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    Default Re: Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac (Focus on Qing Dynasty)

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    Default Re: Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac (Focus on Qing Dynasty)

    Major


    Major Factions

    Qing Dynasty
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorates: Korea, Tibet

    Peace Treaty: North Vietnam (Winter 1673 – Winter 1774), Russia, Japan

    Trade Rights: Korea, Mongolia, Tibet, Brunei, North Vietnam, Siam, Japan, Russia, Mataram, Sulu-Maguindanao

    Diplomatic Relations:

    North Vietnam (Very Friendly)
    Korea (Very Friendly)
    Siam (Friendly)
    Brunei (Friendly)
    South Vietnam (Friendly)
    Japan (Indifferent)
    Tibet (Indifferent)
    Russia (Indifferent)
    Sulu-Maguindanao (Indifferent)
    Mataram (Indifferent)
    Mongolia (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    8 Banner (Manchu forces) (yellow, bordered yellow (yellow banner with red border), white, red,
    bordered white, bordered red, blue, and bordered blue) - 200,000 troops
    -Forbidden 8 Banner (Beijing) - 100,000 troops
    -Territorial 8 Banner (Other regions) - 100,000 troops
    Green Standard (Han forces) - 600,000 troops
    Red Cannon Corps - 4000 troops
    Irregular Militia (Governor operated)

    Treasury: (1700: 40,000 Fund)

    1668: 14,930,000 taels
    1692: 27,385,631 taels
    1702-1709: 50,000,000 taels
    1710: 45,880,000 taels
    1718: 44,319,033 taels
    1720: 39,317,103 taels
    1721: 32,622,421 taels
    1730: 60,000,000 taels
    1735: 33,950,000 tael
    1775: 73,900,000 taels
    1796: 0 taels

    Important Events:

    1620: Queue Order (Required all Chinese people to have queues. Chinese rebellions)
    1636: Later Jin Dynasty restyled Qing Dynasty
    1645: Made Queue Order law. (Massacred Han Chinese)
    1704: Yangtze and Yellow rivers see unprecedented rush of flooding, the livelihood of the people and economy are damaged
    1717: Dzungars invade Tibet
    1721: Zhu Yigui revolts in Taiwan
    1724: Crackdown of illegal exchange rates of coins
    1725: A series of political intrigue between all the princes of Kangxi
    1727: Kiakhta Peace Treaty (Russia and China)
    1729: Qing acquire East Turkestan
    1750: Burmese King, Mahadammayaza Dipati, begs for military aid without success
    1754: Military sheds brigandine armor in military use (Still used at parades and shows)
    1755: Dzungar revolt
    1757: Dzungar population massacred
    Qing restrict trade with Europeans at Guangzhou
    Muslim rebellion
    1765: Qing invade Burma, but fail to take the capital. Burma becomes a protectorate
    1784: United States enter trade with Qing at Guangzhou
    1786: Taiwan rebels
    1787: Vietnamese King, Le Chieu Thong flees to Beijing and requests Qianlong Emperor to restore the King to his throne in Vietnam
    1788: Qing invade Vietnam, but fail to take capital. Vietnam becomes a protectorate.
    1792: Nepal invades Tibet. Qing defeats the Gorkas, and then invades Nepal, making Nepal a protectorate.
    1793: Britain tries to ally China and offers gifts of technology and money
    1795: Hmong revolt in Hunan and Guizhou
    1796: White Lotus Sect Rebellion

    Emperor:

    Kangxi Emperor (May 4, 1654 - December 20, 1722) (Reigned 1661 - 1722)
    -Holds the longest reign in China.
    -Ascended the throne at age 7. Did not take official authority until he was 15.
    -Defeated the 3 Feudatories, Tibetans, the Dzungars, the Zheng Jing government of Taiwan, and Tzarist Russia.
    -Created the Kangxi Dictionary
    Traits: A Fascination with Foreigners, Believer in Name Only, Likes Uniforms, Army Enthusiast, Divine Right to Rule, Exceptional
    Ancillary: Court Composer

    Yongzheng Emperor (December 13, 1678 - October 8, 1735) (Reigned 1722 - 1735)
    -Cracked down on corruption and waste, and reformed the financial administration.
    -Believed in Confucianism.
    -Used military power to rule.
    -Suspected of usurpation. A lot of court intrigue. (At odds with other princes)
    -Known for his trust in Han officials.
    -14th Prince
    Traits: Pious, A Fascination with Foreigners, Enlightened Despot, Likes Uniforms, Exceptional, Divine Right to Rule, Tyrant, Promotes on Merit
    Ancillary: Historian

    Qianlong Emperor (September 25, 1711 – February 7, 1799) (Reigned 1736 - 1796)
    -Capable martial artist and passionate poet and essayist.
    -Used literary inquisition. (Book burning and banning)
    -In latter years, Emperor became complacent and disillusioned with power and glory, giving control to corrupt officials.
    -Officially established the Dalai Lama as ruler of Tibet.
    -Conquered the Turkestan (Xinjiang), Ili, Burma, Nepal, Gurkha, but failed to restore the Vietnamese Monarchy to power.
    Traits: Interested in Foreigners, Promotes Favourites, Corresponds with the Learned, Enlightened Despot
    Ancillary: None

    Jiaqing Emperor (February 9, 1796 - September 2, 1820) (Reigned 1796 - 1820)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister

    Prince Yinreng (June 16, 1674 – January 27, 1725)
    -Heir apparent for half his life.
    -Favored by Kangxi until insanity arose.
    -Considered insane and immoral.
    -Imprisoned by Kangxi.
    -2nd Prince
    Traits: Embezzler
    Ancillary: Master of Lunacy

    Prince Yinshi (1672 – 1734)
    -Heir apparent for half his life.
    -Considered insane and immoral.
    -Imprisoned by Kangxi.
    -1st Prince
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yinzhi (1677 – 1732)
    -Literary skill
    -3rd Prince
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yinqi (1679 - 1732)
    -5th Prince
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yinyou (1680 - 1730)
    -7th Prince
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yinsi (1681 - 1726)
    -Contended for the crown.
    -Target of mistrust by Yongzheng.
    -8th Prince
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yintang (1683 - 1726)
    -Liked by Kangxi, but held no ambition or genius.
    -Supported Yinsi, and then Yinti.
    -Imprisoned by Yongzheng.
    -9th Prince
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yineh (1683 - 1731)
    -Supported Yinsi.
    -All titles removed, and exiled.
    -10th Prince
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yintao (1685 - 1764)
    -12th Prince
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yinxiang (1686 - April 1730)
    -Minister of Navy
    -Bad health
    -Supported Yongzheng Emperor fully
    -13th Prince
    Traits: Commissioner,
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yinyu (1693 - 1731)
    -15th Prince
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yinlu (1695 - 1768)
    -16th Prince
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yinli (1697 - 1738)
    -Never involved with the power struggles.
    -Intelligent and cautious, and abundant in political achievements.
    -Good at calligraphy and poetry
    -Was passionate at traveling/touring.
    -Loyal
    -17th Prince
    Traits: Economist, Bon Vivant, Tactician, Patron, Stallholder, Honest
    Ancillary: None

    Li Wei (1687 - 1738)
    -Minister of Finance
    -Harsh
    -Extremely trustworthy
    -Born a Beggar
    Traits: Harsh Reputation, Capitalist, Industrial Revolutionary, Fiscal Genius, Upright
    Ancillary: None

    Ertai (1677 - 1745)
    -Loyal
    -Doctor
    -Famous
    Traits: Honest, Bon Vivant, Agrarian
    Ancillary: None

    Li Guangdi (1642 - 1718) (Reigned 1674 - 1718)
    -Minister of Army
    -Spy
    Traits: Strategist
    Ancillary: None

    Heseri Songzhu (1657 - 1735)
    -Grand Councillor
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Shih Shilun (1658 - 1722)
    -Member of the bordered yellow banner.
    -Minister of Justice
    -He was a competent administrator and incorruptible.
    -Magistrate, judge of Hunan
    Traits: Tactician, Harsh Reputation, Incorruptible
    Ancillary: None

    Han Tan (1637 - 1704)
    -Famous essayist.
    -Alcoholic.
    -Board of Ceremonies and Board Civil Offices.
    Traits:
    Ancillary:

    Guo Xiu (1638 - 1715)
    -Censor
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Li Guangdi (1642 - June 26, 1718)
    -Wax Ball Memorial.
    -Viewed very favorably by Kangxi.
    -Attacked by many political intrigues.
    -Skilled in surviving political life.
    -Became the confidant of Kangxi.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Wang Yuanqi (1642 - 1715)
    -Board of Finance
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Lang Tingchen (1663 - 1715)
    -Judicial matters and Infrastructure
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Tulisen (1667 - 1741)
    -Travelled through Russia and Mongolia.
    -Interested in foreign culture.
    Traits:
    Ancillary: None

    Jiang Tingxi (1669 - 1732)
    -Knowledge of literature, industry, and economy
    -Grand Secretariat
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Mang Kuli (1672 - 1736)
    -Salt Censor
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Agent

    Yan Yuan (1635 - 1704)
    -Famous philosopher who was skilled in the art of agriculture
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Pan Lei(1646 - 1708)
    -Mathematician
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Kong Shangren (1648 - 1718)
    -Opera writer
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Wu Linqi (1665 - 1724)
    -Qing scholar and official
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Cao Yin (1656 - 1712)
    -Man of letters, personal confidante to Kangxi
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Qiang Mingshi (1657 - 1732)
    -Famous literature and calligrapher
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Li Gong (1659 - 1733)
    -Famous philosopher who learned and mastered facets of military, art, mathematics, science, etc.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Fang Bao (1668 - 1749)
    -A literary scholar who never ceased his literary pursuits, even when imprisoned.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Tan Zhuyan (1674 - 1756)
    -Scholar
    Traits:
    Ancillary:

    An Qi (1683 - 1742)
    -Korean descent, served as bannerman's slave
    -Salt trader and painting collector
    -Rebuit an entire city's wall with family funds.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Tian Wenjing (1685 - 1736)
    -Spy for Emperor
    -Trustworthy
    -Clever
    Traits: Murderous Imbalance, A Cruel Wit, Triple Agent, Expert Petardier, Secret Molly, Trickster, Intelligencer, Good Saboteur
    Ancillary: Cunning Monkey

    Wu Jingzi (1701 - January 11, 1754)
    -Achieved no merit of his own
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Cao Xueqin (1715 - 1764)
    -Author
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    General/Admiral:

    Longkodo (1649 - 1728)
    -Commanded the capital.
    -Was trusted completely by Kangxi, but suspected by Yongzheng.
    Traits: Great General, Skilled Siege Commander, Soldier from Birth, Steady Under Fire
    Ancillary: None

    Heseri Dingshou (1650 - 1731)
    -One of the greatest military generals during early Qing.
    -Vice Governor of the Mongolian Plain Yellow Banner
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Zhang Tingyu (October 29, 1672 - April 30, 1755)
    -Trusted by all Three Emperors
    -Skilled in literary works
    -Han descent
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Prince Yinti (January 16, 1688 - January 13, 1756)
    -Considered to be a likely heir to the throne.
    -Understood warfare and the frontier.
    -14th Prince
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Nian Gengyao (1679 - January 13, 1726)
    -Member of the bordered yellow banner.
    -Commander of the west, and helped to incorporate Qinghai into the Qing Empire.
    -Wanted power equal to the Emperor, and was forced to suicide by the Yongzheng Emperor.
    Traits: Courageous Leader, Confident Attacker, Hale and Hearty, The Great Outdoors, Genuphobe
    Ancillary: None

    Lan Tingzhen (1664 - 1730)
    -Commander.
    -Fujian/Taiwan
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Shih Shibiao (1666 - 1721)
    -Head of city guard for several cities.
    -Fujian Admiral.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Ah Kodung (1679 - January 13, 1726)
    -Impressive and handsome
    -Held many positions and had strong influence in court.
    Traits:
    Ancillary:

    Yue Chungqi (1686 - 1754)
    -Loyal and brave, multiple conspirators tried to buy him.
    -As a child, bought rank into power.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Navy Units:
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    Qing Imperial Navy Fire Ketch (15 guns) (65)
    Firepower: 200
    Range: 750
    Accuracy: 60
    Reload SKill: 30
    Hull Strength: 4
    Speed: 18
    Maneouverability: 1.3
    Morale: 7
    Recruitment Cost: 1170
    Upkeep Cost: 350

    Qing Imperial Navy War Junk (32 guns) (90)
    Firepower: 200
    Range: 750
    Accuracy: 60
    Reload SKill: 30
    Hull Strength: 8
    Speed: 16
    Maneouverability: 1.1
    Morale: 9
    Recruitment Cost: 1170
    Upkeep Cost: 350

    Qing Imperial Navy Sea Junk (55 guns) (130)
    Firepower: 200
    Range: 750
    Accuracy: 60
    Reload SKill: 30
    Hull Strength: 10
    Speed: 15
    Maneouverability: 1.0
    Morale: 10
    Recruitment Cost: 1170
    Upkeep Cost: 350

    Qing Imperial Navy Admiral's Junk (84 guns) (200)
    Firepower: 200
    Range: 750
    Accuracy: 75
    Reload SKill: 45
    Hull Strength: 20
    Speed: 13
    Maneouverability: 0.6
    Morale: 13
    Recruitment Cost: 1170
    Upkeep Cost: 350




    Ayutthaya Kingdom
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorates: Cambodia

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights: China, North Vietnam, Mughal Empire, Japan, Persia, Portugal, Spain, United Provinces, France

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    South Vietnam (Unfriendly)
    Cambodia (Unfriendly)
    Laos (Unfriendly)
    France (Friendly)
    North Vietnam (Friendly)
    China (Friendly)
    Mughal Empire (Friendly)
    Persia (Friendly)
    Japan (Friendly)
    Portugal (Friendly)
    Spain (Friendly)
    United Provinces (Friendly)

    Military:

    Elephants important

    Treasury: (1700: 15000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1715: War with South Vietnam over Cambodia.
    Burma begins hostilities with Siam.
    1767: Ayutthaya sacked. King Taksin sets capital at Thonburi.

    King:

    King Phetracha (1632 - 1703) (Reigned 1688 - 1703)
    Traits: Status Quo, Devout, Likes Uniforms, Divine Right to Rule, Interested in Foreigners
    Ancillary: Historian

    King Sanphet VIII (1655-1709) (Reigned 1703 - 1709)
    -Considered the Tiger King
    Traits: Tyrant, Hunting Fishing and Shooting, Iron Fist, Eccentric, Morally Impaired
    Ancillary: Fearsome Executioner

    King Sanphet IX (1672 - 1733) (Reigned 1709 - 1733)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Boromakot (1692 - 1758) (Reigned 1732 - 1758)
    -Took the throne through civil war.
    -Rebuilt Buddhist pagodas and supported monks to help the country.
    -Focused only on religion and military, let infrastructure go.
    Traits: Pious, Enlightened Despot, Army Enthusiast
    Ancillary: None

    King Uthumporn (1713 - 1796) (Reigned 1758 - 1758)
    -Chose to become a monk after 2 months as King due to political strife.
    -Eliminated his two half-brothers once in power.
    Traits: Pious, Honest, Bon Vivant
    Ancillary: None

    King Ekathat (1717 - 1767) (Reigned 1758 - 1767)
    Traits: Eccentric, Lewd and Loose, Morally Impaired
    Ancillary: None

    King Taksin (April 17, 1734 - April 7, 1782) (Reigned Spring 1768 - Spring 1782)
    Traits: Likes Uniforms, Autocrat, Bon Vivant, Honest, Jug Head, Divine Right to Rule, A Little Too Clever
    Ancillary: None

    King Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke (March 20, 1737 - September 7, 1809) (Reigned Winter 1782 - Spring 1809)
    Traits: Likes Uniforms, Devout, Tyrant, Bon Vivant, Majestic
    Ancillary: None

    King Buddha Loetla Nabhalai (February 24, 1767 - July 21, 1824) (Reigned Winter 1809 - Winter 1824)
    Traits: Drawing Room Philosopher
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:

    Navy Units:
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    Ayutthaya Navy War Junk (24 guns) (80)
    Firepower: 200
    Range: 750
    Accuracy: 60
    Reload SKill: 40
    Hull Strength: 6
    Speed: 18
    Maneouverability: 1.5
    Morale: 9
    Recruitment Cost: 1170
    Upkeep Cost: 350




    Trinh Lords
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    Government: Constitutional Monarchy

    Protectorates:

    Peace Treaty: China (Winter 1673 – Winter 1774), South Vietnam (Winter 1674 - Winter 1774)

    Trade Rights: China, Siam

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Friendly)
    China (Friendly)
    South Vietnam (Indifferent)
    France (Unfriendly)
    Cambodia (Unfriendly)
    Laos (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 10000 Fund)

    1727: 0 Fund

    Important Events:

    1704: Uneasy Peace with Khmer Empire.
    1711: Villages began to avoid paying taxes. By 1713, only a 1/3 of the population was actually being taxed.
    1727: Northern Vietnam bankrupt. Revolts occur.
    1730-1740: A third of all villages under the Trinh had deserted. Similar corruption and decay occured with the Nguyen.
    1782: Civil War.

    Lord:

    Lord Trinh Can (?-1709) (Reigned 1682 - 1709)
    Traits: Promotes on Merit, Enlightened Despot, Drawing Room Philosopher
    Ancillary: None

    Lord Trinh Cuong (?-1729) (Reigned 1709 - 1729)
    Traits: Corresponds with the Learned, Harsh Reputation, Believer in Name Only
    Ancillary: None

    Lord Trinh Giang (? - 1740) (Reigned 1729 - 1740)
    Traits: Lackwit, Lewd and Loose, An Inappropriate use of Fingers
    Ancillary: Circassian Beauty

    Lord Trịnh Doanh (? - 1767) (Reigned 1740 - 1767)
    Traits: Iron Fist, Army Enthusiast
    Ancillary: Fearsome Executioner

    Lord Trinh Sam (? - 1782) (Reigned 1767 - 1782)
    Traits: Iron Fist, Army Enthusiast, Likes Uniforms
    Ancillary: None

    Lord Trinh Khai (? - 1786) (Reigned 1782 - 1786)
    -Fought a civil war against his half brother Trinh Man which divided the country.
    -Committed suicide after failing to defeat the Tay Son.
    Traits: Army Enthusiast, Honest
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Trinh Vuong (1673 - 1746)
    -Made up.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:

    Trinh Nam (1669 - 1738)
    -Made up.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Navy Units:
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    Trinh Navy War Junk (32 guns) (90)
    Firepower: 200
    Range: 750
    Accuracy: 40
    Reload SKill: 30
    Hull Strength: 9
    Speed: 16
    Maneouverability: 1.1
    Morale: 9
    Recruitment Cost: 1170
    Upkeep Cost: 350

    Trinh Navy Frigate (50 guns) (140)
    Firepower: 200
    Range: 750
    Accuracy: 40
    Reload SKill: 20
    Hull Strength: 12
    Speed: 12
    Maneouverability: 1.1
    Morale: 9
    Recruitment Cost: 2170
    Upkeep Cost: 350


    Last edited by Tan Zhi Han; February 20, 2010 at 05:29 AM.

    Deciphering The Zodiac - Check It Out!

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    Default Re: Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac (Focus on Qing Dynasty)

    Minor


    Emergent

    Rebels (Certain regions will contain certain rebels - Rebels other than the base nation)


    Minor Factions

    Aceh Sultanate
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights: Ottoman Empire, France, United Province, Britain, Brunei

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Ottoman Empire (Very Friendly)
    France (Friendly)
    Brunei (Friendly)
    Kedah (Unfriendly)
    United Provinces (Hostile)
    Britain (Hostile)
    Portugal (Hostile)
    Johor (Hostile)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 12000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1781: British conquer all Dutch settlements along the west coast of Sumatra.
    1783: By the Treaty of Paris, the British returned the Dutch colonies but secured the right to trade throughout the Dutch island
    possessions.

    Sultan:

    Sultan Badrul Alam Sharif Hashim Jamaluddin (1673 - 1702) (Reigned 1699 - 1702)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Perkara Alam Sharif Lamtui (1678 - 1703) (Reigned 1702 - 1703)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Jamalul Alam Badrul Munir (1686 - 1726) (Reigned 1703 - 1726)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Jawharul Alam Aminuddin (1682 - 1726) (Reigned 1726)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Shamsul Alam (1687 - 1727) (Reigned 1726 - 1727)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Alauddin IV Ahmad Shah (1693 - 1735) (Reigned 1727 - 1735)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Alauddin V Shah Johan (1714 - 1760) (Reigned 1735 - 1760)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Mahmud Shah I (1737 - 1781) (Reigned 1760 - 1781)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Badrud Din (1738 - 1785) (Reigned 1764 - 1785)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Sulayman Shah (1740 - 1781) (Reigned 1775 - 1781)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Alauddin VI Muhammad Daud Shah (1763 - 1795) (Reigned 1781 - 1795)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Alauddin VII Jawharul Alam (1770 - 1824) (Reigned 1795 - 1815) (1818 - 1824)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Minister:

    Agent:

    Dawud al-Fatani (1760): leading scholar at the Acehnese Sultanate during period of Sultan ‘Ala al-Din Mahmud Shah.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    General/Admiral:



    Brunei Sultanate
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights: China, Mughal Empire, Ottoman Empire, Cambodia, Siam, Java, Sumatra, Mindanao

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Aceh (Friendly)
    Johor (Friendly)
    China (Friendly)
    Mughal Empire (Friendly)
    Ottoman Empire (Friendly)
    Cambodia (Friendly)
    Siam (Friendly)
    Sulu-Maguindanao (Friendly)
    Banjar (Friendly)
    Bone (Indifferent)
    New Spain (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 15000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1769: British East India Company makes several attempts to colonize Brunei.

    Sultan:

    Sultan Nassaruddin (1652 - 1705) (Reigned 1690 - 1705)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Hussin Kamaluddin (1689 - 1762) (Reigned 1705 - 1730) (1745 - 1762)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Muhammad Alauddin (1678 - 1745) (Reigned 1730 - 1745)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin I (1740 - 1795) (Reigned 1762 - 1795)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Muhammad Tajuddin (1759 - 1807) (Reigned 1796 - 1807)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Muhammad Jamalul Alam I (1780 - 1807) (Reigned 1806 - 1807)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Muhammad Kanzul Alam (1798 - 1829) (Reigned 1807 - 1829)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:



    Bone Sultanate
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    Government: Republic

    Protectorate Of: United Provinces

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Johor (Friendly)
    United Provinces (Friendly)
    Sulu-Maguindanao (Indifferent)
    Kedah (Indifferent)
    Brunei (Indifferent)
    Aceh (Unfriendly)
    Banjar (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Mercenary Clans

    Treasury: (1700: 7000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    Arumpone:

    Arumpone Matinroe ri Nagauleng (1654 - 1714) (Reigned 1696 - 1714)
    Traits: Status Quo
    Ancillaries: None

    Arumpone Matinroe ri Tipuluna (1678 - 1749) (Reigned 1714 - 1715) (1720) (1724 - 1738) (1741 - 1749)
    -Female
    Traits: Enlightened Despot, Majestic
    Ancillaries: None

    Arumpone Matinroe ri Beula (1693 - 1720) (Reigned 1715 - 1720)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Arumpone Sultan Idris Azim ud-din (1696 - 1721) (Reigned 1720 - 1721)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Arumpone Sultan Abdul Kadir (1698 - 1724) (Reigned 1721 - 1724)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Arumpone Siti Nafisah (1729 - 1741) (Reigned 1738 - 1741)
    -Female
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Arumpone Matinroe ri Malimungang (1736 - 1775) (Reigned 1750 - 1775)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Arumpone Matinroe ri Rompegading (1757 - 1812) (Reigned 1775 - 1812)
    Traits: Army Enthusiast
    Ancillaries: None

    Minister:

    Temenggung (Title)

    Demang (title)

    Agent:

    Muhammed bin Abdul Wahab (1703 - 1787)
    Traits: Upright
    Ancillaries: Scholarly Imam

    General/Admiral:

    Navy Units:
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    Bugis Pirate Ship (22 guns) (90)
    Firepower: 200
    Range: 750
    Accuracy: 75
    Reload SKill: 45
    Hull Strength: 8
    Speed: 16
    Maneouverability: 1.0
    Morale: 10
    Recruitment Cost: 1170
    Upkeep Cost: 350

    Bugis Prahus Ship (4 guns) (25)
    Firepower: 200
    Range: 750
    Accuracy: 75
    Reload SKill: 45
    Hull Strength: 4
    Speed: 18
    Maneouverability: 1.5
    Morale: 8
    Recruitment Cost: 1170
    Upkeep Cost: 350

    Bugis Pinisi Ship (12 guns) (60)
    Firepower: 200
    Range: 750
    Accuracy: 75
    Reload SKill: 45
    Hull Strength: 7
    Speed: 13
    Maneouverability: 1.2
    Morale: 9
    Recruitment Cost: 1170
    Upkeep Cost: 350




    Banjar Sultanate
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Sulu-Maguindanao (Friendly)
    Brunei (Friendly)
    Mataram (Indifferent)
    Bone (Unfriendly)
    United Province (Unfriendly)
    Britain (Hostile)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1700: Tahlilillah becomes Sultan of Banjar
    1701: Sultan of Banjar tries to eject the British post there by force, but fails.
    1706: Banjar finally throws out the British.
    1733: Arung Singkang attacks Banjar.
    1745: Tamjidillah becomes Sultan of Banjar.
    1747: VOC establishes a presence at Banjarmasin.
    1750: Berau in East Kalimantan becomes independent. (Rebellion in Banten against Ratu Sarifa and VOC).
    1786: Sultan of Banjar cedes sovereignty to VOC

    Sultan:

    Sultan Tahlilillah (1678 - 1752) (Reigned 1700 - 1745)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Tamjidillah (1722 - 1778) (Reigned 1745 - 1778)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Tahmidillah (1751 - 1810) (Reigned 1778 - 1808)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Suleman (1783 - 1825) (Reigned 1808 - 1825)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    Abdul al-Samad al Palimbani (1704 - 1789)
    -Prominent Malay-Indonesian scholar in 18th century networks.
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Muhammad Arshad (1710 - 1812):
    -One of the best-known scholars of Kalimantan
    -Spread Sammaniyyah tariqah
    -Introduced new religious ideas and institutions in S. Kalimantan
    -Reformed administration of justice in Sultanate of Banjar and put Islamic law into effect
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Muhammad Nafis (1735 - 1823)
    -Born into Banjar royal family.
    -Famous sufi scholar.
    -Works printed in Cairo and Mecca
    -A proponent of Muslim activism and crucial in expanding Islam in Kalimantan.
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Dawud al-Fatani (1740 - 1828)
    -Built Islamic propagation, Gresik
    -Wrote 57 works.
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Muhammed Khalil al-Muradi (1759 - 1791)
    -Contemporary of al-Palimbani
    -Known for Silk al-Durar (4-volume biography dictionary)
    -Had wide connectins with major scholars in the networks.
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    General/Admiral:



    Dzunghar Khanate
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    Government: Republic

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights: China, Tibet

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    China (Unfriendly)
    Tibet (Friendly)
    Russia (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Mongolian Horde

    Treasury: (1700: 6000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1717: Dzungars invade Tibet
    1755: Dzungar revolt
    1757: Dzungar population massacred

    Khan:

    Khan Tsewang Rabtan (1643 - 1727) (Reigned 1694 – 1727)
    -Ambitious designs for Tibet
    -Clever use of political tactics
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Khan Galdan Tseren (1667 - 1745) (Reigned 1727 – 1745)
    Traits: Iron Fist, Likes Uniforms
    Ancillary: None

    Khan Tsewang Dorji Namjal (1689 - 1750) (Reigned 1745 – 1750)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Khan Lama Dorji (1686 - January 13, 1752) (Reigned 1750 - 1752)
    -Killed by Dawachi and Amursana
    -Overthrew his younger brother Namjal.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Khan Dawachi (1687 - 1755) (Reigned 1752 - 1755)
    -Killed his cousin Lama.
    Traits: Tyrant, Honest
    Ancillary: None

    Khan Amursana (1727 - October 1757) (Reigned 1755 - 1757)
    Traits: Iron Fist, No Sense of Shame, Army Enthusiast, Pox-Ridden, Hunting Fishing and Shooting
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:



    Gelugpa Sect
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of: China

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights: China, Mongolia

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Burma (Friendly)
    China (Indifferent)
    Mongolia (Unfriendly)
    Mughal Empire (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1717: Dzungars invade Tibet

    Dalai Lama:

    Dalai Lama Tsangyang Gyatso (1683–1706) (Recognized 1688) (Reigned 1697–1706)
    -Very erratic and lustful
    -Viewed as a deviant
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Dalai Lama Kelzang Gyatso (1708 – 1757) (Recognized ?) (Reigned 1720–1757)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Dalai Lama Jamphel Gyatso (1758 – 1804) (Recognized 1760) (Reigned 1762–1804)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Dalai Lama Lungtok Gyatso (1806 – 1815) (Recognized 1807) (Reigned 1810–1815)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Dalai Lama Tsultrim Gyatso (1816 – 1837) (Recognized 1820) (Reigned 1822–1837)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:

    Lhabzang Khan (1676–1717)
    -Ambitious, invaded Tibet and had Dalai Lama Tsangyang Gyatso killed.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None



    Johor Sultanate
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Bone (Friendly)
    United Provinces (Friendly)
    Brunei (Indifferent)
    Kedah (Hostile)
    Aceh (Hostile)
    Portugal (Hostile)

    Military:

    Largely Mercenary

    Treasury: (1700: 6000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    Sultan:

    Sultan Abdul Jalil IV (1672 - 1720) (Reigned 1699 - 1720)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Abdul Jalil Rahmat Shah (1672 - 1722) (Reigned 1718 - 1722)
    Traits: Tyrant
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Sulaiman Badrul Alam Shah (1696 - 1760) (Reigned 1722 - 1760)
    Traits: Enlightened Despot
    Ancillaries:

    Sultan Abdul Jalil Muazzam Shah (1703 - 1761) (Reigned 1760 - 1761)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Ahmad Riayat Shah (1722 - 1761)) (Reigned 1761)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Mahmud Shah III () (Reigned 1761 - 1812)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Minister:

    Sa Akar Di-Raja, ()
    -Raja Temenggung Muar I
    -Ruled muar fief under Johor.

    Daeng Merawah (1675 - 1733)
    -Younger brother of Parani.
    -Established as crown prince by Sulaiman.
    -Directed political affairs of the court.

    Daeng Menambun (1676 - 1741)
    -Younger brother of Parani.
    -Established as crown prince by Sulaiman.
    -Directed political affairs of the court.

    Daeng Merawah (1675 - 1733)
    -Younger brother of Parani.
    -Established as crown prince by Sulaiman.
    -Directed political affairs of the court.

    Daeng Lumu (1705 - 1778)
    -Son of Daeng Chelak.
    -Established Sultanate of Selangor.

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:

    Daeng Parani (1671 - 1726)
    -Bugis Mercenary who decided who was Sultan via military force.
    -Married royalty.
    -General

    Daeng Chelak (1679 - 1745)
    -Brother of Parani.
    -General

    Daeng Kemasi (1682 - 1754)
    -Youngest brother of the Daengs.
    -Admiral

    Navy Units:
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    Balos

    Lancharas

    Bantis




    Joseon Dynasty
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of: China

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights: China, Japan, Ottoman Empire

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    China (Friendly)
    Japan (Unfriendly)
    Russia (Friendly)
    Ottoman Empire (Indifferent)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 10000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1708: Uniform Land Tax Law enacted
    1785: Catholicism outlawed as evil

    King:

    King Sukjong (1661–1720) (Reigned 1674 - 1720)
    -Political genius, but reign was filled with political strife and conflict.
    -Worked with the Qing to keep peace.
    Traits: Exceptional, Rather Clever
    Ancillary: None

    King Gyeongjong (1688-1724) (Reigned 1720 - 1724)
    -Rein filled with political conflict.
    -Never accomplished much politically.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Yeongjo (1694 - 1776) (Reigned 1724 - 1776)
    -Made many political and economic reforms.
    -Made many social reforms. (Education, Religion, Class)
    Traits: Devout, Concerned by Spying, Enlightened Despot, Corresponds with the Learned
    Ancillary: Secret Policemen

    King Jeongjo (1752–1800) (Reigned 1776 - 1800)
    -Established Kyujanggak, an Imperial Library.
    -Famous for social and culture reforms.
    Traits: Rather Clever, Enlightened Despot, Corresponds with the Learned, Drawing Room Philosopher
    Ancillary: None

    King Sunjo (1790-1834) (Reigned 1800 - 1834)
    -Helped further his father's social reforms.
    Traits: Enlightened Despot
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:

    Navy Units:
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    Joseon Imperial Navy Turtle Ship

    Joseon Imperial Navy Panokseon




    Kedah Sultanate
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Bone (Indifferent)
    United Provinces (Hostile)
    Britain (Hostile)
    Portugal (Hostile)
    Johor (Hostile)

    Military:

    Tended to use mercenaries

    Treasury: (1700: 6000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1713: Civil War within royal family
    1722: Civil War within royal family
    1770: Civil War within royal family

    Sultan:

    Sultan Abdullah I Al Muazzam Shah (1672 - 1706) (Reigned 1698 - 1706)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Ahman Tajuddin Halim Shah I (1675 - 1709) (Reigned 1706 - 1709)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Abdullah II (1690 - 1723) (Reigned 1709 - 1723)
    Traits: Autocrat
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Atadullah Muhammed III (1704 - 1741) (Reigned 1723 - 1741)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Muhammed Jiwa Zainal Abidin II (1720 - 1778) (Reigned 1741 - 1778)
    -Provided stability and increased trade and agriculture.
    Traits: Autocrat, Bon Vivant, Stallholder
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Abdullah Makarram Shah III (1754 - 1797) (Reigned 1778 - 1797)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Ziyauddin Mukarram Shah II (1738 - 1803) (Reigned 1797 - 1803)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Ahmad Tajuddin II Halim Shah (1774 - 1843) (Reigned 1803 - 1843)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Minister:

    -Raja Muda (Head)
    -Penghulu Bendahari (Treasury)
    -Pahlawan Hulubalang (Army)
    -Laksamana (Navy)
    -Tumenggung (Justice)

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:



    Lan Xang Federation
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    Government: Republic

    Protectorate Of: None

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights: None

    Allies: None

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Burma (Unfriendly)
    Siam (Unfriendly)
    Vietnam (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1707: Luang Prabang seceded from Lan Xang.
    1713: Champasack seceded from Lan Xang.
    Lan Xang ceased to exist as a sovereign state.
    1752: Luang Prabang sided with Siam and was invaded by Burma.
    1778: Annexation of Vieng Chan by Siam.
    Siam supplanted Burmese rule in Luang Prabang.
    Champasack supported Burma and was invaded by Siam. Champasack became Siam's dependent state.
    1782: Vieng Chan became Siam's subject.
    1805-1828: Anouvong acceded to the throne.
    1806: Anouvong allied with Vietnam.
    1827: Anouvong led three armies against Siam but was defeated.
    Siam attacked Vieng Chan
    1828: Anouvong launched another attack against Siam, but was defeated.

    King:

    King Setthathirath II (1685 - 1730) (Reigned 1698 - 1730)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Ong Long (1702 - 1767) (Reigned 1730 - 1767)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Ong Bun (1730 - 1781) (Reigned Winter 1767 - Spring 1778) (1780 - 1781)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Thai Governor (? - ?) (Reigned Winter 1778 - Spring 1780)

    King Nanthasen (1753 - 1795) (Reigned Winter 1781 - Winter 1795)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Intharavong Setthathirath III (1764 - 1805) (February 2, 1795 - February 7, 1805)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Anouvong (1767 - 1829) (February 7, 1805 - November 12, 1828)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    King Kitsarath (1666 - 1713) (1698 - 1713)
    -Luang Prabang
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Ong Kham (1679 - 1731) (1713 - 1723)
    -Luang Prabang
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Thao Ang (1693 - 1749) (1723 - 1749)
    -Luang Prabang
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Sotika Koumane (1734 - 1771) (1749 - 1768)
    -Luang Prabang
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Suryavong II (1751 - 1791) (1768 - 1788)
    -Luang Prabang
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Anurutha (1735 - 1819) (1768 - 1819)
    -Luang Prabang
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Nan Rath (1674 - 1713) (1700 - 1713)
    -Champasak
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Nokasat (1690 - 1738) (1700 - 1713)
    -Champasak
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Saya Kuman (1710 - 1791) (1738 - 1791)
    -Champasak
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Fai Na (1757 - 1811) (1791 - 1811)
    -Champasak
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:



    Mataram Sultanate
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of: None

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights: China, Britain, United Provinces, Portugal

    Allies: United Provinces

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    United Provinces (Indifferent)
    China (Indifferent)
    Britain (Unfriendly)
    Portugal (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Mainly

    Treasury: (1700: 10000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1703: Civil war over succession
    1717: Rebellions across East Java
    1719: Civil war over succession
    1723: Civil wars and political intrigues
    1741: Chinese Rebellion War
    1746: Civil War of Royals
    1754: Negotiations end civil war
    1749: Mataram Sultunate becomes a protectorate of the United Provinces

    Susuhunan:

    Susuhunan Amangkurat II (1645-1703) (Reigned 1677 – Winter 1703)
    Traits: Rather Clever
    Ancillary: None

    Susuhunan Pakubuwono I (1662-1719) (Reigned Spring 1704 - Spring 1719)
    Traits: Autocrat, Likes Uniforms, Interested in Foreigners
    Ancillary: None

    Susuhunan Amangkurat IV (1681-1726) (Reigned Winter 1719 - Spring 1726)
    Traits: Concerned by Spying
    Ancillary: None

    Susuhunan Pakubuwono II (1683-1749) (Reigned Winter 1726 - Spring 1749)
    Traits: A Fascination with Foreigners, Enlightened Despot, Iron Fist, Divine Right to Rule
    Ancillary: None

    Susuhunan Pakubuwono III (1701-1788) (Reigned Winter 1749 - Spring 1788)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Susuhunan Pakubuwono IV (1745-1820) (Reigned Winter 1788 - Winter 1820)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:



    Nguyen Lords
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: North Vietnam (Winter 1674 - Winter 1774)

    Trade Rights: China, Japan, Portugal

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    China (Friendly)
    Japan (Friendly)
    North Vietnam (Indifferent)
    Portugal (Indifferent)
    France (Unfriendly)
    Laos (Unfriendly)
    Cambodia (Hostile)
    Siam (Hostile)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 9000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    Lord:

    Lord Nguyen Phuc Chu (1675 - 1725) (Reigned 1691–1725)
    -Champa ruler rebelled and obtained autonomy.
    -Began expansion into Cambodia.
    Traits: Army Enthusiast, Autocrat
    Ancillary: None

    Lord Nguyen Phuc Tru (1696 - 1738) (Reigned 1725 - 1738)
    -Seized more Cambodian territory.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Lord Nguyen Phuc Khoat (1714 - 1765) (Reigned 1738 - 1765)
    -Helped Ang Tong become ruler of Oudongk.
    Traits: Bon Vivant, Autocrat
    Ancillary: None

    Lord Nguyen Phuc Thuan (1754 – Winter 1777) (Reigned 1765 - Winter 1777)
    -Myriads of uprising occured during reign.
    -Ultimately executed along with his court by the Tay Son.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Lord Nguyen Phuc Anh (1762 – 1820) (Reigned Spring 1778 - 1801)
    Traits: Interested in Foreigners, Likes Uniforms, Enlightened Despot, Rather Clever, Believer in Name Only
    Ancillary: Architect, Controller of Works

    Minister:

    Nguyen Phuc Trinh (1679 - 1742)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Nguyen Phuc Tu (1697 - 1754)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Nguyen Phuc Dien (1698 - 1761)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Nguyen Phuc Phong (1700 - 1777)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Po Saktiraidaputih (1672 - 1728)
    -Cham Lord
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Oknha Dat (1678 - 1744)
    -Cham Aristocrat who hired a Chinese Mercenary to restore the Cham.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Po Ganvuhdaputih (1676 - 1730)
    -Cham Lord
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Po Thuttirai (1682 - 1731)
    -Cham Lord
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None


    Agent:

    General/Admiral:



    Oudongk Kingdom
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of: Siam

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Allies:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    China (Friendly)
    Japan (Friendly)
    North Vietnam (Indifferent)
    Siam (Indifferent)
    Portugal (Indifferent)
    France (Indifferent)
    Laos (Unfriendly)
    South Vietnam (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    King:

    King Chey Chettha VI () (Reigned 1675-1695, 1696-1699, 1700-1702, 1703-1706)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Keao Fa III () (Reigned 1699 - 1700) (1710 - 1722)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Thommaracha III () (Reigned 1702 - 1703) (1706 - 1709) (1738 - 1747)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Satha II () (Reigned 1722 - 1729) (1749)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Thommaracha IV () (Reigned 1747)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Ramathibodey III () (Reigned 1747 - 1748) (1756 - 1757)
    -Took power through Nguyen and Mac aid.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Chey Chettha V () (Reigned 1749 - 1755)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Narayanaracha II () (Reigned 1758 - 1775)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Ream Racha () (Reigned 1775 - 1779)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Narayanaracha III () (Reigned 1779 - 1796)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Ottey Racha () (Reigned 1796 - 1834)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:

    Navy Units:
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    Bayon

    Bantea Chmar





    Sulu Sultanate
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights: China

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Brunei (Friendly)
    Johor (Friendly)
    Bone (Indifferent)
    China (Indifferent)
    Banjar (Indifferent)
    New Spain (Hostile)

    Military:

    Largely Mercenary

    Treasury: (1700: 7000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1701: Mustafa kills Maguindanao Sultan
    1718-1772: Fifth Stage of Moro Wars
    1718: Real Fuerza de San Jose (Fort Pilar) reconstructed
    1720: Sulu-Maguindanao-Dutch joint attack on Fort Pilar
    1726: On December 11, Sulu Sultan Badar signs peace treaty with Manila Spain
    1731: Manila governor-general F. Valdez y Timon sent Ignacio Iriberri to recapture Jolo with a regiment of 1,000 Spaniards
    1734: On December 6, Sultan Nasar attempts to recapture Fort Pilar in Ciudad de Zamboanga and to possess Taytay in Palawan.
    1735: Spanish counterinvade and take Jolo
    1737: February 1, Sultan Alim I signs a bilateral alliance treaty with F. Valdez y Tamon that provides peace in the region
    1748: Sultan Muiz ud-Din takes throne, cancelling the 1737 peace treaty
    1749: In Malacanang, now under Arrechderra, exiled Sultan Alim I is made a Catholic and titled King Ferdinand I of Sulu
    To relieve the shame put upon the Sulu, Sultan Alim I’s daughter Fatima sought his release in exchange for sixty Spaniards
    1750: Sultan Muiz and Brunei Sultan Omar Ali Saif ud-Dein declare war on New Spain
    On April 29, After being reinstated as Sultan by Malacanang, he was arrested on his way back to Jolo by Zacarias
    1751: July 12, Sultan Alim ud-Din was returned to the care of Fort Pilar
    On December 21, a furious Manila governor-general F. Valdez y Tamon issued a decree:
    (1) The extermination of all Moros with fire and sword
    (2) The destruction of all their crops and desolate their lands
    (3) Make Moro captives
    (4) Recover Christian slaves
    (5) Exempt all Christians from payment of any taxes and tributes while engaged in the termination of these Moros
    1754: Three Jesuit priests led by Fray Jose Ducos establish a Catholic congregation in Sulu
    For the first time a Jihad was exercised by the Sultan of Maguindanao against Manila
    March 3, the Manila Spanish government signed another peace treaty with Sultan Muiz ud-Din
    1755: A Manila Spanish contingent of 1,900 men led by captains Simeon Valdez and Pedro Gastambide was sent to Jolo to attack Sulu
    1761: Alexander Dalrymple, concluded an agreement with Sultan Muiz ud-Din to set up a trading post in Balembangan of Sulu
    1763: Dalrymple maliciously renamed Balembangan and hoisted the British flag to the ire of Sultan Muiz ud-Din
    Madras British East India Company send officer John Herbert, to build a settlement in Balembangan but plan was abandoned in 1775
    British soldiers invaded and successfully captured May Nilad
    The British restore an exiled Sulu Sultan Alim ud-Din I to his throne in Jolo
    Sulu sign trade rights and alliance, with mutual military access
    1769: Sultan Alim I orders the continuous raiding of northern Philippines, takings thousands of captives to be sold to the Dutch.
    1771: Sultan Alim ud-Din declared a jihad against the Manila Spaniards for unlawfully detaining him on his way home at Fort Pilar
    1775: Datu Tating in twenty vessels with 4,000 pirates assaults the British base in Sulu and steals millions in booty.
    1796: Spanish admiral Jose Alava sent from Madrid with the most powerful naval fleet to combat Moro pirate attacks in Sulu Sea
    1798: Real Fuerza del Pilar de Zaragosa in Ciudad de Zamboanga bombarded by the British navy
    1803: Robert J. Fraquhar to turn Balembangan into a military station, but abandoned it in November 1805
    1805: The British government withdrew her military base in Sulu

    Sultan:

    Sultans Sahab ud-Din & Mustafa Shaif ud-Din () (Reigned 1663 - 1704)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Badar ud-Din I () (Reigned 1704 - 1734)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Nassar ud-Din () (Reigned 1734 - 1735)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Mohammad Alim ud-Din I () (Reigned 1735 - 1748) (1763 - 1773)
    -Mocked and disgraced by Manila with the title of King Ferdinand I.
    Traits: Naval Enthusiast
    Ancillaries: Foul-Mouthed Parrot

    Sultan Muiz ud-Din () (Reigned 1748 - 1763)
    Traits: Naval Enthusiast
    Ancillaries: Presentation Sword

    Sultan Isirail () (Reigned 1773 - 1778)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultans Alim ud-Din II, Sarap ud-Din, Alim ud-Din III () (Reigned 1778 - 1808)
    Traits: Naval Enthusiast
    Ancillaries: Naval Surgeon

    Minister:

    Sultan Kahar ud-Din Kuda (? - August 10, 1702) (Reigned Winter 1699 - Winter 1702)
    -Called for aid from Sulus to consolidate kingdom, but due to misunderstanding, the Sulu Sultan killed Kuda.
    Traits: Army Enthusiast, Navy Enthusiast
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Bayan ul-Anwar (? - 1745) (Reigned 1702 - 1736)
    -In 1701, he was already intriguing against his uncle the sultan.
    Traits: Interested in Spying
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Muhammad Jafar Sadiq Manamir (? - March 1733) (Reigned 1710 - Spring 1733)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Muhammad Tahir ud-Din (Reigned 1736 - 1748)
    -Rule always contested, retired to the interior to die.
    Traits: Cautious
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Muhammad Khair ud-Din (Reigned 1733 - 1755)
    -Fought off contestants to the throne.
    Traits: Tyrant
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Pahar ud-Din (Reigned 1755 - 1780)
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Sultan Kibad Sahriyal (Reigned 1780 - 1805)
    -Friendly with Spaniards.
    -Called Sultan before the predecessor was dead.
    Traits: Interested in Foreigners
    Ancillaries: None

    Kawasa Anwar ud-Din (Reigned 1805 - 1830)
    -He entered into a peaceful treaty with the Spaniards in 1805.
    Traits: None
    Ancillaries: None

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:

    Navy Units:
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    Balos

    Lancharas

    Bantis




    Tokugawa Shogunate
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights: Siam, Korea, United Provinces, China

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Friendly)
    South Vietnam (Friendly)
    Korea (Unriendly)
    China (Indifferent)
    France (Unfriendly)
    Britain (Unfriendly)
    Portugal (Unfriendly)
    United Provinces: (Indifferent)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 12000 Fund)

    Important Events:
    1700: Kabuki becomes popular in Japan.
    1703: The Choshingura (also called the Forty-seven Ronin) Incident occurrs
    A great earthquake and fire at Edo occur.
    1707: Last eruption of Mount Fuji
    1715: Quantity of copper exported to the United Provinces limited greatly
    1720: Yoshimune removes the ban on western subjects
    1732-1733: Yoshimune gives relief for famines
    1742: Criminal activity coded for more efficient judiciary system
    1758: Suppression of scholars
    1760-1786: Rebellions occur, Shinto revival occurs in response to growing presence of Confucianism
    1783: A great eruption of Mount Asama and a famine in the north climax a series of disasters.
    1787: Rice riots explode in Edo
    1793: Several natural disasters occur

    Shogun:

    Shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi (February 23, 1646 - February 19, 1709) (Reigned 1680 - 1709)
    -Ruled with Buddhist principles.
    -Strict administration of laws.
    -Ruined Edo's finances.
    Traits: Devout, Tyrant, Iron Fist
    Ancillaries:

    Shogun Tokugawa Ienobu (June 11, 1662 - November 12, 1712) (Reigned 1709 - 1713)
    -Applied important economic reforms.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Shogun Tokugawa Ietsugu (August 8, 1709 - June 19, 1716) (Reigned 1713 - 1716)
    -Was an infant at the time of his rule.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Shogun Tokugawa Yoshimune (November 27 1684 - July 12, 1751) (Reigned 1716 – 1745)
    -Very capable. Brought about military and economic reform.
    -Encouraged scholarship.
    -Society still began to break down.
    Traits: Army Enthusiast, Autocrat, Enlightened Despot
    Ancillaries:

    Shogun Tokugawa Ieharu (January 28, 1712 - July 13, 1761) (Reigned 1760 - 1786)
    -Able, but didn't affect much.
    -Uninterested in government.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Shogun Tokugawa Ienari (November 18, 1773 - March 22, 1841) (Reigned Spring 1786 - 1837)
    -A lecher.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:
    None

    Minister (Roju):

    Manabe Akifusa () (Reigned Spring 1693 - Spring 1716)
    -Head
    -Wanted change
    -Disliked by Nobility

    Arai Hakuseki (March 24, 1657 - June 29, 1725) (Reigned Spring 1693 - Spring 1716)
    -Tutor to Ienobu
    -Justice
    -Wanted change
    -Disliked by Nobility

    Tsuchiya Masanao (1641-1722) (Reigned 1687 - 1718)
    -Army
    -Security

    Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu (1658 – 1714) (Reigned 1694 - 1709)
    -Tairo (Head)

    Akimoto Takatomo (1647 - 1714) (Reigned 1699 - 1707)
    -Navy

    Matsudaira Yoshikuni (March 2, 1681 - January 20, 1722) (Reigned Spring 1710 - Spring 1721)
    -Treasury
    -Programs of Thrift
    -Disliked by Nobility
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Chief Senior Councilor Matsudaira Sadanobu (January 15, 1759 - June 14, 1829) (Reigned Spring 1787 - 1793)
    -Treasury
    -Kansei Reforms
    -Ruled in place of the child Shogun Ienari.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Daimyo Tokugawa Muneharu (November 20, 1696 - November 1, 1764)
    -Middle Councilor
    -Treasury
    -Nagoya
    -Believed himself superior to others.
    -Poor financier. Lost massive amounts.
    -Partied, liked by nobility.
    -At odds with Shogun.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Niwa Nagamori (1637 - 1709) (Reigned 1699 - 1702)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Ōshima Yoshinari (1641 - 1713) (Reigned 1699 - 1703)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Sakuma Nobunari (1652 - 1721) (Reigned 1703 - 1713)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Tokugawa Matsudaira (1662 - 1722)
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Hagiwara Yoshimasa (1677 - 1743)
    -Treasury
    -Financial Comptroller
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Daimyo Tokugawa Tsunaeda (1654 - 1705)
    -Mito School
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Muro Kyuso (1658 - 1734)
    -Confucian theories.
    -Propoganda
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Amenomori Hoshu (1620 - 1708)
    -Sushi.
    -Broadminded
    -Loyal
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Kaibara Ekiken (1658 - 1734)
    -Sushi.
    -Philosopher
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:


    Gion Nankai (1677 - 1751)
    -Painter
    -calligrapher
    -Poet
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Agent:

    Aoki Konyo (1698 - 1769)
    -Hired by Yoshimune to study Dutch culture and publish his research. Created a Dutch Japanese translated
    dictionary. Proposed the potato as a solution to early 18th century famines.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Nishikawa Joken (1648 - 1724)
    -Bakufu scholar of astronomy
    -Wrote Hyakusho bukuro (A bag of advice for farmers)

    Sugimori Nobumori (1653 - January 6, 1725): Known as the Japanese Shakespeare.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Ejima Kiseki (1666 - 1735)
    -Wrote book on finance and confucianism.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Ito Togai (1670 - 1736)
    -School of Confucianism

    Sugita Genpaku (October 20, 1733 - June 1, 1817)
    -Scholar who translated western medicine into Japanese.
    Traits:
    Ancillaries:

    Tani Choemon (1679 - 1752)
    -Sakai Merchant
    -Helped revolutionize economy
    Traits:
    Ancillary:

    General/Admiral:

    Navy Units
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    Tokugawa Imperial Red Seal Ship (8 guns) (236)

    Tokugawa Imperial Junk (35 guns) (100)

    Tokugawa Imperial Galleon (60 guns) (220)




    Toungoo Dynasty
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Hostile)
    Portugal (Hostile)
    Britain (Unfriendly)
    France (Unfriendly)
    Laos (Unfriendly)
    Tibet (Friendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 7000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1714: Mon rebellion
    1715: Attempt at the throne
    1723: First Catholic missionaries arrive
    1724: Intense rebellion from Manipur
    1725: Rebellion occurs
    1727: Chiengmai rebelled against Ava control
    Between 1727 and 1743, governors of Martaban, Tavoy, Syriam, Toungoo, and Prome were killed or driven out by local rebels.
    1739: The Shan state of Kengtung rebelled as well.
    1740: Leaders of Pegu rebelled and declared their independence.
    1752: Tuongoo Dynasty falls to Mon rebellion
    Konbaung Dynasty established after Alaungpaya overthrows Mon warlords
    1783: The declining Arakan loses its sovereignty to Burma

    King:

    King Sane (?-1714) (Reigned 1698–1714)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Taninganwe (?-1733) (Reigned 1714 - 1733)
    Traits: Harsh Reputation
    Ancillary: None

    King Mahadammayaza Dipati (? - 1752) (Reigned 1733 - 1752)
    -Attempted to save his dynasty.
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Alaungpaya (1714 – April 13, 1760) (Reigned 1752 - 1760)
    -Quickly united Burma through show of military might.
    -Engaged in direct and indirect aggression with success towards many European and Asian powers.
    Traits: Army Enthusiast, Tyrant, Iron Fist
    Ancillary: None

    King Naungdawgyi (August 1734 – November 28, 1763) (Reigned 1760 - 1763)
    -Ruled much as his father did, but with less success.
    -Upheld religious law zealously.
    Traits: Tyrant, Devout
    Ancillary: None

    King Hsinbyushin (1736 - July 10, 1776) (Reigned 1763 - 1776)
    -Engaged in military ventures with great success.
    -Ruled with an iron fist.
    Traits: Tyrant, Iron Fist, Likes Uniforms
    Ancillary: None

    King Singu Min (? - 1781) (Reigned 1776 - 1781)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Phaungkaza Maung Maung (? - 1782) (Reigned 1782 - 1782)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Bodawpaya (March 11, 1745 - June 5, 1819) (Reigned 1782 - 1819)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Cheputarai (1657 - 1707) (Reigned 1675 - 1707)
    -Lanna King
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Mang Raenara (1685 - 1727) (Reigned 1707 - 1727)
    -Lanna King
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Thepsing (1694 - 1727) (Reigned 1727)
    -Led resistance
    -Lanna King
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:

    Navy Units:
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    Alarhee
    -Steam Ship
    Selamat
    -Steam Ship




    Emergant Roster
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    Champasak Kingdom
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Unfriendly)
    North Vietnam (Unfriendly)
    China (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1713: Independence from Lan Xang

    Chao:

    Chao Nokasad (1690-1737) (Reigned 1713 - 1737)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Chao Sayakumane (1711-1791) (Reigned 1737 - 1791)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Chao Fay Na (1754 - 1811) (Reigned 1791 - 1811)
    -Puppet King of Rama I of Siam
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Chao No Muong (1779 – 1811) (Reigned 1811)
    -King for 3 days
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Chao Manoi (August 1734 – 1819) (Reigned 1813 - 1819)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Chao Sury Nho (1725 - 1781)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Chao Thammathevo (1716 – 1767)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Chao Nou (August 1739 – 1801)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:



    Luang Prabang Kingdom
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Unfriendly)
    North Vietnam (Unfriendly)
    China (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1707: Independence from Lan Xang

    King:

    King Kitsarath (1662 - 1713) (Reigned 1707 - 1713)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Ong Kham (1689 - 1759) (Reigned 1713 - 1723)
    -Deposed by cousin while out hunting
    -Abandoned by nobles
    -Gave up family and riches to become monk
    -Invited to rule over Chiang Mai after Burmese left
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Intha Son (1686 - 1749) (Reigned 1723 - 1749)
    -Overthrew cousin after sharing power for a decade
    -Opened up talks with China to stem Siam expansion
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Inthara Vongsa (1711 – 1776) (Reigned 1749)
    -Defended country against Annamite invasion
    -Glorified as hero and enthroned by people and nobles
    -Abdicated throne to brother in 8 months
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Thieu-phong Sotika Koumane (1704 – 1771) (Reigned 1749 - 1768)
    -Abdicated in favor of younger brother
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Suryavong II (1722 – 1791) (Reigned 1768 - 1791)
    -Attacked Vientiane in 1771 and was defeated by Burmese
    -Threw off allegiance to Burma in 1778
    -Forced to accept Siamese sovereignty in 1779
    -Taken hostage and detained until death by Siamese
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Anurathurat (1737 – 1819) (Reigned 1792 - 1819)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Manthathurath (1772 – 1837) (Reigned 1819 - 1837)
    -Educated
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:



    Vientiane Kingdom
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Unfriendly)
    North Vietnam (Unfriendly)
    China (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1707: Independence from Lan Xang

    King:

    King Sethathirat II (1685 - 1730) (Reigned 1707 - 1730)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Ong Long (1708 - 1767) (Reigned 1730 – 1767)
    -Invited to rule over Chiang Mai after Burmese left
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Bunsan (1741 - 1781) (Reigned 1767 – 1779 and 1780 - 1781)
    -Siamese invade on 1777
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Nanthesan (1763 - 1795) (Reigned 1781 - June 1795)
    -Beaten by Siamese and imprisoned
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Inthavong Setthathirat III (1704 – 1805) (Reigned 1795 - 1805)
    -Trained as a Siamese hostage
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    King Chao Anou (1767 – 1828) (Reigned 1805 - 1828)
    -Taken prisoner in 1779
    -Tortured and humiliated by Siam
    -Sought help in Trinh
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:



    Nakhon Si Thammarat
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Unfriendly)
    North Vietnam (Unfriendly)
    China (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1767: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1767: Creation of State from ashes of Siam

    Prince:

    Prince Pra Palad (1662 - 1713) (Reigned 1707 - 1713)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:


    Phimai
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Unfriendly)
    North Vietnam (Unfriendly)
    China (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1767: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1767: Creation of State from ashes of Siam

    Prince:

    Prince Teppipit (1662 - 1713) (Reigned 1707 - 1713)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None


    Phitsanulok
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Unfriendly)
    North Vietnam (Unfriendly)
    China (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1767: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1767: Creation of State from ashes of Siam

    Prince:

    Prince Phitsanulokruang (1685 - 1730) (Reigned 1707 - 1730)
    -Governor who declared independence
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None


    Sawangburi
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Unfriendly)
    North Vietnam (Unfriendly)
    China (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1767: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1767: Creation of State from ashes of Siam

    Prince:

    Prince Sawangburiruan (1662 - 1713) (Reigned 1707 - 1713)
    -Chief monk
    -Had capable army commanders in his monks
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None


    White Lotus Sect
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Unfriendly)
    North Vietnam (Unfriendly)
    China (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1774: An instance of the White Lotus emerges and conquers a few provinces before being defeated
    1796: White Lotus Rebellion begins
    1804: Rebellion ends

    Leader:

    Wang Lun (1746 - November 1771)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Qi Lin (1763 - 1797) (Reigned 1772 - 1796)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Qi Wangshi (1768 - 1798) (Reigned 1797)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Wang Cong'er (1777 - 1798) (Reigned 1797 – 1798)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Xue Tiande (1772 - 1801) (Reigned 1798 – 1801)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Ran Tianyuan (1767 - 1804) (Reigned 1801 – 1804)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Minister:

    Agent:

    General/Admiral:

    Wu Sannian (1749 - November 1771)
    -Wang Lun's wife
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None


    Tay Son Rebellion
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    Government: Absolute Monarchy

    Protectorate Of:

    Peace Treaty: None

    Trade Rights:

    Diplomatic Relations Towards:

    Siam (Unfriendly)
    North Vietnam (Unfriendly)
    China (Unfriendly)

    Military:

    Unknown

    Treasury: (1700: 5000 Fund)

    Important Events:

    1771: Tay Son Rebellion begins
    1773: Tay Son capture city of Qui Nhon

    Leader:

    Nguyen Hue (1753 - September 16 1792) (Reigned 1788 - 1792)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Nguyen Nhac (1762 - 1820) (Reigned 1772 - 1796)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None

    Nguyen Lu (1768 - 1798) (Reigned 1797)
    Traits: None
    Ancillary: None




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    Kalinga Tribes (Luzon and Visayas)

    Mon Psiloi (Lower Burma)

    Palawan Tribes (Palawan)

    Dayak Tribes (Kalimantan / Sarawak)

    Ainu Tribes (Sakhalin / Hezo)

    Khmer Patriots (Lower Burma)

    Jambi Patriots (Luzon and Visayas)

    Maguindanao Patriots (Mindanao)

    Ming Patriots (Parts of China)

    Khalka Patriots (Parts of Mongolia)

    Wajo Patriots (Southwest Sulawesi)

    Batak Patriots (Indonesia)

    Tagalog Patriots (Luzon and Visayas)

    Madura Patriots (East Java)

    Sundanese Patriots (West Java and Banten)

    Shan Patriots (Shan State)

    Jingpo Patriots (Kachin State)

    Cham Patriots (South East Asia)

    Arakan Patriots (Arakan State)

    Karen Patriots (Sagaing State)

    Oirat Patriots (West Mongolia)

    Last edited by Tan Zhi Han; February 20, 2010 at 05:26 AM.

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    Default Re: Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac (Focus on Qing Dynasty)

    Quite alot of information you have there TZH.....good job

    And I wish you luck with your mod


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    WOOOW! can't wait for the mod you people.

    i will be watching over this.. luck you guys.
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    Default Re: Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac (Focus on Qing Dynasty)

    This sure hasn't came very far,
    Question, whats holding a map editor back at the moment?

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    Is the Philippines going to be in this mod? And if so, will she be a protectorate of Spain?







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    Default Re: Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac (Focus on Qing Dynasty)

    Quote Originally Posted by Lami View Post
    This sure hasn't came very far,
    Question, whats holding a map editor back at the moment?
    CA

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    Damn, I forgot this.........

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    TZH.....I need your help!

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    In addition to warships.We have all models......

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    Sorry for not updating this at all, but I have had no motivation to do so, I think alot of modders can feel me.

    Lami
    We cannot add any map features, and I don't want to just supplant regions in India for China is why I don't just make it.

    The_Chaotician
    If you examine my map, the Phillipines are divided up between New Spain and the Sulu-Maguindanao. Historically, the northern islands of the Phillippines were administered by the Spanish in Mexico City and although there were occasional revolts, the Spanish were relatively unchallenged internally. There is already a rebel force to challenge the Spanish in these regions though, so if the rebels succeed... A'la Phillippinos. I already have the naming categories for all the different ethnicities. Each one has about 50 male and female names (I didn't want to flood the name file).

    S-te-Fan
    Yep.

    shi98918
    Nice job shi. Only thing is I am currently concentrating on school/work and have been for a while. If map tools were released, I'd be back and kicking, but until then, all of my data and files are just dormant pieces of "junk."

    I do want this mod to be realized. I do want all the graphics that everyone has been making to be put into use in the game. I just don't want to half ass the mod... It'd smear the grandeur of it all. I have thought about tearing the game apart and somehow being able to recreate a new one... But I find myself leaning to the fact that that might be illegal.

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    Default Re: Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac (Focus on Qing Dynasty)

    If SEGA/CA doesnt release mod tools for Empire TW then essentially you have 2 options:

    1) Move the mod timeframe backwards, covering the beginning of the Qing Dynasty, and make it a mod for Medieval 2 TW

    OR

    2) Move the mod timeframe forwards, covering the end of the Qing Dynasty, and make it a mod for Napoleon TW and HOPE that CA has better mod support for Napoleon

    Either way you do it, I wish you the best of luck


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    Troop List
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Zhi Han View Post
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    Remember that Vietnamese factions (Trinh, Nguyen) would have used Crossbows, not regular bows. The Trinh should have an elite crossbow unit as they seemed to use them more than the Nguyen. Also you should consider adding Montagnard/Degar/Highlander units for both Trinh and Nguyen, representing the Hill peoples still present and active in Vietnam. They should be stealthy and have good morale, and at 1700 some still used regular hunting bows.



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    Alright. I feel a need to give y'all a sitrep.

    Here is what I have DONE:

    -All the basic design: maps, units, leaders, factions, etc.
    -1/3 of the 3d and 2d art.
    -Over 500 family names and given names collected for the factions.
    -Coding for the localization/db of each faction including rebels and emergent.
    -Alpha startpos and mod.pack and localization.pack with the Qing Dynasty owning the region of Kashmir and replacing the Punjab faction in 1700. (Royal family already defined with pictures and names.)

    Here is what I have PROBLEMS with:
    So I am working closely with Shi as we both build the mods up. His graphic designs are amazing, and I have translated all the Chinese to English and revamped his mod to work... However, because his game is 1.0 and mine is 1.5, his mod will constantly crash while loading. His mod.packs are breaking the game for me. This is why I decided to make an alpha free of his and everything works out great. I just can't get his graphics into the alpha because the mod containing the graphics is the cause of the crashes. I have tried hammering away at this problem for days and there has been no solution in sight. I just recently replied to him with my status and I hope he can present me a solution there.

    In summary:
    This is the result of not having a campaign map and so I have replaced the Punjab emergent faction with the Qing Empire with Kashmir as the starting capital region. (Historically, Kashmir was the furthest the Qing expanded their territory towards India. And the game is set in 1700 with Kangxi as Emperor. I have a headache.

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    Default Re: Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac (In Alpha Stages)

    I need link dowload Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac have ,not?

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    Default Re: Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac (In Alpha Stages)

    interesting, has some1 found out how to add and make new regions????

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    Not anything substantial... Unless CA releases the hard code I am afraid it may never happen. -_-

    Troops updated.
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    Default Re: Asia: Deciphering the Zodiac (In Alpha Stages)

    The hard code isn't the problem. They have said which program they use and map gurus have said that even after they figure pathfinding, and splitting up regions and even making impassable regions passable it would be tooooo much work to add a whole new subcontinent.
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