Chaldean

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The history of the Chaldean pantheon stretches back many thousands of years. Worshipping gods such as Anu, Enki and Nanna, the devotees of the Chaldean religion construct imposing temples in honor of their chosen God.
— In-game description

The Chaldean religion is a polytheistic faith found in Mesopotamia. This article documents the deities associated with the religion. All values are for Omen.png +100% Omen Power.

Many Chaldean deities can be accessed by any polytheistic nation that controls their Holy Site.png holy site or has a specific percentage of Chaldean pops: 5% for Very Common deities, 10% for Common deities, 20% for Rare deities, and 40% for Very Rare deities.

Every Chaldean nation benefits from Civilization.png +0.01% Monthly Civilization Change.

Forming Flag of Babylon Babylon with automatically convert your country to Chaldean.

General deities[edit]

These deities are available to all Chaldean nations, and all polytheistic nations that have enough Chaldean pops or control the deity's holy site:

Deity Category Rarity Passive effect Omen effect Apotheosis effect Holy site
Ishtar War Common Freeman output +10% National Freeman Output Morale.png +5% Morale of Armies Gain Manpower.png 1,000 Manpower, multiplied by the deity’s Military power.png Martial, and an extra 1,000 if the deity’s Military power.png Martial is at least 11, if manpower is below 80%
Gain Military experience.png 2.00 Military Experience, otherwise
937, Orchoe, Flag of Seleukid Empire Seleukid Empire
Ninurta War Rare Morale.png +3% Morale of Armies Manpower recovery speed.png +8% Manpower Recovery Speed Supply limit.png +5.00 Supply Limit and Fort defense +15% Local Fort Defense in the capital province and another random province, for five years 862, Nineue, Flag of Seleukid Empire Seleukid Empire
Enlil Culture Common Province loyalty +0.025 Provincial Loyalty Aggressive expansion.png−0.05 Aggressive Expansion Change Up to 5 pops in a random territory Policy religious conversion.png convert to the deity’s faith 929, Nippur, Flag of Seleukid Empire Seleukid Empire
Ea Culture Rare Citizen happiness +5% National Citizen Happiness Religious tech investment.png +12% Religious Tech Investment Up to 5 pops in a random territory Pop assimilation.png assimilate to the deity’s culture 968, Eridu, Flag of Seleukid Empire Seleukid Empire
Marduk Culture Rare Stability.png +0.025 Monthly Stability Change State religion happiness +12% State Religion Happiness Convert 1 pop in the capital into a Pop noble.png Noble, including cultural conversion if necessary; 2 if the deity’s Civic power.png Finesse is at least 6; 3 if the deity’s Civic power.png Finesse is at least 9 918, Babylon, Flag of Seleukid Empire Seleukid Empire
Nabû Economy Common Research points.png +5% Research Points Popularity +0.10 Monthly Ruler Popularity Gain Gain Wealth 15 Wealth multiplied by the deity’s Civic power.png Finesse, with a minimum of Wealth 50 and an additional Wealth 75 gold if the deity has more than Civic power.png 10 Finesse 919, Borsippa, Flag of Seleukid Empire Seleukid Empire
Shamash Economy Common Commerce value.png +15% National Commerce Income Corruption.png −0.06 Monthly Corruption If the deity has more than Civic power.png 8 finesse, gain Province investment 1 Free Province Investment
Otherwise, the culture with the most pops gets Pop happy.png +8% Culture Happiness and Slave output +10% Culture Slave Output
910, Sippar, Flag of Seleukid Empire Seleukid Empire
Sîn Fertility Rare Population capacity +10% Population Capacity Monthly food.png +15% Global Monthly Food Modifier Global population growth.png +0.15% Local Population Growth in the capital province for five years 819, Karrai, Flag of Antigonid Kingdom Antigonid Kingdom

Exclusive deities[edit]

The following Chaldean deities are only available to specific countries.

Assyrian deities[edit]

These deities are available to nations of Assyrian culture, as long as they are Chaldean or polytheistic and have enough Chaldean pops, as well as to any polytheistic country that controls the deity's holy site:

Deity Category Rarity Passive effect Omen effect Apotheosis effect Holy site
Ashshur War Common Military experience.png +5% Monthly Military Experience Discipline.png +5% Discipline Gain Military experience.png 0.50 Military Experience, multiplied by the deity’s Military power.png Martial, with a minimum of Military experience.png +2 and a maximum of Military experience.png +5 883, Ashur, Flag of Seleukid Empire Seleukid Empire

Trivia[edit]

  • "Chaldea" was a region, a country, and a people in southern Mesopotamia.