Anglican events

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This is a list of events relating to the Anglican.png Anglican religion.[1]

Events[edit]

id

Msg event.pngThe Display of Royal Arms

Following the destruction and removal of Papist symbols, Anglican churches were left somewhat bare of decoration. It has been decreed that in place of these blasphemous icons, the Royal Arms of [Root.Monarch.GetName] is to be displayed. The presence of the Royal Arms cements in the public consciousness the reality of the new order; that [Root.Monarch.GetName] is appointed by God not only as [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] of $COUNTRY$, but also as Supreme Governor of the Church.
 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • Government is monarchy
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Event button 547.png
Display the Royal Arms proudly in every church.
  • Gain Church power.png 25 church power


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Msg event.pngRecusancy

Attending Anglican services is mandatory in the [Root.GovernmentName] of $COUNTRY$. Recusancy is punishable by harsh fines. A person found guilty must forfeit all their goods and chattels, their lands, tenements, and hereditaments, and all of their rents and annuities. Enforcement, however, is difficult due to the sheer number of potential recusants, and so we should focus our efforts on the most concerning offenders.

Popery is a particularly heinous crime. As the Pope denies the legitimacy of the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle], so too must faithful Catholics, and thus all Catholics may be considered traitors to the state.

Radical nonconformists such as the Puritans may also be targeted by these laws should they stray too far from the established doctrines of the Church.

The law enforces the uniformity of religious belief in $COUNTRY$, but it might also be used to discourage factionalism within the court. The mere suggestion of recusancy can destroy one’s reputation at court.

 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • None of:
    • Has country modifier “Politicized Recusancy”
Is triggered only by

after 1 day


Event button 547.png
Target Catholics.
  • Gain Church power.png 50 church power
  • Lose Administrative power.png 25 administrative power
Event button 547.png
Target Puritans.
  • Gain Church power.png 25 church power
Event button 547.png
Target political threats.
  • Gain country modifier “Politicized Recusancy” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Spy network construction.png +20% Spy offense


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Msg event.pngProphesying and Sermons

The Anglican Church does not require that its clergy devote much time to preaching. A monthly or even quarterly sermon is adequate according to the law, which is usually lifted directly from the Book of Homilies.

Many parishioners desire a more personal and involved approach to religious services, and have taken matters into their own hands by pooling money to pay for educated lecturers to preach in their towns. These lecturers however do not always have the most orthodox of theological views. It is often the case that the most eager to preach are those with the most radical ideas, and so these private sermons have become associated with the Puritan movement.

While there are advantages to a more religiously literate populace, cracking down on Puritanism would increase the authority of the Church.

 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • The Reformed.png Reformed religion is enabled
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Event button 547.png
Ban these nonconformist sermons.
  • Gain Church power.png 33 church power
Event button 547.png
Let them preach as they wish.
  • If DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active, gain Innovativeness.png 1 innovativeness
  • 50% chance of:
    • One random owned non-capital province with Anglican.png Anglican religion that is not a Center of reformation.png center of reformation:
      • Change religion to Reformed.png Reformed


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Msg event.pngParliamentary Debate on Doctrine

The [Root.GetAdjective] [Root.GetParliamentName] is often called upon to debate matters of religion. Typically, the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] will propose a new wave of reforms for the Anglican Church and [Root.GetParliamentWithGrammer] will take a stance along established factional lines; the Members in the Commons more likely to support radical or even Puritan measures, the Lords temporal more likely to favour a more conservative approach. Rarely does the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] get [Root.Monarch.GetHerHis] way precisely, and when [Root.Monarch.GetSheHe] does, coercive measures are often involved.
 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • The country has a parliament
  • None of:
    • Has country modifier “The Commons Decide Doctrine”
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Event button 547.png
Pass the reforms exactly as the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] proposed.
  • Gain Church power.png 10 church power
  • If DLC Rule Britannia.pngCommon Sense.png Common Sense is active and any owned province with a seat in Parliament is backing the current issue:
    • One random owned province with a seat in Parliament that is backing the current issue:
      • Stop backing the current issue
  • Else:
    • Lose Legitimacy.png 10 legitimacy, Horde unity 10 horde unity, Devotion.png 10 devotion, or Republican tradition.png 5 republican tradition as appropriate
Event button 547.png
The Lords win the day.
  • Lose Church power.png 33 church power
Event button 547.png
The Commons have their way.
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Burghers.png Burghers estate exists
    • Burghers.png Burghers gains influence modifier “The Commons Reform the Church: §Y$VAL$%§!” (10 influence) for 3 650 days
  • Else:
    • Gain country modifier “The Commons Decide Doctrine” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
      • Prestige.png −1 Yearly prestige


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Msg event.pngThe Marprelate Tracts

Dissatisfied with the conservative establishment of the Anglican Church, a group of Puritans writing under the pseudonym ‘Martin Marprelate’ began publishing a series of scathing pamphlets directed at the Church leadership. The Bishops of $COUNTRY$, according to these writers, are ‘proud, popish, presumptuous, profane, paltry, pestilent and pernicious prelates’ who usurp authority from God.

These tracts have garnered public attention and risk making a mockery of the Establishment lest something be done about them.

 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican

Has embraced the institution Printing Press.png Printing Press

  • None of:
    • Has country modifier “Ignore the Marprelate Tracts”
    • Has country modifier “Pamphlet Wars”
    • Has country modifier “Imprison the Marprelates”
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Event button 547.png
Ignore this nonsense.
  • Lose Church power.png 25 church power
  • Gain country modifier “Ignore the Marprelate Tracts” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Missionary strength.png −1% Missionary strength
Event button 547.png
Respond in kind, this is a war of pamphlets!
  • Lose Administrative power.png 25 administrative power
  • Gain country modifier “Pamphlet Wars” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Prestige.png −0.5 Yearly prestige
Event button 547.png
Find and arrest the authors.
  • Lose Military power.png 25 military power
  • Gain country modifier “Imprison the Marprelates” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • National unrest.png +1 National unrest


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Msg event.pngPrayer Book Rebellions

The doctrines of the Anglican Church are contained within the Book of Common Prayer. It is a book that needs periodic revisions to accord with changes in Anglican thought, as it shifts between more radical and more traditional theology. The most recent edition contains material that has greatly angered the people of [prayer_book_province.GetName], many of whom still cling to Catholic dogmas and practices. They have risen up in revolt, demanding that the Book be reverted to its previous edition.
 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • Any owned province:
    • Is not the country's capital
    • At least one of:
      • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
      • Religion is Protestantism Protestant
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • None of:
    • Any owned province:
      • Has province modifier “Prayer Book Rebels Appeased”
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Immediate effects
  • Hidden effect:
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Is not the country's capital
        • At least one of:
          • Religion is Protestantism Protestant
          • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
          • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
      • Save as event target named prayer_book_province

Event button 547.png
Repeal the new edition and make traditionalist concessions.
  • Lose Church power.png 25 church power
  • Event target prayer_book_province:
    • Area containing this province:
      • Limited to:
        • Province is owned by (Our country)
        • Is not the country's capital
        • At least one of:
          • Religion is Protestantism Protestant
          • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
          • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
      • Gain province modifier “Prayer Book Rebels Appeased” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
        • Local missionary strength.png −5% Local missionary strength
Event button 547.png
We will not tolerate papist treason!
  • Event target prayer_book_province:
    • Catholic rebels.png Catholic zealots (size 2) rise in revolt


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Msg event.pngCrypto-Catholic Statesman

The [Root.GetAdjective] Reformation did not sway the hearts and minds of the entire population. Many continue to harbour Catholic sympathies, even among the court. It has been discovered that $STATESMAN$ has been secretly attending a Catholic Mass, a practice strictly forbidden by law. If exposed, they stand to lose all of their land and property, and will no longer be eligible for public office.
 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • Is employing an Anglican.png Anglican Advisor Statesman.png Statesman advisor
Is triggered only by

after 1 day


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
They're too useful, for now.
  • If the country has the country modifier “Test Act”:
    • Lose Church power.png 25 church power
  • If the country does not have country modifier “Test Act”:
    • Lose Church power.png 10 church power

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
No Catholics in my court!
  • Gain Church power.png 10 church power
  • Advisor Statesman leaves the country's court

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Ruler's personality is National unrest.png Cruel or Missionary strength.png Zealot

Event button 547.png
Off with his head!
  • Gain Church power.png 20 church power
  • If the country is employing a Advisor Statesman.png Statesman advisor:
    • Statesman advisor dies


id

Msg event.pngPrayers to Saints

When $COUNTRY$ broke with Rome, we did away with the superstitious notion that prayers should be directed to the Saints rather than to God himself. As our new theology has no place for the papist concept of Purgatory, there is no need for Saints to intercede on behalf of our souls. Despite this, many people continue the practice of praying to Saints, and many churches give excessive reverence to their patron.
 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • Any owned province:
    • At least one of:
      • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
      • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
      • Religion is Protestantism Protestant
    • None of:
      • Has province modifier “Religious Zeal”
      • Has province modifier “Prayers to Saints Allowed”
      • Has province modifier “Prayers to Saints Banned”
    • Continent is Europe
    • Is not the country's capital
  • None of:
    • Any owned province:
      • Has province modifier “Prayers to Saints Allowed”
      • Has province modifier “Prayers to Saints Banned”
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Immediate effects
  • Hidden effect:
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • At least one of:
          • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
          • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
          • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
          • Religion is Protestantism Protestant
        • None of:
          • Has province modifier “Religious Zeal”
          • Has province modifier “Prayers to Saints Allowed”
          • Has province modifier “Prayers to Saints Banned”
        • Continent is Europe
        • Is not the country's capital
      • Save as event target named prayers_to_saints_province

Event button 547.png
It's harmless, we can allow this.
  • Event target prayers_to_saints_province:
    • Area containing this province:
      • Limited to:
        • Province is owned by (Our country)
        • At least one of:
          • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
          • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
          • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
          • Religion is Protestantism Protestant
      • Gain province modifier “Prayers to Saints Allowed” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
        • Local unrest.png −5 Local unrest
Event button 547.png
Uniformity must be enforced
  • Gain Church power.png 15 church power
  • Event target prayers_to_saints_province:
    • Area containing this province:
      • Limited to:
        • Province is owned by (Our country)
        • At least one of:
          • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
          • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
          • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
          • Religion is Protestantism Protestant
      • Gain province modifier “Prayers to Saints Banned” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
        • Local missionary strength.png +2% Local missionary strength


id

Msg event.pngAbolition of Feast Days

The Catholic liturgical calendar is filled with feast days that function as public holidays and occasions for celebration. No longer under Papal authority, our own Church must decide how far this practice ought to continue. Those most fervent reformers argue that superfluous holidays encourage sinful temptation and distract from gainful labor. This has been met with broad agreement in terms of theology, but abolishing feast days is likely to upset the populace who do so enjoy the occasional day off.
 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • None of:
    • Has country modifier “Feast Days Abolished”
    • Has country modifier “Feast Days Restored”
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Event button 547.png
Abolish more feast days.
  • Gain Church power.png 15 church power
  • Gain country modifier “Feast Days Abolished” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • National unrest.png +3 National unrest
Event button 547.png
Let them have their fun.
  • Lose Church power.png 10 church power
  • Gain country modifier “Feast Days Restored” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Church power.png −0.5 Church power


id

Msg event.pngPuritans Leaving for the Colonies

The Puritans have for some time criticized the hierarchy and doctrines of the Church of $COUNTRY$. The Reformation has to their eyes merely replaced the Pope with the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] and they openly denounce the state’s slothful attitude to reform. Theological disputes aside, Puritans have also been persecuted as nonconformists, depending on the leanings of the current [Root.Monarch.GetTitle]. Finally exhausted by the religious affairs of Europe, many Puritans have decided to migrate in the New World. They have organized themselves into a colonial company an requested a charter to establish new settlements in the Americas.
 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • It is currently the Age of Absolutism.png Age of Absolutism
  • None of:
    • Has country modifier “Puritan Colonists”
  • Any owned province:
    • Is a colony
    • Is overseas
    • Religion is in Christian group
    • At least one of:
      • Continent is North America
      • Continent is South America
      • Continent is The New World
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Event button 547.png
Let them build their own settlement.
  • One random discovered province in colonial range in North America, South America or the Random New World that neighbours a province owned by a subject:
    • Create a colony with 400 settlers
    • Change religion to Reformed.png Reformed
    • Change culture to the primary culture
    • Gain province modifier “Puritan Settlement” for 7300 days, giving the following effects:
      • Local missionary strength.png −100% Local missionary strength
      • Local colonial growth.png +20 Local settler increase
Event button 547.png
Integrate them into an established colony.
  • One random subject colonial nation whose capital is in North America, South America or the Random New World:
    • One random owned province:
      • Change religion to Reformed.png Reformed
  • Gain country modifier “Puritan Colonists” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Global settler increase.png +10 Global settler increase
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Msg event.pngControversy over Vestments

The matter of clerical vestments remains a contentious issue in the Anglican Church. The extravagant and superstitious rags of the papists are surely to be done away with, but the degree of austerity required of the clergy continues to inflame debate and protest.

Conservative Anglicans wish to reinstate some of the elaborate trappings of the old Catholic priesthood, while moderates argue that a simple surplice is sufficient. Radical reformers insist that vestments are not merely lacking scriptural support, but deface and corrupt the ordinances which God has instituted.

 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • None of:
    • Clergy.png Clergy estate has influence modifier “Clerical Vestments Banned: $VAL$!”
    • Has country modifier “Elaborate Vestments”
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Event button 547.png
Allow traditional vestments.
  • Gain country modifier “Elaborate Vestments” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Prestige.png +1 Yearly prestige
Event button 547.png
Surplices only.
  • Gain Church power.png 25 church power
Event button 547.png
Denounce all vestments.
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Clergy.png Clergy estate exists
    • Clergy.png Clergy gains influence modifier “Clerical Vestments Banned: §Y$VAL$%§!” (10 influence) for 3 650 days
  • Else:
    • Gain Legitimacy.png 5 legitimacy, Horde unity 5 horde unity, Devotion.png 5 devotion, or Republican tradition.png 2.5 republican tradition as appropriate
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Msg event.pngSmashing Altars

The early years of the English Reformation are a time of fervent iconoclasm. Any adornment or relic that even suggests Papism, the existence of Purgatory, or the divinity of saints is being ruthlessly stripped from the churches. Anything that could lead the laity astray must be destroyed; altars are smashed, paintings painted over, shrines ruined.

A perpetual issue for the new Anglican Church is the matter of how far this iconoclasm should be taken. Some more radical reformers push for an end to roods, candlesticks, and crucifixes, while others seek the restoration of some of the more harmless ornaments.

 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • None of:
    • The Anglican.png Anglican religion has existed for at least 50 years
  • Any owned province:
    • Continent is Europe
    • At least one of:
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
      • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
  • None of:
    • Any owned province:
      • Has province modifier “Anglican Iconoclasm”
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngEnabled if:

  • Any owned province:
    • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
    • Continent is Europe
Event button 547.png
Smash the altars and imprison papist protesters!
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Continent is Europe
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
      • Is not the country's capital
    • Change religion to Anglican.png Anglican
    • Gain province modifier “Anglican Iconoclasm” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
      • Local unrest.png +10 Local unrest

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Destroy only what is undeniably papist.
  • Gain Church power.png 20 church power
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Continent is capital
      • At least one of:
        • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
        • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
    • Gain province modifier “Anglican Iconoclasm” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
      • Local unrest.png +10 Local unrest

Event trigger.pngEnabled if:

  • The Reformed.png Reformed religion is enabled
  • Any owned province:
    • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
Event button 547.png
Put an end to this iconoclasm.
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
      • Continent is capital
    • Change religion to Anglican.png Anglican
    • Gain province modifier “Anglican Iconoclasm” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
      • Local unrest.png +10 Local unrest

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Msg event.pngCatholic Instigators

Though $COUNTRY$ has formally split from the Rome, the Pope continues to meddle in our affairs by orchestrating plots against [Root.Monarch.GetName]. Jesuits and priests number among his agents, sheltered by traitorous recusants.

These crypto-Catholics employ cunning methods of hiding Papist agents from the law, deviously building secret areas behind walls, under the floorboards, and even in concealed underground passageways. Hiding in these 'priest holes' can injure or even suffocate their occupants, so they are at least unlikely to be able to make a quick escape once located.

 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • None of:
    • Has activated Humanist idea group.png Humanist Ideas
  • None of:
    • Has country modifier “Priest-Hunters”
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Conduct a national priest-hunt. Search every house!
  • Gain country modifier “Priest-Hunters” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Foreign spy detection.png +25% National spy defence
  • Flag of The Papal State The Papal State:
    • Gain opinion modifier “Angry” towards (Our country)
  • One random neighbouring country:
    • Limited to:
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
    • Gain opinion modifier “Irritated” towards (Our country)

Event trigger.pngEnabled if:

  • Any neighbouring country:
    • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
Event button 547.png
Find out where they're coming from
  • One random neighbouring country:
    • Limited to:
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
    • Our country:
      • Gain Diplomatic Insult casus belli against (Previously mentioned country) for 24 months

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Msg event.pngThe Church of $COUNTRY$

As the Protestant Reformation radically shifts the religious landscape of Europe, $COUNTRY$ must take a firm stance on its faith. This has of course provoked much discussion in court, with some favoring the Protestant cause and others defending the traditional religion.

[Root.Monarch.GetTitle] [Root.Monarch.GetName], however, has a novel idea for the creation of a different sort of Church. A Church with the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] as its Supreme Governor, a happy union of Church and state. Neither Protestant, Catholic, nor Reformed, it would take a flexible approach to doctrine as fits the circumstance.

Such a Church would have its advantages. No longer subject to any higher ecclesiastical authority, the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] could marry and divorce at will, determine the nation’s theological direction, and have the assurance that they are appointed to rule directly by God.

 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • The Protestantism Protestant religion is enabled
  • Is not a lesser partner in a personal union
  • None of:
    • Country flag had_anglican_question is set
  • Is not a subject nation
  • The Protestantism Protestant religion has existed for at least 15 years
  • None of:
    • The Anglican.png Anglican religion is enabled
  • Religion is in Christian group
  • Is not Defender of the Faith
  • Capital:
    • Province is in Britain region
  • Culture is in British group
  • Any owned province in Britain region that is a valid choice for an Anglican.png Anglican Center of reformation.png center of reformation[2]
  • Owns at least 10 non-colony provinces
  • None of:
Mean time to happen

120 months
Modifiers


Immediate effects
  • Set country flag had_anglican_question

Option conditions

Event trigger.pngEnabled if:

  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
Event button 547.png
Found a new state Church
  • enable_religion = anglican
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
    • Flag of The Papal State The Papal State gains opinion modifier “Upset the Pope” towards this country
  • Change religion to Anglican.png Anglican
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • None of:
        • Country flag reformation_money is set
    • Gain Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 1 year of income
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Capital:
        • Is not a Center of Reformation
    • Capital:
      • Change religion to Anglican.png Anglican
      • Gain permanent province modifier “Religious Zeal” for 9000 days, giving the following effects:
        • Local missionary strength.png −100% Local missionary strength
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
    • Change religion to Anglican.png Anglican
    • Gain permanent province modifier “Religious Zeal” for 9000 days, giving the following effects:
      • Local missionary strength.png −100% Local missionary strength
  • Gain country modifier “Religious Zeal” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Missionary strength vs heretics.png +10% Missionary strength vs heretics
    • missionary_maintenance_cost = -0.33

Event trigger.pngEnabled if:

  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • It is currently the Age of Reformation.png Age of Reformation
  • None of:
    • Any province:
      • Is a Center of Reformation
      • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
Event button 547.png
Evangelize the new Church to the world!
  • enable_religion = anglican
  • Change religion to Anglican.png Anglican
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Capital:
        • can_have_center_of_reformation_trigger = {
   RELIGION = anglican
}
    • Capital:
      • Change religion to Anglican.png Anglican
      • Create a Anglican.png Anglican Center of Reformation
      • Gain permanent province modifier “Religious Zeal” for 9000 days, giving the following effects:
        • Local missionary strength.png −100% Local missionary strength
  • Else:
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • can_have_center_of_reformation_trigger = {
   RELIGION = anglican
}
      • Change religion to Anglican.png Anglican
      • Create a Anglican.png Anglican Center of Reformation
      • Gain permanent province modifier “Religious Zeal” for 9000 days, giving the following effects:
        • Local missionary strength.png −100% Local missionary strength
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
    • Change religion to Anglican.png Anglican
    • Gain permanent province modifier “Religious Zeal” for 9000 days, giving the following effects:
      • Local missionary strength.png −100% Local missionary strength
  • Gain country modifier “Religious Zeal” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Missionary strength vs heretics.png +10% Missionary strength vs heretics
    • missionary_maintenance_cost = -0.33
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 1 years of income
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
    • Flag of The Papal State The Papal State gains opinion modifier “Upset the Pope” towards this country
  • Every country in the world:
    • Limited to:
      • Capital:
        • At least one of:
          • Province is in France region
          • Province is in Low Countries region
          • Province is in Britain region
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
    • Gain opinion modifier “Anglican Evangelism” towards (Our country)
  • Gain country modifier “Anglican Evangelism” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Diplomatic reputation.png −3 Diplomatic reputation

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
This sounds like a poor basis for a religion.
  • (custom tooltip - delete this line)

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Msg event.pngNonconformist Monarch

[Root.Monarch.GetName] has landed in the unenviable position of being both a religious nonconformist and the Supreme Governor of the Church of $COUNTRY$. The Anglicans of $COUNTRY$ struggle to tolerate this state of affairs, and the legitimacy of the Church is dramatically weakened.
 
Trigger conditions
  • DLC Rule Britannia.png Rule Britannia is active
  • Religion is Anglican.png Anglican
  • Government is monarchy
  • None of:
    • ruler_religion = ROOT
  • None of:
    • Has country modifier “Nonconformist Monarch”
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here) 1 day


Event button 547.png
This will be a difficult adjustment.
  • Lose Church power.png 50 church power
  • Gain country modifier “Nonconformist Monarch” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Church power.png −1 Church power
    • Tolerance own.png −2 Tolerance of the true faith
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The monarch must be Anglican.
  • set_ruler_religion = anglican
  • Lose Prestige.png 25 prestige
  • Gain country modifier “Nonconformists Angered” for 3650 days, giving the following effects:
    • Tolerance heretic.png −2 Tolerance of heretics
  1. See /Europa Universalis IV/events/Anglican_events.txt
  2. This means: it is in Europe; it is Catholic, Protestant, or Reformed; it is not Rome; it is connected by land and straits to the capital; it is not already a center of reformation; it is not a one-province island with no straits; it has at least 10 development; it does not neighbour another center of reformation; it is not in the same area as a center of reformation of the same religion; its climate is not Arctic, Arid, or Tropical; and its terrain is not Coastline, Coastal Desert, Steppe, Desert, or Glacier.