (1500-1500): Treaty of Partition for Irak

Irak — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Basrah

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1464)

Description

As a junior branch of the Kara Koyunlu, the Koyunlu situated in Baghdad were expected to turn over any lands they conquered to the main branch, that the main branch had previous designs on.

Actions

A. Cede Basrah

  • +5 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Basrah to Kara Koyunlu

B. Basrah will remain ours

  • -300 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Stability -2

Irak — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Kirkuk

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1464)

Description

As a junior branch of the Kara Koyunlu, the Koyunlu situated in Baghdad were expected to turn over any lands they conquered to the main branch, that the main branch had previous designs on.

Actions

A. Cede Kirkuk

  • +5 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Kirkuk to Kara Koyunlu

B. Kirkuk will remain ours

  • -300 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Stability -2

Irak — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Hamadan

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1464)

Description

As a junior branch of the Kara Koyunlu, the Koyunlu situated in Baghdad were expected to turn over any lands they conquered to the main branch, that the main branch had previous designs on.

Actions

A. Cede Hamadan

  • +5 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Hamadan to Kara Koyunlu

B. Hamadan will remain ours

  • -300 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Stability -2

Irak — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Tabriz

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1464)

Description

As a junior branch of the Kara Koyunlu, the Koyunlu situated in Baghdad were expected to turn over any lands they conquered to the main branch, that the main branch had previous designs on.

Actions

A. Cede Qazvin

  • +5 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Tabriz to Kara Koyunlu

B. Qazvin will remain ours

  • -300 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Stability -2

Irak — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Tabaristan

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1464)

Description

As a junior branch of the Kara Koyunlu, the Koyunlu situated in Baghdad were expected to turn over any lands they conquered to the main branch, that the main branch had previous designs on.

Actions

A. Cede Tabaristan

  • +5 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Tabaristan to Kara Koyunlu

B. Tabaristan will remain ours

  • -300 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Stability -2

Irak — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Awhaz

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1419
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1464)

Description

As a junior branch of the Kara Koyunlu, the Koyunlu situated in Baghdad were expected to turn over any lands they conquered to the main branch, that the main branch had previous designs on.

Actions

A. Cede Awhaz

  • +5 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Awhaz to Kara Koyunlu

B. Awhaz will remain ours

  • -300 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Stability -2

Irak — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Own Basrah
  • Basrah exists

Will happen within 30 days of December 22, 1429
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 22, 1430)

Description

The collapse of the Il-Khanate led to the formation of many successor states. The most succesful of these would become the legacy of Hasan the Jalayir, a governor of Turkey. His descendents would rule Azerbaijan and the Western half of Iran until 1374 when the Kara Koyunlu declared their independence and took Kurdistan and later Tabriz. These two nations would find themselves swept over by the might of Timurlane. However when Timurid hegemony receded, the Jalayirids remained permanently stunted allowing the Kara Koyunlu to overthrow the Jalayrids and annex the last of their lands in 1431.

Actions

A. We tire of their existence!

  • -400 relations with Basrah
  • +5000 infantry in a random province
  • +2500 cavalry in the capital province
  • Basrah will be considered a national province
  • Break vassalization with Basrah

B. We will only be tolerant for so long

  • -200 relations with Basrah
  • +1000 infantry in the capital province
  • +500 cavalry in a random province
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Basrah for 240 months
  • Basrah will be considered a national province
  • Break vassalization with Basrah

Irak — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Elvend is active

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1444
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1446)

Description

The death of Ispan signaled trouble for the Baghdad branch of the Kara Koyunlu. Ispan bequeathed the government to his nephew Elvend as his son Fluad was too young at the time. However, most of the emirs preferred Fulad believing that a younger ruler would be easier to manipulate. Because the interests of these errant emirs were in conflict with those of Jahan Shah, the main branch of the Kara Koyunlu found itself taking greater interest in the affairs of Baghdad.

Actions

A. Is the end near?

  • Break vassalization with Kara Koyunlu
  • +2000 infantry in the capital province
  • A random province revolts
  • Stability -1
  • -400 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • Event 266004 - Death of Ispan for Kara Koyunlu is triggered immediately

Irak — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 103031 - Treaty of Partition for Ak Koyunlu has already occurred
  • Safavid Empire exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Kerman
    • Own Lut
    • Own Tabaristan
    • Own Hamadan
    • Own Awhaz
    • Own Isfahan
    • Own Fars
    • Own Hormouz

Will happen on June 20, 1503

Description

On June 20th of 1503, the forces of Sultan Murad encountered those of Ismail at Alma-Qulaq near Hamadan. His total defeat sealed the fate of his Iranian possessions, which accepted Safavid overlordship without resistance.

Actions

A. How embarassing!

  • Cede Hamadan to Safavid Empire
  • Cede Awhaz to Safavid Empire
  • Cede Isfahan to Safavid Empire
  • Cede Fars to Safavid Empire
  • Cede Hormouz to Safavid Empire
  • Cede Kerman to Safavid Empire
  • Cede Lut to Safavid Empire
  • Cede Tabaristan to Safavid Empire
  • -50 victory points
  • Event 254301 - Victory at Alma-Qulaq for Safavid Empire is triggered immediately

Irak — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 103041 - A Chance to Release a Kara Koyunlu Pretender for Ak Koyunlu

Description

Released as a pretender in Iraq and backed by the Ak Koyunlu, this Kara Koyunlu prince had no choice but to fight for the throne.

Actions

A. We shall prevail!

  • Start a war with Kara Koyunlu
  • -400 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • +5000 cavalry in a random province

Irak — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 296000 - Governership of Irak for Timurid Empire

Description

Unable to control large parts of what had once been the Timurid Empire, lgh Beg supported a puppet government of Kara Koyunlu princes in Iraq, as a desperate attempt to hold onto that far flung territory.

Actions

A. We shall be unstoppable!

  • +10000 infantry in the capital province
  • +5000 cavalry in a random province
  • +400 relations with Timurid Empire
  • -400 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • -400 relations with Ak Koyunlu
  • turkish will no longer be an accepted culture
  • turkish will become an accepted culture
  • arabic will no longer be an accepted culture
  • arabic will become an accepted culture
  • Event 296001 - Ambitions in Irak for Timurid Empire is triggered immediately

Irak — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 103031 - Treaty of Partition for Ak Koyunlu

Description

By the summer 1500, only two claimants to the throne of the empire remained: Alwand in Tabriz, and Sultan Murad of Shiraz. After disposing of Alwand's brother, Sultan Murad made camp in the northwestern frontier of Persian Iraq. With neither side attempting to force the issue, the dispute was eventually submitted to arbitration. A treaty was drawn up that divide the Ak Koyunlu empire at the Qizil Uzan river, between the two pretenders. Alwand accorded the environs of Azerbaijan, Diyarbakir and Arminiya, while Sultan Murad received the two Iraqs, Kerman, and Fars. With this decrease in power, the Ak Koyunlu was unable to check the strength of Dulkadir or the up and coming Ismail of Safavid origin.

Actions

A. A resolution at last, but at a terrible price

  • +5000 cavalry in a random province
  • +5000 cavalry in a random province
  • -400 relations with Ak Koyunlu
  • -400 relations with Timurid Empire
  • -400 relations with Fars
  • -400 relations with Uzbeks
  • -400 relations with Khorasan
  • -300 relations with Ottoman Empire
  • -200 relations with Dulkadir
  • -300 relations with Mamluks
  • arabic will no longer be an accepted culture
  • turkish will become an accepted culture
  • kurdish will become an accepted culture
  • Event 103033 - Murad's domain for Ak Koyunlu is triggered immediately

AGCEEP_Specific_Irak.txt