Steppe hordes

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Steppe hordes are countries with Nomadic governments. All hordes are located in the former Mongol Empire.

Hordes get access to several unique casus belli and get significant bonuses to cavalry and warfare in general, but in return have to deal with frequent succession crises.

Mechanics

Steppe nomads have a few unique mechanics, setting them apart from other government types.

Tribal Conquest

Hordes get the Tribal Conquest CB against any bordering nation that is not nomadic.

The casus belli halves the aggressive expansion from annexation, taking provinces, and forcing vassalization for both sides.

Ticking warscore is based on battles won; if one side wins at least 80% of the battles the warscore will start ticking in their favor.

Tribal Feud

Hordes get the Tribal Feud CB against any bordering nation that is nomadic.

The casus belli quarters the aggressive expansion from annexation, taking provinces, and forcing vassalization for both sides. The province modifier only applies to border provinces.

The casus belli targets a specific province and ticking warscore is based on control of that province.

Succession wars

For a succession crisis to start, the ruler must die without an heir of age, or with a Legitimacy of under 50. If the country ends up in a regency, the heir will be replaced by a new ruler with 3 in each stat, and 70 legitimacy will be removed.

If instead the new ruler's legitimacy is below 50, a succession war will start. A size 2 revolt of pretender rebels will spawn in a random owned province, revolts of size 1 of nationalist rebels in any province that is not cored, and unrest will be increased by 10 in all provinces until the succession war is over.

The war will end once the rebels win or all the pretender rebels are defeated. Defeating the rebels will increase stability by 1 and add 25 legitimacy.

Looting speed

Hordes receive a +50% Looting speed (strength) towards looting as of patch 1.12

List of hordes

Notable hordes

The following hordes are notable due to having unique national ideas:

East Asian

Template:Idea group/Manchu The Manchurian hordes all have Manchu culture, and are able to form Manchu.

State Religion Culture Capital Notes
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Haixi

ConfucianismConfucian Manchu (Chinese) Girin (730)
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Jianzhou

ConfucianismConfucian Manchu (Chinese) Huncun (2108)
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Yeren

ShamanismShamanist Manchu (Chinese) Miyoo Gasan (1048)

Altaic

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State Religion Culture Capital Notes
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Chagatai

Sunni IslamSunni Kyrgyz (Altaic) Urumqi (715)
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Chahar

Buddhism.pngBuddhist Chahar (Altaic) Hohhot (702) Does not exist in 1444.
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Doughlat

Sunni IslamSunni Oirats (Altaic) Kashgar (739) Does not exist and lacks cores in 1444.
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Jalayirids

Sunni IslamSunni Mongol (Altaic) Baghdad (410) Does not exist and lacks cores in 1444.
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Kara Del

Buddhism.pngBuddhist Oirats (Altaic) Hami (2122)
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Kazakh

Sunni IslamSunni Khazak (Altaic) Sozak (1969) Does not exist in 1444.
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Khalkha

Buddhism.pngBuddhist Khalkha (Altaic) Ih Huree (2116) Does not exist in 1444
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Khoshuud

Buddhism.pngBuddhist Oirats (Altaic) Tsaidam (706) Exists from around 1580-1680 in Tibet
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Korchin

Buddhism.pngBuddhist Chahar (Altaic) Boduna (2109)
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Mongolia

Buddhism.pngBuddhist Mongol (Altaic) Ih Huree (2116) For the region, see Mongolia (region).
Vassal of Oirat in early starts
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Oirat

TengriTengri Oirats (Altaic) Kobdo (718) Begins with Esen Taishi a 2 5 5 0 general in 1444
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Sarig Yogir

Buddhism.pngBuddhist Oirats (Altaic) Tsaidam (706)
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Uzbek

Sunni IslamSunni Uzbek (Altaic) Kypshak (476) Can form Bukhara.
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Zunghar

Buddhism.pngBuddhist Oirats (Altaic) Kobdo (718) Exists from around 1620-1680.

Tartar

State Religion Culture Capital Notes
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Astrakhan

Sunni IslamSunni Astrakhani (Tartar) Astrakhan (464) Exists from 1459 to 1556.
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Bashkiria

Sunni IslamSunni Baskhir (Tartar) Bashkortostan (475) Does not exist at any start date.
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Crimea

Sunni IslamSunni Crimean (Tartar) Crimea (284) More info at Crimea
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Golden Horde

Sunni IslamSunni Mishar (Tartar) Saratov (303)
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Nogai

Sunni IslamSunni Nogaybak (Tartar) Nogay (465)
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Qasim

Sunni IslamSunni Qasim (Tartar) Kasimov (1778) Exists as a vassal of Muscovy/Russia from 1452 to 1681.
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Sibir

Sunni IslamSunni Siberian (Tartar) Tyumen (1075) Exists from 1468 to 1582. Is released if Bukhara is formed.

Oghuz

State Religion Culture Capital Notes
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Aq Qoyunlu

Sunni IslamSunni Turkish (Oghuz) Diyarbakir (418)
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Qara Qoyunlu

Shiite IslamShia Azerbaijani (Oghuz) Tabriz (416)