AGCEEP_Specific_Timurids.txt

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1420-1425: Shh Rkh and Kara Ylk for Timurid Empire
1428-1449: Ulugh Beg's Observatory for Timurid Empire
1428-1500: The Uzbek Offensive for Timurid Empire
1440-1490: The Conquest of Persia for Timurid Empire
1446-1459: Ascendancy of lgh Beg for Timurid Empire
1446-1459: Ascendancy of lgh Beg for Timurid Empire
1446-1459: Governership of Irak for Timurid Empire
1446-1447: An Ambitious Prince in the West for Timurid Empire
1447-1819: Independence of Baluchistan for Timurid Empire
1450-1500: Ab Sa'id Reunites Transoxiana and Khorasan for Timurid Empire
1459-1469: Abul Khayr and Ab Sa'id for Timurid Empire
1459-1469: Might of Ab Sa'id for Timurid Empire
1469-1504: The Dissolution of Ab Sa'id's Kingdom for Timurid Empire
1490-1530: Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire
1490-1530: Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire
1490-1530: Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire
1506-1600: The End of the Timurid Empire for Timurid Empire
1514-1520: Babur's Ambition for Timurid Empire
Triggered (triggered event): Ab Sa'id Reunites Transoxiana and Khorasan for Timurid Empire
Triggered (triggered event): Ambitions in Irak for Timurid Empire
Triggered (triggered event): Last Days of the Timurid Empire for Timurid Empire
Triggered (1436-1440): New Leadership of the Kara Koyunlu for Timurid Empire
Triggered (1446-1459): Ruler of Herat for Timurid Empire
Triggered (triggered event): The Disintegration of the Timurid Empire for Timurid Empire
Triggered (triggered event): The Disintegration of the Timurid Empire for Timurid Empire

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Kara Koyunlu and Ak Koyunlu are at war

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1420
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1425)

Description

The Ak Koyunlu state was established as a permanent state when Timur granted Kara Ylk the captured cities of Malatya and Diyarbakir. Because of this, Kara Ylk owed a great debt of gratitude to the Empire. During the reign of Shh Rkh, the two leaders often fought alongside one another in their efforts to annihilate the Kara Koyunlu.

Actions

A. We shall dispatch a small army

B. We shan't get involved in every small skirmish!

  • -75 relations with Ak Koyunlu

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Innovativeness is at 2 or higher
  • Own Samarkand

Will happen within 30 days of March 2, 1428
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 2, 1449)

Description

lgh Beg was the son of Shh Rkh and served as a governor for his father in Samarkand. At heart however, he was primarily a scientist, in particular a mathematician and an astronomer. In 1417, to push forward the study of astronomy, Ulugh Beg began building a madrasah (a centre for higher education). The madrasah was completed in 1420 and Ulugh Beg then began to appoint the best scientists he could find to positions there as lecturers. In addition to the madrasah, Ulugh Beg built an observatory, the construction of this beginning in 1428. The achievements of the scientists at the Observatory, working there under Ulugh Beg's direction and in collaboration with him, include the following: methods for giving accurate approximate solutions of cubic equations, work with the binomial theorem, Ulugh Beg's accurate tables of sines and tangents correct to eight decimal places, and of particular importance, Ulugh Beg's Catalogue of the stars, the first comprehensive stellar catalogue since that of Ptolemy.

Actions

A. Build it!

  • Innovativeness +1
  • -200 gold
  • Gain Fine Arts Academy in Samarkand
  • +1 base tax value in Samarkand
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +3000

B. We have neither the time nor the money for such foolishness!

  • Innovativeness -1

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 65006 - Uzbeks on Offensive for Uzbeks has already occurred
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Uzbeks controls Karabogaz
    • Peasant Rebels controls Karabogaz
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Uzbeks controls Khwarizm
    • Peasant Rebels controls Khwarizm
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Uzbeks controls Khiva
    • Peasant Rebels controls Khiva
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Uzbeks controls Turkmenistan
    • Peasant Rebels controls Turkmenistan
    • Uzbeks controls Kara Kum
    • Peasant Rebels controls Kara Kum
    • Uzbeks controls Bukhara
    • Peasant Rebels controls Bukhara
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Karabogaz
    • Own Khwarizm
    • Own Khiva

Will happen within 1 days of March 2, 1428
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1500)

Description

When Abul Khayr of the Uzbeks led an attack on the Khwarizm, no one expected his offensive to be successful. Unfortunately for the Timurids, it resulted in the loss of the entire region. This was an ominous portend for further Uzbek-Timurid conflicts . . .

Actions

A. Abandon the northern border to the Uzbeks

  • Cede Karabogaz to Uzbeks
  • Cede Khwarizm to Uzbeks
  • Cede Khiva to Uzbeks
  • Uzbek will no longer be considered a national province
  • Stability -1

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Fars exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Kara Koyunlu owns Isfahan
    • Kara Koyunlu owns Fars
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Kara Koyunlu controls Isfahan
      • Own Isfahan
    • All of the following must occur:
      • Kara Koyunlu controls Fars
      • Own Fars
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Azerbaijan
    • Own Kirkuk
    • Own Damman
    • Own Basrah
    • Own Kerman
    • Own Lut
    • Own Tabaristan
    • Own Tabriz
    • Own Hamadan
    • Own Awhaz
    • Own Isfahan
    • Own Fars
    • Own Hormouz
    • Own Mekran

Will happen within 5 days of January 2, 1440
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1490)

Description

With the sucessful conquest of the Isfahan-Fars region, the Kara Koyunlu effectively ended the reign of the Timurid Empire in Western Iran. The Kara Koyunlu had proven themselves a force to be recokened with.

Actions

A. We shrink!

  • Stability -1
  • Cede Azerbaijan to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Kirkuk to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Iraq to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Basrah to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Damman to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Tabriz to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Hamadan to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Awhaz to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Tabaristan to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Isfahan to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Lut to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Kerman to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Hormouz to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Mekran to Kara Koyunlu

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch lgh Beg is active
  • Own Samarkand
  • Control Samarkand

Will happen within 5 days of January 2, 1446
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1459)
unless prevented by
Action A of 296004 - Ascendancy of lgh Beg for Timurid Empire

Description

With the ascendancy of lgh Beg, the Timurid Empire began its decline. More intrigued by the fields of science and mathematics than the reigns of government, lgh Beg was undeniably weak and his opponents took full advantage. lgh Beg never controlled the full extent of his father's realm, as numerous pretenders declared their independence upon the death of Shh Rkh.

Actions

A. How we crumble!

  • Move capital to Samarkand
  • Azerbaijan will no longer be considered a national province
  • Tabriz will no longer be considered a national province
  • Mekran will no longer be considered a national province
  • Meched will no longer be considered a national province
  • Kerman will no longer be considered a national province
  • Lut will no longer be considered a national province
  • Tabriz will no longer be considered a national province
  • Fars will no longer be considered a national province
  • Hormouz will no longer be considered a national province
  • Birjand will no longer be considered a national province
  • Quetta revolts
  • Quetta revolts
  • Mekran revolts
  • Mekran revolts
  • Baluchistan revolts
  • Baluchistan revolts
  • Kalat revolts
  • Kalat revolts
  • Zahedan revolts
  • Zahedan revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • Global revolt risk +10 for 24 months
  • Grant independence to Khorasan
  • Grant independence to Fars
  • Stability -6
  • Event 296004 - Ascendancy of lgh Beg for Timurid Empire will never fire
  • Event 304003 - The Disintegration of the Timurid Empire for Khorasan is triggered immediately
  • Event 306000 - The Disintegration of the Timurid Empire for Fars is triggered immediately

B. We shall never give up hope!

  • Grant independence to Fars
  • Azerbaijan will no longer be considered a national province
  • Tabriz will no longer be considered a national province
  • Mekran will no longer be considered a national province
  • Meched will no longer be considered a national province
  • Kerman will no longer be considered a national province
  • Lut will no longer be considered a national province
  • Tabriz will no longer be considered a national province
  • Fars will no longer be considered a national province
  • Hormouz will no longer be considered a national province
  • Birjand will no longer be considered a national province
  • Quetta revolts
  • Mekran revolts
  • Baluchistan revolts
  • Kalat revolts
  • Zahedan revolts
  • Samarkand revolts
  • Samarkand revolts
  • The capital province revolts
  • The capital 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
  • Global revolt risk +25 for 96 months
  • Stability -6
  • Event 296004 - Ascendancy of lgh Beg for Timurid Empire will never fire
  • Event 306000 - The Disintegration of the Timurid Empire for Fars is triggered immediately

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch lgh Beg is active
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Own Samarkand
    • The following must not occur:
      • Control Samarkand
  • The following must not occur:

Will happen within 20 days of January 2, 1446
Checked again every 20 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1459)
unless prevented by
Action A, B of 296607 - Ascendancy of lgh Beg for Timurid Empire

Description

With the ascendancy of lgh Beg, the Timurid Empire began its decline. More intrigued by the fields of science and mathematics than the reigns of government, lgh Beg was undeniably weak and his opponents took full advantage. lgh Beg never controlled the full extent of his father's realm, as numerous pretenders declared their independence upon the death of Shh Rkh.

Actions

A. We shall never give up hope!

  • Azerbaijan will no longer be considered a national province
  • Tabriz will no longer be considered a national province
  • Mekran will no longer be considered a national province
  • Kerman will no longer be considered a national province
  • Lut will no longer be considered a national province
  • Tabriz will no longer be considered a national province
  • Fars will no longer be considered a national province
  • Hormouz will no longer be considered a national province
  • Quetta revolts
  • Mekran revolts
  • Baluchistan revolts
  • Kalat revolts
  • Zahedan revolts
  • The capital province revolts
  • The capital 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
  • Global revolt risk +25 for 96 months
  • Stability -6
  • Grant independence to Kabul
  • Grant independence to Ferghana
  • Grant independence to Balkh
  • Event 296005 - Ruler of Herat for Timurid Empire is triggered immediately
  • Event 296607 - Ascendancy of lgh Beg for Timurid Empire will never fire

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 50 days of January 2, 1446
Checked again every 50 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1459)

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. How long will they be loyal?

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Isfahan
    • Own Fars

Will happen within 30 days of November 2, 1446
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1447)

Description

In November of 1446, Rkh's grandson, Muhammed Sultan, would take his first steps towards securing Fars for his dominion. Although, he would fail in his conquest during the reign Rkh, revolts by him and other Timurid princes would plague Rkh's successor.

Actions

A. Nice try poppet

  • Fars revolts
  • Fars revolts
  • Isfahan revolts
  • Lose 5000 troops in Isfahan
  • Lose 5000 troops in Fars

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Event 296607 - Ascendancy of lgh Beg for Timurid Empire has already occurred
  • Baluchistan exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Baluchistan
    • Own Kalat
    • Own Zahedan

Will happen within 30 days of March 2, 1447
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

In the chaos of Central Asia following the death of Shh Rkh, the nomadic peoples of Baluchistan would become independent of their former rulers.

Actions

A. Great!

  • Cede Baluchistan to Baluchistan
  • Cede Kalat to Baluchistan
  • Cede Zahedan to Baluchistan

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Khorasan exists
  • Monarch Abu'Said is active
  • Khorasan owns Herat
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Control Herat
    • Peasant Rebels controls Herat

Will happen within 10 days of March 2, 1450
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1500)

Description

With his successful capture of Sultan Mahmud's capital of Herat, Ab Sa'id would reunite the separate Timurid realms of Transoxiana and Khorasan. Despite his achievements, weak rulership after his death would lead to the formation of Khorasan again.

Actions

A. We are one again

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Abu'Said is active
  • Uzbeks exists
  • The following must not occur:
    • Timurid Empire and Uzbeks are at war

Will happen within 10 days of March 2, 1459
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1469)

Description

Ab Sa'id had been living in the court of Ulugh Beg and in 1449 attempted to seize the throne. Failing, he later tried to seize Bukhara, another failure which ended in his imprisonment. However, upon the assassination of 'Abd al-Latf, he was released and proclaimed ruler by the nobles and clergy of Samarkand. In June of 1451, with the help of Abul Khayr, he defeated the forces of 'Abd Allh Mrz. Sa'id lavished Khayr with gifts, including lgh Beg's daughter in marriage.

Actions

A. Improved relations

Timurid Empire — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of March 2, 1459
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1469)

Description

Only through military might was Ab Sa'id was able to hold the Empire together, as widespread dissent and outright revolts wracked the Empire.

Actions

A. Attack all traitors!

  • Global revolt risk +3 for 96 months
  • A random province revolts
  • +10000 infantry in the capital province

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Monarch Abu'Said is active
  • Own Samarkand
  • Control Samarkand

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1469
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1504)

Description

Upon the death of Ab Sa'id, the Empire literally fell to pieces. Husain Baiqara, great-grandson of Timur's son, Umar Shaikh, succeeded in occupying Eastern Persia and Khwarizm. The rest of Sa'id's Kingdom was divided between his four sons. The eldest, Ahmad, was established in Samarkand and Bukhara. His second son, Sultan Mahmud was given Badaskhan, Khultan, Tirmiz, Qunduz, and Hisar. Ulugh Beg, his third, was given Kabul and Ghazni with the fourth, Umar Shaikh as ruler of Ferghana. The glory days of the Timurid Empire were at an end.

Actions

A. Without a strong hand things fall apart

  • Move capital to Samarkand
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province
  • Grant independence to Khorasan
  • Grant independence to Balkh
  • Grant independence to Kabul
  • Grant independence to Ferghana
  • Global revolt risk +25 for 12 months
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • Stability -6
  • -400 relations with Khorasan
  • -400 relations with Afghanistan
  • -400 relations with Uzbeks
  • -400 relations with Fars
  • -400 relations with Ferghana
  • -400 relations with Balkh
  • persian will no longer be an accepted culture
  • Event 304005 - Last Days of the Timurid Empire for Khorasan is triggered immediately
  • Event 375002 - Princes of Kabul for Kabul is triggered immediately
  • Event 243001 - Princes of Ferghana for Ferghana is triggered immediately
  • Event 412000 - Princes of Badaskhan for Balkh is triggered immediately

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Uzbeks exists
  • Event 325013 - Shaibani's Ambition for Uzbeks has already occurred
  • Own Samarkand
  • Own Surkhandarya
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Uzbeks controls Samarkand
    • Peasant Rebels controls Samarkand
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Own Quetta
    • Own Qandahar
    • Own Kabul

Will happen within 1 days of November 2, 1490
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1530)
unless prevented by
Action A of 296771 - Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire

Description

After marching through Bukhara, it was only a matter of time before Shaibani of the Uzbeks came to collect Samarkand. Although the city would swap back and forth between the Uzbeks and Timurid princes for brief period of times, the reign of the Timurids from Samarkand was pretty much at an end. The future of the Timurids lay in the southern lands.

Actions

A. Our destiny lies in the south

  • Move capital to Surkhandarya
  • Stability -2
  • -50 victory points
  • Quetta will be considered a national province
  • Qandahar will be considered a national province
  • Kabul will be considered a national province
  • Cede Samarkand to Uzbeks
  • Cede Uzbek to Uzbeks
  • Cede Bukhara to Uzbeks
  • Event 296771 - Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire will never fire
  • Event 296772 - Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire will never fire

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Uzbeks exists
  • Event 325013 - Shaibani's Ambition for Uzbeks has already occurred
  • Own Samarkand
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Uzbeks controls Samarkand
    • Peasant Rebels controls Samarkand
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Quetta
    • Own Qandahar
    • Own Kabul
  • The following must not occur:
    • Kabul exists

Will happen within 1 days of November 2, 1490
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1530)
unless prevented by
Action A of 296770 - Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire

Description

After marching through Bukhara, it was only a matter of time before Shaibani of the Uzbeks came to collect Samarkand. Although the city would swap back and forth between the Uzbeks and Timurid princes for brief period of times, the reign of the Timurids from Samarkand was pretty much at an end. The future of the Timurids lay in the southern lands.

Actions

A. Our destiny lies in the south

  • Move capital to Quetta
  • Move capital to Qandahar
  • Move capital to Kabul
  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Kabul
  • Stability -2
  • -50 victory points
  • Quetta will be considered a national province
  • Qandahar will be considered a national province
  • Kabul will be considered a national province
  • Cede Uzbek to Uzbeks
  • Cede Bukhara to Uzbeks
  • Cede Samarkand to Uzbeks
  • Cede Surkhandarya to Uzbeks
  • Event 296770 - Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire will never fire
  • Event 296772 - Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire will never fire

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Uzbeks exists
  • Event 325013 - Shaibani's Ambition for Uzbeks has already occurred
  • Own Samarkand
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Uzbeks controls Samarkand
    • Peasant Rebels controls Samarkand
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Own Quetta
    • Own Qandahar
    • Own Kabul
    • Own Surkhandarya

Will happen within 1 days of November 2, 1490
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after November 2, 1530)
unless prevented by
Action A of 296770 - Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire
Action A of 296771 - Uzbeks in Samarkand for Timurid Empire

Description

After marching through Bukhara, it was only a matter of time before Shaibani of the Uzbeks came to collect Samarkand. Although the city would swap back and forth between the Uzbeks and Timurid princes for brief period of times, the reign of the Timurids from Samarkand was pretty much at an end. The future of the Timurids lay in the southern lands.

Actions

A. This is the end (End Game)

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

  • Mughal Empire exists
  • None of the following must occur:
    • Country has at least 6 non-colonial provinces
    • Khorasan exists
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Herat
    • Own Khorasan

Will happen within 360 days of March 2, 1506
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1600)

Description

With their power so diminished, the Princes of Herat could no longer pretend that they ruled an empire. The only title that they could realistically claim would be the Kings of Khorasan. From this point on, the Timurid dynasty's days would be numbered.

Actions

A. We are the Kings of Khorasan

  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Khorasan
  • Kushka will no longer be considered a national province
  • Mekran will no longer be considered a national province
  • Move capital to Khorasan
  • Move capital to Herat

Timurid Empire — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 1 days of March 2, 1514
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after March 2, 1520)

Description

Zahir-ud-din Muhammad, better known as Babur, was a Timurid Prince who founded the mighty Mughal dynasty. His early years were spent in bitter struggle with the Uzbeks, who under their brilliant Khan Muhammad Shaybani had occupied the old Timurid capital of Samarkand. Weary of this useless quest, Babur eventually turned his ambitious gaze east towards India.

Actions

A. Unleash the Tiger!

  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Mughal Empire
  • afghani will become an accepted culture
  • Quality +3
  • +10000 infantry in the capital province
  • +10000 infantry in a random province
  • +10000 infantry in a random province
  • +20000 cavalry in the capital province
  • +10 artillery in the capital province
  • +300 gold
  • -400 relations with Delhi
  • Delhi will be considered a national province
  • Thar will be considered a national province
  • Land tech investment: +3000

Timurid Empire — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 304004 - Ab Sa'id Reunites Transoxiana and Khorasan for Khorasan

Description

With his successful capture of Sultan Mahmud's capital of Herat, Ab Sa'id would reunite the separate Timurid realms of Transoxiana and Khorasan. Despite his achievements, weak rulership after his death would lead to the formation of Khorasan again.

Actions

A. Weak Mahmud!

  • Inherit the realms of Khorasan

Timurid Empire — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 350011 - Kara Koyunlu in Irak for Irak

Description

The ambitious Kara Koyunlu princes that we installed in Iraq are already proving difficult to govern over. Reports say that our troops in the area have already deserted to the new regime.

Actions

A. Grr...

  • Cede Basrah to Irak
  • Cede Tabriz to Irak
  • Cede Hamadan to Irak
  • Cede Kirkuk to Irak
  • Cede Azerbaijan to Irak
  • Cede Syria to Irak
  • Cede Damman to Irak
  • Cede Awhaz to Irak
  • Cede Isfahan to Irak
  • Cede Tabaristan to Irak
  • Lose 10000 troops in Iraq
  • Lose 5000 troops in Kirkuk
  • Lose 5000 troops in Tabriz
  • Lose 5000 troops in Hamadan
  • Lose 5000 troops in Basrah

Timurid Empire — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 304005 - Last Days of the Timurid Empire for Khorasan

Description

All that Sa'id laboured for, was undone with his death.

Actions

A. Grr...

  • Cede Karabogaz to Khorasan
  • Cede Khwarizm to Khorasan
  • Cede Kara Kum to Khorasan
  • Cede Turkmenistan to Khorasan
  • Cede Elbruz to Khorasan
  • Cede Meched to Khorasan
  • Cede Qandahar to Khorasan
  • Cede Kushka to Khorasan
  • Cede Birjand to Khorasan
  • Cede Khorasan to Khorasan
  • Cede Herat to Khorasan
  • Cede Quetta to Kabul
  • Cede Kirgisistan to Chagatai Khanate
  • Cede Iraq to Fars
  • Cede Basrah to Fars
  • Cede Tabriz to Fars
  • Cede Hamadan to Fars
  • Cede Kerman to Fars
  • Cede Lut to Fars
  • Cede Tabaristan to Fars
  • Cede Awhaz to Fars
  • Cede Isfahan to Fars
  • Cede Hormouz to Fars

Timurid Empire — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 266003 - Jahan Shah ousts Iskandar for Kara Koyunlu

Description

When his brother Iskandar assumed rulership of the Kara Koyunlu, upon the death of their father, Kara Yusuf, Jahan Shah took up residence in Baghdad. In the Spring of 1437, with the hopes of fragmenting the Kara Koyunlu, Shah Rukh appointed Jahan Shah as the sovereign of Azerbaijan. On April 21st of 1438, Jahan became ruler of the Kara Koyunlu with the death of Iskandar.

Actions

A. Reward the efforts of our puppets

  • Cede Tabriz to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Kirkuk to Kara Koyunlu
  • Cede Armenia to Ak Koyunlu
  • Gain Kara Koyunlu as vassals
  • +300 relations with Kara Koyunlu
  • +25 relations with Ak Koyunlu

B. We must keep him on a short leash!

  • Gain Kara Koyunlu as vassals
  • Cede Kirkuk to Kara Koyunlu
  • Tabriz revolts
  • Tabriz revolts

Timurid Empire — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 296004 - Ascendancy of lgh Beg for Timurid Empire

Description

Never popular with the citizenry of Herat, lgh Beg quickly found himself bereft of allies. Although he attempted to appease his relatives by delegating some control, he was no match for his ambitious son and nephews. Only a handful of days after his ascension, lgh Beg was dead.

Actions

A. Our empire has collapsed...

  • Stability -5
  • -300 relations with Ferghana
  • -300 relations with Kabul
  • -300 relations with Balkh
  • Flag graphics set to default
  • Become Khorasan

Timurid Empire — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 304003 - The Disintegration of the Timurid Empire for Khorasan

Description

Upon the ascendancy of lgh Beg, the Empire split into many various warring factions. Most notably were the domains of the Princes of Samarkand, in the east, and those of the Kings of Khorasan, in the west. An upstart on the outskirts of Samarkand would go on to found the Mughal Empire. The Kings of Khorasan would continue to rule into the early 16th century when their Kingdom would be annexed by the Uzbeks.

Actions

A. Grr...

  • Cede Karabogaz to Khorasan
  • Cede Khwarizm to Khorasan
  • Cede Kara Kum to Khorasan
  • Cede Turkmenistan to Khorasan
  • Cede Elbruz to Khorasan
  • Cede Meched to Khorasan
  • Cede Kushka to Khorasan
  • Cede Birjand to Khorasan
  • Cede Herat to Khorasan
  • Lose 10000 troops in Herat
  • Lose 10000 troops in Khorasan
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province

Timurid Empire — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 306000 - The Disintegration of the Timurid Empire for Fars

Description

Upon the ascendancy of lgh Beg, the Empire split into many various warring factions. Most notably were the domains of the Princes of Samarkand, in the east, and those of the Kings of Khorasan, in the west. An upstart on the outskirts of Samarkand would go on to found the Mughal Empire. The Kings of Khorasan would continue to rule into the early 16th century when their Kingdom would be annexed by the Uzbeks.

Actions

A. Grr...

  • Cede Iraq to Fars
  • Cede Basrah to Fars
  • Cede Tabriz to Fars
  • Cede Hamadan to Fars
  • Cede Kerman to Fars
  • Cede Lut to Fars
  • Cede Tabaristan to Fars
  • Cede Awhaz to Fars
  • Cede Isfahan to Fars
  • Cede Hormouz to Fars
  • Lose 10000 troops in Isfahan
  • Lose 10000 troops in Fars
  • Lose 10000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province

AGCEEP_Specific_Timurids.txt