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This is a list of all of {{flag|France}}'s events. <ref>The script code is located in {{path|events/FlavorFRA.txt}}).</ref>
This is a list of all of {{flag|France}}'s events.  
 
 
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<section begin=flavor_fra.9100/>
 
<section begin=flavor_fra.9100/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.9100
 
| event_name = The Birth of a Permanent Taxation System
 
| event_name = The Birth of a Permanent Taxation System
 
| event_text = Charles VII remodeled French finances, established heavy taxation, particularly through the taille, a direct land tax. Extracting the wealth of the land has always been a tough nut to crack for the centralizing French kings. To tap the vast riches of the French lands new and improved taxation methods were needed time after time. Throughout history the methods used became more and more rationalized to optimize gains for the treasury. The Birth of a Permanent Taxation Systems was a major step towards this aim.
 
| event_text = Charles VII remodeled French finances, established heavy taxation, particularly through the taille, a direct land tax. Extracting the wealth of the land has always been a tough nut to crack for the centralizing French kings. To tap the vast riches of the French lands new and improved taxation methods were needed time after time. Throughout history the methods used became more and more rationalized to optimize gains for the treasury. The Birth of a Permanent Taxation Systems was a major step towards this aim.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* None of:
+
* Year is before 1500
** Year is 1500 or later
 
 
* Owns province Paris
 
* Owns province Paris
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
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| option_text = Issue it
 
| option_text = Issue it
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* Province Paris:
+
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 +
* Capital province:
 
** Gain {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{green|1}} base tax
 
** Gain {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{green|1}} base tax
 
** Gain province modifier ''"Permanent Tax System"'' <!-- permanent_tax_system --> for 10 years with the following effect:
 
** Gain province modifier ''"Permanent Tax System"'' <!-- permanent_tax_system --> for 10 years with the following effect:
 
*** {{icon|local unrest|28px}} {{red|+5}} local unrest
 
*** {{icon|local unrest|28px}} {{red|+5}} local unrest
* One random owned province:
+
* Gain {{icon|innovativeness|24px}} {{green|1}} {{DLC-only|innovativeness}}
** Limited to:
+
* One random owned province in the [[French region]] that is not the capital:
*** Province is in France region
 
*** Is ''not'' the country's capital
 
 
** Gain {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{green|1}} base tax
 
** Gain {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{green|1}} base tax
 
** Gain province modifier ''"Permanent Tax System"'' <!-- permanent_tax_system --> for 10 years with the following effect:
 
** Gain province modifier ''"Permanent Tax System"'' <!-- permanent_tax_system --> for 10 years with the following effect:
 
*** {{icon|local unrest|28px}} {{red|+5}} local unrest
 
*** {{icon|local unrest|28px}} {{red|+5}} local unrest
}}
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Let it be
 
| effect =
 
{{add_stability_or_adm_power}}
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.9100/><section begin=flavor_fra.3106/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.9100/><section begin=flavor_fra.3106/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3106
 
| event_name = The State takes control of the Guilds
 
| event_name = The State takes control of the Guilds
 
| event_text = The word gilde, or ghilde, is but one of many terms used formerly in France and in the Low Countries to denote what the more modern word corporation stands for. In France and the Low Countries a guild was originally a sort of fraternity for common support, protection, and amusement. The members paid each a certain contribution to the common fund. After the end of the fifteenth century, under the despotic rule of the French kings, the guilds ceased to be a means of protection for a majority of their members. Their privileges became a means of filling the royal coffers at the expense of the employers.
 
| event_text = The word gilde, or ghilde, is but one of many terms used formerly in France and in the Low Countries to denote what the more modern word corporation stands for. In France and the Low Countries a guild was originally a sort of fraternity for common support, protection, and amusement. The members paid each a certain contribution to the common fund. After the end of the fifteenth century, under the despotic rule of the French kings, the guilds ceased to be a means of protection for a majority of their members. Their privileges became a means of filling the royal coffers at the expense of the employers.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* None of:
+
* Year is before 1550
** Year is 1550 or later
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
300 months| options =  
 
300 months| options =  
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| effect =
 
| effect =
 
* Gain {{icon|ducats|28px}} ducats equal to {{green|0.33}} years of income
 
* Gain {{icon|ducats|28px}} ducats equal to {{green|0.33}} years of income
 +
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
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<section end=flavor_fra.3106/><section begin=flavor_fra.3123/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3106/><section begin=flavor_fra.3123/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3123
 
| event_name = Academie française
 
| event_name = Academie française
 
| event_text = Cardinal Richelieu, a liberal patron of literature, created l'Academie française in 1636 in order to promote French language and literary pursuits. Although the scientific part of the academy never matched the literary one in fame, it did make a number of important scientific discoveries in the eighteenth century. It was French expeditions in 1735 and 1743, for instance, which established the oblate shape of the earth.
 
| event_text = Cardinal Richelieu, a liberal patron of literature, created l'Academie française in 1636 in order to promote French language and literary pursuits. Although the scientific part of the academy never matched the literary one in fame, it did make a number of important scientific discoveries in the eighteenth century. It was French expeditions in 1735 and 1743, for instance, which established the oblate shape of the earth.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
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| option_text = Yes, we need it
 
| option_text = Yes, we need it
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
 +
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 
* Lose {{icon|ducats|28px}} ducats equal to {{red|0.5}} years of income
 
* Lose {{icon|ducats|28px}} ducats equal to {{red|0.5}} years of income
 
* Gain country modifier ''"Académie française"'' <!-- academie_francaise --> for the rest of the campaign with the following effects:
 
* Gain country modifier ''"Académie française"'' <!-- academie_francaise --> for the rest of the campaign with the following effects:
** {{icon|administrative tech cost|28px}} {{green|-10%}} administrative technology cost
+
** {{icon|administrative tech cost|28px}} {{green|-2.5%}} administrative technology cost
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = No, it's too expensive
 
| option_text = No, it's too expensive
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* Lose {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{red|5}} prestige
+
Lose {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{red|5}} prestige
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3123/><section begin=flavor_fra.5/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3123/><section begin=flavor_fra.5/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.5
 
| event_name = The Royal Musketeers
 
| event_name = The Royal Musketeers
 
| event_text = While overseeing the restructuring of our army the king has come up with an idea to form a military unit within Maison du Roi that would be open to the lower nobility, providing them with an opportunity to prove their military skill and loyalty to the crown.
 
| event_text = While overseeing the restructuring of our army the king has come up with an idea to form a military unit within Maison du Roi that would be open to the lower nobility, providing them with an opportunity to prove their military skill and loyalty to the crown.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
* Is {{flag|France}}
+
Either:
* Government is monarchy
+
* Has country flag ''"fra_musketeers_mission"''
* Has at least {{icon|ducats|28px}} 300 ducats
+
* All of:
* Province Paris:
+
** Is {{flag|France}} and:
** Province is controlled by {{flag|France}}
+
*** Is a [[monarchy]]
** Province is owned by {{flag|France}}
+
*** Is ''not'' in a regency
** Is the country's capital
+
*** Ruler's {{icon|mil|28px}} military skill is at least 6
** Is ''not'' under siege
+
*** {{is_free_or_tributary_trigger}}
** None of:
+
*** {{icon|adm tech|28px}} Administrative technology is at least 25
*** Has province modifier ''"Mousquetaires du Roi"'' <!-- mousquetaires_du_roi -->
+
*** Has at least {{icon|ducats|28px}} 300 ducats
* Is ''not'' in a regency
+
*** Does ''not'' have the country modifier ''"fra_musketeers_timer"'' <!-- fra_musketeers_timer -->
* Ruler's {{icon|mil|28px}} military skill is at least 6
+
** Province Paris:
* {{icon|adm tech|28px}} Administrative technology is at least 25
+
*** Is controlled by {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1600 or later
+
*** Is owned by {{flag|France}}
* (THIS) {{is_free_or_tributary_trigger}}
+
*** Is the capital of {{flag|France}}
* None of:
+
*** Is ''not'' under siege
** Has country modifier ''"fra_musketeers_timer"'' <!-- fra_musketeers_timer -->
+
*** Does ''not'' have the province modifier ''"Mousquetaires du Roi"'' <!-- mousquetaires_du_roi -->
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
200 months| immediate =
+
200 months
* Hidden effect:
 
** Gain country modifier ''"fra_musketeers_timer"'' <!-- fra_musketeers_timer --> for 18250 days
 
 
| options =  
 
| options =  
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = A splendid idea!
 
| option_text = A splendid idea!
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* Lose {{icon|ducats|28px}} {{red|300}} ducats
+
* Gain {{icon|army professionalism}} {{green|+10}} army professionalism
 
* Province Paris:
 
* Province Paris:
** Gain province modifier ''"Mousquetaires du Roi"'' <!-- mousquetaires_du_roi --> for 36500 days
+
** Gain province modifier ''"Mousquetaires du Roi"'' <!-- mousquetaires_du_roi --> for 100 years with the following effects:
}}
+
*** {{icon|local manpower modifier}} {{green|+25%}} local manpower modifier
{{Option
+
*** {{icon|local defensiveness}} {{green|+10%}} local defensiveness
| option_text = I'd rather keep the money
+
*** {{icon|garrison growth}} {{green|+10%}} local garrison growth
| effect =
 
(Nothing)
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
 
}}
 
}}
<section end=flavor_fra.5/><section begin=flavor_fra.5003/>
+
<section end=flavor_fra.5/><section begin=flavor_fra.3125/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
| event_name = Rene Descartes
+
| event_id = flavor_fra.3125
| event_text = French mathematician, scientist and philosopher Rene Descartes has been called the father of modern philosophy because he was one of the first to oppose scholastic Aristotelianism. He began by methodically doubting knowledge based on authority the senses and reason then found certainty in the intuition that when he is thinking he exists - this he expressed in the famous statement 'I think therefore I am.' Descartes developed a dualistic system in which he distinguished radically between mind the essence of which is thinking and matter the essence of which is extension in three dimensions.
 
| trigger =
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Year is 1637 or later
 
* None of:
 
** Year is 1660 or later
 
| mtth =
 
50 months| options =
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Excellent
 
| effect =
 
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|30}} administrative power
 
* Gain {{icon|legitimacy|28px}} {{green|10}} legitimacy
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
}}
 
<section end=flavor_fra.5003/><section begin=flavor_fra.3125/>
 
{{Event
 
| version = 1.22
 
 
| event_name = The Commissioning of Versailles
 
| event_name = The Commissioning of Versailles
 
| event_text = The major influence which France did exert over the baroque age was one of courtly opulence. In 1669 Louis XIV (1638-1715) decided to convert an old hunting lodge at Versailles into a palace of unprecedented magnificence. It was completed in 1682, and the court moved there in 1683. There was not a kingly or princely court in Europe which could match Versailles for the opulence of its gilded interiors, its mirrors and chandeliers, with an appropriately matching flamboyance of courtly ceremony, and there was not a kingly or princely court in Europe which did not, either openly or secretly, aspire to match this model.
 
| event_text = The major influence which France did exert over the baroque age was one of courtly opulence. In 1669 Louis XIV (1638-1715) decided to convert an old hunting lodge at Versailles into a palace of unprecedented magnificence. It was completed in 1682, and the court moved there in 1683. There was not a kingly or princely court in Europe which could match Versailles for the opulence of its gilded interiors, its mirrors and chandeliers, with an appropriately matching flamboyance of courtly ceremony, and there was not a kingly or princely court in Europe which did not, either openly or secretly, aspire to match this model.
| trigger =  
+
| fire_only_once = yes
* Is {{flag|France}}
+
| trigger =
* Year is 1650 or later
+
Either:
* None of:
+
* Has country flag ''"versailles_flag"''
** Year is 1700 or later
+
* All of:
* Government is monarchy
+
** {{flag|France}}:
* Is ''not'' in a regency
+
*** Is a [[monarchy]]
 +
*** Is ''not'' in a regency
 +
*** Does not have the mission flag ''"emp_fra_move_court_to_versailles"''
 +
** Year is between 1650 and 1700
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
100 months| options =  
 
100 months| options =  
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<section end=flavor_fra.3125/><section begin=flavor_fra.3127/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3125/><section begin=flavor_fra.3127/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3127
 
| event_name = Chambers of Reunion
 
| event_name = Chambers of Reunion
 
| event_text = Aiming at European hegemony and the rounding of French frontiers in the North and in the East (to the Rhine), Louis XIV had established the Chambers of Reunion, courts that advanced claims to Imperial lands. These expansionist policies were at first tolerated by France powerless neighbors. It reached its climax in 1681, with the annexation of the free city of Strasbourg in Alsace and the 1684 occupation of Luxembourg. The reunion was recognized by the Empire in the 1684 Truce of Regensburg, mostly because the Emperor was preoccupied by the Turkish menace (siege of Vienna in 1683) and this led to the creation of the anti-French League of Augsburg (1686).
 
| event_text = Aiming at European hegemony and the rounding of French frontiers in the North and in the East (to the Rhine), Louis XIV had established the Chambers of Reunion, courts that advanced claims to Imperial lands. These expansionist policies were at first tolerated by France powerless neighbors. It reached its climax in 1681, with the annexation of the free city of Strasbourg in Alsace and the 1684 occupation of Luxembourg. The reunion was recognized by the Empire in the 1684 Truce of Regensburg, mostly because the Emperor was preoccupied by the Turkish menace (siege of Vienna in 1683) and this led to the creation of the anti-French League of Augsburg (1686).
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1650 or later
 
* None of:
 
** Year is 1750 or later
 
 
* Any neighbouring country:
 
* Any neighbouring country:
** None of:
+
** Is ''not'' a subject of {{flag|France}}
*** Is a subject of {{flag|France}}
 
 
** Any owned province:
 
** Any owned province:
 
*** Culture is in French group
 
*** Culture is in French group
*** Any neighbouring province:
+
*** Any neighbouring province is owned by {{flag|France}}
**** Province is owned by {{flag|France}}
+
The year is between 1650 and 1750
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
150 months| options =  
 
150 months| options =  
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* Every neighbouring country:
 
* Every neighbouring country:
 
** Limited to:
 
** Limited to:
*** None of:
+
*** Is ''not'' a subject of {{flag|France}}
**** Is a subject of {{flag|France}}
 
 
*** Any owned province:
 
*** Any owned province:
 
**** Culture is in French group
 
**** Culture is in French group
**** Any neighbouring province:
+
**** Any neighbouring province is owned by {{flag|France}}
***** Province is owned by {{flag|France}}
+
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Claims Through Chambers of Union"'' towards {{flag|France}} worth {{icon|opinion}} {{red|-50}} opinion with a yearly decay of {{green|+1}}
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Claims Through Chambers of Union"'' towards (Our country)
 
 
** Every owned province:
 
** Every owned province:
 
*** Limited to:
 
*** Limited to:
 
**** Culture is in French group
 
**** Culture is in French group
**** Any neighbouring province:
+
**** Any neighbouring province is owned by {{flag|France}}
***** Province is owned by {{flag|France}}
 
 
*** {{flag|France}} gains a claim on this province
 
*** {{flag|France}} gains a claim on this province
 
* Set country flag <tt>FRA_chambers_of_union</tt>
 
* Set country flag <tt>FRA_chambers_of_union</tt>
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*** Any owned province:
 
*** Any owned province:
 
**** Culture is in French group
 
**** Culture is in French group
**** Any neighbouring province:
+
**** Any neighbouring province is owned by {{flag|France}}
***** Province is owned by {{flag|France}}
+
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Did Not Form Chambers of Union"'' towards {{flag|France}} worth {{icon|opinion}} {{green|+30}} opinion with a yearly decay of {{red|-1}}
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Did Not Form Chambers of Union"'' towards (Our country)
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3127/><section begin=flavor_fra.5004/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3127/><section begin=flavor_fra.5004/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.5004
 
| event_name = Vauban
 
| event_name = Vauban
 
| event_text = Sebastien Le Prestre de Vauban was a French military engineer who revolutionized the art of siege craft and defensive fortifications. He fought in all of France's wars of Louis XIV's reign (1643-1715) and went on frequent tours around the frontiers redesigning and improving numerous fortifications. His design for the fortification of Landau in Bavaria is sometimes reckoned as his greatest work.
 
| event_text = Sebastien Le Prestre de Vauban was a French military engineer who revolutionized the art of siege craft and defensive fortifications. He fought in all of France's wars of Louis XIV's reign (1643-1715) and went on frequent tours around the frontiers redesigning and improving numerous fortifications. His design for the fortification of Landau in Bavaria is sometimes reckoned as his greatest work.
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1681 or later
+
The year is between 1681 and 1700
* None of:
 
** Year is 1700 or later
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
50 months| options =  
 
50 months| options =  
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<section end=flavor_fra.5004/><section begin=flavor_fra.3115/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.5004/><section begin=flavor_fra.3115/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3115
 
| event_name = Samuel de Champlain and the Hurons
 
| event_name = Samuel de Champlain and the Hurons
 
| event_text = Samuel de Champlain was sent by a man named Aymar de Clermont who had been given the privilege to establish a fur trading company by the king of France. During his travels Samuel de Champlain made friends with the Indians. He spent time with the Algonquin and Huron Indians exploring the area.
 
| event_text = Samuel de Champlain was sent by a man named Aymar de Clermont who had been given the privilege to establish a fur trading company by the king of France. During his travels Samuel de Champlain made friends with the Indians. He spent time with the Algonquin and Huron Indians exploring the area.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* North America:
+
* Owns or vassal owns any province in North America:
** <pre>country_or_vassal_holds = FRA</pre>
 
 
* {{flag|Huron}} exists
 
* {{flag|Huron}} exists
 
* {{flag|Iroquois}} exists
 
* {{flag|Iroquois}} exists
* {{flag|Huron}}:
+
* {{flag|France}} has dicovered {{flag|Huron}} capital
** Capital:
+
* {{flag|France}} has dicovered {{flag|Iroquois}} capital
*** Has been discovered by {{flag|France}}
 
* {{flag|Iroquois}}:
 
** Capital:
 
*** Has been discovered by {{flag|France}}
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
100 months| options =  
 
100 months| options =  
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| option_text = Let us befriend the Hurons
 
| option_text = Let us befriend the Hurons
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* {{flag|Huron}}:
+
{{flag|Huron}}:
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Samuel de Champlain"'' towards {{flag|France}}
+
* Gain opinion modifier ''"Samuel de Champlain"'' towards {{flag|France}} worth {{icon|opinion}} {{green|+50}} opinion with a yearly decay of {{red|-1}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Let us befriend the Iroquois
 
| option_text = Let us befriend the Iroquois
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* {{flag|Iroquois}}:
+
{{flag|Iroquois}}:
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Samuel de Champlain"'' towards {{flag|France}}
+
* Gain opinion modifier ''"Samuel de Champlain"'' towards {{flag|France}} worth {{icon|opinion}} {{green|+50}} opinion with a yearly decay of {{red|-1}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3115/><section begin=flavor_fra.3143/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3115/><section begin=flavor_fra.3143/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3143
 
| event_name = The Eden Agreement
 
| event_name = The Eden Agreement
 
| event_text = In 1786 William Pitt the Younger signed an important commercial agreement, the Eden Treaty, with France. It was in keeping with the argument made by the economist Adam Smith in his The Wealth of Nations (1776) that Britain should be less economically dependent on trade with America and become more adventurous in exploring trading opportunities in continental Europe.
 
| event_text = In 1786 William Pitt the Younger signed an important commercial agreement, the Eden Treaty, with France. It was in keeping with the argument made by the economist Adam Smith in his The Wealth of Nations (1776) that Britain should be less economically dependent on trade with America and become more adventurous in exploring trading opportunities in continental Europe.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Year is 1700 or later
 
* Year is 1700 or later
* At least one of:
+
* {{flag|England}} or {{flag|Great Britain}} exist
** All of:
+
** Is ''not'' at war with {{flag|England}} or {{flag|Great Britain}}
*** {{flag|England}} exists
 
*** None of:
 
**** {{flag|Great Britain}} exists
 
** All of:
 
*** {{flag|Great Britain}} exists
 
*** None of:
 
**** {{flag|England}} exists
 
* None of:
 
** Is at war with {{flag|England}}
 
* None of:
 
** Is at war with {{flag|Great Britain}}
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
200 months| options =  
 
200 months| options =  
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| option_text = Sign it
 
| option_text = Sign it
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* If:
+
{{flag|England}} or {{flag|Great Britain}}:
** Limited to:
+
* Gain opinion modifier ''"The Eden Agreement"'' towards {{flag|France}} worth {{icon|opinion}} {{green|+20}} opinion with a yearly decay of {{red|-2}}
*** {{flag|England}} exists
 
** {{flag|England}}:
 
*** Gain opinion modifier ''"The Eden Agreement"'' towards (Our country)
 
* If:
 
** Limited to:
 
*** {{flag|Great Britain}} exists
 
** {{flag|Great Britain}}:
 
*** Gain opinion modifier ''"The Eden Agreement"'' towards (Our country)
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
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| effect =
 
| effect =
 
* Gain {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{green|5}} prestige
 
* Gain {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{green|5}} prestige
* If:
+
* {{flag|England}} or {{flag|Great Britain}}:
** Limited to:
+
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Refusal of the Eden Agreement"'' towards {{flag|France}} worth {{icon|opinion}} {{red|-20}} opinion with a yearly decay of {{green|+2}}
*** {{flag|England}} exists
+
}}
** {{flag|England}}:
+
| collapse = yes
*** Gain opinion modifier ''"Refusal of the Eden Agreement"'' towards (Our country)
+
}}
* If:
+
<section end=flavor_fra.3143/><section begin=flavor_fra.9000/>
** Limited to:
+
{{Event
*** {{flag|Great Britain}} exists
+
| version = 1.30
** {{flag|Great Britain}}:
+
| event_id = flavor_fra.9000
*** Gain opinion modifier ''"Refusal of the Eden Agreement"'' towards (Our country)
+
| event_name = A Controversial Poet
 +
| event_text = As is customary, we released a few prisoners to celebrate the crowning of [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] [Root.Monarch.GetName]. Among them was a young poet who thanked us by writing a ballad against the enemies of France. However, our bailiff informs us that he is still wanted in Paris for stealing money from the university and killing a priest in a brawl.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 +
| triggered only = ((please describe))
 +
| trigger =
 +
* Is {{flag|France}}
 +
* Is ''not'' in a regency
 +
The year is between 1450 and 1465
 +
| options =
 +
{{Option
 +
| option_text = These are serious crimes, throw him back in jail!
 +
| effect =
 +
The {{icon|Clergy|24px}} Clergy estate of {{flag|France}} gains {{icon|loyalty|24px}}{{green|10}} loyalty.
 +
}}
 +
{{Option
 +
| option_text = I like him, issue a full pardon and bring him to my court.
 +
| effect =
 +
* Gain skill 3 {{icon|artist|28px}} Artist advisor named François Villon (50% cheaper to employ)
 +
* The {{icon|Clergy|24px}} Clergy estate of {{flag|France}} loses {{icon|loyalty|24px}}{{red|10}} loyalty.
 +
}}
 +
{{Option
 +
| option_text = Better not get involved in this.
 +
| effect =
 +
Loses {{icon|prestige|24px}}{{red|5}} prestige.
 +
}}
 +
| collapse = yes
 +
}}
 +
<section end=flavor_fra.9000/><section begin=flavor_fra.9500/>
 +
{{Event
 +
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.9500
 +
| event_name = The Royal Baby
 +
| event_text = [Root.Consort.GetName] has given birth to a baby daughter. There is one hitch, however... the baby is of a rather dark complexion, in striking contrast to the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] and his [Root.consort_culture_var.GetCultureName] wife. So much so, in fact, that a bishop fainted upon seeing the child and the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle]'s brother collapsed into an uncontrollable giggling fit. Suspicions have quickly turned to a certain African dwarf in the [Root.Consort.GetTitle]'s household...
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 +
| triggered only = ((please describe))
 +
| trigger =
 +
* Is {{flag|France}}
 +
* Government is a monarchy
 +
* Ruler is male and has French culture
 +
* Has consort less than 41 years old
 +
* Has heir at least 1 year old
 +
* Is Christian
 +
The year is between 1630 and 1780
 +
| options =
 +
{{Option
 +
| option_text = These rumors must end! Send the baby to a convent.
 +
| effect =
 +
Loses {{icon|prestige|24px}}{{red|10}} prestige.
 +
}}
 +
{{Option
 +
| option_text = Faithlessness? Unthinkable! This is my daughter!
 +
| effect =
 +
* Loses {{icon|legitimacy|24px}}{{red|10}} legitimacy.
 +
* reduce_mandate_effect = yes
 +
}}
 +
{{Option
 +
| option_text = A [Root.Consort.GetTitle] must be above reproach! Divorce her!
 +
| effect =
 +
Consort dies (divorce)
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
 
}}
 
}}
<section end=flavor_fra.3143/>
+
<section end=flavor_fra.9500/>
 
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{{Box wrapper}}
 
{{Box wrapper}}
<section begin=flavor_fra.6/>
 
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.6
 
| event_name = The Surrender of Maine
 
| event_name = The Surrender of Maine
| event_text = In exchange for accepting the treaty of Tours in 1444 the county of Maine was promised to France. In practice however this has still not come to pass. No English governor wants to be remembered as the one to surrender Maine and in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] prominent nobles are claiming that our negotiator, William de la Pole, had no mandate to make this concession in the first place. French emissaries have repeatedly tried to remind us of this ever since the signing and [Root.Monarch.GetName] has now finally taken matters in his own hands and shown up at the walls of Le Mans, demanding the city to surrender.<br/>Unless we surrender Maine to the French we are very likely looking at a hasty resumption of hostilities.
+
| event_text = In exchange for accepting the treaty of Tours in 1444 the county of Maine was promised to France. In practice, however, this has still not come to pass. No English governor wants to be remembered as the one to surrender Maine and in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] prominent nobles are claiming that our negotiator, William de la Pole, had no mandate to make this concession in the first place. French emissaries have repeatedly tried to remind us of this ever since the signing and [FRA.Monarch.GetName] has now finally taken matters in his own hands and shown up at the walls of Le Mans, demanding the city to surrender.<br />Unless we surrender Maine to the French we are very likely looking at a hasty resumption of hostilities.
| trigger =  
+
|fire_only_once = yes
* Is {{flag|England}}
+
| trigger = The country:
* None of:
+
* is {{flag|England}}.
** Is at war with {{flag|France}}
+
* is ''not'' a subject.
* None of:
+
* owns Maine (177).
** Year is 1450 or later
+
* is ''not'' allied with {{flag|France}}.
* None of:
+
* is ''not'' at war with {{flag|France}}.
** Has a truce with {{flag|France}}
+
* does ''not'' have a truce with {{flag|France}}.
* Province Maine:
+
{{flag|France}}:
** Province is owned by {{flag|England}}
+
* is ''not'' a subject.
| mtth =  
+
It is before 1450.
36 months| options =  
+
| mtth = 12 months
 +
| options =  
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = We must honor our obligations, even if it pains us.
 
| option_text = We must honor our obligations, even if it pains us.
| effect =
+
| effect = <div style="font-style: italic;">{{flag|England}}:
* (explanatory tooltip - delete this line)
+
* cedes Maine (177) to {{flag|France}}.
* {{flag|France}}:
+
* signs a [[truce]] with {{flag|France}}.</div>
** Trigger country event ''"The Surrender of Maine"'' <!-- flavor_fra.8 -->
+
:{{flag|France}} gets the {{icon|event|20px}}event ''“[[#flavor_fra.8|The Surrender of Maine]]”''.
* Lose {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{red|10}} prestige
+
{{flag|England}}:
* Lose {{icon|stability|28px}} {{red|1}} stability
+
* loses {{icon|prestige|24px}}{{red|10}} prestige.
 +
* loses {{icon|stability|28px}}{{red|1}} stability.
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = We will not surrender an inch of territory to the French!
 
| option_text = We will not surrender an inch of territory to the French!
| effect =
+
| effect = ''France will likely go to war over our violation of the Truce and we will be considered the aggressor in such a war.''
* (custom tooltip - delete this line)
+
:{{flag|France}} the {{icon|event|20px}}event ''“[[#flavor_fra.7|The Surrender of Maine]]”''
* {{flag|France}}:
 
** Trigger country event ''"The Surrender of Maine"'' <!-- flavor_fra.7 -->
 
 
}}
 
}}
| collapse = yes
 
 
}}
 
}}
<section end=flavor_fra.6/><section begin=flavor_fra.7/>
+
 
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.7
 
| event_name = The Surrender of Maine
 
| event_name = The Surrender of Maine
 
| event_text = In exchange for accepting the treaty of Tours in 1444 the county of Maine was promised to France. In practice however this has still not come to pass. The English have repeatedly evaded the question and it is becoming increasingly clear that many in the English camp are arguing that the treaty will not be honored. In one last attempt to force the question [Root.Monarch.GetName] has approached the county capital, Le Mans, himself and demanded the surrender of the city.<br/>The local commander however shows no signs of intending to open the gates, despite not having a force strong enough to withstand an attack.
 
| event_text = In exchange for accepting the treaty of Tours in 1444 the county of Maine was promised to France. In practice however this has still not come to pass. The English have repeatedly evaded the question and it is becoming increasingly clear that many in the English camp are arguing that the treaty will not be honored. In one last attempt to force the question [Root.Monarch.GetName] has approached the county capital, Le Mans, himself and demanded the surrender of the city.<br/>The local commander however shows no signs of intending to open the gates, despite not having a force strong enough to withstand an attack.
| triggered only = (please describe trigger here)
+
| triggered only = the {{icon|event|20px}}event ''“[[#flavor_fra.6|The Surrender of Maine]]”'' - option ''‘We will not surrender an inch of territory to the French!’''.
 
| options =  
 
| options =  
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Time to teach them how to war.
 
| option_text = Time to teach them how to war.
| effect =
+
| effect = {{flag|England}}:
* {{flag|England}}:
+
* declares war on {{flag|France}} using ‘[[Restoration of Union]]’ casus belli.
** Declare war on {{flag|France}} using Restoration of Union casus belli
+
{{flag|France}}:
* Province Maine:
+
* becomes the controller of Maine (177).
** <pre>change_controller = FRA</pre>
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Let us back down.
 
| option_text = Let us back down.
| effect =
+
| effect = {{flag|France}}:
* Lose {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{red|10}} prestige
+
* loses {{icon|prestige|24px}}{{red|10}} prestige.
* FROM:
+
* and {{flag|England}} sign a mutual truce.
** <pre>add_truce_with = ROOT</pre>
+
The {{icon|nobility|24px}} Nobility estate of {{flag|France}}:
* <pre>add_truce_with = FROM</pre>
+
* loses {{icon|loyalty|24px}}{{red|10}} loyalty.
* If:
+
{{flag|Provence}}:
** Limited to:
+
* gets the opinion modifier ''“Gave Up on Maine”'' towards {{flag|France}} worth {{icon|opinion|24px}} {{red|−70}} opinion with a yearly decay of {{green|+3}}.
*** {{flag|Provence}} exists
 
** {{flag|Provence}}:
 
*** Gain opinion modifier ''"Gave Up on Maine"'' towards (Our country)
 
* If:
 
** Limited to:
 
*** DLC {{icon|cos|28px}} The Cossacks is active
 
*** {{icon|nobles|28px}} Nobility estate exists
 
** {{icon|nobles|28px}} Nobility loses {{red|10}} loyalty
 
 
}}
 
}}
| collapse = yes
 
 
}}
 
}}
<section end=flavor_fra.7/><section begin=flavor_fra.8/>
+
 
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.8
 
| event_name = The Surrender of Maine
 
| event_name = The Surrender of Maine
 
| event_text = In exchange for accepting the treaty of Tours in 1444 the county of Maine was promised to France. In practice however this has taken quite some time to materialize. The arrival of [Root.Monarch.GetName] [Root.Monarch.GetHerselfHimself] on the scene seems to have made the holdup go away however and finally Maine is now in our hands.
 
| event_text = In exchange for accepting the treaty of Tours in 1444 the county of Maine was promised to France. In practice however this has taken quite some time to materialize. The arrival of [Root.Monarch.GetName] [Root.Monarch.GetHerselfHimself] on the scene seems to have made the holdup go away however and finally Maine is now in our hands.
| triggered only = (please describe trigger here)
+
| triggered only = the {{icon|event|20px}}event ''“[[#flavor_fra.6|The Surrender of Maine]]”'' - option ''“We must honor our obligations, even if it pains us.”''
 
| options =  
 
| options =  
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Great!
 
| option_text = Great!
| effect =
+
| effect = {{flag|France}}:
* Gain {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{green|10}} prestige
+
* gains {{icon|prestige|24px}}{{green|10}} prestige.
* Province Maine:
+
{{flag|England}}:
** Cede province to {{flag|France}}
+
* <span style="color:dimgray;">(hidden)<br />signs a truce with {{flag|France}}.</span>
** Hidden effect:
+
* cedes Maine (171) to {{flag|France}}.
*** Lose {{icon|local autonomy|28px}} {{green|50%}} local autonomy
+
<span style="color:dimgray;">(hidden)<br />Maine (171) loses {{icon|local autonomy|24px}}{{green|50}} local autonomy.</span>
 
}}
 
}}
| collapse = yes
 
 
}}
 
}}
<section end=flavor_fra.8/><section begin=flavor_fra.9104/>
+
 
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.9104
 
| event_name = The End of the Hundred Years War
 
| event_name = The End of the Hundred Years War
 
| event_text = Louis XI benefited from the outcome of the hundred year war. The virtual destruction of the feudal nobility enabled him to unite France more solidly under the royal authority and to promote and ally with the middle class.
 
| event_text = Louis XI benefited from the outcome of the hundred year war. The virtual destruction of the feudal nobility enabled him to unite France more solidly under the royal authority and to promote and ally with the middle class.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
* Is {{flag|France}}
+
Either:
* None of:
+
* Global flag ''"hyw_mission_resolution"'' is set
** Year is 1500 or later
+
* All of below:
* None of:
+
** is {{flag|France}}.
** Country flag <tt>had_end_of_HYW_france</tt> is set
+
** does ''not'' have the country flagg ''"had_end_of_HYW_france"''
* None of:
+
** Neither {{flag|England}} nor {{flag|Great Britain}}:
** France:
+
*** is at war with {{flag|France}}.
*** Province is owned by {{flag|England}}
+
*** is ''not'' the overlord of {{flag|France}}.
* None of:
+
*** does ''not'' own a province of [[France (region)]].
** France:
+
It is before 1500.
*** Province is owned by {{flag|Great Britain}}
+
| mtth = 12 months
* {{flag|England}}:
+
| immediate = <div style="color:dimgray;">(hidden)<br />
** None of:
+
If {{flag|England}} or {{flag|Great Britain}} did ''not'' have the event ''“[[English_events#flavor_eng.9104|The End of the Hundred Year War]]”'' yet ''
*** Is at war with {{flag|France}}
+
* gets the event ''“[[English_events#flavor_eng.9104|The End of the Hundred Year War]]”'' the next day.</div>
* None of:
 
** Is a subject of {{flag|England}}
 
* {{flag|Great Britain}}:
 
** None of:
 
*** Is at war with {{flag|France}}
 
* None of:
 
** Is a subject of {{flag|Great Britain}}
 
| mtth =  
 
12 months| immediate =  
 
* Hidden effect:
 
** Set country flag <tt>had_end_of_HYW_france</tt>
 
** If:
 
*** Limited to:
 
**** {{flag|England}} exists
 
**** None of:
 
***** {{flag|Great Britain}} exists
 
**** None of:
 
***** Global flag <tt>eng_had_end_of_hundred_years_war</tt> is set
 
*** {{flag|England}}:
 
**** Trigger country event ''"The End of the Hundred Years War"'' <!-- flavor_eng.9104 --> in 1 days
 
** If:
 
*** Limited to:
 
**** {{flag|Great Britain}} exists
 
**** None of:
 
***** Global flag <tt>eng_had_end_of_hundred_years_war</tt> is set
 
*** {{flag|Great Britain}}:
 
**** Trigger country event ''"The End of the Hundred Years War"'' <!-- flavor_eng.9104 --> in 1 days
 
 
| options =  
 
| options =  
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Time to build a stronger nation
 
| option_text = Time to build a stronger nation
| effect =
+
| effect = {{flag|France}}:
* <pre>add_stability_or_adm_power = yes</pre>
+
* gains {{icon|adm|24px}}{{green|50}} administrative power.
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|50}} administrative power
+
* {{add_stability_or_adm_power}}
 
}}
 
}}
| collapse = yes
 
 
}}
 
}}
<section end=flavor_fra.9104/>
+
 
 
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<section begin=flavor_fra.3105/>
 
<section begin=flavor_fra.3105/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3105
 
| event_name = The Anjou Claims to the Kingdom of Naples
 
| event_name = The Anjou Claims to the Kingdom of Naples
| event_text = In 1442 René of Anjou lost control of the Kingdom of Naples to the Trastamara dynasty. Though he would never reacquire the crown himself René continued to style himself King of Naples throughout his life. With René now gone the Anjou claims to the kingdom are looking increasingly inconsequential.<br/>The Neapolitan Kingdom is not without its enemies however and some Italian princes have approached [Root.Monarch.GetName] suggesting that [Root.Monarch.GetSheHe] could claim the Kingdom of Naples for [Root.Monarch.GetHerselfHimself] by citing the marriage ties between King René and our own dynasty in the past as a pretext. Normally this would be seen as a very weak claim but due to the impopularity of the Neapolitan rulers this might be overlooked.
+
| event_text = In 1442 René of Anjou lost control of the Kingdom of Naples to the Trastamara dynasty. Though he would never reacquire the crown himself, René continued to style himself King of Naples throughout his life. With René now gone, the Anjou claims to the kingdom are looking increasingly inconsequential.\nThe Neapolitan Kingdom is not without its enemies, however, and now [Root.Monarch.GetName] has a chance to claim the Kingdom of Naples for [Root.Monarch.GetHerselfHimself] by citing Papal rulings and the marriage ties between King René and our own dynasty in the past as a pretext. Normally, this would be seen as a very weak claim but due to the unpopularity of the Neapolitan rulers this might be overlooked.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* None of:
+
* Year is before 1550
** Year is 1550 or later
+
* Is ''not'' the senior partner in a personal union with {{flag|Naples}}
* None of:
+
* {{flag|Provence}} does ''not'' exist
** Is the senior partner in a personal union with {{flag|Naples}}
 
* None of:
 
** {{flag|Provence}} exists
 
 
* At least one of:
 
* At least one of:
 
** Ruler is of de Valois dynasty
 
** Ruler is of de Valois dynasty
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**** Is in Apulia area
 
**** Is in Apulia area
 
**** Is in Calabria area
 
**** Is in Calabria area
 +
**** Is in Western Sicily area
 +
**** Is Abruzzi (120)
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
300 months| options =  
 
300 months| options =  
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| option_text = Let us claim what is rightfully ours!
 
| option_text = Let us claim what is rightfully ours!
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* Every province in the world:
+
* If {{flag|Naples}} exists and is ''not'' a subject nation
 +
** {{flag|France}} gets ''"Restoration of Union"'' for 5 years against {{flag|Naples}}
 +
* Else, every province in the world:
 
** Limited to:
 
** Limited to:
 
*** At least one of:
 
*** At least one of:
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**** Is in Calabria area
 
**** Is in Calabria area
 
**** Is in Apulia area
 
**** Is in Apulia area
 +
**** Is in Western Sicily area
 +
**** Is Abruzzi (120)
 
*** At least one of:
 
*** At least one of:
 
**** Province is owned by {{flag|Naples}}
 
**** Province is owned by {{flag|Naples}}
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***** Is in Calabria area
 
***** Is in Calabria area
 
***** Is in Apulia area
 
***** Is in Apulia area
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Claimed Naples"'' towards (Our country)
+
**** Is in Western Sicily area
 +
**** Is Abruzzi (120)
 +
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Claimed Naples"'' towards {{flag|France}} worth {{icon|opinion}} {{red|-75}} opinion with a yearly decay of {{green|+1}}
 
* Set country flag <tt>claimed_naples</tt>
 
* Set country flag <tt>claimed_naples</tt>
 
}}
 
}}
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***** Is in Calabria area
 
***** Is in Calabria area
 
***** Is in Apulia area
 
***** Is in Apulia area
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Did Not Claim Naples"'' towards (Our country)
+
***** Is in Western Sicily area
 +
***** Is Abruzzi (120)
 +
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Did Not Claim Naples"'' towards {{flag|France}} worth {{icon|opinion}} {{green|+30}} opinion with a yearly decay of {{red|-3}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
 
}}
 
}}
<section end=flavor_fra.3105/><section begin=flavor_fra.3108/>
+
<section end=flavor_fra.3105/>
{{Event
 
| version = 1.22
 
| event_name = French claims in Italy weakened
 
| event_text = During the period 1524-1529 the French King experienced several setbacks. Not only did he start and lose several campaigns in Italy, but in 1525 he was also captured and brought to Madrid in chains where he had to denounce all his claims. It did not end with that though. Once set free, the French King refused to denounce his claims and again and again attacked in Italy. However, slowly he understood that the Italians would not accept a French monarch. For them belonging to a weak Holy Roman Empire was much better, and the French King also found that his opponents never had a problem with getting the majority of the lesser Italian states into their alliance. So at last after numerous fruitless wars the French King gave up his claims in Italy.
 
| trigger =
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is ''not'' at war
 
* None of:
 
** Italy:
 
*** Province is owned by {{flag|France}}
 
* Italy:
 
** {{flag|France}} has a claim on this province
 
| mtth =
 
1000 months
 
<br/>'''Modifiers'''
 
* Has had country flag <tt><tt>claimed_naples</tt></tt> for at least 3&#8239;650 days: '''×0.75'''
 
* Has had country flag <tt><tt>claimed_naples</tt></tt> for at least 7&#8239;300 days: '''×0.5'''| options =
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = No one seems to acknowledge our claims
 
| effect =
 
* Every known country:
 
** Limited to:
 
*** Italy:
 
**** Province is owned by (Previously mentioned country)
 
**** {{flag|France}} has a claim on this province
 
** Gain opinion modifier ''"Renounced Italian Claims"'' towards {{flag|France}}
 
* Italy:
 
** Limited to:
 
*** {{flag|France}} has a claim on this province
 
** <pre>remove_claim = FRA</pre>
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
}}
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3108/>
 
 
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<section begin=flavor_fra.3120/>
 
<section begin=flavor_fra.3120/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3120
 
| event_name = Richelieu
 
| event_name = Richelieu
 
| event_text = Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal of Richelieu, was 39 years old when he became Chief Minister of King Louis XIII in 1624. His main successful efforts in domestic policy were the fight against the upper nobility and the Protestant political privileges. He also supported overseas trade, colonial expansion and the constitution of a permanent royal navy. Its most notable achievement remained the diplomatic game he played during the Thirty Years War, pushing with French gold the Swedish intervention in 1630 and ultimately joining the war in 1635. His aims had been the reduction of the House of Habsburg and the extrication of France from encirclement by enemy lands. He is considered as the inventor of the concept of Real Politik.
 
| event_text = Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal of Richelieu, was 39 years old when he became Chief Minister of King Louis XIII in 1624. His main successful efforts in domestic policy were the fight against the upper nobility and the Protestant political privileges. He also supported overseas trade, colonial expansion and the constitution of a permanent royal navy. Its most notable achievement remained the diplomatic game he played during the Thirty Years War, pushing with French gold the Swedish intervention in 1630 and ultimately joining the war in 1635. His aims had been the reduction of the House of Habsburg and the extrication of France from encirclement by enemy lands. He is considered as the inventor of the concept of Real Politik.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1621 or later
 
* None of:
 
** Year is 1642 or later
 
 
* None of:
 
* None of:
** Advisor with ID 429 exists
+
** Advisor Cardinal Richelieu exists
 +
The year is between 1621 and 1642
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
60 months| options =  
 
60 months| options =  
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| option_text = An Excellent Minister!
 
| option_text = An Excellent Minister!
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
 +
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|100}} administrative power
 
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|100}} administrative power
 
* Gain {{icon|mil|28px}} {{green|100}} military power
 
* Gain {{icon|mil|28px}} {{green|100}} military power
 
* Gain {{icon|dip|28px}} {{green|100}} diplomatic power
 
* Gain {{icon|dip|28px}} {{green|100}} diplomatic power
* Gain skill 3 Statesman advisor named Cardinal Richelieu (50% cheaper to employ)
+
* Gain skill 3 {{icon|Statesman|28px}} Statesman catholic advisor named Cardinal Richelieu (50% cheaper to employ)
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3120/><section begin=flavor_fra.3124/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3120/><section begin=flavor_fra.3124/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3124
 
| event_name = Colbert
 
| event_name = Colbert
 
| event_text = Nominated Minister of Finance in 1661, Jean-Baptiste Colbert (born 1619) developed the first national economy of the modern age. His state-guided economy included better tax collection, statistical planning of the budget and regular bookkeeping. An advocate of Mercantilism (also Colbertism), he aimed at a favorable French balance of trade through the export of valuable finished products (like luxury items) and high import tariffs. He encouraged a more efficient domestic trade (roads, canals, suppression of local duties), established state monopolies, subsidized manufactures, promoted navigation and trade associations, fixed agricultural prices, encouraged marriage and prohibited emigration (except to Canada). To support his policies, he also greatly enlarged the size of the royal navy. While mercantilism promoted commerce and crafts, thereby increasing prosperity, peasants were not stimulated to increase their production. When he died in 1683, his son Colbert de Seignelay pursued his task till 1690.
 
| event_text = Nominated Minister of Finance in 1661, Jean-Baptiste Colbert (born 1619) developed the first national economy of the modern age. His state-guided economy included better tax collection, statistical planning of the budget and regular bookkeeping. An advocate of Mercantilism (also Colbertism), he aimed at a favorable French balance of trade through the export of valuable finished products (like luxury items) and high import tariffs. He encouraged a more efficient domestic trade (roads, canals, suppression of local duties), established state monopolies, subsidized manufactures, promoted navigation and trade associations, fixed agricultural prices, encouraged marriage and prohibited emigration (except to Canada). To support his policies, he also greatly enlarged the size of the royal navy. While mercantilism promoted commerce and crafts, thereby increasing prosperity, peasants were not stimulated to increase their production. When he died in 1683, his son Colbert de Seignelay pursued his task till 1690.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1649 or later
+
The year is between 1649 and 1683
* None of:
 
** Year is 1683 or later
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
100 months| options =  
 
100 months| options =  
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| option_text = An Excellent Minister!
 
| option_text = An Excellent Minister!
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
 +
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|25}} administrative power
 
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|25}} administrative power
 
* Gain {{icon|dip|28px}} {{green|25}} diplomatic power
 
* Gain {{icon|dip|28px}} {{green|25}} diplomatic power
 
* Gain {{icon|mil|28px}} {{green|25}} military power
 
* Gain {{icon|mil|28px}} {{green|25}} military power
* Gain skill 3 Treasurer advisor named Colbert (50% cheaper to employ)
+
* Gain skill 3 {{icon|Treasurer|28px}} Treasurer advisor named Colbert (50% cheaper to employ)
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Build a Navy and modernize the Infrastructure
 
| option_text = Build a Navy and modernize the Infrastructure
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* Gain country modifier ''"Colbert Economic Reforms"'' <!-- colbert_economic_reforms --> for 3650 days
+
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 +
* Gain country modifier ''"Colbert Economic Reforms"'' <!-- colbert_economic_reforms --> for 10 years with the following effects:
 +
** {{icon|national tax modifier}} {{green|+10%}} national tax modifier
 +
** {{icon|production efficiency}} {{green|+10%}} production efficiency
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Concentrate on Economic Domination
 
| option_text = Concentrate on Economic Domination
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* Gain country modifier ''"Colbert Trade Reforms"'' <!-- colbert_trade_reforms --> for 3650 days
+
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 +
* Gain country modifier ''"Colbert Trade Reforms"'' <!-- colbert_trade_reforms --> for 10 years with the following effects:
 +
** {{icon|domestic trade power}} {{green|+15%}} domestic trade power
 +
** {{icon|trade steering}} {{green|+20%}} trade steering
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Concentrate on Naval Supremacy
 
| option_text = Concentrate on Naval Supremacy
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* Gain country modifier ''"Colbert Naval Reforms"'' <!-- colbert_naval_reforms --> for 3650 days
+
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 +
* Gain country modifier ''"Colbert Naval Reforms"'' <!-- colbert_naval_reforms --> for 10 years with the following effects:
 +
** {{icon|ship cost}} {{green|-10%}} ship cost
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3124/><section begin=3114/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3124/><section begin=3114/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = 3114
 
| event_name = Le Tellier and Louvois
 
| event_name = Le Tellier and Louvois
 
| event_text = Michel Le Tellier (1603-1685) was the son of a counselor at the Account Chamber. Pinpointed by Prime Minister Cardinal Mazarin, he was named Secretary of War in 1643. He started the needed reformation of the French army and war administration as minister till 1666 and Chancellor till 1677. His eldest son, Marquis de Louvois, continued and perfected his reforms and offered his master, Louis XIV, the largest and best army of the last half of the 17th century.
 
| event_text = Michel Le Tellier (1603-1685) was the son of a counselor at the Account Chamber. Pinpointed by Prime Minister Cardinal Mazarin, he was named Secretary of War in 1643. He started the needed reformation of the French army and war administration as minister till 1666 and Chancellor till 1677. His eldest son, Marquis de Louvois, continued and perfected his reforms and offered his master, Louis XIV, the largest and best army of the last half of the 17th century.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1650 or later
+
The year is between 1650 and 1693
* None of:
 
** Year is 1693 or later
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
200 months| option conditions = yes
 
200 months| option conditions = yes
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| effect =
 
| effect =
 
* Gain {{icon|mil|28px}} {{green|50}} military power
 
* Gain {{icon|mil|28px}} {{green|50}} military power
* Gain skill 2 Army Reformer advisor named Le Tellier (50% cheaper to employ)
+
* Gain skill 2 {{icon|Army Reformer|28px}} Army Reformer advisor named Le Tellier (50% cheaper to employ)
| trigger = Enabled if:
+
| trigger = Year is before 1666
* None of:
 
** Year is 1666 or later
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
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| effect =
 
| effect =
 
* Gain {{icon|mil|28px}} {{green|50}} military power
 
* Gain {{icon|mil|28px}} {{green|50}} military power
* Gain skill 2 Army Reformer advisor named Louvois (50% cheaper to employ)
+
* Gain skill 2 {{icon|Army Reformer|28px}} Army Reformer advisor named Louvois (50% cheaper to employ)
| trigger = Enabled if:
+
| trigger = Year is 1666 or later
* Year is 1666 or later
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=3114/><section begin=flavor_fra.3137/>
 
<section end=3114/><section begin=flavor_fra.3137/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3137
 
| event_name = Andre-Hercule de Fleury
 
| event_name = Andre-Hercule de Fleury
 
| event_text = Born in 1653 the son of a tax collector, Andre-Hercule de Fleury becomes the preceptor of the young Louis XV on 23rd August 1715. A great confidence always prevailed between master and student and in 1726, at 73 years of age, Fleury becomes Prime Minister, and this till his death in 1743. Faithful, honest, Fleury was above all a partisan of peace and did his best to maintain it. Under his government, France enjoyed the longest peaceful period of its history for the last 3 centuries.
 
| event_text = Born in 1653 the son of a tax collector, Andre-Hercule de Fleury becomes the preceptor of the young Louis XV on 23rd August 1715. A great confidence always prevailed between master and student and in 1726, at 73 years of age, Fleury becomes Prime Minister, and this till his death in 1743. Faithful, honest, Fleury was above all a partisan of peace and did his best to maintain it. Under his government, France enjoyed the longest peaceful period of its history for the last 3 centuries.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1683 or later
+
The year is between 1683 and 1743
* None of:
 
** Year is 1743 or later
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
150 months| options =  
 
150 months| options =  
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| option_text = An Excellent Minister!
 
| option_text = An Excellent Minister!
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
 +
* Gain {{icon|innovativeness|24px}} {{green|1}} {{DLC-only|innovativeness}}
 
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|50}} administrative power
 
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|50}} administrative power
* Gain skill 2 Statesman advisor named de Fleury (50% cheaper to employ)
+
* Gain skill 2 {{icon|Statesman|28px}} catholic statesman advisor named de Fleury (50% cheaper to employ)
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3137/><section begin=flavor_fra.3135/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3137/><section begin=flavor_fra.3135/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3135
 
| event_name = Charles-François de Broglie
 
| event_name = Charles-François de Broglie
 
| event_text = Charles-François de Broglie was an Earl of France that became the master spy organizer of King Louis XV. Under the King's direction and ideas, he organized the first complete and structured secret service, Le Secret du Roy. His network covered most of Europe and, if its first mission in the Polish succession question failed, his major achievement was the role played during the American War of Independence, in providing the first and precious help to the Insurgents (military supplies, finance, diplomatic support to Franklin's mission in Paris, etc.)
 
| event_text = Charles-François de Broglie was an Earl of France that became the master spy organizer of King Louis XV. Under the King's direction and ideas, he organized the first complete and structured secret service, Le Secret du Roy. His network covered most of Europe and, if its first mission in the Polish succession question failed, his major achievement was the role played during the American War of Independence, in providing the first and precious help to the Insurgents (military supplies, finance, diplomatic support to Franklin's mission in Paris, etc.)
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1749 or later
+
The year is between 1749 and 1781
* None of:
 
** Year is 1781 or later
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
90 months| options =  
 
90 months| options =  
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| effect =
 
| effect =
 
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|50}} administrative power
 
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|50}} administrative power
* Gain skill 2 Statesman advisor named de Broglie (50% cheaper to employ)
+
* Gain skill 2 {{icon|Statesman|28px}} Statesman advisor named de Broglie (50% cheaper to employ)
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
 
}}
 
}}
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3135/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3135/>
 +
{{#lst:Women in History events|women_history_events.12}}
 +
{{#lst:Women in History events|women_history_events.14}}
 +
{{#lst:Women in History events|women_history_events.23}}
 +
{{#lst:Women in History events|women_history_events.46}}
 +
{{#lst:Women in History events|women_history_events.57}}
 +
{{#lst:Women in History events|women_history_events.71}}
 +
{{#lst:Women in History events|women_history_events.78}}
 
{{End box wrapper}}
 
{{End box wrapper}}
  
== Philosophes ==
+
== Philosophers ==
  
 
{{Box wrapper}}
 
{{Box wrapper}}
 
<section begin=flavor_fra.5000/>
 
<section begin=flavor_fra.5000/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.5000
 
| event_name = Rousseau Publishes 'The Social Contract'
 
| event_name = Rousseau Publishes 'The Social Contract'
 
| event_text = Rousseau was one of the first modern writers to seriously attack the institution of private property and is therefore considered a forebearer of modern socialism and Communism. Rousseau also questioned the assumption that the will of the majority is always correct. He argued that the goal of government should be to secure freedom, equality and justice for all within the state regardless of the will of the majority.
 
| event_text = Rousseau was one of the first modern writers to seriously attack the institution of private property and is therefore considered a forebearer of modern socialism and Communism. Rousseau also questioned the assumption that the will of the majority is always correct. He argued that the goal of government should be to secure freedom, equality and justice for all within the state regardless of the will of the majority.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1762 or later
+
The year is between 1762 and 1780
* None of:
 
** Year is 1780 or later
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
50 months| options =  
 
50 months| options =  
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| option_text = Excellent
 
| option_text = Excellent
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
 +
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 
* Gain {{icon|dip|28px}} {{green|25}} diplomatic power
 
* Gain {{icon|dip|28px}} {{green|25}} diplomatic power
 
* Gain {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{green|10}} prestige
 
* Gain {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{green|10}} prestige
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<section end=flavor_fra.5000/><section begin=flavor_fra.5001/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.5000/><section begin=flavor_fra.5001/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.5001
 
| event_name = Voltaire publishes 'Philosophical Letters'
 
| event_name = Voltaire publishes 'Philosophical Letters'
 
| event_text = In 1729 Voltaire returned to France from his exile in England. Determined to present England as a model to his countrymen the great writer of the Enlightenment began writing plays in discrete imitation of Shakespeare. He also commenced work on his biography of the great Swedish King Charles XII. His greatest achievement to date however was published in 1734. 'Philosophical Letters' was an incisive critique of the religious establishment and the Christian philosopher Blaise Pascal. A warrant of arrest was issued in May and Voltaire was once again forced to flee Paris.
 
| event_text = In 1729 Voltaire returned to France from his exile in England. Determined to present England as a model to his countrymen the great writer of the Enlightenment began writing plays in discrete imitation of Shakespeare. He also commenced work on his biography of the great Swedish King Charles XII. His greatest achievement to date however was published in 1734. 'Philosophical Letters' was an incisive critique of the religious establishment and the Christian philosopher Blaise Pascal. A warrant of arrest was issued in May and Voltaire was once again forced to flee Paris.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1732 or later
+
The year is between 1732 and 1750
* None of:
 
** Year is 1750 or later
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
50 months| options =  
 
50 months| options =  
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* Gain {{icon|dip|28px}} {{green|100}} diplomatic power
 
* Gain {{icon|dip|28px}} {{green|100}} diplomatic power
 
* Lose {{icon|papal influence|28px}} {{red|10}} papal influence
 
* Lose {{icon|papal influence|28px}} {{red|10}} papal influence
 +
* Gain {{icon|innovativeness|24px}} {{green|3}} {{DLC-only|innovativeness}}
 +
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.5001/><section begin=flavor_fra.5002/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.5001/><section begin=flavor_fra.5002/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.5002
 
| event_name = Montesquieu publishes 'The Spirit of Laws'
 
| event_name = Montesquieu publishes 'The Spirit of Laws'
 
| event_text = In 1750 Charles-Louis de Secondat baron de La Montesquieu published the crowning achievement of his literary career - 'The Spirit of Laws.' This monumental 1086 page work was most celebrated for three of its numerous theories: the classification of governments, the political influence of climate, and the most important one, the theory of the separation of powers. Montesquieu argued that in the state that most effectively promotes liberty, the Legislative Executive and Judicial powers must be confided to different individuals or bodies acting independently. This idea was soon to become central to the Constitution of the United States.
 
| event_text = In 1750 Charles-Louis de Secondat baron de La Montesquieu published the crowning achievement of his literary career - 'The Spirit of Laws.' This monumental 1086 page work was most celebrated for three of its numerous theories: the classification of governments, the political influence of climate, and the most important one, the theory of the separation of powers. Montesquieu argued that in the state that most effectively promotes liberty, the Legislative Executive and Judicial powers must be confided to different individuals or bodies acting independently. This idea was soon to become central to the Constitution of the United States.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1750 or later
+
The year is between 1750 and 1770
* None of:
 
** Year is 1770 or later
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
50 months| options =  
 
50 months| options =  
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| option_text = Excellent
 
| option_text = Excellent
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* <pre>add_stability_or_adm_power = yes</pre>
+
* {{add_stability_or_adm_power}}
 
* Gain {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{green|5}} prestige
 
* Gain {{icon|prestige|28px}} {{green|5}} prestige
 +
* Gain {{icon|innovativeness|24px}} {{green|1}} {{DLC-only|innovativeness}}
 +
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
 
}}
 
}}
<section end=flavor_fra.5002/>
+
<section end=flavor_fra.5002/><section begin=flavor_fra.5003/>
 +
{{Event
 +
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.5003
 +
| event_name = Rene Descartes
 +
| event_text = French mathematician, scientist and philosopher Rene Descartes has been called the father of modern philosophy because he was one of the first to oppose scholastic Aristotelianism. He began by methodically doubting knowledge based on authority the senses and reason then found certainty in the intuition that when he is thinking he exists - this he expressed in the famous statement 'I think therefore I am.' Descartes developed a dualistic system in which he distinguished radically between mind the essence of which is thinking and matter the essence of which is extension in three dimensions.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 +
| trigger =
 +
* Is {{flag|France}}
 +
The year is between 1637 and 1660
 +
| mtth =
 +
50 months| options =
 +
{{Option
 +
| option_text = Excellent
 +
| effect =
 +
* Gain {{icon|adm|28px}} {{green|30}} administrative power
 +
* Gain {{icon|legitimacy|28px}} {{green|10}} legitimacy
 +
* Gain {{icon|innovativeness|24px}} {{green|3}} {{DLC-only|innovativeness}}
 +
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 +
}}
 +
| collapse = yes
 +
}}
 +
<section end=flavor_fra.5003/>
 
{{End box wrapper}}
 
{{End box wrapper}}
  
 
== Protestants expelled from France ==
 
== Protestants expelled from France ==
 +
 +
Note: The following events all have the same title ‘''Protestant expelled from France''’. The italicized suffix only serves to distinguish.
  
 
{{Box wrapper}}
 
{{Box wrapper}}
 
<section begin=flavor_fra.3128/>
 
<section begin=flavor_fra.3128/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
| event_name = Protestants expelled from France
+
| event_id = flavor_fra.3128
 +
| event_name = Protestants expelled from France ''– France''
 
| event_text = One of the preoccupations of Louis XIV had been the restoration of national unity, in particular religious unity. Safeguarding the Catholic Church by royal privileges and censoring Papal decrees (Gallicanism), he also sent dragoons to harass French Protestant families, persecuting them into conversions. In 1685, his revocation of the Edict of Nantes prompted nearly half a million Huguenots (French Protestants) to flee the country, to more tolerant places such as Holland (from where many migrated to South Africa) or realms that welcomed them, like Brandenburg-Prussia who alone welcomed 20,000. With them, France lost commercial, judicial and cultural elite, to the benefit of her enemies.
 
| event_text = One of the preoccupations of Louis XIV had been the restoration of national unity, in particular religious unity. Safeguarding the Catholic Church by royal privileges and censoring Papal decrees (Gallicanism), he also sent dragoons to harass French Protestant families, persecuting them into conversions. In 1685, his revocation of the Edict of Nantes prompted nearly half a million Huguenots (French Protestants) to flee the country, to more tolerant places such as Holland (from where many migrated to South Africa) or realms that welcomed them, like Brandenburg-Prussia who alone welcomed 20,000. With them, France lost commercial, judicial and cultural elite, to the benefit of her enemies.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
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| option_text = Expel the Traitors
 
| option_text = Expel the Traitors
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* <pre>add_stability_or_adm_power = yes</pre>
+
* {{add_stability_or_adm_power}}
* If:
+
* Set country flag <tt>FRA_had_event_3128</tt>
 +
* Every owned province:
 
** Limited to:
 
** Limited to:
*** Any owned province:
+
*** Continent is Europe
**** Continent is Europe
+
*** Has a different religion from its owner
**** Has a different religion from its owner
+
*** Is ''not'' a Center of Reformation
**** Is ''not'' a Center of Reformation
+
*** Religion is {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant / {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed
**** Religion is {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant
+
*** {{icon|development|28px}} Development is at least 7
**** {{icon|development|28px}} Development is at least 7
+
*** {{icon|base tax|28px}} Base tax is at least 2
**** {{icon|base tax|28px}} Base tax is at least 2
+
** Change religion to that of owner
** Every owned province:
+
** Lose {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{red|1}} base tax
*** Limited to:
+
** Gain province modifier ''"Forced Conversion"'' <!-- forced_conversion --> for 10 years with the following effects:
**** Continent is Europe
+
*** {{icon|local manpower modifier}} {{red|-40%}} local manpower modifier
**** Has a different religion from its owner
+
*** {{icon|local tax modifier}} {{red|-33%}} local tax modifier
**** Is ''not'' a Center of Reformation
+
*** {{icon|local unrest}} {{red|+2}} local unrest
**** Religion is {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant
+
** One random known country:
**** {{icon|development|28px}} Development is at least 7
 
**** {{icon|base tax|28px}} Base tax is at least 2
 
*** Change religion to that of owner
 
*** Lose {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{red|1}} base tax
 
*** Gain province modifier ''"Forced Conversion"'' <!-- forced_conversion --> for 3650 days
 
** If:
 
*** Limited to:
 
**** Any known country:
 
***** Capital:
 
****** Continent is Europe
 
***** Religion is {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant
 
***** Any owned province:
 
****** Religion is {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant
 
*** One random known country:
 
**** Limited to:
 
***** Capital:
 
****** Continent is Europe
 
***** Religion is {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant
 
***** Any owned province:
 
****** Religion is {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant
 
**** Trigger country event ''"Protestants expelled from France"'' <!-- flavor_fra.1 --> in 10 days
 
* If:
 
** Limited to:
 
*** Any owned province:
 
**** Continent is Europe
 
**** Has a different religion from its owner
 
**** Is ''not'' a Center of Reformation
 
**** Religion is {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed
 
**** {{icon|development|28px}} Development is at least 7
 
**** {{icon|base tax|28px}} Base tax is at least 2
 
** Every owned province:
 
*** Limited to:
 
**** Continent is Europe
 
**** Has a different religion from its owner
 
**** Is ''not'' a Center of Reformation
 
**** Religion is {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed
 
**** {{icon|development|28px}} Development is at least 7
 
**** {{icon|base tax|28px}} Base tax is at least 2
 
*** Change religion to that of owner
 
*** Lose {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{red|1}} base tax
 
*** Gain province modifier ''"Forced Conversion"'' <!-- forced_conversion --> for 3650 days
 
** If:
 
 
*** Limited to:
 
*** Limited to:
**** Any known country:
+
**** Capital is in Europe
***** Capital:
+
**** Religion is {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant / {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed
****** Continent is Europe
+
**** Any owned province is {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant / {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed
***** Religion is {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed
+
*** If {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant: Trigger country event ''"Protestants expelled from France ''– Protestant''"'' <!-- flavor_fra.1 --> in 10 days
***** Any owned province:
+
*** If {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed: Trigger country event ''"Reformed expelled from France ''– Reformed''"'' <!-- flavor_fra.2 --> in 10 days
****** Religion is {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed
 
*** One random known country:
 
**** Limited to:
 
***** Capital:
 
****** Continent is Europe
 
***** Religion is {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed
 
***** Any owned province:
 
****** Religion is {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed
 
**** Trigger country event ''"Protestants expelled from France"'' <!-- flavor_fra.2 --> in 10 days
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
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<section end=flavor_fra.3128/><section begin=flavor_fra.1/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
| event_name = Protestants expelled from France
+
| event_id = flavor_fra.1
 +
| event_name = Protestants expelled from France ''– Protestant''
 
| event_text = In a foolish decision of faith over economy [From.GetName] has chosen to expel all Protestants still living in their land. This is an opportunity to enhance our own economy. Should we allow them to settle in our provinces?
 
| event_text = In a foolish decision of faith over economy [From.GetName] has chosen to expel all Protestants still living in their land. This is an opportunity to enhance our own economy. Should we allow them to settle in our provinces?
| triggered only = (please describe trigger here)
+
| triggered only = the ''"Protestant expelled from France ''– France''"'' event
 
| options =  
 
| options =  
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = They are a welcome addition
 
| option_text = They are a welcome addition
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* One random owned province:
+
* One random {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant owned province:
** Limited to:
 
*** Religion is {{icon|protestant|28px}} Protestant
 
 
** Gain {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{green|1}} base tax
 
** Gain {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{green|1}} base tax
 
}}
 
}}
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<section end=flavor_fra.1/><section begin=flavor_fra.2/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.1/><section begin=flavor_fra.2/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
| event_name = Protestants expelled from France
+
| event_id = flavor_fra.2
 +
| event_name = Protestants expelled from France ''– Reformed''
 
| event_text = In a foolish decision of faith over economy [From.GetName] has chosen to expel all Reformed still living in their land. This is an opportunity to enhance our own economy. Should we allow them to settle in our provinces?
 
| event_text = In a foolish decision of faith over economy [From.GetName] has chosen to expel all Reformed still living in their land. This is an opportunity to enhance our own economy. Should we allow them to settle in our provinces?
| triggered only = (please describe trigger here)
+
| triggered only = the ''"Protestant expelled from France ''– France''"'' event
 
| options =  
 
| options =  
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = They are a welcome addition
 
| option_text = They are a welcome addition
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* One random owned province:
+
* One random {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed owned province:
** Limited to:
 
*** Religion is {{icon|reformed|28px}} Reformed
 
 
** Gain {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{green|1}} base tax
 
** Gain {{icon|base tax|28px}} {{green|1}} base tax
 
}}
 
}}
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<section begin=flavor_fra.3119/>
 
<section begin=flavor_fra.3119/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3119
 
| event_name = Protestant Revolt in Bearn
 
| event_name = Protestant Revolt in Bearn
 
| event_text = In the reign of King Louis XIII, Cardinal Richelieu decided to suppress Protestant political privileges. An uprising (1621-22) against the introduction of Catholicism in Bearn was put down by Richelieu, and the Protestants lost all the strongholds given to them under the Edict of Nantes, except Montauban and La Rochelle.
 
| event_text = In the reign of King Louis XIII, Cardinal Richelieu decided to suppress Protestant political privileges. An uprising (1621-22) against the introduction of Catholicism in Bearn was put down by Richelieu, and the Protestants lost all the strongholds given to them under the Edict of Nantes, except Montauban and La Rochelle.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
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| effect =
 
| effect =
 
* Province Béarn:
 
* Province Béarn:
** {{icon|protestant zealots|28px}} Protestant zealots (size 3) rise in revolt
+
** {{icon|protestant zealots|28px}} Protestant zealots (size 2) rise in revolt
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3119/><section begin=flavor_fra.3118/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3119/><section begin=flavor_fra.3118/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3118
 
| event_name = Revolt in France
 
| event_name = Revolt in France
 
| event_text = Marie de' Medici was married to Henry IV in 1600. After his assassination in 1610 she became regent for her son Louis XIII and went on to reverse a lot of the policies set by her husband.
 
| event_text = Marie de' Medici was married to Henry IV in 1600. After his assassination in 1610 she became regent for her son Louis XIII and went on to reverse a lot of the policies set by her husband.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1600 or later
 
* None of:
 
** Year is 1650 or later
 
 
* At least one of:
 
* At least one of:
 
** Is in a regency
 
** Is in a regency
** None of:
+
** {{icon|legitimacy|28px}} Legitimacy is less than 50%
*** {{icon|legitimacy|28px}} Legitimacy is at least 50%
+
The year is between 1600 and 1650
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
50 months
 
50 months
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*** Is a core of {{flag|France}}
 
*** Is a core of {{flag|France}}
 
*** {{icon|development|28px}} Development is at least 10
 
*** {{icon|development|28px}} Development is at least 10
*** <pre>is_in_capital_area = yes</pre>
+
*** Is in capital area
 
** {{icon|noble rebels|28px}} Noble rebels (size 2) rise in revolt
 
** {{icon|noble rebels|28px}} Noble rebels (size 2) rise in revolt
 
}}
 
}}
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*** Is a core of {{flag|France}}
 
*** Is a core of {{flag|France}}
 
*** {{icon|development|28px}} Development is at least 10
 
*** {{icon|development|28px}} Development is at least 10
*** <pre>is_in_capital_area = yes</pre>
+
*** Is in capital area
** {{icon|noble rebels|28px}} Noble rebels (size 4) rise in revolt
+
** {{icon|noble rebels|28px}} Noble rebels (size 3) rise in revolt
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3118/><section begin=flavor_fra.3122/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3118/><section begin=flavor_fra.3122/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3122
 
| event_name = The Fronde in France
 
| event_name = The Fronde in France
 
| event_text = The Fronde (1648-1653) was mostly the last revolt of the French nobility against royal absolutism. It had started by the revolt of the Parliament of Paris (at the time the highest French court with jurisdiction over royal edicts) against the domestic policies of Cardinal Mazarin, who acted as Prime Minister of the 5-year-old Louis XIV. It was followed by that of the upper nobility (Fronde des Princes), but the rebellion was finally suppressed by a combination of Machiavellian diplomacy, betrayals and reverses of fortune. The Parliament was muzzled (it would not be convened again before 1789) and the upper nobility deprived of political power, preparing the advent of total royal absolutism under the Sun King, Louis XIV, after 1661.
 
| event_text = The Fronde (1648-1653) was mostly the last revolt of the French nobility against royal absolutism. It had started by the revolt of the Parliament of Paris (at the time the highest French court with jurisdiction over royal edicts) against the domestic policies of Cardinal Mazarin, who acted as Prime Minister of the 5-year-old Louis XIV. It was followed by that of the upper nobility (Fronde des Princes), but the rebellion was finally suppressed by a combination of Machiavellian diplomacy, betrayals and reverses of fortune. The Parliament was muzzled (it would not be convened again before 1789) and the upper nobility deprived of political power, preparing the advent of total royal absolutism under the Sun King, Louis XIV, after 1661.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1600 or later
 
* None of:
 
** Year is 1650 or later
 
 
* At least one of:
 
* At least one of:
 
** Is in a regency
 
** Is in a regency
** None of:
+
** {{icon|legitimacy|28px}} Legitimacy is less than 50%
*** {{icon|legitimacy|28px}} Legitimacy is at least 50%
+
The year is between 1600 and 1650
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
150 months| options =  
 
150 months| options =  
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** Limited to:
 
** Limited to:
 
*** Is a core of {{flag|France}}
 
*** Is a core of {{flag|France}}
*** <pre>is_in_capital_area = yes</pre>
+
*** Is in capital area
** {{icon|noble rebels|28px}} Noble rebels (size 3) rise in revolt
+
** {{icon|noble rebels|28px}} Noble rebels (size 2) rise in revolt
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Appease them
 
| option_text = Appease them
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* If:
+
* If is ''not'' in a regency
** Limited to:
+
** Gain ruler modifier ''"Concessions to the Nobility"'' <!-- concessions_to_the_nobility --> with the following effects:
*** Is ''not'' in a regency
+
*** {{icon|national tax modifier}} {{red|-10%}} national tax modifier
** Gain ruler modifier ''"Concessions to the Nobility"'' <!-- concessions_to_the_nobility -->
+
*** {{icon|administrative tech cost}} {{red|+10%}} administrative technology cost
* If:
+
* If is in a regency
** Limited to:
+
** Gain country modifier ''"Concessions to the Nobility"'' <!-- concessions_to_the_nobility --> for 10 years with the following effects:
*** Is in a regency
+
*** {{icon|national tax modifier}} {{red|-10%}} national tax modifier
** Gain country modifier ''"Concessions to the Nobility"'' <!-- concessions_to_the_nobility --> for 3650 days
+
*** {{icon|administrative tech cost}} {{red|+10%}} administrative technology cost
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section begin=flavor_fra.3132/>
 
<section begin=flavor_fra.3132/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3132
 
| event_name = The Mississippi Trade Company
 
| event_name = The Mississippi Trade Company
 
| event_text = In 1717 the Mississippi Trade Company was founded. It had a Royal Monopoly on the utilization of the large colonial areas along the Mississippi River in America. In 1719 the Government borrowed 1.5 billion livres from the company. The company was more of a financial institution than a Company of Trade and Industry and the price of shares hit the roof. In 1720 the French hausse turned into a baisse and the fact that the shares of the Company were overvalued was evident even to the man on the street. Soon panic broke out and the Company was declared bankrupt. John Law was forced to flee from France.
 
| event_text = In 1717 the Mississippi Trade Company was founded. It had a Royal Monopoly on the utilization of the large colonial areas along the Mississippi River in America. In 1719 the Government borrowed 1.5 billion livres from the company. The company was more of a financial institution than a Company of Trade and Industry and the price of shares hit the roof. In 1720 the French hausse turned into a baisse and the fact that the shares of the Company were overvalued was evident even to the man on the street. Soon panic broke out and the Company was declared bankrupt. John Law was forced to flee from France.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1700 or later
+
* Owns or vassal own at least one province in Colonial Louisiana
* None of:
+
The year is beteen 1700 and 1750
** Year is 1750 or later
 
* Colonial Louisiana:
 
** <pre>country_or_vassal_holds = FRA</pre>
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
150 months| immediate =  
 
150 months| immediate =  
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<section end=flavor_fra.3132/><section begin=flavor_fra.3133/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3132/><section begin=flavor_fra.3133/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3133
 
| event_name = Mississippi Trade Company Folds
 
| event_name = Mississippi Trade Company Folds
 
| event_text = After the early success with John Law's Bank and the Mississippi Trade Company the government bought the Bank and borrowed 1.5 billion livres from the Trade Company to pay mortgage on its huge national loans. These events brought a hausse to the French industry and the government lacked all restrains printing stockpiles of money without any security. When the overheated economy started to recycle with reality the shareholders of the trade company panicked driving both the Bank and the Trade Company into bankruptcy. As much of two years of collected tax money disappeared in the catastrophe and France thus was forced to declare bankruptcy in 1724.
 
| event_text = After the early success with John Law's Bank and the Mississippi Trade Company the government bought the Bank and borrowed 1.5 billion livres from the Trade Company to pay mortgage on its huge national loans. These events brought a hausse to the French industry and the government lacked all restrains printing stockpiles of money without any security. When the overheated economy started to recycle with reality the shareholders of the trade company panicked driving both the Bank and the Trade Company into bankruptcy. As much of two years of collected tax money disappeared in the catastrophe and France thus was forced to declare bankruptcy in 1724.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Has had country flag <tt><tt>mississippi_trade_company</tt></tt> for at least 1&#8239;825 days
+
* Has had country flag <tt>mississippi_trade_company</tt> for at least 5 years
* Colonial Louisiana:
+
* Owns or vassal own at least one province in Colonial Louisiana
** <pre>country_or_vassal_holds = FRA</pre>
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
1000 months| immediate =  
 
1000 months| immediate =  
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| effect =
 
| effect =
 
* Lose {{icon|stability|28px}} {{red|1}} stability
 
* Lose {{icon|stability|28px}} {{red|1}} stability
* Gain {{icon|inflation|28px}} {{red|5%}} inflation
+
* Gain {{icon|inflation|28px}} {{red|5.0}} inflation
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3133/><section begin=flavor_fra.3134/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3133/><section begin=flavor_fra.3134/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3134
 
| event_name = Expansion in North America
 
| event_name = Expansion in North America
 
| event_text = The rapid expansion in North America seems to have sustained the shareholder's faith in the Mississippi Trade Company, and the rumors of both the company and the State going into bankruptcy have been dispelled.
 
| event_text = The rapid expansion in North America seems to have sustained the shareholder's faith in the Mississippi Trade Company, and the rumors of both the company and the State going into bankruptcy have been dispelled.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Has had country flag <tt><tt>mississippi_trade_company</tt></tt> for at least 1&#8239;825 days
+
* Has had country flag <tt>mississippi_trade_company</tt> for at least 5 years
* Colonial Louisiana:
+
* Owns or vassal own at least one province in Colonial Louisiana:
** <pre>country_or_vassal_holds = FRA</pre>
 
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
1000 months| immediate =  
 
1000 months| immediate =  
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<section begin=flavor_fra.3139/>
 
<section begin=flavor_fra.3139/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3139
 
| event_name = Machault and the 5 percent tax
 
| event_name = Machault and the 5 percent tax
 
| event_text = When Jean-Baptiste de Machault became controller-general of the finances in France in December 1745, he found the country on the verge of bankruptcy. Neither the aristocracy nor the clergy were paying the general land tax, the taille. In 1749, Machault tried to reform the system by proposing to substitute the old tax of a tenth, which many of the clergy and the nobility evaded, with a five percent tax without exceptions. The proposal was met by such loud protests from the clergy and the nobility, which cited their historical privileges, that Machault was unable to see it through.
 
| event_text = When Jean-Baptiste de Machault became controller-general of the finances in France in December 1745, he found the country on the verge of bankruptcy. Neither the aristocracy nor the clergy were paying the general land tax, the taille. In 1749, Machault tried to reform the system by proposing to substitute the old tax of a tenth, which many of the clergy and the nobility evaded, with a five percent tax without exceptions. The proposal was met by such loud protests from the clergy and the nobility, which cited their historical privileges, that Machault was unable to see it through.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1700 or later
+
Year is 1700 or later
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
300 months| options =  
 
300 months| options =  
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| option_text = Introduce it for all
 
| option_text = Introduce it for all
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* Gain country modifier ''"Five Percent Tax"'' <!-- five_percent_tax --> for -1 days
+
* Gain country modifier ''"Five Percent Tax"'' <!-- five_percent_tax --> until the end of the campaign with the following effects:
 +
** {{icon|national tax modifier}} {{green|+10%}} national tax modifier
 +
** {{icon|unrest}} {{red|+1}} national unrest
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Introduce it, except for Nobles and Priests
 
| option_text = Introduce it, except for Nobles and Priests
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* Gain country modifier ''"Five Percent Tax With Exceptions"'' <!-- five_percent_tax_with_exceptions --> for -1 days
+
* Gain country modifier ''"Five Percent Tax With Exceptions"'' <!-- five_percent_tax_with_exceptions --> until the end of the campaign with the following effects:
 +
** {{icon|national tax modifier}} {{green|+5%}} national tax modifier
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Do not introduce it
 
| option_text = Do not introduce it
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* <pre>add_stability_or_adm_power = yes</pre>
+
{{add_stability_or_adm_power}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3139/><section begin=flavor_fra.3141/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3139/><section begin=flavor_fra.3141/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3141
 
| event_name = Turgot and the Economic Reforms
 
| event_name = Turgot and the Economic Reforms
 
| event_text = Turgot issued his 'Six Edicts' eliminating the forced labor system of building roads, dissolved the guild system, lifted all sorts of tariffs and foreign trade controls, and implemented the Physiocrats' favorite policy - a single tax on landowners.
 
| event_text = Turgot issued his 'Six Edicts' eliminating the forced labor system of building roads, dissolved the guild system, lifted all sorts of tariffs and foreign trade controls, and implemented the Physiocrats' favorite policy - a single tax on landowners.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
* Year is 1750 or later
+
Year is 1750 or later
 
| mtth =  
 
| mtth =  
 
150 months| immediate =  
 
150 months| immediate =  
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| option_text = Let him Reform
 
| option_text = Let him Reform
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
 +
* If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier [[government reform]]s
 +
** then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
 
* Lose {{icon|stability|28px}} {{red|1}} stability
 
* Lose {{icon|stability|28px}} {{red|1}} stability
* Gain country modifier ''"Turgot's Economic Reforms"'' <!-- turgots_economic_reforms --> for -1 days
+
* Gain country modifier ''"Turgot's Economic Reforms"'' <!-- turgots_economic_reforms --> until the end of the campaign with the following effects:
 +
** {{icon|national tax modifier}} {{green|+10%}} national tax modifier
 +
** {{icon|inflation reduction}} {{red|+0.1}} yearly inflation
 +
** {{icon|unrest}} {{red|+1}} national unrest
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
 
| option_text = Don't let him Reform
 
| option_text = Don't let him Reform
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* <pre>add_stability_or_adm_power = yes</pre>
+
{{add_stability_or_adm_power}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes
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<section end=flavor_fra.3141/><section begin=flavor_fra.3142/>
 
<section end=flavor_fra.3141/><section begin=flavor_fra.3142/>
 
{{Event
 
{{Event
| version = 1.22
+
| version = 1.30
 +
| event_id = flavor_fra.3142
 
| event_name = Necker announces the Budget Deficit
 
| event_name = Necker announces the Budget Deficit
 
| event_text = Jacques Necker was originally a conservative compromise to the post as minister of finance. He however introduced a number of financial reforms, including a more equitable system of taxation and a plan for the funding of the national debt. In 1781 Necker was forced to announce the budget deficit in an effort to get new loans. The figures were highly colored, but everyone could now see what absurd sums the Court spent.
 
| event_text = Jacques Necker was originally a conservative compromise to the post as minister of finance. He however introduced a number of financial reforms, including a more equitable system of taxation and a plan for the funding of the national debt. In 1781 Necker was forced to announce the budget deficit in an effort to get new loans. The figures were highly colored, but everyone could now see what absurd sums the Court spent.
 +
| fire_only_once = yes
 
| trigger =  
 
| trigger =  
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
 
* Is {{flag|France}}
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| option_text = Remove him from his post
 
| option_text = Remove him from his post
 
| effect =
 
| effect =
* <pre>add_stability_or_adm_power = yes</pre>
+
{{add_stability_or_adm_power}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{Option
 
{{Option
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| effect =
 
| effect =
 
* Lose {{icon|stability|28px}} {{red|1}} stability
 
* Lose {{icon|stability|28px}} {{red|1}} stability
* Gain country modifier ''"Necker Reforms"'' <!-- necker_reforms --> for -1 days
+
* Gain country modifier ''"Necker Reforms"'' <!-- necker_reforms --> until the end of the campaign with the following effects:
 +
** {{icon|interest per annum}} {{green|-0.25%}} interests per annum
 
}}
 
}}
 
| collapse = yes
 
| collapse = yes

Latest revision as of 15:31, 22 June 2020

This is a list of all of Flag of France France's events. [1]

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Msg event.pngThe Birth of a Permanent Taxation System

Charles VII remodeled French finances, established heavy taxation, particularly through the taille, a direct land tax. Extracting the wealth of the land has always been a tough nut to crack for the centralizing French kings. To tap the vast riches of the French lands new and improved taxation methods were needed time after time. Throughout history the methods used became more and more rationalized to optimize gains for the treasury. The Birth of a Permanent Taxation Systems was a major step towards this aim.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Year is before 1500
  • Owns province Paris
Mean time to happen

300 months


Event button 547.png
Issue it
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
  • Capital province:
    • Gain Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax
    • Gain province modifier "Permanent Tax System" for 10 years with the following effect:
      • Local unrest.png +5 local unrest
  • Gain Innovativeness.png 1 innovativeness
  • One random owned province in the French region that is not the capital:
    • Gain Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax
    • Gain province modifier "Permanent Tax System" for 10 years with the following effect:
      • Local unrest.png +5 local unrest
id

Msg event.pngThe State takes control of the Guilds

The word gilde, or ghilde, is but one of many terms used formerly in France and in the Low Countries to denote what the more modern word corporation stands for. In France and the Low Countries a guild was originally a sort of fraternity for common support, protection, and amusement. The members paid each a certain contribution to the common fund. After the end of the fifteenth century, under the despotic rule of the French kings, the guilds ceased to be a means of protection for a majority of their members. Their privileges became a means of filling the royal coffers at the expense of the employers.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions Mean time to happen

300 months


Event button 547.png
Take Control of the Guilds
  • Gain Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.33 years of income
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
Event button 547.png
Do not mess with the Guilds
If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
Event button 547.png
Give more control to the Guilds
  • Gain Administrative power.png 25 administrative power
  • Gain Diplomatic power.png 25 diplomatic power
  • Gain Military power.png 25 military power
id

Msg event.pngAcademie française

Cardinal Richelieu, a liberal patron of literature, created l'Academie française in 1636 in order to promote French language and literary pursuits. Although the scientific part of the academy never matched the literary one in fame, it did make a number of important scientific discoveries in the eighteenth century. It was French expeditions in 1735 and 1743, for instance, which established the oblate shape of the earth.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Year is 1600 or later
Mean time to happen

150 months


Event button 547.png
Yes, we need it
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.5 years of income
  • Gain country modifier "Académie française" for the rest of the campaign with the following effects:
    • Administrative technology cost -2.5% administrative technology cost
Event button 547.png
No, it's too expensive

Lose Prestige.png 5 prestige

id

Msg event.pngThe Royal Musketeers

While overseeing the restructuring of our army the king has come up with an idea to form a military unit within Maison du Roi that would be open to the lower nobility, providing them with an opportunity to prove their military skill and loyalty to the crown.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

Either:

  • Has country flag "fra_musketeers_mission"
  • All of:
    • Is Flag of France France and:
      • Is a monarchy
      • Is not in a regency
      • Ruler's Military power.png military skill is at least 6
      • is not a subject nation other than a tributary state.
      • Administrative tech.png Administrative technology is at least 25
      • Has at least Gold Icon.png 300 ducats
      • Does not have the country modifier "fra_musketeers_timer"
    • Province Paris:
      • Is controlled by Flag of France France
      • Is owned by Flag of France France
      • Is the capital of Flag of France France
      • Is not under siege
      • Does not have the province modifier "Mousquetaires du Roi"
Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
A splendid idea!
  • Gain Army professionalism.png +10 army professionalism
  • Province Paris:
    • Gain province modifier "Mousquetaires du Roi" for 100 years with the following effects:
      • Local manpower modifier.png +25% local manpower modifier
      • Local defensiveness.png +10% local defensiveness
      • National garrison growth.png +10% local garrison growth
id

Msg event.pngThe Commissioning of Versailles

The major influence which France did exert over the baroque age was one of courtly opulence. In 1669 Louis XIV (1638-1715) decided to convert an old hunting lodge at Versailles into a palace of unprecedented magnificence. It was completed in 1682, and the court moved there in 1683. There was not a kingly or princely court in Europe which could match Versailles for the opulence of its gilded interiors, its mirrors and chandeliers, with an appropriately matching flamboyance of courtly ceremony, and there was not a kingly or princely court in Europe which did not, either openly or secretly, aspire to match this model.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

Either:

  • Has country flag "versailles_flag"
  • All of:
    • Flag of France France:
      • Is a monarchy
      • Is not in a regency
      • Does not have the mission flag "emp_fra_move_court_to_versailles"
    • Year is between 1650 and 1700
Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
We need it for the Glory
  • Lose Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.5 years of income
  • Gain country modifier "Versailles" for the rest of the campaign with the following effects:
    • Prestige.png +0.25 yearly prestige
    • Legitimacy.png +0.5 yearly legitimacy
Event button 547.png
Such a project will not benefit us
If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
id

Msg event.pngChambers of Reunion

Aiming at European hegemony and the rounding of French frontiers in the North and in the East (to the Rhine), Louis XIV had established the Chambers of Reunion, courts that advanced claims to Imperial lands. These expansionist policies were at first tolerated by France powerless neighbors. It reached its climax in 1681, with the annexation of the free city of Strasbourg in Alsace and the 1684 occupation of Luxembourg. The reunion was recognized by the Empire in the 1684 Truce of Regensburg, mostly because the Emperor was preoccupied by the Turkish menace (siege of Vienna in 1683) and this led to the creation of the anti-French League of Augsburg (1686).
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Any neighbouring country:
    • Is not a subject of Flag of France France
    • Any owned province:
      • Culture is in French group
      • Any neighbouring province is owned by Flag of France France

The year is between 1650 and 1750

Mean time to happen

150 months


Event button 547.png
Make the Claim
  • Every neighbouring country:
    • Limited to:
      • Is not a subject of Flag of France France
      • Any owned province:
        • Culture is in French group
        • Any neighbouring province is owned by Flag of France France
    • Gain opinion modifier "Claims Through Chambers of Union" towards Flag of France France worth Opinion.png -50 opinion with a yearly decay of +1
    • Every owned province:
      • Limited to:
        • Culture is in French group
        • Any neighbouring province is owned by Flag of France France
      • Flag of France France gains a claim on this province
  • Set country flag FRA_chambers_of_union
Event button 547.png
Let the matter fall
  • Every neighbouring country:
    • Limited to:
      • Any owned province:
        • Culture is in French group
        • Any neighbouring province is owned by Flag of France France
    • Gain opinion modifier "Did Not Form Chambers of Union" towards Flag of France France worth Opinion.png +30 opinion with a yearly decay of -1
id

Msg event.pngVauban

Sebastien Le Prestre de Vauban was a French military engineer who revolutionized the art of siege craft and defensive fortifications. He fought in all of France's wars of Louis XIV's reign (1643-1715) and went on frequent tours around the frontiers redesigning and improving numerous fortifications. His design for the fortification of Landau in Bavaria is sometimes reckoned as his greatest work.
 
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1681 and 1700

Mean time to happen

50 months


Event button 547.png
Excellent
  • Gain Military power.png 50 military power
  • Gain Prestige.png 10 prestige
id

Msg event.pngSamuel de Champlain and the Hurons

Samuel de Champlain was sent by a man named Aymar de Clermont who had been given the privilege to establish a fur trading company by the king of France. During his travels Samuel de Champlain made friends with the Indians. He spent time with the Algonquin and Huron Indians exploring the area.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
Let us befriend the Hurons

Flag of Huron Huron:

  • Gain opinion modifier "Samuel de Champlain" towards Flag of France France worth Opinion.png +50 opinion with a yearly decay of -1
Event button 547.png
Let us befriend the Iroquois

Flag of Iroquois Iroquois:

  • Gain opinion modifier "Samuel de Champlain" towards Flag of France France worth Opinion.png +50 opinion with a yearly decay of -1
id

Msg event.pngThe Eden Agreement

In 1786 William Pitt the Younger signed an important commercial agreement, the Eden Treaty, with France. It was in keeping with the argument made by the economist Adam Smith in his The Wealth of Nations (1776) that Britain should be less economically dependent on trade with America and become more adventurous in exploring trading opportunities in continental Europe.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
Sign it

Flag of England England or Flag of Great Britain Great Britain:

  • Gain opinion modifier "The Eden Agreement" towards Flag of France France worth Opinion.png +20 opinion with a yearly decay of -2
Event button 547.png
Refuse to sign it
  • Gain Prestige.png 5 prestige
  • Flag of England England or Flag of Great Britain Great Britain:
    • Gain opinion modifier "Refusal of the Eden Agreement" towards Flag of France France worth Opinion.png -20 opinion with a yearly decay of +2
id

Msg event.pngA Controversial Poet

As is customary, we released a few prisoners to celebrate the crowning of [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] [Root.Monarch.GetName]. Among them was a young poet who thanked us by writing a ballad against the enemies of France. However, our bailiff informs us that he is still wanted in Paris for stealing money from the university and killing a priest in a brawl.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1450 and 1465

Is triggered only by

((please describe))


Event button 547.png
These are serious crimes, throw him back in jail!

The Clergy.png Clergy estate of Flag of France France gains Estate loyalty10 loyalty.

Event button 547.png
I like him, issue a full pardon and bring him to my court.
  • Gain skill 3 Advisor Artist.png Artist advisor named François Villon (50% cheaper to employ)
  • The Clergy.png Clergy estate of Flag of France France loses Estate loyalty10 loyalty.
Event button 547.png
Better not get involved in this.

Loses Prestige.png5 prestige.

id

Msg event.pngThe Royal Baby

[Root.Consort.GetName] has given birth to a baby daughter. There is one hitch, however... the baby is of a rather dark complexion, in striking contrast to the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] and his [Root.consort_culture_var.GetCultureName] wife. So much so, in fact, that a bishop fainted upon seeing the child and the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle]'s brother collapsed into an uncontrollable giggling fit. Suspicions have quickly turned to a certain African dwarf in the [Root.Consort.GetTitle]'s household...
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Government is a monarchy
  • Ruler is male and has French culture
  • Has consort less than 41 years old
  • Has heir at least 1 year old
  • Is Christian

The year is between 1630 and 1780

Is triggered only by

((please describe))


Event button 547.png
These rumors must end! Send the baby to a convent.

Loses Prestige.png10 prestige.

Event button 547.png
Faithlessness? Unthinkable! This is my daughter!
  • Loses Legitimacy.png10 legitimacy.
  • reduce_mandate_effect = yes
Event button 547.png
A [Root.Consort.GetTitle] must be above reproach! Divorce her!

Consort dies (divorce)

The Hundred Years War[edit]

id

Msg event.pngThe Surrender of Maine

In exchange for accepting the treaty of Tours in 1444 the county of Maine was promised to France. In practice, however, this has still not come to pass. No English governor wants to be remembered as the one to surrender Maine and in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] prominent nobles are claiming that our negotiator, William de la Pole, had no mandate to make this concession in the first place. French emissaries have repeatedly tried to remind us of this ever since the signing and [FRA.Monarch.GetName] has now finally taken matters in his own hands and shown up at the walls of Le Mans, demanding the city to surrender.
Unless we surrender Maine to the French we are very likely looking at a hasty resumption of hostilities.

 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is Flag of England England.
  • is not a subject.
  • owns Maine (177).
  • is not allied with Flag of France France.
  • is not at war with Flag of France France.
  • does not have a truce with Flag of France France.

Flag of France France:

  • is not a subject.

It is before 1450.

Mean time to happen

12 months


Event button 547.png
We must honor our obligations, even if it pains us.
Flag of England England:
Flag of France France gets the Msg event.pngevent The Surrender of Maine.

Flag of England England:

  • loses Prestige.png10 prestige.
  • loses Icon stability.png1 stability.
Event button 547.png
We will not surrender an inch of territory to the French!

France will likely go to war over our violation of the Truce and we will be considered the aggressor in such a war.

Flag of France France the Msg event.pngevent The Surrender of Maine
id

Msg event.pngThe Surrender of Maine

In exchange for accepting the treaty of Tours in 1444 the county of Maine was promised to France. In practice however this has still not come to pass. The English have repeatedly evaded the question and it is becoming increasingly clear that many in the English camp are arguing that the treaty will not be honored. In one last attempt to force the question [Root.Monarch.GetName] has approached the county capital, Le Mans, himself and demanded the surrender of the city.
The local commander however shows no signs of intending to open the gates, despite not having a force strong enough to withstand an attack.

 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

the Msg event.pngevent The Surrender of Maine - option ‘We will not surrender an inch of territory to the French!’.


Event button 547.png
Time to teach them how to war.

Flag of England England:

Flag of France France:

  • becomes the controller of Maine (177).
Event button 547.png
Let us back down.

Flag of France France:

  • loses Prestige.png10 prestige.
  • and Flag of England England sign a mutual truce.

The Nobility.png Nobility estate of Flag of France France:

  • loses Estate loyalty10 loyalty.

Flag of Provence Provence:

  • gets the opinion modifier “Gave Up on Maine” towards Flag of France France worth Opinion.png −70 opinion with a yearly decay of +3.
id

Msg event.pngThe Surrender of Maine

In exchange for accepting the treaty of Tours in 1444 the county of Maine was promised to France. In practice however this has taken quite some time to materialize. The arrival of [Root.Monarch.GetName] [Root.Monarch.GetHerselfHimself] on the scene seems to have made the holdup go away however and finally Maine is now in our hands.
 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

the Msg event.pngevent The Surrender of Maine - option “We must honor our obligations, even if it pains us.”


Event button 547.png
Great!

Flag of France France:

  • gains Prestige.png10 prestige.

Flag of England England:

  • (hidden)
    signs a truce with Flag of France France.
  • cedes Maine (171) to Flag of France France.

(hidden)
Maine (171) loses Local autonomy.png50 local autonomy.

id

Msg event.pngThe End of the Hundred Years War

Louis XI benefited from the outcome of the hundred year war. The virtual destruction of the feudal nobility enabled him to unite France more solidly under the royal authority and to promote and ally with the middle class.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

Either:

It is before 1500.

Mean time to happen

12 months


Immediate effects
(hidden)

If Flag of England England or Flag of Great Britain Great Britain did not have the event The End of the Hundred Year War yet


Event button 547.png
Time to build a stronger nation

Flag of France France:

  • gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
  • If the country has a stability of less than +3,
    • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
    • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.

Italian Wars[edit]

id

Msg event.pngThe Anjou Claims to the Kingdom of Naples

In 1442 René of Anjou lost control of the Kingdom of Naples to the Trastamara dynasty. Though he would never reacquire the crown himself, René continued to style himself King of Naples throughout his life. With René now gone, the Anjou claims to the kingdom are looking increasingly inconsequential.\nThe Neapolitan Kingdom is not without its enemies, however, and now [Root.Monarch.GetName] has a chance to claim the Kingdom of Naples for [Root.Monarch.GetHerselfHimself] by citing Papal rulings and the marriage ties between King René and our own dynasty in the past as a pretext. Normally, this would be seen as a very weak claim but due to the unpopularity of the Neapolitan rulers this might be overlooked.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Year is before 1550
  • Is not the senior partner in a personal union with Flag of Naples Naples
  • Flag of Provence Provence does not exist
  • At least one of:
    • Ruler is of de Valois dynasty
    • Ruler is of d'Anjou dynasty
  • Any country in the world:
    • At least one of:
    • Any owned province:
      • At least one of:
        • Is in Sicily area
        • Is in Lazio-Campania area
        • Is in Apulia area
        • Is in Calabria area
        • Is in Western Sicily area
        • Is Abruzzi (120)
Mean time to happen

300 months


Event button 547.png
Let us claim what is rightfully ours!
  • If Flag of Naples Naples exists and is not a subject nation
    • Flag of France France gets "Restoration of Union" for 5 years against Flag of Naples Naples
  • Else, every province in the world:
    • Limited to:
      • At least one of:
        • Is in Sicily area
        • Is in Lazio-Campania area
        • Is in Calabria area
        • Is in Apulia area
        • Is in Western Sicily area
        • Is Abruzzi (120)
      • At least one of:
    • Flag of France France gains a claim on this province
  • Every known country:
    • Limited to:
      • At least one of:
      • Any owned province:
        • At least one of:
          • Is in Sicily area
          • Is in Lazio-Campania area
          • Is in Calabria area
          • Is in Apulia area
        • Is in Western Sicily area
        • Is Abruzzi (120)
    • Gain opinion modifier "Claimed Naples" towards Flag of France France worth Opinion.png -75 opinion with a yearly decay of +1
  • Set country flag claimed_naples
Event button 547.png
Let us drop our claims for good!
  • Every known country:
    • Limited to:
      • At least one of:
      • Any owned province:
        • At least one of:
          • Is in Sicily area
          • Is in Lazio-Campania area
          • Is in Calabria area
          • Is in Apulia area
          • Is in Western Sicily area
          • Is Abruzzi (120)
    • Gain opinion modifier "Did Not Claim Naples" towards Flag of France France worth Opinion.png +30 opinion with a yearly decay of -3

Advisors[edit]

id

Msg event.pngRichelieu

Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal of Richelieu, was 39 years old when he became Chief Minister of King Louis XIII in 1624. His main successful efforts in domestic policy were the fight against the upper nobility and the Protestant political privileges. He also supported overseas trade, colonial expansion and the constitution of a permanent royal navy. Its most notable achievement remained the diplomatic game he played during the Thirty Years War, pushing with French gold the Swedish intervention in 1630 and ultimately joining the war in 1635. His aims had been the reduction of the House of Habsburg and the extrication of France from encirclement by enemy lands. He is considered as the inventor of the concept of Real Politik.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • None of:
    • Advisor Cardinal Richelieu exists

The year is between 1621 and 1642

Mean time to happen

60 months


Event button 547.png
An Excellent Minister!
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
  • Gain Administrative power.png 100 administrative power
  • Gain Military power.png 100 military power
  • Gain Diplomatic power.png 100 diplomatic power
  • Gain skill 3 Advisor Statesman.png Statesman catholic advisor named Cardinal Richelieu (50% cheaper to employ)
id

Msg event.pngColbert

Nominated Minister of Finance in 1661, Jean-Baptiste Colbert (born 1619) developed the first national economy of the modern age. His state-guided economy included better tax collection, statistical planning of the budget and regular bookkeeping. An advocate of Mercantilism (also Colbertism), he aimed at a favorable French balance of trade through the export of valuable finished products (like luxury items) and high import tariffs. He encouraged a more efficient domestic trade (roads, canals, suppression of local duties), established state monopolies, subsidized manufactures, promoted navigation and trade associations, fixed agricultural prices, encouraged marriage and prohibited emigration (except to Canada). To support his policies, he also greatly enlarged the size of the royal navy. While mercantilism promoted commerce and crafts, thereby increasing prosperity, peasants were not stimulated to increase their production. When he died in 1683, his son Colbert de Seignelay pursued his task till 1690.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1649 and 1683

Mean time to happen

100 months


Event button 547.png
An Excellent Minister!
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
  • Gain Administrative power.png 25 administrative power
  • Gain Diplomatic power.png 25 diplomatic power
  • Gain Military power.png 25 military power
  • Gain skill 3 Advisor Treasurer.png Treasurer advisor named Colbert (50% cheaper to employ)
Event button 547.png
Build a Navy and modernize the Infrastructure
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
  • Gain country modifier "Colbert Economic Reforms" for 10 years with the following effects:
    • National tax modifier.png +10% national tax modifier
    • Production efficiency.png +10% production efficiency
Event button 547.png
Concentrate on Economic Domination
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
  • Gain country modifier "Colbert Trade Reforms" for 10 years with the following effects:
    • Trade power.png +15% domestic trade power
    • Trade steering.png +20% trade steering
Event button 547.png
Concentrate on Naval Supremacy
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
  • Gain country modifier "Colbert Naval Reforms" for 10 years with the following effects:
    • Ship costs.png -10% ship cost
id

Msg event.pngLe Tellier and Louvois

Michel Le Tellier (1603-1685) was the son of a counselor at the Account Chamber. Pinpointed by Prime Minister Cardinal Mazarin, he was named Secretary of War in 1643. He started the needed reformation of the French army and war administration as minister till 1666 and Chancellor till 1677. His eldest son, Marquis de Louvois, continued and perfected his reforms and offered his master, Louis XIV, the largest and best army of the last half of the 17th century.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1650 and 1693

Mean time to happen

200 months


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Year is before 1666

Event button 547.png
An Excellent Military Specialist!
  • Gain Military power.png 50 military power
  • Gain skill 2 Advisor Army Reformer.png Army Reformer advisor named Le Tellier (50% cheaper to employ)

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Year is 1666 or later

Event button 547.png
An Excellent Military Specialist!
  • Gain Military power.png 50 military power
  • Gain skill 2 Advisor Army Reformer.png Army Reformer advisor named Louvois (50% cheaper to employ)

id

Msg event.pngAndre-Hercule de Fleury

Born in 1653 the son of a tax collector, Andre-Hercule de Fleury becomes the preceptor of the young Louis XV on 23rd August 1715. A great confidence always prevailed between master and student and in 1726, at 73 years of age, Fleury becomes Prime Minister, and this till his death in 1743. Faithful, honest, Fleury was above all a partisan of peace and did his best to maintain it. Under his government, France enjoyed the longest peaceful period of its history for the last 3 centuries.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1683 and 1743

Mean time to happen

150 months


Event button 547.png
An Excellent Minister!
  • Gain Innovativeness.png 1 innovativeness
  • Gain Administrative power.png 50 administrative power
  • Gain skill 2 Advisor Statesman.png catholic statesman advisor named de Fleury (50% cheaper to employ)
id

Msg event.pngCharles-François de Broglie

Charles-François de Broglie was an Earl of France that became the master spy organizer of King Louis XV. Under the King's direction and ideas, he organized the first complete and structured secret service, Le Secret du Roy. His network covered most of Europe and, if its first mission in the Polish succession question failed, his major achievement was the role played during the American War of Independence, in providing the first and precious help to the Insurgents (military supplies, finance, diplomatic support to Franklin's mission in Paris, etc.)
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1749 and 1781

Mean time to happen

90 months


Event button 547.png
An Excellent Minister!
  • Gain Administrative power.png 50 administrative power
  • Gain skill 2 Advisor Statesman.png Statesman advisor named de Broglie (50% cheaper to employ)
id

Msg event.pngSophie Germain

The Paris Academy of Sciences has awarded Marie-Sophie Germain the grand prize for her essay on elasticity theory. She gained her education from books in her father's library and from correspondence with famous mathematicians such as Lagrange, Legendre, and Gauss. Prejudice against her gender has prevented her from making a career out of mathematics, but Sophie Germain is a mathematician, physicist, and philosopher in her own right.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is at least 1770.

Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
If she will accept, hire her.
  • Gain access to a female discounted Advisor Philosopher female.PNG philosopher with skill 2 named Sophie Germain.
  • If this country is the Emperor of China,
  • then it gains Meritocracy.png5 meritocracy.
Event button 547.png
How great for her, and us.

Gain 10 Prestige.png prestige.

id

Msg event.pngCatherine de' Medici

Born in Florence, Italy, Catherine de' Medici was married to Henry II, the King of France, at the age of 14. Henry II favored his chief mistress, Diane de Poitiers, over Catherine and excluded his wife from participating in state affairs. He died after a lance shattered in his face during a jousting, and Francis II became king. Catherine has great influence over her son, whose official acts all begin with the words: 'This being the good pleasure of the Queen, my lady-mother, and I also approving of every opinion that she holdeth, am content and command that ...'.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France.
  • Has a regency without a female heir.
  • Government type is a Government monarchy.png monarchy.
  • Does not have a consort.
  • Is not the lesser partner in Personal union.png a personal union.

The year is between 1519 and 1589.

Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
Make her regent.

Get a new female ruler Catherine of de' Medici dynasty with:

  • 4 Administrative power.png administrative skill,
  • 2 Diplomatic power.png diplomatic skill,
  • 3 Military power.png military skill.
  • has Tuscan culture.
  • has Aggressive expansion impact.png ‘Careful’ personality.

If the country uses ‘Statists vs Monarchists’ mechanics:

  • then strengthen Monarchists in power by 100%.
Event button 547.png
Keep her as an advisor.
  • Gain 100 Administrative power.png administrative power.
  • Gain 100 Diplomatic power.png diplomatic power.
  • Gain 100 Military power.png military power.
  • If this country is the Emperor of China,
  • then it gains Meritocracy.png5 meritocracy.
  • Gain access to a female discounted Advisor Statesman female.PNG statesman with skill 2 named Catherine de' Medici.
id

Msg event.pngJulie d'Aubigny

The opera singer Julie d'Aubigny learned dancing, reading, drawing, and fencing while young. She fled to Marseille together with Sérannes, an assistant fencing master and they earned money by giving fencing exhibitions and singing in taverns and at local fairs. Julie d'Aubigny joined the opera company run by Pierre Gaultier in Marseille and left Sérannes for a young woman. The two lovers managed to get away from a convent by setting it on fire. Three months later, the girl returned to her parents and d'Aubigny was charged in absentia with kidnapping, body snatching, arson, and failing to appear before the tribunal. The sentence was death by fire.
She returned to Paris and asked an old lover of hers, the Count d'Armagnac, to persuade the king to grant her a pardon and a place at the Paris Opéra. The audience love her beautiful voice, her acting skill, and her androgynous appearance, but she has not gained as many friends amongst her fellow actors and actresses. Louis Gaulard Dumesny had bothered female members and thus earned himself a beating by d'Aubigny, Thévenard and her duel of wits are legendary and she defeated three noblemen in duels who challenged her after she kissed a young woman at a society ball. Though she might have many flaws, she is a diamond in the rough. What should we do with her?

 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

Either:

The year is between 1670 and 1710.

Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
Invite her to court.
  • Gain access to a female discounted Advisor Commandant female.PNG commandant with skill 2 named Julie d'Aubigny.
  • If this country is the Emperor of China,
  • then it gains Meritocracy.png5 meritocracy.
Event button 547.png
Make her a general.

Gain a new female General.png general named Julie d'Aubigny with:

  • 4 Land leader fire.png fire,
  • 4 Land leader shock.png shock,
  • 3 Land leader maneuver.png maneuver,
  • 4 Leader siege.png siege.
Event button 547.png
Keep her singing.

Gain 10 Prestige.png prestige.

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Msg event.pngMarie Crous

It was the woman and mathematician Marie Crous who introduced the decimal system here in $COUNTRY$. She is an accomplished writer and teacher at Charlotte-Rose de Caumont La Force and her study on the decimal system was dedicated to 'the saffron-tinted princess' Madame de Combalet, Duchesse d'Aiguillon, niece of Cardinal de Richelieu and her patron. The study has introduced two fundamental innovations: the decimal point to separate the mantissa of the decimal parts, and the use of a zero in the decimal part to indicate that a place is absent.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1600 and 1700.

Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
The decimal system will be of great use, just as she will be to our court.
  • Gain access to a female discounted Advisor Philosopher female.PNG philosopher with skill 2 named Marie Crous.
  • If this country is the Emperor of China,
  • then it gains Meritocracy.png5 meritocracy.
Event button 547.png
It is a great invention.

Gain the “Marie Crous” country modifier for Time Icon.png 20 years, giving:

  • -5% Technology cost.png technology cost.
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Msg event.pngOlympe de Gouges

The 'Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen' by Olympe de Gouges challenges the inequality in our world between men and women. She is a strident advocate for female rights, the right of divorce and a member of the Society of the Friends of Truth which is an association with the goal of equal political and legal rights for women. Her 'Contrat Social' - 'Social Contract' - proposes marriage based upon gender equality. Where there is injustice in France or the colonies, you will find Olympe de Gouges. She is anti-slavery and have written several plays - for example 'Zamore and Mirza' and 'Le Marché des Noirs' or 'The Black Market' - and articles such as 'Réflexions sur les hommes nègres- or 'Reflections on the negroes' to plead the cause of the slaves. A statement from her about women's rights has been spreading lately, she states that, 'A woman has the right to mount the scaffold. She must possess equally the right to mount the speaker's platform.'.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is at least 1748.

Mean time to happen

200 months


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Our country needs her!
  • Gain access to a female discounted Advisor Diplomat female.PNG diplomat with skill 2 named Olympe de Gouges.
  • If this country is the Emperor of China,
  • then it gains Meritocracy.png5 meritocracy.
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Encourage her to keep writing and send a copy to us.

Gain the “Olympe de Gouges” country modifier for Time Icon.png 20 years, giving:

  • -1 National unrest.png national unrest.
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Msg event.pngMarie Antoinette

The [Root.GetAdjective] people were charmed by her personality and beauty when they first saw Marie Antoniette at the Tuileries, and exclaimed over her fair skin, straw-blond hair, blue eyes and her majestic tall figure. She was Dauphine of [Root.GetAdjective] until her husband Louis-Auguste became king of France and Navarre and she assumed the title of Queen. Her education was very poor, focused on manners and appearance. Despite this, she tried to gain influence at court but at the start, the King blocked her candidates, who could have helped her increase her political power. It took seven years of marriage before her first daughter was born, and the birth was difficult. The pressure of having a male heir weighted on her, and she took to gambling and buying expensive dresses. Slowly but surely she managed to increase her influence and became paramount in government by giving her support to marquis de Castries - who became Minister of the Navy -, marquis de Ségur - who became Minister of War -, Charles Alexandre de Calonne - who became the Financial Minister - and baron de Breteuil who became Minister of Royal Household. The ministers of the Navy and the War attempted to prevent the middle classes from reaching high positions in the Army and Navy, something Marie Antoinette supported. Spending money on dresses, buying houses and gambling, the [Root.GetAdjective] viewed her as an amoral, squanderer, ignorant foreign Queen who cared more about her country of origin than $COUNTRY$. This was untrue, and after the first failed Assembly of Notables, she abandoned her carefree activities to immerse herself into politics to try and save the country for her children's sake, to change the view the people of $COUNTRY$ had of her and help her depressed husband the King.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1755 and 1793.

Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
Place her as an advisor to the court.
  • Gain access to a female discounted Advisor Statesman female.PNG statesman with skill 2 named Marie Antoinette.
  • If this country is the Emperor of China,
  • then it gains Meritocracy.png5 meritocracy.
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Some of her reformation ideas could work.
  • Gain 50 Administrative power.png administrative power.
  • Gain 50 Diplomatic power.png diplomatic power.
  • Gain 50 Military power.png military power.
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Msg event.pngMadame Tussaud

Since her arrival in $COUNTRY$, Marie Tussaud has traveled with her collection of wax portraits, including those of Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Marat, and Robespierre. Born in Strasbourg, two months after her father's death, Marie moved to Bern with her mother who worked as a housekeeper for the physician and wax sculptor Dr. Philippe Curtius who taught her the art of wax modeling and employed her as an artist when she showed great talent for the technique. Her very first wax figure was of Voltaire. Though we cannot be certain that she tells the truth, she claims to have been employed to teach Élisabeth, Louis XVI's sister, votive making and that the royal family was very pleased with her work. Whispers of how she searched through sanitaries to find and collect the most illustrious heads to create wax portraits of might be true, for it is certain that she was employed to make death masks of the Revolution's victims.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is at least 1761.

Mean time to happen

200 months


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A fascinating woman who will find her place at our court as an advisor!
  • Gain access to a female discounted Advisor Artist female.PNG artist with skill 2 named Madame Tussaud.
  • If this country is the Emperor of China,
  • then it gains Meritocracy.png5 meritocracy.
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That is... bizarre but interesting.

Gain 50 Administrative power.png administrative power.

Philosophers[edit]

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Msg event.pngRousseau Publishes 'The Social Contract'

Rousseau was one of the first modern writers to seriously attack the institution of private property and is therefore considered a forebearer of modern socialism and Communism. Rousseau also questioned the assumption that the will of the majority is always correct. He argued that the goal of government should be to secure freedom, equality and justice for all within the state regardless of the will of the majority.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1762 and 1780

Mean time to happen

50 months


Event button 547.png
Excellent
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
  • Gain Diplomatic power.png 25 diplomatic power
  • Gain Prestige.png 10 prestige
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Msg event.pngVoltaire publishes 'Philosophical Letters'

In 1729 Voltaire returned to France from his exile in England. Determined to present England as a model to his countrymen the great writer of the Enlightenment began writing plays in discrete imitation of Shakespeare. He also commenced work on his biography of the great Swedish King Charles XII. His greatest achievement to date however was published in 1734. 'Philosophical Letters' was an incisive critique of the religious establishment and the Christian philosopher Blaise Pascal. A warrant of arrest was issued in May and Voltaire was once again forced to flee Paris.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1732 and 1750

Mean time to happen

50 months


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Excellent
  • Gain Diplomatic power.png 100 diplomatic power
  • Lose Papal influence.png 10 papal influence
  • Gain Innovativeness.png 3 innovativeness
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
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Msg event.pngMontesquieu publishes 'The Spirit of Laws'

In 1750 Charles-Louis de Secondat baron de La Montesquieu published the crowning achievement of his literary career - 'The Spirit of Laws.' This monumental 1086 page work was most celebrated for three of its numerous theories: the classification of governments, the political influence of climate, and the most important one, the theory of the separation of powers. Montesquieu argued that in the state that most effectively promotes liberty, the Legislative Executive and Judicial powers must be confided to different individuals or bodies acting independently. This idea was soon to become central to the Constitution of the United States.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1750 and 1770

Mean time to happen

50 months


Event button 547.png
Excellent
  • If the country has a stability of less than +3,
    • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
    • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
  • Gain Prestige.png 5 prestige
  • Gain Innovativeness.png 1 innovativeness
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
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Msg event.pngRene Descartes

French mathematician, scientist and philosopher Rene Descartes has been called the father of modern philosophy because he was one of the first to oppose scholastic Aristotelianism. He began by methodically doubting knowledge based on authority the senses and reason then found certainty in the intuition that when he is thinking he exists - this he expressed in the famous statement 'I think therefore I am.' Descartes developed a dualistic system in which he distinguished radically between mind the essence of which is thinking and matter the essence of which is extension in three dimensions.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1637 and 1660

Mean time to happen

50 months


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Excellent
  • Gain Administrative power.png 30 administrative power
  • Gain Legitimacy.png 10 legitimacy
  • Gain Innovativeness.png 3 innovativeness
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.

Protestants expelled from France[edit]

Note: The following events all have the same title ‘Protestant expelled from France’. The italicized suffix only serves to distinguish.

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Msg event.pngProtestants expelled from France – France

One of the preoccupations of Louis XIV had been the restoration of national unity, in particular religious unity. Safeguarding the Catholic Church by royal privileges and censoring Papal decrees (Gallicanism), he also sent dragoons to harass French Protestant families, persecuting them into conversions. In 1685, his revocation of the Edict of Nantes prompted nearly half a million Huguenots (French Protestants) to flee the country, to more tolerant places such as Holland (from where many migrated to South Africa) or realms that welcomed them, like Brandenburg-Prussia who alone welcomed 20,000. With them, France lost commercial, judicial and cultural elite, to the benefit of her enemies.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Country flag FRA_wars_of_religion_ended is set
  • Is not in a regency
  • Religion is Catholicism Catholic
  • Any owned province:
    • Continent is Europe
    • Has a different religion from its owner
    • Is not a Center of Reformation
    • At least one of:
      • Religion is Protestantism Protestant
      • Religion is Reformed.png Reformed
    • Tax Base Icon.png Base tax is at least 3
Mean time to happen

150 months


Event button 547.png
Expel the Traitors
  • If the country has a stability of less than +3,
    • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
    • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
  • Set country flag FRA_had_event_3128
  • Every owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Continent is Europe
      • Has a different religion from its owner
      • Is not a Center of Reformation
      • Religion is Protestantism Protestant / Reformed.png Reformed
      • Development.png Development is at least 7
      • Tax Base Icon.png Base tax is at least 2
    • Change religion to that of owner
    • Lose Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax
    • Gain province modifier "Forced Conversion" for 10 years with the following effects:
      • Local manpower modifier.png -40% local manpower modifier
      • Local tax modifier.png -33% local tax modifier
      • Local unrest.png +2 local unrest
    • One random known country:
      • Limited to:
        • Capital is in Europe
        • Religion is Protestantism Protestant / Reformed.png Reformed
        • Any owned province is Protestantism Protestant / Reformed.png Reformed
      • If Protestantism Protestant: Trigger country event "Protestants expelled from France – Protestant" in 10 days
      • If Reformed.png Reformed: Trigger country event "Reformed expelled from France – Reformed" in 10 days
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Have Mercy with these Misguided Creatures
  • Lose Icon stability.png 1 stability
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Msg event.pngProtestants expelled from France – Protestant

In a foolish decision of faith over economy [From.GetName] has chosen to expel all Protestants still living in their land. This is an opportunity to enhance our own economy. Should we allow them to settle in our provinces?
 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

the "Protestant expelled from France – France" event


Event button 547.png
They are a welcome addition
  • One random Protestantism Protestant owned province:
    • Gain Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax
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Msg event.pngProtestants expelled from France – Reformed

In a foolish decision of faith over economy [From.GetName] has chosen to expel all Reformed still living in their land. This is an opportunity to enhance our own economy. Should we allow them to settle in our provinces?
 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

the "Protestant expelled from France – France" event


Event button 547.png
They are a welcome addition
  • One random Reformed.png Reformed owned province:
    • Gain Tax Base Icon.png 1 base tax

Revolts[edit]

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Msg event.pngProtestant Revolt in Bearn

In the reign of King Louis XIII, Cardinal Richelieu decided to suppress Protestant political privileges. An uprising (1621-22) against the introduction of Catholicism in Bearn was put down by Richelieu, and the Protestants lost all the strongholds given to them under the Edict of Nantes, except Montauban and La Rochelle.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Owns province Béarn
  • Province Béarn:
    • Has a different religion from its owner
    • Religion is Protestantism Protestant
Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
Crush them!
  • Province Béarn:
    • Protestant rebels.png Protestant zealots (size 2) rise in revolt
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Msg event.pngRevolt in France

Marie de' Medici was married to Henry IV in 1600. After his assassination in 1610 she became regent for her son Louis XIII and went on to reverse a lot of the policies set by her husband.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • At least one of:
    • Is in a regency
    • Legitimacy.png Legitimacy is less than 50%

The year is between 1600 and 1650

Mean time to happen

50 months
Modifiers

  • None of:
    • Icon stability.png Stability is at least 0: ×0.95
  • None of:
    • Icon stability.png Stability is at least −1: ×0.95
  • None of:
    • Icon stability.png Stability is at least −2: ×0.95

Event button 547.png
Treat the Noble Rebels with Dignity
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Is a core of Flag of France France
      • Development.png Development is at least 10
      • Is in capital area
    • Noble rebels.png Noble rebels (size 2) rise in revolt
Event button 547.png
Kill them and expropriate their land
  • Gain Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.5 years of income
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Is a core of Flag of France France
      • Development.png Development is at least 10
      • Is in capital area
    • Noble rebels.png Noble rebels (size 3) rise in revolt
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Msg event.pngThe Fronde in France

The Fronde (1648-1653) was mostly the last revolt of the French nobility against royal absolutism. It had started by the revolt of the Parliament of Paris (at the time the highest French court with jurisdiction over royal edicts) against the domestic policies of Cardinal Mazarin, who acted as Prime Minister of the 5-year-old Louis XIV. It was followed by that of the upper nobility (Fronde des Princes), but the rebellion was finally suppressed by a combination of Machiavellian diplomacy, betrayals and reverses of fortune. The Parliament was muzzled (it would not be convened again before 1789) and the upper nobility deprived of political power, preparing the advent of total royal absolutism under the Sun King, Louis XIV, after 1661.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • At least one of:
    • Is in a regency
    • Legitimacy.png Legitimacy is less than 50%

The year is between 1600 and 1650

Mean time to happen

150 months


Event button 547.png
Crush the Parliament and the Nobles
  • One random owned province:
    • Limited to:
      • Is a core of Flag of France France
      • Is in capital area
    • Noble rebels.png Noble rebels (size 2) rise in revolt
Event button 547.png
Appease them
  • If is not in a regency
    • Gain ruler modifier "Concessions to the Nobility" with the following effects:
      • National tax modifier.png -10% national tax modifier
      • Administrative technology cost +10% administrative technology cost
  • If is in a regency
    • Gain country modifier "Concessions to the Nobility" for 10 years with the following effects:
      • National tax modifier.png -10% national tax modifier
      • Administrative technology cost +10% administrative technology cost

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The Mississipi Trade Company[edit]

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Msg event.pngThe Mississippi Trade Company

In 1717 the Mississippi Trade Company was founded. It had a Royal Monopoly on the utilization of the large colonial areas along the Mississippi River in America. In 1719 the Government borrowed 1.5 billion livres from the company. The company was more of a financial institution than a Company of Trade and Industry and the price of shares hit the roof. In 1720 the French hausse turned into a baisse and the fact that the shares of the Company were overvalued was evident even to the man on the street. Soon panic broke out and the Company was declared bankrupt. John Law was forced to flee from France.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Owns or vassal own at least one province in Colonial Louisiana

The year is beteen 1700 and 1750

Mean time to happen

150 months


Immediate effects
  • Set country flag FRA_had_event_3132

Event button 547.png
This sounds like Easy Money!
  • Gain Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.5 years of income
  • Set country flag mississippi_trade_company
id

Msg event.pngMississippi Trade Company Folds

After the early success with John Law's Bank and the Mississippi Trade Company the government bought the Bank and borrowed 1.5 billion livres from the Trade Company to pay mortgage on its huge national loans. These events brought a hausse to the French industry and the government lacked all restrains printing stockpiles of money without any security. When the overheated economy started to recycle with reality the shareholders of the trade company panicked driving both the Bank and the Trade Company into bankruptcy. As much of two years of collected tax money disappeared in the catastrophe and France thus was forced to declare bankruptcy in 1724.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Has had country flag mississippi_trade_company for at least 5 years
  • Owns or vassal own at least one province in Colonial Louisiana
Mean time to happen

1000 months


Immediate effects
  • Clear country flag mississippi_trade_company

Event button 547.png
Hope we can avoid bankruptcy...
  • Lose Icon stability.png 1 stability
  • Gain Inflation reduction.png 5.0 inflation
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Msg event.pngExpansion in North America

The rapid expansion in North America seems to have sustained the shareholder's faith in the Mississippi Trade Company, and the rumors of both the company and the State going into bankruptcy have been dispelled.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Has had country flag mississippi_trade_company for at least 5 years
  • Owns or vassal own at least one province in Colonial Louisiana:
Mean time to happen

1000 months


Immediate effects
  • Clear country flag mississippi_trade_company

Event button 547.png
Thank goodness
  • Gain Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 0.25 years of income

Economic Reforms[edit]

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Msg event.pngMachault and the 5 percent tax

When Jean-Baptiste de Machault became controller-general of the finances in France in December 1745, he found the country on the verge of bankruptcy. Neither the aristocracy nor the clergy were paying the general land tax, the taille. In 1749, Machault tried to reform the system by proposing to substitute the old tax of a tenth, which many of the clergy and the nobility evaded, with a five percent tax without exceptions. The proposal was met by such loud protests from the clergy and the nobility, which cited their historical privileges, that Machault was unable to see it through.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

Year is 1700 or later

Mean time to happen

300 months


Event button 547.png
Introduce it for all
  • Gain country modifier "Five Percent Tax" until the end of the campaign with the following effects:
    • National tax modifier.png +10% national tax modifier
    • National unrest.png +1 national unrest
Event button 547.png
Introduce it, except for Nobles and Priests
  • Gain country modifier "Five Percent Tax With Exceptions" until the end of the campaign with the following effects:
    • National tax modifier.png +5% national tax modifier
Event button 547.png
Do not introduce it
If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
id

Msg event.pngTurgot and the Economic Reforms

Turgot issued his 'Six Edicts' eliminating the forced labor system of building roads, dissolved the guild system, lifted all sorts of tariffs and foreign trade controls, and implemented the Physiocrats' favorite policy - a single tax on landowners.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

Year is 1750 or later

Mean time to happen

150 months


Immediate effects
  • Set country flag FRA_had_event_3141

Event button 547.png
Let him Reform
  • If the country has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms
    • then the country gains 15 government reform progress.
  • Lose Icon stability.png 1 stability
  • Gain country modifier "Turgot's Economic Reforms" until the end of the campaign with the following effects:
    • National tax modifier.png +10% national tax modifier
    • Inflation reduction.png +0.1 yearly inflation
    • National unrest.png +1 national unrest
Event button 547.png
Don't let him Reform
If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
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Msg event.pngNecker announces the Budget Deficit

Jacques Necker was originally a conservative compromise to the post as minister of finance. He however introduced a number of financial reforms, including a more equitable system of taxation and a plan for the funding of the national debt. In 1781 Necker was forced to announce the budget deficit in an effort to get new loans. The figures were highly colored, but everyone could now see what absurd sums the Court spent.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • Is Flag of France France
  • Year is 1700 or later
  • Has at least 5 loans
Mean time to happen

1 month


Immediate effects
  • Set country flag FRA_had_event_3142

Event button 547.png
Remove him from his post
If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
Event button 547.png
Encourage his excellent work
  • Lose Icon stability.png 1 stability
  • Gain country modifier "Necker Reforms" until the end of the campaign with the following effects:
    • Interest per annum.png -0.25% interests per annum

See also[edit]

  • The script code is located in /Europa Universalis IV/events/FlavorFRA.txt).