- +15% Global trade power
- −10% Ship costs
- +1 Yearly prestige
- +25% Rebel support efficiency
- +5% Embargo efficiency
- +40% Privateer efficiency
- +10% Improve relations
- −25% Cost to fabricate claims
- +20% Ship trade power
- +25% Recover navy morale speed
- −10% Technology cost
- +10% Ship durability
Palembang is a small three-province monarchy situated near the southern tip of Sumatra in the East Indies. They are Hindu until 1670 when they convert to Sunni Islam, with no set school of law. They are eligible to form Malaya. They are a tributary of Majapahit until 1475, and then independent, but are reduced to two-pronvinces in 1550 by Banten.
As country with a Malay culture Palembang can form Malaya.
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Unify all Malayan provinces in the region under one strong ruler.
Malaya does not exist.
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Piracy in Palembang
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Palembang has fallen far from its time as capital of the great Srivijaya empire. The city has been abandoned by the collapsed Majapahit kingdom and for decades has been plagued by Chinese pirates who use the port as a base for their smuggling operations. When Admiral Zheng He weighed anchor in the city during his expeditions, he drove out the pirates and appointed Shi Jinqing to rule the city. But Zheng He and Shi Jinqing are now dead, and the pirates have to begun to gather once again. Left unchecked they will surely attempt to retake seize the city.
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It is before 1446.
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A pirate's life for me!
They will find no refuge in our city.