AGCEEP_Specific_Mombasa.txt

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Triggered (1741-1819): Al-Mazrui leads us to freedom for Mombasa
Triggered (1585-1586): Mirale Beque's first visit for Mombasa
Triggered (1588-1589): Mirale Beque's second visit for Mombasa
Triggered (1505-1560): Mombasa burnt by the Portuguese for Mombasa
Triggered (1528-1560): Mombasa burnt by the Portuguese for Mombasa
Triggered (1498-1558): Portuguese Explorers in East Africa for Mombasa
Triggered (1505-1560): The Portuguese seek to conquer us for Mombasa
Triggered (1528-1560): The Portuguese seek to conquer us for Mombasa

Mombasa — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 248024 - The rebellion of Mombasa for Oman

Description

The wl of Mombasa, Uthman al-Mazrui, took advantage of the Omani Civil War to proclaim Mombasa independent. The Omanis made no attempt to regain control until after the British had established a protectorate over Mombasa in 1824.

Actions

A. It's a great day

  • Break vassalization with Oman
  • -100 relations with Oman

Mombasa — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 301073 - Mischief in East Africa for Ottoman Empire

Description

Mirale Beque, as he's known in Portuguese sources, was a Turkish adventurer who terrorized the Portuguese in East Africa when he sailed south from the Red Sea with two galleys. He was able to surprise and capture several Portuguese merchantmen and was warmly welcomed by the Sultan of Mombasa as an ally against the Portuguese. He sailed back to Arabia heavily laden with booty and prisoners to be sold as slaves or ransomed.

Actions

A. This is our opportunity to throw off the Portuguese yoke

  • Break vassalization with Portugal
  • -100 relations with Portugal
  • +100 relations with Ottoman Empire
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Portugal for 36 months
  • Event 260138 - Result of Mirale Beque's first visit for Portugal is triggered immediately

B. Don't disturb the status quo

  • +100 relations with Portugal
  • -100 relations with Ottoman Empire

Mombasa — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 301074 - More Mischief in East Africa for Ottoman Empire

Description

Mirale Beque didn't return the following year, but he did return at the beginning of 1589 with a stronger force of galleys. Again he was warmly received by the Sultan of Mombasa who was under siege by the cannibal Zimba tribe. This time, however, the Portuguese had received word of his coming and were prepared for him. They trapped him in Mombasa harbor and allowed the Zimba to take the city as punishment for supporting the Turk. The Sultans of Malindi and Zanzibar were rewarded for their loyalty.

Actions

A. This is our opportunity to throw off the Portuguese yoke

  • Break vassalization with Portugal
  • -100 relations with Portugal
  • +100 relations with Ottoman Empire
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Portugal for 36 months
  • Event 260139 - Result of Mirale Beque's second visit for Portugal is triggered immediately

B. Don't disturb the status quo

  • +100 relations with Portugal
  • -100 relations with Ottoman Empire

Mombasa — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 260116 - Mombasa is a threat to our hegemony in East Africa for Portugal

Description

Mombasa had attempted to sabotage Vasco da Gama's ships earlier and King Manuel I commanded that it be conquered and occupied for that reason and to seize control of the East African trading routes. Dom Francisco Almeida decided merely to burn it to the ground. This act merely insured that Mombasa would be hostile to Portugal so long as Portugal controlled the eastern side of the Indian Ocean.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • -50 gold
  • -2 merchants
  • Trade tech investment: -500
  • -100 relations with Portugal

Mombasa — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 260112 - Mombasa has insulted us for Portugal

Description

Nuno da Cunha was determined to avenge the insult offered by Mombasa to the Portuguese. It simply would not do for a city like Mombasa to insult the Portuguese Crown and get away with it. He stormed the city on 17 November 1528 and started to razed its buildings before the Sheikh of Mombasa offered to swear allegiance to the Crown of Portugal if da Cunha would stop. The Sheikh paid his tribute, but his submission proved to be merely pro forma to get the Portuguese to stop their demolition. Mombasa would remain a thorn in Portugal's side for another sixty years.

Actions

A. Damn!

  • -50 gold
  • -2 merchants
  • Trade tech investment: -500
  • -100 relations with Portugal

Mombasa — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 260065 - Hostile Reception in Mombasa for Portugal

Description

Before arriving in Mombasa, Vasco da Gama, a Portuguese explorer had moored his expedition outside of Mozambique. Fighting ensued shortly between the explorers and the native muslim population. Briefed of these events, it would seem a wise course of action to punish the Portuguese for their transgressions.

Actions

A. Let's give them a cold reception

  • -50 relations with Portugal

B. Let us destroy their vessels

  • -75 relations with Portugal

Mombasa — Not random

Triggered by

Action B of 260116 - Mombasa is a threat to our hegemony in East Africa for Portugal

Description

Francisco Almeida has been commanded by his King, Manuel I, to conquer and occupy us. I say not.

Actions

A. Resist with all our might

  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Portugal for 60 months
  • -200 relations with Portugal

Mombasa — Not random

Triggered by

Action B of 260112 - Mombasa has insulted us for Portugal

Description

The Portuguese show every sign of remaining. This cannot be!

Actions

A. Resist with all our might

  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Portugal for 60 months
  • -200 relations with Portugal

AGCEEP_Specific_Mombasa.txt