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modified trigger to be sure that england has something to do with India

Code:
#(1798-1801) Treaty of friendship with Great Britain
event = {
	id = 248001
	trigger = {
		exists = ENG
[COLOR="Yellow"]		event = 3045 #ENG: The east india company
	}[/COLOR]	
	random = no
	country = OMA
	name = "EVENTNAME248001" #Treaty of friendship and protection with Great Britain
	desc = "EVENTHIST248001"

	date = { day = 1 month = january year = 1798 }
	offset = 500
	deathdate = { day = 1 month = january year = 1801 }

	action_a = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME248001A" #Accept British protection
		command = { type = trigger which = 164000 } #ENG: British influence in Oman
		command = { type = trade value = 1000 }
		command = { type = domestic which = mercantilism value = -3 }
		command = { type = colonists value = 4 }
		command = { type = naval value = 500 }
		command = { type = explorer which = -1 }
		command = { type = relation which = ENG value = 100 }
		command = { type = relation which = FRA value = -100 }
		command = { type = stability value = 2 }
	}
	action_b = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME248001B" #Reject the treaty
		command = { type = relation which = ENG value = -100 }
		command = { type = domestic which = mercantilism value = 1 }
	}
}
 
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Going to spend today trying to get some of my stuff finished.

Every time I get round to it something monumental always goes wrong at home and diverts my attention, so today I'm going to barricade myself in the house so nothing will. :D

ENG stuff is easy enough (if time-consuming) but the Nap. Spain stuff I think will have to wait for next version (1.59?) because I play tested it a few weeks ago and it needs some refinement, one or two more events, and some more events for FRA, ENG, POR etc. to link the sequence a bit better.

Still, I think it's much better than what we had before. :)
 

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According to our colonial core policy, i propose to add an addcore command in the firs event, and there is a mistake in the trigger of the second event.

Code:
#(1693-1710) Trade in Calcutta
event = {
	id = 164603 #triggered by ProvinceSpec_338012 A
	random = no
	country = ENG
	name = "EVENTNAME164603" #Trade in Calcutta
	desc = "EVENTHIST164603"
	#-#In August of 1690, Job Charnok, an agent of the East India Company settled in Calcutta. A few years later, the EIC purchased the three villages of Sutanuti, Calcutta, and Saudagar. By 1699, the East Indian Company began developing Caluctta as Presidency city.

	action_a = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME164603A" #How exciting
		command = { type = treasury value = -50 }
		command = { type = inf which = 557 value = 2000 } #Ganges
		command = { type = provincetax which = 557 value = 2 } #Ganges
		[COLOR="Yellow"]command = { type = addcore which = 557 } #Ganges[/COLOR]
	}
}

Code:
#(1693-1710) Trade in Calcutta
event = {
	id = 164604 #triggered by ProvinceSpec_338012 [COLOR="Red"]A[/COLOR] [COLOR="Yellow"]B[/COLOR]
	random = no
	country = ENG
	name = "EVENTNAME164604" #Trade in Calcutta
	desc = "EVENTHIST164604"
	#-#In August of 1690, Job Charnok, an agent of the East India Company settled in Calcutta. A few years later, the EIC attempt to purchase three outlying villages of Sutanuti, Calcutta, and Saudagar was rejected.
	action_a = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME164604A" #They shall pay for this insult
		command = { type = addcore which = 557 } #Ganges
	}
}

modified trigger for two ENG events :

Code:
#(1737-1740) Captain Jenkins Ear
event = {
	id = 3041
	trigger = {
[COLOR="Yellow"]		exists = SPA
		OR = {
			owned = { province = 137 data = SPA } #Havana
			owned = { province = 138 data = SPA } #Moron
			owned = { province = 139 data = SPA } #Guantanamo
			owned = { province = 140 data = SPA } #Jamaica
			owned = { province = 141 data = SPA } #Les Cayes
			owned = { province = 142 data = SPA } #Tortuga
			owned = { province = 143 data = SPA } #Barahona
			owned = { province = 154 data = SPA } #Yaraguay
			owned = { province = 156 data = SPA } #Tocuvo
			owned = { province = 157 data = SPA } #Maracaibo
			owned = { province = 158 data = SPA } #Cartagena
			owned = { province = 178 data = SPA } #Caribe
			owned = { province = 223 data = SPA } #Aires
			owned = { province = 224 data = SPA } #Copetonas
			owned = { province = 225 data = SPA } #San Matias
			owned = { province = 161 data = SPA } #Cupica
			owned = { province = 162 data = SPA } #Cali
			owned = { province = 164 data = SPA } #Guayaquil
			owned = { province = 165 data = SPA } #Cajamarca
			owned = { province = 166 data = SPA } #Huanuco
			owned = { province = 168 data = SPA } #Lima
			owned = { province = 170 data = SPA } #Arequipa
			owned = { province = 171 data = SPA } #Moquega
			owned = { province = 172 data = SPA } #Arica
			owned = { province = 173 data = SPA } #Atacama
			owned = { province = 174 data = SPA } #Coquimbo
			owned = { province = 175 data = SPA } #Valparaiso
		}
	}[/COLOR]
	random = no
	country = ENG
	name = "EVENTNAME3041" #Captain Jenkins Ear
	desc = "EVENTHIST3041"
	#-#The War of Jenkins's Ear (which merged into the War of the Austrian Succession) was the result, amongst other things, of a minor, alleged confrontation between Spanish Guarda Costas and the Captain and crew of the Glasgow brig 'Rebecca' in 1731. Captain Jenkins claimed that, whilst in the Caribbean, his ship had been boarded by the Guarda Costa and his crew maltreated, and that the Spaniards had then cut off one of his ears. Additionally, he claimed he was tortured and threatened with death. There were no major actions fought during this war, although the declaration of war led to the dispatch of Anson's squadron to attack the coast of South America, and to finally circumnavigate the globe, and Admiral Edward Vernon's fleet attacked Spanish territory in the Caribbean.

	date = { day = 1 month = january year = 1737 }
	offset = 10
	deathdate = { day = 1 month = january year = 1740 }

	action_a = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME3041A" #Use it as an excuse for War
		command = { type = casusbelli which = SPA value = 24 }
		command = { type = relation which = SPA value = -150 }
		command = { type = stability value = 1 }
	}
	action_b = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME3041B" #Try not to severe our relation too much
		command = { type = relation which = SPA value = -50 }
		command = { type = stability value = -1 }
	}
}


#(1720) The South Seas Bubble - Flavor
event = {
	id = 21055
	trigger = {
[COLOR="Yellow"]		exists = SPA
		OR = {
			owned = { province = 137 data = SPA } #Havana
			owned = { province = 138 data = SPA } #Moron
			owned = { province = 139 data = SPA } #Guantanamo
			owned = { province = 140 data = SPA } #Jamaica
			owned = { province = 141 data = SPA } #Les Cayes
			owned = { province = 142 data = SPA } #Tortuga
			owned = { province = 143 data = SPA } #Barahona
			owned = { province = 154 data = SPA } #Yaraguay
			owned = { province = 156 data = SPA } #Tocuvo
			owned = { province = 157 data = SPA } #Maracaibo
			owned = { province = 158 data = SPA } #Cartagena
			owned = { province = 178 data = SPA } #Caribe
			owned = { province = 223 data = SPA } #Aires
			owned = { province = 224 data = SPA } #Copetonas
			owned = { province = 225 data = SPA } #San Matias
			owned = { province = 161 data = SPA } #Cupica
			owned = { province = 162 data = SPA } #Cali
			owned = { province = 164 data = SPA } #Guayaquil
			owned = { province = 165 data = SPA } #Cajamarca
			owned = { province = 166 data = SPA } #Huanuco
			owned = { province = 168 data = SPA } #Lima
			owned = { province = 170 data = SPA } #Arequipa
			owned = { province = 171 data = SPA } #Moquega
			owned = { province = 172 data = SPA } #Arica
			owned = { province = 173 data = SPA } #Atacama
			owned = { province = 174 data = SPA } #Coquimbo
			owned = { province = 175 data = SPA } #Valparaiso
		}
	}[/COLOR]
	random = no
	country = ENG
	name = "EVENTNAME21055" #The South Seas Bubble
	desc = "EVENTHIST21055"
	#-#The South Seas Company was originally chartered to trade with Spanish possessions in South America. Through dishonest means and speculation, the stock soared, and the company promised to take over 60 percent of the national debt. The attractive interest rates drew investors in droves, and the stock soared from 128 to 1000 from January to August 1720. This was the Bubble, which burst later that year, dropping the stock to 124, ruining both great and small investors. The Government was also implicated, with three Ministers of the Crown and both King's mistresses implicated in corruption and bribery. The effect on the economy and the country was severe.

	date = { day = 1 month = december year = 1720 }

	action_a = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME21055A" #The Bubble Bursts
		command = { type = inflation value = 5 }
		command = { type = stability value = -1 }
		command = { type = revoltrisk which = 60 value = 3 }
		command = { type = treasury value = -300 }
	}
}

To besure that Spain exists an that it owns colonial possessions
 
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THere are three events about Newton, i propose to delete the second and add 50 infra to the first

Code:
#(1687) Newton publishes Principia Mathematica - Flavor
#by Johan Andersson
event = {
	id = 1500
	random = no
	country = ENG
	name = "EVENTNAME1500" #Newton publishes Principia Mathematica
	desc = "EVENTHIST1500"
	#-#From 1684 to 1687 Isaac Newton worked continuously on a grand synthesis of the whole of mechanics, the Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, in which he developed his three laws of motion and showed in detail that the universal force of gravitation could explain the fall of an apple as well as the precise motions of planets and comets.

	date = { day = 0 month = january year = 1687 }
	offset = 360
	deathdate = { day = 0 month = january year = 1688 }

	action_a = {
		name = "OK"
		[COLOR="Yellow"]command = { type = infra value = 250 }[/COLOR]
		command = { type = land value = 200 }
		command = { type = naval value = 200 }
		command = { type = trade value = 200 }
	}
}

[COLOR="Red"]#(1687-1695) Isaac Newton - Flavor
#Edited by mfigueras
event = {
	id = 5054
	trigger = { domestic = { type = innovative value = 2 } }
	random = no
	country = ENG
	name = "EVENTNAME5054" #Isaac Newton
	desc = "EVENTHIST5054"
	#-#English physicist and mathematician Isaac Newton was the culminating figure of the scientific revolution of the 17th century. In optics his discovery of the composition of white light integrated the phenomena of colors into the science of light and laid the foundation for modern physical optics. In mechanics his three laws of motion the basic principles of modern physics resulted in the formulation of the law of universal gravitation. In mathematics he was the original discoverer of the infinitesimal calculus. Newton's 'Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy'	1687 was one of the most important single works in the history of modern science.

	date = { day = 1 month = march year = 1687 }
	offset = 120
	deathdate = { day = 29 month = december year = 1695 }

	action_a = {
		name = "OK"
		command = { type = infra value = 50 }
	}
}[/COLOR]

#(1704) Newton publishes Optica - Flavor
#by Johan Andersson
event = {
	id = 1501
	random = no
	country = ENG

	date = { day = 0 month = january year = 1704 }
	offset = 360
	deathdate = { day = 0 month = january year = 1705 }

	name = "EVENTNAME1501" #Newton publishes Optica
	desc = "EVENTHIST1501"
	#-#Newton's discoveries in optics were presented in his Optica (published in 1704) in which he elaborated his theory that light is composed of corpuscles or particles. His corpuscular theory dominated optics until the early 19th century when it was replaced by the wave theory of light.

	action_a = {
		name = "OK"
		command = { type = land value = 250 }
		command = { type = naval value = 250 }
	}
}

Another proposal for addcore in India

Code:
#(1630-1700) The Founding of Madras
event = {
	id = 164601 #triggered by ProvinceSpec_338013 A
	random = no
	country = ENG
	name = "EVENTNAME164601" #The Founding of Madras
	desc = "EVENTHIST164601"
	#-#In 1640, a stretch of land on the Bay of Bengal was successfully purchased, allowing for the construction of Madras which would be one of England's great toeholds in India.
	action_a = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME164601A" #How exciting
		command = { type = treasury value = 25 }
		command = { type = inf which = 571 value = 2000 } #Madras
		command = { type = provincetax which = 571 value = 2 } #Madras
		[COLOR="Yellow"]command = { type = addcore which = 571 } #Madras[/COLOR]
	}
}
#(1630-1700) Our Offer Was Rejected
event = {
	id = 164602 #triggered by ProvinceSpec_338013 B
	random = no
	country = ENG
	name = "EVENTNAME164602" #Our Offer Was Rejected
	desc = "EVENTHIST164602"
	#-#In 1640, the plan to construct a trading post on the Bay of Bengal was rejected by the owners of the land.
	action_a = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME164602A" #They shall pay for this insult
		command = { type = addcore which = 571 } #Madras
	}
}

Modified event for France in America :

Code:
#(1687-1690) Denonville's Parley
event = {
	id = 170078
	trigger = {
		#war = { country = FRA country = OHI }
		OR = {
			AND = {
				owned = { province = 91 data = -1 } #Onondaga
				provincereligion = { province = 90 data = pagan } #Mohawk
			}
			AND = {
				owned = { province = 92 data = -1 } #Niagara
				provincereligion = { province = 91 data = pagan } #Onondaga
			}
			AND = {
				owned = { province = 100 data = -1 } #Adirondak
				provincereligion = { province = 89 data = pagan } #Oswego
			}
		}
	}
	random = no
	country = FRA
	name = "EVENTNAME170078" #Denonville's Parley
	desc = "EVENTHIST170078"
	#-#In the Winter of 1687, Jacques-René de Brisay, Marquis de Denonville, and Governor of New France instructed the Intendant of New France, Jean Bochart de Champigny, sieur de Noroy de Verneuil to hold a grand festival at Fort Frontenac as a peace parley for the Iroquois who had been in a state of hostility to outright war since the days of Champlain. On the day of of the festival in June 1688 de Denonville arrived with 1600 armed troops and seized 1600 men, women and children along with the Mohawk Chief Orcanoue and brought them back to Quebec in chains. This treachery by the French outraged the Iroquois Confederacy who would go begin a new campaign to drive the French out of North America culminating at the Massacre of Lachine.

	date = { day = 1 month = february year = 1687 }
	offset = 10
	deathdate = { day = 28 month = december year = 1690 }

	action_a = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME170078A" #Seize them
		command = { type = population which = 110 value = 500 } #Stadacone
		#command = { type = relation which = OHI value = -200 }
		[COLOR="Yellow"]command = { type = badboy value = 1 } [/COLOR]
		#command = { type = trigger which = 246001 } #OHI: de Denonville's Parley
	}
	action_b = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME170078B" #We need peace
		#command = { type = relation which = OHI value = 50 }
		#command = { type = dynastic which = OHI }
[COLOR="Yellow"]		command = { type = INF which = 110 value = 1000 }
		command = { type = treasury value = -10 } [/COLOR]
	}
}
 
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As per Yoda's request

Note - I do not have full access to one part as it says I need administrator access... so here goes

#(1485) Hastings' Rebellion - Ahistorical
event = {
id = 164267
trigger = {
monarch = 046006 #Richard III
event = 164266 #ENG: The Great Betrayal
}
random = no
country = ENG
name = "EVENTNAME164267" #Hastings' Rebellion
desc = "EVENTHIST164267"
#-#Of all the mistakes and errors of judgment Richard III made during his brief reign, allowing his elder brother's best friend to live was probably the greatest. After being spared his life on the condition that he swear an oath of loyalty to Richard as his rightful sovereign, Hastings was seemingly out of danger -, Richard, however, was not. On April 9th, 1485, the anniversary of Edward IV's death, Hastings and his faithful retainers rose up in revolt, demanding the trial of King Richard for his various wicked crimes against both the late King Edward and his family and the common people of England. Hastings' goals were to oust Richard, restore Edward V or his brother if either were alive, and put Richard on trial in a manner not too dissimilar to that which would bring about the downfall of Charles I. Though popular and respected by many, the fear of Richard's reprisal was greater, and Hastings' rebellion was put down relatively quickly. Hastings was executed and his lands being absorbed into the crown. To Richard, it was Pyrrhic victory -, he'd defended his throne on the field of battle (and not for the first time, nor the last), and a major thorn in his side had been removed. On the other hand, his unpopularity with the common people soared - to them, Hastings had been one of the few reminders of the success and popularity of Edward IV's later years. Now he was gone, and Richard would soon follow him.

date = { day = 9 month = april year = 1485 } #anniversary of Edward IV's death

action_a = {
name = "ACTIONNAME164267A" #Is there not a man in this kingdom I can trust!?
command = { type = stability value = -2 }
command = { type = revoltrisk which = 6 value = 10 }
command = { type = revolt which = -2 }
command = { type = revolt which = -1 }
command = { type = revolt which = -1 }
#command = { type = sleepleader which = 046397 } #Lord Hastings (ENG) #a rebel leader now, obviously
}
}


...........................

remove the leader 046397 - lord Hastings as he never was a leader , he is dormant so it will not create an issue

.............................

#(1483) The Great Betrayal
event = {
id = 164266
random = no
country = ENG
name = "EVENTNAME164266" #The Great Betrayal
desc = "EVENTHIST164266"
#-#If there was one man who could be considered the perfect servant of the House of York, it was William Hastings. Hastings succeeded his father in service to the York family and through his allegiance became a trusted friend and military partner to the future Edward IV, whom he was to serve loyally all his life. He fought with Edward at the Battle of Mortimer's Cross and was present at the proclamation of Edward as king in London on March 4th 1461 and then when the new king secured his crown at the Battle of Towton shortly thereafter. Hastings was also one of the leaders of the 1475 expedition to France, as well as de facto ruler of the kingdom whenever Edward was ill or otherwise absent from court. With the establishment of the Yorkist regime, Hastings became one of the key figures in the realm, most importantly as Lord Chamberlain, an office he held for the duration of the reign and which made him one of the most important means of access to the king. He was also created Baron Hastings, a title reinforced by grants of land and office, primarily in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire. His importance in these years is recorded in a number of sources and was recognized by the greatest peer of the realm, Warwick the Kingmaker, who gave Hastings his widowed sister Katharine Neville in marriage. Furthermore, Hastings supported Gloucester in his coup at Stony Stratford, considering him a safe pair of hands in contrast to the unpredictable and power-hungry Woodville family. With time, however, Gloucester's ambitions boiled over - not content with having himself appointed undisputed Lord Protector after the arrest of Rivers and Grey, Gloucester had Hastings and his entourage arrested at a council meeting in the Tower in June, 1483. Without trial or even a valid sentence against him, Hastings was then immediately led out into the courtyard and executed. Gloucester knew that if he did indeed seek the throne, Hastings would have to go. Of course, he could have been spared, but it was clear from the outset that Hastings' loyalty was always going to be to the children of Edward IV, his sovereign and best friend. Dealing with a man so loyal and popular was always going to be difficult...

date = { day = 13 month = june year = 1483 }

action_a = {
name = "ACTIONNAME164266A" #If he's not with me, he's against me!
command = { type = stability value = -1 }
command = { type = revoltrisk which = 24 value = 6 }
command = { type = sleepevent which = 164267 } #ENG: Hastings' Rebellion
}
action_b = {
name = "ACTIONNAME164266B" #Not poor Hastings, the most loyal son of York...
command = { type = stability value = -1 }
command = { type = revoltrisk which = 24 value = 3 }
#command = { type = wakeleader which = XXXXX } #Lord Hastings (ENG)
}
}

...............................

#(1483) To Kill a King
event = {
id = 21110
trigger = {
monarch = 046006 #Richard Plantagenet (Edward V)
}
random = no
country = ENG
name = "EVENTNAME21110" #To Kill a King
desc = "EVENTHIST21110"
#-#After the success of his political coup at Stony Stratford, Gloucester had a free reign in the everyday upbringing of the King, not to mention an unparalleled level of influence over his decisions. Having pleaded with the Queen to release the ten year-old Duke of York from his sanctuary at Westminster, the royal brothers were inturned in the Tower - , the traditional residence of a king before his coronation, and in no way sinister or against the ordinary. From here, Gloucester's decisions proved fatal. He was undisputed ruler of the kingdom - at least until the coronation, and probably afterwards as well. According to legend, like de Montfort before him and Cromwell after, Gloucester was asked numerous times to take the crown so as to ensure stability - something a minor on the throne had never provided. Eventually, he accepted, though it would of course be naïve to suggest his actions had never taken this into account from at least Hastings' execution, if not right from Stony Stratford. Furthermore, even had Gloucester indeed been offered the crown, it is almost impossible to believe that anyone would have condoned the murder of the King and his brother - regardless of who was actually responsible. What is clear is that the events of June 1483 were what was forever the month that blackened the name of Richard of Gloucester and ultimately sealed the fate of his dynasty. The actions of the man known unto history as King Richard III were at no point a foregone conclusion, and he must have thought long and hard as to whether the course of action he was about to undertake was a sound one. On the one hand, Gloucester was a skilled administrator with a proven record of military success, in particular during the Anglo-Scottishs war during the last years of his brother's reign. His arguments for claiming the throne were simple, he was the best man for the job: he could provide England with firm and stable leadership, and history had proven that a minor on the throne meant only anarchy and uncertainty. Moreover, argued Richard, his nephews were both bastards by virtue of their father's alleged pre-marriage contract. On the other hand, tThe young Edward was undeniably his father's eldest son - legitimate or not. Could Richard seriously expect to pull off a double-regicide and get away with it? The choice was simple: rule as Lord Protector (which was, afterall, King in all but name) until King Edward came of age, or murder his own flesh & blood and take the throne for himself, risking rebellion, anarchy and complete diplomatic isolation in the process. Not until the days of Oliver Cromwell would an Englishman wield so much power with such devastating results...

date = { day = 20 month = june year = 1483 }

action_a = {
name = "ACTIONNAME21110A" #King Richard, eh?
command = { type = wakemonarch which = 046046 } #Richard III
command = { type = wakeleader which = 046314 } #Richard III (ENG)
command = { type = sleepleader which = 046313 } #Gloucester (ENG)
command = { type = relation which = FRA value = -25 }
command = { type = relation which = SCO value = -25 }
command = { type = relation which = BRI value = -25 }
command = { type = relation which = HAB value = -25 }
command = { type = revoltrisk which = 24 value = 10 }
command = { type = revolt which = -2 } #Edward's supporters
command = { type = revolt which = -1 } #Edward's supporters
command = { type = revolt which = -1 } #Edward's supporters
command = { type = treasury value = 100 } #Richard controls the treasury
command = { type = stability value = -3 }
command = { type = diplomats value = -6 }
command = { type = badboy value = 5 }
}
action_b = {
name = "ACTIONNAME21110B" #There is already a King of England!
command = { type = wakemonarch which = 046047 } #Edward V
command = { type = wakemonarch which = 046048 } #Richard III °
command = { type = wakeleader which = 046407 } #Edward V (ENG)
command = { type = wakeleader which = 046408 } #Richmond (ENG)
command = { type = sleepmonarch which = 046008 } #Henry VII
command = { type = sleepmonarch which = 046009 } #Henry VIII
command = { type = revoltrisk which = 24 value = 2 }
command = { type = revolt which = -1 } #Gloucester's supporters
command = { type = stability value = -1 }
command = { type = sleepevent which = 164269 } #ENG: Titulus Regius
}
}

.......................................

#(1485) The Court of King Edward - Ahistorical
event = {
id = 164268
trigger = {
monarch = 046049 #Anthony Woodville (Edward V) °
}
random = no
country = ENG
name = "EVENTNAME164268" #The Court of King Edward
desc = "EVENTHIST164268"
#-#After the events of Stony Stratford, Earl Rivers' domination of the young King Edward V was complete. His only major rival had been Richard of Gloucester, the King's uncle, who had - rather surprisingly - decided to concede the Protectorate to Rivers on hearing the King's pleas to do so. On submitting to the young King's will, Gloucester retired to his powerbase in the North, which he would continue to rule on behalf of his nephew with great diligence and popularity until his death. From 1483 until Edward declared his majority in 1490, Rivers and the rest of the Woodville family ruled over an increasingly prosperous and stable kingdom. By 1490 the throne of England had been ruled by two Yorkist kings, the transition between the two being both undisputed and peaceful: a first since the death of Henry V in 1422. Richard of Gloucester never quite forgave the Queen and her family's increasing influence of his nephews, but not once after Stony Stratford did he mention the subject again, instead choosing to accept political defeat and remain a loyal - if embittered - subject of the King.

date = { day = 25 month = december year = 1485 }

action_a = {
name = "ACTIONNAME164268A" #All is safe in our glorious kingdom of York!
command = { type = provincetax which = 240 value = 1 } #Northumberland
command = { type = provincetax which = 241 value = 1 } #Yorkshire
command = { type = provincetax which = 242 value = 1 } #Lancashire
command = { type = provincetax which = 243 value = 1 } #Wales
command = { type = provincetax which = 244 value = 1 } #Midlands
command = { type = provincetax which = 245 value = 1 } #Lincoln
command = { type = provincetax which = 246 value = 1 } #Bristol
command = { type = provincetax which = 247 value = 1 } #Anglia
command = { type = provincetax which = 248 value = 1 } #Kent
command = { type = provincetax which = 249 value = 1 } #Wessex
command = { type = provincetax which = 250 value = 1 } #Cornwall
command = { type = domestic which = aristocracy value = 1 }
command = { type = domestic which = serfdom value = -1 }
command = { type = domestic which = centralization value = -1 }
command = { type = domestic which = innovative value = 1 }
command = { type = revoltrisk which = 24 value = -10 }
command = { type = stability value = 3 }
}
}

............................

#(1483) Stony Stratford
event = {
id = 164265
trigger = {
monarch = 046006 #Richard Plantagenet (Edward V)
}
random = no
country = ENG
name = "EVENTNAME164265" #Stony Stratford
desc = "EVENTHIST164265"
#-#The rise of Richard of Gloucester to the throne of England was never an immediately obvious one. Gloucester had been exemplary in his continued loyalty and support towards King Edward during his lifetime, especially in stark contrast to their other brother, Clarence, who time and time again had rebelled against Edward's rule - and paid the ultimate price for it. Though the will of Edward IV no longer survives, historians generally believe that Gloucester was to be appointed Lord Protector during his nephew's minority. Afterall, Gloucester, along with Lord Hastings, was the single most loyal and experienced man in the Yorkist camp. Moreover, after Edward's issue he was heir to the throne. Thus, aAt Stony Stratford on the night of April 30th, 1483, Gloucester had Earl Rivers and Sir Richard Grey (the King's half-brother) arrested for treason and sent to Pontefract Castle, one of Gloucester's northern strongholds. The securing of the young King's person was seen as an effective way of preserving the continuity and stability of the realm under those whom it was considered were best-placed to look after him, and at the time was certainly never perceived as a move against the King himself. Earl Rivers, the Queen's brother, was seen by the Woodville faction as an alternative to Gloucester as Lord Protector, and indeed, it is said that King Edward pleaded with his uncle not to arrest his Woodville favourites. Furthermore, Lord Hastings enthusiastically backed Gloucester's coup at Stony Stratford: as far as most people were concerned,. Gloucester was simply protecting his nephew from the what was seen as the largely negative and highly suspicious influence of the Queen and her family. For as long as he commanded Hastings' loyalty and support, Gloucester's actions were vindicated.

date = { day = 30 month = april year = 1483 }

action_a = {
name = "ACTIONNAME164265A" #I am Lord Protector!
command = { type = stability value = 1 }
command = { type = sleepevent which = 164268 } #ENG: The Court of King Edward
}
action_b = {
name = "ACTIONNAME164265B" #Let Rivers run the show...
command = { type = wakemonarch which = 046049 } #Anthony Woodville (Edward V) °
command = { type = wakemonarch which = 046047 } #Edward V
command = { type = wakemonarch which = 046048 } #Richard III °
command = { type = wakeleader which = 09347 } #Edward V (ENG)
command = { type = wakeleader which = 09348 } #Richmond (ENG)
command = { type = sleepmonarch which = 046008 } #Henry VII
command = { type = sleepmonarch which = 046009 } #Henry VIII
command = { type = stability value = -1 }
command = { type = revoltrisk which = 24 value = 3 }
command = { type = sleepevent which = 164266 } #ENG: The Great Betrayal
command = { type = sleepevent which = 21110 } #ENG: To Kill a King
}
}


Ignore this post until i finish it as I have only part access to events which are not mine
 
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post 3106 continuation

not sure if all events are here as i have limited access.

path goes

option 1......164265----A --- 164266 ----211120 ----164267
164268 NEVER FIRES

option 2.......164265----B ----164267 ------164268
21110 AND 164266 NEVER FIRE

END RESULT IS
option 1 end historically

option 2 end with woodville as monarch, he will die in 1490 and Henry VII will get the throne although 5 years into his realm

I parsed events and they are OK

let me know what other file is missing
 

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Thanks for helping. This is really hard for now, not to mention we have now more than 15 ghost pages in this thread and not even easy to access last "correct" available page without error.
 

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Thanks for helping. This is really hard for now, not to mention we have now more than 15 ghost pages in this thread and not even easy to access last "correct" available page without error.

yea true, your compiler thread for 1.58 is missing too
 

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