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This is a list of all of the Ottomans' dynamic historical events.

Msg event.pngThe Economic Reforms of Mehmed II


Prior to his conquest of Constantinople Mehmed II signed several generous agreements with the mercantile empires of Venice and Genoa to ensure their neutrality, but when the great city had fallen he was not late in breaking the western merchants' strangle-hold on the Black Sea trade. Mehmed was a mercantilist who strived to maintain state control over the merchants, yet his protectionist measures had the intended effect and the Ottoman economy thrived.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1444 and 1481
  • The capital is Constantinople
  • One of the following must be true:
  • Venice is active in the Constantinople trade node
  • Genoa is active in the Constantinople trade node
Mean time to happen
  • 100 Months

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Break the Agreements
  • Ottomans gets 'Mehmed's Economic Reforms' until the death of the current ruler, giving the following effects:
  • Domestic Trade Power: +25.0%
  • If Venice is active in the Constantinople trade node:
  • Venice's opinion of Ottomans changed by -100
  • If Genoa is active in the Constantinople trade node:
  • Genoa's opinion of Ottomans changed by -100
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Honor the Agreements
  • If Venice is active in the Constantinople trade node:
  • Venice's opinion of Ottomans changed by +25
  • If Genoa is active in the Constantinople trade node:
  • Genoa's opinion of Ottomans changed by +25

Msg event.pngMilitary Reforms


The reigns of Mehmed I and Murad II saw the Ottoman Empire reunified after the crushing defeat it had suffered at the hands of Tamerlane. The military was expanded and reformed to match any potential threat and ensure further expansion. It was also during this period that the Ottomans started to realize the vital importance of a strong navy.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1450 and 1550
  • Military Skill is at least 3
Mean time to happen
  • 300 Months

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Great Army Reform
  • Ottomans gets 'Army Reform' for 20 years, giving the following effects:
  • Infantry Combat Ability: +10.0%
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Reform Army and Navy
  • Ottomans gets 'Army and Navy Reform' for 20 years, giving the following effects:
  • Galley Combat Ability: +10.0%
  • Infantry Combat Ability: +5.0%
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Great Naval Reform
  • Ottomans gets 'Navy Reform' for 20 years, giving the following effects:
  • Galley Combat Ability: +20.0%

Msg event.pngEnderun Academy


Enderun Academy was established by Mehmed II in Constantinople. Promising devsirmes (often kidnapped Christian children from the Balkans) and sons of prominent Ottoman officials were trained in literature, theology, engineering, mathematics etc. at Enderun, preparing them for government service as civil servants and janissaries. The janissaries became rivals to the landed Timariot sipahi soldiers that made up the bulk of the Ottoman army, and tensions were inevitable between the two classes.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • Have the Timariot System idea
  • Any owned province has the province modifier 'Devshirme System'
Mean time to happen
  • 100 Months

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Found the Enderun
  • Lose -0.10 years worth of income
  • Ottomans gets 'Enderun Academy' for 10 years, giving the following effects:
  • Discipline: +2.5%
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Expand the Timariot system instead
  • Ottomans gets 'Expanded Timariot System' for 10 years, giving the following effects:
  • Cavalry Combat Ability: +10.0%

Msg event.pngAtam-Dedem Kanunu Codified


Mehmed II codified the tribal laws of Kayi Turks - the 'Atam-Dedem Kanunu' (Laws of the Forefathers) - thus giving them official recognition along with Islamic and Roman laws which were already in use. Together, they are known as the 'Kanunname-i Ali Osman' in the Ottoman Turkish language. Mehmed II thus became the first Lawgiver.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1450 and 1500
Mean time to happen
  • 150 Months

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Codify the 'Laws of the Forefathers'
  • Lose 25 Piety
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Islamic and Roman laws are enough
  • Gain 25 Piety

Msg event.pngThe Veneto-Turkish Conflict


Since the capture of Constantinople by the Turks on May 29th, 1453, Venice had seen its commercial positions in the Black Sea deteriorate. Numerous wars had been fought between 1456 and 1490, pitching the Republic against the Ottomans, with the consequence of Venice losing more pieces of her commercial empire (inherited from the 4th Crusade in 1204) in the Aegean Sea and in Greece (Athens in 1460, Negropont in 1470). A war erupted again in 1499, Venice losing fortresses in Morea such as Modon, Coron and Navarrin.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

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Refuse even to discuss compensation
  • Venice gains a claim on Alexandria
  • Venice's opinion of Ottomans changed by -100
  • Event 'Compensation Denied' happens for Venice
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Give Alexandria as compensation
  • Cede Alexandria to Venice
  • Venice's opinion of Ottomans changed by +50
  • Event 'Alexandria Acquired' happens for Venice

Msg event.pngTurko-Persian Conflicts: Shiite rebels


Ever since the Safavid Shah Ismail the Great threw off the yoke of the White Sheep Turks to re-establish Persia as a nation, the Shiite heresy had grown stronger in Anatolia. Near the end of the reign of Bayezid II, the Kizilbash (Shiite Turkmen) rose up in revolt against the Sunni regime. Supported by Shah Ismail and Bayezid's own son Ahmed, the rebels threatened to change the course of Ottoman history...


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

Immediate effects
  • A random owned Shiite province gains the flag "Shiite Revolt"

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Crush the Shiite rebellion
  • Size 3 Persian Shiite Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag 'Shiite Revolt'
  • Clear province flag "Shiite Revolt"
  • Persia's opinion of Ottomans changed by -25
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Give in to their demands
  • A random owned province with the flag 'Shiite Revolt' gets 'Local Autonomy' for 10 years, giving the following effects:
  • Local autonomy: 100%
  • Clear province flag "Shiite Revolt

Msg event.pngMurad III's campaigns against Persia


Murad III, a Sultan ruled by women, fought the Persians in an exhausting war (1578-90) that severely strained the Empire and forced heavy taxes upon the citizens. Though the war was not for nothing - Persia had to cede Azerbaijan, Tiflis and Hamadan to the Ottomans - the resources might have been better spent elsewhere.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • Year is at least 1550
  • Persia neighbors Ottomans, and any Persian province that is neither a Turkish core nor claim neighbors a Turkish province
  • Persia is not a subject nation
  • Ottomans is not allied with Persia
  • Ottomans is not at war with Persia
Mean time to happen
  • 250 Months

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Fan the Flames of War
  • Ottomans gains a claim on a random Persian province that is neither a Turkish core nor claim and neighbors a Turkish province
  • Persia's opinion of Ottomans changed by -25
  • Triggers the Persian event 'Murad III's campaigns against Persia' in ten days
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Seek reconciliation
  • Persia's opinion of Ottomans changed by +20

Msg event.pngPersians take advantage of Ottoman instability


The Spahi revolts in Eastern Anatolia encouraged the Persian Shah to seek revenge for the humiliating losses incurred by Murad III. War broke out yet again in 1603.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

Immediate effects
  • A random owned that neighbors a Persian province gain the flag "Spahi Revolt"

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Crush the rebels and prepare for war!
  • Size 3 Persian Shiite Rebels rise up in revolt in a random province with the flag 'Spahi Revolt'
  • Clear province flag "Spahi Revolt"

Msg event.pngThe Expansion of the Royal Bureaucracy


Süleyman I was probably the greatest of the Ottoman Sultans. Called Kanuni (Lawgiver), he was an unsurpassed administrator who realized that the power of the provincial Beys had to be curbed by a strong central government. Thus he struggled to promote a powerful royal bureaucracy which was not popular in all camps...


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • At peace
  • The year is between 1520 and 1566
Mean time to happen
  • 25 Months

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Expand the Royal Bureaucracy
  • Lose 1 Stability
  • Ottomans gets 'Expanded Royal Bureaucracy' until the death of the current ruler, giving the following effects:
  • National Tax Modifier: +10.0%
  • Stability Cost Modifier: +10.0%
  • Technology Cost: -10.0%
  • Idea Cost: -10.0%
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Limited reforms
  • Gain 50 Administrative Power
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Reduce the Royal Bureaucracy
  • Gain 1 Stability

Msg event.pngThe Great Naval Reform


Selim I, called the Grim, was an ascetic man with a sharp mind. Seeing the threat of the great Christian navies, especially the Venetian one, he realized that the Ottoman Empire had to greatly expand its navy. In emulation of the Arsenale in Venice, he thus ordered the construction of the 'Imperial Halic Shipyard' in Constantinople. The great shipyard stood complete in 1517.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1500 and 1520
  • At peace
  • Any owned province has a port
Mean time to happen
  • 25 Months

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Build the Imperial Halic Shipyard
  • Lose 1.00 years of income
  • Ottomans gets 'Imperial Halic Shipyard' for the rest of the campaign giving the following effects:
  • Ship Costs: -5.0%
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Build a lesser shipyard
  • Gain 50 Diplomatic Power
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Reform the army instead
  • Gain 50 Military Power

Msg event.pngCem Sultan's Rebellion


Cem Sultan, the governor of Karaman and Konya rebelled against his older brother Sultan Bayezid II upon the death of their father. However, Bayezid had broader support in court and Cem was ultimately defeated. He fled to Rhodes, where he remained a captive of the Knights of St. John until his death in 1494.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1450 and 1500
  • At peace
  • Have less than 50 legitimacy
Mean time to happen
  • 150 Months

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Crush Cem's rebellion
  • Size 3 Pretender Rebels rise up in revolt in a random core non-capital province
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Seek reconciliation
  • Lose 1 stability
  • Lose -0.25 years of income

Msg event.pngThe Celali Uprising


Yet again the Shiites of Eastern Anatolia rose up in rebellion, this time led by a charismatic man named Celal. For centuries, subsequent uprisings in Asia Minor, whether of religious nature or not, were to be called Celali.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1500 and 1550
  • At peace
  • Any owned province that is not the capital is Shiite
Mean time to happen
  • 150 Months

Immediate effects
  • A random owned Shiite province gains the flag "Celali Uprising"

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Crush Celali and the Shiites
  • Size 2 Shiite Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag 'Celali Uprising'
  • Clear province flag 'Celali Uprising'
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Heed their demands
  • A random owned province with the flag 'Celali Uprising' gets gains 100% Local Auonomy
  • Clear province flag 'Celali Uprising'

Msg event.pngThe Sultan becomes 'Khalifa'


Following the spectacularly successful Mamluk campaign, Sultan Selim I brought the last of the Abbasid caliphs to Istanbul as his 'guest.' The title of Caliph was then transferred to the House of Osman. Henceforth Ottoman monarchs were also the spiritual leaders of all Sunni Muslims.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • At peace
  • Owns Cairo, Alexandria, Damascus, and Jerusalem
  • Has less than 599 Administrative Power
Mean time to happen
  • 36 Months

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Assume the title of Caliph
  • Gain 400 Administrative Power
  • Gain 25 prestige
  • Gain 25 legitimacy
  • Gain 25% piety

Msg event.pngMamluk Uprising


The treacherous governor of the newly conquered Mamluk Egypt, Canbirdi Ghazeli, rose up in rebellion against the Ottomans hoping to re-establish the Mamluk state under his own leadership.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • Mamluks do not exist
  • Any owned province is a Mamluk core, has Egyptian culture, and can spawn Nationalist Rebels
Mean time to happen
  • 240 months

Immediate effects
  • A random owned province that is a Mamluk core, has Egyptian culture, and can spawn Nationalist Rebels gains the province flag "Mameluk Uprising 3"
  • A different random owned province that is a Mamluk core, has Egyptian culture, and can spawn Nationalist Rebels gains the province flag "Mameluk Uprising 2"

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Crush them!
  • Size 3 Mamluk Nationalist Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag "Mameluk Uprising 3"
  • Clear province flag "Mameluk Uprising 3"
  • Size 2 Mamluk Nationalist Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag "Mameluk Uprising 2"
  • Clear province flag "Mameluk Uprising 2"

Msg event.pngMimar Sinan's Great Constructions


Mimar Sinan planned and oversaw the construction of countless mosques, aqueducts, bathhouses, bridges, palaces, caravanserais and schools during his half-a-century long career. His masterpieces were the Selimiye and Suleymaniye Mosques in Adrianople and Constantinople respectively.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1519 and 1560
  • Owns Constantinople
Mean time to happen
  • 100 months

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Appoint him royal architect
  • Ottomans gets 'Mimar Sinan' until the death of the current ruler, giving the following effects:
  • Development cost: -10.0%
  • Build cost: -10.0%
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Enlist his services for a short time
  • Gain 50 Administrative Power

Msg event.pngThe Great Legal Reform


Sultan Süleyman I became known as Kanuni - Lawgiver - to his own people thanks to his huge legal reforms and just rule. By codifying the secular laws, 'kanun', he lessened the importance of the rigid Muslim Shari'ah laws.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1500 and 1600
  • Owns Constantinople
Mean time to happen
  • 200 months

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Codify the Ottoman Laws
  • Lose 10.0% autonomy in all owned provinces
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Leave it be
  • Gain 1 stability

Msg event.pngKösem Sultana


Ahmed I married a beautiful Greek slave girl who would prove a very mixed blessing to the people of the Ottoman Empire. Kösem Sultana ruled her husband as she would rule no less than four of his successors - with an iron grip. Kösem was the real power behind the throne, and although she was a very able ruler, she was not a very popular one.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1600 and 1650
  • Does not have a female ruler.
  • Is not under Regency Council
  • Does not have global flag "wih_kosem_tur_flag"
Mean time to happen
  • 100 months

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Wed Kösem
  • Ottomans gets 'Kösem Sultana' until the death of the current ruler, giving the following effects:
  • Technology Cost: -10.0%
  • Idea Cost: -10.0%
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Choose another wife
  • Gain 50 Administrative Power

Msg event.pngThe Murder of Kösem


Old Kösem Sultana, still meddling in high politics, probably attempted to have her grandson Mehmed IV killed, but was herself strangled by men in the entourage of her daughter-in-law, Turhan Sultan. Although the old conniving witch was hardly missed by most, she still had loyal supporters among the Janissaries, who were outraged by her murder.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • Ottomans have the "Kösem Sultana" modifier
  • Does not have global flag "wih_kosem_tur_flag"
Mean time to happen
  • 300 months

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Kösem is murdered
  • Ottomans lose the "Kösem Sultana" modifier

Msg event.pngThe Age of the Köprülüs


Born around 1575 in the village of Radnick in Albania, Mehmed Köprülü was a young Christian boy taken by the devshirme system (abducted and raised in the Muslim faith, just like most Janissary troops). He started his career as a cook, then moved to the Treasury. A pasha in central Anatolia, he gained a name for himself as an excellent and honest administrator - a rare creature in the Ottoman Empire. On 15th September 1656 he was appointed Grand Vizier by the mother of the young sultan Mehmed IV. A fierce fighter of corruption, he enacted many successful reforms, balanced the budget and led the war against Venice. After his death in 1661, his son Fazil Ahmed 'the Virtuous' succeeded him and governed till 1676. Other Grand Viziers such as Kara Mustafa (1676-1683), Mustafa Pasha (1689-1691) and Hussein Pasha (1697-1702) were his direct heirs.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1600 and 1650
Mean time to happen
  • 100 months

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Support the Köprülü Family
  • Ottomans gets 'Köprülü Family' until the death of the current ruler, giving the following effects:
  • National Tax Modifier: +10.0%
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Rely on more popular advisors

Gain 50 Diplomatic Power

Msg event.pngThe Reforms of Kemankes


During the reign of Ibrahim I, 'Kemankes' Kara Mustafa Pasha, was the Sadrazam, or prime minister. He tried to curtail overspending and revitalized the navy, but was finally executed by the Sultan in 1644. The Sultan had instead started to heed Jinji Hoja - a minor religious official with a reputation for occult powers who was brought into the palace to remedy the sultan's lack of heirs.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1600 and 1650
Mean time to happen
  • 100 months

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Empower Kemankes
  • Ottomans gets 'Reforms of Kemankes' until the death of the current ruler, giving the following effects:
  • National Tax Modifier: +5.0%
  • Ship Cost: -10.0%
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Ignore his advice
  • Gain 10 Legitimacy

Msg event.pngThe Treaty of Kasr-i Sirin


The Treaty of Kasr-i Sirin, signed between the Ottoman Empire and Persia in 1635, established borders that have changed little to this day. Hostilities between the two great empires decreased remarkably following the treaty as their relations steadily improved until 1722 when war broke out again. However, the treaty was dusted off and renewed in 1747.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is at least 1600
  • Persia exists and is not a subject nation
  • Ottomans is not allied nor at war with Persia
  • Both the Ottomans and Persia have a negative opinion of each other
Mean time to happen
  • 200 months

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Suggest full reconciliation
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Suggest a moderate Treaty
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There will be no Treaty
  • Gain 5 Prestige

Msg event.pngPersian Response (favorable)


Our embassy sent to Persia has returned with good news! They agreed to the terms of the treaty. May peace reign between our nations.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

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EXCELLENT
  • Persia's opinion of Ottomans changed by +50
  • This option is only selectable if Persia has the 'Full Reconciliation' flag set
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EXCELLENT
    • Persia's opinion of Ottomans changed by +25
  • This option is only selectable if Persia has the 'Moderate Treaty' flag set

Msg event.pngPersian Response (unfavorable)


Our embassy sent to Persia has returned. They did not agree to the terms of the treaty!


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

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They will pay for this insult
  • None

Msg event.pngThe Tunisian Rebellion


In the first decades of the 18th century the Beys and Deys (Janissary leaders) of Northern Africa were in a rebellious mood in the wake of the Peace of Carlowitz between the Ottoman Empire and the Holy League. In 1705, Hussein bin Ali Agha of Cretan origin staged a coup and founded the Husseinic dynasty which ruled Tunisia until 1957. Tunisia did not become truly autonomous at once, but it gained a large measure of independence.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is at least 1700
  • Tunisia does not exist
  • Any owned province is a Tunisian core, has Tunisian culture, and can spawn Nationalist Rebels
Mean time to happen
  • 100 months

Immediate effects
  • A random owned province that is a Tunisian core, has Tunisian culture, and can spawn Nationalist Rebels gains the province flag "Tunisian Uprising 3"
  • A different random owned province that is a Tunisian core, has Tunisian culture, and can spawn Nationalist Rebels gains the province flag "Tunisian Uprising 2"

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Crush them!
  • Size 3 Tunisian Nationalist Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag "Tunisian Uprising 3"
  • Clear province flag "Tunisian Uprising 3"
  • Size 2 Tunisian Nationalist Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag "Tunisian Uprising 2"
  • Clear province flag "Tunisian Uprising 2"

Msg event.pngThe Tripolitanian Rebellion


In 1711, Ahmad Karamanli, a Turkish cavalry officer and Janissary Dey, killed the Ottoman governor of Tripolitania and prevailed upon the Sultan to name him Bey. The post of governor remained hereditary in the Karamanli family until 1835. While the Karamanlis formally answered to Istanbul, Tripolitania was in effect an autonomous state.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is at least 1700
  • Tripoli does not exist
  • Any owned province has Tunisian culture, is a Tripolitanian core, and can spawn Nationalist Rebels
Mean time to happen
  • 1000 months

Immediate effects
  • A random owned province that has Tunisian culture, is a Tripolitanian core, and can spawn Nationalist Rebels gains the province flag "Tripolitanian Uprising 3"
  • A different random owned province that has Tunisian culture, is a Tripolitanian core, and can spawn Nationalist Rebels gains the province flag "Tripolitanian Uprising 2"

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Crush them!
  • Size 3 Tripolitanian Nationalist Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag "Tripolitanian Uprising 3"
  • Clear province flag "Tripolitanian Uprising 3"
  • Size 2 Tripolitanian Nationalist Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag "Tripolitanian Uprising 2"
  • Clear province flag "Tripolitanian Uprising 2"

Msg event.pngAli Bey's Rebellion in Egypt


When war broke out between Russia and Turkey, Ali Bey declared Egypt's independence and proposed to fight on the Russian side, refusing to pay any more taxes to the Ottomans. Next, he invaded Syria, but he was betrayed by his rival Ismaïl Bey and killed in 1773.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is at least 1700
  • Is at war with Russia
  • Any owned province in the Egypt region has Egyptian culture and can spawn Nationalist Rebels
Mean time to happen
  • 2 years

Immediate effects
  • A random owned province in the Egypt region has Egyptian culture and can spawn Nationalist Rebels gains the province flag "Mameluk Uprising 3"
  • A random owned province in the Egypt region has Egyptian culture and can spawn Nationalist Rebels gains the province flag "Mameluk Uprising 2"

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Crush them!
  • Size 3 Nationalist Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag "Mameluk Uprising 3"
  • That province gains 10 unrest
  • Clear province flag "Mameluk Uprising 3"
  • Size 2 Nationalist Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag "Mameluk Uprising 2"
  • That province gains 10 unrest
  • Clear province flag "Mameluk Uprising 2"

Msg event.pngThe Horrible Plague in Anatolia


During the 18th and early 19th centuries, Anatolia was afflicted with intermittent outbreaks of cholera and the bubonic plague.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is at least 1700
Mean time to happen
  • 300 months

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There is nothing we can do
  • Every owned province in the Anatolian region that is not the capital gets 'Severe Plague' for 5 years, giving the following effects:
  • Local Manpower Modifier: -25.0%
  • Local Tax Modifier: -25.0%
  • Goods Produced: -25.0%
  • Local Unrest: -3.00
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Try to contain it
  • Lose 0.25 years of income
  • Every owned province in the Anatolian region that is not the capital gets 'Contained Plague' for 5 years, giving the following effects:
  • Local Manpower Modifier: -10.0%
  • Local Tax Modifier: -10.0%
  • Goods Produced: -10.0%
  • Local Unrest: -3.00

Msg event.pngFate of the Patriarchate


Your Excellency, with Constantinople in our hands, we must decide the fate of the Christian Patricarch. There are many Christians still in the city, it might be prudent to show some leniency. This time...


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • Capital is Constantinople
  • Is in the Muslim religion group
  • Byzantium does not exist
Mean time to happen
  • 120 months

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Allow the Patriarchate to exist and keep the current Patriarch
  • Lose 50 Piety
  • Capital gains 3 base manpower
  • Every known Orthodox country's opinion of Ottomans changed by +25
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Close down the Patriarchate and confiscate its properties
  • Gain 50 Piety
  • Gain 0.50 years of income
  • Gain 1 Base Tax on Capital
  • Every known Orthodox country's opinion of Ottomans changed by -100

Msg event.pngThe Algerian Rebellion


In the first decades of the 18th century the Beys and Deys (Janissary leaders) of Northern Africa were in a rebellious mood in the wake of the Peace of Carlowitz between the Ottoman Empire and the Holy League. In 1710, it was the turn of the Bey of Algiers to begin to start down the road to independence.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is between 1700 and 1800
  • Any owned province has Algerian culture and can spawn Nationalist Rebels
Mean time to happen
  • 1000 months

Immediate effects
  • A random owned province that has Algerian culture and can spawn Nationalist Rebels gains the province flag "Algerian Uprising 3"
  • A different random owned province that has Algerian culture and can spawn Nationalist Rebels gains the province flag "Algerian Uprising 2"

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Crush them!
  • Size 3 Nationalist Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag "Algerian Uprising 3"
  • Clear province flag "Algerian Uprising 3"
  • Size 2 Nationalist Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned province with the flag "Algerian Uprising 2"
  • Clear province flag "Algerian Uprising 2"

Msg event.pngThe Decentralizing Effect of the Provincial System


The provincial governors, or 'Beys', were powerful men, usually ambitious, and not always loyal. Although the Ottoman Empire did not have a noble class or a feudal system like most European nations, the Beys were a close equivalent with many of the same intrinsic problems. The Beys were reluctant to give up their powers and usually demanded even more concessions... even to the point of outright independence.

The Beys are now demanding more power.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • The year is at least 1600
  • Has the modifier Provincial Government System
  • Any owned province:
    • Is not the capital
    • Has culture turkish
    • Has less autonomy than 50
    • Has at least 9 development
Mean time to happen
  • 200 months

Immediate effects
  • Every owned province which qualifies for the trigger conditions gets the following effect:
  • Gains the flag bey_uproar

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Give in to their demands
  • Gains 30.0% Local Autonomy in every province which has the flag bey_uproar
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Limit the concessions
  • Gains 10.0% Local Autonomy in every province which has the flag bey_uproar
  • Lose 20 Legitimacy
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Rein them in
  • Gains 10.0% Unrest in every province which has the flag bey_uproar
  • Lose 2 Stability


Msg event.pngThe Janissaries


The Ottoman army was traditionally mainly composed of cavalry. In the mid-14th century, Orhan I and later on his son, Murad I, introduced the Janissaries. Formed from prisoners of war and slaves, the Janissaries went on to become an elite standing infantry, regularly paid and highly disciplined.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • Has at least 50 Army Tradition
  • Ruler has at least 5 in any skill
Mean time to happen
  • 32 months

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Continue building up the Janissaries
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Disband them
  • Lose 5 prestige

Msg event.pngThe Devsirme System


Up until 1648, the Janissaries were recruited through the devsirme system. Non-Turkish children, especially Christians from the Balkans, were sent to live with Turkish families to learn Turkish and the rules of Islam before being enrolled in military schools. The Janissaries were neither free men nor slaves, they were expected to convert to Islam and to live in celibate, and were trained under strict discipline.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • Has the country modifier The Janissaries
  • Has the country modifier Provincial Government System
  • Does not currently have the disaster Janissary Decadence
Mean time to happen
  • 300 months

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Increase recruiting through the devsirme system.
  • Gain 50 Army Tradition
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Our military focus should be elsewhere
  • Gain 200 Military Power

Msg event.pngJanissary Reward


Demanding higher pay, the Janissaries revolted in 1449. They had now become so powerful that from 1451 and onwards, every new Sultan felt obligated to pay each Janissary a reward and raise his pay


 
Trigger conditions Is triggered only by

Is triggered when a new monarch takes the throne. Not triggered by regency, but will trigger when heir comes of age.


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Give a reward and higher wages
  • Lose half a years income
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Refuse such blackmail
  • Gets modifier Janissaries Denied Reward until the death of ruler, giving the following effects:
    • Manpower Recovery Speed: -20%
    • Discipline: -10%

Msg event.pngJanissaries Demand Pay


Due to the current state of inactivity in the army, the Janissaries have taken it upon themselves to demand that the State recompensate them for the recent lack of booty, and expect to receive wealth directly from the treasury.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Does not currently have the disaster Janissary Decadence
  • Does not have the country modifier tur_janissaries_timer
  • Have at least 30 owned cores
  • Is at peace
  • Have less than 1 war exhaustion
  • Ruler has lower Administrative skill than 6
  • Ruler has lower Military kill than 6
Mean time to happen
  • 1000 months

Immediate effects
  • Adds the country modifier tur_janissaries_timer for 18250 days.

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Pay them immediately
  • Lose half a years income
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Pay them over time
  • Gets the modifier Greedy Janissaries until the death of ruler, giving the following effects:
    • Infantry Cost: +20%
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Refuse their demands
  • Lose 1 Stability

Msg event.pngJanissary Revolt


The powerful Janissaries are upset over the recent attempts to Westernize the country. Should their revolt be successful they will roll back the recent changes towards Westernization.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • Has the country modifier The Janissaries
  • Is currently westernizing
Mean time to happen

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They will not be able to stop progress
  • Size 3 Reactionary Rebels rise up in revolt in the capital
  • Size 2 Reactionary Rebels rise up in revolt in a random owned non-capital province in the Anatolian region

Msg event.pngJanissary Landholders


By the 17th century the Janissaries' power had increased to the point where they had made themselves both landholders and tradesmen


 
Trigger conditions
  • Event has not yet occurred
  • Has the country modifier The Janissaries
  • Does not currently have the disaster Janissary Decadence
Mean time to happen
  • 1000 months

Immediate effects
  • Sets the country flag TUR_had_event_105

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Allow them to hold land
  • Sets the modifier Janissary Landholders until the death of ruler, giving the following effects:
    • Goods produced: -0.25
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They should know their place
  • Sets the modifier Janissaries Upset until the death of ruler, giving the following effects:
    • National Unrest: +2

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