Austria is a country in Europa Universalis II. It is an Elector of the Holy Roman Empire, and a major power. In normal games its provinces are coloured white, in fantasia games, they are coloured light orange.
Austria represents the holdings of the Austrian branch of the Habsburg (or Hapsburg) family. It should not be confused with the province of Austria.
Creating Austria Edit
Should it cease to exist, Austria can be recreated by revolt or releasing a vassal at any point in the game. It will have its normal latin techgroup. Its culture and religion are not stated in revolt.txt, but will be German and almost always Catholic.
The following provinces can form Austria:
- Austria (the default capital)
The following provinces can be part of a newly formed Austria, but can not form it themselves:
Starting Position Edit
Austria exists at the start of all the main scenarios.
It owns and controls twelve core provinces, and there are three cores that it does not own.
It owns and controls fourteen core provinces, and there are seven cores that it does not own.
It owns and controls twenty-one provinces, nineteen of which are cores. It has 13 cores that it does not own or control. It also has a temporary casus belli against Spain, lasting until 4th June 1746, representing the War of Spanish Succession.
It owns and controls twenty-seven of its core provinces, but neither owns nor controls a further seven cores.
Austria owns and controls 25 of its core provinces, and has seven cores that it neither owns nor controls.
AI Behaviour Edit
In the 1795 scenario, Austria starts with the Anti-French AI file. Otherwise, it uses the Habsburg ai file.
Austria has no areas to colonize, and has an expansion value of 0, making it very unlikely to start colonies or trading posts. If it does start them, it has an 80% chance of creating a trading post, rather than a colony. It has a bonus of 10 to start colonies next to its existing territory, and a bonus of 10 against starting them next to another country.
Austria has only a 50 (compared to default 100) setting for sending out traders, and is not very inclined to block trade (having only 5 out of 100, compared to the default of 25).
Austria is set to go counter-reform.
Austria is willing to fight further from its capital than the default AI (3.0 vs 0.5) and less likely to focus on defending/liberating its own provinces (1.5 vs 2.0). All other settings are identical to the default AI.
|Friedrich V||24 Nov 1457||8||5||4|
|Maximilian I||20 Aug 1493||7||5||5|
|Karl V||13 Jan 1519||8||8||7|
|Ferdinand I||1 Oct 1556||6||7||7|
|Maximilian II||26 Jul 1564||7||5||5|
|Rudolf II||13 Oct 1576||6||7||5|
|Mathias||21 Jan 1612||5||5||3|
|Ferdinand II||21 Mar 1619||4||5||5|
|Ferdinand III||16 Feb 1637||4||7||8|
|Leopold I||Jul 1658||7||7||8|
|Josef I||6 May 1705||4||6||6|
|Karl VI||18 Apr 1711||6||7||6|
|Maria Theresia||21 Oct 1740||8||8||7|
|Josef II||30 Nov 1780||9||8||7|
|Leopold II||21 Feb 1790||5||6||5|
|Franz II||2 Mar 1792||7||5||5|
Austria does not have any admirals, explorers, or conquistadors.
Austria has the following generals:
|von Frundsberg||1||1499||20 Aug 1528||3||4||5||2|
|Pappenheim||2||1618||17 Nov 1632||3||3||4||1|
|Charles V de Lorraine||1||1675||18 Apr 1690||4||3||3||0|
|Romer||7||1720||10 Apr 1741||3||3||3||1|
|von Daun||1||1734||8 Feb 1766||4||5||4||1|
|Charles de Lorraine||0||1737||1757||3||2||2||0|
|Browne||8||1738||7 May 1757||3||3||3||1|
In Vanilla EU2, Austria has three events files. A flavor events file (containing just two events, with minor effects - listed in their own section), a major events file, and a special events file (containing just The Restoration of the French Monarchy). There is also a single Austria event (The Habsburg Inheritance of Hungary) that is in the events file for Hungary
Inheritance Events Edit
The Habsburg dynasty inherited a lot of territory throughout its existence. There are a number of events that depict these inheritances. The inheritance of Bohemia is listed under the Bohemian Events section.
The Habsburg Inheritance of Burgundy / France Inherits Burgundy
These two events are triggered by different outcomes of an event for Burgundy. The Burgundian event happens at any time between 3rd June 1476 and 4th June 1484, as long as France and Burgundy both exist, and Burgundy is not at war. If Burgundy goes for option A (the usual choice), then the Habsburgs inherit Burgundy. If they go for option B, France inherits it. If they go for option C, neither event happens.
Before either inheritance happens, Burgundy will grant independence to certain countries and, if relevant, cede certain provinces to the country that does not inherit. Though these are part of Burgundy's events, they are listed here.
|Diplomacy||+3 for 60 months|
|Casus Belli||vs France for 24 months|
|New Austrian Cores||Artois, Franche Comte, Brabant, Flandern, Friesen, Geldre, Holland, Luxembourg, Zeeland||Artois, Franche Comte, Borgogne|
|Territories ceded by Burgundy||Artois, Auvergne, Berri, Borgogne, Calais, Caux, Cevennes, Champagne, Dauphine, Franche Comte, Limousin, Lyonnais, Maine, Nivernais, Orleanais, Picardie, and Savoie to France||Alsace, Franche Comte, Hessen, Koln*, Lorraine*, Mainz, and Pfalz to Austria|
|Independence from Burgundy||Cologne, Friesland, Gelre, Hannover, Kleves, Lorraine, The Palatinat||Cologne, Friesland, Gelre, Hannover, Kleves, Lorraine, The Palatinat|
|Revolts||2 revolts each in Munster, Oldenburg, and Bremen, if they are owned by Burgundy||2 revolts each in Munster, Oldenburg, and Bremen, if they are owned by Burgundy|
Note that the event cedes the territories marked * to Austria, but they will have become independent before that happens.
The Martial Inheritance of Brittany
This event is triggered by an event for Brittany, which happen if Austria or France inherited Burgandy. There are two (identically named) versions of both Brittany's and Austria's events, depending on who inherited Burgandy. Brittany's events are triggered if both Austria and France exist at any point between 9th September 1488 and 22nd December 1491, and happen up to 30 days after the trigger. The Austrian event only happens if Brittany chooses the first of two options.
If Austria inherited Burgandy, they lose 50 relations with France, lose 100 ducats, and gain cores on Artois and Franche Comte (though unless they have been eliminated and recreated since inheriting Burgundy, they will already have those cores).
The Habsburg Inheritance of Milano
This is triggered by an event for Milan. If both Austria and France exist at any point in the year 1500, and Milan picks the first of three options (their usual choice), then this event happens. Milan's event creates both a royal marriage and a military alliance between Milan and Austria. The Austrian event has two options. Option A is Rule as Separate Country. Option B is Rule as part of Austria.
Because Milan can be at war when this happens, the inheritance option can be exploited by another country.
|Effect||Independent Milan||Austrian Milan|
|Milan's Status||Vassal of Austria||Inherited by Austria|
|Cores||-||Core on Lombardia|
|Revolt Risk||-||+6 in Lombardia|
|Relations||Alliance with Milan||-180 with France|
The Habsburg Inheritance of Hungary
This event is triggered if Hungary chooses the first of two options in The Death of King Lajos of Hungary. The Hungarian event happens if Austria exists, Hungary owns Maros, Magyar, and Pest, and the Ottomans control all three provinces at any point between 13th March 1516 and 21st July 1540.
The Hungarian event cedes up to 13 provinces from Hungary to Austria: Bohemia, Carparthia, Erz, Istria, Krain, Moravia, Odenburg, Ostmarch, Presburg, Salzburg, Silesia, Steiermark, and Sudeten. There is a related event for the Ottomans, which means they inherit what's left of Hungary after it cedes these provinces.
The Austrian event gives Austria cores on the following 12 provinces: Banat, Carparthia, Croatia, Krain, Magyar, Maros, Odenburg, Pest, Presburg, Ruthenia, Serbia, and Transylvania. It also gives Austria +3 stability, -3 Centralization and +2 Aristocracy.
The Habsburg Inheritance of Lothringen
This event is triggered by an event chain for Poland, Saxony, and Lorraine. The event chain does not happen if Poland chooses option C (Jakub Sobieski) in The Polish Succession of 1697. Otherwise, the chain is triggered by The Polish Succession of 1733, which happens on the 30th of January 1733. If Poland selects option A, Friedrich Augustus Wettin, the sequence takes in an event for Saxony, if they instead select option B Stanislas Leczinski, that event gets skipped. If any of the countries don't exist at this point, their events cannot happen.
The Partition of Poland
There are two events of this name. Both are triggered by Polish events, which are triggered solely by dates.
The first Polish event is triggered up to 10 days after 10th September 1764, though if Poland does not exist and is recreated it can happen up to 1st January 1772. The second Polish event is triggered up to 10 days after 1st January 1788, though if Poland does not exist and is recreated it can happen up to 1st January 1792. In both cases, the Austrian events happen if Poland chooses the first of two options.
The first event adds Galizien as a core. The second event adds Krakow and Podlasia as cores.
Relations with Spain Edit
For most of the duration of the game, there were two branches of the Habsburg / Hapsburg dynasty. This section lists events that detail the Austrian Habsburg's relationship with their Spanish cousins.
The Spanish Wedding
This event happens during the year 1519 as long as Spain exists and is not at war with Austria. It happens up to five days after the trigger, and represents the creation of the Spanish branch of the family. There are two options. Option A is Let the Habsburg Empire be ruled from Vienna. Option B is Let the Habsburg Empire be ruled from Madrid. The two options trigger different events for Spain (which give Spain the same effects Austria would have had from the other option). Either way, the two empires gain an alliance and a royal marriage.
|Relations|| +50 with Spain.
Spain becomes vassal.
| +400 with Spain.
Austria becomes vassal.
The Abdication of Charles V
In real life, Habsburg Emperor Charles V abdicated the throne, and gave many of the territories owned by the Austrian Habsburgs to the Spanish ones. There are two different versions of this event, depending on whether Austria inherited Burgundy earlier in the game. Both require Spain to exist. The event triggers on 29th September 1556. If Austria did not inherit, the event gives Austria +1 stability and triggers a Spanish event. If Austria did inherit, there are three options, in which different amounts of territory are ceded to Spain. Option A Give all the possessions to Philip cedes most dutch and italian possessions to Spain. Option B Let Ferdinand keep the Netherlands and Option C Let Ferdinand keep the Italian possessions allow Austria to keep more of its territory.
|Effect||Cede all||Keep Netherlands||Keep Italy|
|Cede (Italy)||Apulia, Emilia, Firenze, Liguria, Lombardia, Mantua, Marche, Napoli, Roma, Piemonte, Romagna, Savoie, Siena, and Veneto to Spain||Apulia, Emilia, Firenze, Liguria, Lombardia, Mantua, Marche, Napoli, Roma, Piemonte, Romagna, Savoie, Siena, and Veneto to Spain||-|
|Cores (Italy)||Lose core on Lombardia||Lose core on Lombardia||-|
|Cede (Netherlands)||Artois, Brabant, Flandern, Friesen, Geldre, Holland, Luxembourg, and Zeeland to Spain||-||Artois, Brabant, Flandern, Friesen, Geldre, Holland, Luxembourg, and Zeeland to Spain|
|Cores (Netherlands)||Lose cores on Artois, Brabant, Flandern, Friesen, Geldre, Holland, Luxembourg, and Zeeland||-||Lose cores on Artois, Brabant, Flandern, Friesen, Geldre, Holland, Luxembourg, and Zeeland|
|Cede (Other)||Borgogne, Franche Comte, and Lorraine to Spain||Borgogne, Franche Comte, and Lorraine to Spain||Borgogne, Franche Comte, and Lorraine to Spain|
|Cores (Other)||Lose core on Franche Comte||Lose core on Franche Comte||Lose core on Franche Comte|
Phillip of Bourbon succedes Carlos II in Spain / Charles of Habsburg succedes Carlos II in Spain
These events concerns the historical demise of the Spanish Habsburgs, and the war of Spanish succession. One (but not both) of these events will be triggered by a Spanish event, which happens on 1st or 2nd of November 1700. If Phillip of Bourbon succeeds (the most likely option), Austria has two options. Option A is No it ours ("it" being the Spanish throne). Option B is We must accept the will of poor Carlos. If it's Charles of Habsburg, then there are no options.
|Relations (Spain)||-150, Casus belli (36 months)||+150||+400|
|Relations (France)||-150, Casus belli (36 months)||+150||-150|
|Cores||Add Artois, Brabant, Flandern, Lombardia, Mantua||-||-|
Holy Roman Empire Edit
This section details events that deal with the Holy Roman Empire and its wars of religion. Some of these events affect Austria's relatonship with whole groups of German Princes/Electors. Rather than list each one separately, they are grouped as follows:
The effect on relations does not change should the countries in question belong to the wrong religion.
The Imperial Parliament at Augsburg
This event can be triggered at any time between 1st January 1548, and 2nd December 1548 can happen up to 10 days after the trigger. Austria has a choice of whether to support Protestant or Catholic groups within the HRE, or to compromise. Option A is Middle-ground, option B is Catholic Support option C is Protestant support.
|Relations (Protestant Princes)||-50||-100||+50|
|Relations (Catholic Princes)||-50||+50||-100|
|Relations (Papal States)||-50||+50||-100|
The Peace at Ausburg
This event can be triggered between 1st January 1555 and 2nd December 1555. It can happen up to 10 days after the trigger. There are three options here. Option A is The Princes may choose their Religion. Option B is There is only one Religion, Catholicism. Option C is Anyone may choose their Religion.
|Relations (Protestant Princes)||+100||-150||-100|
|Relations (Catholic Princes)||+50||+100||-100|
|Relations (Papal States)||-100||+150||-200|
The Catholic League
This event happens if Austria is Catholic or Counter-Reform Catholic at any point between 1st January 1607 and 1st January 1609. There are two options. Option A is Prepare to join, and option B is Stay Neutral
|Relations (Papal States)||+150||-150|
|Relations (Protestant Princes)||-150||+100 (except Holstein)|
|Relations (Catholic Princes)||+150 (Except Kleves +100)||-50 (Except Bavaria +50)|
The League of Augsburg
This event is triggered by a French event, which happens between 1st January 1676 and 1st January 1681, happening 30 days after the trigger. It is triggered if France selects option A (there are two options). Austria has 2 options. Option A is Defy French claims, and option B is Ignore it
|Relations (France)||-150, Casus belli (72 months)||+50|
|+150 Relations with||Brabant, England, Netherlands, Prussia, and Spain.||-|
|+100 Relations with||Baden, Cologne, Hannover, Hessen, Kleves, The Palatinat, and Wurzburg||-|
|-50 Relations with||-||Baden, Cologne, Hannover, Hessen, Kleves, The Palatinat, Spain, and Wurzburg|
|-100 Relations with||-||Brabant, England, Netherlands, and Prussia|
Bohemian Events Edit
This section deals with events relating to Bohemia.
The Habsburg Inheritance of Bohemia
These are two identically named events, which are triggered by the different options of a Bohemian event that happens on 28th August 1526. Bohemia's first option is to accept the Habsburgs as hereditary kings, their second is to accept the Habsburgs as elected kings.
If the Habsburgs are hereditary kings, Austria inherits Bohemia, gains +1 stability, and cores on Bohemia, Erz, Moravia, Silesia, and Sudenten. They also gain one point each in Centralization and Aristocracy.
The Royal Letter of Bohemia
This letter granted religious freedom to Protestants in Bohemia. The event is triggered between 1st January 1609 and 30th December 1609, and happens up to 30 days after the trigger. There are two options. Option A is Issue it, option B is Do not issue it
|province tax||+1 in Bohemia & Sudeten||-1 in Bohemia & Sudeten|
|Center of Trade||created in Bohemia||created in Austria|
The Defenestration of Prague
The real event saw Protestants throw royal officers out of a window, leading to the thirty years war. The game event happens if Austria owns the province of Bohemia, or if Bohemia is a vassal of Austria at any point in 1618. It also requires Austria's Innovative slider to be below 8.
The Winterking of Prague
This event is triggered by an event for Bohemia. The Bohemian event happens on 20th March 1619 if Austria and The Palatinat exist, and the Austrian event The Defenestration of Prague has happened. The Austrian event only happens if Bohemia chooses the first of two options. Austria has two options. Option A is Exterminate the Troublemakers, option B is Let them go their own way
|Effect||Exterminate||Let them go|
|Relations (Bohemia)||-200, Casus belli (60 months)||+150|
|Relations (The Palatinat)||-150, Casus belli (60 months)||+150|
|New Cores||Bohemia, Erz, Moravia, Silesia, Sudeten|
The Edict of Restitution
This event happens if Austria owns Bohemia, Erz, Moravia, Silesia, or Sudeten. Or if it has Bohemia as a vassal. It can happen at any point in 1629, and can happen up to 30 days after the trigger. Austria has two options. Option A is Yes, and eradicate Protestants in Bohemia. Option B is No, and appease Protestants in Bohemia.
Both options undo the revolt risk introduced by the Defenestration of Prague event. The first option triggers an event for Sweden (The Threat to Protestantism in Germany) which can give them a Casus belli against Austria.
|Conversions||Bohemia, Erz, Moravia, Silesia, and Sudeten become Catholic||-|
|Culture||Sudeten becomes German||-|
|Manufactories||-||Gain Fine Arts Manufactory in Bohemia and random province|
|Relations (Bohemia)||Gain Casus Belli (36 months)||-|
|Relations (Protestant Princes)||-150||+100|
|Relations (Catholic Princes)||+150||-|
|Relations (Papal States)||+150||-50|
Netherlands Events Edit
This section details events dealing with the Netherlands (note that inheriting them from Burgandy is in the Inheritance Events section, and potentially handing them over to Spain is in the Relations with Spain section).
The provinces in the Low Countries are as follows:
The Dutch Nobility demands General Estates
This event triggers if Austria owns any province in the Low Countries Area, and their Innovative value is below 8 at any point between 1st January 1560 and 1st January 1571. It happens up to 30 days after the trigger. There are two options. Option A is No Concessions, and Option B is Lower the Taxes. Both options increase the revolt risk in any provinces Austria owns that are in the Low Countries, and nowhere else.
|Effect||No Concessions||Lower the Taxes|
|Revolt Risk (Low Countries)||+10||+5|
|Revolts||In Flandern, Holland, and Zeeland||-|
|Domestic Policies||-1 Innovative||-1 Centralization|
The Duke of Alba and the Edict of Blood
This event happens if Austria owns any province in the Low Countries, is not Protestant or Reformed, and has its innovative slider at 7 or below at any point between 1st January 1565 and 1st January 1576. It happens up to 30 days after the trigger. There are two options. Option A is No Concessions, option B is Don't introduce that Consumption Tax
|Event||No Concessions||Don't Tax|
|Revolt risk (North)||+10||+5|
|Revolt risk (South)||+7||+2|
|Revolts in||Flandern, Holland, and Zeeland||-|
Alessandro Farnese and the Union of Arras
This event is triggered between 1st January 1575 and 1st January 1586 if Austria owns any provinces in the Low Countries, is not Protestant or Reformed, and has its innovative slider at 7 or below. The event can only happen if both The Dutch Nobility Demands General Estates and The Duke of Alba and the Edict of Blood have both happened. It happens up to 30 days after the trigger. There are three options to this event. Option A is Sign the Union of Arras, option B is No Concessions, option C is Sign the Union of Arras and lower taxes.
|Effect||Sign it||No Concessions||Lower Taxes|
|Revolt risk (North)||+10||+10||+5|
|Revolt risk (South)||-7||+7||-7|
|Revolts in||Holland and Zeeland||Flandern, Holland, and Zeeland||-|
The Dutch Revolt is successful!
There are two events of this name, which deal with the consequences if the Dutch revolt succeeds.
The first event happens if Netherlands exists, Austria is not Protestant or Reformed, and Austria owns any province in the North at any point between January 1st 1555 and January 1st 1648. The event happens up to 30 days after the trigger. The effect is to cede all provinces in the North to the Netherlands
The second event is triggered at any point between 1st January 1585 and 1st January 1648 if the Netherlands exists, Austria owns any province in the South, the Austrian event Dutch Nobility Demands General Estates and the Netherlands event Creation of Dutch Republic have both happened, and the event Repatriation of the Netherlands has not happened. The Netherlands event happens if the Netherlands exists at any point between 1st January 1559 and 1st January 1648. It happens up to 30 days after the trigger. The effect of the second event is to reduce revolt risk in the South by -27 and to convert Flandern to the state religion.
The Repatriation of the Netherlands
This event is if the Dutch revolt fails.
This event is triggered between 1st January 1648 and 1st January 1649. It happens if the second The Dutch Revolt is successful event has not happened, and any of the three events Dutch Nobility Demands General Estates, Duke of Alba & Edict of Blood, and Alessandro Farnese and the Union of Arras have happened. Up to 10 days after the trigger, the revolt risk in the North reduces by 30, and the result risk in the South reduces by 27. Also, Austria's centralization increases by 3, their treasury increases by 300, and their stability increases by 3.
The Oostende Company
This event happens if Austria owns Flandern at any point between 1st January 1716 and 1st January 1726. It happens up to 100 days (3 months, 10 days) after the trigger. There is an event (Foundation of the Verenigde Oostendse Compagnie) for Flanders that triggers if Flanders exists in the same time period. If one of these two events happens, then the other cannot also happen.
This event gives Austria 200 ducats, 6 Merchants, 1000 trade technology, +1 stability, an explorer in a random location, and a Refinery in a random province. They also lose 100 relations with Netherlands.
Hungarian Events Edit
These events are all connected to Hungary, a country that was - in real life - absorbed into Austria. Austria inheriting Hungarian provinces is listed under Inheritance Events.
The Protestant Rebellion in Hungary
This event happens if Hungary does not exist and Austria owns the provinces of Magyar, Odenburg, Pest, and Presburg. It can trigger at any point in 1604, and happens up to 30 days after the trigger. There are three options. Option A is Crush the Heretics, option B is Repress the Heretics, and option C is Give Concessions
|Religious revolt||Magyar, Pest, 2 random||Magyar, Pest|
The Chastening of Hungary
This event happens if Austria owns Magyar, Odenburg, Pest, and Presburg at any point between 1st January 1668 and 1st January 1673. It happens up to 30 days after the trigger. The event has three options. Option A is Centralized German Administration from Budapest, option B is Centralized German Administration from Vienna, option C is Decentralized Hungarian Noble Council in Budapest. Option C will prevent the next event listed in this section.
|revolt||Odenburg & Magyar|
The Insurrection of Duke Imre Tököll
This event happens if Austria owns Magyar, Odenburg, Pest, and Presburg at any point between 1st January 1676 and 1st January 1679. It happens up to 30 days after the trigger, and does not happen if Austria selected Decentralized Hungarian Noble Council in Budapest in The Chastening of Hungary.
The effect is to add one to stability, create two revolts in Magyar, and a single revolt in the following four provinces: Maros, Odenberg, Pest, and Presburg.
Noble Revolt in Hungary
This event is triggered between 1st January 1700 and 1st January 1713 if Hungary does not exist and Austria owns the provinces of Magyar, Presburg, Odenburg, and Pest. It happens up to 30 days after the trigger. There are two options. Option A is Whip!, option B is Whip and carrot!
|Effect||Whip only||Whip and carrot|
|Revolts in||Magyar, Maros, Moravia, and Pest||Magyar and Moravia|
|Relations with Ottoman Empire||-150||-200|
This event happens between the start of 1800 and the end of 1805. It can happen up to 10 days after the trigger. Austria gains 2 stability, and the monarch gains 5 points in diplomacy, 3 points in administration, and 2 points in military for 240 months (10 years).
Flavor Events Edit
The events in the flavor events file represent the careers of arguably the two greatest composers who ever lived, both of whom lived in Austrian capital Vienna at the height of their career.
Ludwig van Beethoven
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Other Diplomatic Events Edit
The League of Cambrai
This event is triggered by the existence of Venice at any point between 1500 and 1512. It happens up to 3000 days (that's 8 years, 4 months) after the trigger. In this event, the Papal States requests an alliance against Venice Venice. There are three options. Option A is Express Support, option B is Ignore it, option C is Express Hostility.
|Relations (Venice)||-150, casus belli (72 months)||+50||+150|
|Relations (Papal States)||+150||-50||-150|
The Polish Succession of 1733
This event is triggered by a chain of events. If, in The Polish Succession of 1697, Poland does not choose the third of three options (Jakub Sobieski), Saxony will have an event The Polish Succession of 1733. This latter event will happen if Poland and Saxony both exist on the 30th January 1733. If Saxony chooses the first of two options (which could be called Risk Major War to get your Kingdom or I want revenge) this triggers the Austrian event. The Austrians have two options: Option A is Give the Wettins a helping hand and Option B is Secure Poland for the Wettins.
|Relations (France)||-100, Casus belli (12 months)||-150, Casus belli (12 months)|
|Relations (Saxony, Russia, Prussia)||+50||+150|
The Effects of the Pragmatic Sanction
This event happens on 30th December 1739, modelling the start of the war of Austrian Succession that broke out when Maria Theresa ascended to the throne. There are three options. Option A is Staunchly Defend Your Rights, option B is Meekly Argue for Moral Justice, and option C is Publicly promise Concessions.
|Relations (Bavaria, Saxony)||-100||-80||+50|
|Relations (Hannover, Hessen)||+100||+100||+50|
|Relations (Netherlands, Russia)||+150||+150||+100|
The Bavarian Succession of 1777
This event is triggered at any point between 1st January 1777 and 1st July 1777, if there is not currently a war between Austria and The Palatinat AND there is not currently a war between Prussia and Bavaria. There are two options. Option A is Make legal claims on Bayern, Option B is Do not interfere. Option A triggers an event for each of the other three countries involved, Option B triggers nothing.
|Relations (Bavaria)||-150, Casus belli (24 months)||+150|
|Relations (The Palatinat)||+200, Royal marriage||-150|
The Restoration of the French Monarchy
This event happens between 1st January 1809 and 1st January 1821 if the French Monarch is Napoleon I, and Austria has conquered Ile de France. It gives Austria 500 victory points, 500 ducats,+200 relations with France, and +3 stability. It also triggers the French event The Restoration of the French Monarchy.
Other Events Edit
This event can be triggered at any point between 1st January 1508 and 1st January 1514, and happens 30 days after the trigger. It has two options, Let the Fuggers run our finances and Turn the Fuggers offer down
|Size of loans||500||200|
Hofkanzlei, Hofkammer and Hofrat
This event happens up to 30 days after 1st January 1520. Should Austria not exist then, it can be triggered at any point up to 1st January 1530. There are two options. Option A is Create these New Functions, option B is Let the Nobility run these modane things, presumably modane should read mundane. Both options reduce revolt risk in Lombardia by -6.
|Technology||+500 trade, +500 infrastructure||+500 land|
This event happens up to 30 days after 1st January 1556. If Austria does not exist on this date, but is re-created, the trigger can be as late as 1st January 1557. There are two options. Option A is Centralized Defensive Strategy, option B is Flexible Frontier Strategy.
Both options will reduce Austria's stability by 1
|fortifications||+1 level in 2 random provinces||-|
|Troops||-||+10,000 Cavalry in 2 random provinces|
Peasant Revolt in Austria
This event happens between 1st January 1626 and 30th January 1626. It happens up to 30 days after the trigger. Austria loses 1 stability, and has +3 revolt risk in all provinces for 36 months (3 years).
The Purge of the Archbishop of Salzburg
This event happens at any point in 1731 if Austria owns Salzburg, if the country of Salzburg does not exist and if Salzburg's version of this event has not happened. It happens up to 10 days after the trigger. There are two options. Option A is Let the Archbishop Purge the Protestants, and option B is Stop the Archbishop's Purge.
|Salzburg||-10,000 population||converts to Protestant|
Purging the Protestants triggers an event for Prussia, which sends the displaced population to Prussian provinces.
The Reform of the Bureaucracy
This event happens up to 30 days after 1st January 1750. If Austria does not exist, but is recreated, it can be triggered up till 1st January 1760. There are two options. Option A Reform increases the Centralization and Aristocracy policy sliders by 2 each, reduces the Serfdom slider by 1, and reduces stability by 1. Option B, Let it be adds 300 to the treasury, and increases stability by 3.
The Enlightened Reforms of Josef II
This event happens up to 30 days after 1st January 1770, but can be triggered up to 1st January 1774 should Austria not exist and be recreated. There are three options. Option A is Reforms of Enlightenment, option B is No Change, option C is Reforms of Reaction.
|Revolt risk||+4 for 36 months||+2 for 36 months|
Serfdom is formally abolished
This event happens up to 30 days after 1st January 1776, but can be triggered up to 1st January 1785 should Austria not exist and be recreated. There are three options. Option A is Yes, certainly!, option B is No, certainly not!, option C is No, and go further!
|Effect||Yes||No||No, go further|
The Reactionary Reforms of 1789
This event happens up to 30 days after 20th Septemeber 1789, but can be triggered up to 30th January 1789 should Austria not exist and be recreated. There are two options. Option A is React against Revolutionary Tendencies!, and option B is Risk the Revolution!#.
|Revolt risk||-||+3 for 156 months (13 years)|