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This is a list of all of Flag of Spain Spain's events.[1] Many of these are shared with Flag of Castile Castile.

The Iberian Wedding[edit]

For a better readability this event has been split into two infoboxes, one for Castile and one for Aragon.

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Msg event.pngThe Iberian Wedding


Ferdinand II, king of Aragon, was married to the princess Isabella of Castile in Valladolid in October 1469. This was a marriage of political opportunism, not romance. The court of Aragon dreamed of a return to Castile, and Isabella needed help to gain succession to the throne. The marriage initiated a dark and troubled life, in which Ferdinand fought on the Castilian and Aragonese fronts in order to impose his authority over the noble oligarchies, shifting his basis of support from one kingdom to the other according to the intensity of the danger. Despite the political nature of the union, he loved Isabella sincerely. Many considered Ferdinand the savior of his kingdoms, a bringer of unity. Others despised him for having oppressed them. Machiavelli attributed to him the objectionable qualities of the Renaissance prince.


 
Trigger conditions

The country:

Flag of Spain Spain does not exist.
Flag of Aragon Aragon:

  • is AI controlled.
  • was not player-controlled at any point.
  • is not a subject.
  • is a neighbour of Castile.

Any of the following:

  • The rulers of Castile and Aragon have a different gender.
  • Castile or Aragon:
    • is controlled by the AI.
    • has a regency.

The year is between 1450 and 1530.
This event fires only once.

Mean time to happen

120 months

Modifiers:

Aragon does not have a regency: ×0.1


Event button 547.png
Let us bind their Dynasty to ours

Flag of Castile Castile:

  • creates a Personal union.png personal union with Flag of Aragon Aragon.
  • gets the opinion modifier “Iberian Wedding” towards Flag of Aragon Aragon for 10 years, worth:
    • Icon diplomacy relations.png +200 opinion with a yearly decay of 5.

Noble rebels.png Noble rebels (size 3) rise up in revolt in a random owned province that is not the capital.
Flag of Aragon Aragon:

  • gets the opinion modifier “Iberian Wedding” towards Flag of Castile Castile for 10 years, worth:
    • Icon diplomacy relations.png +200 opinion with a yearly decay of 5.
  • loses Liberty desire.png 50 liberty desire.

Every known country with a royal marriage with Flag of Aragon Aragon get the opinion modifier “Iberian Wedding” towards Flag of Castile Castile, worth:

  • Icon diplomacy relations.png −50 opinion with a yearly decay of 1.
Event button 547.png
No, let us marry a local talent instead

If Flag of Castile Castile does not have a consort

  • then it get a new consort with 2Administrative power.png, 2Diplomatic power.png, 2Military power.png skill.

If Flag of Castile Castile has not a stability of 3:

  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.

Flag of Aragon Aragon:

  • gets opinion modifier “Declined Iberian Wedding” towards Flag of Castile Castile, worth:
    • Icon diplomacy relations.png −25 opinion with a yearly decay of 1.
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Msg event.pngThe Fuggers


The Fuggers were a peasant family of weavers from Augsburg during the 15th Century who rose through trade and transactions in money to Bankers of the Habsburgs and the Popes. Jakob Fugger the Rich (1511-1525) financed Charles V wars and election to the Empire, controlled European lead, silver and copper production and obtained a monopoly in quicksilver. Anton Fugger (1525-1560) had trading concessions in Chile, Peru and Moscow. However, the company declined by the end of the 16th Century because of state bankruptcies in Spain, family conflicts and lack of interest on the part of the heirs.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1500 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1600 or later
Mean time to happen

240 months


Event button 547.png
Let the Fuggers run our Finances
  • Gain ruler modifier “The Fuggers”
Event button 547.png
Turn the Fuggers offer down
  • Gain Legitimacy.png 5 legitimacy
id

Msg event.pngThe Comuneros


The commons, angered by the exploitation by the nobles formed into brotherhoods, notably the 'Comuneros' of Castile and the 'Germania' of Valencia, and attempted to pressurize the nobles into giving them more rights and a better deal.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Year is 1500 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1600 or later
Mean time to happen

300 months


Event button 547.png
Crush the Rebellion
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province is in Iberia region
    • Gain Local unrest.png 10 unrest
Event button 547.png
Give concessions to the commoners
  • Gain ruler modifier “Concessions to the Peasantry”
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Msg event.pngState Bankruptcy


In 1557, on the very first year as Spanish king, Philip II was forced to declare the country bankrupt. Spain had for many years undercut its tax base and what was worse, had no control of the price-fluctuations from the inflow of American silver and gold. It was impossible for the Spanish minister of finance to forecast any repayments as all costs fluctuated volatile. The spending was based on the planned budget, but the inflow was irregular at best which made Spain spend more than it actually had, thus the Great Bankruptcies of 1557 and 1596.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Is bankrupt
  • None of:
    • Year is 1590 or later
Mean time to happen

12 months


Event button 547.png
Do we ever learn from history?
  • Lose Legitimacy.png 5 legitimacy
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Msg event.pngThe Portuguese Crown


Philip I arrived in Portugal and was accepted as King (1580-98) by the Cortes held at Tomar (1581). He undertook to preserve Portuguese autonomy, to consider the union as a personal one like that of Aragon and Castile under Ferdinand and Isabella, to appoint only Portuguese to the administration, to summon Cortes frequently, and to be accompanied by a Portuguese council in Madrid.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Has a royal marriage with Flag of Portugal Portugal
  • Is not a subject nation
  • Flag of Portugal Portugal:
    • Exists
    • Is AI-controlled
    • Has never been player-controlled
    • Is not a subject nation
    • Is in a regency
    • Religion is same as (Our country)
    • None of:
      • is_rival = SPA
    • Opinion of (Our country) is at least +150
  • Year is 1550 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1650 or later
Mean time to happen

2000 months


Event button 547.png
One King, Two Kingdoms
  • create_union = POR
Event button 547.png
The extra burden is not worth it
  • Gain Prestige.png 1 prestige
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Msg event.pngState Bankruptcy


In 1596, a couple of years after the disastrous defeat of the Armada, Philip II were again forced to declare the country bankrupt. Spain had for many years undercut its tax base and what was worse, had no control of the price-fluctuations from the inflow of American silver and gold. It was impossible for the Spanish minister of finance to forecast any repayments as all costs fluctuated volatile. The spending was based on the planned budget, but the inflow was irregular at best which made Spain spend more than it actually had, thus the Great Bankruptcies of 1557 and 1596.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1590 or later
  • Is bankrupt
Mean time to happen

12 months


Event button 547.png
Do we ever learn from history?
  • Lose Prestige.png 5 prestige
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Msg event.pngEpidemic Plague


The epidemics that swept Spain in the 1590s significantly reduced the population. In addition, as Philip II strengthened the Inquisition, intellectual life became narrower and less open to new currents of thought. At his death in 1598 Philip left a country that was declining domestically and internationally.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Owns at least 4 non-colony provinces
  • Iberia:
    • Province is owned by (Our country)
  • Year is 1550 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1700 or later
Mean time to happen

120 months


Event button 547.png
We will recover
  • Gain country modifier “Severe Plague” for 1825 days
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Msg event.pngThe Iberian Revolts


In 1639 Olivares opened a campaign against southern France from Catalonia. If the Catalans had to defend their country, Olivares argued, they would have to support the army. This logic was lost on the Catalans. The peasants, urged on by their clergy, refused to support the troops. Soon there were clashes with the population, then riots and open rebellion. On June 7 the mob murdered the viceroy in Barcelona. In the autumn of 1640 Olivares scraped together the last available troops and sent them against the Catalan rebels. The rebel leader, Pau Claris, countered by transferring Catalan allegiance to the king of France, 'as in the time of Charlemagne' (Jan. 1641). French troops now entered Catalonia. Only when the renewed French civil wars (the Fronde) induced the French to withdraw their army was the Castilians able to re-conquer Catalonia (1652).


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Owns at least 10 non-colony provinces
  • Year is 1600 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1700 or later
  • None of:
    • Primary culture is Catalan
  • Any owned province:
    • Culture is Catalan
Mean time to happen

400 months


Event button 547.png
Put it down!
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Culture is Catalan
    • Gain Local unrest.png 20 unrest
Event button 547.png
Appease them!
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Culture is Catalan
    • Gain Local autonomy.png 25% local autonomy
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Msg event.pngNational revolt in Portugal


In 1640, Portugal had been under the domination of Spanish kings for 60 years, since the fall of the Aviz dynasty in 1578. However, in 1640, the Portuguese rose up in revolt and started a long liberation war against Spain. A long 24 years struggle, along with Spanish defeat in the Thirty Years War (1648), peace with France (1659) would lead to a renewed independence for Portugal, under the new Braganza dynasty, which would turn to Stuart England as an ally and protector (marriage of Catherine of Braganza with Charles II and transfer of Bombay to England as a dowry).


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Owns at least 10 non-colony provinces
  • Year is 1600 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1700 or later
  • None of:
    • Primary culture is Portuguese
  • Any owned province:
    • Culture is Portuguese
Mean time to happen

400 months


Event button 547.png
Put it down!
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Culture is Portuguese
    • Gain Local unrest.png 20 unrest
Event button 547.png
Appease them!
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Culture is Portuguese
    • Gain Local autonomy.png 25% local autonomy
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Msg event.pngThe Italian Revolts


In 1647, popular revolutions broke out in Naples and Palermo, and soon these two cities were in the hands of revolutionary governments. In Naples, at least, it was again the excessive taxation, imposed for Spain's war effort that had precipitated the rebellion. The Spanish monarchy, wrote the Venetian ambassador to Madrid at the time, 'resembled that great colossus that during an earthquake had collapsed in a few moments while everyone hurried along to enrich himself with the fragments.' In fact, Spain survived and even managed to hold on to much of its empire. The revolts of Naples and Sicily, directed as much against the local nobility as against Spain, were put down in 1648.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Owns at least 10 non-colony provinces
  • Year is 1600 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1700 or later
  • Any owned province:
    • Province is in Italy region
Mean time to happen

400 months


Event button 547.png
Put it down!
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province is in Italy region
    • Gain Local unrest.png 20 unrest
Event button 547.png
Appease them!
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province is in Italy region
    • Gain Local autonomy.png 25% local autonomy
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Msg event.pngThe Constitution of 1812


The Cortes, when they met at Cadiz in 1810, were dominated by liberals who wished to go beyond the mere support of the war effort and establish a constitution that would make impossible the revival of rule by a favorite like Godoy. The Constitution of Cadiz gave Spain a strictly limited monarchy (the king must work through his responsible ministers), a single-chamber Parliament with no special representation for the Church or the nobility, and a modern centralized administrative system based on provinces and municipalities.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1800 or later
  • None of:
    • Government is Constitutional Monarchy
  • None of:
    • Government is Celestial Empire
  • Government is monarchy
Mean time to happen

10 months


Event button 547.png
Follow the Cortes
  • Change government to Constitutional Monarchy
Event button 547.png
Resist these liberals!
  • Lose Icon stability.png 1 stability
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Msg event.pngA new Spanish Capital


The unification of Spain has created a kingdom consisting of many former realms. [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] has served our predecessors well but it has been suggested that the small city of Madrid with its central position and welcoming climate would be a better location from which to rule all the Spanish realms. The existing Real Alcázar de Madrid could be expanded into a suitable royal residence while the city in general is still undeveloped enough to offer a blank sheet for the city planners of our kingdom. Let us build a new capital fit to rule a Great Empire!


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Owns core province Madrid
  • None of:
    • Capital is Madrid
  • Owns at least 25 non-colony provinces
  • Government is monarchy
  • Year is 1520 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1580 or later
Mean time to happen

180 months


Event button 547.png
¡Sólo Madrid es corte!
  • Change capital to Madrid
  • Province Madrid:
    • Gain province modifier “Sólo Madrid es corte!” for 3650 days
Event button 547.png
[Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] will remain the capital of our dynasty.
  • If the country has a stability of less than +3,
    • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
    • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
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Msg event.pngGrammar of the [Root.Culture.GetName] Tongue


Spain is a country of many languages and while some attempts have been made to create a standardized overview of grammar for the [Root.Culture.GetName] language it's far from the only language used in our administration even in the core of our lands. Recently a particularly well researched and thorough new Grammar for the [Root.Culture.GetName] tongue was presented to [Root.Monarch.GetName]. When our [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] asked what use this might be to the state the bishop of Avila offered this simple suggestion:
'After Your Highness has subjected barbarous peoples and nations of varied tongues, with conquest will come the need for them to accept the laws that the conqueror imposes on the conquered, and among them will be our language.'


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1490 or later
  • Owns at least 25 non-colony provinces
Mean time to happen

150 months


Event button 547.png
Adopt [Root.Culture.GetName] as the language of our administration.
  • Gain ruler modifier “One Language of Government”
Event button 547.png
We must try to incorporate all languages of our realm instead.
  • Gain ruler modifier “A Government of Many Languages”
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Msg event.pngNew Testament Translated Into Spanish


With its strongly Catholic history and identity the kingdom of Spain has not seen widespread interest in the Protestant reformation. There are, however, rumors of small groups of intellectuals secretly meeting to discuss these matters in larger cities. It is therefore with some concern that news has reached our most catholic majesty that the New Testament has been translated into Spanish by our countryman Francisco de Enzinas. While the printing presses in Spain itself are tightly controlled by the state it seems the printers of the Low Countries feel no obligation to protect the tender minds of our subjects. The Holy Inquisition has asked us to make an example of any Protestants they can find in our country to track down those who would bring the book into Spain as well as any Crypto-Lutherans inside our borders.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • The Protestantism Protestant religion is enabled
  • Government is monarchy
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • Year is 1530 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1560 or later
  • None of:
    • Iberia:
      • Is a Center of Reformation
  • None of:
    • num_of_owned_provinces_with = {
   value = 4
   region = iberia_region
   OR = {
       religion = reformed
       religion = protestant
   }
}
Mean time to happen

90 months


Event button 547.png
Best to nip this in the bud.
  • Gain ruler modifier “Intensified Suppression of Protestantism”
Event button 547.png
We can tolerate a few Protestants as long as they keep in line.
  • Gain country modifier “Spanish Bible Translation” for 7200 days
id

Msg event.pngUnification of Spain


Up until now the Spanish [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] has technically been the ruler of many states that together have been known as Spain. With the recent centralization of the government, however, and the creation of a new type of Parliament in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] [Root.Monarch.GetName] has suggested that it is time that we abolish the power of the local Cortes of the Spanish states. While this will not be an easy undertaking the alternative is to risk having the local Cortes stifle our new Parliamentary system with their old provincial interests.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • At least one of:
    • Government is Constitutional Monarchy
    • Government is Constitutional Republic
  • Is not at war
  • None of:
    • Has country modifier “Increased Decentralization”
  • Owns core province Cadiz
  • Owns core province Galicia
  • Owns core province Navarra
  • Owns core province València
  • Owns core province Barcelona
  • Owns core province Zaragoza
  • Owns core province León
  • Owns core province Madrid
  • None of:
  • None of:
  • None of:
  • None of:
  • None of:
Mean time to happen

1 month


Event button 547.png
One Cortes for a United Spain.
  • Lose Administrative power.png 50 administrative power
  • Gain country modifier “Nueva Planta Decrees” for -1 days
Event button 547.png
We cannot infringe on their ancient rights.
  • Gain country modifier “Cortes of all Spains” for 3650 days
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • DLC Common Sense.png Common Sense is active
    • Every owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • At least one of:
          • Province is Cadiz
          • Province is Galicia
          • Province is Navarra
          • Province is València
          • Province is Barcelona
          • Province is Zaragoza
          • Province is León
          • Province is Madrid
        • Does not have a seat in Parliament
        • Has estate Yes yes
      • set_seat_in_parliament = yes
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • None of:
        • DLC Common Sense.png Common Sense is active
    • Every owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • At least one of:
          • Province is Cadiz
          • Province is Galicia
          • Province is Navarra
          • Province is València
          • Province is Barcelona
          • Province is Zaragoza
          • Province is León
          • Province is Madrid
        • Is not the country's capital
      • Gain Local autonomy.png 50% local autonomy
id

Msg event.pngThe Italian Wars


The Italian Wars were a series of wars between 1494 and 1559 that involved most Italian city-states, the Papal State and drew in major powers like France, Spain and the Holy Roman Empire. The earlier War of Lombardy against the Republic of Venice had left the Duchy of Milan seeking an ally and turned to Charles VIII of France for help. Using the House of Valois' old claim to the throne of Naples as a pretext when Ferdinand I of Naples died, Charles invaded the peninsula in 1494. With his army followed a large and mobile siege train that battered down the medieval city walls in a matter of days - triggering the reforms that led to the fortification style called 'Trace Italienne.' Despite tactical victories in the field, Charles became cut off from France and was forced to return home in 1498. The conflict over Italy was, however, far from over and the wars between Spain and France would go on for another 61 years.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Flag of France France exists
  • Year is 1490 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1590 or later
  • None of:
  • None of:
  • None of:
  • Italy:
    • Is part of the Holy Roman Empire
  • Italy:
Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
Claim all French land in Italy!
  • Flag of France France:
    • Gain opinion modifier “Claimed Italy” towards (Our country)
    • Every owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Province is in Italy region
      • (Our country) gains a claim on this province
    • Hidden effect:
      • Trigger country event “The Italian Wars” in 10 days
Event button 547.png
Italy lies outside our sphere of interest
  • Lose Prestige.png 10 prestige
id

Msg event.pngThe Italian Wars


The Italian Wars were a series of wars between 1494 and 1559 that involved most Italian city-states, the Papal State and drew in major powers like France, Spain and the Holy Roman Empire. The earlier War of Lombardy against the Republic of Venice had left the Duchy of Milan seeking an ally and turned to Charles VIII of France for help. Using the House of Valois' old claim to the throne of Naples as a pretext when Ferdinand I of Naples died, Charles invaded the peninsula in 1494. Despite tactical victories in the field, Charles became cut off from France and was forced to return home in 1498. The conflict over Italy was, however, far from over and the wars between Spain and France would go on for another 61 years.

[From.GetName] has now claimed all our provinces in Italy!


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Event button 547.png
Then counter-claim all [From.GetAdjective] provinces!
  • FROM:
    • Every owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Province is in Italy region
      • (Our country) gains a claim on this province
    • Hidden effect:
      • Trigger country event “The Italian Wars” in 10 days
Event button 547.png
We should back down in Italy
  • Lose Prestige.png 10 prestige
id

Msg event.pngThe Italian Wars


Our move to claim all [From.GetAdjective] provinces in Italy has met with a response from [From.GetName]. They have now claimed all of our provinces in Italy!


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Event button 547.png
How dare they?! Italy is ours!
  • Gain opinion modifier “Claimed Italy” towards FROM
id

Msg event.pngOttoman Expansion in the Western Mediterranean


The expanding Ottoman Empire has long been cause for concern for the Christian countries with interest in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Balkans. With the fall of Tunis to the Ottomans they are now also present in the Western Mediterranean and seem destined to quickly supplant the weak Muslim dynasties that control most of the area. Interestingly enough the Emir in Tunis, recently ousted by Ottoman forces, has taken refuge in our country and is imploring us to retake his lost city. Perhaps his cooperation is just what we need to be able to stop the Ottoman menace before it is too late?


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • At least one of:
    • None of:
    • Flag of Tunis Tunis:
      • Is a vassal of (Our country)
  • Flag of Ottomans Ottomans:
    • None of:
      • Is allied to (Our country)
    • None of:
      • Is at war with (Our country)
    • Owns at least 40 non-colony provinces
    • None of:
      • Religion is in Christian group
    • Owns province Tunis
Mean time to happen

24 months


Event button 547.png
We must act to contain this threat!
  • Flag of Ottomans Ottomans:
    • Gain opinion modifier “Supporting Tunisian Claimant.” towards (Our country)
  • Province Tunis:
    • (Our country) gains a claim on this province
Event button 547.png
Our interests lie elsewhere.
  • Lose Prestige.png 5 prestige
  • Flag of Ottomans Ottomans:
    • Gain opinion modifier “Turned down Tunisian Claimant.” towards (Our country)

Reconquista events[edit]

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Msg event.pngTorquemada and the Conversion of the Moors


After having expelled the Jews on 3rd August 1492, the Catholic sovereigns of Spain considered it was time to look after the Moorish population of Al-Andalus, the southern part of the peninsula from the old Muslims kingdoms of Valencia and, above all, Grenada. With the renewal of the Inquisition led by Tomás de Torquemada, Spain became a country of religious fanatics where agricultural work and crafts were considered labors unworthy of Christians. Forced conversions followed as well as enslavement, torture and executions where many were burned at the stake. In the wake of these persecutions, many thousands left Spain.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • None of:
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • Is not at war
  • Any owned province:
    • Province is in Iberia region
    • Religion is in Muslim group
Mean time to happen

12 months


Immediate effects
  • Hidden effect:
    • Set country flag spa_holy_inquisition

Event button 547.png
Let us be rid of those we cannot trust
  • Gain skill 1 Inquisitor advisor named Tomás de Torquemada in Castilla La Vieja (50% cheaper to employ)
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province is in Iberia region
      • Religion is in Muslim group
    • Change religion to Catholicism Catholic
    • Gain province modifier “Forced Conversion” for 3650 days
  • One random country:
    • Limited to:
      • Religion is in Muslim group
      • Any owned province:
        • Sea Zone:
          • Any neighbouring province:
            • Province is owned by (Our country)
    • Trigger country event “Fate of the Spanish Moors” in 10 days
  • Set country flag torquemada_expelled
  • Catholicism Catholicism gains Catholic reform desire.png 2% reform desire
Event button 547.png
Toleration is key to the nation's prosperity
  • (custom tooltip - delete this line)
  • Catholicism Catholicism loses Catholic reform desire.png 1% reform desire
  • If the country has a stability of less than +3,
    • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
    • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
  • Gain ruler modifier “Religious Tolerance”
id

Msg event.pngFate of the Spanish Moors


In a foolish decision of faith over economy, [From.GetName] have caused many of the Moors still living in their lands to leave.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Event button 547.png
They are a welcome addition to our country.
  • One random owned province:
    • Gain Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax
id

Msg event.pngThe Alhambra Decree


With the fall of Granada the last Muslim bastion of the Iberian Peninsula is now in Christian hands. Among our subjects there are still, however, a large number of Jews, Muslims and converts of questionable sincerity known as Marranos and Moriscos.
In order to create a truly universal Catholic state it has been suggested that we force our Jewish population to either convert or leave the country forever with what possessions they have that are not of precious metals.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • None of:
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • Has idea “Spanish Inquisition”
  • Is not at war
  • Year is 1480 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1540 or later
Mean time to happen

180 months


Event button 547.png
Expulsion or Conversion
  • Gain country modifier “Alhambra Decree” for 3650 days
  • Flag of The Papal State The Papal State:
    • Gain opinion modifier “Enacted Alhambra Decree” towards (Our country)
Event button 547.png
Let them stay.
  • Gain Prestige.png 10 prestige
id

Msg event.pngWar of Las Alpujarras


The Christian clergy has always regarded the Morisco converts to Christianity with suspicion. This is all the more true in the recently conquered kingdom of Granada where the policies to encourage conversions have been too efficient according to some. Whether the Christian suspicions have been proven right or if it is a result of their actions to persecute feared Crypto-Catholics we cannot know but it is clear the Moriscos in the former kingdom of Granada feel they have had enough.
On the slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountains the Moors have enthroned a new king of Granada and as the revolt spreads reports reach us of the destruction of churches, torture and murder of Christian priests and open defiance of our most Catholic kingdom.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • None of:
    • Year is 1600 or later
  • Country flag spa_holy_inquisition is set
  • None of:
  • Owns province Granada
  • Any owned province:
    • None of:
      • Has province modifier “Forced Conversion”
    • Province is in Iberia region
    • Culture is Andalusian
    • Is a core of Flag of Granada Granada
  • At least one of:
    • Country flag torquemada_expelled is set
    • All of:
      • None of:
        • Country flag torquemada_expelled is set
      • Any owned province:
        • Is a core of Flag of Granada Granada
        • Has an active missionary
Mean time to happen

60 months


Immediate effects
  • Hidden effect:
    • One random owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Province is in Iberia region
        • Is a core of Flag of Granada Granada
        • At least one of:
          • Fort level.png Fort level is at least 1
          • Province is Granada
      • Set province flag alpujarras_centre_of_revolt
    • Every owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Province is in Iberia region
        • Is a core of Flag of Granada Granada
        • None of:
          • Province flag alpujarras_centre_of_revolt is set
      • Set province flag alpujarras_revolt

Event button 547.png
Ok.
  • Lose Icon stability.png 1 stability
  • Set country flag alpujarras_revolt_happened
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province flag alpujarras_centre_of_revolt is set
    • If:
      • Limited to:
        • None of:
          • Religion is Sunni Islam Sunni
      • Change religion to Sunni Islam Sunni
    • Separatist rebels.png Nationalist rebels (size 2) (friendly to Flag of Granada Granada) rise in revolt (led by Abén Umayyad) and occupy the province
    • Clear province flag alpujarras_centre_of_revolt
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Province flag alpujarras_revolt is set
    • If:
      • Limited to:
        • None of:
          • Religion is Sunni Islam Sunni
      • Change religion to Sunni Islam Sunni
    • Separatist rebels.png Nationalist rebels (size 1) (friendly to Flag of Granada Granada) rise in revolt
    • Clear province flag alpujarras_revolt
id

Msg event.pngFate of the Kingdom of Granada


With all important locations in Granada once again under our control we must decide what to do with the Morisco population. It is true that most of them never supported the rebellion but how could we trust them not to turn on us in the future?


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Country flag alpujarras_revolt_happened is set
  • None of:
    • Country flag end_of_granada is set
  • None of:
  • Owns province Granada
  • None of:
    • Any owned province:
Mean time to happen

12 months


Event button 547.png
Expel all Granadan Moriscos!
  • Set country flag end_of_granada
  • Lose Icon stability.png 2 stability
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
    • Change religion to Catholicism Catholic
    • Flag of Granada Granada loses their core on this province
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Culture is Andalusian
    • Change culture to Castilian
  • One random country:
    • Limited to:
      • Religion is in Muslim group
      • Any owned province:
        • Sea Zone:
          • Any neighbouring province:
            • Province is owned by (Our country)
    • Trigger country event “Fate of the Spanish Moors” in 10 days
Event button 547.png
We must mend these wounds, not cut off the limb.
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • None of:
        • Icon stability.png Stability is at least +3
    • If the country has a stability of less than +3,
      • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
      • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
  • If:
    • Limited to:
      • Icon stability.png Stability is at least +3
    • Every owned province:
      • Limited to:
      • Lose Local unrest.png 2 unrest
id

Msg event.pngCrusade against Oran


Early in the 16th century cardinal Francisco Jimenez de Cisneros set his sights on the North African coast, a region where his religious zeal could find an outlet now that the Reconquista was over in Spain. He personally organized and financed a crusade against the city of Oran. The port of Mers El Kebir was captured in 1505 and in 1509 a strong force accompanied by Cisneros himself and led by the Condottieri Pedro Navarro finally took Oran in an assault.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Province Oran:
    • Province is owned by (Our country)
Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
Expansion in North Africa seems prosperous
  • Gain Prestige.png 10 prestige
  • Gain Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.05 years of income


id

Msg event.pngThe Expulsion of the Moriscos


Southern parts of Spain were inhabited mostly by Moriscos - Muslims who had converted to Catholicism under the threat of expulsion by Ferdinand and Isabella following the Reconquista. Many, however, continued secretly to practice Islam, and at times provided the Ottoman Turks with information facilitating Turkish raids on the Spanish coast. Persecuted by the Spanish Inquisition and subjected to restrictive legislation, the Moriscos rose in a bloody rebellion (1568-71), which Philip II put down with the help of Don John of Austria. The Moriscos prospered in spite of persecutions and furthered Spanish agriculture, trade, and industries. However, in 1609 Philip III, influenced by the Duke of Lerma, decreed their expulsion for both religious and political reasons, and the Moriscos to leave the Kingdom, only allwing them to keep what they could carry. Everything else was confiscated. The expulsions came to hurt the Spanish economy for generations.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • None of:
    • Primary culture is Andalusian
  • None of:
  • Year is 1600 or later
  • Any owned province:
    • Culture is Andalusian
  • None of:
Mean time to happen

140 months


Event button 547.png
Expel them!
  • Gain Papal influence.png 25 papal influence
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Culture is Andalusian
    • Gain Local unrest.png 5 unrest
  • One random country:
    • Limited to:
      • Religion is in Muslim group
      • Any owned province:
        • Sea Zone:
          • Any neighbouring province:
            • Province is owned by (Our country)
    • Trigger country event “Expulsion of the Moriscos” in 10 days
Event button 547.png
Let them be as they are needed for the economy
  • Lose Papal influence.png 25 papal influence
id

Msg event.pngExpulsion of the Moriscos


In a foolish decision of faith over economy [From.GetName] has chosen to expel the Moriscos living in their land. This is an opportunity to enhance our own economy. Should we allow them to settle in our provinces?


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Event button 547.png
They are a welcome addition
  • One random owned province:
    • Gain Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax

Advisor events[edit]

id

Msg event.pngIgnacio de Loyola


Ignacio de Loyola was born in 1491 into a Basque noble family. He served as a soldier under Antonio Manrique de Lara, the Viceroy of Navarre - a Kingdom that Spain had conquered in 1512 - and was wounded in the Battle of Pamplona. When the French army, supporting the expelled Navarrese monarchy, stormed the city on May 20, 1521, Loyola was hit by a cannonball that severely injured both his legs. During the long and painful recovery, Ignacio read a translated version of Ludolph of Saxony's 'De Vita Christi' - a commentary on the life of Jesus that had a great influence on Loyola. He abandoned his military life and decided to devote himself entirely to serving God. In 1534 he and six companions formed the Society of Jesus, commonly known as the Jesuits, devoted to opposing heresy and actively promoting the counter-reformation.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • Year is 1521 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1556 or later
Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
An Excellent Minister!
  • Gain Administrative power.png 50 administrative power
  • Gain Papal influence.png 25 papal influence
  • Gain skill 2 Theologian advisor named Ignacio de Loyola (50% cheaper to employ)


id

Msg event.pngBaltasar de Zuniga


Baltasar de Zuniga came from a powerful Spanish noble family. He served Philip III as ambassador to Brussels, Paris and Vienna between 1599 to 1617. In the latter position he was instrumental in Spain's intervention in the Thirty Years War. In 1618 he managed to remove the Duke of Lerma as Philip III's key advisor, a position he then overtook himself. De Zuniga's nephew, Olivares, was placed in the household of Prince Philip - later Philip IV - to assure continued dominance at the royal court.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Year is 1591 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1622 or later
Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
An Excellent Minister!
  • Gain Administrative power.png 40 administrative power
  • Gain Diplomatic power.png 40 diplomatic power
  • Gain Military power.png 40 military power
  • Gain skill 3 Statesman advisor named Baltasar de Zuniga (50% cheaper to employ)
id

Msg event.pngOlivares


The Duke of Olivares led the Spanish government between 1621 and 1643, under King Philip IV (1621-1665) whom he was enjoying the favor. He was devious and cunning leader, he involved Spain in the Thirty Years War alongside the Imperials and had the war with Holland renewed. This proved disastrous and precipitated Spanish decline, with secession of both Catalonia (reunited 1652) and Portugal in 1640. Under his governments, poetry, literature (Calderon) and painting (El Greco, Velasquez, and Murillo) prospered and Spanish modes and customs spread across Europe.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1617 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1645 or later
Mean time to happen

64 months


Immediate effects
  • Set country flag SPA_had_event_3711

Event button 547.png
An Excellent Minister!
  • Gain Administrative power.png 100 administrative power
  • Gain Diplomatic power.png 100 diplomatic power
  • Gain Military power.png 100 military power
  • Gain skill 3 Statesman advisor named Conde-Duque Olivares (50% cheaper to employ)
id

Msg event.pngAlberoni


Born in 1664 the son of a gardener in Fiorenzuela (near Placentia, Italy), Giulio Alberoni owned his political career and success to the Duke of Vendôme, the French general whom he served in Italy, France and Spain. Agent of the Duke of Parma, he facilitated the wedding of Philip V of Spain with Elizabeth Farnese and become a Cardinal in 1717. His bellicose policy in Spain had him expelled in 1719. He was cunning and sly, but Spain did not have the resources needed to fulfill his ambitious plan. The Age of Spanish Supremacy was long gone.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1694 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1752 or later
Mean time to happen

150 months


Event button 547.png
An Excellent Minister!
  • Gain Diplomatic power.png 100 diplomatic power
  • Gain skill 2 Statesman advisor named Giulio Alberoni (50% cheaper to employ)
id

Msg event.pngJose Moñino


After the expulsion of the Jesuits from Spain (1767), Moñino was sent to Rome as ambassador to obtain the papal suppression of the Society of Jesus. He was ennobled (1773) for the success of his mission. In 1776 Charles III appointed him chief minister. Under Conde de Floridablanca, as he was simply known in Spain, the Spanish enlightened despotism reached its peak, and his internal reforms, notably in finance, helped centralize the state. This, however, brought him into conflict with especially the Aragonese faction at court who accused him of embezzlement. After serving a three-year sentence he withdrew from public life. At the age of eighty he made a comeback into political life as he accepted the title of President of the Supreme Central and Governmental Junta that led the defense against Napoleon in 1808.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1758 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1808 or later
Mean time to happen

120 months


Event button 547.png
An Excellent Minister!
  • Gain Administrative power.png 100 administrative power
  • Gain skill 3 Statesman advisor named José Monino (50% cheaper to employ)

Colonisation events[edit]

id

Msg event.pngChristopher Columbus


Explorer Christopher Columbus made two attempts to convince the King of Portugal, [From.Monarch.GetName], to finance an expedition to try and find a western route to the Orient. After being rejected the second time, Columbus turned his efforts towards the [Root.GetAdjective] Crown. Backed up by Italian investors, Columbus hopes to convince King [Root.Monarch.GetName] to agree to the expedition.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None of:
    • Global flag columbus_happened is set
  • Has idea “Quest for the New World”
  • At least one of:
    • None of:
      • North America:
        • Has discovered (Our country)
    • None of:
      • South America:
        • Has discovered (Our country)
    • None of:
      • Any known country:
        • North America:
          • Has discovered (Previously mentioned country)
    • None of:
      • Any known country:
        • South America:
          • Has discovered (Previously mentioned country)
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Event button 547.png
Reject his proposal
  • Set country flag turned_down_columbus
  • One random known country:
    • Limited to:
      • None of:
        • Country flag turned_down_columbus is set
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
      • Has idea “Quest for the New World”
    • Trigger country event “Christopher Columbus”
Event button 547.png
Hire Columbus
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.25 years of income
  • Set global flag columbus_happened
  • define_explorer = {
name = "Crist\243bal Col\243n" fire = 2 shock = 2 manuever = 6 siege = 0 }
id

Msg event.pngDiscovery of the New World!


On October 12, 1492, after 34 days out of sight of land, Christopher Columbus and his crew set foot on an island in the Bahamas, which Columbus named San Salvador. They had discovered a New World.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None of:
    • Global flag new_world_discovered is set
  • At least one of:
  • At least one of:
    • North America:
      • Has discovered (Our country)
    • South America:
      • Has discovered (Our country)
    • New World:
      • Has discovered (Our country)
Mean time to happen

1 month


Immediate effects
  • Set global flag new_world_discovered

Event button 547.png
Now so have we!
  • Gain Prestige.png 50 prestige
  • add_innovativeness_small_effect = yes
id

Msg event.pngThe Quest for the New World


After the Conquest of Granada, Spain was filled with veterans and warriors of the faith with nothing to do and many needs. Deeds and needs would be fulfilled as Cortez and Pizarro started out to conquer South- and Central America. All these people became the hacienda-owners and trader-barons of the New World bringing wealth both into their own pockets and the vaults of the Spanish treasury.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • At least one of:
    • North America:
      • Has discovered (Our country)
    • South America:
      • Has discovered (Our country)
Mean time to happen

64 months


Event button 547.png
A New Reconquista! We need Conquistadors
  • define_conquistador = {
   fire = 2
   shock = 2
   manuever = 5
}
  • Gain Military power.png 50 military power
Event button 547.png
A New Reconquista! We need Explorers
  • define_explorer = {
   fire = 2
   shock = 2
   manuever = 5
}
  • Gain Military power.png 50 military power
id

Msg event.pngLaws of Burgos


The Laws of Burgos was a set of laws concerning the behavior of Spaniards in America that were issued in the city of Burgos in 1512. They especially concerned the treatment of the indigenous peoples. Though the laws authorized colonizers to forcibly grouping together Indians to work for them, the laws also regulated rules regarding work, pay, provisioning and living quarters. It also prohibited any form of punishment by others than the authorities. The laws, however, did little to ease the suffering of the Indians due to lax implementation.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1500 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1600 or later
  • colony = 3
Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
Enforce these laws!
  • Every subject country:
    • Limited to:
      • is_colonial_nation_of = ROOT
    • Gain country modifier “Laws of Burgos” for -1 days
Event button 547.png
We rule by the right of Conqueror!
  • Gain Prestige.png 25 prestige
id

Msg event.pngCasa de Contratación


The Casa de Contratación was established by Isabella I of Castile in 1503 as a government agency to oversee all Spanish colonization. Voyages of exploration and trade had to be approved by it and all colonial taxes were collected by it. The Casa was also instructed to try and protect secret information on new trade routes and discoveries.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Has at least Colonists.png 2 colonists
Mean time to happen

120 months


Event button 547.png
We should establish it
  • Gain country modifier “Casa de Contratación” for -1 days
id

Msg event.pngThe Sun Never Sets


During the 16th century under the rule of Charles V, the Spanish Empire reached its greatest span. Charles' extensive domains in Europe included Spain, Austria, the Low Countries, Milan and the Kingdom of Naples. To this came numerous colonies in North and South America, Africa and Asia.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Europe:
    • country_or_vassal_holds = ROOT
  • North America:
    • country_or_vassal_holds = ROOT
  • South America:
    • country_or_vassal_holds = ROOT
  • Africa:
    • country_or_vassal_holds = ROOT
  • Asia:
    • country_or_vassal_holds = ROOT
Mean time to happen

64 months


Event button 547.png
It was said to be 'The empire on which the sun never sets.'
  • Gain Prestige.png 25 prestige
  • Gain Legitimacy.png 25 legitimacy
  • Gain Papal influence.png 100 papal influence
id

Msg event.pngThe Trade Center of Sevilla


With the discovery of the New World, Seville entered its greatest period of prosperity. It was the chief port of trade with the new colonies. Quickly the Spanish monarchs let it have the monopoly on freights from the Spanish colonies.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Owns province Sevilla
  • colony = 3
Mean time to happen

120 months


Event button 547.png
We now have control of our Oversea Trade
  • Province Sevilla:
    • Gain province modifier “Port to the New World” for -1 days
id

Msg event.pngExpulsion of the Jesuit Order


The Society of Jesus has played a very active part in the history of our country through the years both as agents of the Counter-Reformation and as facilitators of the colonization and conversion of the Americas. Through the centuries the order has come to wield considerable political power, especially in the colonies, where it has over time grown to become something of a nuisance. Our colonial administrators and landowners complain that the Jesuits protect runaway Indian slaves and that some of their reductions take up valuable land that would serve much better as a direct part of our country. The Order has also used its influence more than once to deflect or prevent our political goals and many suspect they support autonomy for our colonial possessions. The defenders of the Jesuits, however, claim that they bring many indirect benefits to our colonies and that we will see far from beneficial long term effects from expelling the order.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • colony = 3
  • Year is 1750 or later
  • At least one of:
    • Government is Constitutional Monarchy
    • Government is Enlightened Despotism
  • Has country modifier “The Societas Jesu”
Mean time to happen

150 months


Event button 547.png
Expel all Jesuits and auction of their property.
  • Gain Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.25 years of income
  • Lose Prestige.png 10 prestige
  • Remove country modifier "The Societas Jesu"
  • Every subject country:
    • Limited to:
      • is_colonial_nation_of = ROOT
      • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
    • Every owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Has province modifier “Jesuit Mission”
      • Remove province modifier "Jesuit Mission"
    • Gain Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.25 years of income
    • Gain country modifier “Jesuits Expelled” for -1 days
    • Gain Liberty desire.png 5% liberty desire
Event button 547.png
Their contributions to society more than make up for the problems they bring.
  • Gain Prestige.png 25 prestige
id

Msg event.pngReforming the Colonial Administration


The Spanish Colonial Empire is one of the oldest in the world and as such has one of the oldest systems of administration. [Root.Monarch.GetName] has recently taken an interest in how the government of the colonies might be improved in order to increase our revenue extraction from them. The advisors of [Root.Monarch.GetName] are all men of the Enlightment and have suggested a number of ways to improve the situation, among other things the colonies should be allowed to trade freely rather than through a few select ports, Intendants appointed directly by the crown should be sent out to ensure the efficiency and honesty of our administration and tax reductions for vital sectors might stimulate the growth of the colonial economies.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1700 or later
  • At least one of:
    • Government is Constitutional Monarchy
    • Government is Enlightened Despotism
  • colony = 3
Mean time to happen

150 months


Event button 547.png
Reform our colonial administration.
  • Lose Administrative power.png 75 administrative power
  • Gain country modifier “Colonial Reforms” for -1 days
  • Every subject country:
    • Limited to:
      • is_colonial_nation_of = ROOT
    • Gain country modifier “Colonial Reforms” for 7200 days
    • Gain opinion modifier “Colonial Reforms” towards (Our country)
Event button 547.png
Let us not mend what is not broken.
  • Every subject country:
    • Limited to:
      • is_colonial_nation_of = ROOT
    • Gain Liberty desire.png 5% liberty desire
    • Gain opinion modifier “Colonial Privileges Kept” towards (Our country)
id

Msg event.pngThe Valladolid Debate


The treatment of the native population in our colonies has become the subject of great debate among the [Root.Culture.GetName] intellectuals. A priest named Bartolomé de las Casas have made himself the spokesman of the natives and demand that we recognize their free will to receive Christ rather than force them into slavery and compelled conversions. The discussion has been going on for some time in various publications and has now culminated in a great debate being held in Valladolid at the request of [Root.Monarch.GetName].
Las Casas main opponent, Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda, argues that the natives are naturally disposed towards slavery and that this is the only sure way to get them to stop their barbaric customs of cannibalism and human sacrifice in order to make them convert to the true faith.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • Year is 1540 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1570 or later
  • colony = 3
  • At least one of:
    • North America:
      • country_or_vassal_holds = ROOT
    • South America:
      • country_or_vassal_holds = ROOT
  • Owns province Castilla La Vieja
Mean time to happen

90 months


Event button 547.png
Let us follow Sepúlveda's reasoning.
  • Gain country modifier “Colonial Policies: Sepúlveda” for 3650 days
  • Every subject country:
    • Limited to:
      • is_colonial_nation_of = ROOT
    • Gain country modifier “Colonial Policies: Sepúlveda” for 3650 days
Event button 547.png
A good debate is always valuable in itself.
  • Gain Prestige.png 10 prestige
Event button 547.png
Let us follow Las Casas reasoning.
  • Every subject country:
    • Limited to:
      • is_colonial_nation_of = ROOT
    • Gain country modifier “Colonial Policies: Las Casas” for 3650 days
    • Gain opinion modifier “Angered Land Owners” towards (Our country)

Minor events[edit]

id

Msg event.pngMiguel de Cervantes


In his early twenties novelist and poet Miguel de Cervantes served as a soldier in the Spanish navy. He was captured by Algerian corsairs in 1575 and kept hostage for five years, until ransomed by his parents and a Catholic religious order. In 1585 he published his first novel, La Galetea, but continued to support himself as a purveyor and tax collector. His break as an author came in 1605 with the publication of 'The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha' which became an immediate success and was later followed by a second part in 1615.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1577 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1616 or later
Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
Excellent
  • Gain Diplomatic power.png 50 diplomatic power
id

Msg event.pngTomás Luis de Victoria


Although an accomplished organist and singer, Tomás Luis de Victoria preferred the more quiet life of a composer to that of a performer. He was considered the most famous composer of 16th century Spain and one of the best-regarded composers of sacred music.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of Spain Spain
  • Year is 1578 or later
  • None of:
    • Year is 1611 or later
Mean time to happen

100 months


Immediate effects
  • Set country flag SPA_had_event_1101

Event button 547.png
Excellent
  • Gain Prestige.png 25 prestige

The Habsburgs[edit]

id

Msg event.pngA Strategic Marriage


As France grows stronger and begins to exert her power across Western Europe, those of us unfortunate enough to be her neighbors have to take action. In order to counter the rising threat, we have skillfully devised a political marriage with the Habsburgs of Austria, ensuring good relations between our countries for all time.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Does not have an heir
  • Is not a lesser partner in a personal union
  • Has a royal marriage with Flag of Austria Austria
  • Flag of Austria Austria:
    • Ruler is of von Habsburg dynasty
    • At least one of:
      • None of:
        • Country flag bur_marriage_successor is set
      • Is player-controlled
  • None of:
    • Ruler is of Austria dynasty
  • Flag of France France:
    • is_rival = HAB
    • is_rival = ROOT
  • None of:
    • At least one of:
  • None of:
    • Ruler is of France dynasty
  • ruler_age = 20
Mean time to happen

6 months


Event button 547.png
Glory to the Habsburgs! Glory to $COUNTRY$!
  • Gain a new heir with claim strength 100
  • Hidden effect:
    • Flag of Austria Austria:
      • Trigger country event “Spain, a Habsburg Throne”
id

Msg event.pngSpain, a Habsburg Throne


As a response to our common enemy, France, the heirless [From.Monarch.GetTitle] [From.Monarch.GetName] of $FROM$ has married their line of succession into a branch of the glorious house of Habsburg. This will ensure good relations and cooperation across Habsburg Europe for all eternity.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

(please describe trigger here)


Event button 547.png
One house, united against one enemy.
  • Gain Prestige.png 5 prestige
id

Msg event.pngA Very Strategic Marriage


As France grows stronger and begins to exert her power across Western Europe, those of us unfortunate enough to be her neighbors have to take action. In order to counter the rising threat, we have skillfully devised a political marriage with the Habsburgs of Austria, ensuring good relations between our countries for all time. If we make the right moves, we might even be able to secure parts of the von Habsburg lands under the [Root.GetAdjective] crown.


 
Trigger conditions
  • At least one of:
  • Does not have an heir
  • Is not a lesser partner in a personal union
  • Has a royal marriage with Flag of Austria Austria
  • Flag of Austria Austria:
    • Ruler is of von Habsburg dynasty
    • Is AI-controlled
    • Country flag bur_marriage_successor is set
  • None of:
    • Ruler is of Austria dynasty
  • Flag of France France:
    • is_rival = HAB
    • is_rival = ROOT
  • None of:
    • is_rival = HAB
  • None of:
  • None of:
  • None of:
    • Ruler is of France dynasty
  • ruler_age = 20
Mean time to happen

6 months


Event button 547.png
Secure an heir with territorial claims.
  • Gain a new 15 year old heir with claim strength 100
  • (custom tooltip - delete this line)
  • Hidden effect:
    • Flag of Austria Austria:
      • Trigger country event “Spain, a Habsburg Throne”
      • Every owned province:
        • Limited to:
          • Province flag bur_succession_province is set
          • At least one of:
            • Province is in Low Countries region
            • Is in Picardy area
        • (Our country) gains a core on this province
        • Flag of Austria Austria loses their core on this province
        • Cede province to (Our country)
Event button 547.png
Keep Austrian and [Root.GetAdjective] lands completely separate.
  • Gain a new 15 year old heir with claim strength 100
  • Hidden effect:
    • Flag of Austria Austria:
      • Trigger country event “Spain, a Habsburg Throne”

Further events[edit]

Msg event.pngPapal approval of the Jesuit order


Your support of the Jesuit order has been noted and is wholly appreciated by the Pope. The order was created in 1534 by the Spaniard Don Iñigo López de Recalade, better know as Ignatius of Loyola. He was one of the most devoted counter reformists and enemy number one of the Protestant movement.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

the event The Foundation of Societas Jesu.


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OK

If Flag of Portugal Portugal or Flag of Spain Spain:

  • Gain Papal influence.png+10 papal influence.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. The script code of these events can be found in /Europa Universalis IV/events/flavorSPA.txt.