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Muslim events

This page a list of events specific to countries following Sunni Islam Sunni, Shiite Islam Shiite or Ibadi Islam Ibadi religion.

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Muslim piety eventsEdit

This is a list of all Muslim piety events.[1]

Pulse eventsEdit

The following events are triggered by a three year pulse.

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 Spread of Extreme Practices in [spread_of_extreme_practices_province.GetAreaName]

The late Middle Ages saw the emergence of several new forms of Islamic mysticism, one of the most controversial being a brand of Sufi dervishes known as the 'renunciationists'. These men sought to separate themselves entirely from normal society, shaving all body hair down to their eyebrows and publicly breaking the rules of the Sharia in order to demonstrate their unique relationship with God, all while wandering from town to town begging for alms. Our religious scholars are calling for their persecution, arguing that the uneducated populace's tendency to view them with awe will lead them away from the true faith.
 
Trigger conditions

The country uses piety.

Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

Immediate effects

A random province of the country that is part of a state is marked as ‘spread_of_extreme_practices_province’.


 
Expel them from [spread_of_extreme_practices_province.GetAreaName].

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
 
Leave them be.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
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 Returning Scholars

Particularly in the aftermath of the Mongol conquests of the thirteenth century, Egypt and Syria emerged as the foremost centers of scholarly learning in the Muslim world. Sunni scholars of every persuasion flocked to Damascus and Cairo to learn from the most renowned teachers of science, theology, and above all law, while Shi'ites traveled to Jabal Amil in Lebanon to meet with the scholars of orthodox Twelver Shi'ism. Many students from our lands, having completed their educational pilgrimage, are now returning home and hoping to implement legalistic Islam in our [Root.GovernmentName] just as they learned it in the heartlands of Islam.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • does not own Cairo (361), Damascus (382) or Sidon (1855).

If the   ‘Cradle of Civilization’ is enabled then:

  • the country can not have the  Ismaili or  Zaidi religious school.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

 
They will make a welcome addition to our country.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
  • gains  10 administrative power.
 
Contact with the divine is not about studying books.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
  • gains  10 legitimacy.
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 Sufi Organizations Rally Support

During the early modern period popular forms of Sufi worship became extremely widespread in the Muslim world. Seeing the weakened state of our armies, the sheikh of a major order has begun urging his followers to take up arms in support of us against our enemies.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • has a piety of less than 0.
  • has an army of less than 60% of the force limit.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

 
We cannot rely on mystics for support!

The country:

  • moves 15 towards   legalism.
  • gains  10 legitimacy.
 
Let us welcome these warriors of faith.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
  • gains  50% of the yearly mainpower gain.
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 Religious Harmony

Just as many members of the Ulema have developed Sufi leanings, many of our Sufi orders have likewise come to extol the virtue of a pious life lived in accordance with the Sharia. Despite disapproving voices on both extremes, we have managed to strike a balance between mysticism and legalism. Our realm is currently enjoying the fruits of moderation and tolerance of differing religious practices.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • has a piety of at least -20 but less than 20.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
20

 
God is good.
If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains  1 stability,
  • else it gains  50 administrative power.
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 Debate over the Philosophy of Ibn Arabi

Ibn Arabi was an Andalusian scholar and mystic, regarded by many Sufis as the foremost spiritual master. His pantheistic philosophy of the 'unity of being' viewed all of creation as a manifestation of God, and invited worshippers to see divine beauty in all aspects of life, not merely in the traditional rituals of Islam. Ever since, debates have raged on over the compatibility of his philosophy with scholarly interpretations of Islam, with some going so far as to label him an unbeliever. For many Sufis, on the other hand, Ibn Arabi's philosophy became the foundational principle of their religious practice. Now we too are being asked to take sides.
 
Trigger conditions

The country uses piety.

Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

 
Deny the unity of being.

The country:

  • moves 15 towards   legalism.
 
Support the unity of being.

The country:

  • moves 15 towards   mysticism.
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 Dhimmi Building Restrictions

Under Islamic Law, non-Muslims faced a number of restrictions on the construction of new buildings in urban centers: their houses were not to be taller than those of the Muslims, and they were not permitted to construct new centers of worship, only to maintain those which already existed. In practice, these rules often went unenforced, but as our realm shifts further toward a legalistic interpretation of Islam, key members of the Ulema are beginning to call for their stricter implementation.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • has a piety of at least 25.
  • does not have the modifier “Dhimmi Building Restrictions”.
  • owns a province that is not Muslim.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

 
Enforce the letter of the law.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
  • gets the modifier “Dhimmi Building Restrictions” for an indefinite time[2] with the following effects:
    •   +0.5 tolerance of the true faith,
    •   +0.5 tolerance of heathens.

If the country has the  ulema estate:

  • then the  ulema gains  10 loyalty.

If the country has the  dhimmi estate:

  • then the  dhimmi loses  10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the  brahmins estate:
    • then the  brahmins loses  10 loyalty.
 
Leave them to do as they please.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.

If the country has the  ulema estate:

  • then the  ulema loses  10 loyalty.

If the country has the  dhimmi estate:

  • then the  dhimmi gains  10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the  brahmins estate:
    • then the  brahmins gains  10 loyalty.
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 Dhimmis Flout Building Restrictions

Despite being officially prohibited from constructing houses of worship and tall buildings, the dhimmis in several provinces of our realm are openly disobeying the laws, and many of our qadis are too lax to respond, either because they see no harm in it or because of the hefty bribes they can earn for turning a blind eye.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • has a piety of less than 50.
  • has the modifier “Dhimmi Building Restrictions”.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

 
Increase enforcement efforts.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.

If the country has the  ulema estate:

  • then the  ulema gains  10 loyalty.
 
Let the laws go unenforced.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
  • loses the modifier “Dhimmi Building Restrictions”.

If the country has the  dhimmi estate:

  • then the  dhimmi gains  10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the  brahmins estate:
    • then the  brahmins gains  10 loyalty.
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 Enjoining Right and Forbidding Wrong

Muslims are encouraged in the Qur'an to take an active role in their community in order to “enjoin right and forbid wrong.” While this command has been interpreted in many ways by Muslim scholars, it was sometimes used by reformist groups to justify the forceful spread of more extreme views. A group of charismatic mosque preachers in [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] have begun calling for the end of unorthodox religious practices and are inciting the populace against the Sufis, leading to violence and street battles.
 
Trigger conditions

The country uses piety.

Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

 
Stamp down on the movement.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
 
Offer them our support.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
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 Debate over Sufi Practices

Muslim scholars were not united on the question of the permissibility of Sufism. While most appreciated the heightened levels of religious devotion it inspired among the general population, some disapproved of how certain Sufis expressed their faith. Poetry and song about wine and illicit love, as well as communal dancing and veneration for the tombs of those regarded as saints, could at times provoke opposition from more hardline elements of the Ulema.
 
Trigger conditions

The country uses piety.

Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

 
Support the hardliners.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
 
Support the moderates.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
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 Purification of Tax Laws

Ensuring that the realm's laws operate in accordance with the sacred Sharia requires us to occasionally re-examine our tax-collection practices, and to strive to align them as closely as possible with the legal positions held by the great lawmakers of our [Root.GetReligiousSchool] school. This means eliminating the customary taxes which have accumulated over the years, and taking only what is permitted by the Sharia.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • has at least 30 piety.
  • does not have the modifier “Purification of Tax Laws”.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

 
Reject the proposal.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
  • gets the modifier “Purification of Tax Laws” for 10 years with the following effects:
    •   –15% national tax modifier,
    •   –1 national unrest.
 
I would not dilute our great army so!

The country:

  • moves 15 towards   mysticism.
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 Mystics and Storytellers

Many among the Ulema would question the great influence that storytellers have over the life of common men. The traditional hero stories of our people are centuries old but they risk making a cult out of seriously distorted fates of historical figures. A prominent cleric in [storytellerprovince.GetAreaName] have taken a strong stand against the storytellers of the realm, and cautions that religious scholars of the past have warned that obsessive listening to stories could lead to false worship.
 
Trigger conditions

The country uses piety.

Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

Immediate effects

A random province of the country that is part of a state is marked as ‘storytellerprovince’.


 
We must ban offensive stories from the realm.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
 
There is nothing wrong in idealizing our ancestors.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
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 Trade Guilds and Fraternities

Guilds and fraternities are a constant factor in the public life of the [Root.GovernmentName], in many ways these are small communities within the community, with their own rules, customs and even laws. It is also very common for these associations to indulge in mystic traditions, sufism and often unorthodox adaption of the Sharia. Something that sometimes makes it hard for the laws of the Ulema to penetrate the urban milieu.
An artisan in [fraternity_province.GetName] has reached out to the state, warning us of a local guildsman with a great influence on local affairs. Anyone wishing to take up a craft in the city is currently required to be approved by this man and then swear an oath of allegiance.

 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • has at least 2 cities.
  • owns a province that:
    • is not the capital,
    • does not have the modifier “Guilds Strengthened”.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

Immediate effects

A random province of the country that:

  • is not the capital

prioritized by at least 5, 10, 15, and 20 development is marked as ‘fraternity province’.


 
This is unacceptable.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
  • gains  10 prestige.
 
Let us not interfere with the guilds.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.

The province marked as ‘fraternity province’:

  • gains  25 local autonomy.
  • gets the modifier “Guilds Strengthened” for 10 years with the following effects:
    •   +25% local goods produced modifier,
    •   +0.03 monthly autonomy change.
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 Social Dissent and Popular Sufism

The great stress that our government has placed on Legalism and the limiting of Mysticism in our society has had the effect of closely associating Sufism with resistance to central rule. In times of social distress many now look to the Mystical orders for spiritual guidance as an alternative to the highly legalistic Ulema and its [Root.GovernmentName] ally.
As tensions flare in [popular_sufism_province.GetName] an influential Sufi Master declared his support for [Root.Monarch.GetTitle], potentially calming the situation.

 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • has at least 75 piety.
  • owns a province that:
    • is not the capital,
    • is Muslim,
    • is part of a state,
    • does not have the modifier “Social Unrest”.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

Immediate effects

A random province of the country that:

  • is not the capital,
  • is Muslim,
  • is part of a state,
  • does not have the modifier “Social Unrest

prioritized by at least 10, 15, and 20 development is marked as ‘popular sufism province’.


 
We cannot accept the support of a Mystic.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.

All provinces of the state with the province marked as ‘popular sufism province’ except the capital:

  • get the modifier “Social Unrest” for 10 years with the following effect:
    •   +6 local unrest.
 
God is good.

The country:

  • moves 35 towards   mysticism.
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 Coffee and Tobacco

While they are quite new to our society the use of stimulants such as Coffee and Tobacco has spread quickly, with coffee houses now a common feature from [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] to [coffee_province.GetAreaName]. The popularity is especially marked among the Sufi orders. The novelty of these substances means that the religious establishment is divided on their proper use.
Many strict legalists wants us to limit their use while others argue for caution, as both Coffee and Tobacco are very popular in our state. The local governor of [coffee_province.GetName] have now turned to [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] wanting to close down the local coffee houses that he believes have become meeting places for dissidents.

 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • has at least 50 piety.
  • owns a province that:
    • is not a capital or the neighbor province of a capital.
    • is part of a state.
    • does not have the modifier “Coffee House Dissidents”.

At least one of the following:

  • The country owns at least 1 province producing  tobacco.
  • The start date of the game was after January 1, 1575.
  • The  event ‘The Triangle Trade’ has happend.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

Immediate effects

A random province of the country that:

  • is not a capital or the neighbor province of a capital,
  • is part of a state,
  • does not have the modifier “Coffee House Dissidents,

is marked as ‘coffee province’.


 
Let us impose Restrictions.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.

All provinces of the state with the province marked as ‘coffee province’ except the capital:

  • get the modifier “Coffee House Dissidents” for 5 years with the following effect:
    •   +6 local unrest.
 
Let them have their coffee.

The country:

  • moves 25 towards   mysticism.
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 Sufi Orders growing in popularity in [new_province.GetName]

Some of the more prevalent Sufi orders in [Root.GetName] have quickly started to establish themselves in the newly acquired [new_province.GetName] province. While the locals seem somewhat hesitant about [Root.GetAdjective] rule they have embraced the orders and this has greatly eased the integration of the province into our [Root.GovernmentName].
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • owns a province that:
    • is not its core province.
    • does not have the modifier “Strengthened local Authority”.
    • does not have the modifier “Integration under Sufi Leadership”.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

Immediate effects

A random province of the country that:

  • is not its core province,
    • does not have the modifier “Strengthened local Authority”,
    • does not have the modifier “Integration under Sufi Leadership”,

is marked as ‘new province’.


 
Strengthen the legal establishment instead.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.

The province marked as ‘new province’:

  • gets the modifier “Strengthened local Authority” for 10 years with the following effect:
    •   −0.05 monthly autonomy change.
 
This is excellent.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.

The province marked as ‘new province’:

  • gets the modifier “Integration under Sufi Leadership” for 10 years with the following effect:
    •   −4 local unrest.
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 Disregard of the Sharia?

The learned Ulema complain over the widespread flouting of Sharia rules in our [Root.GovernmentName]. They demand that we reduce the influence of Mystic orders and heterodoxy in the country. Failing to comply could see us risking losing their support and many of these valuable legal scholars might even leave for other courts.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • uses piety.
  • has less than -75% piety.
  • does not have the modifier “Loss of Legal Competence”.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

 
Let us follow their recommendations.

The country:

  • moves 35 towards   legalism.

If the country has the  ulema estate:

  • then the  ulema gains  10 loyalty.
 
We cannot give in to such threats.

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
  • gets the modifier “Loss of Legal Competence” for 10 years with the following effect:
    •   +10 advisor cost.

If the country has the  ulema estate:

  • then the  ulema loses  10 loyalty.
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 Friday Prayers?

The weekly congregational prayer has been a way for Islamic rulers to show their legitimacy for centuries. The long standing Sunni dominance where most friday prayers have been in the name of the Sunni Caliphs and the worldly Sultans of the Sunni world, has however lead to the status of the prayers being very uncertain.
Most among the Shia Ulema oppose the practice of the friday prayers, but there are some who would see its role as a way to bind together society, Ulema and ruler, return to the Shia faithful of our country.

 
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is   Shia.
  • has at least 20 cities.
  • did not have this event yet.
Is triggered only by

a three year pulse.

Base weight:
40

 
[Root.Monarch.GetName] will lead the friday prayers and our country will pray.

The country:

  • moves 25 towards   mysticism.
  • gains  10 legitimacy.
  • gets the modifier “Friday Prayers” for 10 years with the following effects:
    •   +1 tolerance of the true faith,
    •   −0.1 monthly piety,
    •   −1 diplomatic reputation.
 
We must respect the traditions of our people.

The country:

  • moves 25 towards   legalism.
If the country has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains  1 stability,
  • else it gains  50 administrative power.

Further eventsEdit

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 A New [Root.Monarch.GetTitle]

Our nation has sorely lacked a firm guiding hand under the rule of [Root.Heir.GetName], a timid child, ill-prepared to face the dangers of the world. Fortunately for us all, one of [Root.Heir.GetHerHis] uncles, and close advisors has decided to act. The child is now safely locked away where [Root.Heir.GetSheHe] can do no more harm. The advisor has been proclaimed our new [Root.Monarch.GetTitle], and has sworn to provide our nation with the strong leadership it so desperately needs.
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

Mean time to happen

180 months


 
May our new $MONARCHTITLE$'s rule be long and prosperous!

If the country has an heir:

  • then the heir dies and the country gets a new ruler of the current dynasty,
  • else the country gets a new ruler.

The country:

  • moves 25 towards   mysticism.
  • loses  25 legitimacy.
  • loses  1 stability.
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 Convert Hagia Sophia into a Mosque

Byzantine Emperor Justinian I built Hagia Sophia in 532, choosing Isidore of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles to be the architects. The church was built with Hellenistic columns from the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, large stones from quarries in porphyry from Egypt, green marble from Thessaly, black stone from the Bosporus region, and yellow stone from Syria. That a Christian church is still in use does not please the people, who wish it to be transformed into a mosque. It is also in dire need of renovation, and should be repaired before it is made into a mosque.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC is disabled.
The country:

  • is Muslim.
  • owns Constantinople (151).

Constantinople (151):

  • is Muslim.

The Hagia Sophia is not a mosque.[3]

Mean time to happen

150 months


 
Repair it and transform it!

The country:

  • moves 20 towards   legalism.
  • gains  20 prestige.
  • loses  10% of a yearly income.

If the country has the ulema estate:

  • then the   ulema estate gains   10 loyalty.

The Hagia Sophia becomes a mosque.[4]

 
Leave it be

The country:

  • moves 20 towards   mysticism.

If the country has the dhimmi estate:

  • then the   dhimmi estate gains   15 loyalty.

Star and Crescent eventsEdit

This is a list of events for Muslim nations, added by the ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC.[5]

Muslim occasionsEdit

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 Ramadan

Soon it is the ninth month of our calendar and Muslims worldwide are preparing for a month of fasting. It is one of the Five Pillars of Islam and is fard (obligatory) for all adult Muslims who are not ill, traveling or pregnant. From dawn until sunset no food is to be consumed, no liquids drunk, no tobacco used and no sexual relations allowed. It is a time of spiritual reflection, improvement and increased devotion and worship, no God-fearing Muslim should ignore Ramadan.
 
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is Muslim.
  • did not have this event and chosen the option “Ignore it” in the last year.
  • had this event and chosen the option “It is time to fast” and afterwards did not have the event ‘Eid al-Fitr’.
  • did not have the event ‘Eid al-Fitr’ in the last 5 years.

The month is July or August.

Mean time to happen

200 months


 
It is time to fast

The country:

  • gains  5 legitimacy,  5 horde unity,  5 devotion,  5 meritocracy or  2.5 republican tradition.
 
Ignore it

The country:

  • gains  5 prestige.
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 Eid al-Fitr

The Feast of Breaking the Fast marks the end of Ramadan and Muslims around the world try to show a common goal of unity. Some believe that the feast is Fard (obligatory), Mustahabb (strongly recommended, just short of obligatory) or mandoob (preferable). All Muslims should forgive and forget any differences with others or animosities that may have occurred during the year.
 
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is Muslim.
  • had the event ‘Ramadan’ and chosen the option “It is time to fast” at least 30 days ago.
Mean time to happen

200 months


 
Celebrate it for three days and invite everyone!

The country:

  • gains  25 administrative power.
  • loses  50% of a yearly income.

Every Muslim neighbour country:

  • (hidden)
    gets the   event ‘Invited to Eid al-Fitr’.
    • gets the opinion modifier “Invited to Eid al-Fitr” towards this country for 5 years, worth  +10 opinion with a yearly decay of −1.
 
Celebrate it for two days

The country:

  • moves 20 towards   legalism.
  • loses  10% of a yearly income.
 
Celebrate it for one day

The country:

  • moves 5 towards   legalism.
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 Invited to Eid al-Fitr

The ruler of $FROMCOUNTRY$ has invited an emissary of our realm to celebrate the Feast of Breaking the Fast which marks the end of Ramadan. The feast will be celebrated for three days and all that is asked of us is to forgive and forget any differences with others or animosities that may have occurred during the year.
 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

the  event ‘Eid al-Fitr’ option “Celebrate it for three days and invite everyone!”.


 
Fine

The country gets the opinion modifier “Invited to Eid al-Fitr” towards the country that triggered this event for 5 years,:

  • worth  +10 opinion with a yearly decay of −1.

HajjEdit

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 Hajj

Every able-bodied Muslim who can afford to go on Hajj is required to do so at least once, it is a religious duty and one of the Five Pillars of Islam. It is a pilgrimage to Mecca and all male pilgrims dress in the ihram, to show equality of all pilgrims in front of God as there is no difference between a prince and a pauper. The pilgrims do not shave, clip their nails, wear perfume, swear or quarrel, have sexual relations, uproot or damage plants, kill or harm wild animals, cover the head or the face and hands, marry, wear shoes over the ankles, or carry weapons. As the ruler of $COUNTRY$ and being an able-bodied Muslim, it is time to set an example and begin the Hajj.
 
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is either Muslim and has less than 75 piety or Fetishist and following the ‘Islam’ cult.
  • has at least 200  ducats.
  • is not in a regency.
  • is not at war.
  • did not have this event and chosen the option “Not now!” in the last 5 years.
  • did not have this event and chosen the option “Mecca awaits!” during the reign of the current ruler without a religion change of the country.
Mean time to happen

1000 months


 
Mecca awaits!

The country:

  • gains  5 legitimacy,  5 horde unity,  5 devotion,  5 meritocracy or  2.5 republican tradition.
  • loses  20% of a yearly income.
  • gets the modifier “Hajj” until the ruler or religion of this country changes, with the following effect:
    •  −15% stability cost modifier.
 
Not now!

If the country is following the ‘Islam’ cult

  • then it gains  5 prestige,
  • else it gains  10 prestige.
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 The Rituals of Hajj

The many rituals of Hajj include Tawaf, where the pilgrims visit the Kaaba and walk around it seven times counter-clockwise uttering a prayer in each circuit, ending the ritual by praying and running or walking seven times between the hills of Safa and Marwah. The next day the pilgrims leave for Mount Arafat, where they stand in contemplative vigil and pray and recite the Qur'an. The night is spent sleeping on the ground of Muzdalifah. The day after, the pilgrims throw stones to signify their defiance of the Devil at the largest pillar known as Jamrat'al'Aqabah. When the seven stones have been thrown, the pilgrims slaughter animals to commemorate the story of Abraham and Ishmael. The pilgrimage is almost over, but some tasks still remain.
 
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is Muslim.
  • had the event ‘Hajj’ and chosen the option “Mecca awaits!” during the reign of the current ruler without a religion change of the country at least 30 days ago.
  • did not have this event during the reign of the current ruler.
Mean time to happen

1 months


 
Good

The country:

  • moves 5 towards   legalism.
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 The End of Hajj

The second-to-last ritual is to re-visit the Masjid al-Haram mosque in Mecca to walk around the Kaaba once more. It is called Tawaf al-Ifadah, which symbolizes being in a hurry to respond to God and show love for Him. Before leaving Mecca, pilgrims perform a farewell tawaf called the Tawaf al-Wida. Some pilgrims, including the ruler of $COUNTRY$, travel to the city of Medina and the Al-Masjid al-Nabawi, which contains the Prophet Muhammad's tomb.
 
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is Muslim.
  • had the event ‘Hajj’ and chosen the option “Mecca awaits!” during the reign of the current ruler without a religion change of the country.
  • had the event ‘The Rituals of Hajj’ at least 30 days ago.
Mean time to happen

200 months


 
The Hajj is over

The country:

  • gains  10 prestige.

Every Muslim country known to this country:

  • gets the opinion modifier “Completed Hajj” toward this country,
    • worth  +10 opinion with a yearly decay of 1.

People of the Book - Dhimmi of [Root.GetName]Edit

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   People of the Book - Dhimmi of [Root.GetName]

The People of the Book - the Christians, the Jews and the Sabians - recognize the God of Abraham as the one and only god, as do Muslims, and they practice revealed faiths based on divine ordinances. The population of [Root.GetName] are almost all Dhimmi and while they are afforded the usual things related to this status in a Muslim realm many of them feel our state could be more forthcoming given how rich the region is. It has been suggested that we make even more favorable conditions for the Dhimmi of [Root.GetName] as it would be in our own best interest to encourage such a prosperous region to grow.
 
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The province:

Mean time to happen

1000 months (scaled to the number of owned provinces)


 
Let us favor their presence here.

If the owner of the province has the  Dhimmi estate:

  • then the  Dhimmi estate gains control over 3%/2%/1% additional land if the total development is less than 50/between 50 and 100/at least 100.
  • else the province gets the modifier “Dhimmi” until the end of the campaign with the following effects:
    •   −10% local development cost,
    •   −10% local missionary strength.
 
Convert them, remove them - erase them!

The province:

  • gains  2 local unrest.

The owner of the province:

  • moves 20 towards   mysticism.
  • gains  15 prestige.

One time eventsEdit

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 Repairing the Masjid al-Haram

The greatest mosque of the world, the Masjid al-Haram, surrounds one of the holiest places of Islam, the Kaaba, to which all able-bodied Muslims at least once in their lifetime travel to, to perform Hajj. It was the first house built for humanity to worship Allah. Its wooden columns have been replaced with marble columns and a minaret has been added. A humble architect, one Mimar Sinan, has approached us and told us of his plans of replacing the flat roof with domes decorated with calligraphy internally.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is Muslim.
  • has at least 200  ducats.
  • owns Mecca (385).

The advisor ‘Mimar Sinan’ is not employed.
The year is at least 1500 and before 1600.

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Repair the mosque and hire Mimar Sinan

The country:

  • gets access to a discounted   artist (level 3) which:
  • loses  50% of a yearly income.
  • gets the modifier “Repaired the Masjid al Haram” until the ruler or religion of this country changes, with the following effect:
    •  +1 tolerance of the true faith.

The   Ulema estate gains  15 loyalty.
If this country is the Emperor of China,

  • then it gains  5 meritocracy.
 
Follow Mimar Sinan's suggestions and repair the mosque

The country:

  • loses  20% of a yearly income.
  • gets the modifier “Repaired the Masjid al Haram” until the ruler or religion of this country changes, with the following effect:
    •  +1 tolerance of the true faith.

The   Ulema estate gains  15 loyalty.

 
Do nothing

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
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 Suhrawardiyya

The Sufi order founded by Abu al-Najib Suhrawardi is a strictly Sunni order that is guided by the Shafi'i school of Islamic law. Though it has existed since the 11th century, it has had a small revival these last years and has played an important role in the formation of a conservative new piety. Futuwwas, being guilds that emphasize honesty, peacefulness, gentleness, generosity, avoidance of complaint and hospitality in life, has also been brought back to life by the Suhrawardiyya.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is   Sunni.
  • did not have the event ‘Chishti Order’ during the last 50 years.
  • did not have the event ‘Qadiriyya’ during the last 50 years.
Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Their work is admirable, we should support them

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
 
It is fine what they do, but we want no part of it

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
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 Ban Alcohol, Coffee and Tobacco?

A wise and pious sultan of the Ottomans, Murad IV, managed to quell the corruption that had grown during the reigns of previous sultans with policy changes such as limiting wasteful spending. His most pious commands, though, was to ban alcohol, tobacco and coffee in Constantinople. To enforce the banishment, he patrolled the streets and taverns of Constantinople in civilian clothes at night, ordering execution for all who broke the ban. A ruthless supporter of alcohol prohibition, yet Murad IV was partial to drinking and wrote poems about his thirst. 'Even if the rivers became wine, they wouldn't fill my glass' - 'The wine is such a devil that I have to protect my people from it by drinking all of it'.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

The year is at least 1650 and before 1750.

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Follow Murad IV's pious ways

The country:

  • gets the modifier “Banned Alcohol, Tobacco and Coffee” until the ruler or religion of this country changes, with the following effect:
    •  +1 tolerance of the true faith.
  • gains  15 administrative power.
  • moves 10 towards   legalism.

  Peasants (size 2) rise up in revolt in 1 random core province of the country.
  Peasants (size 2) rise up in revolt in 2 random other provinces of the country.
If the country:

  • has the Ulema estate
    • then the   Ulema estate gains  10 influence for 10 years.
  • has a corruption of at least 0.01
    • then it loses  0.5 corruption.
 
Increase the tax on those goods

The country:

  • gets the modifier “Banned Alcohol, Tobacco and Coffee” until the ruler or religion of this country changes, with the following effect:
    •  +1 tolerance of the true faith.

  Peasants (size 1) rise up in revolt in 1 random core province of the country.
  Peasants (size 1) rise up in revolt in 1 random other provinces of the country.
If the country has the Ulema estate

  • then the   Ulema estate gains  5 influence for 10 years.
 
I do not wish to enforce these morals upon others

The country:

  • gains  25 administrative power.
  • gains  0.5 corruption.
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 Aurangzeb's Morals

Aurangzeb, the sixth Mughal Emperor, was famous for enforcing morals and banned the consumption, usage and practices of alcoholism, gambling, castration, servitude, eunuchs, music, nautch (a special dance) and narcotics in the Mughal Empire. Though he might have went a bit far in his obsession, among other things he ordered the punishment of Muslims who dressed like non-Muslims, some of his ideas might increase the piety of the population of $COUNTRY$.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

The year is at least 1700 and before 1800.

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Follow Aurangzeb's ideas

The country:

  • gets the modifier “Banned Alcohol, Tobacco and Coffee” until the ruler or religion of this country changes, with the following effect:
    •  +1 tolerance of the true faith.
  • gains  25 administrative power.
  • moves 10 towards   legalism.

If the country:

  • has the Ulema estate
    • then the   Ulema estate gains  10 influence for 10 years.
  • has the Dhimmi estate
    • then the   Dhimmi estate loses  10 influence for 10 years.

  Peasants (size 1) rise up in revolt in 1 random core province of the country.
  Peasants (size 1) rise up in revolt in 2 random other provinces of the country.

 
Just increase the tax on alcohol

The country:

  • gets the modifier “Banned Alcohol, Tobacco and Coffee” until the ruler or religion of this country changes, with the following effect:
    •  +1 tolerance of the true faith.

If the country:

  • has the Ulema estate
    • then the   Ulema estate gains  5 influence for 10 years.
  • has the Dhimmi estate
    • then the   Dhimmi estate loses  5 influence for 10 years.

  Peasants (size 1) rise up in revolt in 1 random core province of the country.
  Peasants (size 1) rise up in revolt in 1 random other provinces of the country.

 
He sounds like a mad man!

The country:

  • gains  25 administrative power.
  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
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 Muhammad Salih Tahtawi - The Celestial Globe

A massive, seamless celestial globe inscribed with Arabic and Persian inscriptions was presented to the court today. Muhammad Salih Tahtawi, the metallurgist, astronomer, geometric expert and craftsman used a secret wax casting method to create the celestial globe. He is certain that he will be able to reproduce this feat in metallurgy and create many more celestial globes for $COUNTRY$.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

The year is at least 1550 and before 1600.

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Accept the globe and urge him to create more

The country:

  • gets the modifier “Celestial Globe” for 20 years with the following effect:
    •   −10% technology cost,
    •   −10% idea cost.
 
Offer him a place at court as an advisor to the $MONARCHTITLE$

The country:

  • gets access to a discounted   artist (level 3) which:
    • is named ‘Muhammad Salih Tahtawi’,
    • has Sindhi culture.

If this country is the Emperor of China,

  • then it gains  5 meritocracy.
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 Mian Mir

A religious dilemma has cropped up and the advisors at court are baffled. The only true advice any of them uttered was, 'Mian Mir, the Sufi saint in Lahore, could possibly help.'. Mian Mir, famous for shunning worldly, selfish men, covetous Emirs and ambitious Nawabs who ran after faqirs to get their blessings but a friend of those who love God, is not easy to approach. His mureeds, his disciples, are posted at the gate of his house to stop those he does not wish to see. The pious ruler of $COUNTRY$, though, is one Mian Mir would accept and advise.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is  Sunni.
  • owns Lahore (507).

The year is at least 1575 and before 1635.

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Offer him a place at court

The country:

  • loses  50% of a yearly income.
  • gets access to a discounted   theologian (level 2) which:
    • is named ‘Mian Mir’,
    • is Sunni,
    • has Panjabi culture.

If this country is the Emperor of China,

  • then it gains  5 meritocracy.
 
Ask him for advice

The country:

  • loses  25% of a yearly income.
  • gets the modifier “Mian Mir” until the ruler changes with the following effect:
    •   −5% idea cost.
 
Find another solution to the problem

The country:

  • gains  5 prestige.
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 Ayazmakapi Fire

A great fire in Istanbul has destroyed the Jewish quarters, and it is decided that the burnt-out quarters is to be compulsory purchased by the state. The Jewish merchants protest against this and aim to change this policy by offering the Grand Vizier a large monetary bribe from their 'Accidents and Emergencies Fund'. The Grand Vizier has told the $MONARCHTITLE$ what the Jewish merchants offered to avoid the compulsory purchase and awaits an answer.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is Muslim.
  • owns Constantinople (151).

The year is at least 1650 and before 1700.

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Accept their bribes

The country:

  • gains  100 ducats.
  • gains  0.5 corruption.
  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
 
Refuse the bribes and punish the bribers

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.

Every province of the country that is not Muslim:

  • gets the modifier “Rebellious People” for 5 years with the following effect:
    •   +5 local unrest.
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 Chishti Order

Known for its emphasis on love, tolerance, and openness, the Chishti Order has spread to the provinces of $COUNTRY$ and their welcoming attitude to seekers who belong to other religions may prove a way to convert more people to Islam. They are rather strict in their belief that a Chishti teacher should not attend the court or be involved in matters of state, as this will corrupt the soul with worldly matters. Some Muslims believe that music is haram, forbidden, while the practitioners of Chishti believe that song or listening to music can evoke the divine presence.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is Muslim.
  • did not have the event ‘Suhrawardiyya’ during the last 50 years.
  • did not have the event ‘Qadiriyya’ during the last 50 years.
Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Accept the Chishti Order

The country:

  • moves 15 towards   mysticism.
  • loses  10% of a yearly income.
 
Expel them from $COUNTRY$!

The country

  • moves 15 towards   legalism.
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 Qadiriyya

The Qadiriyya is an influential Sunni institution and Qadiri dervishes wear a rose of green and white cloth with a six-pointed star in the middle in their caps. The struggle against the desires of the ego is emphasized by the Qadiriyya's teachings. The two stages of the greater struggle are firstly deeds forbidden by religious law and second against fundamental vices such as greed, vanity, and fear. 'A true seeker of God should overcome all desires other than wishing to be taken into God's custody.' is a well known saying from the teachings of the Qadiriyya.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is   Sunni.
  • did not have the event ‘Suhrawardiyya’ during the last 50 years.
  • did not have the event ‘Chishti Order’ during the last 50 years.
Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Their teachings are true, I will give them my support

The country:

  • moves 15 towards   mysticism.
  • loses  10% of a yearly income.
 
We can learn nothing from them

The country

  • moves 15 towards   legalism.
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 Sharia Laws

The moral code and religious law of Islam deals with many topics, such as crime, politics, economics but also personal matters such as sexual intercourse, hygiene, diet, prayer, and fasting. It is considered the infallible law of God and there are two sources of the law. The first is the precepts set forth in the Qur'an, and the example set by the prophet Muhammad in the Sunnah. Qadis and imams are complaining about the lax maintenance of the Sharia law in $COUNTRY$ and insist that the $MONARCHTITLE$ make sure that the law is enforced, at all times.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Stricter Sharia laws

The country:

  • gains  20 administrative power.
  • gains  20 diplomatic power.
  • gains  20 military power.

If the country has the Ulema estate

  • then the  Ulema estate gains  10 influence for 10 years.

  Peasants (size 2) rise up in revolt in 2 random core provinces of the country that have the state religion.

 
Less strict Sharia laws

The country:

  • gains  10 administrative power.
  • gains  10 diplomatic power.
  • gains  10 military power.
  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.

2 random core provinces of the country that have the state religion:

  • get the modifier “Rebellious People” for 5 years with the following effect:
    •   +5 local unrest.
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 Ghulams

Formerly the slave-soldiers of $COUNTRY$ were trained and educated at their master's expense, serving him in any capacity he wished for. Most of them were soldiers, some were administrators but they all had converted to Islam. Some of them still linger in $COUNTRY$, without a master and searching for some way to bring meaning back into their lives. The ghulams have even sent a deputy to the $MONARCHTITLE$, asking if they may find service in $COUNTRY$.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Give them administrative work

The country:

  • gains  20 administrative power.
 
Hire them as soldiers

The country:

  • gains  5 army tradition.
  • gains  5 navy tradition.
  • gains  20 military power.
 
Let them aid the diplomatic corps

The country:

  • gains  40 diplomatic power.
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 Reza Abbasi

The people of $CAPITAL$ is talking about an especially beautiful miniature in a muraqqa, a book filled with Islamic miniature paintings and specimens of Islamic calligraphy. The man who painted the miniature is Reza Abbasi, son of the miniature artist Ali Asghar. The miniature in question is a beautiful youth reading under a tree.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

The advisor ‘Reza Abbasi’ is not employed.
The year is at least 1585 and before 1635.

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
We could use his talents at court

The country:

  • loses  50% of a yearly income.
  • gets access to a discounted   artist (level 2) which:
    • is named ‘Reza Abbasi’,
    • has Persian culture,
    • is Shia.
 
Support him and his art

The country:

  • loses  25% of a yearly income.
  • gets the modifier “Reza Abbasi” until the ruler changes with the following effect:
    •   −5% idea cost.
 
Make sure everyone knows of his talent!

The country:

  • gains  5 prestige.
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 Baha al-din al-Amili

A fascinating new idea, that the sun is the center of the Universe and the Earth rotates around it in a circular path has been spreading due to the teachings of the scholar, philosopher, architect, mathematician, astronomer and poet Baha al-din al-Amili. His book Tashrih al-aflak or 'Anatomy of the celestial spheres' affirms the view that supports the positional rotation of the Earth.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions
  • None
Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
His talents are needed at court

The country:

  • loses  50% of a yearly income.
  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
  • gets access to a discounted   philosopher (level 2) wwhich:
    • is named ‘Baha al-din al-Amili’,
    • has Persian culture,
    • is Shia.

If this country is the Emperor of China,

  • then it gains  5 meritocracy.
 
He shall have our support

The country:

  • loses  25% of a yearly income.
  • gets the modifier “Baha al-din al-Amili” until the ruler changes with the following effect:
    •   −5% idea cost.
 
Ignore him

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
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 Convert Hagia Sophia into a Mosque

Byzantine Emperor Justinian I built Hagia Sophia in 532, choosing Isidore of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles to be the architects. The church was built with Hellenistic columns from the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, large stones from quarries in porphyry from Egypt, green marble from Thessaly, black stone from the Bosporus region, and yellow stone from Syria. That a Christian church is still in use does not please the people, who wish it to be transformed into a mosque. It is also in dire need of renovation, and should be repaired before it is made into a mosque.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is Muslim.
  • owns Constantinople (151).

Constantinople (151):

  • is Muslim.

The Hagia Sophia is not a mosque.[3]

Mean time to happen

150 months


 
Repair it and transform it!

The country:

  • moves '20 towards   legalism.
  • gains  20 prestige.
  • loses  10% of a yearly income.

The   ulema estate gains   10 loyalty.
The Hagia Sophia becomes a mosque.[4]

 
Leave it be

The country:

  • moves 20 towards   mysticism.

The   dhimmi estate gains   15 loyalty.

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 Madrassa

Madrassa, meaning 'A place where learning and studying is done', teaches tafsir or Qur'anic interpretation, shari'ah or Islamic law, hadiths or recorded sayings and deeds of Prophet Muhammad and mantiq or logic. Some madrassas also teaches mathematics, astronomy, astrology, geography, alchemy, philosophy, magic and occultism. The future of the land lies in the hand of the children, and to be able to trust them with the country it is best to educate them and make sure their knowledge of the world will never fail them.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Establish madrassas in the whole country

The country:

  • gets the modifier “Madrassa” for 20 years with the following effects:
    •   +0.5 yearly prestige,
    •   −10% technology cost.
  • loses  50% of a yearly income.
 
Establish madrassas in a few, select provinces

The country:

  • loses  25% of a yearly income.

1 random Muslim core province of the country and 2 random provinces of the country:

  • get the modifier “Provincial Madrassas” for 20 years with the following effect:
    •   +10% local tax modifier.
 
Do nothing
  • None
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 Zubaidah bint Ja'far

A woman has requested an audience in our court, and after allowing her to address the $MONARCHTITLE$ she asked to be allowed to erect wells, reservoirs and artificial pools along the route to Mecca and Medina to provide water for the Muslim pilgrims. Her name is Zubaidah bint Ja'far, wife of one of the Muslim rulers nearby.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

Mecca (385) and Medina (384):

  • are Muslim:
  • have Muslim owners.
Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Allow her to pass through our provinces

The country:

  • moves '10 towards   legalism.
 
Help her with her holy work!

The country:

  • gets the modifier “Darb Zubaidah” until the ruler changes with the following effect:
    •   +0.5 yearly prestige.
  • loses  10% of a yearly income.
 
Remove her from my country!

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
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 Serafeddin Sabuncuoglu

Although he is an old man now, the surgeon and physician Serafeddin Sabuncuoglu still practices medicine in the Amasya Hospital that was built in 1308, almost eighty years before he was born. Serafeddin Sabuncuoglu's 'Imperial Surgery' is the first surgical atlas, based on the book 'Al Tasrif' by Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi. One of the surgical techniques described in the 'Imperial Surgery' is the ligating of the temporal artery for migraine.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

The year is before 1468.

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Bring him to my court!

The country:

  • gets access to a discounted   natural scientist (level 2) which:
    • is named ‘Serafeddin Sabuncuoglu’,
    • is Sunni.
    • has Turkish culture.
  • loses  50% of a yearly income.
 
With our help, he shall be able to practice medicine for many more years

The country:

  • loses  25% of a yearly income.
  • gets the modifier “Serafeddin Sabuncuoglu” until the ruler changes with the following effect:
    •   −5% idea cost.
 
So?

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
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 Al-Birjandi

Al-Birjandi is a brilliant astronomer, mathematician and physicist whose answer to one of Qutb al-Din al-Shirazi's arguments was this: 'The small or large rock will fall to the Earth along the path of a line that is perpendicular to the plane (sath) of the horizon, this is witnessed by experience (tajriba). And this perpendicular is away from the tangent point of the Earth's sphere and the plane of the perceived (hissi) horizon. This point moves with the motion of the Earth and thus there will be no difference in place of fall of the two rocks.'. He has written many books, including Sharh al-tadhkirah or 'A commentary on al-Tusi's memoir' discussing astronomical elements.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

The year is at least 1470 and before 1530.

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
This is a man I need as an advisor!

The country:

  • gets access to a discounted   artist (level 3) which:
    • is named ‘Al-Birjandi’,
    • has Khorasani culture.

If this country is the Emperor of China,

  • then it gains  5 meritocracy.
 
I will support his work

The country:

  • loses  25% of a yearly income.
  • gets the modifier “Al-Birjandi” until the ruler changes with the following effect:
    •   −5% idea cost.
 
Who is this? Why should I care?

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
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 Mahdi

A man is claiming to be the Mahdi, the prophesied redeemer of Islam who will rule for seven years before the Day of Judgment. He promises to rid the world of evil and re-establish righteousness. Disbelievers who claim that the man is not the Mahdi have angered his followers and the country is in uproar.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Accept him as the prophesied redeemer of Islam

The country:

  • gets the modifier “True Mahdi” until the ruler or religion of the country changes, with the following effect:
    •   +1% missionary strength,
    •   −1 tolerance of heretics,
    •   −1 tolerance of heathens.
  • moves 10 towards   mysticism.
 
Reject him and expose him as a fraud

The country:

  • moves 10 towards   legalism.
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 Shiite vs Sunni

Any true Shiite knows that only the heirs of the fourth caliph, Ali, are the legitimate successors of Mohammed. The Sunni believe that the first four caliphs - Mohammed's successors - rightfully took his place as the leaders of Muslims and they recognize the heirs of the four caliphs as legitimate religious leaders. We have not lived under the authority of a legitimate religious figure since the Twelfth Imam disappeared in 931. The tension between the Sunni and the Shiite in $COUNTRY$ has grown over the years and it is only due to the diplomatic corps that nothing has happened, yet.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is  Shia.
  • owns at least 10  Shia provinces in states.
  • owns at least 10  Sunni provinces in states.
Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Ignore the problem

  Sunni zealots (size 1) rise up in revolt in all provinces of a state with a random  Sunni province of the country.

 
Find a way to ease the tension between them

All provinces of a state with a random  Shia province of the country:

  • get the modifier “Rebellious People” for 5 years with the following effect:
    •   +5 local unrest.
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 Sunni vs Shiite

Any true Sunni knows that the first four caliphs - Mohammed's successors - rightfully took his place as the leaders of Muslims and the heirs of the four caliphs as legitimate religious leaders. The Shiite's believe that only the heirs of the fourth caliph, Ali, are the legitimate successors of Mohammed and that there has been no legitimate religious figure since the Twelfth Imam disappeared in 931. The tension between the Shiite and the Sunni in $COUNTRY$ has grown over the years and it is only due to the diplomatic corps that nothing has happened, yet.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The ‘Star and Crescent’ DLC in enabled.
The country:

  • is  Shia.[6]
  • owns at least 10  Shia provinces in states.
  • owns at least 10  Sunni provinces in states.
Mean time to happen

2000 months


 
Ignore the problem

  Shia zealots (size 1) rise up in revolt in all provinces of a state with a random  Shia province of the country.

 
Find a way to ease the tension between them

All provinces of a state with a random  Sunni province of the country:

  • get the modifier “Rebellious People” for 5 years with the following effect:
    •   +5 local unrest.

FootnotesEdit

  1. The script code of these events can be found in /Europa Universalis IV/events/MuslimPietyEvents.txt.
  2. The modifier “Dhimmi Building Restrictions” is removed if the country gets the event “Dhimmis Flout Building Restrictions” and chooses the option ‘Let the laws go unenforced’.
  3. 3.0 3.1 I.e. the global flag ‘hagia_sophia_now_mosque’ is not set. This flag is set by the events Convert Hagia Sophia into a Mosque and Convert Hagia Sophia into a Mosque or if the scenario starts after 1459.1.1.
  4. 4.0 4.1 I.e. the global flag ‘hagia_sophia_now_mosque’ is set.
  5. The script code of these events can be found in /Europa Universalis IV/events/MuslimDLC.txt.
  6. See bug report.