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There is no justification for giving the Turks a bunch of events to do something ahistorical that they can do on their own using the regular game engine. Furthermore, as you're probably aware, stabhits and revoltrisk are minor penalties compared to the benefit of free conversions for wrong-culture provinces.tatertot18 said:I'm not suggesting free missonaries. I'm suggesting events triggered by conquests that allow the option of converting but at stability/money/revolt hits.
It depends for the Mughuls upon which era you're talking about.Yakman said:The major problem with Sunni missionaries is that the two major sunni states of the day [meaning the ones we should really focus on], the Ottomans and the Mughals, didn't convert their subjects. The Ottomans were content governing a polyglot Empire, and the Mughal court was full of Hindus. If either empire decides to go narrowminded and start converting, that's fine by me. But they shouldn't just receive free missionaries.
doktarr said:There is no justification for giving the Turks a bunch of events to do something ahistorical that they can do on their own using the regular game engine. Furthermore, as you're probably aware, stabhits and revoltrisk are minor penalties compared to the benefit of free conversions for wrong-culture provinces.
Wohoo! I love the list html feature:tatertot18 said:But allowing Burgundy to become France, even though it never historically happened is okay?
tatertot18 said:I suppose the specific threads on the OE are more in order? Do you know offhand if this has been discussed at all there?
That should be a "fantasy" series of events.Isaac Brock said:I don't object to events for what happens after the conquest of Vienna in principal. I do object to events that hand out huge advantages for very little cost.
For example I think an interesting choice, upon the fall of Vienna, would be for Sulieman to abandon the mantle of the Byzantines and choose instead the mantle of Charlemagne. The Ottomans could lose Arab, Greek and Slavonic cultures, and gain German. They could lose all cores in non-turkish cultrued provinces, and suffer a large revolr risk for 5 years. The capital would move to Vienna where there woudl be a new COT.
That would be interesting, and present real challenges to the Ottomans.
Yes, it probably would be worthwhile to add a trigger that the provinces have to be either catholic (in the case of the protestant reformation) or catholic/protestant (when the calvinist reformation starts up). Good call.