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This is a list of all Morocco's events:[1]


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Msg event.pngCrisis of the Maghreb

The last century has been a harsh and unforgiving one for the countries of the Maghreb. Due to increasing desertification, shrinking urban population, general famine and increasingly strong groups disloyal of nomads roaming the countryside most of the states in North Africa have seen better days.
While things are looking up a bit lately, internal trade is on the rise and there are signs of increasing urbanization again, our states are still shadows of their former selves. Many fear that once the Iberians have finished off the Kingdom of Granada they will be coming for us.

 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is before 1450.

Mean time to happen

3 months


Event button 547.png
Let them try! We shall rise again!
  • Gain country modifier “Crisis of the Maghreb” for 5 years, giving:
    • Trade power.png -2.5% global trade power
    • Stability cost modifier.png +5% stability cost modifier
    • Institution spread.png -2.5% institution spread
  • Every known country with Capital.png capital in Maghreb region
    • Trigger country event “Crisis of the Maghreb”
    • Gain country modifier “Crisis of the Maghreb” for 5 years, giving:
      • Trade power.png -2.5% global trade power
      • Stability cost modifier.png +5% stability cost modifier
      • Institution spread.png -2.5% institution spread
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Msg event.pngCrisis of the Maghreb -Info Popup

The last century has been a harsh and unforgiving one for the countries of the Maghreb. Due to increasing desertification, shrinking urban population, general famine and increasingly strong groups disloyal of nomads roaming the countryside most of the states in North Africa have seen better days.
While things are looking up a bit lately, internal trade is on the rise and there are signs of increasing urbanization again, our states are still shadows of their former selves. Many fear that once the Iberians have finished off the Kingdom of Granada they will be coming for us.

 
Trigger conditions

Is not Flag of Morocco Morocco

Is triggered only by

event "Crisis of the Maghreb"


Event button 547.png
Let them try! We shall rise again!
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Msg event.pngMoorish Refugees

Spain has chosen to expel the Moors that still resided within her borders. Large numbers of Andalusian Moorish refugees have therefore been arriving in our ports, asking to be let into our country. While it pains us that these of people had to leave their homes this may well be a blessing for our kingdom. Most of the refugees are city dwellers, craftsmen, scholars, artists and administrators. Precisely the kind of people our own cities have a great shortage of after the great crisis of the Maghreb.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Morocco Morocco
  • Any known country has country flag end_of_granada
Mean time to happen

48 months


Event button 547.png
We welcome our brothers in faith.

Gain country modifier “Andalucian Moors” for 10 years, giving:

  • Technology cost.png -5% technology cost
  • Idea cost.png -5% idea cost
  • Institution spread.png +5% institution spread
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Msg event.pngMuhammad al-Jazuli and the Dala'il al-Khayrat

Recently returned after a long stay in the Hejaz a popular Sufi leader originally from the Sus valley has enjoyed a quickly rising popularity in our kingdom. With him from the holy land al-Jazuli brings the Dala'il al-Khayrat, a prayer book in which he has collected litanies asking God to bless, show mercy and kindness to Muhammed.
Unlike al-Jazuli himself the book can be in many places and given its fantastic popularity it seems destined to survive both him and our dynasty.

 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is before 1465.

Mean time to happen

63 months


Event button 547.png
Ok.
  • Move 25 towards Mysticism mysticism
  • Gain Prestige.png 10 prestige
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Msg event.pngIdrisid Cult of Fez

Fulfilling a long standing legend, the preserved body of Idris II was found in one of the mosques of Fez a few years ago. Ever since this event the Idrisid sharifs have been the centre of a growing a cult in Fez and in our kingdom in general.
This devout cult seems destined to lift the hearts our population after the harsh period we have left behind us. There is, however, always a risk with passionate popular movements like this one, it wouldn't do for them to forget who wields the temporal power.

 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is before 1500.

Mean time to happen

168 months


Event button 547.png
Support the Idrisids.
  • Move 25 towards Mysticism mysticism
  • Gain country modifier “Support of the Idrisid Cult” for 10 years, giving:
    • National unrest.png +1 global unrest
    • Legitimacy.png +1 yearly legitimacy
Event button 547.png
Allow them representation but no real official support.
  • Move 10 towards Legalism legalism
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Msg event.pngAbu Zakariya Yahya al-Wattasi

In all but name Morocco has not one but two royal dynasties. Since twenty years past almost all power formally held by the Marinid dynasty has in fact been wielded by their formidable Wattasid vizier Abu Zakariya Yahya.
Insanely popular after his victory over the Portuguese in 1437 and his patronization of the Idrisid cult in Fez, Abu Zakariya Yahya has ensured that the royal bureaucracy is both well functioning and imbued with Wattasid family members. As the Wattasids are related to the Marinid rulers this is in itself perhaps not a worrying development. Now that Abu Zakariya Yahya lies on his deathbed, however, we cannot but wonder what the future will bring. The great man has seemingly left nothing to chance and has already arranged for his cousin to succeed him as Vizier but what remains unclear is what the Wattasid family will do in the future with the network Yahya has built them.

 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is before 1455.

Mean time to happen

33 months


Event button 547.png
We have lost a great man.
  • Move 5 towards Mysticism mysticism
  • Set country flag mor_death_of_yahya
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Msg event.pngA Wattasid Conspiracy?

It is clear to us now that the Wattasid family has been allowed to grow too strong and influential in our kingdom. Unless we move to curb their power now we might not be able to further down the line. Sultan $MONARCH$ is convinced there is a conspiracy against the throne afoot.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Morocco Morocco
  • Country flag mor_death_of_yahya is set

The year is before 1490.

Mean time to happen

126 months


Event button 547.png
Kill them all!
  • Lose Icon stability.png 1 stability
  • Trigger country event “Wattasid Revolt.” in 30 days
Event button 547.png
They remain our trusted advisors.
  • Set country flag mor_wattasid_power
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Msg event.pngWattasid Revolt.

In what was seen as a sudden betrayal of our Wattasid viziers our Sultan has had all the Wattasids he could find rounded up and executed. The popularity of the Wattasid family, however, means that this has been a very unpopular move.
As $MONARCH$ appointed a new, non Wattasid, vizier to serve him yesterday riots broke out and it is rumored that somewhere two Wattasid brothers remain hidden to take control over this revolt, determined to avenge their family.

 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

event "A Wattasid Conspiracy?"


Immediate effects

Set country flag wattasid_resolution


Event button 547.png
Ok.

One random owned province (except capital):

  • Pretender rebels.png Pretender rebels (size 3) rise in revolt (led by Muhammad ibn Yahya Wattasid)
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Msg event.pngWattasid Ultimatum

It seems the suspicions against our Wattasid viziers had substance to them. Today our Sultan received an ultimatum from Muhammad al-Wattasi. He must either give up the throne peacefully or risk an open revolt against his power.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Morocco Morocco
  • Country flag mor_wattasid_power is set
Mean time to happen

30 months


Immediate effects

Set country flag wattasid_resolution


Event button 547.png
Abdicate
  • Lose Icon stability.png 2 stability
  • If uses 'Statists vs Orangists' mechanics then the Orangists gain 100 power
  • A new ruler named Muhammad I of the Wattasid dynasty comes to power
  • If has an heir, heir dies
Event button 547.png
The throne is mine!

One random owned province (except capital):

  • Pretender rebels.png Pretender rebels (size 3) rise in revolt (led by Muhammad ibn Yahya Wattasid)
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Msg event.pngThe Sudanese Expedition

Over the centuries we have been able to rely on the salt and gold caravans from the Sahara.
Despite the insistence of almost all advisors $MONARCH$ is now insisting that we must secure this trade route ourselves. The Tuaregs cannot be trusted to protect these caravans and we can be almost certain that the sources of these valuable goods would be handled more effectively directly by our kingdom.

 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

completing the 'Saharan Route mission


Event button 547.png
Let us cross the Sahara!
  • Province Tuat (1127):
  • Flag of Morocco Morocco gains a claim on following provinces:
    • Province Taudeni
    • Province Azawad
    • Province Timbuktu
    • Province Hodh
  • Every country owning provinces Taudeni, Azawad, Timbuktu or Hodh:
    • Trigger country event “The Sudanese Expedition”
Event button 547.png
This is a fool's errand, the desert cannot be controlled.

(Nothing)

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Msg event.pngThe Sudanese Expedition

Moroccan armies are advancing into the southern Sahara via the Tuat oasis route.
 
Trigger conditions

Is not Flag of Morocco Morocco

Is triggered only by

event "The Sudanese Expedition"


Event button 547.png
This cannot be good.


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Msg event.pngThe Imperial Cities

Throughout its history, several great cities have had the honor of being the political center of the Moroccan sultanate. Under the Idrisids and Marinids, the northern city of Fez has been the favored seat of government, allowing its rulers to lead the charge against their enemies in Iberia and the eastern Maghreb. The Almavorids and Almohads favored the southern city of Marrakech, while Caliph Yaqub al-Mansur attempted to establish the capital at Rabat. Some in the court argue that Meknes could also serve as a political center. Any of these cities would make a fine capital for our nation.
 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

completing the '"Imperial Cities"' mission


Event button 547.png
Fez shall be the capital.

Province Fez (343):

  • if Fez is not Morocco's Capital.png capital:
    • Fez becomes Morocco's Capital.png capital
  • gains Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax
  • gains Production.png 1 base production
  • gains Manpower.png 1 base manpower
Event button 547.png
Marrakech shall be the capital.

Province Marrakech (344):

  • if Marrakech is not Morocco's Capital.png capital:
    • Marrakech becomes Morocco's Capital.png capital
  • gains Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax
  • gains Production.png 1 base production
  • gains Manpower.png 1 base manpower
Event button 547.png
Meknes shall be the capital.

Province Meknes (2467):

  • if Meknes is not Morocco's Capital.png capital:
    • Meknes becomes Morocco's Capital.png capital
  • gains Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax
  • gains Production.png 1 base production
  • gains Manpower.png 1 base manpower
Event button 547.png
Rabat shall be the capital.

Province Gharb (342):

  • if Gharb is not Morocco's Capital.png capital:
    • Gharb becomes Morocco's Capital.png capital
  • gains Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax
  • gains Production.png 1 base production
  • gains Manpower.png 1 base manpower


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Msg event.pngStirrings in the South

In the wake of the conflict between the Wattasids and Marinids, the powers of the south have begun to stir. Sensing weakness, the Sufis, tribes, and Emirs have begun to form alliances and make marriage pacts among one another. Though many in the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle]’s court are content to leave them to their own devices and cloister themselves in [Root.Capital.GetName], the threat from the south will only continue to grow if they are not dealt with.
 
Trigger conditions Mean time to happen

24 months


Event button 547.png
A show of force will remind them of their place.
  • Lose Icon stability.png 1 stability
  • Gain country modifier "Morocco Looks Outward" for Time Icon.png 20 years, giving the following effects:
    • Diplomatic annexation cost -20% diplomatic annexation cost
  • If Flag of Sus Sus is a subject of Morocco:
    • Flag of Sus Sus gains Liberty desire.png 10 liberty desire
  • Otherwise, if province Marrakech (344) is owned by Morocco:
    • Marrakech (344) loses Local autonomy.png 25 local autonomy
  • If Flag of Marrakesh Marrakesh is a subject of Morocco:
  • Otherwise, if province Sus (348) is owned by Morocco:
    • Sus (348) loses Local autonomy.png 25 local autonomy
  • If Flag of Tafilalt Tafilalt is a subject of Morocco:
  • Otherwise, if province Tafilalt (346) is owned by Morocco:
    • Tafilalt (346) gains Local autonomy.png -25 local autonomy
Event button 547.png
We should leave them to their own affairs.
  • Gain Icon stability.png 1 stability
  • Province Fez (343):
    • Gain province modifier "Cloistered in Fez" for Time Icon.png 20 years, giving the following effects:
      • Local development cost -20% local development cost
  1. The script code is located in /Europa Universalis IV/events/flavorMOR.txt