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This is a list of all of Flag of Russia Russia's events from /Europa Universalis IV/events/FlavorRUS.txt.

Msg event.pngThe Pomjestija Reform


After Muscovites invaded Novgorod in 1471 and Lithuania failed to come to Novgorod's assistance, Novgorod was forced to accept the Korostyn' Treaty, which further limited its independence. Ivan III, still wary of uprisings because of what happened to his father, deported many of the citizens of Novgorod. He also replaced leaders of the Novgorodian church with Russian Orthodox leaders. Lands were taken from the natives and given to cavalrymen in return for military service. After establishing the reform of land management, called the pomestie system, there, he introduced it into Muscovite. By seizing the local nobles', called boyars, estates and giving it to his army, he helped bolster and centralize his power and create loyalty in his army and other servants. By 1489, Novgorod was a shell of its former self and now part of the ever-growing Russian state.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • This year is between 1450 and 1550
  • At least one of:
Mean time to happen

300


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Let us reform
  • Gain country modifier "pomjestija_reform" for 9125 days, giving following effects:
    • -10% Millitary tech cost
    • +10% land morale
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Let us become like Novgorod
  • Gain country modifier "novgorodian_reform" for 9125 days, giving following effects:
    • +25% global institution spread
    • +10% trade efficiency



Msg event.pngMalyuta Skuratov


Malyuta Skuratov was one of the most prominent leaders during the Oprichnina - when Ivan the Terrible and his secret police carried out thousands of executions and land confiscations. Skuratov had made a name for himself in 1569 when he participated in the trial and execution of Ivan's only cousin, Vladimir of Staritsa - a possible pretender to the throne. Later that same year he strangled the Metropolitan of Moscow, Philip II, for criticizing the trials, and in 1570 he was responsible for killing thousands of citizens during a punitive expedition to Novgorod. Skuratov was killed in 1573 at the siege of Weissenstein during the Livonian War.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • This year is between 1560 and 1573
  • At least one of:
  • Owns province Moskva
Mean time to happen

38 months


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An Excellent Minister!
  • Gain Administrative power.png 40 administrative power
  • Gain Diplomatic power.png 40 diplomatic power
  • Gain Military power.png 40 military power
  • Gain skill 3 Spymaster advisor named Malyuta Skuratov in Moskva (50% cheaper to employ)



Msg event.pngRussian claims in the East


In 1552, Czar Ivan IV the Terrible had launched an expedition against the Khanate of Kazan, east of Nizhny-Novgorod and a blocking point on the Volga. The use of heavy bombard guns breached the walls of the Tatar city, which was promptly overwhelmed and annexed. In 1556, in the wake of his success against Kazan four years earlier, Czar Ivan IV the Terrible launched a new expedition against the Khanate of Astrakhan, southward down the Volga. The capture of Astrakhan opened an access to the Caspian Sea and put the whole Volga basin under Russian control. Cities like Samara (1586), Saratov (1590) and Tsaritsyne (1589) were founded along the river to ensure proper control.


 
Trigger conditions Mean time to happen

60 months


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It all belongs to Mother Russia
  • Gain permanent claims in Ural region



Msg event.pngRussian claims on Poland-Lithuania


Ivan IV of Russia had extended the borders of his homeland far to the South and the East, but had met with strong resistance in the West, in particular in Livonia. Wars with Poland, Lithuania (then a part of Poland) and even Sweden would last till 1583. Poland had annexed Lithuania in 1569 and, after many defeats at the hands of the Polish army, Ivan had to sign a peace treaty in 1582 where he lost all his previous western territorial gains. Enmity between the two countries would remain high, culminating with the Polish occupation of Moscow (1610) during the Time of Troubles (1598-1618).


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • is Flag of Russia Russia
  • any of White Ruthenia area:
    • Is owned by Poland
    • Is owned by Lithuania
    • Is owned by Commonwealth
  • All of Smolensk area:
Mean time to happen

32 months


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It all belongs to Mother Russia
  • Gain claims in white ruthenia area owned by Poland, Lithuania, Commonwealth
    • If White Ruthenia area is owned by Poland, Lithuania, Commonwealth, they will gain event modifier rus_claimed_land which giving following effect:
      • -50 opinion modifier for 50 years with yearly decay 1
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{{{option_text}}}
  • Lose 5 prestige


Msg event.pngRussian claims on the Steppes


Immediately after the fall of Astrakhan, in the year 1557, Ivan IV launched a campaign in the steppes south of Kazan, the realm of the Nogaï Horde, heirs of some Mongol people. This was the first stepping stone for the expansion eastward. The Russian expansion eastward, led between 1560 and 1581 by Cossacks under Yermak and the private venture of the Stroganov merchants of Nizhny-Novgorod had seen much territory fall under control of the Russian Czar. The conquest of the Khanate of Sibir in 1584 and the destruction of the last realm of Genghis Khan's heirs in Siberia was the last step before the exploration and control of the vast hinterland, that would eventually see the Cossacks build cities out of their Ostrogs (simple fortifications to ensure transit) and reach the Pacific ocean at Okhotsk in 1645.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • is Flag of Russia Russia
  • All of Kazan, Tambov, Saratov area is owned and cored by Flag of Russia Russia
Mean time to happen

32 months


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It all belongs to Mother Russia
  • Gain permanent claims in Crimea region and Nogai area



Msg event.pngThe Chosen Council


In 1543, only 14 years old and with astonishing force and bravery, Grand Prince Ivan IV ended the reign of terror of the Boyars. Behind him stood his friend Alexi Adashev and the talented priest Sylvestr, who would succeed the wise Makari as metropolitan of Moscow. Sylvestr and Adashev belonged to a group of advisors called the Chosen Council, which was of great help in reforming Russia during the earlier part of Ivan IV's reign but fell out of favor following the death of Ivan's first wife Anastasia in 1560. Ivan, who had become unbalanced after his grave illness in 1553, accused his old friends of having poisoned his wife and had them exiled, leaving no one to temper his brutality.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Year is between 1540 and 1560
  • Any of:
  • Owns province Moskva
Mean time to happen

60 months


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Excellent Ministers!
  • Gain Administrative power.png 25 administrative power
  • Gain skill 2 Statesman advisor named Alexi Adashev in Moskva (50% cheaper to employ)
  • Gain skill 3 Theologian advisor named Sylvestr in Moskva (50% cheaper to employ)



Msg event.pngThe Sacking of Moscow


Ivan felt that trade with Europe depended on free access to the Baltic and decided to turn his attention westward. In 1558 he went to war in an attempt to establish Russian rule over Livonia. Russia was at first victorious and succeeded in destroying the Livonian knights, but their ally Lithuania became an integral part of Poland in 1569. The war dragged on - while the Swedes (guarding their own interests in Estonia) supported Poland against Russia, the Crimean Tatars attacked Astrakhan and even made an extensive incursion into Russia in 1571 - they sacked and burned Moscow, leaving only the Kremlin standing.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Capital is Moskva and not controlled by Flag of Russia Russia
Mean time to happen

1 months


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Revenge this horrible insult
  • Gain 10 army tradition
  • Gain opinion modifier which giving following effect:
    • opinion -50 for 10 years with 5 yearly decay.
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Use it to crush the opposition
  • Gain country modifier opposition_crushed which giving following effect:
    • -10% stability cost modifier for 10 years


Msg event.pngThe Treasury Reform and the Abolition of the Kormlenije System


Some of the most important Russian reforms of Government were instituted by Ivan IV. Ivan had built on the works of Ivan III and bound the Pomiestie-class even closer to the monarchy. He also created a separate Chamber of Finance directly at his disposal, which provided a certain efficiency in the in- and outflow of cash. The abolition of the Kormlenije-system, a payment system for the provincial administration where salaries were paid 'in natura' directly from the hands of the peasants, and the redressing of the provincial administration organization made the monarchy much more efficient and powerful. Unfortunately for Russia, these reforms were not enough to hold the State afloat after the costly and disastrous Livonian Wars at the end of Ivan IV's reign.


 
Trigger conditions
  • fire only once
  • Year is between 1550 and 1650
  • is Flag of Russia Russia
Mean time to happen

300 months


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Reform Treasury and abolish Kormlenije
  • Lose -50 administraive power
  • Gain country modifier "Chamber of Finance" for 9125 days
    • 10% Global tax modifier
  • Gain country modifier "Kormlenije Abolished" for 9125 days
    • -10% administrative tech cost modifier
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Only reform Treasury
  • Gain country modifier "Chamber of Finance" for 9125 days
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Only abolish Kormlenije
  • Gain country modifier "Kormlenije Abolished" for 9125 days


Msg event.pngThe Russian Orthodox Church Declares Independence


Liberating it from the Tatar invaders, the Muscovite state gathered strength and so did the Russian Orthodox Church. In 1448, not long before the Byzantine Empire collapsed, the Russian Church became, in effect, independent from the Patriarchate of Constantinople. Metropolitan Jonas, installed by the Council of Russian bishops in 1448, was given the title of Metropolitan of Moscow and All Russia. In the centuries to come, the growing might of the Muscovite state went hand in hand with the growing authority of the Autocephalous Russian Church. In 1589 Jeremias II, Patriarch of Constantinople, fleeing from Turkish oppression, visited Moscow. The Russians managed to persuade him to appoint metropolitan Job of Moscow patriarch - the final move towards full independence for the Russian Church.


 
Trigger conditions Mean time to happen

120 months


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Let us lead the True Faith from Moscow
  • Gain Icon stability.png 1 stability or administrative power
  • Every known Orthodoxy Orthodox country:
    • Gain opinion modifier "Orthodoxy Led From Moscow" towards (Our country):
      • 25 opinion modifier for 25 years with 1 yearly decay
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No, we need Constantinople to lead the True Faith
  • Lose -50% patriarch authority
  • Every province in the world:
    • Limited to:
    • (Our country) gains a claim on this province


Msg event.pngThe Peasantry is brought into Serfdom


Boris Godunov was elected in 1598 to succeed Fedor. He consolidated Russia's territorial gains, but, soon after he came to power, drought, famine, and plague killed half a million people in Muscovy. Peasants fled their villages, leaving their holdings reclaimed by weeds. In response Godunov decreed that the peasants were forbidden to leave the estates on which they were born (Ivan IV had passed a similar decree in 1581). The peasants had truly become serfs.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Year is between 1600 and 1700
  • is Flag of Russia Russia
Mean time to happen

300 months


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Enserf the peasants
  • Gain country modifier "Enserfed Peasants" for the rest of the campaign:
    • +10% global manpower modifier
    • -10% global institution spread
    • -1 global unrest
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Do not enserf them
  • Lose -10 legitimacy


Msg event.pngHundred Chapter Synod


In 1551 Metropolitan Mascarius convened the Church in what became known as the Hundred Chapter Synod in order to unify Church ceremonies and duties all over Russia. They also demanded that the government cancel its jurisdiction over the Church.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1500 and 1600
  • Religion is Orthodoxy Orthodox
Mean time to happen

100 months


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Affirm these changes
  • Gain Patriarch authority.png 10% Patriarch authority
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Prohibit these ideas
  • Gain Icon stability.png 1 stability or administrative power
  • Lose Patriarch authority.png 10% Patriarch authority


Msg event.pngBoris Morozov


Russian statesman and treasurer with a long career at the Kremlin court. He was brother-in-law and tutor for Tsar Alexis and led the government during Alexis' early reign. Supervising Payroll and the Grand Treasury, Morozov tried to increase the state's income by lowering salaries and introduce new taxes. The high tax on salt caused, and gave name to, the Salt Riot of 1648. After a short exile in a monastery, Morozov was able to return to Moscow where he maintained a low profile while controlling much of the government. He later participated in drafting the Sobornoye Ulozheniye, a new legal code to replace the Sudebnik laws by Ivan III. It cemented serfdom as well as the nobility's exclusive privilege of owning serfs and stipulated class as both hereditary and unchangeable.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1620 and 1660
  • Owns Moskva
Mean time to happen

120 months


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An Excellent Minister!
  • Gain Administrative power.png 50 administrative power
  • Gain skill 2 Treasurer advisor named Boris Morozov in Moskva (50% cheaper to employ)


Msg event.pngFull Serfdom enforced by Sobornoye Ulozheniye


Czar Alexis received a superficial education from his tutor Boris Ivanovich Morozov before acceding to the throne at the age of 16. Morozov, who was also Alexis' brother-in-law, initially took charge of state affairs, but in 1648 a popular uprising in Moscow forced Alexis to exile Morozov. Alexis bowed to the rebels' demands and convened a land assembly (zemski sobor), which in 1649 produced a new Russian code of laws (Sobornoye Ulozheniye), which legally defined serfdom.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1650 and 1750
  • Government is monarchy
Mean time to happen

300 months


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Enforce
  • Has country modifier "Enserfed Peasants"
    • Remove country modifier "Enserfed Peasants
  • Gain country modifier "Legal Serfdom" for the rest of the campaign:
    • +20% Global manpower modifier
    • -20% global institution spread
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Accept deteriorating Economy and Burgher Uprisings
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Has country modifier "Enserfed Peasants"
    • Remove country modifier "Enserfed Peasants
  • Gain country modifier "Deteriorating Economy" for 3650 days:
    • -0.25 Global trade goods size modifier
    • -5 Global unrest
  • Burghers estate gains -10 loyalty


Msg event.pngNikons Reform and the Raskolniks


Nikon was the patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church from 1652 to 1666. He undertook an extremely vigorous reform of church discipline and ritual with a view to purging accretions and eccentricities from the Russian rites. His reforms, particularly his correction of service books from the Greek (1654), created a schism in the Church and inspired the formation of a major opposition sect, the Raskolniki, who retained the older usages banned by Nikon. Heterodox sects such as the Dukhobors formed and attached themselves to the Raskolniki to avoid persecution. By 1658, Nikon had aroused sufficiently powerful opposition to bring about his banishment, and in 1666 he was deposed and degraded. He was a figure unique in Russian church history, for he opposed any interference by the state in church affairs and considered the two institutions to be distinct and separate. His reforms were maintained after he was deposed.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1650 and 1750
  • Religion is Orthodoxy Orthodox
  • Does not have the flag RUS_raskol_flag
Mean time to happen

300 months


Immediate effects

set country flag RUS_raskol_flag


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Let us modernize the Church
  • Gain Patriarch authority.png 10% Patriarch authority
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Follow the heed of the Raskolniks
  • Gain Icon stability.png 1 stability or administrative power
  • Lose Patriarch authority.png 10% Patriarch authority


Msg event.pngRaskol


Leading Russian Church officials had noticed a number of discrepancies between Russian and Greek sermons, rites and books, and in 1652 Patriarch Nikon convened a synod to study these matters. A second synod was convened in 1666 where a number of reforms were issued to correct this as well as condemning much of the traditions of the past. This led to a great schism - raskol - where the those who opposed these changes came to be known as Old Believers or raskolniki.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1650 and 1750
  • Religion is Orthodoxy Orthodox
  • Does not have the flag RUS_raskol_flag
Is triggered only by

{{{triggered only}}}


Immediate effects
  • Hidden effect:
    • Set country flag RUS_raskol_flag
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Is a core of (Our country)
        • Is not the country's capital
      • Set province flag raskol_uprising_2
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Is a core of (Our country)
        • Is not the country's capital
        • None of:
          • Province flag raskol_uprising_2 is set
      • Set province flag raskol_uprising_1

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These reforms are necessary
  • Gain Patriarch authority.png 25% Patriarch authority
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province flag raskol_uprising_2 is set
    • Anti tax rebels.png Peasant rabble (size 2) rise in revolt
    • Clear province flag raskol_uprising_2
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province flag raskol_uprising_1 is set
    • Anti tax rebels.png Peasant rabble (size 1) rise in revolt
    • Clear province flag raskol_uprising_1
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Support the Old traditions
  • Lose Patriarch authority.png 10% Patriarch authority


Msg event.pngThe Reforms of Peter the Great


During the late 17th and early 18th century Peter the Great instituted a series of reforms aimed to make Russia into a modern European state. The government and army were reformed under the supervision of advisors from Western Europe and Peter, dreaming of making Russia a maritime power sought to take control of the Baltic and Black Sea coasts. The drastic reforms met strong opposition as people were affronted by the sudden dispense of their traditional life and traditions and were followed by several uprisings.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1680 and 1720
  • Religion is Orthodoxy Orthodox
  • Any neighboring country:
    • Institution difference (than our country) value is at least 2
Mean time to happen

10 months


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These reforms are necessary
  • Gain country modifier "Western Reforms" until death of current ruler:
    • -20% Embracement cost
    • +25% Global institution spread
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Avoid outside influence
  • Gain Icon stability.png 1 stability or administrative power


Msg event.pngThe Bulavin Rebellion


The Bulavin Rebellion broke out in October 1707 when Kondraty Bulavin and a band of Don Cossacks ambushed and killed a group of bounty hunters sent by Peter the Great to arrest fugitive peasants hiding out in the Don region. The underlying reasons were that Peter's newly-reformed state was expanding, something that had started to infringe on both the Cossack's territory as well as their semi-autonomy. The rebellion turned not against the Tsardom but against Peter and his advisors, who were seen as evil forces whose reforms were seen as trying to destroy Russia.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Religion is Orthodoxy Orthodox
  • Has ruler modifier "Western reforms"
Mean time to happen

24 months


Immediate effects
  • Hidden effect:
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Is a core of (Our country)
        • Is not the country's capital
      • Set province flag bulavin_rebellion_3
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Is a core of (Our country)
        • Is not the country's capital
        • None of:
          • Province flag bulavin_rebellion_3 is set
      • Set province flag bulavin_rebellion_2

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Crush the rebellion
  • Lose Icon stability.png 1 stability
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province flag bulavin_rebellion_3 is set
    • Noble rebels.png Noble rebels (size 3) rise in revolt
    • Clear province flag bulavin_rebellion_3
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province flag bulavin_rebellion_2 is set
    • Noble rebels.png Noble rebels (size 2) rise in revolt
    • Clear province flag bulavin_rebellion_2
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Revert some reforms
  • Remove country modifier "Western Reforms
  • Gain country modifier "Reversed Reforms" for 1825 days:
    • +10% technology cost
  • Hidden effect:
    • Every owned province:
      • Clear province flag bulavin_rebellion_3
      • Clear province flag bulavin_rebellion_2


Msg event.pngFyodor Baikov's Diplomatic Intermezzo


Fyodor Baikov went to Beijing in 1656 in an effort to open up diplomatic relations with China. However, misinterpreting the Chinese etiquette made him behave in a way that got the Chinese ministers to believe that Russia acknowledged China as her Master. A message was dispatched to Moscow. The letter contained instructions on the yearly tribute that the vassal 'Russia' must now pay. The Czar had no chance to protest as no one in Moscow could understand Chinese. The Russian government ignored the event as if it has never taken place and China was too busy being subjugated by the Manchu dynasty to care.


 
Trigger conditions

240 months

Is triggered only by

{{{triggered only}}}


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Ignore the demands
  • Flag of Ming Ming:
    • Gain opinion modifier "Ignored Vassal Demands" towards (Our country):
      • -25 opinion modifier for 25 years with 1 yearly decay
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Pretend to be a Chinese Vassal
  • Lose Legitimacy.png 5 legitimacy
  • Flag of Ming Ming:
    • Gain opinion modifier "Paid Vassal Respect" towards (Our country):
      • +10 opinion modifier for 10 years with 1 yearly decay
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Pretend to be a Chinese Vassal and pay Tribute
  • Lose Legitimacy.png 5 legitimacy
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.25 years of income
  • Flag of Ming Ming:
    • Gain opinion modifier "Paid Vassal Tribute" towards (Our country):
      • 50 opinion modifier for 50 years with 1 yearly decay


Msg event.pngStenka Razin's Cossack Uprising


Stenka Razin (or Stepan Timofeyevich) was a Don Cossack hetman who carried out a series of successful raids on Persian and Russian settlements 1667-69. Having acquired great fame and wealth, Razin launched a new campaign in 1670 against the czar's fortress cities on the Volga. With a force of about 7,000 Cossacks, he seized Tsaritsyn and Astrakhan. In both towns Razin and his men engaged in drunken orgies and perpetrated savage atrocities against the nobles and military officers - he also replaced the local governments with Cossack institutions of self-rule. Razin continued his advance up the Volga, and along the way he incited the serfs and urban lower classes to join his rebellion. He captured Saratov and proceeded to Simbirsk, while his insurrection spread throughout the Volga region and even into some of the central Russian provinces. Alarmed at Razin's success, Czar Alexis sent an army to relieve Simbirsk. The force inflicted a decisive defeat on Razin's undisciplined and badly equipped troops. Razin fled to the Don, but on April 24, 1671, he was captured by loyalist Cossacks and turned over to the tsarist authorities. Brought to Moscow and tortured, Razin was executed by quartering in Red Square.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Muscovy Muscovy
  • Year is 1650 or later
  • owned at least 4 steppe terrain provinces
Mean time to happen

200 months


Immediate effects
  • Hidden effect:
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Has steppe terrain
      • Set province flag cossack_uprising_2
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Has steppe terrain
        • None of:
          • Province flag cossack_uprising_2 is set
      • Set province flag cossack_uprising_1

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Quell all separatist movements
  • The Cossacks estate loses -10 loyalty
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province flag cossack_uprising_2 is set
    • Anti tax rebels.png Peasant rabble (size 2) rise in revolt
    • Clear province flag cossack_uprising_2
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province flag cossack_uprising_1 is set
    • Anti tax rebels.png Peasant rabble (size 1) rise in revolt
    • Clear province flag cossack_uprising_1
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Give more autonomy to provinces
  • Hidden effect:
    • Every owned province:
      • Clear province flag cossack_uprising_2
      • Clear province flag cossack_uprising_1
  • Every owned steppe provinces:
    • Gain Local autonomy.png 50% local autonomy



Msg event.pngThe Treaty of Nerchinsk


The permanent Russian exploration and colonization of Siberia that started under Ivan the Terrible, had regularly continued throughout the 17th century, with most of eastern Siberia discovered by the end of the century (Kamchatska was reached in 1679). The Amur basin had been explored by Khabarov in the 1650s and in 1689, a Russo-Chinese border conflict was settled by the first Chinese-European agreement, the Treaty of Nerchinsk, fixing the Amur border. In 1727, the Kyakhta treaty would even make provisions for a Russian trading station to be established in Peking, the capital of the new Manchu dynasty (1644-1911).


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Year is 1650 or later
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Flag of Ming Ming or Flag of Qing Qing exists
  • Any owned province:
    • Is in West Siberia or East Siberia regions
  • At least one of:
    • Flag of Ming Ming:
      • Is at peace with (Our country)
      • Any owned province:
        • Any neighbouring province:
          • Province is in Manchuria region
          • Province is owned by (Our country)
    • Flag of Qing Qing:
      • Is at peace with (Our country)
      • Any owned province:
        • Any neighbouring province:
          • Province is in Manchuria region
          • Province is owned by (Our country)
Mean time to happen

200 months


Immediate effects
  • Hidden effect:
    • If:
      • Limited to:
        • Flag of Ming Ming:
          • Is at peace with (Our country)
          • Any owned province:
            • Any neighbouring province:
              • Province is in Manchuria region
              • Province is owned by (Our country)
      • Flag of Ming Ming:
        • Set country flag nerchiinsk_treaty
    • If:
      • Limited to:
        • Flag of Ming Ming:
          • None of:
            • Country flag nerchiinsk_treaty is set
        • Flag of Qing Qing:
          • Is at peace with (Our country)
          • Any owned province:
            • Any neighbouring province:
              • Province is in Manchuria region
              • Province is owned by (Our country)
      • Flag of Qing Qing:
        • Set country flag nerchiinsk_treaty

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Accept the Treaty
  • One random country:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag nerchiinsk_treaty is set
    • Gain opinion modifier "Treaty of Nerchinsk" towards (Our country)
    • Every province in the world:
      • Limited to:
        • Province is owned by (Our country)
        • Province is in Manchuria region
      • Cede province to (Previously mentioned country)
    • Clear country flag nerchiinsk_treaty
  • (Our country) gains a claim on West Siberia or East Siberia regions
  • Every country which has province in West Siberia or East Siberia regions
    • Gain opinion modifier "Claimed Western Siberia" towards (Our country)
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Reject the Treaty as Preposterous
  • One random country:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag nerchiinsk_treaty is set
    • Gain opinion modifier "Refused Treaty of Nerchinsk" towards (Our country)
    • Clear country flag nerchiinsk_treaty
  • (Our country) gains a claim on West Siberia or East Siberia regions
  • Every country which has province in West Siberia or East Siberia regions
    • Gain opinion modifier "Claimed Western Siberia" towards (Our country)



Msg event.pngThe Great Northern Conflict


In 1697, the 15 years old Charles XII ascended the Swedish throne. Seeing the opportunity, the Russian Czar Peter I allied with Denmark and Poland-Saxony in 1699. However, with British and Dutch naval assistance, Charles XII landed on Zealand and promptly defeated the Danes, then moved to Estland where his badly outnumbered Swedes (1 to 5) won a crushing victory over the Russians. Instead of finishing the Russians, Charles moved against August II of Poland-Saxony and drove him out of Poland in 1704 (having the pro-Swedish Stanislaw Leszczynski elected King), then subjugating Saxony in 1706. While the Russians started the construction of St. Petersburg (1703) and rebuilt their armies, they also took parts of Estland (1704-1706). Charles then decided to march to Moscow via the Ukraine where the Cossacks under Mazeppa had again risen in revolt (1708). The harsh winter and Russian raids decimated his army and he was finally beaten at the battle of Poltava in 1709. The wounded king escaped to the Ottomans. The Russians were encircled by the Ottomans on the Prut River, but Peter succeeded through bribery to obtain a safe conduct in exchange for Azov. While Charles was still exiled in Turkey, Russian, Danish, Hanoverian and even Prussian troops captured most of the Swedish territory around the Baltic. Having emerged from Turkish internment, Charles got killed in 1718 in front of the Norwegian fortress of Frederickshald. The peace treaties that followed Sweden lost most of her Baltic empire.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Year is between 1680 and 1730
  • Flag of Sweden Sweden:
    • Is not subject
    • Total development is at least 200
    • Is neighbor of Flag of Russia Russia
    • Is not alliance of Flag of Russia Russia
    • Is not a rival of Flag of Russia Russia
    • Does not view Flag of Russia Russia as an enemy
Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
Seek closer ties with their enemies
  • Gain opinion modifier "Political Aggressions" towards Flag of Sweden Sweden
  • Every enemy country of Flag of Sweden Sweden:
    • Except:
      • is rival of our country
      • is enemy of our country
    • Gain opinion modifier "Enemy of Sweden" towards (Our country)
  • Our country:
    • Gain opinion modifier "Enemy of Sweden" towards (Previously mentioned country)
Event button 547.png
Let others move first
  • Lose Prestige.png 5 prestige


Msg event.pngGovernmental Reforms and the Absolutism


In the course of Peter the Great's reign, medieval and obsolescent forms of government gave place to effective autocracy. In 1711 he abolished the boyarskaya duma, or boyar council, and established by decree the Senate as the supreme organ of state to coordinate the action of the various central and local organs, to supervise the collection and expenditure of revenue, and to draft legislation in accordance with his edicts. Martial discipline was extended to civil institutions, and an officer of the guards was always on duty in the Senate. From 1722, moreover, there was a procurator general keeping watch over the daily work of the Senate and its chancellery and acting as 'the eye of the sovereign'.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1700 and 1720
  • Government is monarchy
Mean time to happen

60 months


Event button 547.png
Institute the Reforms
  • Gain country modifier "Russian Absolutism" for the rest of the campaign, giving following effect:
    • Legitimacy.png+1 Yearly Legitimacy
    • Autonomy.png-0.04 Monthly Autonomy Reduction
Event button 547.png
The Old Way is better!
  • Gain Icon stability.png 1 stability or administrative power


Msg event.pngThe State takes control of the Russian Church


In 1721, in order to subject the Orthodox Church of Russia to the state, Peter the Great abolished the Patriarchate of Moscow. Thenceforward the patriarch's place as head of the Church was taken by a spiritual college, namely the Holy Synod, consisting of representatives of the hierarchy obedient to the czar's will. A secular official - the ober-prokuror, or chief procurator - was appointed by the tsar to supervise the Holy Synod's activities. The Holy Synod ferociously persecuted all dissenters and conducted a censorship of all publications.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1720 and 1740
  • Religion is Orthodoxy Orthodox
Mean time to happen

60 months


Event button 547.png
Abolish the Patriarchate
  • Lose Patriarch authority.png 100% Patriarch authority
  • Gain country modifier "State-Controlled Church" for the rest of the campaign, giving following effect:
    • Global tax modifier +10%
    • Stability cost modifier -10%
  • The Clergy estate lose -25 loyalty
Event button 547.png
Leave the Patriarchate alone
  • Gain Patriarch authority.png 25% Patriarch authority


Msg event.pngThe Kurland Succession of 1726


The death of the last Duke of Kurland, Frederick William, in 1711, left no heirs to the Duchy except the weak and ill Ferdinand, and a lot of contenders in Russia and Poland. In 1726, the Polish Sejm managed to impose Maurice of Saxony, the bastard son of the current Polish King, as Duke, but only to change her mind and ask his withdrawal. At the same time, Russia was pushing for her own candidate, the Duke of Holstein-Gottorp, son-in-law of the Czarina Catherine I. After much bribing, negotiation and behind the scene diplomacy, Maurice was summoned to either leave or suffer war. It started in 1727, with Russia firmly committed and sending 8,000 troops to conquer the Duchy within 8 days. The war did not last long enough to embrace all of Europe and Maurice fled to France where he then had a brilliant military career.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Flag of Kurland Kurland:
    • Has no heir
    • Is neighbor of Flag of Russia Russia
    • Is not subject
    • Government is monarchy
Mean time to happen

12 months


Immediate effects
  • Hidden effect:
    • Flag of Kurland Kurland:
      • Every owned province:
        • every_core_country = {
   limit = {
       NOT = { tag = ROOT }
       exists = yes
   }
   set_country_flag = courland_succession

}


Event button 547.png
Prepare to grab Kurland
  • Every province owned by Flag of kurland kurland:
    • except that is core of our country
  • (Our country) gains a claim on this province
  • Every country in the world:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag courland_succession is set
    • Gain opinion modifier "Claimed Courland" towards (Our country)
    • Clear country flag courland_succession


Event button 547.png
Ignore this petty matter
  • Every country in the world:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag courland_succession is set
    • Gain opinion modifier "Did Not Claim Courland" towards (Our country)
    • Clear country flag courland_succession


Msg event.pngThe Duma and the Legislative Reform


In 1767 Catherine the Great convened a commission composed of delegates from all the provinces and from all social classes (except the serfs) for the purpose of ascertaining the true wishes of her people and framing a constitution. The debates went on for months and came to nothing. Catherine's Instruction to the commission was a draft of a constitution and a code of laws. It was considered too liberal for publication in France and remained a dead letter in Russia.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1750 and 1770
  • Has country modifier "Russian Absolutism"
Mean time to happen

60 months


Event button 547.png
Ignore the Injustice in Society
  • One random owned province:
    • Anti tax rebels.png Peasant rabble (size 1) rise in revolt
Event button 547.png
Do something about the Injustice in Society
  • Remove country modifier "Russian Absolutism"
  • Add country modifier '"Liberal Constitution" for the rest of the campaign, giving following effect:
    • Reduced liberty desire 5
    • State maintenance modifier -5%


Msg event.pngMercantilist Reforms


In the late 18th century Russia adopted an increasingly mercantilist policy as a consequence of the growing monopolization of the power of the aristocracy.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1700 and 1800
Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
Yes, we need to reform
  • Gain country modifier "Mercantilism Reforms" for the rest of the campaign, giving following effect:
    • Global provincial trade power modifier +5%
Event button 547.png
No, we shall opt for Free Trade
  • Gain country modifier "Free Trade Reforms" for the rest of the campaign, giving following effect:
    • Trade efficiency +5%


Msg event.pngThe Pugatchev Uprising


The revolt started in 1773 in the Urals region. Led by Emelian Pugatchev, it was an uprising of displaced Cossacks and peasants, following a leader who claimed to be Peter III, the assassinated husband of Czarina Catherine II. In the winter of 1773-1774, the revolt had taken control of most of the Volga basin and even threatened Moscow, bringing the realm of Catherine to the brink of collapse. Finally, regular troops under Suvarow managed to capture Pugatchev near Tsaritsyn and he was executed in Moscow.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is 1750 or later
  • Icon stability.png Stability less than +1
Mean time to happen

32 months


Event button 547.png
The Masses are moving...
  • Set country flag "rus_pugachev_uprising"
  • Ural region owned by Flag of Russia Russia:
    • Add unrest 10
  • One random owned province in Ural region:
    • Anti tax rebels.png Peasant rabble (size 3) rise in revolt


Msg event.pngThe Reactionary Policy


After the Pugachev revolt, Catherine realized that for her the people were more to be feared than pitied, and that, rather than freeing them, she must tighten their bonds. Before her accession to power, Catherine had planned to emancipate the serfs, on whom the economy of Russia was based. When confronted with the realities of power, Catherine saw very quickly that emancipation of the serfs would never be tolerated by the owners, whom she depended upon for support, and who would throw the country into disorder once they lost their own means of support. The fortune of a noble was evaluated not in lands but in the 'souls' he owned. Catherine instead turned her attention to organizing and strengthening a system that she herself had condemned as inhuman. She imposed serfdom on the Ukrainians who had until then been free. By distributing the crown lands to her favorites and ministers, she worsened the lot of the peasants, who had enjoyed certain autonomy. At the end of her reign, there was scarcely a free peasant left in Russia.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Government is monarchy
  • had the country flag "rus_pugachev_uprising" for at least 730 days
Mean time to happen

64 months


Immediate effects
  • Set country flag RUS_had_event_3436

Event button 547.png
Keep the Masses in Chains
  • Remove country modifier "Enserfed Peasants"
  • Remove country modifier "Legal Serfdom"
  • Add country modifier "Complete Serfdom" for the rest of the campaign, giving following effect:
    • Global manpower modifier +25%
    • Global institution spread -30%
Event button 547.png
Let us introduce the idea of 'Freedom'
  • Remove country modifier "Enserfed Peasants"
  • Remove country modifier "Legal Serfdom"
  • Add country modifier "Increased Freedom" for the rest of the campaign, giving following effect:
    • Land morale +10%
  • Nobility estate loses -50 loyalty


Msg event.pngCzar Paul I's Liberal Legislation


Paul I, in an effort to strengthen the autocracy, reversed many of Catherine's policies - he reestablished centralized administrative agencies she had abolished in 1775, increased bureaucratic control in local government, and sought to impose limits on the authority of the nobles. While Catherine caused many ordinary Russians to be enslaved through serfdom, Paul was the first Russian czar to limit the work required of these unfortunate people. At Gatchina, Paul educated their children, lent them money, instituted a system of free medical care, gave them more land for their use, and upgraded agricultural technology. In short, he was a model landlord. When it came to Russia's most humble people, as both czar and grand duke, he sought to end their suffering and improve their lives. In this, he put into action the Enlightenment ideas parroted, but never followed unless it suited her, by his mother.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is 1750 or later
  • At least one of:
    • Has country modifier "Enserfed Peasants"
    • Has country modifier "Legal Serfdom"
    • Has country modifier "Complete Serfdom"
Mean time to happen

60 months


Event button 547.png
Restrict Serfdom
  • Remove country modifier "Enserfed Peasants"
  • Remove country modifier "Legal Serfdom"
  • Remove country modifier "Complete Serfdom"
  • Add country modifier "Restricted Serfdom" for the rest of the campaign, giving following effect:
    • Global unrest -1
    • Technology cost +25%
  • Nobility estate loses -20 loyalty
Event button 547.png
It is perfect as it is
  • Gain Icon stability.png 1 stability or administrative power


Msg event.pngCzar Alexander I's Liberal Legislation


Alexander abolished many barbarous and cruel punishments then practiced and in 1802 introduced a more orderly administration of government by the creation of eight ministries. He improved the condition of the serfs and promoted education, doubling the number of Russian universities by establishing those at Saint Petersburg, Kharkiv, and Kazan. Nevertheless, despite the humanitarian ideas inculcated in him by his tutor La Harpe and despite his own wish to make his people happy, Alexander lacked the energy necessary to carry out the most urgent reform, the full abolition of serfdom. The institution of serfdom was, in the Czar's own words, 'a degradation' that kept Russia in a disastrously backward state. But to liberate the serfs, who composed three-quarters of the population, would arouse the hostility of their noble masters.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is 1780 or later
  • At least one of:
    • Has country modifier "Enserfed Peasants"
    • Has country modifier "Legal Serfdom"
    • Has country modifier "Complete Serfdom"
    • Has country modifier "Restricted Serfdom"
Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
Abolish serfdom
  • Remove country modifier "Enserfed Peasants"
  • Remove country modifier "Legal Serfdom"
  • Remove country modifier "Complete Serfdom"
  • Remove country modifier "Restricted Serfdom"
  • Cossacks estate lose -20 loyalty
Event button 547.png
Leave it be
  • Gain Icon stability.png 1 stability or administrative power


Msg event.pngThe Anjala League


A large group of Finnish officers in the service of the Swedish king has sent us a dispatch declaring the ongoing war illegal and asking us if we would consider helping them form an independent nation of Finland. It could be useful as a buffer state...


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Is at war with Flag of Sweden Sweden
  • Flag of Sweden Sweden has country flag "SWE_anjala_league"
Mean time to happen

12 months


Event button 547.png
Give them our support
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.25 years of income
  • Flag of Sweden Sweden:
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
      • Separatist rebels.png Nationalist rebels (size 2) (friendly to (Our country)) rise in revolt
Event button 547.png
Reject their pleas
  • Flag of Sweden Sweden:
    • Gain opinion modifier "Rejected Anjala League" towards (Our country):
      • 10 opinion modifier for 5 years with 2 yearly decay


==

Msg event.pngMikhailo Shcherbatov


Mikhailo Shcherbatov was an important statesman, historian and philosopher in 18th century Russia. He became a member of the Board of Trade in 1770 and a president of the Chamber Council and a Senator in 1779. Though a leading representative of Russian conservatism and a proponent of the Russian Enlightenment movement, he is perhaps best know as an author. His 'History of Russia from the Earliest Times' was published between 1771 and 1791 in seven volumes. Shcherbatov's final work 'On the Corruption of Morals in Russia' was published in 1797 and contained a scathing attack on the contemporary social customs.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1763 and 1783
Mean time to happen

60 months


Event button 547.png
Excellent
  • Gain Administrative power.png 10 administrative power
  • Gain Prestige.png 10 prestige


Msg event.pngVasily Tatishchev


Russian statesman and ethnographer Vasily Tatishcev graduated from the Engineering school in Moscow and participated in the Great Northern War (1700-1721) against Sweden. He became an important figure in Peter the Great's Foreign Office and later backed the ascension of Anna of Russia in opposition to the Supreme Privy Council. His most prominent role came as the author of 'Russian History Dating Back to the Most Ancient Times', one of the earliest full-scale works on Russian history.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1716 and 1746
Mean time to happen

90 months


Event button 547.png
Excellent
  • Gain Administrative power.png 10 administrative power
  • Gain Prestige.png 10 prestige


Msg event.pngMikhail Lomonosov


At the age of nineteen Lomonosov obtained admission into the Slavic Greek Latin Academy in Moscow by pretending to be a son of a priest. A scholarship to the University of Saint Petersburg was later followed by studies abroad at the University of Marburg under the tutelage of German Enlightenment philosopher Christian Wolff. Lomonosov would go on to become an important Russian scientist in a variety of fields, but perhaps best known for discovering the atmosphere of Venus. He was appointed secretary of state in 1764 but dies only one year later.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Fire only once
  • Is Flag of Russia Russia
  • Year is between 1741 and 1765
Mean time to happen

75 months


Event button 547.png
Excellent
  • Gain Administrative power.png 10 administrative power
  • Gain Prestige.png 10 prestige


Grand Embassy events[edit]


Msg event.pngGrand Embassy


An idea has been put forth at court to send [Root.Monarch.GetName] on a journey through Europe together with a large delegation - a Grand Embassy - in order to seek better relations with other European leaders - especially those who share common enemies with us. Another benefit could be the chance to study the technological advancements made in western Europe in order to help us to modernize.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None of:
    • Country flag RUS_had_event_1010 is set
  • Year is 1500 or later
  • At least one of:
  • None of:
    • Technology group is Western technology group Western
  • Is not at war
  • Ruler is a Ruler general general
  • Is not in a regency
  • At least one of:
    • Ruler's Administrative power.png administrative skill is at least 6
    • Ruler's Diplomatic power.png diplomatic skill is at least 6
    • Ruler's Military power.png military skill is at least 6
  • Ruler's Administrative power.png administrative skill is at least 3
  • Ruler's Diplomatic power.png diplomatic skill is at least 3
  • Ruler's Military power.png military skill is at least 3
  • Any known country:
    • Capital:
      • Continent is Europe
    • Technology group is Western technology group Western
    • Has at least +50 opinion of (Our country)
    • None of:
      • is_rival = ROOT
    • None of:
      • is_enemy = ROOT
Mean time to happen

300 months


Immediate effects
  • Set country flag RUS_had_event_1010

Event button 547.png
Embark on a journey through Europe
  • Set country flag grand_embassy
  • set_variable = {
which = grand_embassy value = 1 }
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.25 years of income
  • One random known country:
    • Limited to:
      • Capital:
        • Continent is Europe
      • Technology group is Western technology group Western
      • Has at least +50 opinion of (Our country)
      • None of:
        • is_rival = ROOT
      • None of:
        • is_enemy = ROOT
    • Trigger country event "Grand Embassy Arrives in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName]" in 30 days
Event button 547.png
Our country holds the knowledge we need
  • Gain Icon stability.png 1 stability


Msg event.pngGrand Embassy Arrives in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName]


A grand embassy has arrived from [From.GetName] led by [From.Monarch.GetName] himself. He is traveling the continent in order to secure better relations with other European states - especially those who share a common enemies. How should we great him?


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Immediate effects
  • Set country flag grand_embassy

Event button 547.png
Invite him to stay
  • FROM:
    • Gain opinion modifier "Received Grand Embassy" towards (Our country)
  • Hidden effect:
    • Trigger country event "Grand Embassy in [From.Capital.GetCapitalName]" in 30 days
Event button 547.png
Politely turn him away
  • Lose Prestige.png 15 prestige
  • FROM:
    • Gain opinion modifier "Rejected Grand Embassy" towards (Our country) for 10 years
Event button 547.png
Send him packing!
  • FROM:
    • Gain Diplomatic Insult casus belli against (Our country) for 24 months
    • Gain opinion modifier "Rejected Grand Embassy" towards (Our country)


Msg event.pngGrand Embassy in [From.Capital.GetCapitalName]


Overwhelmed by our warm welcome, [FromFrom.Monarch.GetName] has informed us that he wishes to extend his visit in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName]. In his quest to modernize Russia, he is most eager to get a chance to study the technological advancements of western Europe.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Event button 547.png
Invite him to stay and study our governmental institutions
  • (custom tooltip - delete this line)
  • One random country:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag RUS_had_event_1010 is set
    • Gain opinion modifier "Invited to Study Institutions" towards (Our country)
    • Set country flag grand_embassy_government
    • Hidden effect:
      • Trigger country event "Generous Offer to Stay" in 10 days
Event button 547.png
Invite him to stay and study our army
  • (custom tooltip - delete this line)
  • One random country:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag RUS_had_event_1010 is set
    • Gain opinion modifier "Invited to Study Institutions" towards (Our country)
    • Set country flag grand_embassy_army
    • Hidden effect:
      • Trigger country event "Generous Offer to Stay" in 10 days
Event button 547.png
Invite him to stay and study our navy
  • (custom tooltip - delete this line)
  • One random country:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag RUS_had_event_1010 is set
    • Gain opinion modifier "Invited to Study Institutions" towards (Our country)
    • Set country flag grand_embassy_navy
    • Hidden effect:
      • Trigger country event "Generous Offer to Stay" in 10 days
Event button 547.png
He has overstayed his welcome...
  • One random country:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag RUS_had_event_1010 is set
    • Gain opinion modifier "Rejected Grand Embassy" towards (Our country)
    • Hidden effect:
      • Trigger country event "Request to Stay Turned Down" in 10 days


Msg event.pngGenerous Offer to Stay


Hearing of [Root.Monarch.GetName]'s reforms to modernize [Root.GetName], [From.GetName] has graciously invited us to extend our stay in [From.Capital.GetCapitalName] to take the opportunity to study their technological advancements.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Enabled if:

  • Country flag grand_embassy_government is set
Event button 547.png
Let us stay and study their governmental institutions
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.1 years of income
  • Hidden effect:
    • Trigger country event "Extended Visit Pays Off" in 30 days

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Enabled if:

  • Country flag grand_embassy_army is set
Event button 547.png
Let us stay and study their army
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.1 years of income
  • Hidden effect:
    • Trigger country event "Extended Visit Pays Off" in 30 days

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Enabled if:

  • Country flag grand_embassy_navy is set
Event button 547.png
Let us stay and study their navy
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.1 years of income
  • Hidden effect:
    • Trigger country event "Extended Visit Pays Off" in 30 days

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Always enabled:

Event button 547.png
No, we have other countries to visit
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.1 years of income
  • Hidden effect:
    • change_variable = {
   which = grand_embassy
   value = 1
}
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_government
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_army
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_navy
  • One random known country:
    • Limited to:
      • None of:
        • Country flag grand_embassy is set
      • Capital:
        • Continent is Europe
      • Technology group is Western technology group Western
      • Has at least +50 opinion of Flag of Russia Russia
      • None of:
        • is_rival = ROOT
      • None of:
        • is_enemy = ROOT
    • Trigger country event "Grand Embassy Arrives in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName]" in 30 days

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Always enabled:

Event button 547.png
The time has come to return home
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_government
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_army
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_navy
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy


Msg event.pngRequest to Stay Turned Down


In our attempts to modernize [Root.GetName], the study of technological advancements in western Europe could be valuable. Unfortunately, a request to prolong our stay in [From.Capital.GetCapitalName] in order to do so has been denied.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Enabled if:

  • None of:
    • Value of variable grand_embassy is at least 6
Event button 547.png
Very well, we have other countries to visit
  • Hidden effect:
    • change_variable = {
   which = grand_embassy
   value = 1
}
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_government
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_army
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_navy
  • One random known country:
    • Limited to:
      • None of:
        • Country flag grand_embassy is set
      • Capital:
        • Continent is Europe
      • Technology group is Western technology group Western
      • Has at least +50 opinion of Flag of Russia Russia
      • None of:
        • is_rival = ROOT
      • None of:
        • is_enemy = ROOT
    • Trigger country event "Grand Embassy Arrives in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName]" in 30 days

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Always enabled:

Event button 547.png
The time has come to return home
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_government
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_army
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_navy
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy


Msg event.pngExtended Visit Pays Off


[Root.Monarch.GetName]'s extended visit to [From.From.Capital.GetCapitalName] to personally study their technological advancements seems to have been worth the while.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Immediate effects
  • Hidden effect:
    • One of the following at random:
      • Province Gotland:
        • Set country flag minor_gain
      • Province Berlin:
        • Set country flag medium_gain
      • Province Gotland:
        • Set country flag major_gain

Option conditions

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Enabled if:

  • Country flag grand_embassy_government is set
Event button 547.png
Our governmental institutions will benefit from this!
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag minor_gain is set
    • Gain Administrative power.png 10 administrative power
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag medium_gain is set
    • Gain Administrative power.png 30 administrative power
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag major_gain is set
    • Gain Administrative power.png 50 administrative power
  • Gain country modifier "Western Governmental Influence" for 3650 days
  • Clear country flag minor_gain
  • Clear country flag medium_gain
  • Clear country flag major_gain
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_government
  • Hidden effect:
    • Trigger country event "Grand Embassy Successful" in 10 days

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Enabled if:

  • Country flag grand_embassy_army is set
Event button 547.png
Our armed forces will benefit from this!
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag minor_gain is set
    • Gain Military power.png 10 military power
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag medium_gain is set
    • Gain Military power.png 30 military power
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag major_gain is set
    • Gain Military power.png 50 military power
  • Gain country modifier "Western Military Influence" for 3650 days
  • Clear country flag minor_gain
  • Clear country flag medium_gain
  • Clear country flag major_gain
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_army
  • Hidden effect:
    • Trigger country event "Grand Embassy Successful" in 10 days

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Enabled if:

  • Country flag grand_embassy_navy is set
Event button 547.png
Our navy will benefit from this!
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag minor_gain is set
    • Gain Diplomatic power.png 10 diplomatic power
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag medium_gain is set
    • Gain Diplomatic power.png 30 diplomatic power
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Country flag major_gain is set
    • Gain Diplomatic power.png 50 diplomatic power
  • Gain country modifier "Western Naval Influence" for 3650 days
  • Clear country flag minor_gain
  • Clear country flag medium_gain
  • Clear country flag major_gain
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_navy
  • Hidden effect:
    • Trigger country event "Grand Embassy Successful" in 10 days


Msg event.pngGrand Embassy Successful


Our visit to [From.From.From.Capital.GetCapitalName] has been a success but the time has come to move on. The question is where to?


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Enabled if:

  • None of:
    • Value of variable grand_embassy is at least 6
Event button 547.png
We still have other countries to visit
  • Hidden effect:
    • change_variable = {
   which = grand_embassy
   value = 1
}
  • One random known country:
    • Limited to:
      • None of:
        • Country flag grand_embassy is set
      • Capital:
        • Continent is Europe
      • Technology group is Western technology group Western
      • Has at least +50 opinion of (Our country)
      • None of:
        • is_rival = ROOT
      • None of:
        • is_enemy = ROOT
    • Trigger country event "Grand Embassy Arrives in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName]" in 30 days

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Always enabled:

Event button 547.png
The time has come to return home
  • Clear country flag grand_embassy_government