Despite our best efforts we have been unable to curtail the Prussian Confederation's efforts to undermine [Root.GetAdjective] rule. The cities that pledged their support to the Confederation have rallied an army and have risen up in open revolt. As we suspected, many of its members have ties to Poland and have already requested Polish intervention in the coming conflict. It seems that a bloody struggle in Prussia is unavoidable unless we renounce our rule over these cities.
An organization calling itself the Prussian Confederation has risen up against the injustices of Teutonic rule, and have rallied an army in Danzig. We have previously given its members quiet assurances that we would support their cause should it come to open war. In exchange, the Confederation has agreed that the Prussian lands should be ruled by Poland after the tyrannical Knights have been expelled. We have much to gain from this arrangement, but we should be prepared for a bloody struggle.
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Is triggered only by
the event "The Prussian Confederation Revolts" - option "Kill every last traitor!"
They shall have our full support. To battle!
Sets the country flag supported_prussian_confederation_flag
Poland gets the opinion modifier "Supported Prussian Confederation" towards Danzig worth +100Opinion with yearly decay of 1
Danzig gets the opinion modifier "Supported Prussian Confederation" towards Poland worth +100Opinion with yearly decay of 1
The war against the Teutonic Knights has finally come to an end. [Root.Monarch.GetName] sits at the peace table with the leaders of the Prussian Confederation and raises a glass to toast our mutual victory and future cooperation.The treaty is signed quickly and with confidence; the rights and privileges of the Prussian townships, clergy, burghers, and knights shall be preserved, and the cause they fought for recognized as a just struggle against autocracy. Over time, the cities of the Confederation will be incorporated fully into the Crown of Poland.
Limited to: Is not a permanent claim or a core of our country or Danzig
Our country gains a permanent claim on this province
The Prussian Confederation
The Teutonic Order finds itself plagued with unrest and conspiracy. A new organization has appeared to challenge Teutonic rule, despite our recent outing of the Lizard League which sought to invite Poland to rule Kulm. Calling themselves the Prussian Confederation this union of burghers, knights, and noblemen declare that their purpose is to unite against injustice and arbitrary rule. If this treason were not enough, it is known that many among their number have Polish sympathies, and like their predecessors might attempt to invite Polish rule over Prussia if their influence is not curtailed. Worryingly, they have already found significant support among the burghers of West Prussia.
The privileges that we granted to the Prussian Confederation have left the Teutonic Knights with almost no ability to govern the state and few avenues to restore their Order. True power now lies with the former members of the Confederation, who rule as oligarchs over practically independent cities. Faced with the practical impossibility of restoring Teutonic rule, the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] has opted to resign from [Root.Monarch.GetHerHis] post and formally end the institution of the Teutonic State in Prussia.