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- +10% Light ship combat ability
- −10% Naval attrition
- +2 Max promoted cultures
- +10% Colonial range
- +10% Ship trade power
- +2% Missionary strength
- +100% Prestige from naval battles
- +50% Naval tradition from battles
- +10% Morale of armies
- +0.5 Yearly army tradition
- −25% Land attrition
- +5% National tax modifier
- +5% Production efficiency
- −20% Aggressive expansion impact
Events[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Polynesian events
Missions[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Fijian missions
Viti Levu has access to the Fijian mission tree, a mix of generic Polynesian missions and area-specific missions focussing on uniting the Fijian islands.
Decisions[edit | edit source]
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The clans are one once more and we can claim the title of ruler of Fiji.
If the country is AI-controlled then it:
Viti does not exists
AI will always take this decision.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Viti#Strategy
Viti Levu starts as the most developed and strongest of the Fijian minors, in the best position to form Viti. Forming Viti as soon as possible is a priority to secure the Fijian islands and set up for further expansion in Polynesia and beyond. Therefore, the strategies for Viti are most relevant.
The three Fijian minors always start with one of the three rivalled by the other two, which will typically ally with one another. Rival allocation is random, and if starting as Viti Levu, being rivalled by both other Fijian minors could slow the player down by years (it may be worth restarting). If the player chooses not to restart, focus on developing Viti Levu to increase income and force limits; build a strong galley-based navy (and keep ships in port at all times to build up sailors) and the largest financially sustainable army, and then declare a conquest war on your neighbours. Time your war declaration so that your navy can quickly ensure naval dominance, then try to time things so that only one neighbour's army can cross the straits to attack Viti Levu while the other is held back by the blockaded straits. Wiping out the two armies one at a time is crucial, and striking quickly while morale may be low due to maintenance could help.
A possible alternative would be to form an alliance with Tainui and invade Ngapuhi before expanding in Fiji; however this would be extremely difficult and it would be a nightmare trying to keep the rebellious vassal under control (every province outside Fiji is beyond Lau's coring range).