Generic religious events

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This is a subset of the generic events.[1]

Pulse events[edit]

id

Msg event.pngUnhappiness Among the Clergy


Conflict of opinion and interest over religious and secular matters between our government and our nation's religious authorities has upset the clergy.


 
Trigger conditions

The country:

Is triggered only by

Bi-yearly pulse

Weight modifiers

The country:


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Ignore their demands.
  • If The Cossacks DLC is active and the clergy estate exists:
    the Clergy.png clergy estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • If the country is in the Muslim group:
    the country moves 10% towards Mysticism mysticism.
  • If the country is Catholic:
    the country loses Papal influence.png 10 papal influence.
  • If the country is Orthodox:
    the country loses Patriarch authority.png 10% patriarch authority.
  • The country gains Prestige.png 10 prestige.

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Agree to their demands.
  • If The Cossacks DLC is active and the clergy estate exists:
    the Clergy.png clergy estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • If the country is in the Muslim group:
    the country moves 20% towards Legalism legalism.
  • If the country is Catholic:
    the country gains Papal influence.png 10 papal influence.
  • If the country is Orthodox:
    the country gains Patriarch authority.png 5% patriarch authority.
  • The country loses Prestige.png 15 prestige.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country's ruler has the Zealot personality.

Event button 547 green.png
Let our [Monarch.GetTitle] attempt to placate them.
  • If The Cossacks DLC is active and the clergy estate exists:
    the Clergy.png clergy estate gains Estate loyalty 5 loyalty.
  • If the country is in the Muslim group:
    the country moves 10% towards Legalism legalism.
  • If the country is Catholic:
    the country gains Papal influence.png 5 papal influence.
  • If the country is Orthodox:
    The country gains Patriarch authority.png 2.5% patriarch authority.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country's ruler has the Pious personality.

Event button 547 green.png
Let our [Monarch.GetTitle] personally take the blame.

The country loses Devotion.png 5 devotion.

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Msg event.pngSaint Performs Miracle


Some people were so devout in their religion that they set out to help the poor and heal the sick. They were often called saints for their acts and were sometimes even believed to perform miracles.


 
Trigger conditions
  • The year is before 1700.

The country:

Is triggered only by

Bi-yearly pulse

Weight modifiers

The country:


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
We have truly been blessed.

Catholicism Catholicism gains Catholic reform desire.png 0.5% reform desire.

If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country is not Flag of The Papal State The Papal State.

Event button 547.png
Their actions have shown us the true path.

The country gains Papal influence.png 20 papal influence.


Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country's ruler has the Sinner personality.

Event button 547 green.png
We must find a way to exploit this.
  • Catholicism Catholicism gains Catholic reform desire.png 0.5% reform desire.
  • The country gains Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.5 years of income.
  • If The Cossacks DLC is active and the clergy estate exists:
    the Clergy.png clergy estate loses Estate loyalty 5 loyalty.
id

Msg event.pngCessation of Church Functions


Noble families were often granted control over church lands and appointments were made in many states in exchange for cash contributions to the crown's efforts. The crown, of course, lost control over some revenues this way in exchange for a short-term boost in revenue.


 
Trigger conditions

The country:

Is triggered only by

Bi-yearly pulse

Weight modifiers

The country:


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Accept.

The country:

  • gains Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.5 years of income.
  • gains the modifier ‘Cessation of Church Functions’ for 20 years, with the following effects:
    • National tax modifier.png -15% national tax modifier
    • Papal influence.png +0.5 yearly papal influence

If The Cossacks DLC is active and the clergy estate exists:

the Clergy.png clergy estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

If The Cossacks DLC is active and the nobility estate exists:

the Nobility.png nobility estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Decline.

If The Cossacks DLC is active and the clergy estate exists:

the Clergy.png clergy estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

If The Cossacks DLC is active and the nobility estate exists:

the Nobility.png nobility estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country's ruler has the Sinner personality.

Event button 547 green.png
We have been undercharging them.
  • The country gains Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.65 years of income.
  • If The Cossacks DLC is active and the clergy estate exists:
    The Clergy.png clergy estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • If The Cossacks DLC is active and the nobility estate exists:
    The Nobility.png nobility estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
id

Msg event.pngCorruption among the [Root.GetClergyName]

The [Root.GetClergyName] are meant to be incorruptible - after all, that is what they preach. However, it seems they do not always live up to their own teachings. A scandal has broken out surrounding several of their leading figures, who instead of providing our people with honest spiritual guidance appear to have made themselves obscenely rich through various dodgy dealings over a prolonged period of time.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

Is triggered only by

the bi-yearly pulse I.

Base weight
100
Weight modifiers

The country:


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Cleanse the temple.

The country:

  • gains Devotion.png10 devotion.
If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.

If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,

  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Fine the sinners.

The country:

  • loses Devotion.png10 devotion.
  • gains Gold Icon.png0.75 years of income.
  • gains Corruption.png0.5 corruption.

If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,

  • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country's ruler has the Embezzler.png ‘Embezzler’ personality.

Event button 547 green.png
As long as the state gets a slice of the pie.

The country:

  • loses Devotion.png15 devotion.
  • gains Gold Icon.png1 year of income.
  • gains Corruption.png1 corruption.

If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,

  • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country's ruler has the Yearly corruption.png ‘Incorruptible’ personality.

Event button 547 green.png
The [Monarch.GetTitle] will personally crack down on these sinners.

The country:

  • gains Devotion.png15 devotion.
  • loses Corruption.png2 corruption.
If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
id

Msg event.pngPriests are preaching Heresy!

Rumors has reached us of several priests in [heresy_province.GetName] who have been preaching a heresy which is clearly against our one true faith. The local populace seem to follow their words, something which may become troublesome in the future.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • has a stability of at least 0.
  • is CatholicismCatholic.
  • is not at war.
  • owns at least 2 cities.
  • owns at least 1 province that:
Is triggered only by

the bi-yearly pulse IV.

Base weight
100
Weight modifiers

The country:


Immediate effects

Mark a random province of the country that:


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Ignore the Heresy.

The country:

  • loses Prestige.png5 prestige.

If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,

  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

If the country has less than 20 cities:

  • then the markes province gets the modifier ‘Heresy’ for 5 years, with the following effects:
    • Local manpower modifier.png −40% local manpower modifier,
    • Local unrest.png +2 local unrest,
    • Local tax modifier.png −33% local tax modifier,
    • Local autonomy.png +0.05% monthly autonomy change,
  • else all CatholicismCatholic cities of the state with the marked province get the modifier ‘Heresy’ for 5 years, with the following effects:
    • Local manpower modifier.png −40% local manpower modifier,
    • Local unrest.png +2 local unrest,
    • Local tax modifier.png −33% local tax modifier,
    • Local autonomy.png +0.05% monthly autonomy change.

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Crack down on it!

The country:

  • loses Diplomatic power.png30 diplomatic power.

If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,

  • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country's ruler has the Tolerance heretic.png ‘Tolerant’ personality.

Event button 547 green.png
We must learn to live and let live.

The country:

  • gains Prestige.png5 prestige.

If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,

  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

If the country has less than 20 cities:

  • then the markes province gets the modifier ‘Heresy’ for 5 years, with the following effects:
    • Local manpower modifier.png −40% local manpower modifier,
    • Local unrest.png +2 local unrest,
    • Local tax modifier.png −33% local tax modifier,
    • Local autonomy.png +0.05% monthly autonomy change,
  • else all CatholicismCatholic cities of the state with the marked province get the modifier ‘Heresy’ for 5 years, with the following effects:
    • Local manpower modifier.png −40% local manpower modifier,
    • Local unrest.png +2 local unrest,
    • Local tax modifier.png −33% local tax modifier,
    • Local autonomy.png +0.05% monthly autonomy change.
id

Msg event.pngVatican Infiltration

Bribes are not an uncommon practice and with the right amount of money, we could perhaps manage to influence a cardinal to infiltrate a religious order.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

Is triggered only by

the bi-yearly pulse I.

Base weight
100
Weight modifiers

The country:


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Instruct him to go forward.

The country gains Papal influence.png5 papal influence.


Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Let the matter drop.

The country gains Prestige.png5 prestige.


Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country's ruler has the Spy network construction.png ‘Intricate Webweaver’ personality.

Event button 547 green.png
Our [Monarch.GetTitle] will know how to get the most for our money.

The country gains Papal influence.png10 papal influence.

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Msg event.pngInfluential Preacher

A devout young preacher has spoken out recently about how great our adherence to the teachings of the Holy Father in Rome is. This can only be good for our future.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

Is triggered only by

the bi-yearly pulse IV.

Base weight
100

Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Send him to Rome.

The country gains Papal influence.png10 papal influence.


Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
He'll make a nice bishop.

The country gains Prestige.png5 prestige.


Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country's ruler has the Devotion.png ‘Pious’ personality.

Event button 547 green.png
Our [Monarch.GetTitle] is practically a saint.

The country gains Papal influence.png15 papal influence.

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Msg event.pngTensions between [Root.GetNobilityName] and [Root.GetClergyName]

In our nation two castes hold great power: the [Root.GetNobilityName] and the [Root.GetClergyName]. However, they do not always get along. Recently, a baron in [rebel_province.GetName] and the local monastery of his fief began bickering about who owns a rather large piece of land.

These days, the royal court is swamped with people yammering about divine right - the [Root.GetNobilityName] claiming their divine right to rule the land and the [Root.GetClergyName] asserting their position as the representatives of God on Earth. The whole situation is growing rather unstable, with the baron in question inciting the other nobles against the [Root.GetClergyName] and questioning their right to hold any sort of temporal property. The prior of the monastery has brought in the archbishop on his side, who in turn threatens to go straight to Rome should you decide to side with the [Root.GetNobilityName]. Now, what shall we do, my liege?

 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is CatholicismCatholic.
  • is a monarchy.
  • has its capital in Europe.
  • has the Nobility.pngNobility and the Clergy.pngClergy estate.
  • owns a province that:

Flag of The Papal State The Papal State exists.

Is triggered only by

the bi-yearly pulse IV.

Base weight
100

Event button 547.png
Jesus lived among beggars and fishermen, why don't you?

Flag of The Papal State The Papal State:

  • gets the opinion modifier ‘Upset the Pope’ towards the country for 10 years worth Opinion.png−100 opinion, decaying by 2 per year.

The Clergy.pngClergy estate of the country:

  • loses Estate loyalty10 loyalty.

The Nobility.pngNobility estate of the country:

  • gains Estate loyalty10 loyalty.
Event button 547.png
Surely we do not wish to anger his holiness.

Noble rebels.png Noble rebels (large) rise up in revolt in a random province of the country that:

  • is in Europe,
  • has the primary culture of the country,
  • is a core province of the country,
  • is in a state,
  • is not the capital.

The Clergy.pngClergy estate of the country:

  • gains Estate loyalty10 loyalty.

The Nobility.pngNobility estate of the country:

  • loses Estate loyalty10 loyalty.
id

Msg event.pngThe Maid of $CAPITAL_CITY$

My lord, a peasant girl from nearby [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] has arrived at your court. She claims to have received a divine vision, in which God commanded her to take command of your armies and drive the hated invaders from our lands! Some of your ministers are laughing at her.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is CatholicismCatholic.
  • is at war.
  • has war exhaustion of at least 5.
  • is a monarchy.
  • is not a lesser partner in a personal union.
  • has legitimacy or horde unity of less than 80.
  • does not control all its provinces.
  • does not have the modifier ‘Increased Narrowminded’.
  • did not have this event before.
Is triggered only by

the bi-yearly pulse IV.

Base weight
100
Weight modifiers

The country:


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
She is a messenger from God!

The country:

  • loses Prestige.png5 prestige.
  • loses Icon legitimacy monarchy.png5 legitimacy.
  • loses Horde unity5 horde unity.
  • gains General.png general with 50 army tradition.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country is not a lesser partner in a personal union.

Event button 547.png
Poor girl, she's clearly mad

The country:

  • gains Icon legitimacy monarchy.png10 legitimacy.
  • gains Horde unity10 horde unity.

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Burn the witch!

The country:

  • gains the modifier ‘Increased Narrowminded’ for 10 years, with the following effects:
    • Technology cost.png +5% technology cost
    • Missionary strength.png +1% missionary strength
If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.

Pulse events[edit]

id

Msg event.pngProvince icon.pngBible Translated

A priest in [Root.GetCapitalName] has translated the Bible into our language, and has started to distribute copies of it to nearby villages throughout [Root.GetName].
 
Trigger conditions

The Protestant religion is enabled.
The province:

The owner of the province:

  • did not have this event before.
  • is CatholicismCatholic, ProtestantismProtestant, Reformed.pngReformed, Anglican.png Anglican or HussiteHussite.
Mean time to happen:

5000 months

Modifiers:

The province:

  • is Wittenberg (59): ×0.75

Event button 547.png
Heresy! Burn the priest and his books!

CatholicismCatholicism loses Catholic reform desire.png1% reform desire.
Flag of The Papal State The Papal State and every neighboring CatholicismCatholic country:

  • gets the opinion modifier ‘Grateful’ towards the owner of the province for 5 years, worth Opinion.png+20 opinion, decaying by 2 per year.

Every neighboring ProtestantismProtestant, Reformed.pngReformed, Anglican.pngAnglican or HussiteHussite country:

  • gets the opinion modifier ‘Angry’ towards the owner of the province for 5 years, worth Opinion.png−40 opinion, decaying by 2 per year.
Event button 547.png
Great news! Spread these Bibles far and wide

CatholicismCatholicism gains Catholic reform desire.png3% reform desire.
If the owner of the province:

  • is CatholicismCatholic or ProtestantismProtestant:
    • then the province becomes ProtestantismProtestant.
  • is Reformed.pngReformed:
    • then the province becomes Reformed.pngReformed.
  • is Anglican.pngAnglican:
    • then the province becomes Anglican.pngAnglican.
  • is HussiteHussite:
    • then the province becomes HussiteHussite.

Flag of The Papal State The Papal State:

  • gets the opinion modifier ‘Angry’ towards the owner of the province for 5 years, worth Opinion.png−40 opinion, decaying by 2 per year.

Every neighboring CatholicismCatholic country

  • gets the opinion modifier ‘Irritated’ towards the owner of the province for 5 years, worth Opinion.png−10 opinion, decaying by 2 per year.

Every neighboring ProtestantismProtestant, Reformed.pngReformed, Anglican.pngAnglican or HussiteHussite country:

  • gets the opinion modifier ‘Grateful’ towards the owner of the province for 5 years, worth Opinion.png+20 opinion, decaying by 2 per year.
id

Msg event.pngIconoclastic Fury

During the reformation outbreaks of destruction of Catholic religious art occurred in various European countries. The most notorious example is "Beeldenstorm" in the Low Countries, but similar attacks occurred in Germany, Switzerland, England, Scotland, France and Livonia. The majority of attacks were carried out by spontaneous mobs, but in some countries the government took a leading role.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is Christian, but not Coptic or Orthodox.
  • has its capital in Europe.
  • owns at least 1 province that:
    • is CatholicismCatholic,
    • is in Europe.
  • owns at least 1 province that:
  • did not have this event before.

The Protestant religion is enabled.
It is at least 1500, but before 1600.

Mean time to happen

2000 months

Weight modifiers
  • The country's primary culture is Dutch or in the French group: ×0.9

Immediate effects

Mark a random province of the country that:

  • is in Europe,
  • is not a center of reformation,
  • is ProtestantismProtestant, Reformed.pngReformed, Anglican.png Anglican or HussiteHussite,
  • does not follow the state religion.

If no province is marked, mark a province that:


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
Send guards to stop these vandals!

The country:

  • gains Prestige.png10 prestige.
  • loses Military power.png50 military power.

Every province of the county in Europe that is ProtestantismProtestant, Reformed.pngReformed, Anglican.pngAnglican or HussiteHussite:

  • gains Local unrest.png10 unrest.

Flag of The Papal State The Papal State gets the opinion modifier ‘Stopped Iconoclastic Fury’ towards the country, worth Opinion.png+50 opinion, decaying by 2 per year.


Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
We can't do anything except weather the storm!

The country:

  • loses Prestige.png25 prestige.
  • gets the modifier ‘Iconoclastic Fury’ for 10 years, with the following effects:
    • National tax modifier.png -10% national tax modifier,
    • Missionary strength.png -1% missionary strength.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: the country is not Flag of The Papal State The Papal State.

Event button 547.png
Time to take the lead and break Papal stranglehold!

The country:

  • loses Icon stability.png 1 stability.

Flag of The Papal State The Papal State gets the opinion modifier ‘Allowed Iconoclastic Fury’ towards the country, worth Opinion.png−50 opinion, decaying by 2 per year.
If the country:

  • is ProtestantismProtestant or CatholicismCatholic:
    • then the marked province becomes ProtestantismProtestant.
  • is Reformed.pngReformed:
    • then the marked province becomes Reformed.pngReformed.
  • is Anglican.pngAnglican:
    • then the marked province becomes Anglican.pngAnglican.
  • is HussiteHussite:
    • then the marked province becomes HussiteHussite.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. The script code of the events can be found in /Europa Universalis IV/events/RandomEvents.txt.