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Qing

Empire rankQing
Qing.png
Primary culture
Manchu (Chinese)

Capital province
Beijing (1816)

Government
AutocracyGovernment monarchy.png

State religion
ConfucianConfucianism.png

Technology group
ChineseChinese technology group
Great Qing ideas
Traditions.png Traditions:
−20% Core-creation cost
−10% Aggressive expansion impact

Possible Manchu banners.png Expand the Banners

+30% Possible Manchu banners

National manpower modifier.png The Green Standard Army

+15% National manpower modifier
+15% Manpower recovery speed

National unrest.png Pigtail or Death

−2 National unrest

Legitimacy.png Bogda Khan

+1 Yearly legitimacy
−5 Years of separatism
+1 Yearly meritocracy

Administrative efficiency.png The Chinese Laws

+5% Administrative efficiency

State maintenance.png The Viceroyalties

−15% State maintenance
−0.05 Monthly autonomy change

Morale of armies.png The Ten Great Campaigns

+15% Morale of armies
+50% Prestige from land battles

Idea bonus.png Ambition:

−15% Advisor cost

The Qing dynasty (1644-1911), also called the Flag of Manchu Manchu dynasty, was the last imperial dynasty of China. In 1644, the Chinese capital at Beijing was captured by rebels, upon which the last Flag of Ming Ming emperor committed suicide. The Ming dynasty officials and generals called on the Manchus for aid. The Manchus took advantage of the opportunity to seize the capital and establish their own dynasty in China. By adopting the Ming form of government and continuing to employ Ming officials (the in-game Celestial Empire government), the Manchus managed to rule China until the early 20th century.

Qing does not exist at the beginning of the grand campaign, but can be formed by the Flag of Manchu Manchu, which in turn can be formed by Flag of Jianzhou Jianzhou, Flag of Haixi Haixi, Flag of Yeren Yeren, Flag of Udege Udege, Flag of Donghai Donghai or any other country with Jurchen primary culture.

Contents

FormationEdit

 Qing Dynasty


We have taken the Northern Capital and defeated the false emperors. The Middle Kingdom must be united under a Manchu banner. Our dynasty shall reign for a thousand years!


 
Potential requirements

  Qing does not exist.
The country:

If this country is AI-controlled, then it:

  • can not be a custom nation.
  • must have at least 5 cities.
Allow

The country:

  • owns Ningyuan (704), Xilin Gol (723), Shenyang (726) and Beijing (1816).
  • is not at war.
  • is not a subject nation other than a tributary state.
  • does not have the modifier “Tribal Succession Crisis”.

Effects

If Beijing (1816) is part of the HRE, but the country is not a member then:

  • the province is removed from the HRE.
  • the Holy Roman Emperor:
    • gets the opinion modifier “Removed provinces from the Empire” towards the country, worth  −50 opinion with a yearly decay of 1.
    • loses  1 imperial authority.

Beijing (1816):

  • will no longer be under the control of an estate.
  • becomes the capital of the country.
  • becomes a core province of the country.
  • changes its culture to the primary culture of the country.

The country:

  • becomes   Qing.
  • changes its government rank to   empire.
  • gets a permanent claim on every province of China that it does not own.
  • gains  10 prestige.
  • gets the modifier “Increased Centralization” for 20 years with the following effects:
    •   −0.05 monthly autonomy change,
    •   +1 national unrest.
  • gets new missions.

If the country:

MissionsEdit

Main article: Qing missions

EventsEdit

Main article: Manchurian events

Qing shares many events with Manchu, Ming, and Jianzhou. mostly focused around historical economic and military reforms.

DecisionsEdit

 Repair of the Great Wall


Parts of the Great Wall are in dire need of extensive repair. In its current state it doesn't offer sufficient protection for our northern provinces.


 
Potential requirements

The country:

  • is   Ming,   Qing or has enacted the ‘Celestial Empiregovernment reform.
  • owns Taiyuan (693), Hejian (695), Baoding (696), Datong (697), Lanzhou (699), Xi'an (700), Yumen (707), Alxa (709) and Beijing (1816).
  • does not have the modifier “Reparations of the Great Wall”.

If the country is AI-controlled, then it:

  • can not be a custom nation.
Allow

The country:

  • has a ruler with a military skill of at least 5.

Effects

The country:

  • gets the modifier “Reparations of the Great Wall” for the rest of the campaign with the following effects:
    •   +25% fort defense,
    •   +10% fort maintenance.

 Construct the Forbidden City


The Forbidden City will be a glorious national monument, increasing our prestige and promoting stability.


 
Potential requirements

The country:

If the country is AI-controlled, then it:

  • can not be a custom nation.
Allow

The country:

  • is not at war
  • has hired a level 3   statesman or has a ruler with an administrative skill of at least 3.
  • has either the faction system is disabled or the Bureaucrats faction is in power.
  • has a stability of +3.
  • has at least 1 year's worth of income in its treasury.
  • has at least 50 administrative power.

Effects

The country:

  • loses   ducats equal to 1 year of income.
  • loses   50 administrative power.
  • gets the modifier “The Forbidden City” for the rest of the campaign with the following effects:
    •   −10% stability cost modifier,
    •   +0.5 yearly prestige.


Related AchievementsEdit

 
Start as one of the Jurchen Tribes and form Qing.
 
Become Chinese Emperor as Qing.
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