Germanic region

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Used for the minor states (except theocracies) in this article.


Traditions.png Traditions:

+10% Infantry combat ability
-15% Mercenary cost

Production efficiency.png Zunft

+10% Production efficiency

Trade power.png Frühlings- und Herbstmesse

+10% Domestic trade power
+5% National trade income modifier

Diplomatic reputation.png Reichskreis

+1 Diplomatic reputation

National unrest.png Polizeiordnung

-1 National unrest

Missionary strength.png Cuius regio, eius religio

+1% Missionary strength

Diplomatic relations.png Thurn und Taxis

+1 Diplomatic relations

Prestige.png Residenzstadt

+1 Yearly prestige

Idea bonus.png Ambition:

-5% Technology cost

This article details the Germanic region, within the Holy Roman Empire and nearby. The small Germanic minor states share the same Germanic super-culture, flavours and technologies.

Notable states

These states have unique national ideas, events and other differentiating properties.

Formable states

These states can be formed by decision.

Minor states by culture

These states share the same Germanic super-culture, Western tech group, Germanic national idea group, Catholic religion (in 1444), historical flavor, and graphics.

Austrian

State Government Capital Notes
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Salzburg

Government theocracy.pngTheocracy Salzburg (76) Has the largest base tax province for any OPM.
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Styria

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Graz (1863) Receives Austrian ideas if their ruling dynasty is Habsburg. Can form Austria. Does not exist in 1444, but exists in the 1453 bookmark.
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Tirol

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Tirol (73) Not available at 1444 start

Bavarian states

State Government Capital Notes
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Ansbach

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Ansbach (71)
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Augsburg

Government theocracy.pngTheocracy Augsburg (1868)
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Ulm

Government republic.pngAdministrative Republic Ulm (1872)
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Nuremberg

Government republic.pngAdministrative Republic Nürnberg (67)
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Wurttemberg

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Württemberg (70)

Dutch states

State Government Capital Notes
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Brabant

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Brabant (92)

In Personal union under Burgundy in 1444

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Friesland

Government republic.pngAdministrative Republic Friesland (100)
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Gelre

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Gelre (99)
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Utrecht

Government theocracy.pngTheocracy Utrecht (98)

Flemish states

State Government Capital Notes
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Flanders

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Vlaanderen (90) Primary nation of Flemish. In a Personal Union under Burgundy in 1444

Westphalian states

State Government Capital Notes
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Brunswick

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Brunswick (57) Possibly the easiest country to form Hannover with due to the amount of OPMs surrounding the country and its relative size.
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East Frisia

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy East Frisia (1931) East Frisia is an OPM in northwestern Germany. Unusually, it is not in the Holy Roman Empire despite all of its neighbors being member states. Since the HRE offers a degree of protection for a small state, it is advisable to join the HRE as soon as possible by increasing relations with the Emperor and then adding the province of East Frisia to the HRE.

Once in the HRE, East Frisia can try to expand and form Germany, or else conquer the Dutch minors to its west, move capitals and culture-shift, and then form the Netherlands.

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Lüneburg

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Lüneburg (53) Has the same dynasty, the Welfs, as Brunswick. Allows for the possibility of an easy Personal Union.
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Münster

Government theocracy.pngTheocracy Münster (86)

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Oldenburg

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Oldenburg (55)
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Saxe-Lauenburg

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Lauenburg (1857)

Pomeranian states

State Government Capital Notes
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Mecklenburg

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Mecklenburg (46)

Prussian states

State Government Capital Notes
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Livonian Order

Government theocracy.pngMonastic Order Livland (37) Livonian Order may form Kurland. It is a difficult nation to play due to its powerful neighbors.
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Riga

Government theocracy.pngTheocracy Riga (38) An OPM that is the basis for survival for many complex strategies due to its isolation, relative lack of neighbors, a port, and flat terrain. Many nations who are in dire straits can occupy them to avoid being annexed.

Riga may form Kurland.

Rheinlaender states

State Government Capital Notes
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Aachen

Government republic.pngAdministrative republic Aachen (1878)
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Alsace

Government theocracy.pngTheocracy Strasbourg (75)
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Baden

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Baden (74)
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Cleves

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Berg (84)
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Frankfurt

Government republic.pngAdministrative Republic Frankfurt (1876)
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Trier

Government theocracy.pngTheocracy Trier (80) In 1444 starts, Trier is an elector within the HRE.

Saxon states

State Government Capital Notes
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Anhalt

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Anhalt (58)
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Magdeburg

Government theocracy.pngTheocracy Altmark (52)
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Meissen

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Saxony (61) Not available at 1444 start
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Thuringia

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Wittenberg (59) Not available at 1444 start