For the area, see Hejaz (area).
- +10% National manpower modifier
- −10% Cavalry cost
Custodian of the Two Holy Cities
- +2 Tolerance of the true faith
Red Sea Trade
- +10% Domestic trade power
- −10% Aggressive expansion impact
- −10% Land attrition
Cradle of Gold
- +10% National tax modifier
- +1% Missionary strength
Successor to the Caliphate
- +1 Yearly prestige
- +0.1% Monthly piety
- +15% Cavalry combat ability
Hejaz is a country located alongside the west coast of the Arabian Peninsula, owning the holiest city in all of Islam. In 1444 it is a vassal of the Mamluks. Hejaz follows the Shafi'i school of Islam.
For hundreds of years the Arabs have been divided, but we remember when the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, organized all of us into one ummah, a community of the faithful that transcended tribal affiliation. Today we have overcome disunity and regained the oneness that triumphed in the day of the Prophet and united Arabia
Form Arabian Nation
Arabia does not exist.
If the country is AI-controlled, it can not be a custom nation or a former colonial nation.
- has an administrative technology of at least level 10.
- is not a subject nation other than a tributary state.
- is not at war.
- owns its core provinces:
- Alexandria (358), Cairo (361), Aleppo (377), Jerusalem (379), Damascus (382), Medina (384), Mecca (385), Aden (388), Sana'a (390), Al-Arid (392), Al-Qatif (394), Muscat (400), Nizwa (403) and Baghdad (410).
- changes to Arabia.
- gets empire government rank.
- gains permanent claims on all provinces of the regions: Mashriq, Arabia, and Egypt except Lower Nubia that it does not own.
- gains 25 prestige.
- gets the modifier “Increased Centralization” for 20 years with the following effects:
- −0.05 monthly autonomy change
- +1 national unrest
If the country:
- is a member of the Holy Roman Empire but not an elector or the emperor
- then all its provinces are removed from the HRE.