- +25% National sailors modifier
- +50% Naval force limit modifier
- +0.10 Yearly inflation reduction
- +1 Merchant
- +10% Trade Range
- −10% Development cost
- +2 Naval leader fire
- +3 Tolerance of heretics
- +10% Siege ability
- +10% Land fire damage
- +15% Trade efficiency
The Netherlands is a formable nation in Europe, which can be formed by Burgundy or countries with a Dutch or Flemish culture. The formation decision however, requires only Dutch provinces and not Flemish ones. The Dutch are a typical trading power, reflected in their national ideas. Historically, the Netherlands became fully independent from Habsburg Spain in 1581.
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Choose between an Orangist (military, monarchy-oriented) or a Statist (trade, republic-oriented) candidate.
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|elections happen every 4 years, no re-election||rulers will rule until death|
This infobox may contain outdated information that is inaccurate for the current version of the game. The last version it was verified as up to date for was 1.17.
The Dutch are emerging as one of Europe's most capable naval and colonial powers. Lucrative trade opportunities, locally and overseas, have resulted in a swift evolution for the country into one of the first capitalist countries in the world.
AI Burgundy will not take this decision.
- Main article: Dutch revolt events
If the year is between 1550 and 1650 and the Netherlands does not exist, nations that control parts of the low countries and do not have Dutch or Flemish as their primary culture will receive events causing revolts and if successful, eventually lead to the formation of the Netherlands. The newly-independent Netherlands will then receive a full navy and army and claims over the low countries as well as opportunities to annex other Dutch minors through events. The Dutch revolt can be avoided by other nations with a cultural shift to Dutch or Flemish culture, or by converting provinces in the region to a different culture.
- Main article: Dutch missions
- Main article: Dutch events
Dutch events are focused on famous individuals, capitalism and the Dutch republic government type.
Holland (97) does not have the province modifier “Development of Amsterdam”.
Holland (97) gets the province modifier “Development of Amsterdam” for the rest of the campaign with the following effect: