- +10% Morale of armies
- +15% Cavalry combat ability
- +1 Diplomatic reputation
- +0.5 Yearly army tradition
- +10% National manpower modifier
- +1 Yearly legitimacy
- +10% Goods produced modifier
- +2 Tolerance of the true faith
- +10% Trade efficiency
- −5% Technology cost
Shah Rukh is old, however, and his once firm grip over every affair in the empire is a thing of the past.
In Ajam his grandson, and our ruler's brother, Muhammad bin Baysonqor, is independent, in all but name. In Transoxiana their uncle, Ulugh Beg, has built a strong power base for himself. Though Fars is ruled by the child prince Abdallah bin Ibrahim, his claim is just as true as that of his cousins.
Meanwhile the Qara Qoyunlu Federation has taken over Iraq and many of the western parts of Timur's original empire and in southern Iraq the millenarian Mushasha have conquered Khuzestan and ousted the Timurid administrators from the region.As 1444 draws to an end the fate of the empire seems uncertain. Should Shah Rukh recover he may well rule for a number of years yet, but the tension is tangible, every son and grandson has been waiting for the moment of the emperor's death their entire lives…
Form Mughal Empire
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$MONARCH$ has begun to lay the foundation of his new empire. Although inferior in numbers, his well-disciplined troops have managed to achieve several decisive victories against the Sultans of India. The battle of $CAPITAL$ became the first great victory in a series of territorial expansions and, with time, the empire of the Mughals could stretch over the larger part of the Indian plateau.
Mughals does not exist
Form Persian Nation