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They can be recruited by using the government action "Raise Streltsy", which will raise a number of Streltsy infantry regiments equal to 20% of your [[force limit]] in your capital while also reducing {{icon|war exhaustion}} war exhaustion by {{green|2}}. However, over-reliance on Streltsy is penalized: for each 1% of the country's force limit composed of Streltsy, a {{icon|stability cost}} {{red|+1%}} stability cost modifier malus is applied (this malus on the stability boost can be removed by disbanding the Streltsy units).
 
They can be recruited by using the government action "Raise Streltsy", which will raise a number of Streltsy infantry regiments equal to 20% of your [[force limit]] in your capital while also reducing {{icon|war exhaustion}} war exhaustion by {{green|2}}. However, over-reliance on Streltsy is penalized: for each 1% of the country's force limit composed of Streltsy, a {{icon|stability cost}} {{red|+1%}} stability cost modifier malus is applied (this malus on the stability boost can be removed by disbanding the Streltsy units).
 
After reaching Conscription Army (60%+ army professionalism) Streltsy can be used as free manpower refreshment by disbanding them immediately after recruiting.
 
  
 
=== Cossacks ===
 
=== Cossacks ===

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