AGCEEP_Specific_Vijayanagar.txt

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1430-1437: Vijayanagar ceases to pay tribute for Vijayanagar
1437-1444: Bahmanid Victory for Vijayanagar
1442-1444: Deva Raya's Military Reorganization for Vijayanagar
1443-1443: Fraternal Ambition for Vijayanagar
1444-1446: The Reddy invade Orissa for Vijayanagar
1485-1485: Narasimha's Initiative for Vijayanagar
1485-1486: The Patricide of Praudha for Vijayanagar
1486-1487: End of the Sangama Dynasty for Vijayanagar
1490-1490: Chief Minister Narasa for Vijayanagar
1490-1490: Narasa under Timma for Vijayanagar
1491-1503: Narasa under Immadi Narusimha for Vijayanagar
1500-1600: Pillar of Victory for Vijayanagar
1503-1503: The death of Narasa for Vijayanagar
1505-1509: The Turbulent Reign of Vira Narasimha for Vijayanagar
1510-1528: Policies of Krishna Deva Raya for Vijayanagar
1529-1545: The Nayakas for Vijayanagar
1535-1536: Krishna Deva Raya's succession crisis for Vijayanagar
1543-1570: Rama Raya returns for Vijayanagar
1559-1565: Mysore Revolts for Vijayanagar
1565-1819: The Fall of The City of Victory for Vijayanagar
1565-1600: The Death of Rama Raya for Vijayanagar
Triggered (1509-1529): The Oriya Invasion for Vijayanagar
Random: Cultural and Linquistic Tensions for Vijayanagar

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • Vijayanagar is a vassal of Bahmanid Empire

Will happen within 180 days of January 2, 1430
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after February 23, 1437)

Description

After Ahmad Shah's invasion of Vijayanagar the King had been forced to pay annual tribute to the Bahmanids, but in 1430 Deva Raya II stopped this practice unilaterally. The Sultan demanded the King pay up but did nothing to punish him.

Actions

A. We shall no longer be Bahmanid servants

  • Break vassalization with Bahmanid Empire
  • -25 relations with Bahmanid Empire

B. Tribute is a small price to pay for security

  • +25 relations with Bahmanid Empire

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • Vijayanagar and Bahmanid Empire are at war
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Bahmanid Empire controls Bangalore
    • Bahmanid Empire controls Goa
    • Bahmanid Empire controls Madras

Will happen within 30 days of February 28, 1437
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after May 2, 1444)
unless prevented by
Action B of 410006 - Ala-ud-din's first act for Bahmanid Empire

Description

After Deva Raya refused to pay tribute to him, the new Bahmanid Sultan Ala-ud-din sent his brother Mohammad Khan to invade Vijayanagar. The Muslim armies proved superior to the Hindu ones and Deva Raya was soon in retreat. To make peace he sent 20 elephants, 200 dancing girls and a vast sum of money to the Sultan via Mohammad. The Khan was ambitious and Deva Raya secretly supported him in a rebellion against the Sultan, hoping that it would at best install a friendlier monarch and at worst divert their attention for some time.

Actions

A. Secretly support Mohammad Khan

B. Pay our arrears to the Sultan

C. Fight desperately

  • Stability -2
  • Lose 2000 troops in a random province

Vijayanagar — Not random

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1442
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1444)

Description

Alarmed by the success of the Bahmanids, Deva Raya called a general council of the nobility and principal brahmins in 1442 to demand an explanation for his military failures against the smaller and poorer Bahmani Sultanate. The council eventually decided that Muslim victories were due to the stronger horses imported by the Bahmanids and the permanent force of archers maintained by the Sultan. Determined to even the odds, Deva Raya encouraged Muslims to join his army by giving them religious freedom, erecting a mosque in the capital and placing a copy of the Koran before his throne so that they could bow to the King without sinning against their faith. He also required all his soldiers to learn the bow in addition to the pike and lance, and soon had sixty thousand soldiers skilled in archery.

Actions

A. Allow Muslims in the army and train archers

  • Stability -2
  • Global revolt risk +3 for 48 months
  • -25 gold
  • Innovativeness +1
  • Quality +1
  • Land tech investment: +500

B. Require all soldiers to learn archery

  • Quality +1

Vijayanagar — Not random

Will happen within 30 days of April 2, 1443
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1443)

Description

As his reign continued, Deva Raya's brothers realized they were unlikely to inherit the throne. This proved too much for his brother to bear, and he began plotting against the King. Having sent away the guards on a pretext, a messenger invited the King to accompany him to festivities. Feeling ill from dinner, the King declined. The messenger then revealed a hidden dagger and stabbed the King with it repeatedly. Meanwhile, Devaraya's brother systematically slaughtered all his other brothers and government ministers, save only one who was away from the capital. Believing him dead, the assassin was overpowered by the King and a guard and Devaraya was able to catch his brother in the act of declaring himself King. Although Deva Raya outlived his brother, the attempt on his life was ultimately successful. The King lingered on for only a few months before passing away, probably due to the complications of his wounds.

Actions

A. The King lays dying

  • Stability -3
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill -3 for 12 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill -3 for 12 months
  • Monarch's military skill -3 for 12 months

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • Vijayanagar owns Yanam

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1444
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1446)
unless prevented by
Action A of 338096 - Assimilation of the Reddy for Yanam

Description

Orissa and Vijayanagar were the two great Hindu Kingdoms of their day, but they were constantly at odds with each other. Whenever one was strong, the other was weak. In between them lay the independent buffer states of the Velama and the Reddy, strong enough to take advantage of instability. With a civil war waging in Orissa, the Reddy Kingdoms of Kondavidu and Rajahmundry saw a chance to expand their lands and invaded from the south.

Actions

A. We could take advantage of this

  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Orissa for 12 months

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • The following must not occur:
      • Vijayanagar owns Madras
    • The following must not occur:
      • Country has at least 6 non-colonial provinces

Will happen within 75 days of January 2, 1485
Checked again every 75 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after June 2, 1485)

Description

After generations of losing ground to invaders the Sangama dynasty no longer demanded the respect it once had. In 1485 a provincial governor named Narasimha Salwa set up a semi-independent realm of his own and began to push back Orissa and restore some of Vijayanagar's losses.

Actions

A. Victory is worth a province or two

  • +5000 infantry in a random province
  • +1000 cavalry in the same province
  • -1 base tax value in the same province
  • Centralization -1
  • Aristocracy +1

B. Crush this rebellion before it spreads

  • Stability -1
  • Global revolt risk +6 for 12 months
  • Monarch Narasimha will never rule

Vijayanagar — Not random

Will happen within 15 days of June 2, 1485
Checked again every 15 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after July 2, 1486)

Description

In 1485 the Sangama King Virupaksha was murdered by his own son, Praudha. This shocking act incensed the nation against the King and Virupaksha reigned only briefly and ineffectually before being murdered himself by his brother, Padea Rao.

Actions

A. Shocking!

  • Stability -3
  • Centralization -1
  • Global revolt risk +8 for 6 months

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Narasimha is active

Will happen within 30 days of January 2, 1486
Checked again every 30 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1487)

Description

The city of Vijayanagar was founded in 1336 as the capital of the Hoysala Kingdom. When their line became extinct, the new Sangama dynasty took the name of the city as its own. This Vijayanagar dynasty ruled until 1486 when the charismatic provincial governor Narasimha Salwa ousted Prince Padea Rao and usurped the throne, ending 74 years of Sangama rule.

Actions

A. The usurper rules Vijayanagar now

  • Stability +1

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Narasimha is active

Will happen within 180 days of January 2, 1490
Checked again every 180 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after October 15, 1490)

Description

Narasimha continued his campaigns against Vijayanagar's invaders after he became King, appointing a man named Narasa as his chief minister. With the King gone from Vijayanagar for so long, Narasa became the real ruler of Vijayanagar from 1490. Narasa worked towards the restoration of central power that had been eroded in the previous decade.

Actions

A. An excellent minister

  • Centralization +2
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +1 for 10 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill +1 for 10 months

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Timma is active

Will happen within 1 days of October 15, 1490
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1490)

Description

Prince Timma succeeded his father Narasimha but was soon murdered by an army commander during a period of political unrest.

Actions

A. An excellent minister

  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +3 for 3 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill +2 for 3 months
  • Monarch's military skill +1 for 3 months

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • Monarch Immadi Narusimha is active

Will happen within 1 days of January 1, 1491
Checked again every 1 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after September 30, 1503)

Description

After Timma's murder, the faithful Narasa then crowned the other prince, Immadi Narasimha, but retained all administrative powers until his death in order to bring stability to the Kingdom.

Actions

A. An excellent minister

  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +5 for 168 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill +4 for 168 months
  • Monarch's military skill +2 for 168 months
  • Set flag [Narasa] for events

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 360 days of January 2, 1500
Checked again every 360 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1600)

Description

Orissa was surrounded by enemies and although the country fought bravely, it could not always defend its conquests from invasion. In 1516 armies from Vijayanagar occupied Udayagiri and erected a pillar of victory at Simachalam. From that point on this southern region passed from the hands of the Oriya and was never again reconquered by them.

Actions

A. This land is our land

  • +5 victory points
  • -10 relations with Orissa
  • Global revolt risk -1 for 12 months

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 200 days of January 2, 1503
Checked again every 200 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 30, 1503)

Description

Towards the end of his rule, Narasa had effectively carried on the dream of his King, Narasimha in protecting the empire's interests. He built a robust administration and an effective army. He had regained control over large domains in South India and kept the Bahamani Sultans and the Gajapatis at bay and brought the rebellious chiefs under control, making way for the golden era of Vijayanagar.

Actions

A. Alas!

  • Monarch's diplomatic skill -5 for 24 months
  • Monarch's administrative skill -4 for 24 months
  • Monarch's military skill -2 for 24 months

Vijayanagar — Not random

Will happen within 15 days of January 2, 1505
Checked again every 15 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after May 2, 1509)

Description

After the death of Tuluva Narassa, a struggle broke out as to who should rule the Kingdom. His son, Immadi Narasa, was nominally held the throne for two years, but by 1505, Vira Narasimha, half-brother to the deceased monarch, took control. Vira Narasimha was to spend his entire reign fighting rebel warlords.

Actions

A. Woe to us!

  • Stability -2
  • Global revolt risk +7 for 48 months
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • Centralization -2

Vijayanagar — Not random

Will happen within 900 days of January 2, 1510
Checked again every 900 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1528)

Description

During his 20 year long reign, Krishna Deva Raya concentrated even more in his hands than his predecessors. To suppress possible unrest he reduced taxes, protected local merchants, and expanded agriculture and trade of the Kingdom.

Actions

A. Excellent!

  • +1 base tax value in a random province
  • Centralization +1
  • Offensive Doctrine +1
  • Mercantilism +1
  • Stability +1
  • Infrastructure tech investment: +500
  • Trade tech investment: +500
  • -100 gold

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Own Mangalore
    • Own Pondicherry
    • Own Madurai
  • The following must not occur:
    • Centralization is at 7 or higher

Will happen within 10 days of December 2, 1529
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1545)

Description

Despite the fact that Vijayanagar's central authority was strongest during the reign of Krishna Deva Rya, the empire was really a weakly-centralized polity. Starting during his regin, the nayakas (governors) of outlying regions of the Empire began to establish more and more independence. By his death, Madurai, Ikkeri, Gingee, and Tanjavur were stylized as independent states who were close vassals of the Empire.

Actions

A. Grant them more control

  • Grant independence to Ikkeri
  • Grant independence to Madurai
  • Grant independence to Gingee
  • Grant independence to Mysore
  • Grant independence to Cochin
  • Grant independence to Calicut
  • Grant independence to Travancore
  • Stability +1
  • Centralization +1
  • tamil will no longer be an accepted culture

B. Exert greater control on the outlying regions

  • Stability -2
  • Mangalore revolts
  • Pondicherry revolts
  • Madurai revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • Global revolt risk +5 for 24 months
  • Centralization -2
  • tamil will no longer be an accepted culture

Vijayanagar — Not random

Will happen within 90 days of January 2, 1535
Checked again every 90 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1536)

Description

After the death of Krishna Deva Raya in 1529, his half-brother Achyuta has ascended the throne. However, he was soon challenged by Krishna Deva's son-in-law Rama Raya and had to make him a co-ruler. Achyuta invaded Bijapur, while Rama Raya was running the administration. He appointed his friends and relatives, took 3,000 Muslim soldiers into his service, and in 1535 put Achyuta in prison, proclaiming himself King. Southern nobles rebelled against Rama Raya. While he was fighting them, Achyuta was restored to the throne, and Rama Raya had to step down.

Actions

A. Support Achyuta

  • Stability -2
  • Centralization -1
  • Global revolt risk +3 for 84 months

B. Support Rama Raya

  • Global revolt risk +6 for 84 months
  • Centralization -2
  • Aristocracy +1
  • Stability -4
  • Monarch Achyuta will never rule
  • Monarch Venkata Raya will never rule
  • Monarch Tirumala I will never rule
  • Monarch Sadashiva Raya will never rule
  • Monarch Rama Raya becomes active
  • Leader Rama Raya becomes active
  • +3000 cavalry in a random province

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Monarch Rama Raya is active

Will happen within 1000 days of January 2, 1543
Checked again every 1000 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1570)

Description

Although he was unable to claim the throne, the son of Krishnadeva Raja still worked behind the scenes in Vijayanagar. Given a position in government, he acted as chief minister to several Kings in succession, placing his nephew Sadasiva on the throne in 1542 as a puppet King. Under his policies, Vijayanagar allied itself with Bijapur against Ahmadnagar, sending several armies north to destroy mosques and burn villages.

Actions

A. Let him become the power behind the throne

  • Monarch Sadashiva Raya will never rule
  • Monarch Rama Raya becomes active
  • +50 relations with Bijapur
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Ahmadnagar for 72 months
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +2 for 120 months

B. Accept his counsel warily

  • +25 relations with Bijapur
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Ahmadnagar for 36 months
  • Monarch's diplomatic skill +1 for 120 months

C. Exile him from Vijayanagar

  • Stability -1

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • Own Mysore

Will happen within 10 days of January 2, 1559
Checked again every 10 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1565)

Description

The people of Mysore have grown tired of our rule and are uniting to demand their independence!

Actions

A. Crush this insolence!

  • Mysore revolts
  • Mysore revolts
  • Mysore revolts
  • Stability -5

B. Make concessions

  • Stability -1
  • -100 victory points
  • -200 gold

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • Control Bangalore
  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Golconda and Vijayanagar are at war
    • Bijapur and Vijayanagar are at war
    • Ahmadnagar and Vijayanagar are at war
    • Bahmanid Empire and Vijayanagar are at war
    • Peasant Rebels controls Bangalore

Will happen within 5 days of January 2, 1565
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after December 31, 1819)

Description

A combination of internal dissention and foreign attack has resulted in armies marching upon our capital in a lightning-quick campaign! Vijayanagar has been subjected to a thorough three-month sack, resulting in the complete disruption of the government, the massive loss of revenue, and the collapse of our authority in the provinces!

Actions

A. Cut our losses and regroup

  • Global revolt risk +10 for 120 months
  • tamil will no longer be an accepted culture
  • Centralization -3
  • Fortress level in the capital province -1
  • Grant independence to Bijapur
  • Grant independence to Golconda
  • Grant independence to Ikkeri
  • Grant independence to Madurai
  • Grant independence to Gingee
  • Grant independence to Cochin
  • Grant independence to Calicut
  • Grant independence to Travancore
  • Grant independence to Mysore
  • Grant independence to Haihaya
  • Grant independence to Gondwana
  • Grant independence to Malwa
  • Grant independence to Ahmadnagar
  • Grant independence to Gujarat
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Mysore for 60 months
  • Gain a temporary casus belli against Golconda for 60 months
  • Cede Odisa to Bengal
  • Cede Berhampur to Bengal
  • Cede Bombay to Ahmadnagar
  • Cede Goa to Bijapur
  • Cede Maharashtra to Bijapur
  • Cede Bastar to Golconda
  • Cede Palakimedi to Orissa
  • Cede Yanam to Golconda
  • Event 392000 - The Fall of The City of Victory for Gingee is triggered immediately
  • Event 371000 - The Fall of The City of Victory for Ikkeri is triggered immediately
  • Event 362000 - The Fall of The City of Victory for Madurai is triggered immediately
  • Event 238000 - The Fall of The City of Victory for Mysore is triggered immediately

B. Protect the whole nation!

  • Global revolt risk +20 for 120 months
  • Stability -8
  • -400 gold
  • Infrastructure tech investment: -1000
  • Trade tech investment: -1000
  • -400 relations with Golconda
  • -400 relations with Mysore
  • Global revolt risk +15 for 60 months
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province
  • Hyderabad revolts
  • Hyderabad revolts
  • Hyderabad revolts
  • Mysore revolts
  • Mysore revolts
  • Mysore revolts
  • Malwa revolts
  • Malwa revolts
  • Gujarat revolts
  • Gujarat revolts
  • Yanam revolts
  • Yanam revolts
  • Mangalore revolts
  • Mangalore revolts
  • Kerala revolts
  • Kerala revolts
  • Cochin revolts
  • Cochin revolts
  • Trivandrum revolts
  • Trivandrum revolts
  • Madurai revolts
  • Madurai revolts
  • Pondicherry revolts
  • Pondicherry revolts

Vijayanagar — Not random

Conditions

  • At least one of the following must occur:
    • Golconda and Vijayanagar are at war
    • Bijapur and Vijayanagar are at war
    • Ahmadnagar and Vijayanagar are at war
    • Bahmanid Empire and Vijayanagar are at war
  • The following must not occur:

Will happen within 5 days of January 26, 1565
Checked again every 5 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 1, 1600)

Description

On January 26, 1565, the Vijayanagara army met the grand alliance of Deccan Sultanates at Talikota between the villages of Rakkasa and Tangadi. Despite outnumbering the Deccan forces, the Vijayanagara forces were quickly defeated by a massive frontal attack following an artillery barrage. The capture and execution of Rama Raya was a major blow to the Empire. Matters were not helped when two key commanders fled the battlefield.

Actions

A. We are doomed!

  • Stability -4
  • Global revolt risk +10 for 24 months
  • The capital province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • A random province revolts
  • Lose 5000 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
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province
  • Lose 5000 troops in a random province

Vijayanagar — Not random

Triggered by

Action A of 249023 - Prataprudra's Folly for Orissa

Description

The priest-king of Orissa, Prataprudra Deva, decided to invade Vijayanagar because of the apparent weakness of its new ruler. Prataprudra's plans did not include an invasion from the north, however. When the Sultan of Bengal invaded Orissa soon afterwards, the Oriya King was forced to rush his army back north. The exhausted forces that returned were no match for Krishnadeva Raya's fresh army and the Oriya were quickly defeated. This easy victory gave Krishadeva a taste for invasion that he sated by invading Orissa twice again, taking new territories each time.

Actions

A. A tempting target

  • Monarch's military skill +1 for 120 months
  • Yanam will be considered a national province

Vijayanagar — Random

Conditions

  • The following must not occur:
    • It is the year 1565 or later

Description

The different cultures and languages within the country of Vijanagar routinely led to tension.

Actions

A. OK

  • Stability -2

AGCEEP_Specific_Vijayanagar.txt