Mithridates events

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This page lists the dynamic historical events around the rise of Mithridates, the prince of Flag of Kios Kios who would historically sought refuge in Flag of Paphlagonia Paphlagonia and would from there go on to found the Mithridatid dynasty of Flag of Pontus Pontus.[1]

Events[edit]

id

(Hidden event)

 
Trigger conditions Is triggered only by

On game start


Immediate effects


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The Prince of Kios

The prince of Kios, Mithridates has appeared in [ROOT.GetCountry.GetCapital.GetName], seeking refugee from the wrath of [SCOPE.sChar('mithridates').GetEmployer.GetRuler.GetPraenomen], the ruler of Antigonid Kingdom. The aristocrat has wealth to spare apparently, as he has promised us gifts if we are willing to help him out.

Taking him in would certainly not make us particularly popular in Antigonid Kingdom, but when did we ever really care what they thought of us anyways? These are Paphlagonian lands, and we are the ones who decide what will be done here.


 
Trigger conditions
  • The mithridates target exists
  • Mithridates Mithridatid (97) is alive and not a prisoner
Is triggered only by

a Hidden event


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We will welcome him in Paphlagonia.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Is not AI-controlled

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Return him to the Phrygians.

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Mithridates in Paphlagonia

The traitorous snake Mithridates has run off to Paphlagonia, claiming that we wanted to take his life over some ridiculous dream. What sort of preposterous allegations will he think of next?


 
Trigger conditions
  • The mithridates target exists
  • Mithridates Mithridatid (97) is alive and not a prisoner
Is triggered only by

the The Prince of Kios event


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Nonsense.
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The Traitorous Mithridates

Apparently the traitorous snake Mithridates planned to flee to Paphlagonia, though it is somewhat unclear exactly why he wanted to do so. Some rumors claim he wanted to conspire with Paphlagonia to improve his position at court.

In any case, the Paphlagonians promptly declined his offers, and returned him to our court, with apologies for the misunderstanding.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

the The Prince of Kios event


Immediate effects
  • The mithridates character gets the loyalty modifier Punished Schemes, giving Loyalty.png -15 loyalty for 5 years

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We know just what to do with him.
  • Imprison the mithridates character
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The Persian Prince

The prince of Kios, Mithridates, is apparently looking to expand his influence in Pontus, and wants to claim some ancient land that once belonged to his family. Not only does he hail from a long line of rulers in Anatolia, but he is fairly popular at court as his move to [ROOT.GetCountry.GetCapital.GetName] has been the topic on everyones lips these last days.

He is bringing with him a notable group of administrators and bureaucrats, some of whom are looking to him to change our way of life to one more similar to that of the Persians. As his move to Pontus draws closer, we have even seen a large faction of pro-Mithridates supporters demand that he be made the king of our lands.


 
Trigger conditions
  • The mithridates target exists
  • Mithridates Mithridatid (97), not a prisoner, and is not in the court of Flag of Antigonid Kingdom Antigonid Kingdom
Is triggered only by

the The Prince of Kios event


Immediate effects
  • Save the country whose court the mithridates character is in as the mithridates_employer target

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Under his rule we will prosper.
  • The mithridates character resigns from all current positions and moves to the current country with any spouse and children
  • The mithridates character becomes the ruler of the current country
  • If the current country is tribal, change the government form to Autocratic Monarchy
  • The mithridates_employer country gets the event Mithridates of Pontus
  • Get the event Rule of Mithridates in 3 to 5 days

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Is not AI-controlled

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He does not belong in Pontus.
  • Gain Stability.png 10 stability
  • The current ruler gains Popularity.png 10 popularity

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Mithridates of Pontus

To our surprise, the people of Pontus have decided to hand over their throne to Mithridates. He brought with him a large number of administrators and bureaucrats who are already looking into reshaping the area significantly.

With Mithridates in charge, we are certain to have some more good will with the people of Pontus after his long stay in [ROOT.GetCountry.GetName].


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

the The Persian Prince event


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A chance for friendship between our two peoples, perhaps?
  • The country that the mithridates character is in gets the opinion modifier Supported Mithridates towards the current country, giving Opinion +40 opinion with a yearly decay of 1
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Rule of Mithridates

With Mithridates settled in at the court at Pontus, he and his supporters have started looking into the steps they want to take to change the bureaucracy of Pontus. His sudden rise to kinghood has been popular in [SCOPE.sCountry('mithridates_employer').GetName], where he used to live and still has a network of allies.


 
Trigger conditions
  • None
Is triggered only by

the The Persian Prince event


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Pontus will rise to prominence.
  • Get the event The Hellenistic Pontus in 4 to 5 years
  • The mithridates_employer country gets the opinion modifier Supported Mithridates towards the current country, giving Opinion +40 opinion with a yearly decay of 1
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The Hellenistic Pontus

Pontus has long been split between the Pontic people of the highlands, and the Greco-Pontic people living along the coastline. Despite fairly different traditions, they have always seem to get along, but it is difficult to govern both sides unless we take strides to shape our administration with that in mind.

With the powerful Successor kingdoms of Alexander, Greek language and customs have become more widespread all the way from Magna Graecia to the lands of India in the far east. Maybe it is time we start looking towards a more Hellenistic solution for ourselves as well?


 
Trigger conditions
  • Owns in territory in the region of Bithynia that is coastal and has a dominant culture in the Hellenistic culture group
Is triggered only by

the Rule of Mithridates event


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Their traditions might not be so foreign after all.
  • If the capital is not Sinope (1812):
  • Tooltip: This option will unlock a new decision: Embrace Greco-Pontic Omens.
  • Get the modifier Greco-Pontic Traditions for 10 years, giving:
    • Unintegrated culture happiness +6% Unintegrated Culture Happiness
    • Unintegrated culture group happiness +6% Unintegrated Culture Group Happiness
  • Set that Greco-Pontic traditions were embraced (using the greco_pontic_traditions variable)
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Pontus for Pontics!
  • Get the modifier Pontic Traditions for 10 years, giving:
    • Integrated culture happiness +12% Integrated Culture Happiness

References[edit]

  1. These events can be found in /ImperatorRome/game/events/dhe/dhe_mithridates.txt.