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it's total trade power, so includes both trade power from ships and local trade power. If you hold onto Normandy it's quite easy, remember to make the CoT lv2 at leastHi all
Im playing Brit, and I have mission to get 85% trade power in the english channel, how is this possible plz be specifik, use ships or make local trade power buildinds, what else it sounds like alot?
Thx all for your time
If you send a merchant to collect in your home node, you don't lose the first bonus you mentioned right.My answer is, Colonies, Merchants, and Ships.
Merchants funnelling trade home provide you with +10% trade power bonus in your home node (so long as you only collect trade there).
Each colony over 10 provinces provides 1 merchant, and +5% global trade power, which is +15% trade power total in your home node.
Trade ships increase in base power as the game progresses from 2 (barques) to eventually 5(Great Frigates). Fleet trade power can be multiplied again by a burger privilege, a naval doctrine, admirals (+5% per maneouvre pip), and policies (Trade/Naval).
A big trading fleet is very....historical, as Britain.
Conquering the surrounding territory works too though
Yes, that's right.If you send a merchant to collect in your home node, you don't lose the first bonus you mentioned right.
You can occupy in war instead of actually annexing allEasiest way to get the most trade power is to just conquer all provinces in the English channel. Should be easy enough as gb.
I wouldn't bother to much with colonizing as you can just annex Castile and portugal later to get their colonies
Transfer age ability let's you net two of the 3, but best course is allying burgundy and restarting until burgundian inheritance fires your way. If allied to Austria then they can't declare war for the lowlandsThe Lowland English Channel CoTs are all in the HRE but also under PU with Burgundy meaning you can declare on Burgundy and peace out for those provinces without drawing the emperor in. Apart from increasing mercentilism can help and trade ships but mainly after you get the tech for tier 2 trade ships.
Well ive not played Britain since emperor but if you save scum burgundy when you can get france in a pu really easily anyway than why even play at that point?How often does burgundy rival you in games, cuz you could just save scum until burgundy picks you