- −20% Galley cost
- −10% Sailor maintenance
- +2 Tolerance of the true faith
- +1 Yearly navy tradition
- +10% Infantry combat ability
- −10% Advisor costs
- +10% Trade efficiency
- +1 Diplomatic reputation
- +1 Diplomatic relation
- −10% Idea cost
- −10% Core-creation cost
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With the Byzantine Empire reduced to a distant memory most Greeks have come to lead their lives under foreign rulers. Some have left their old home region altogether as merchants or to serve in the various courts of Europe while most remain in Greece, leading lives in the countryside similar to before the fall of the Empire. Others even thrive under their new rulers. The independent Greek identity has however remained strong, and will in time make itself even more known among the unruly mountain Klephts or by the patriot dreams of intellectuals in foreign lands.
While restoration of the Byzantine Empire remains an unattainable dream many have come to yearn to be free of the rule foreign tax collectors and hope for a new Greek state centered on the ancient homeland of their people.
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If the owner of Kastoria (1853) does not have Greek or Pontic as primary culture
Byzantium loses all its core provinces.
All nations with Greek as primary culture can form Greece.
Greece does not exist.
Byzantium does not exist. If the country is AI-controlled, then it:
A random province of Greece with Greek culture
- For the script code of the event see in .
- For the script code of the formation decision see in .