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Dear EU4 community,

after I researched a lot for my Baden events thread (https://forum.paradoxplaza.com/foru...w-in-the-proper-thread.1000926/#post-22456402), I thought it is time to add events for Wurttemberg as well - so that Baden-Württemberg is reunited again ;)

Please find below my suggestions. Feel free to add, change or discuss any of them :)

EUV Württemberg Events



The Treaty of Nürtingen

The Treaty of Nürtingen was a treaty in German history, signed on 25 January 1442. It divided the county of Württemberg between count Ludwig I and his brother count Ulrich V.

Fires: 1444-1480

+0,5 yearly autonomy, -5 Prestige, -10 Legitimacy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Nürtingen



The Estates of Wurttemberg

The Estates of Wurttemberg were established with the peace treaty of 1316 and the “Landschaft” played an important role in the politics of the state for the centuries to come. Especially after the division of Wurttemberg, and with the Treaty of Tübingen in 1514 the role of the Estates was strengthened. The Estates in Wurttemberg were more influential than in most other German states and influence for the Estates was exchanged for money for the crown.

Fires: 1440-1520

Gain: +1Stability, +5Legitimacy, +0,5 yearly income

Lose: +X monthly autonomy (?)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estates_of_Württemberg

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Württembergische_Landstände





Eberhard I, “The Bearded”, Duke of Wurttemberg

Duke Eberhard I, was married to a prestigious bride, Barbara, daughter of Ludovico III Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua and was named member of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre. In 1482 Pope Sixtus IV awarded him the Golden Rose. In 1492 he was awarded the Order of the Golden Fleece, by Maximilian I, then King of Germany.

Fires 1460-1500

Gain: +5Pretige, +5Legitimacy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eberhard_I,_Duke_of_Württemberg



The University of Tübingen

In 1477, Duke Eberhard I, founded the University of Tübingen, as one of the oldest universities of Central Europe. The first faculties were Theology, Law, Medicine, Philosophy. The university helped to shape the state’s intellectual life.

Fires: 1470-1490

Gain: +20Admin power, +20Diplo Power, +5Prestige

http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/en/university/history-of-the-university.html



The Reunification

With the Treaties of Münsingen 1482 and Esslingen 1492, Count Eberhard V, later Duke Eberhard I of Württemberg, obtained the rule over the whole land and moved the capital to Stuttgart.

Fires: 1480-1500

Gain: +5 Prestige, + 10Legitimacy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Münsingen https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esslinger_Vertrag



Duke Ulrich of Wurttemberg, the early years

Duke Ulrich of Württemberg (1487 –1550) succeeded his kinsman Eberhard II as Duke of Württemberg in 1498. He was declared of age in 1503. In Württemberg Ulrich had become very unpopular. His extravagance had led to a large accumulation of debt, and his subjects were irritated by his oppressive methods of raising money, as well as by his treatment of his wife Duchess Sabina of Bavaria. In 1519 he was driven out of Wurttemberg and exiled.

Fires 1500-1520

Lose: -10Prestige, -10 Legitimacy, +1Inflation

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulrich,_Duke_of_Württemberg





The Arme Konrad

The Poor Conrad (Armer Konrad) was the name of several secret peasants' leagues, which in 1514 revolted against the rule of Duke Ulrich of Württemberg. The rebels adopted the term used by the nobility to mock them, meaning "poor fellow" or "poor devil". The battle flag of the rebels depicted a farmer lying in front of a cross, under the words Der arme Conrad.

Fires: 1510-1530

Lose: -1Stability, risk of Rebel army (The Arme Konrad)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poor_Conrad









Habsburgian Control

After Duke Ulrich of Wurttemberg was expelled in 1519, Charles V, ruler of the Holy Roman Empire of German Nation transferred Wurttemberg to his brother Ferdinand I, who took control over the territories of Wurttemberg.

Fires: 1510-1530

Lose: -10Prestige, -10Legitimacy

Gain: +20Opinion modifier “Habsburger lands” with Austria

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Württemberg#Herzogtum_von_1495_bis_1806





Duke Ulrich returns

After the outbreak of the Peasants’s war, Duke Ulrich signed himself as “Ulrich the peasant” and, after some attempts, restored his rule over Wurttemberg with the support of the landgrave of Hessen and Swiss and French mercenaries in 1534. During his exile, Ulrich converted to the Protestant faith and promoted the doctrines of Luther and Zwingli in his lands.

Fires: 1530-1550

Gain: +5Prestige, +5Legitimacy

Gain: Center of Reformation



The Evangelische Stift at University of Tübingen

The University's history is closely tied to the Evangelische Stift, founded in 1536 as a school of divinity, teaching Protestant Theology. A number of famous names studied at the Evangelische Stift – Johannes Kepler enrolled in 1587; other students here include the poets and writers Hölderlin, Hauff and Mörike and the philosophers Hegel and Schelling.

Fires: 1530-1550

Gain: +X tolerance for heretics (if Catholic) / or +X tolerance of the true believe (Protestantism), +10Prestige

http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/en/university/history-of-the-university.html



The Thirty Years’ War, Poverty, Pest and Starvation

During the religious war, Wurttemberg suffered under the constant occupations and lootings and was among the most affected territories in the HRE. War, poverty and starvation, together with the pest, halved the population in the first half of the 17th century.

Fires: 1610-1630

Lose (for 30 years or, until End of League War, or the “A skillful Diplomat and the Westphalian Peace” Event) : +5% development costs modifier, -10% tax income

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Württemberg#Herzogtum_von_1495_bis_1806



A skillful Diplomat and The Westphalian Peace

During the negotiations of the Westphalian Peace treaty, our diplomat Johann Konrad Varnbüler was able to restore the borders of Württemberg from before the war and regained lost territories. This success was the start of a rebuilding process of our devastated lands.

Fires: 30years after the “The Thirty Years’ War, Poverty, Pest and Starvation“ Event, or with the End of the League Wars

Gain: +5Prestige, +10Admin Power, +50Diplo Power and lose malus of “The Thirty Years’ War, Poverty, Pest and Starvation“ Event (+5% development costs modifier, -10% tax income)

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Konrad_Varnbüler https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Württemberg#Herzogtum_von_1495_bis_1806



Pietism

The teachings of Philipp Spener, the “father of Pietism” were adopted by many people in our lands and Wurttemberg soon became one of the first and most dedicated centers of Protestant Pietism in Europe. Johann Andreas Hochstetter and others spread the words of hard work, the proverbial Swabian parsimony and the studies of the holy bible and a devote religiously life.

Fires: 1630-1700

Gain: +1Missionar, +0,1 yearly devotion, +10% production efficiency until 1821

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pietismus#W.C3.BCrttemberg



The Waldensians in Wurttemberg

Several thousand Waldenses had to flee from Italy and France to Germany. In 1700, Eberhard Louis, Duke of Württemberg invited the Waldensians to his territory and guaranteed their freedom of religion. The Waldensians settlements in our lands led to an economic boost. In addition, the Waldensians introduced the potato.

Fires: 1690-1710

Gain: +X Tolerance of Heretics, +3montly income

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waldensians#Germany







Ludwigsburg Palace

Duke Eberhard Ludwig of Württemberg laid the foundation stone for his new residence in 1704. One year later, the site was named "Ludwigsburg". The palace is famous for its gardens and art and worthy residence for our rulers. In 1709, the city of Ludwigsburg got founded in close proximity to the castle.

Fires: 1700-1710

Gain: +5Prestige

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwigsburg_Palace



Joseph Süß Oppenheimer

Joseph Süß Oppenheimer (1698 – 1738) was a German Jewish banker and advisor for Duke Karl Alexander of Württemberg in Stuttgart. He was a nephew and stepson of the banker Samuel Oppenheimer. During his duties, the income of the state grew considerably. Both, Oppenheimer and Duke Karl Alexander, who was a converted Catholic, have been welcomed by the dominating protestant nobility and peasants with mistrust and malevolence. After the death of Duke Karl Alexander, Oppenheimer was executed.

Fires: 1730-1740

Gain: +0.5 yearly income

Lose: +1national unrest, -5Legitimacy, -X Tolerance of Heretics.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Süß_Oppenheimer

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Süß_Oppenheimer







Carl Eugen the Absolutist Ruler

Duke Carl Eugen was in his earlier years an absolutist ruler. He suppressed liberals and inspired the poet Friedrich Schiller for some of his works. His involvement in the Seven Years’ War and his pompous style of government bankrupted the state.

Fires: 1740-1770

Lose: -3month of income, 1Stability

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Württemberg#Herzogtum_von_1495_bis_1806

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Eugene,_Duke_of_Württemberg



Friedrich Schiller

Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (1759 – 1805) was a German poet, philosopher, physician, historian, and playwright. His work, “Die Räuber” (The Robbers) (1781), inspired many people in their fight for freedom, and against corruption, suppression and despotism and caused unrest in our lands. Schiller got arrested and later fled our lands.

Fires: 1770-1790

Gain: +1 National Unrest

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Schiller



Carl Eugen and Franziska von Hohenheim

To his 50th birthday, Carl Eugen Duke of Wurttemberg announced several changes. He supported education and showed big interest in pedagogics and agricultural studies. He laid the foundation for the Herzögliche Öffentliche Bibliothek, a public library, the educational institute at Solitude palace, and was the inspiration behind the University of Hohenheim and its botanic gardens. He founded an Académie des arts and named himself Rector perpetuus of the University of Tübingen. Malicious gossip has it that his second wife Franziska von Hohenheim had a positive influence on these decisions…

Fires: 1770-1790

Gain: +5Prestige, +20Admin Power, +10Diplo Power

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Eugene,_Duke_of_Württemberg

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Eugen_(Württemberg)



The German Medialization

The Reichsdeputationshauptschluss of 1803 was the major territorial restructuring of German states under the military and diplomatic pressure of Napoleonic France. Wurttemberg lost her territories left of the river Rhine, but was compensated with much larger territories. Due to their diplomatic efforts Wurttemberg gained more than three times the territory they lost, including Reutlingen and Heilbronn and gained the status as electoral prince.

Fires: 1800-1810

Gain: +5Prestige, +10% tax income



The King of Wurttemberg

Frederick II of the Duke of Wurttemberg assumed the title of King of Wurttemberg in 1806. He abrogated the constitution, and united the lands of Württemberg and placed the property of the church under government control, and greatly extended the borders of the kingdom.

Fires: 1805-1815

Gain: +5Prestige, +0.5yearly income

EUV Württemberg Events





The Treaty of Nürtingen

The Treaty of Nürtingen was a treaty in German history, signed on 25 January 1442. It divided the county of Württemberg between count Ludwig I and his brother count Ulrich V.

Fires: 1444-1480

+0,5 yearly autonomy, -5 Prestige, -10 Legitimacy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Nürtingen



The Estates of Wurttemberg

The Estates of Wurttemberg were established with the peace treaty of 1316 and the “Landschaft” played an important role in the politics of the state for the centuries to come. Especially after the division of Wurttemberg, and with the Treaty of Tübingen in 1514 the role of the Estates was strengthened. The Estates in Wurttemberg were more influential than in most other German states and influence for the Estates was exchanged for money for the crown.

Fires: 1440-1520

Gain: +1Stability, +5Legitimacy, +0,5 yearly income

Lose: +X monthly autonomy (?)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estates_of_Württemberg

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Württembergische_Landstände





Eberhard I, “The Bearded”, Duke of Wurttemberg

Duke Eberhard I, was married to a prestigious bride, Barbara, daughter of Ludovico III Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua and was named member of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre. In 1482 Pope Sixtus IV awarded him the Golden Rose. In 1492 he was awarded the Order of the Golden Fleece, by Maximilian I, then King of Germany.

Fires 1460-1500

Gain: +5Pretige, +5Legitimacy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eberhard_I,_Duke_of_Württemberg



The University of Tübingen

In 1477, Duke Eberhard I, founded the University of Tübingen, as one of the oldest universities of Central Europe. The first faculties were Theology, Law, Medicine, Philosophy. The university helped to shape the state’s intellectual life.

Fires: 1470-1490

Gain: +20Admin power, +20Diplo Power, +5Prestige

http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/en/university/history-of-the-university.html



The Reunification

With the Treaties of Münsingen 1482 and Esslingen 1492, Count Eberhard V, later Duke Eberhard I of Württemberg, obtained the rule over the whole land and moved the capital to Stuttgart.

Fires: 1480-1500

Gain: +5 Prestige, + 10Legitimacy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Münsingen https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esslinger_Vertrag



Duke Ulrich of Wurttemberg, the early years

Duke Ulrich of Württemberg (1487 –1550) succeeded his kinsman Eberhard II as Duke of Württemberg in 1498. He was declared of age in 1503. In Württemberg Ulrich had become very unpopular. His extravagance had led to a large accumulation of debt, and his subjects were irritated by his oppressive methods of raising money, as well as by his treatment of his wife Duchess Sabina of Bavaria. In 1519 he was driven out of Wurttemberg and exiled.

Fires 1500-1520

Lose: -10Prestige, -10 Legitimacy, +1Inflation

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulrich,_Duke_of_Württemberg





The Arme Konrad

The Poor Conrad (Armer Konrad) was the name of several secret peasants' leagues, which in 1514 revolted against the rule of Duke Ulrich of Württemberg. The rebels adopted the term used by the nobility to mock them, meaning "poor fellow" or "poor devil". The battle flag of the rebels depicted a farmer lying in front of a cross, under the words Der arme Conrad.

Fires: 1510-1530

Lose: -1Stability, risk of Rebel army (The Arme Konrad)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poor_Conrad









Habsburgian Control

After Duke Ulrich of Wurttemberg was expelled in 1519, Charles V, ruler of the Holy Roman Empire of German Nation transferred Wurttemberg to his brother Ferdinand I, who took control over the territories of Wurttemberg.

Fires: 1510-1530

Lose: -10Prestige, -10Legitimacy

Gain: +20Opinion modifier “Habsburger lands” with Austria

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Württemberg#Herzogtum_von_1495_bis_1806





Duke Ulrich returns

After the outbreak of the Peasants’s war, Duke Ulrich signed himself as “Ulrich the peasant” and, after some attempts, restored his rule over Wurttemberg with the support of the landgrave of Hessen and Swiss and French mercenaries in 1534. During his exile, Ulrich converted to the Protestant faith and promoted the doctrines of Luther and Zwingli in his lands.

Fires: 1530-1550

Gain: +5Prestige, +5Legitimacy

Gain: Center of Reformation



The Evangelische Stift at University of Tübingen

The University's history is closely tied to the Evangelische Stift, founded in 1536 as a school of divinity, teaching Protestant Theology. A number of famous names studied at the Evangelische Stift – Johannes Kepler enrolled in 1587; other students here include the poets and writers Hölderlin, Hauff and Mörike and the philosophers Hegel and Schelling.

Fires: 1530-1550

Gain: +X tolerance for heretics (if Catholic) / or +X tolerance of the true believe (Protestantism), +10Prestige

http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/en/university/history-of-the-university.html



The Thirty Years’ War, Poverty, Pest and Starvation

During the religious war, Wurttemberg suffered under the constant occupations and lootings and was among the most affected territories in the HRE. War, poverty and starvation, together with the pest, halved the population in the first half of the 17th century.

Fires: 1610-1630

Lose (for 30 years or, until End of League War, or the “A skillful Diplomat and the Westphalian Peace” Event) : +5% development costs modifier, -10% tax income

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Württemberg#Herzogtum_von_1495_bis_1806



A skillful Diplomat and The Westphalian Peace

During the negotiations of the Westphalian Peace treaty, our diplomat Johann Konrad Varnbüler was able to restore the borders of Württemberg from before the war and regained lost territories. This success was the start of a rebuilding process of our devastated lands.

Fires: 30years after the “The Thirty Years’ War, Poverty, Pest and Starvation“ Event, or with the End of the League Wars

Gain: +5Prestige, +10Admin Power, +50Diplo Power and lose malus of “The Thirty Years’ War, Poverty, Pest and Starvation“ Event (+5% development costs modifier, -10% tax income)

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Konrad_Varnbüler https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Württemberg#Herzogtum_von_1495_bis_1806



Pietism

The teachings of Philipp Spener, the “father of Pietism” were adopted by many people in our lands and Wurttemberg soon became one of the first and most dedicated centers of Protestant Pietism in Europe. Johann Andreas Hochstetter and others spread the words of hard work, the proverbial Swabian parsimony and the studies of the holy bible and a devote religiously life.

Fires: 1630-1700

Gain: +1Missionar, +0,1 yearly devotion, +10% production efficiency until 1821

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pietismus#W.C3.BCrttemberg



The Waldensians in Wurttemberg

Several thousand Waldenses had to flee from Italy and France to Germany. In 1700, Eberhard Louis, Duke of Württemberg invited the Waldensians to his territory and guaranteed their freedom of religion. The Waldensians settlements in our lands led to an economic boost. In addition, the Waldensians introduced the potato.

Fires: 1690-1710

Gain: +X Tolerance of Heretics, +3montly income

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waldensians#Germany







Ludwigsburg Palace

Duke Eberhard Ludwig of Württemberg laid the foundation stone for his new residence in 1704. One year later, the site was named "Ludwigsburg". The palace is famous for its gardens and art and worthy residence for our rulers. In 1709, the city of Ludwigsburg got founded in close proximity to the castle.

Fires: 1700-1710

Gain: +5Prestige

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwigsburg_Palace



Joseph Süß Oppenheimer

Joseph Süß Oppenheimer (1698 – 1738) was a German Jewish banker and advisor for Duke Karl Alexander of Württemberg in Stuttgart. He was a nephew and stepson of the banker Samuel Oppenheimer. During his duties, the income of the state grew considerably. Both, Oppenheimer and Duke Karl Alexander, who was a converted Catholic, have been welcomed by the dominating protestant nobility and peasants with mistrust and malevolence. After the death of Duke Karl Alexander, Oppenheimer was executed.

Fires: 1730-1740

Gain: +0.5 yearly income

Lose: +1national unrest, -5Legitimacy, -X Tolerance of Heretics.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Süß_Oppenheimer

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Süß_Oppenheimer







Carl Eugen the Absolutist Ruler

Duke Carl Eugen was in his earlier years an absolutist ruler. He suppressed liberals and inspired the poet Friedrich Schiller for some of his works. His involvement in the Seven Years’ War and his pompous style of government bankrupted the state.

Fires: 1740-1770

Lose: -3month of income, 1Stability

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Württemberg#Herzogtum_von_1495_bis_1806

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Eugene,_Duke_of_Württemberg



Friedrich Schiller

Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (1759 – 1805) was a German poet, philosopher, physician, historian, and playwright. His work, “Die Räuber” (The Robbers) (1781), inspired many people in their fight for freedom, and against corruption, suppression and despotism and caused unrest in our lands. Schiller got arrested and later fled our lands.

Fires: 1770-1790

Gain: +1 National Unrest

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Schiller



Carl Eugen and Franziska von Hohenheim

To his 50th birthday, Carl Eugen Duke of Wurttemberg announced several changes. He supported education and showed big interest in pedagogics and agricultural studies. He laid the foundation for the Herzögliche Öffentliche Bibliothek, a public library, the educational institute at Solitude palace, and was the inspiration behind the University of Hohenheim and its botanic gardens. He founded an Académie des arts and named himself Rector perpetuus of the University of Tübingen. Malicious gossip has it that his second wife Franziska von Hohenheim had a positive influence on these decisions…

Fires: 1770-1790

Gain: +5Prestige, +20Admin Power, +10Diplo Power

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Eugene,_Duke_of_Württemberg

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Eugen_(Württemberg)



The German Medialization

The Reichsdeputationshauptschluss of 1803 was the major territorial restructuring of German states under the military and diplomatic pressure of Napoleonic France. Wurttemberg lost her territories left of the river Rhine, but was compensated with much larger territories. Due to their diplomatic efforts Wurttemberg gained more than three times the territory they lost, including Reutlingen and Heilbronn and gained the status as electoral prince.

Fires: 1800-1810

Gain: +5Prestige, +10% tax income



The King of Wurttemberg

Frederick II of the Duke of Wurttemberg assumed the title of King of Wurttemberg in 1806. He abrogated the constitution, and united the lands of Württemberg and placed the property of the church under government control, and greatly extended the borders of the kingdom.

Fires: 1805-1815

Gain: +5Prestige, +0.5yearly income

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingdom_of_Württemberg
 

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some of the events need rework. Spelling and grammar issues, and the effects, especially the religious ones, need some more attention... :) I am myself not into coding, so if anyone feels like procrastinating for a while, please have a go! :D