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Missing Cultures[edit source]

I don't know why, but it curiously seems that all individual Mesoamerican, Caribbean and Australian cultures are mysteriously missing from the Individual Culture map. Does anyone know how to fix it?

Additions[edit source]

I added the Basque, Burman, Carribean, Cen. American, Dravidian, East Aryan, East Asian, Finno-Ugric, Hindusthani, Iranian, Malay, Mon Khmer, Nor. American, Pacific, South American, Thai & West Aryan culture groups. Will probably be changed when the game comes out, due to localization inconsistencies. -Pinpinolo (too lazy to make an account right now :p)

Oh, thanks, you made me and the others a lot of great work. Why don't you make an account? It's free and it's even without email address. It's better than see IP address for sure. --Wrongovernmentype (talk) 09:35, 13 August 2013 (CEST)

Crusader Kings II Cultures[edit source]

Should the cultures of Crusader Kings II be added? For example I noticed that the Alans are part of the Byzantine Culture group but aren't up there and as are many other cultures.Jedikiller1 16:18, 17 November 2013 (CET)


There is when you convert a game from CK2 a horse nation in the Falklands it is ruled by king Glitterhof and is a part of Lost cultures --185.66.193.28 17:17, 9 May 2018 (CEST)

Of date example[edit source]

"Note that culture groups are not just based on linguistic criteria - for example, Hungarian is classified as West Slavic owing to cultural similarities, rather than Finno-Ugric. ". In 1,6 Hungarian is not West Slavic.

CK2 imported cultures[edit source]

Should we make a section for cultures that come from CK2 the way the religions and denominations has a page like that?

Malayan[edit source]

I think there is some misunderstanding here, first, Malays is not a race, they're rather an ethnic groups, the same status and degree alongside with Javanese, Sundanese, and Sulawesian, there is more accepted terms is "Austronesian"... and also, Sundanese are not Javanese, in terms of ethnicity, culturally and linguistically (although the Sundanese were native in Java island) you should differ the terms between 'Javanese' and 'Javan'... Javanese is an ethnic group, while Javan is a terms for all people that live or come from Java island, regardless their ethnicity... Mufidkce (talk) 08:32, 4 March 2015 (CET)

Unfortunetly, that is how the game files refer to them and group them. Christopholes (talk) 08:43, 4 March 2015 (CET)
Hi, Mufidkce.
This Wiki describes the world of Europa Universalis IV. This world does not match reality – not as a whole, and certainly not in the details. – Lillebror (talk) 08:47, 4 March 2015 (CET)
It is irrelevant to the wiki that certain cultures are in the wrong category in-game as compared to reality. We have to write about the game; not reality. If someone wants to know about cultures in real life, they can read Wikipedia.
You might want to start a thread about the issue on the forums, but the wiki is not the place to complain about this kind of thing. ~ Meneth (talk) 15:17, 4 March 2015 (CET)

Dominant Culture[edit source]

How is defined the dominant culture? By base tax or by number of provinces? Stigni (talk) 10:50, 24 July 2015 (CEST)

Read the decision you've just transcluded, it says by base tax. Dauth (talk) 11:16, 24 July 2015 (CEST)
I found the inconsistency between the section and the decision. In the txt file there is: dominant_culture = capital. But is not clear what it means. Stigni (talk) 21:17, 24 July 2015 (CEST)
To be able to take the decision the capital must have the dominant (by base tax) culture, thus a nation with most base tax in culture A would not be allowed to take the decision if the capital had culture B. Dauth (talk) 21:23, 24 July 2015 (CEST)

Up to date for 1.16[edit source]

Culture mechanics have barely changed since the Cossacks added changing to cultures other than primary, added relations hits for conversion and got rid of primary nations disabling conversion. Made a few edits since the comment box is limited in characters, but almost all of my edits were just adding little bits of information and marking sections as up to date for 1.16.

I can't however seem to get rid of the "This section may contain outdated information..." disclaimers for the sub-sections in "Penalties for unaccepted cultures" since they don't seem to be on the edit page. They haven't changed since 1.15 which is when they were last verified for. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Skauld (Talk) 03:52, 11 April 2016‎ (CET)

They're part of the bonus table template and are handled on that page instead. Dauth (talk) 10:57, 12 April 2016 (CEST)
The mechanics may not have changed, but the culture maps definately need updating. Russian isn't a single culture any more but made up of 'Muscovoite', 'Novgorodian', 'Ryzanian' etc. Rygel8472 (talk) 16:37, 3 May 2016 (CEST)

Statistics section[edit source]

Is anyone attached to this section? Otherwise I would suggest deleting it. Dauth (talk) 10:57, 12 April 2016 (CEST)

That section might be more useful in the Nation designer page. Move it and leave note/link? ~ SolSys (talk) 11:17, 12 April 2016 (CEST)
I think it is probably better there than here. I'm not totally convinced we need to keep it. Dauth (talk) 11:29, 12 April 2016 (CEST)
Since they're so outdated, updating is harder than making new data. They have been removed. Dauth (talk) 12:18, 12 April 2016 (CEST)
Thet statistics section was incredibly useful for looking for culture groups that were good for cultural unions, and cultures that were good for not culture convert away, and now promote instead. It's more useful than any strategy section on this wiki. There's no viable alternative than making your own statistics, or looking it up on this page in the internet archives, but that requires you to know about that. I think it could aid a lot of players if it was added back. — Preceding unsigned comment added by DairyCakeFarmer (talk) 02:25, 18 January 2017‎ (CET)
There have been a lot of changes since patch 1.13 which have influenced these statistics. But if it helps, here is the link. – Lillebror (talk) 08:41, 18 January 2017 (CET)

Judging by the response to this reddit post, there seems to be some interest in these statistics. I updated the pyradox script which generated the original list, but removed the nation designer cost, because I don't see how this is useful and the function which calculated that information was broken and outdated. The results looks like this(these are 1.33 values):

Culture group Province count Development Base tax Base production Base manpower
Aboriginal 15 99 36 38 25
Altaic 132 715 232 224 259
Andean 31 193 76 75 42
Apachean 4 13 4 5 4
Araucanian 1 3 1 1 1
Aridoamerican 18 84 32 32 20
Baltic 18 125 47 46 32
British 35 270 102 103 65
Burman 21 162 59 60 43
Byzantine 27 230 89 81 60
Caddoan 5 18 7 6 5
Caribbean 2 6 2 2 2
Carpathian 30 241 94 89 58
Caucasian 26 201 70 70 61
Celtic 20 128 46 46 36
Central Algonquian 15 63 22 24 17
Central American 21 162 69 69 24
Central Indian 23 109 38 36 35
Chibchan 9 79 33 32 14
Chinese 87 953 381 375 197
Cushitic 58 313 109 110 94
Dravidian 55 452 172 176 104
East Bantu 29 173 65 64 44
East Slavic 103 682 255 258 169
Eastern Algonquian 9 44 15 16 13
Eastern Aryan 58 461 178 177 106
Evenki 44 288 101 98 89
French 70 866 313 311 242
Germanic 149 1482 574 562 346
Great Lakes 11 94 33 32 29
Hindustani 42 398 161 158 79
Iberian 66 589 224 212 153
Iranian 91 612 218 220 174
Iroquoian 18 101 34 38 29
Japanese 44 360 138 121 101
Je 2 13 6 4 3
Kamchatkan 12 47 16 16 15
Kongo 36 226 77 74 75
Korean 18 139 53 51 35
Latin 63 767 299 294 174
Levantine 152 1031 368 373 290
Maghrebi 58 369 147 143 79
Malay 108 946 352 357 237
Mande 27 207 83 83 41
Marañón 2 6 2 2 2
Mayan 28 170 71 71 28
Mon-Khmer 33 307 122 108 77
Muskogean 20 83 31 31 21
Na-Déné 1 3 1 1 1
Nordic 59 345 125 126 94
Otomanguean 12 76 32 32 12
Pacific 16 112 45 45 22
Penutian 3 13 5 5 3
Plains Algonquian 5 18 7 6 5
Sahelian 43 254 97 97 60
Siouan 6 24 9 8 7
Sonoran 10 38 14 14 10
South Slavic 40 273 104 108 61
Southern African 21 125 44 46 35
Sudanese 16 64 20 18 26
Tai 51 413 149 145 119
Tatar 57 442 154 155 133
Tibetan 36 177 58 57 62
Tupi 4 20 6 10 4
Ugric 13 75 26 27 22
West African 23 116 43 43 30
West Slavic 41 358 141 139 78
Western Aryan 74 515 205 203 107
Culture Culture group Province count Development Base tax Base production Base manpower
Abenaki Eastern Algonquian 2 8 2 3 3
Acehnese Malay 5 55 21 21 13
Acholi Sudanese 1 4 1 1 2
Afar Cushitic 4 17 6 5 6
Afghan Iranian 12 90 29 29 32
Aimara Andean 13 88 35 35 18
Ainu Kamchatkan 5 15 5 5 5
Akan West African 2 12 5 5 2
Albanian South Slavic 4 20 8 7 5
Algerian Maghrebi 8 47 18 17 12
Amhara Cushitic 12 72 24 25 23
Andalusian Iberian 12 109 42 39 28
Anicinabe Central Algonquian 1 6 3 2 1
Anishinabe Central Algonquian 4 17 6 7 4
Aragonese Iberian 4 36 14 12 10
Arakanese Burman 2 20 8 8 4
Arapaho Plains Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1
Armenian Caucasian 8 68 24 24 20
Assamese Eastern Aryan 5 39 14 14 11
Astrakhani Tatar 6 58 20 20 18
Austrian Germanic 13 127 45 46 36
Avadhi Hindustani 8 82 34 33 15
Azerbaijani Iranian 13 92 35 35 22
Aztec Central American 10 91 39 39 13
Bai Tibetan 5 35 13 12 10
Baluchi Iranian 9 47 15 15 17
Bambara Mande 4 33 14 14 5
Bashkir Tatar 4 35 12 12 11
Basque Iberian 3 23 8 7 8
Bavarian Germanic 11 120 46 45 29
Bedouin Levantine 21 74 24 23 27
Beja Sudanese 4 14 4 4 6
Bengali Eastern Aryan 17 171 66 66 39
Berber Maghrebi 17 103 40 40 23
Bihari Eastern Aryan 10 90 36 36 18
Bilala Sahelian 2 14 6 6 2
Blackfoot Plains Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1
Bornean Malay 21 177 64 65 48
Bosnian South Slavic 6 37 14 15 8
Bozo Mande 4 36 15 15 6
Breton French 5 55 18 18 19
Bulgarian South Slavic 11 77 26 30 21
Bungi Plains Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1
Burgundian French 10 123 42 45 36
Burmese Burman 8 87 31 31 25
Buryat Evenki 4 12 4 4 4
Byelorussian East Slavic 15 78 31 30 17
Caddo Caddoan 3 11 4 4 3
Cantonese Chinese 5 56 23 22 11
Caran Chibchan 4 35 15 14 6
Carib Caribbean 1 3 1 1 1
Castilian Iberian 13 111 41 40 30
Catalan Iberian 12 101 39 36 26
Catawba Muskogean 2 10 4 4 2
Chachapoyan Marañón 2 6 2 2 2
Cham Malay 8 69 27 25 17
Charruan Je 1 7 4 1 2
Cherokee Iroquoian 1 5 2 2 1
Cheyenne Plains Algonquian 1 6 3 2 1
Chichimecan Aridoamerican 3 9 3 3 3
Chickasaw Muskogean 1 5 2 2 1
Chimuan Andean 5 24 9 9 6
Chin Burman 7 34 13 13 8
Chinook Penutian 1 5 2 2 1
Chiwere Siouan 1 6 2 2 2
Choctaw Muskogean 2 10 4 4 2
Chokwe Kongo 2 9 3 3 3
Chontales Mayan 3 15 6 6 3
Circassian Caucasian 4 20 6 6 8
Cornish British 1 3 1 1 1
Cree Central Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1
Creek Muskogean 6 25 9 9 7
Crimean Tatar 8 82 29 29 24
Croatian South Slavic 6 41 17 16 8
Czech West Slavic 11 104 41 40 23
Dagestani Caucasian 5 39 13 13 13
Dagomba West African 3 9 3 3 3
Dakota Siouan 3 12 5 4 3
Dalmatian Latin 4 38 14 14 10
Danish Nordic 13 129 48 48 33
Delaware Eastern Algonquian 1 5 2 2 1
Diaguita Andean 2 10 4 4 2
Dutch Germanic 8 96 39 38 19
Dyola Mande 4 17 6 6 5
Eastern Apache Apachean 1 3 1 1 1
Egyptian Levantine 25 178 66 66 46
English British 25 203 77 78 48
Estonian Baltic 4 26 10 10 6
Evenk Evenki 7 33 11 11 11
Filipino Malay 13 108 41 42 25
Finnish Nordic 7 27 9 9 9
Flemish Germanic 6 94 37 37 20
Fon West African 1 3 1 1 1
Francien French 19 258 91 91 76
Franconian Germanic 8 73 29 28 16
Frisian Germanic 3 31 12 12 7
Fulani Sahelian 1 9 3 3 3
Galician Iberian 4 28 11 10 7
Gamilaraay Aboriginal 2 15 6 5 4
Gan Chinese 3 33 13 13 7
Ganda Great Lakes 4 38 14 13 11
Garjati Central Indian 8 34 12 11 11
Gascon French 8 86 30 30 26
Ge Je 1 6 2 3 1
Georgian Caucasian 9 74 27 27 20
Gondi Central Indian 11 60 21 19 20
Gothic Byzantine 1 9 3 3 3
Greek Byzantine 23 194 76 68 50
Guamares Aridoamerican 3 9 3 3 3
Guarani Tupi 1 3 1 1 1
Gujarati Western Aryan 8 67 29 29 9
Gunwinyguan Aboriginal 3 15 6 6 3
Haida Na-Déné 1 3 1 1 1
Hakka Chinese 4 42 17 17 8
Harari Cushitic 3 22 8 8 6
Hausa Sahelian 10 80 30 30 20
Hejazi Levantine 10 62 21 23 18
Highland Mayan Mayan 6 32 13 13 6
Highlander Celtic 7 40 13 13 14
Hindavi Hindustani 8 111 43 43 25
Hubei Chinese 4 43 17 17 9
Hungarian Carpathian 9 70 27 26 17
Huron Iroquoian 4 24 8 8 8
Icelandic Nordic 3 9 3 3 3
Illini Central Algonquian 3 14 5 5 4
Innu-Naskapi Central Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1
Irish Celtic 13 88 33 33 22
Iroquois Iroquoian 6 33 11 13 9
Javanese Malay 11 98 36 36 26
Jharkandi Central Indian 4 15 5 6 4
Jianghuai Chinese 7 110 47 47 16
Jin Chinese 8 68 26 24 18
Jurchen Evenki 32 240 85 82 73
Kachin Burman 3 15 5 6 4
Kamchatkan Kamchatkan 3 9 3 3 3
Kannada Dravidian 16 155 59 59 37
Kanuri Sahelian 9 48 19 19 10
Karelian East Slavic 5 26 10 10 6
Karen Burman 1 6 2 2 2
Kashmiri Hindustani 4 18 7 7 4
Kazakh Altaic 26 127 42 42 43
Kazani Tatar 10 72 26 26 20
Khaleeji Levantine 12 52 19 20 13
Khalkha Altaic 20 95 29 27 39
Khmer Mon-Khmer 18 139 52 51 36
Khon Muang Tai 5 55 22 18 15
Khorasani Iranian 14 74 26 27 21
Kiowa Sonoran 1 3 1 1 1
Kochi Eastern Aryan 3 26 10 10 6
Kongolese Kongo 10 72 27 24 21
Korchin Altaic 11 62 21 21 20
Korean Korean 18 139 53 51 35
Kuba Kongo 3 16 5 4 7
Kulin Aboriginal 1 11 4 5 2
Kurdish Iranian 12 88 31 31 26
Kuric Aboriginal 1 11 5 4 2
Kyrgyz Altaic 9 45 14 14 17
Kyushuan Japanese 8 61 26 18 17
Lacandon Mayan 3 15 6 6 3
Lao Tai 14 98 36 35 27
Latvian Baltic 5 32 12 12 8
Laurentian Iroquoian 2 15 6 6 3
Leonese Iberian 6 52 19 19 14
Ligurian Latin 3 48 20 20 8
Lipan Apachean 1 3 1 1 1
Lithuanian Baltic 9 67 25 24 18
Lokono Caribbean 1 3 1 1 1
Lombard Latin 7 93 36 33 24
Lower Saxon Germanic 13 129 46 47 36
Luba Kongo 10 62 20 21 21
Lunda Kongo 3 20 7 7 6
Luri Iranian 6 32 12 12 8
Mahican Eastern Algonquian 1 7 2 2 3
Mahri Levantine 5 16 5 6 5
Makua Southern African 2 7 2 3 2
Malagasy East Bantu 15 80 29 28 23
Malayalam Dravidian 6 39 15 15 9
Malayan Malay 15 127 51 51 25
Mali Mande 4 44 16 16 12
Maliseet Eastern Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1
Maltese Latin 1 8 3 3 2
Malvi Western Aryan 6 53 21 20 12
Maori Pacific 7 59 24 24 11
Mapuche Araucanian 1 3 1 1 1
Marathi Western Aryan 23 181 75 74 32
Masaba Great Lakes 1 9 3 3 3
Mashriqi Levantine 13 99 35 35 29
Massachusset Eastern Algonquian 1 5 2 2 1
Matlantzinca Central American 3 21 9 9 3
Mazandarani Iranian 5 52 20 20 12
Mbangala Kongo 3 16 5 5 6
Mbundu Kongo 3 18 6 6 6
Melanesian Pacific 3 15 6 6 3
Mescalero Apachean 1 3 1 1 1
Mesquakie Central Algonquian 1 6 2 3 1
Miao Tibetan 3 14 5 5 4
Mikmaq Eastern Algonquian 1 5 2 2 1
Min Chinese 7 72 29 29 14
Mishar Tatar 10 84 30 30 24
Miskito Chibchan 1 3 1 1 1
Mixtec Otomanguean 4 26 11 11 4
Moluccan Malay 2 26 10 10 6
Mon Mon-Khmer 7 67 27 24 16
Mongol Altaic 14 78 26 23 29
Moroccan Maghrebi 16 125 52 48 25
Mossi West African 6 33 12 12 9
Muisca Chibchan 4 41 17 17 7
Muscovite East Slavic 27 230 84 84 62
Myaamia Central Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1
Nakota Siouan 1 3 1 1 1
Natchez Muskogean 2 8 3 3 2
Navajo Apachean 1 4 1 2 1
Neapolitan Latin 10 96 37 33 26
Nepali Eastern Aryan 10 53 20 19 14
Nguni Southern African 1 9 3 4 2
Nivkh Kamchatkan 4 23 8 8 7
Nogai Tatar 13 66 22 22 22
Norman French 3 34 12 12 10
Norwegian Nordic 14 72 27 27 18
Novgorodian East Slavic 20 136 50 52 34
Nubian Sudanese 11 46 15 13 18
Nupe West African 3 12 4 4 4
Nusa Tenggara Malay 1 9 3 3 3
Nyasa Southern African 8 51 17 18 16
Nyoongah Aboriginal 2 14 5 6 3
Occitan French 16 186 70 64 52
Oirat Altaic 16 68 21 19 28
Omani Levantine 7 46 17 16 13
Oriya Eastern Aryan 4 37 15 15 7
Osage Siouan 1 3 1 1 1
Ostyak Ugric 5 27 9 9 9
Otomi Aridoamerican 3 9 3 3 3
Pahari Eastern Aryan 4 14 5 5 4
Palawa Aboriginal 3 18 4 6 8
Paman Aboriginal 2 8 3 3 2
Panjabi Hindustani 15 142 59 58 25
Pawnee Caddoan 1 4 2 1 1
Pequot Eastern Algonquian 1 6 2 2 2
Persian Iranian 20 137 50 51 36
Piedmontese Latin 4 52 19 20 13
Piman Sonoran 2 6 2 2 2
Plains Cree Plains Algonquian 1 3 1 1 1
Polish West Slavic 22 191 76 74 41
Polynesian Pacific 6 38 15 15 8
Pomeranian Germanic 12 86 34 30 22
Pontic Byzantine 3 27 10 10 7
Portuguese Iberian 12 129 50 49 30
Powhatan Eastern Algonquian 1 5 2 2 1
Prussian Germanic 8 80 31 32 17
Pueblo Sonoran 5 23 9 9 5
Purepecha Central American 5 35 15 15 5
Putun Mayan 4 20 8 8 4
Quechua Andean 11 71 28 27 16
Rajasthani Western Aryan 22 122 45 44 33
Rhenish Germanic 16 178 70 68 40
Romagnol Latin 6 83 34 33 16
Romanian Carpathian 10 85 35 30 20
Ruthenian East Slavic 24 136 51 53 32
Rwandan Great Lakes 6 47 16 16 15
Ryazanian East Slavic 12 76 29 29 18
Saigoku Japanese 17 145 58 50 37
Salish Penutian 1 5 2 2 1
Sami Nordic 6 18 6 6 6
Sardinian Latin 4 29 11 11 7
Saurashtri Western Aryan 8 44 17 17 10
Saxon Germanic 19 165 65 64 36
Scottish British 5 48 18 18 12
Senegambian Sahelian 6 35 13 13 9
Serbian South Slavic 10 69 28 28 13
Shan Tai 12 74 25 26 23
Shandong Chinese 6 57 22 21 14
Shawnee Central Algonquian 3 11 3 4 4
Shona Southern African 10 58 22 21 15
Shoshone Sonoran 2 6 2 2 2
Siamese Tai 15 158 57 57 44
Siberian Tatar 6 45 15 16 14
Sichuanese Chinese 7 72 29 28 15
Sicilian Latin 6 61 22 23 16
Sidamo Cushitic 7 45 15 16 14
Silesian West Slavic 5 48 18 19 11
Sindhi Western Aryan 7 48 18 19 11
Sinhalese Eastern Aryan 5 31 12 12 7
Slovak Carpathian 5 43 16 17 10
Slovene South Slavic 3 29 11 12 6
Somali Cushitic 27 129 47 47 35
Songhai Mande 7 50 21 21 8
Soninke Mande 4 27 11 11 5
Sorbian West Slavic 3 15 6 6 3
Sulawesi Malay 7 65 23 25 17
Sumatran Malay 18 143 50 53 40
Sundanese Malay 7 69 26 26 17
Susquehannock Iroquoian 1 3 1 1 1
Swabian Germanic 13 143 54 54 35
Swahili East Bantu 13 87 34 34 19
Swedish Nordic 16 90 32 33 25
Swiss Germanic 10 91 38 34 19
Syrian Levantine 12 136 51 51 34
Takama East Bantu 1 6 2 2 2
Tamil Dravidian 15 126 49 50 27
Tecos Aridoamerican 3 27 12 12 3
Telugu Dravidian 18 132 49 52 31
Tepic Aridoamerican 6 30 11 11 8
Tibetan Tibetan 24 103 32 32 39
Tigray Cushitic 5 28 9 9 10
Tionontate Iroquoian 4 21 6 8 7
Tlapanec Otomanguean 4 28 12 12 4
Togoku Japanese 19 154 54 53 47
Totonac Central American 3 15 6 6 3
Transylvanian Carpathian 6 43 16 16 11
Tuareg Sahelian 13 62 24 24 14
Tunisian Maghrebi 17 94 37 38 19
Tunjur Sahelian 2 6 2 2 2
Tupinamba Tupi 3 17 5 9 3
Turkish Levantine 34 273 97 100 76
Turkmeni Altaic 6 23 8 8 7
Tuscan Latin 5 91 36 38 17
Umbrian Latin 6 72 28 28 16
Uralic Ugric 8 48 17 18 13
Uyghur Altaic 15 89 30 29 30
Uzbek Altaic 15 128 41 41 46
Venetian Latin 7 96 39 38 19
Vietnamese Mon-Khmer 8 101 43 33 25
Vindhyan Hindustani 7 45 18 17 10
Walloon French 9 124 50 51 23
Wastek Mayan 2 6 2 2 2
Welsh British 4 16 6 6 4
Westphalian Germanic 9 69 28 27 14
Wichita Caddoan 1 3 1 1 1
Wu Chinese 8 114 47 47 20
Xiang Chinese 3 33 12 12 9
Xibei Chinese 9 82 32 32 18
Yaka Kongo 2 13 4 4 5
Yamasee Muskogean 2 6 2 2 2
Yemeni Levantine 13 95 33 33 29
Yi Tibetan 4 25 8 8 9
Yokuts Penutian 1 3 1 1 1
Yoron Muskogean 3 11 4 4 3
Yoruba West African 8 47 18 18 11
Yucatec Mayan 10 82 36 36 10
Yuchi Muskogean 2 8 3 3 2
Yukaghir Evenki 1 3 1 1 1
Yura Aboriginal 1 7 3 3 1
Zapotek Otomanguean 4 22 9 9 4
Zhili Chinese 7 75 29 29 17
Zhongyuan Chinese 9 96 38 37 21
Zhuang Tai 5 28 9 9 10

--Grotaclas (talk) 21:01, 25 February 2022 (UTC)

Outdated decisions and events tab?[edit source]

Was looking through the culture conversion cost modifiers, "Drive the Tatars Back" no longer seems to be a mission in the Russia mission tree (according to both the the wiki article and my own observation). Not sure if it has been totally removed or still perhaps exist as an event for conquering Tatar tags, or when the mission was removed. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Seymour Skinner (talk) 01:21, 30 July 2020‎ (CEST)

The section is marked as last verified for patch 1.25. What that means … – Lillebror (talk) 05:21, 30 July 2020 (UTC)