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Culture groups in 1444
Individual cultures in 1444

Culture icon.png In the game, cultures are divided into groups. Each province has one dominant culture, and each country has one primary culture with possibly one or more accepted cultures.

Primary culture[edit]

All countries have one primary culture. This is normally fixed, although the "Accept Cultural Shift" decision can change it, as can certain national decisions.

For the cultural shift decision to be available, a nation's capital must be situated in a province that does not share its primary culture. To then enact the decision, the culture in the capital province must be the dominant culture in the nation. For the purposes of the decision, the culture with the most provinces in a nation defines which is dominant.

Execute decision.pngAccept Cultural Shift

The cultural identity of the ruling elite is shifting, as our $PRIMARY_CULTURE$ heritage is gradually losing ground to the language and traditions of $CAPITAL$.
 
Potential Requirements
Capital is in Culture icon.png French culture group
Capital is in Culture icon.png British culture group
Capital is in Culture icon.png Germanic culture group
Capital is in Culture icon.png Iberian culture group
Capital is in Culture icon.png Iranian culture group
Allow
  • Is not a subject nation
  • Is at Peace
  • Has at least 1 Icon stability.png Stability
  • The dominant Culture icon.png Culture is the same as in the Capital.png Capital (Note: This means the culture to shift to must be the biggest culture in the country by tax base.)

Effects
  • Add -5 Icon stability.png Stability
  • Change the Culture icon.png Primary culture to the Capital.png Capital culture

Accepted cultures[edit]

Many countries have one or more accepted cultures alongside their primary culture, and these may change over time. These cultures comprise a significant minority, or even majority, of the country's population, and are treated as well as the primary culture.

A culture will become accepted if owned, cored provinces of that culture provide at least 20% development of total development from all cored provinces. The total development is summed across all provinces with a nation's cores, even if another nation currently controls them. If the development percentage drops below 10%, cultures will lose their accepted status.

The thresholds for gain and loss of accepted cultures can be further reduced through a number of national ideas and policies:


Accepted culture threshold.png Traditions Ideas Bonuses Policies
−50%

Humanist idea 5: Cultural Ties
−15%

Polish traditions Athenian idea 2: Athenian Openness
Bahmani idea 3: Dakani Language
Fulani Jihad idea 6: Community of the Faithful
Mexican idea 2: The Republic of Indians
Ottoman idea 1: Millets
−10%

Arakanese traditions
Ayutthayan traditions
Shan traditions
Vindhyan traditions
Arawak idea 4: Tribal Tolerance
Beninese idea 6: Adoption of Benin Customs
Caucasian idea 1: Crossroad Of Cultures
Central Indian idea 4: Flexible Caste System
Lan Na idea 5: Red and Black Vassals
Lan Xang idea 1: Laotian Ethnic Diversity
Laotian idea 4: Laotian Ethnic Diversity
Mossi idea 3: Nyonnyonse Vassals
West African idea 7: Maintain Minor Kings
Humanist−Diplomatic: Multilingual Diplomats
Humanist−Plutocratic: Cultural Recognition Act

Having the bonus "trading in silk" will lower the accepted cultural threshold by 10%

Having Enlightened despotism will lower the accepted cultural threshold by 10%

Unlike other mechanics like reduced core creation cost, the accepted culture threshold have no cap, so you can reach a 100% of cultural acceptance with the right setup. This would require all possible factors: of course Humanism (50%), both polices (+20% =70%), trading in silk (+10%=80%), Enlightened despotism (+10%=90%), and a nation that has a respective national idea or tradition (10% or 15% which brings the total to 100% or above). If the Ottomans or a Polish Commonwealth manage to create an Eurasian Empire and dominate the silk trade, this would be an interesting strategy to maximize tax income and manpower, while minimizing unrest to keep the Empire stable. Since the policies have an upkeep of 1 administrative and 1 diplomatic power, small nations will often be better of with the one-time investment to convert provinces of a minority cultures.

Cultural union[edit]

Cultural unions will automatically accept all cultures within their respective culture group (e.g., French cultures for France, German cultures for Germany). As of patch 1.6, this applies even if a nation's primary culture isn't of the union group (for example, if Navarre forms France, all French cultures will be accepted even though Basque is in a different group). It is also possible for a decision or event to make a country a cultural union; this currently applies to the decisions creating Ruthenia and the united Holy Roman Empire, and also the Papal State decision to declare the Kingdom of God.

Penalties for unaccepted cultures[edit]

A province with a non-accepted culture will provide less tax and have higher unrest alongside other penalties. A province with a culture in the same culture group, but not the same culture as the owner will get lighter penalties:

Same culture group

  • Local tax modifier.png −15% Local tax modifier
  • Local manpower modifier.png −15% Local manpower modifier

Different culture group

  • Local tax modifier.png −33% Local tax modifier
  • Local manpower modifier.png −33% Local manpower modifier
  • Local unrest.png  +2   Local unrest
  • Local missionary strength.png  −2% Local missionary strength

Republican Cultural Sufferance

Republics get an additional cultural sufferance modifier in different culture-group provinces. This stacks with the usual penalty, mitigating but not eliminating it.

  • Local tax modifier.png +10% Local tax modifier
  • Local manpower modifier.png +10% Local manpower modifier
  • Local unrest.png  -0.5  Local unrest

Culture change[edit]

It is possible to change the culture of a province to the primary culture of the owner.

10 diplomatic points per development[1] are needed to change the culture of a province. Changing culture takes 10 months per development[2]. Like coring, building and converting, a siege will suspend this, and cancel it if it succeeds. Furthermore, the province must have the state religion, be a core, and not have Separatism in order to convert culture. Culture also cannot be converted if the primary country of that culture exists.

Cost and time

The cultural conversion cost modifier reduces both, the diplomatic points and the time needed. The following modifiers exist:

Ideas and policies:

Culture conversion cost.png Traditions Ideas Bonuses Policies
−25%

Fully Religious
−20%

Karamanid idea 1: Mehmet Bey's Firman
Muscovite idea 3: Oprichnina
Influence-Religious: Cultural Unity
−15%

Nizhny Novgorod idea 7: Russian Ambition
−10%

Aragonese ambitions
Divine ambitions
Decisions and events:
Culture conversion cost.png Event modifier Trigger Duration
−5% Itinerant Capital Ethiopian event: “The Itinerant Capital
Option: ‘Actively encourage the cultural conversion of the countryside.’
for 10 years.
−15% One Language of Government Spanish event: “Grammar of the [Root.Culture.GetName] Tounge
Option: ‘Adopt [Root.Culture.GetName] as the language of our administration.’
until ruler changes.

Other modifiers:

−10% for trading in Fish.png fish
−15% with the Parliament.png parliament issue “Assimilation and Settlement Policy”

Primary nation[edit]

Most cultures have a "primary nation." These nation will keep uncontested cores indefinitely.[3] Primary nations of each culture can be found in the list below.

List of culture groups[edit]

Note that culture groups are not just based on linguistic criteria - for example, Romanian is grouped with the South Slavic cultures due to cultural similarities and for gameplay purposes, even though Romanian is a Romance (Latin-derived) language, not Slavic.

Primary nations of each culture are listed to the right of each culture.

African

Altaic

Andean

Arabic

Union: Arabia Arabia

Araucanian

  • Het
  • Huarpe
  • Mapuche - Mapuche Mapuche
  • Patagonian

Baltic

British

Union: Great Britain Great Britain

Burman

Byzantine

Union: Byzantium Byzantium

Caddoan

Caribbean

Caucasian

Celtic

Central Algonquian

Central American

Central Indian

Chibchan

Chinese

Union: Ming Ming

Cushitic

Dravidian

East Slavic

Union: Russia Russia,
Ruthenia Ruthenia

Eastern Algonquian

Eastern Aryan

Eskaleut

  • Aleutian
  • Inuit

Evenki

Finno-Ugric

French

Union: France France

Germanic

Union: Germany Germany,
Holy Roman Empire Holy Roman Empire

Hindustani

Union: Hindustan Hindustan,
Bharat Bharat

Hmong-Mien

Iberian

Union: Spain Spain, Andalusia Andalusia

Iranian

Union: Persia Persia


Iroquoian

Japanese

Je

Kamchatkan

Korean

Latin

Union: Italy Italy


Maghrebi

Magyar

Malay

Union: Malaya Malaya

Mande

Marañón

Matacoan

  • Chacoan

Mayan

  • Highland Mayan
  • Mayan - Maya Maya
  • Putun - Itza Itza
  • Yucatec - Xiu Xiu

Mon Khmer

Muskogean

Na-Déné

Oghuz

Otomanguean

Pacific

  • Aboriginal
  • Melanesian (Unused)
  • Moluccan - Ternate Ternate
  • Papuan

Penutian

Plains Algonquian

Sahelian

Scandinavian

Union: Scandinavia Scandinavia

Siouan

Sonoran

South Slavic

Sudanese

Tatar

Thai

Tupi

West African

West Slavic

Western Aryan

Statistics[edit]

These statistics represent the cultural distribution of the world in 1444. Uncolonized provinces are not counted.

Culture groups[edit]

Culture group Province count Development Base tax Base Production Base manpower Nation designer cost
African 33 198 75 75 48 218
Altaic 82 527 169 169 189 394
Andean 31 193 76 75 42 214
Arabic 85 564 202 202 160 469
Araucanian 1 3 1 1 1 2
Baltic 10 87 34 33 20 49
British 20 235 90 92 53 206
Burman 40 267 94 94 79 176
Byzantine 19 215 82 82 51 194
Caddoan 3 13 5 4 4 7
Caribbean 2 3 1 1 1 4
Caucasian 19 124 42 42 41 86
Celtic 12 73 28 29 16 91
Central Algonquian 8 28 11 9 8 35
Central American 18 131 55 55 21 126
Central Indian 13 62 23 19 20 37
Chibchan 7 71 30 29 12 52
Chinese 103 1147 452 452 243 844
Cushitic 55 267 93 93 81 253
Dravidian 33 367 135 142 90 302
East Slavic 60 736 274 272 190 482
Eastern Algonquian 6 41 18 12 11 41
Eastern Aryan 31 231 121 125 85 252
Evenk 8 59 18 18 23 53
Finno-Ugric 26 142 51 53 38 87
French 45 758 273 273 212 507
Germanic 93 1267 493 494 280 1065
Hindustani 27 346 135 137 74 237
Hmong-Mien 2 11 4 4 3 7
Iberian 43 516 195 188 133 478
Iranian 60 450 157 156 137 340
Iroquoian 12 73 31 23 19 51
Japanese 26 259 98 97 64 191
Je 2 13 6 4 3 21
Kamchatkan 8 21 7 7 7 16
Korean 14 101 39 39 23 82
Latin 33 708 277 277 154 402
Maghrebi 50 316 124 124 68 278
Magyar 12 137 55 51 31 66
Malay 58 546 205 205 136 429
Mande 27 207 83 83 41 164
Maranon 2 6 2 2 2 4
Mayan 15 105 45 45 15 60
Mon Khmer 21 207 79 79 49 149
Muskogean 7 30 13 9 8 21
Na-Déné 4 15 6 5 4 10
Oghuz 38 364 130 130 104 282
Otomanguean 11 65 27 27 11 77
Pacific 2 26 10 10 6 14
Penutian 2 10 6 2 2 18
Plains Algonquian 4 12 4 4 4 8
Sahelian 41 248 95 95 58 210
Scandinavian 37 243 86 86 71 198
Siouan 4 15 6 5 4 10
Sonoran 6 24 9 9 6 31
South Slavic 27 247 96 89 62 178
Sudanese 14 48 15 15 18 33
Tatar 52 410 143 143 124 300
Thai 34 295 106 106 83 195
Tupi 4 20 6 10 4 14
West African 23 111 41 41 29 80
West Slavic 18 324 126 127 71 191
Western Aryan 42 373 147 139 87 293

Individual cultures[edit]

Culture Culture group Province count Development Base tax Base production Base manpower Uncolonized provinces Nation designer cost
Abenaki Eastern Algonquian 1 7 3 2 2 11 5
Afghan Iranian 12 92 30 30 32 0 62
Aimara Andean 13 88 35 35 18 3 105
Ainu Kamchatkan 4 12 4 4 4 1 10
Aka West African 2 12 5 5 2 5 7
Albanian South Slavic 1 9 4 3 2 0 2
Algerian Maghrebi 7 38 14 14 10 0 31
Amhara Cushitic 13 71 24 24 23 0 62
Andalusian Iberian 8 90 34 33 23 0 93
Anishinabe Central Algonquian 3 12 5 4 3 8 24
Aquitaine French 3 46 17 17 12 0 25
Aragonese Iberian 3 33 12 11 10 0 18
Arakanese Burman 2 20 8 8 4 0 11
Arapaho Plains Algonquian 2 6 2 2 2 0 4
Armenian Caucasian 4 26 9 9 8 0 17
Assamese Eastern Aryan 4 33 11 12 10 0 19
Astrakhani Tatar 6 55 19 19 17 0 46
Austrian Germanic 11 158 59 59 40 0 162
Avadhi Hindustani 5 60 28 26 16 0 41
Azerbaijani Oghuz 7 46 17 17 12 0 54
Aztec Central American 6 53 23 23 7 1 60
Bai Burman 5 36 13 13 10 0 23
Baluchi Iranian 9 48 15 15 18 0 33
Bambara Mande 4 33 14 14 5 0 19
Bantu African 10 46 17 17 12 20 45
Bashkir Tatar 4 35 12 12 11 4 29
Basque Iberian 3 23 8 7 8 0 17
Bavarian Germanic 6 70 29 29 12 0 111
Bedouin Arabic 29 117 41 41 35 0 171
Bengali Eastern Aryan 12 156 58 58 40 1 124
Berber Maghrebi 17 103 40 40 23 0 80
Bihari Eastern Aryan 4 61 23 24 14 0 42
Bilala Sahelian 2 14 6 6 2 0 8
Blackfoot Plains Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1 2 2
Bornean Malay 10 96 35 35 26 5 78
Bozo Mande 4 36 15 15 6 0 21
Breton French 4 54 18 18 18 0 45
Bulgarian South Slavic 6 58 23 22 13 0 32
Burgundian French 7 111 40 40 34 0 81
Burmese Burman 4 57 21 21 15 0 35
Buryat Evenk 7 56 17 17 22 5 51
Byelorussian East Slavic 8 95 35 33 27 0 54
Caddo Caddoan 1 3 1 1 1 7 2
Cantonese Chinese 5 57 23 23 11 0 64
Caran Chibchan 4 35 15 14 6 0 31
Carib Caribbean 1 3 1 1 1 23 2
Castilian Iberian 11 115 44 42 29 0 93
Catalan Iberian 8 84 32 31 21 0 94
Central Thai Thai 8 95 35 35 25 0 72
Chachapoyan Maranon 2 6 2 2 2 0 4
Chahar Altaic 6 46 16 16 14 0 30
Cham Malay 5 44 17 17 10 0 25
Charruan Je 1 7 4 1 2 7 17
Cherokee Iroquoian 3 14 7 4 3 1 10
Cheyenne Plains Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1 1 2
Chickasaw Muskogean 2 7 3 2 2 4 5
Chimuan Andean 5 24 9 9 6 0 15
Chin Burman 6 27 10 10 7 0 15
Chinook Penutian 1 5 3 1 1 11 14
Chiwere Siouan 1 6 3 2 1 4 4
Choctaw Muskogean 2 7 3 2 2 4 5
Circassian Caucasian 5 20 6 6 8 0 17
Cree Central Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1 32 2
Creek Muskogean 3 16 7 5 4 13 11
Crimean Tatar 8 78 27 27 24 0 58
Croatian South Slavic 8 78 32 30 16 0 58
Czech West Slavic 7 97 38 39 20 0 59
Dagestani Caucasian 4 32 11 11 10 0 21
Dagomba West African 3 9 3 3 3 0 6
Dakota Siouan 1 3 1 1 1 6 2
Danish Scandinavian 10 91 33 33 25 0 73
Delaware Eastern Algonquian 1 6 3 2 1 6 15
Diaguita Andean 2 10 4 4 2 7 6
Dutch Germanic 6 106 42 42 22 0 94
Dyola Mande 4 17 6 6 5 3 17
Eastern Apache Na-Déné 1 3 1 1 1 0
Egyptian Arabic 20 146 52 52 42 0 122
English British 14 177 67 69 41 0 155
Estonian Finno-Ugric 3 18 7 7 4 0 9
Finnish Finno-Ugric 4 18 6 6 6 0 32
Flemish Germanic 7 116 47 47 22 0 73
Fon West African 1 3 1 1 1 0 2
Francien French 12 229 81 81 67 0 167
Franconian Germanic 4 38 15 15 8 0
Fulani Sahelian 1 9 3 3 3 3 6
GAN Chinese 3 33 13 13 7 0 20
Galician Iberian 1 9 3 3 3 0 7
Garjati Central Indian 3 12 5 4 3 0 6
Gascon French 3 48 17 17 14 0 39
Ge Je 1 6 2 3 1 36 4
Georgian Caucasian 6 47 16 16 15 0 31
Gondi Central Indian 7 41 15 12 14 0 25
Gothic Byzantine 1 9 3 3 3 0 6
Greek Byzantine 16 174 68 68 38 0 188
Guarani Tupi 1 3 1 1 1 17 2
Gujarati Western Aryan 10 93 39 37 17 0 91
Haida Na-Déné 1 3 1 1 1 3 2
Hakka Chinese 4 44 18 18 8 0 26
Hausa Sahelian 10 80 30 30 20 0 65
Highland Mayan Mayan 4 26 11 11 4 2 15
Hindvi Hindustani 9 130 50 52 28 0 104
Hubei Chinese 3 41 16 16 9 0 25
Hungarian Magyar 13 137 55 51 31 0 66
Huron Iroquoian 4 29 12 9 8 9 20
Illini Central Algonquian 2 7 3 2 2 9 5
Irish Celtic 5 48 19 19 10 0 29
Iroquois Iroquoian 4 24 10 8 6 1 16
JIN Chinese 8 72 27 27 18 0 45
Japanese Japanese 26 259 98 97 64 0 191
Javanese Malay 14 130 48 48 34 0 96
Jharkandi Central Indian 3 9 3 3 3 0 6
Jianghuai Chinese 6 108 47 47 14 0 71
Kachin Burman 2 16 6 6 4 0 18
Kamchatkan Kamchatkan 3 9 3 3 3 2 6
Kannada Dravidian 11 123 46 46 31 0 71
Kanuri Sahelian 9 48 19 19 10 0 44
Karelian Finno-Ugric 5 30 12 12 6 0 2
Karen Burman 3 25 10 10 5 0 14
Kashmiri Hindustani 3 15 5 5 5 0 8
Kazakh Altaic 23 119 39 39 41 0 80
Kazani Tatar 7 54 20 20 14 0 48
Khalkha Altaic 10 56 18 18 20 0 38
Khmer Mon Khmer 12 107 41 41 25 0 71
Khorasani Iranian 8 61 21 21 19 0 40
Kongolese African 9 59 21 21 17 4 38
Korean Korean 14 101 39 39 23 0 82
Kurdish Iranian 8 67 24 24 19 0 43
Kyrgyz Altaic 4 29 9 9 11 0 20
Laotian Thai 10 77 27 27 23 0 48
Latvian Baltic 5 39 15 14 10 0 15
Leonese Iberian 4 50 18 18 14 0 34
Ligurian Latin 3 48 20 20 8 0
Lithuanian Baltic 5 48 19 19 10 0 29
Lokono Caribbean 1 3 1 1 1 19 2
Lombard Latin 4 89 34 34 21 0 282
Mahican Eastern Algonquian 1 8 2 2 4 1 6
Malayalam Dravidian 4 25 9 9 7 0 31
Malayan Malay 12 119 48 48 23 0 86
Mali Mande 4 44 16 16 12 0 46
Maltese Latin 1 8 3 3 2 0 5
Malvi Western Aryan 6 58 23 22 13 0 32
Manchu Chinese 24 196 71 71 54 0 145
Mapuche Araucanian 1 3 1 1 1 5 2
Marathi Western Aryan 9 97 39 37 21 0 77
Mashriqi Arabic 8 83 29 29 25 0 70
Mazandarani Iranian 3 36 13 13 10 0 38
Miao Hmong-Mien 2 11 4 4 3 0 7
Mikmaq Eastern Algonquian 1 6 3 2 1 8 5
Min Chinese 7 62 29 29 14 0 43
Mishar Tatar 9 71 26 26 19 0 41
Mixtec Otomanguean 3 19 8 8 3 0 17
Moluccan Pacific 2 26 10 10 6 6 14
Mon Mon Khmer 4 44 17 17 10 0 35
Mongol Altaic 7 48 15 15 18 0 33
Moroccan Maghrebi 12 94 38 38 18 0 101
Mossi West African 6 33 12 12 9 0 21
Muisca Chibchan 3 36 15 15 6 8 21
Nakota Siouan 1 3 1 1 1 3 2
Navajo Na-Déné 2 9 4 3 2 12 8
Neapolitan Latin 8 85 33 29 23 0
Nepali Eastern Aryan 6 33 12 11 8 0 19
Nogai Tatar 13 66 22 22 22 0 44
Norman French 2 32 11 11 10 0 30
Northern Thai Thai 4 39 15 15 9 0 22
Norwegian Scandinavian 14 62 21 21 20 0 59
Nubian Sudanese 14 48 15 15 18 9 33
Nupe West African 3 12 4 4 4 0 8
Occitain French 8 133 47 47 39 0 105
Oirat Altaic 9 43 13 13 17 0 45
Omani Arabic 6 31 12 12 7 0
Oriya Eastern Aryan 3 36 13 14 9 0 20
Osage Siouan 1 3 1 1 1 4 2
Ostyak Finno-Ugric 5 27 9 9 9 2 18
Panjabi Hindustani 10 131 52 54 25 0 84
Pawnee Caddoan 1 4 2 1 1 9 3
Pequot Eastern Algonquian 1 8 4 2 2 5 6
Persian Iranian 19 146 54 53 39 0 124
Piedmontese Latin 4 67 26 26 15 0
Piman Sonoran 1 3 1 1 1 18 2
Polish West Slavic 15 194 75 75 44 0 117
Pomeranian Germanic 4 63 24 24 15 0 43
Pontic Byzantine 3 32 11 11 10 0
Portuguese Iberian 9 114 45 44 25 0 122
Powhatan Eastern Algonquian 1 6 3 2 1 7 4
Prussian Germanic 9 107 43 43 21 0 111
Pueblo Sonoran 3 15 6 6 3 3 25
Purepecha Central American 4 28 12 12 4 0 16
Putun Mayan 3 15 6 6 3 0 9
Qasimi Tatar 1 13 4 4 5 0 9
Quechua Andean 11 71 28 27 16 1 88
Rajput Western Aryan 13 92 34 32 26 0 64
Rhenish Germanic 13 142 57 57 28 0 172
Romagnan Latin 5 80 32 32 16 0
Romanian South Slavic 6 70 29 26 15 0 44
Russian East Slavic 33 435 161 165 109 0 286
Ruthenian East Slavic 21 206 78 74 54 0 142
Salish Penutian 1 5 3 1 1 8 4
Sami Finno-Ugric 3 9 3 3 3 0 6
Sardinian Latin 3 25 10 10 5 0
Saxon Germanic 15 131 51 51 29 0 90
Scottish British 6 58 23 23 12 0 51
Senegambian Sahelian 6 35 13 13 9 0 32
Serbian South Slavic 10 72 28 28 16 0 42
Shan Thai 7 56 20 20 16 0 34
Shandong Chinese 5 55 21 21 13 0 34
Shawnee Central Algonquian 2 6 2 2 2 6 4
Shona African 5 32 13 13 6 0 49
Shoshone Sonoran 2 6 2 2 2 8 4
Siberian Tatar 4 38 13 13 12 0 25
Sichuanese Chinese 4 61 25 25 11 0 51
Sicilian Latin 4 59 22 22 15 0 58
Sidamo Cushitic 5 28 10 10 8 0 27
Silesian West Slavic 3 33 13 13 7 0 15
Sindhi Western Aryan 4 33 12 11 10 0 29
Sinhala Eastern Aryan 2 14 4 6 4 0 28
Somali Cushitic 32 140 50 50 40 2 145
Songhai Mande 7 50 21 21 8 0 27
Soninke Mande 4 27 11 11 5 0 34
Sulawesi Malay 3 38 14 14 10 5 44
Sumatran Malay 14 119 43 43 33 7 100
Susquehannock Iroquoian 1 6 2 2 2 9 5
Swabian Germanic 9 105 39 41 25 0
Swahili African 9 61 24 24 13 0 86
Swiss Germanic 7 66 26 26 14 0
Swedish Scandinavian 14 90 32 32 26 0 66
Syrian Arabic 13 144 53 53 38 0 106
Tamil Dravidian 9 109 41 44 24 0 83
Tecos Central American 4 34 14 14 6 0 20
Telegu Dravidian 10 110 39 43 28 0 117
Tibetan Burman 14 61 18 18 25 0 43
Tigray Cushitic 5 28 9 9 10 0 19
Tlapanec Otomanguean 4 26 11 11 4 0 48
Totonac Central American 4 16 6 6 4 0 30
Tuareg Sahelian 13 62 24 24 14 4 55
Tunisian Maghrebi 15 81 32 32 17 0 66
Tupinamba Tupi 3 17 5 9 3 19 12
Turkish Oghuz 26 295 105 105 85 0 214
Turkmeni Oghuz 6 23 8 8 7 0 14
Tuscan Latin 5 91 36 38 17 0
Umbrian Latin 4 67 26 26 15 0 57
Uralic Finno-Ugric 6 40 14 16 10 0 20
Uyghur Altaic 10 65 20 20 25 0 51
Uzbek Altaic 13 121 39 39 43 0 97
Venetian Latin 5 89 35 37 17 0
Vietnamese Mon Khmer 5 56 21 21 14 0 43
Wallonian French 7 102 42 42 18 0 60
Welsh Celtic 3 25 9 10 6 0 17
Westphalian Germanic 17 165 61 60 44 0 187
Wichita Caddoan 1 3 1 1 1 5 2
Wu Chinese 8 118 49 49 20 0 99
Xiang Chinese 3 33 12 12 9 0 30
Xibei Chinese 9 90 35 35 20 0 70
Yemeni Arabic 10 43 15 15 13 0
Yi Burman 4 25 8 8 9 0 17
Yorumba West African 8 42 16 16 10 0 36
Yucatec Mayan 8 54 28 28 8 0 36
Yukaghir Evenk 1 3 1 1 1 5 2
Zapotek Otomanguean 4 20 8 8 4 0 12
Zhili Chinese 5 66 26 26 14 0 60
Zhongyuan Chinese 9 101 40 40 21 0 61
Zhuang Thai 5 28 9 9 10 0 19

In this table the number of uncolonized provinces with a given culture is indicated in brackets behind the province count, where applicable. Development values listed represent those of game version 1.13.0(cff0)

Footnotes[edit]

  1. From /Europa Universalis IV/common/defines.lua: PS_CHANGE_CULTURE = 10
  2. From /Europa Universalis IV/common/defines.lua: MONTHS_TO_CHANGE_CULTURE = 10, -- How many months it will take to change culture in a province, per development.
  3. From /Europa Universalis IV/common/defines.lua: CORE_LOSE_PRIMARY_CULTURE_TAG = -1, -- how many years until a core is lost for the primary tag of a country (-1 = never lost)
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