Government reform progress speed and amount of crownland


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Jul 18, 2021
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Before 1.30 lands owned by estates were represented in game as whole provinces assigned to certain estates. Such provinces had minimum local autonomy of 25%, which increased average local autonomy of country, and therefore slowed down reform progress.

I suggest that countries with more than 30% of crownland (and countries without estates which effectively have 100% crownland) should get a bonus to reform progress, while countries with very low amount of crownland should get a penalty.

(Yes, this is meant to penalize for abuse of selling titles and to buff merchant republics)
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