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| Abrian<br/>Achaean<br/>Aegean<br/>Aetolian<br/>Athenian<br/>Bithynian<br/>Boeotian<br/>Bosporan<br/>Cretan<br/>Cypriot<br/>Cyrenaican<br/>Dardanian<br/>Epirote<br/>Euboean<br/>Graeco-Illyrian<br/>Graeco-Pontic<br/>Ionian<br/>Italiotian<br/>Lydian<br/>Macedonian<br/>Massalian<br/>Parthinian<br/>Peloponnesian<br/>Siceliote<br/>Taulantian<br/>Thessalian<br/>Thracian<br/>Troan
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Latest revision as of 18:57, 14 August 2019

Culture is a representation of the ethnicity and customs of a state, character, or pop.

Nation and character culture[edit]

A nation's Primary Culture affects its diplomatic relations. Nations of a different culture within the same group have a -10 Opinion penalty with each other, while those of a different culture group have a -20 penalty. A nation's culture also determines its Military Traditions and unit graphics (unless the nation has unique unit graphics). A nation's primary culture can only be changed by forming a new nation or through specific events.

Characters' culture determines their names and initial physical appearance (the latter can change through interbreeding). Character culture can never be changed, but newborn children will often take the nation's primary culture, regardless of the culture of their parents.

Pop culture and assimilation[edit]

Pop culture determines how they are affected by various HappinessHappiness modifiers, based on whether the pop is of the nation's Primary Culture, a different culture within the same group ("Wrong Culture"), or from a different culture group altogether ("Wrong Culture-Group").

Primary culture[edit]

Type Modifier Happiness
Base TyrannyTyranny -0.5% per point
Ruler Unpopularity -0.1% for every point of PopularityPopularity below 50
National ideas Tolerance of Pagans (Religious) +15%
Inventions F.U.G. (Religious 1) +2.5%
Open Religion (Religious 4) +2.5%
Exported Drama (Religious 15) +2.5%
Assemblies (Religious 19) +2.5%

Wrong culture[edit]

Type Modifier Happiness
Base Base -10%
Government is Tribal -20%
Aggressive expansion.pngAggressive Expansion -0.5% per point
National ideas Strategic Propaganda (Oratory) +10%
Inventions Peregrini (Civic 2) +5%
Cultural Judiciary (Civic 11) +5%
Petition of Minorities (Civic 15) +5%
Laws Status Quo (republic) +5%
Manumittance Policy (republic) +20%
Lex Aelia Sentia (Roman) +20%
Military traditions A People on the Move (Barbarian) +10%

Wrong culture-group[edit]

Type Modifier Happiness
Base Base -30%
Government is Tribal -40%
Aggressive expansion.pngAggressive Expansion -1% per point
National ideas Legislative Reform (Oratory) +15%
Inventions Accepted Rites (Religious 2) +5%
Minor Syncretism (Religious 9) +5%
Major Syncretism (Religious 17) +5%
Ruler traits Blood of the Lagidae (status) +15%
Tolerant (personality) +10%
Zealous (personality) -10%
Laws Minority Legal Systems (monarchy) +10%
Cultural Primacy (republic) +10%
Lex Aternia Tarpeia (Roman) +5%
Lex Plautia Papiria (Roman) +10%
Other Royal Serapis Cult (Egypt) +10%

Assimilation[edit]

A pop's culture can be changed to the nation's primary culture via assimilation. Assimilating individual pops can be performed in the city menu and the macro-builder, and costs 20Oratory power.pngOratory Power per pop. Alternatively, the Cultural Assimilation governor policy provides a monthly chance of assimilating a pop in the affected province, which is 5.0% + 2.5% per point of the governor's Civic power.pngFinesse. Governors always assimilate pops to the nation's primary culture, regardless of the governor's own culture. Certain events (notably the conquest of populous cities as Rome) may also result in pop assimilation.

List of cultures[edit]

Group Cultures Traditions Potrait graphics Unit graphics
Baltic Aestian Celtic philosophy start bonus.png Barbarian Traditions germanic german_gfx
Germanic Anglian
Bastarnae
Cimbrian
Frisian
Gothonic
Gutoni
Helveconian
Herulian
Ingvaeonic
Irminonic
Istvaonic
Lemovian
Raumarician
Reudingian
Rugian
Saxonian
Suebian
Suioni
Teutonian
Vandal
Celtic philosophy start bonus.png Barbarian Traditions germanic german_gfx
Pretani Brigantic
Cantian
Coritani
Cornovian
Damnonian
Demetian
Dobunnian
Dumnonian
Durotrigan
Iceni
Ordovitian
Pict
Pretani
Trinovantian
Votadinian
Celtic philosophy start bonus.png Barbarian Traditions britannic celtic_gfx
Gaelic Hibernian
Manavian
Celtic philosophy start bonus.png Barbarian Traditions celtic celtic_gfx
Gallic Alluvian
Aremorican
Arverni
Aulercian
Belgae
Belgic
Biturigan
Boian
Carnian
Carnuti
Celto-Pannonian
Haedui
Helvetian
Lemovician
Lepontic
Letobician
Noric
Pictonian
Santonian
Treverian
Vindelician
Volcae
Celtic philosophy start bonus.png Barbarian Traditions celtic celtic_gfx
Celt-Iberian Asturian
Callaecian
Caristian
Carpetanian
Celtiberian
Celtician
Lobetanian
Lusitanian
Sedetanian
Vaccaeian
Vardulian
Vettonian
Celtic philosophy start bonus.png Barbarian Traditions celtic celtic_gfx
Iberian Ausetanian
Bastetanian
Contestanian
Cynetian
Edetanian
Ilercavonian
Indiketian
Lacetanian
Oretanian
Turdetanian
Turdulian
Celtic philosophy start bonus.png Barbarian Traditions iberian iberian_gfx
Pre-Indo-European Aquitani
Autrigonian
Cantabrian
Corsian
Ilergetian
Nuragic
Vasconian
Celtic philosophy start bonus.png Barbarian Traditions iberian iberian_gfx
Latin Bruttian
Catari
Etruscan
Histrian
Liburnian
Ligurian
Lucanian
Messapian
Osco-Umbrian
Rhaetian
Roman
Sabellian
Sardonian
Siculian
Umbrian
Venetic
Latin philosophy start bonus.png Italic Traditions roman roman_gfx
Dacian Dacian
Getian
Harpii
Moesi
Triballoi
Greek philosophy start bonus.png Greek traditions levantine greek_gfx
Hellenistic Abrian
Achaean
Aegean
Aetolian
Athenian
Bithynian
Boeotian
Bosporan
Cretan
Cypriot
Cyrenaican
Dardanian
Epirote
Euboean
Graeco-Illyrian
Graeco-Pontic
Ionian
Italiotian
Lydian
Macedonian
Massalian
Parthinian
Peloponnesian
Siceliote
Taulantian
Thessalian
Thracian
Troan
Greek philosophy start bonus.png Greek traditions[1] greek greek_gfx
Numidian Berber
Gaetulian
Massaesylian
Massylian
Maurian
Numidian
North african philosophy start bonus.png North African Traditions north_african egyptian_gfx
Levantine Carthaginian North african philosophy start bonus.png North African Traditions levantine carthaginian_gfx
Hebrew
Nabatean
Phoenician
Levantine philosophy start bonus.png Levantine and Arabian Traditions
Nilotic Egyptian
Garamantic
Meroitic
Levantine philosophy start bonus.png Levantine and Arabian Traditions north_african egyptian_gfx
Aksumite Aksumite
Blemmyan
Macrobian
Levantine philosophy start bonus.png Levantine and Arabian Traditions ethiopian nubian_gfx
Arabian Hadhrami
Himjar
Makan
Minaean
Qatabanian
Qedarite
Sabaean
Ta'if
Thamudi
Levantine philosophy start bonus.png Levantine and Arabian Traditions arabian arabian_gfx
Aramaic Aramaic
Assyrian
Babylonian
Persian philosophy start bonus.png Persian Traditions levantine persian_gfx
Persian Agartian
Albanian
Amardian
Armenian
Cadusian
Cappadocian
Carian
Carmanian
Cilician
Colchian
Cossian
Elamite
Gedrosian
Hyrcanian
Ibero
Isaurian
Lycaonian
Lycian
Median
Mysian
Pactyan
Pamphylian
Paphlagonian
Parecanian
Parthian
Pasargadi
Phrygian
Pontic
Sarangian
Sattagydian
Utian
Uxian
Persian philosophy start bonus.png Persian Traditions persian persian_gfx
Bactrian Bactrian
Phryni
Shule
Sogdian
Tayuan
Wusun
Persian philosophy start bonus.png Persian Traditions bactrian persian_gfx
Scythian Dahae
Kharesmian
Kothanese
Maeotian
Margian
Roxolanian
Sarmatian
Scythian
Sindi
Siracian
Tocharian
Yuezhi
Persian philosophy start bonus.png Persian Traditions scythian scythian_gfx
Tibetan Sumpa
Tsang
Yarlung
Zhangzhung
Mauryan philosophy start bonus.png Indian Traditions tibetan north_indian_gfx
Aryan Avanti
Bangli
Gandhari
Kalingan
Kamarupi
Lankan
Magadhi
Maharashtran
Saurashtran
Shauraseni
Sindhi
Vidharban
Mauryan philosophy start bonus.png Indian Traditions mauryan north_indian_gfx
Dravidian Kannadan
Tamil
Telugu
Mauryan philosophy start bonus.png Indian Traditions dravidian south_indian_gfx
Domestic policy Characters Attributes Culture Government Laws National ideas Rebellion Religion Technology
Economic policy Buildings Economy Population Trade Trade goods
Provinces Region Province Cities Colonization
Warfare Military traditions Army Land units Land warfare Naval warfare
Foreign policy Treaties Casus belli Diplomacy Subject nations
  1. Bactria uniquely has Persian Traditions, despite being in the Hellenistic culture group.