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殖民

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From the interior of Sardinia to central Germany and Ireland, there is a lot of land that is uncolonized and seemingly empty on the political view. They do, however, have pops with their own religions and cultures. Colonization and Settling are two ways countries can take control of these lands.

Colonization

An adjacent city of at least 10 pops, with a majority of your national religion and culture, can send one of these pops into an uncolonized location and this pop will claim it for their home country at the same cost as the one you pay for moving pops inside your own lands. The colonizing pop must be of your national culture and religion and cannot be a slave. This will turn the uncolonized location to a city under your control, but it will not change the culture, religion or type of any of the pre-existing pops.

Settling

Tribal chiefdoms have the ability to turn all pops (up to 20) in a city into migration units, for a cost of 100 Oratory power. These Light Infantry units can settle in any uncolonized location as long as they outnumber the existing pops. When settled, they always turn into Tribesmen. Like colonization, all pre-existing pops are kept with their culture, religion, and types.

Migration units do not require military access to cross borders, and enjoy reduced attrition. Settling also works with foreign land a tribe currently controls in a war.

Outcome

After colonization your new land works somewhat like occupied land. The local Civilization rating will now gravitate towards your country value, making it more suitable for your freemen and citizens, but most likely making the original population of tribesmen quite unhappy.


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概念 建筑殖民贸易商品TaxProduction人口
国内政策 人物属性文化政府法律国家理念叛乱宗教科技
经济政策 建筑经济人口贸易商品
省份 区域省份城市殖民
战争 军事传统陆军陆军单位陆战海军海军单位海战
对外政策 条约宣战理由外交附属国