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cultures


city names/province goods

as suggested by Aleppo (you can starting posting further information here)
 
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The Khans of the Kazakh Khanate (1465-1847)

1465 - 1480 Zhanibek
1480 - 1511 Buryndyk Khan
1511 - 1521 Kasim Khan (Khan of the most powerful)
1522 - 1523 Mamash Khan
1523 - 1533 Tahir Khan
1533 - 1537 Buydash Khan
1537 - 1580 Hak-Nazar Khan
1580 - 1582 Shiga Khan
1582 - 1598 Taukel Khan
1598 - 1628 Yesim Khan
1628 - 1643 Zhanibek Khan
1643 - 1652 Salk Zhangir Khan
1652 - 1680 Batyr Khan
1680 - 1715 Tauke Khan
1715 - 1718 Kaiyp Khan
1718 - 1729 Bylat Khan
1711 - 1781 Abylai Khan (one of the most powerful)
1781 - 1847 Ken Khan (one of the most powerful)
 

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In my current game the Uzbeks had the event for the independance of the Kazaks *before* they ever had their capital moved to the south - and now they are trapped far in the north blocked by a huge Kazak Khanate instead of neighbouring the Timurids and conquering Samarkand... :-(

Looking at their event file I found that to move their capital south with event 325003 they need to own province 1534 and either 1533 or 1594 and 519.

They have several events changing the manpower in those provinces and to remove their core from those provinces - but I found no event that actually grants them those cores except on 519.

I suggest to add claimcores with that event so that the Uzbeks actually try to conquer the provinces where they want to move their capital and to make it easier for the Uzbeks to actually get the event:

Code:
#(1428-1468) Uzbeks on Offensive
event = {
	id = 325017
	trigger = {
		exists = KHI
		atwar = no
		NOT = {
			alliance = { country = UZB country = KHI }
			event = 65006
		}
		OR = {
			owned = { province = 1533 data = KHI } #Khiva
			owned = { province = 1534 data = KHI } #Kyzylkum
			owned = { province = 1594 data = KHI } #Khwarizm
                        [color=yellow]neighbour = KHI[/color]
		}
	}
	random = no
	country = UZB
	name = "EVENTNAME65006" #Uzbeks on Offensive
	desc = "EVENTHIST65006"
	#-#During his lifetime (1425-1468), Abu'l Khayr carved himself a huge empire, stretching from Tura in Northern Siberia all the way down to Khwarizm.

	date = { day = 1 month = january year = 1428 }
	offset = 500
	deathdate = { day = 1 month = january year = 1468 }

	action_a = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME65006A" #Show them all who we are!
		command = { type = CAV which = -1 value = 10000 }
		[color=yellow]command = { type = addcore_claim which = 1533 } 
		command = { type = addcore_claim which = 1534 } #Khiva
		command = { type = addcore_claim which = 1594 }[/color]
		command = { type = war which = KHI }
		command = { type = domestic which = quality value = 1 }
		command = { type = domestic which = offensive value = 1 }
		command = { type = domestic which = centralization value = 1 }
		command = { type = stability value = 4 }
	}
	action_b = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME65006B" #Those lands are a total waste
		command = { type = domestic which = aristocracy value = 1 }
		command = { type = domestic which = offensive value = -1 }
		command = { type = infra value = 400 }
		command = { type = vp value = -20 }
	}
}
I guess the events were still made during the EU2 time when there were only "national" cores and those were supposed to be granted only afte the conquests. But now in FtG with lesser forms of cores they ought to get them to guide them to the conquest.

Edit:
Event UZB 325021 changes the provinceculture of the starting capital of the Uzbeks to "tatar" culture and cedes the province to the Sibir Khanate. However that only works if the Uzbeks have moved their capital south before that event fires. If the capital still is in province 1573 then it won´t be ceded.
I suggest to have the Uzbek capital moved a bit south immediately after the Golder Horde had the "Independance of the Uzbeks" event and ceded their eastern provinces to UZB. That event trigger UZB 325004 and the capital could be moved south to any of those provinces gained. Several of them have a higher basetax, manpower or population than the starting capital in the north anyway (e.g. 517/519/580) and it would move the UZB capital closer to their future capitals either in Khiva or Samarkand.

Code:
#(1428) Independence of the Uzbeks
event = {
	id = 325004 #triggered by STE_287000
	random = no
	country = UZB
	name = "EVENTNAME325004" #Independence of the Uzbeks
	desc = "EVENTHIST325004"
	#-#In 1428, Abul Khayr was declared khan of the Uzbek people in Sibir (near-modern day Tobolsk). His reign marked a separation of Uzbek and Golden Horde foreign policies into two entirely different categories. The Uzbeks were free to pursue their interests which would be determined to lie within the regions of Khwarizm and Transoxiana. From Khayr's beginning, the Shaybanid dynasty would eventually carve a large empire and a name into history for themselves.

	action_a = {
		name = "ACTIONNAME325004A" #Free at last!
		command = { type = dynastic which = SIB }
		command = { type = relation which = SIB value = 50 }
		command = { type = relation which = STE value = -150 }
		command = { type = addcore_national which = 513 }
		command = { type = addcore_national which = 514 }
		command = { type = addcore_national which = 516 }
		command = { type = addcore_national which = 517 }
		command = { type = addcore_national which = 519 } 
		command = { type = addcore_national which = 579 }
		command = { type = addcore_national which = 580 }
		[color=yellow]command = { type = capital which = 580 } [/color]
		command = { type = addcore_national which = 584 }
		command = { type = addcore_national which = 1535 }
		command = { type = add_countryculture which = tatar }
	}
}
Now that the capital is moved south province 1573 can be ceded to Sibir without problems.
 
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