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Many major and more notable countries have their own unique heritages, listed below.
 
Many major and more notable countries have their own unique heritages, listed below.
  
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Acragas/>{{heritage
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| {{flag|Acragas}}
 
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<section begin=Acragas/>{{heritage
 
 
|version=1.4
 
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|name=Acragantine heritage
 
|name=Acragantine heritage
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}}<section end=Acragas/>
 
}}<section end=Acragas/>
| ''Acragas is the second most powerful Siceliote city, vying with Syracuse for control of the island, but also victim to its own tyrants and demagogues. Her temples are perhaps the most numerous in the entire Greek world.''
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''Acragas is the second most powerful Siceliote city, vying with Syracuse for control of the island, but also victim to its own tyrants and demagogues. Her temples are perhaps the most numerous in the entire Greek world.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Aeolia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Aeolia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Aeolia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Aeolian heritage
 
|name= Aeolian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−10%|b}} Fort defense
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−10%|b}} Fort defense
 
}}<section end=Aeolia/>
 
}}<section end=Aeolia/>
| ''Home to the once great city of Troy, the Greek cities of Aeolia have a strong mercantile background on the along the Hellespont, and boast many philosophers as residents and natives.''
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''Home to the once great city of Troy, the Greek cities of Aeolia have a strong mercantile background on the along the Hellespont, and boast many philosophers as residents and natives.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Aetolia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Aetolia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Aetolia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Aetolian heritage
 
|name= Aetolian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-1|b}} Diplomatic relations
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-1|b}} Diplomatic relations
 
}}<section end=Aetolia/>
 
}}<section end=Aetolia/>
| ''The fiercely independent Aetolians have survived their northern neighbors advances by tenacity alone, and stand ready to become one of the leading powers of northern Greece.''
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''The fiercely independent Aetolians have survived their northern neighbors advances by tenacity alone, and stand ready to become one of the leading powers of northern Greece.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Argos/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Argos}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Argos/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Argive heritage
 
|name= Argive heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−10%|b}} Fort defense
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−10%|b}} Fort defense
 
}}<section end=Argos/>
 
}}<section end=Argos/>
| ''A traditional antagonist to Sparta and a regional power in Peleponesos, Argos has been down on its luck ever since Peleponesian war. With the destruction of Spartan power the Argives have however found new friends in the successor kings, and their people have begun to restore their heritage as a military power.''
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''A traditional antagonist to Sparta and a regional power in Peleponesos, Argos has been down on its luck ever since Peleponesian war. With the destruction of Spartan power the Argives have however found new friends in the successor kings, and their people have begun to restore their heritage as a military power.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Armenia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Armenia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Armenia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Armenian heritage
 
|name= Armenian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−10|b}} Subject opinion of us
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−10|b}} Subject opinion of us
 
}}<section end=Armenia/>
 
}}<section end=Armenia/>
| ''The kingdom of Armenia was founded many hundreds of years ago and has kept true to its own heritage for generations, even under the Achaemenid's and Alexander the Great the kingdom has preserved its own traditions of kingship and warfare.''
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''The kingdom of Armenia was founded many hundreds of years ago and has kept true to its own heritage for generations, even under the Achaemenid's and Alexander the Great the kingdom has preserved its own traditions of kingship and warfare.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Arvernia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Arvernia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Arvernia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Arvernian heritage
 
|name= Arvernian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−10%|b}} Enslavement efficiency
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−10%|b}} Enslavement efficiency
 
}}<section end=Arvernia/>
 
}}<section end=Arvernia/>
| ''One of the more diplomatically influential tribes in Southern Gaul, the Arverni also has a strong tradition of artisanal production of metalworking.''
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''One of the more diplomatically influential tribes in Southern Gaul, the Arverni also has a strong tradition of artisanal production of metalworking.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Athens/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Athens}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Athens/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Athenian heritage
 
|name= Athenian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+10%|b}} Enact law cost
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+10%|b}} Enact law cost
 
}}<section end=Athens/>
 
}}<section end=Athens/>
| ''While the heyday of Athenian influence may be over, it remains one of the most prestigious cities in the Greek world and is home to the Akademia founded by Plato. While it has at times languished under vile foreign tyrants such as Demetrios of Phaleron, the city still maintains its traditions of Democratic rule.''
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''While the heyday of Athenian influence may be over, it remains one of the most prestigious cities in the Greek world and is home to the Akademia founded by Plato. While it has at times languished under vile foreign tyrants such as Demetrios of Phaleron, the city still maintains its traditions of Democratic rule.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Atropatene/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Atropatene}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Atropatene/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Atropates
 
|name= Heritage of Atropates
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National slave happiness
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National slave happiness
 
}}<section end=Atropatene/>
 
}}<section end=Atropatene/>
| ''As one of the few Persian lords to survive in power after both the conquest of Alexander the Great and the successor wars that followed, Atropatene is in many ways the last guardian of the now lost Achaemenid Empire.''
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''As one of the few Persian lords to survive in power after both the conquest of Alexander the Great and the successor wars that followed, Atropatene is in many ways the last guardian of the now lost Achaemenid Empire.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Bithynia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Bithynia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Bithynia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Zipoetes
 
|name= Heritage of Zipoetes
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-5%|b}} National manpower
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-5%|b}} National manpower
 
}}<section end=Bithynia/>
 
}}<section end=Bithynia/>
| ''Breaking free from Persian rule even before Alexander's arrival, the Bithynians are determined to maintain their independence and build a lasting dynasty to rival even the diadochi, with designs on the entire northern coast of Asia Minor.''
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''Breaking free from Persian rule even before Alexander's arrival, the Bithynians are determined to maintain their independence and build a lasting dynasty to rival even the diadochi, with designs on the entire northern coast of Asia Minor.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Boeotia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Boetia}}
 
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<section begin=Boeotia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Boeotian heritage
 
|name= Boeotian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+10%|b}} Sacrifice to the gods cost
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+10%|b}} Sacrifice to the gods cost
 
}}<section end=Boetia/>
 
}}<section end=Boetia/>
| ''The Boeotian League was at one time the most powerful state in Greece under the leadership of Thebes, but has taken a step back in the wake of Macedonian interference in the region.''
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''The Boeotian League was at one time the most powerful state in Greece under the leadership of Thebes, but has taken a step back in the wake of Macedonian interference in the region.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Bosporan_Kingdom/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Bosporan Kingdom}}
 
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<section begin=Bosporan_Kingdom/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Spartokos
 
|name= Heritage of Spartokos
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+15%|b}} Increase legitimacy cost
 
}}<section end=Bosporan_Kingdom/>
 
}}<section end=Bosporan_Kingdom/>
| ''The Bosporan Kingdom is an example of the heights overseas colonies can achieve. Uniting the trading posts of the Khersonesos, the powerful Spartokid dynasty rivals the Hellenistic kings of the east in ambition and treachery.''
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''The Bosporan Kingdom is an example of the heights overseas colonies can achieve. Uniting the trading posts of the Khersonesos, the powerful Spartokid dynasty rivals the Hellenistic kings of the east in ambition and treachery.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Byblos/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Byblos}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Byblos/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Byblos
 
|name= Heritage of Byblos
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} Pop Assimilation Speed
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} Pop Assimilation Speed
 
}}<section end=Byblos/>
 
}}<section end=Byblos/>
| ''One of the oldest cities in the known world, Byblos has been the home of Phoenician maritime kingdoms for longer than most other countries have even been populated and it is from here that many of the settlers that founded the great Punic towns in the western Mediterranean originated.''
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''One of the oldest cities in the known world, Byblos has been the home of Phoenician maritime kingdoms for longer than most other countries have even been populated and it is from here that many of the settlers that founded the great Punic towns in the western Mediterranean originated.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Byzantion/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Byzantion}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Byzantion/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Byzantine heritage
 
|name= Byzantine heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Morale of Armies
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Morale of Armies
 
}}<section end=Byzantion/>
 
}}<section end=Byzantion/>
| ''Byzantion was fortuitously founded in command of the most important strait in the eastern Mediterranean, growing rich from the passage of trade through and across the Bosporos strait.''
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''Byzantion was fortuitously founded in command of the most important strait in the eastern Mediterranean, growing rich from the passage of trade through and across the Bosporos strait.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Carthage/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Carthage}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Carthage/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Carthaginian heritage
 
|name= Carthaginian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Loyalty gain chance
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Loyalty gain chance
 
}}<section end=Carthage/>
 
}}<section end=Carthage/>
| ''Founded as 'the new city' centuries ago by settlers from Tyre in faraway Phoenicia, Carthage is now the uncontested leader of the Punic, or Western Phoenician world. Her heritage is one of a strong naval and mercantile power, often led to greatness by charismatic generals.''
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''Founded as 'the new city' centuries ago by settlers from Tyre in faraway Phoenicia, Carthage is now the uncontested leader of the Punic, or Western Phoenician world. Her heritage is one of a strong naval and mercantile power, often led to greatness by charismatic generals.''</div>
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Croton/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Croton}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Croton/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Crotine heritage
 
|name= Crotine heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-5%|b}} Discipline
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-5%|b}} Discipline
 
}}<section end=Croton/>
 
}}<section end=Croton/>
| ''Croton was a successful Achaean colony and home to the mathematician and sage Pythagoras' and his famous school, which was forced out of the city by revolutionaries afraid of its impious influence and political clout.''
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''Croton was a successful Achaean colony and home to the mathematician and sage Pythagoras' and his famous school, which was forced out of the city by revolutionaries afraid of its impious influence and political clout.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Cyrenaica/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Cyrenaica}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Cyrenaica/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Cyrenaican heritage
 
|name= Cyrenaican heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-1|b}} Diplomatic relations
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-1|b}} Diplomatic relations
 
}}<section end=Cyrenaica/>
 
}}<section end=Cyrenaica/>
| ''The Greek colony of Cyrene was established by settlers fleeing a famine on the island of Thera. They successfully integrated the native inhabitants and established the famed Pentapolis, or five cities, now a byword for the entire region. A centre of trade and learning, Cyrenaica holds a unique position if they can maintain independence from their powerful neighbors.''
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''The Greek colony of Cyrene was established by settlers fleeing a famine on the island of Thera. They successfully integrated the native inhabitants and established the famed Pentapolis, or five cities, now a byword for the entire region. A centre of trade and learning, Cyrenaica holds a unique position if they can maintain independence from their powerful neighbors.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Delphi/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Delphi}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Delphi/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Delphic heritage
 
|name= Delphic heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−1|b}} Diplomatic relations
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−1|b}} Diplomatic relations
 
}}<section end=Delphi/>
 
}}<section end=Delphi/>
| ''The center of the Hellenic world and home to Apollo's most famous oracle the Pythia, Delphi has played an important role in the vicissitudes of Greek history - her rich temple treasuries a prime target for impious looters.''
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''The center of the Hellenic world and home to Apollo's most famous oracle the Pythia, Delphi has played an important role in the vicissitudes of Greek history - her rich temple treasuries a prime target for impious looters.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Elea/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Elea}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Elea/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Elean heritage
 
|name= Elean heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Pop Promotion Speed
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Pop Promotion Speed
 
}}<section end=Elea/>
 
}}<section end=Elea/>
| ''Elea is the main colony of Phocaean refugees who fled Ionia as the Persians approached. They are renowned for their maritime experience and the philosophers their city has produced including Zeno, whose paradoxes still confuse its residents.''
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''Elea is the main colony of Phocaean refugees who fled Ionia as the Persians approached. They are renowned for their maritime experience and the philosophers their city has produced including Zeno, whose paradoxes still confuse its residents.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Elis/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Elis}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Elis/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Eleian heritage
 
|name= Eleian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Manpower recovery speed
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Manpower recovery speed
 
}}<section end=Elis/>
 
}}<section end=Elis/>
| ''Custodians of the Temple of Olympus and generous hosts of the quadrennial Olympic games, the Eleians occupy the crossroads of Greek culture and serve as the settlers of disputes and judges of victory.''
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''Custodians of the Temple of Olympus and generous hosts of the quadrennial Olympic games, the Eleians occupy the crossroads of Greek culture and serve as the settlers of disputes and judges of victory.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Egypt/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Egypt}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Egypt/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Ptolemaios
 
|name= Heritage of Ptolemaios
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−15%|b}} Pop Assimilation Speed
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−15%|b}} Pop Assimilation Speed
 
}}<section end=Egypt/>
 
}}<section end=Egypt/>
| ''When Alexander died Ptolemaios Soter made certain that he was to be granted the richest and most prosperous land that he had known during the military campaigns under his former liege. Egypt is both the breadbasket of the Mediterranean and the carrier of a legacy going back millennia. With its wealth, and drawing from its traditions as well as those of the Hellenic world, Ptolemaios set out to build a state famed for its patronage of religion and culture.''
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''When Alexander died Ptolemaios Soter made certain that he was to be granted the richest and most prosperous land that he had known during the military campaigns under his former liege. Egypt is both the breadbasket of the Mediterranean and the carrier of a legacy going back millennia. With its wealth, and drawing from its traditions as well as those of the Hellenic world, Ptolemaios set out to build a state famed for its patronage of religion and culture.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Epidauros/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Epidauros}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Epidauros/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Epidauran heritage
 
|name= Epidauran heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Fort defense
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Fort defense
 
}}<section end=Epidauros/>
 
}}<section end=Epidauros/>
| ''As the center for the worship of Asclepius, Epidauros attracts physicians and natural philosophers from across the Greek world, advancing the study of medicine and flourishing under the patronage of pilgrims who seek treatment.''
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''As the center for the worship of Asclepius, Epidauros attracts physicians and natural philosophers from across the Greek world, advancing the study of medicine and flourishing under the patronage of pilgrims who seek treatment.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Epirus/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Epirus}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Epirus/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Epirote heritage
 
|name= Epirote heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National Commerce Income
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National Commerce Income
 
}}<section end=Epirus/>
 
}}<section end=Epirus/>
| ''The green lands of Epirus were long divided between various states but have in time been united under the fist of the Molossians, often allied with the neighboring Argeads of Macedonia.''
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''The green lands of Epirus were long divided between various states but have in time been united under the fist of the Molossians, often allied with the neighboring Argeads of Macedonia.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Eretria/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Eretria}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Eretria/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Eretrian heritage
 
|name= Eretrian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Fort defense
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Fort defense
 
}}<section end=Eretria/>
 
}}<section end=Eretria/>
| ''Eretria, or the 'City of Rowers', was the most powerful Euboean city after Chalkis, with which it vied for control of the fertile Lelantine plain, and contributed ships in the diadochi conflicts which wracked Euboea.''
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''Eretria, or the 'City of Rowers', was the most powerful Euboean city after Chalkis, with which it vied for control of the fertile Lelantine plain, and contributed ships in the diadochi conflicts which wracked Euboea.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Etruria/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Etruria}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Etruria/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Etruscan heritage
 
|name= Etruscan heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Military Provincial Investment Cost
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Military Provincial Investment Cost
 
}}<section end=Etruria/>
 
}}<section end=Etruria/>
| ''As one of the oldest peoples on the Italian peninsula the Etruscans have a long and proud Heritage of state and city building.''
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''As one of the oldest peoples on the Italian peninsula the Etruscans have a long and proud Heritage of state and city building.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Halikarnassos/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Halikarnassos}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Halikarnassos/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Halicarnassan heritage
 
|name= Halicarnassan heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Fort defense
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Fort defense
 
}}<section end=Halikarnassos/>
 
}}<section end=Halikarnassos/>
| ''Home to the famous tomb of Mausolus, Halicarnassus was governed by the Hekatominids until the arrival of Alexander the Great, where upon it was fired by the Persians and lost its prior importance.''
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''Home to the famous tomb of Mausolus, Halicarnassus was governed by the Hekatominids until the arrival of Alexander the Great, where upon it was fired by the Persians and lost its prior importance.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Heraclea_Pontica/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Heraclea Pontica}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Heraclea_Pontica/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heraclean heritage
 
|name= Heraclean heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Loyalty gain chance
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Loyalty gain chance
 
}}<section end=Heraclea_Pontica/>
 
}}<section end=Heraclea_Pontica/>
| ''The people of Heraclea Pontica are descendants of the people of Megara, settled along the Bithynian coast and named for Herakles who had traveled into the realm of Hades nearby. Once a colony itself, it settled many cities along the Black Sea, becoming a notable power after the fall of the Persian empire.''
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''The people of Heraclea Pontica are descendants of the people of Megara, settled along the Bithynian coast and named for Herakles who had traveled into the realm of Hades nearby. Once a colony itself, it settled many cities along the Black Sea, becoming a notable power after the fall of the Persian empire.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Iberia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Iberia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Iberia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Iberian heritage
 
|name= Iberian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−10|b}} Loyalty of Governors
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−10|b}} Loyalty of Governors
 
}}<section end=Iberia/>
 
}}<section end=Iberia/>
| ''With the many disparate tribes of Iberia under their leadership, the Iberians have a large population for their military if they can keep them all in check.''
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''With the many disparate tribes of Iberia under their leadership, the Iberians have a large population for their military if they can keep them all in check.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Icenia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Icenia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Icenia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Iceni heritage
 
|name= Iceni heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−10%|b}} Improve Opinion Maximum
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−10%|b}} Improve Opinion Maximum
 
}}<section end=Icenia/>
 
}}<section end=Icenia/>
| ''Risen from relative obscurity the Iceni are a proud and fiercely independent people.''
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''Risen from relative obscurity the Iceni are a proud and fiercely independent people.''</div>
|-
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Ionia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Ionia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Ionia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Ionian heritage
 
|name= Ionian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National Slave Output
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National Slave Output
 
}}<section end=Ionia/>
 
}}<section end=Ionia/>
| ''The birthplace of many of the most influential philosophers of the Hellenic world, the mindset of the Ionians is inherently inquisitive and dismissive of religious superstitions.''
+
''The birthplace of many of the most influential philosophers of the Hellenic world, the mindset of the Ionians is inherently inquisitive and dismissive of religious superstitions.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Judea/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Judea}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Judea/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Judean heritage
 
|name= Judean heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−25%|b}} Pop Conversion Speed
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−25%|b}} Pop Conversion Speed
 
}}<section end=Judea/>
 
}}<section end=Judea/>
| ''With a heritage dating back to the Kingdom of Judah, this remains the carrier traditions of a people that has seen kings, and conquerors come and go. Some have been their own and some have come from faraway lands such as Greece or Persia. To this day the Judean people cherish their deeply religious and fiercely independent heritage.''
+
''With a heritage dating back to the Kingdom of Judah, this remains the carrier traditions of a people that has seen kings, and conquerors come and go. Some have been their own and some have come from faraway lands such as Greece or Persia. To this day the Judean people cherish their deeply religious and fiercely independent heritage.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Kalinga/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Kalinga}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Kalinga/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Kalingan heritage
 
|name= Kalingan heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−2|b}} Diplomatic reputation
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−2|b}} Diplomatic reputation
 
}}<section end=Kalinga/>
 
}}<section end=Kalinga/>
| ''In a distant past it is said that the Kalingas were brothers with neighboring tribes, and to this day we have maintained closer relations than most with the tribes of the jungles that surround our coastal kingdom. Perhaps this is why we still cherish many of our own tribal traditions ourselves. With the oppressive Nanda rule in this region gone we are the natural leaders of our region, though our riches can easily attract unwanted attention from other states on the rise.''
+
''In a distant past it is said that the Kalingas were brothers with neighboring tribes, and to this day we have maintained closer relations than most with the tribes of the jungles that surround our coastal kingdom. Perhaps this is why we still cherish many of our own tribal traditions ourselves. With the oppressive Nanda rule in this region gone we are the natural leaders of our region, though our riches can easily attract unwanted attention from other states on the rise.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Kios/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Kios}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Kios/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Ciusan heritage
 
|name= Ciusan heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Fort defense
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Fort defense
 
}}<section end=Kios/>
 
}}<section end=Kios/>
| ''Cius, strategically placed in command of the Propontis, has been an important city since its foundation, later submitting to Persian rule under the government of the eastern Mithridatids.''
+
''Cius, strategically placed in command of the Propontis, has been an important city since its foundation, later submitting to Persian rule under the government of the eastern Mithridatids.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Knidos/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Knidos}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Knidos/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Cnidusian heritage
 
|name= Cnidusian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+30|b}} Loyalty to Overlord
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+30|b}} Loyalty to Overlord
 
}}<section end=Knidos/>
 
}}<section end=Knidos/>
| ''Cnidus boasts a long history, founding far flung colonies and maintaining its independence from the barbarians of the interior through deft diplomacy.''
+
''Cnidus boasts a long history, founding far flung colonies and maintaining its independence from the barbarians of the interior through deft diplomacy.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Kush/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Kush}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Kush/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Kushite heritage
 
|name= Kushite heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Military Provincial Investment Cost
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Military Provincial Investment Cost
 
}}<section end=Kush/>
 
}}<section end=Kush/>
| ''While the Upper Nile has been our home for generations the Kushite people were once the masters of Egypt, and even Judea. With the lower Nile in Greek hands we remain the custodians of the native Egyptian legacy as well the traditions of our own.''
+
''While the Upper Nile has been our home for generations the Kushite people were once the masters of Egypt, and even Judea. With the lower Nile in Greek hands we remain the custodians of the native Egyptian legacy as well the traditions of our own.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Macedon/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Macedon}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Macedon/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Kassandros
 
|name= Heritage of Kassandros
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−2|b}} Diplomatic reputation
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−2|b}} Diplomatic reputation
 
}}<section end=Macedon/>
 
}}<section end=Macedon/>
| ''Under the Argeads Macedon was built into the premier military force in the Greater Greek region, uniting mainland Greece under one rule. Even after the death of Alexander and the rise of the Antipatrids Macedon has an uncontested rule among Greek states, with the Macedonian barons making up the core of a strong military machine.''
+
''Under the Argeads Macedon was built into the premier military force in the Greater Greek region, uniting mainland Greece under one rule. Even after the death of Alexander and the rise of the Antipatrids Macedon has an uncontested rule among Greek states, with the Macedonian barons making up the core of a strong military machine.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Massilia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Massilia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Massilia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Massilian heritage
 
|name= Massilian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} Manpower recovery speed
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} Manpower recovery speed
 
}}<section end=Massilia/>
 
}}<section end=Massilia/>
| ''Massilia was the leading colony of the Ionian city of Phocaea, whose people abandoned their homes rather than submit to Persian rule. The refugees settled here and in their other colonies, turning the isolated port into one of the foremost trading powers and colonisers in the west, all the while defending their strongholds from the barbarians that surround them.''
+
''Massilia was the leading colony of the Ionian city of Phocaea, whose people abandoned their homes rather than submit to Persian rule. The refugees settled here and in their other colonies, turning the isolated port into one of the foremost trading powers and colonisers in the west, all the while defending their strongholds from the barbarians that surround them.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Maurya/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Maurya}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Maurya/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Chandragupta
 
|name= Heritage of Chandragupta
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+15%|b}} Aggressive Expansion Impact
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+15%|b}} Aggressive Expansion Impact
 
}}<section end=Maurya/>
 
}}<section end=Maurya/>
| ''While the Maurya empire is a newcomer to the scene of Northern India it is also the carrier of an ancient Dharmic heritage that predates its own conception as well as that of the Nanda and Argead empires it displaced. The state built by Chandragupta is one of institutional strength but it must also harbor a great variety of peoples and faiths.''
+
''While the Maurya empire is a newcomer to the scene of Northern India it is also the carrier of an ancient Dharmic heritage that predates its own conception as well as that of the Nanda and Argead empires it displaced. The state built by Chandragupta is one of institutional strength but it must also harbor a great variety of peoples and faiths.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Megara/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Megara}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Megara/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Megaran heritage
 
|name= Megaran heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Morale of Armies
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Morale of Armies
 
}}<section end=Megara/>
 
}}<section end=Megara/>
| ''An ancient rival of Athens for control of Attica, Megara derives its status from its position linking Hellas to the Peloponesos, and is home to the Megarian school of dialectic philosophy.''
+
''An ancient rival of Athens for control of Attica, Megara derives its status from its position linking Hellas to the Peloponesos, and is home to the Megarian school of dialectic philosophy.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Messenia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Messenia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Messenia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Helot heritage
 
|name= Helot heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National Commerce Income
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National Commerce Income
 
}}<section end=Messenia/>
 
}}<section end=Messenia/>
| ''When the Spartans were defeated by Epaminondas of Thebes, he founded the city of Messene and gave it to the Helots. We have always been the main population group in both Laconia and Messenia, but for centuries we were slaves under Sparta. As a free nation we can finally benefit from our own hard work. As a free nation we must also never forget that we were once slaves under Sparta, and forcefully be on our guard against those who would enslave us once again.''
+
''When the Spartans were defeated by Epaminondas of Thebes, he founded the city of Messene and gave it to the Helots. We have always been the main population group in both Laconia and Messenia, but for centuries we were slaves under Sparta. As a free nation we can finally benefit from our own hard work. As a free nation we must also never forget that we were once slaves under Sparta, and forcefully be on our guard against those who would enslave us once again.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Metapontum/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Metapontum}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Metapontum/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Metapontine heritage
 
|name= Metapontine heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Discipline
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-10%|b}} Discipline
 
}}<section end=Metapontum/>
 
}}<section end=Metapontum/>
| ''Metapontum is one of the oldest Italiote colonies, founded by settlers from Achaea and surviving the intrigues of its close neighbors. The mathematician Pythagoras fled here from Croton, and many still follow his religious teachings.''
+
''Metapontum is one of the oldest Italiote colonies, founded by settlers from Achaea and surviving the intrigues of its close neighbors. The mathematician Pythagoras fled here from Croton, and many still follow his religious teachings.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Miletos/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Miletos}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Miletos/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Milesian heritage
 
|name= Milesian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|-5%|b}} National Tax
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|-5%|b}} National Tax
 
}}<section end=Miletos/>
 
}}<section end=Miletos/>
| ''Miletus produced Thales, the most famous philosopher before Socrates, who brought Babylonian teachings to the Hellenic world. The citizens of Milesians are also unmatched in their talents for architecture and construction.''
+
''Miletus produced Thales, the most famous philosopher before Socrates, who brought Babylonian teachings to the Hellenic world. The citizens of Milesians are also unmatched in their talents for architecture and construction.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Nabatea/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Nabatea}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Nabatea/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Nabatean heritage
 
|name= Nabatean heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} Pop Conversion Speed
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} Pop Conversion Speed
 
}}<section end=Nabatea/>
 
}}<section end=Nabatea/>
| ''Our Bedouins ancestry allows us to dominate trade across the desert, providing the wider world with goods that would otherwise not be within their reach. This wealth has allowed us to build great cities, monuments and a strong army, well versed in the ways of desert warfare.''
+
''Our Bedouins ancestry allows us to dominate trade across the desert, providing the wider world with goods that would otherwise not be within their reach. This wealth has allowed us to build great cities, monuments and a strong army, well versed in the ways of desert warfare.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Phrygia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Phrygia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Phrygia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Antigonos
 
|name= Heritage of Antigonos
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−10%|b}} Fort defense
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−10%|b}} Fort defense
 
}}<section end=Phrygia/>
 
}}<section end=Phrygia/>
| ''Few generals had as many unlikely successes as Antigonos Monophtalmos and his son Demetrios Poliorketes. Their heritage is one of strong siege-craft, and of championing the free Greek cities of the Mediterranean.''
+
''Few generals had as many unlikely successes as Antigonos Monophtalmos and his son Demetrios Poliorketes. Their heritage is one of strong siege-craft, and of championing the free Greek cities of the Mediterranean.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Pontus/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Pontus}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Pontus/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Pontic heritage
 
|name= Pontic heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+15%|b}} Civic Provincial Investment Cost
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+15%|b}} Civic Provincial Investment Cost
 
}}<section end=Pontus/>
 
}}<section end=Pontus/>
| ''The region of Pontus has been a crossroad between Persian, Anatolian and Greek culture since long before Alexander brought his men eastwards, all the way back to when the Greek colonies sprung up across the Anatolian coastline.''
+
''The region of Pontus has been a crossroad between Persian, Anatolian and Greek culture since long before Alexander brought his men eastwards, all the way back to when the Greek colonies sprung up across the Anatolian coastline.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Praesos/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Praesos}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Praesos/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Minoan heritage
 
|name= Minoan heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+15%|b}} Military Provincial Investment Cost
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+15%|b}} Military Provincial Investment Cost
 
}}<section end=Praesos/>
 
}}<section end=Praesos/>
| ''The Minoans were the masters of Crete, once the overlords of all the Greeks. After the devastating volcanic eruption of Thera, the civilization fell into obscurity.''
+
''The Minoans were the masters of Crete, once the overlords of all the Greeks. After the devastating volcanic eruption of Thera, the civilization fell into obscurity.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Rhodes/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Rhodes}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Rhodes/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Rhodian heritage
 
|name= Rhodian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+10%|b}} Fort Maintenance
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+10%|b}} Fort Maintenance
 
}}<section end=Rhodes/>
 
}}<section end=Rhodes/>
| ''Founded many centuries ago Rhodes has risen to be one of the premier naval powers in the Aegean, but is also famous for its great workshops and its magnificent siege works. The most proud achievement of the island state remains being able to withstand the arduous siege of Demetrios Poliorketes, who brought the most advanced siege machinery in the world to the island but failed to breach its fortifications.''
+
''Founded many centuries ago Rhodes has risen to be one of the premier naval powers in the Aegean, but is also famous for its great workshops and its magnificent siege works. The most proud achievement of the island state remains being able to withstand the arduous siege of Demetrios Poliorketes, who brought the most advanced siege machinery in the world to the island but failed to breach its fortifications.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Rome/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Rome}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Rome/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Roman heritage
 
|name= Roman heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} Morale of Navies
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} Morale of Navies
 
}}<section end=Rome/>
 
}}<section end=Rome/>
| ''Born where the Greek south meets the Etruscan north, Rome has quickly risen to be the dominant force of central Italy and the leader of the a league of allies that stand ready to do their every bidding. Rome's unfailing capacity to mobilize its population and acquire the loyalty of the city states under its protection has over time grown into a strong imperialistic heritage.''
+
''Born where the Greek south meets the Etruscan north, Rome has quickly risen to be the dominant force of central Italy and the leader of the a league of allies that stand ready to do their every bidding. Rome's unfailing capacity to mobilize its population and acquire the loyalty of the city states under its protection has over time grown into a strong imperialistic heritage.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Seleukid Empire/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Seleukid Empire}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Seleukid Empire/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Seleukos
 
|name= Heritage of Seleukos
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−15%|b}} Pop Assimilation Speed
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−15%|b}} Pop Assimilation Speed
 
}}<section end=Seleukid Empire/>
 
}}<section end=Seleukid Empire/>
| ''With no direct connection to their Greek homeland the Seleukid rulers have had to foster a Hellenistic culture which can encompass and empower a ruling caste that is caters both to its Greek subjects and immigrants as well as its large Chaldean and Persian population groups. As such it has often come to choose adaption over cultural supremacy and has over time become a shining beacon of the Greek fusion of cultures known as Hellenism.''
+
''With no direct connection to their Greek homeland the Seleukid rulers have had to foster a Hellenistic culture which can encompass and empower a ruling caste that is caters both to its Greek subjects and immigrants as well as its large Chaldean and Persian population groups. As such it has often come to choose adaption over cultural supremacy and has over time become a shining beacon of the Greek fusion of cultures known as Hellenism.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Sparta/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Sparta}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Sparta/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Spartan heritage
 
|name= Spartan heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National Slave Output
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National Slave Output
 
}}<section end=Sparta/>
 
}}<section end=Sparta/>
| ''Once the dominant power of the Greek world, Sparta remains the carrier of an ancient martial heritage that few can question.''
+
''Once the dominant power of the Greek world, Sparta remains the carrier of an ancient martial heritage that few can question.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Syracusae/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Syracusae}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Syracusae/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Syracusan heritage
 
|name= Syracusan heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National Citizen Happiness
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} National Citizen Happiness
 
}}<section end=Syracusae/>
 
}}<section end=Syracusae/>
| ''Syracuse is one of the older Greek colonies in the west and it has on many occasions been a local power contending with the other Italic, Phoenician and Greek powers on equal terms. Over time, with the growth of Roman, Etruscan and Carthaginian power the city has had to adapt to an ever more militarized reality.''
+
''Syracuse is one of the older Greek colonies in the west and it has on many occasions been a local power contending with the other Italic, Phoenician and Greek powers on equal terms. Over time, with the growth of Roman, Etruscan and Carthaginian power the city has had to adapt to an ever more militarized reality.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Tarentum/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Tarentum}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Tarentum/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Tarentine heritage
 
|name= Tarentine heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} Import Value
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−5%|b}} Import Value
 
}}<section end=Tarentum/>
 
}}<section end=Tarentum/>
| ''Founded as a Spartan colony in Magna Graecia, Tarentum has not always had a lot of friends in their near area. Over time however the city has become renowned for its highly skilled light cavalry and built a heritage as an influential power in its region.''
+
''Founded as a Spartan colony in Magna Graecia, Tarentum has not always had a lot of friends in their near area. Over time however the city has become renowned for its highly skilled light cavalry and built a heritage as an influential power in its region.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Tartessia/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Tartessia}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Tartessia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Tartessos
 
|name= Heritage of Tartessos
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Build cost
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Build cost
 
}}<section end=Tartessia/>
 
}}<section end=Tartessia/>
| ''Many centuries ago Tartessos was one of the most important commercial and political centers of Iberia. A heritage that lives on to this day, even if the tribes that dominate the area would largely be foreign to the old Tartessians.''
+
''Many centuries ago Tartessos was one of the most important commercial and political centers of Iberia. A heritage that lives on to this day, even if the tribes that dominate the area would largely be foreign to the old Tartessians.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Thebes/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Thebes}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Thebes/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Theban heritage
 
|name= Theban heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Heavy infantry maintenance cost
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+5%|b}} Heavy infantry maintenance cost
 
}}<section end=Thebes/>
 
}}<section end=Thebes/>
| ''Once the leading military and hegemonic power in mainland Greece, Thebes was completely destroyed by Alexander the Great. Kassandros of Macedon however rebuilt the city, inviting Theban exiles to once again establish themselves in their old homes in Boeotia. Eager to reclaim the Heritage of Epaminondas, the Thebans are now ready to rise again.''
+
''Once the leading military and hegemonic power in mainland Greece, Thebes was completely destroyed by Alexander the Great. Kassandros of Macedon however rebuilt the city, inviting Theban exiles to once again establish themselves in their old homes in Boeotia. Eager to reclaim the Heritage of Epaminondas, the Thebans are now ready to rise again.''</div>
|-
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Thrace/>{{heritage
| {{flag|Thrace}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Thrace/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Heritage of Lysimachos
 
|name= Heritage of Lysimachos
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−10|b}} Subject opinion of us
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−10|b}} Subject opinion of us
 
}}<section end=Thrace/>
 
}}<section end=Thrace/>
| ''As one of Alexander's officers and former bodyguard Lysimachos was always an able general. The lasting heritage he brought to Thrace however was that of a state builder and a diplomat, able to leverage great gains from his victories in the successor wars despite his meager resources.''
+
''As one of Alexander's officers and former bodyguard Lysimachos was always an able general. The lasting heritage he brought to Thrace however was that of a state builder and a diplomat, able to leverage great gains from his victories in the successor wars despite his meager resources.''</div>
|}
+
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== Cultural heritages ==
 
== Cultural heritages ==
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Some countries of the same culture or culture group share a common special heritage, listed below.
 
Some countries of the same culture or culture group share a common special heritage, listed below.
  
{| class="wikitable"
+
=== Hellenistic ===
! width = "10%" | Culture Group !! Starting Countries !! Heritage !! Description
+
 
|-
+
{{Box wrapper}}
| rowspan=11 | Hellenistic
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Achaean/>{{heritage
|
 
* {{flag|Aigion}}
 
* {{flag|Dyme}}
 
* {{flag|Lepreon}}
 
* {{flag|Patrai}}
 
* {{flag|Pellene}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Achaean/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Achaean heritage
 
|name= Achaean heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Achaean''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Achaean''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Achaean/>
 
}}<section end=Achaean/>
| ''The Achaeans have preferred to avoid the great political games of recent years, maintaining their small league of alliances but ready to defend themselves if their sovereignty is threatened.''
+
''The Achaeans have preferred to avoid the great political games of recent years, maintaining their small league of alliances but ready to defend themselves if their sovereignty is threatened.''
|-
+
 
|  
+
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
* {{flag|Andros}}
+
* {{flag|Aigion}}
* {{flag|Kos}}
+
* {{flag|Dyme}}
* {{flag|Nesiotic League}}
+
* {{flag|Lepreon}}
|
+
* {{flag|Patrai}}
<section begin=Aegean/>{{heritage
+
* {{flag|Pellene}}
 +
|2}}</div>
 +
 
 +
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Aegean/>{{heritage
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Aegean heritage
 
|name= Aegean heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Aegean''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Aegean''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Aegean/>
 
}}<section end=Aegean/>
| ''The disparate islands of the Aegean sea produced the shipwrights and sailors who brought the Persian invaders to their knees, and still maintain a strong maritime tradition to this day.''
+
''The disparate islands of the Aegean sea produced the shipwrights and sailors who brought the Persian invaders to their knees, and still maintain a strong maritime tradition to this day.''
|-
+
 
|
+
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
* {{flag|Azania}}
+
* {{flag|Andros}}
* {{flag|Heraia}}
+
* {{flag|Kos}}
* {{flag|Mantinea}}
+
* {{flag|Nesiotic League}}
* {{flag|Megalopolis}}
+
|2}}</div>
* {{flag|Stymphalia}}
+
 
* {{flag|Tegea}}
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Arcadian/>{{heritage
|
 
<section begin=Arcadian/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Arcadian heritage
 
|name= Arcadian heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Arcadian''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Arcadian''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Arcadian/>
 
}}<section end=Arcadian/>
| ''The interior of the Peloponesos is remote and rural, a primordial place fantasized of by the urbanized elite of Greece, and survives mainly on agriculture and maintaining its distance.''
+
''The interior of the Peloponesos is remote and rural, a primordial place fantasized of by the urbanized elite of Greece, and survives mainly on agriculture and maintaining its distance.''
|-
+
 
|  
+
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
* {{flag|Astakos}}
+
* {{flag|Azania}}
* {{flag|Calchedon}}
+
* {{flag|Heraia}}
* {{flag|Kyzikos}}
+
* {{flag|Mantinea}}
|
+
* {{flag|Megalopolis}}
<section begin=Bithynian/>{{heritage
+
* {{flag|Stymphalia}}
 +
* {{flag|Tegea}}
 +
|2}}</div>
 +
 
 +
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Bithynian/>{{heritage
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Bithynian heritage
 
|name= Bithynian heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Bithynian''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Bithynian''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Bithynian/>
 
}}<section end=Bithynian/>
| ''Among the oldest colonies founded by Greeks, the Bithynian cities have survived by acceding to the demands of barbarians kings and emperors, concentrating instead on cultivating their cities.''
+
''Among the oldest colonies founded by Greeks, the Bithynian cities have survived by acceding to the demands of barbarians kings and emperors, concentrating instead on cultivating their cities.''
|-
+
 
|  
+
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
* {{flag|Chersonesus}}
+
* {{flag|Astakos}}
* {{flag|Istros}}
+
* {{flag|Calchedon}}
* {{flag|Olbia}}
+
* {{flag|Kyzikos}}
* {{flag|Tyras}}
+
|2}}</div>
|
+
 
<section begin=Bosporan/>{{heritage
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Bosporan/>{{heritage
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Bosporan heritage
 
|name= Bosporan heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Bosporan''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Bosporan''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Bosporan/>
 
}}<section end=Bosporan/>
| ''The Greek colonists of the north western Pontos Euxinos descend mainly from Megara and Miletos and have founded thriving trading hubs, preferring to stay out of the affairs of the mainland.''
+
''The Greek colonists of the north western Pontos Euxinos descend mainly from Megara and Miletos and have founded thriving trading hubs, preferring to stay out of the affairs of the mainland.''
|-
+
 
|
+
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
* {{flag|Eleutherna}}
+
* {{flag|Chersonesus}}
* {{flag|Gortyna}}
+
* {{flag|Istros}}
* {{flag|Ierapetra}}
+
* {{flag|Olbia}}
* {{flag|Knossos}}
+
* {{flag|Tyras}}
* {{flag|Kydonia}}
+
|2}}</div>
* {{flag|Lyctus}}
+
 
* {{flag|Polyrrhenia}}
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Cretan/>{{heritage
* {{flag|Tarrha}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Cretan/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Cretan heritage
 
|name= Cretan heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Cretan''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Cretan''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Cretan/>
 
}}<section end=Cretan/>
| ''The isolated cities of Crete remain doggedly embroiled in their own wars of revenge and dominance, asleep to the great political upheavals of the Hellenic world.''
+
''The isolated cities of Crete remain doggedly embroiled in their own wars of revenge and dominance, asleep to the great political upheavals of the Hellenic world.''
|-
+
 
|  
+
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
* {{flag|Oreos}}
+
* {{flag|Eleutherna}}
|
+
* {{flag|Gortyna}}
<section begin=Euboean/>{{heritage
+
* {{flag|Ierapetra}}
 +
* {{flag|Knossos}}
 +
* {{flag|Kydonia}}
 +
* {{flag|Lyctus}}
 +
* {{flag|Polyrrhenia}}
 +
* {{flag|Tarrha}}
 +
|2}}</div>
 +
 
 +
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Euboean/>{{heritage
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Euboean heritage
 
|name= Euboean heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Euboean''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Euboean''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Euboean/>
 
}}<section end=Euboean/>
| ''The island of Euboea is not particularly rich or populous, but its people have always produced fine sailors and asserted their independence, using the isle's strategic location and rugged terrain to best advantage.''
+
''The island of Euboea is not particularly rich or populous, but its people have always produced fine sailors and asserted their independence, using the isle's strategic location and rugged terrain to best advantage.''
|-
+
 
|
+
'''Starting countries:'''
* {{flag|Amisos}}
+
* {{flag|Oreos}}
* {{flag|Kerausous}}
+
</div>
* {{flag|Kotyora}}
+
 
* {{flag|Phasis}}
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Graeco-Pontic/>{{heritage
* {{flag|Sinope}}
 
* {{flag|Trapezous}}
 
|
 
<section begin=Graeco-Pontic/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Graeco-Pontic heritage
 
|name= Graeco-Pontic heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Graeco-Pontic''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Graeco-Pontic''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Graeco-Pontic/>
 
}}<section end=Graeco-Pontic/>
| ''The Greek colonists of the southern Pontos Euxinos have lived in close proximity with the native Anatolian peoples for centuries, trading and negotiating with the barbarians kings.''
+
''The Greek colonists of the southern Pontos Euxinos have lived in close proximity with the native Anatolian peoples for centuries, trading and negotiating with the barbarians kings.''
|-
+
 
|  
+
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
* {{flag|Ancona}}
+
* {{flag|Amisos}}
* {{flag|Herakleia}}
+
* {{flag|Kerausous}}
* {{flag|Hipponion}}
+
* {{flag|Kotyora}}
* {{flag|Locri}}
+
* {{flag|Phasis}}
* {{flag|Rhegium}}
+
* {{flag|Sinope}}
* {{flag|Sipontum}}
+
* {{flag|Trapezous}}
* {{flag|Thuria}}
+
|2}}</div>
|
+
 
<section begin=Italiotian/>{{heritage
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Italiotian/>{{heritage
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Italiotian heritage
 
|name= Italiotian heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Italiotian''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Italiotian''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Italiotian/>
 
}}<section end=Italiotian/>
| ''The once wealthy and powerful Italiote cities stagnated under their own indolence, preferring to rely on local mercenaries and aid from abroad to wage their wars while they discuss philosophy.''
+
''The once wealthy and powerful Italiote cities stagnated under their own indolence, preferring to rely on local mercenaries and aid from abroad to wage their wars while they discuss philosophy.''
|-
+
 
|  
+
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
* {{flag|Calactea}}
+
* {{flag|Ancona}}
* {{flag|Gelas}}
+
* {{flag|Herakleia}}
* {{flag|Herakleia Minoa}}
+
* {{flag|Hipponion}}
* {{flag|Selinous}}
+
* {{flag|Locri}}
* {{flag|Tyndaria}}
+
* {{flag|Rhegium}}
|
+
* {{flag|Sipontum}}
<section begin=Siceliote/>{{heritage
+
* {{flag|Thuria}}
 +
|2}}</div>
 +
 
 +
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Siceliote/>{{heritage
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Siceliote heritage
 
|name= Siceliote heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Siceliote''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Siceliote''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Siceliote/>
 
}}<section end=Siceliote/>
| ''The Greek cities of Sicily have struggled with the rise of populism like nowhere else in the Hellenic world, a symptom of the comfortable life of philosophy and culture pursued by their people.''
+
''The Greek cities of Sicily have struggled with the rise of populism like nowhere else in the Hellenic world, a symptom of the comfortable life of philosophy and culture pursued by their people.''
|-
+
 
|  
+
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
* {{flag|Arachosia}}
+
* {{flag|Calactea}}
* {{flag|Bactria}}
+
* {{flag|Gelas}}
* {{flag|Emporion}}
+
* {{flag|Herakleia Minoa}}
* {{flag|Hemeroskopeion}}
+
* {{flag|Selinous}}
* {{flag|Menesthei}}
+
* {{flag|Tyndaria}}
* {{flag|Parthia}}
+
|2}}</div>
|
+
 
<section begin=Hellenistic/>{{heritage
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Hellenistic/>{{heritage
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Hellenistic heritage
 
|name= Hellenistic heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Hellenistic''' culture group countries without a more specific country or cultural heritage outside of Greece, the Balkans, and Italy.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Hellenistic''' culture group countries without a more specific country or cultural heritage outside of Greece, the Balkans, and Italy.
 
}}<section end=Hellenistic/>
 
}}<section end=Hellenistic/>
| ''While Greek settlers have traveled east for generations before Alexander it was his conquest of the Achaemenid empire that led to the creation of eastern Greek states. The fusion of Persian and Greek culture that Alexander tried to foster now lives on as an undisputed Hellenistic heritage.''
+
''While Greek settlers have traveled east for generations before Alexander it was his conquest of the Achaemenid empire that led to the creation of eastern Greek states. The fusion of Persian and Greek culture that Alexander tried to foster now lives on as an undisputed Hellenistic heritage.''
|-
+
 
| Scythian
+
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
|  
+
* {{flag|Arachosia}}
* {{flag|Parni}}
+
* {{flag|Bactria}}
* {{flag|Pissuria}}
+
* {{flag|Emporion}}
* {{flag|Zanthia}}
+
* {{flag|Hemeroskopeion}}
|
+
* {{flag|Menesthei}}
<section begin=Dahae/>{{heritage
+
* {{flag|Parthia}}
 +
|2}}</div>
 +
{{End box wrapper}}
 +
 
 +
=== Scythian ===
 +
{{Box wrapper}}
 +
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Dahae/>{{heritage
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name= Dahae heritage
 
|name= Dahae heritage
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|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Dahae''' culture countries.
 
|notes = For [[File:Culture.png|24px]] '''Dahae''' culture countries.
 
}}<section end=Dahae/>
 
}}<section end=Dahae/>
| ''Our people prides itself with its great skill as riders and its horsemanship. Nobles and commoners alike learn to ride at an early age and as a consequence the force of our cavalry arm can make the strongest of empires tremble. A pastoral lifestyle has made many accustomed to a free way of life however, fostering an autonomous mode of government where chieftains and nobles have great say over their own business.''
+
''Our people prides itself with its great skill as riders and its horsemanship. Nobles and commoners alike learn to ride at an early age and as a consequence the force of our cavalry arm can make the strongest of empires tremble. A pastoral lifestyle has made many accustomed to a free way of life however, fostering an autonomous mode of government where chieftains and nobles have great say over their own business.''
|}
+
 
 +
'''Starting countries:'''{{MultiColumn|
 +
* {{flag|Parnia}}
 +
* {{flag|Pissuria}}
 +
* {{flag|Zanthia}}
 +
|2}}</div>
 +
{{End box wrapper}}
  
 
== Group heritages ==
 
== Group heritages ==
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All other states without a country or culture/culture group specific heritage get a generic one from the list below, based on the terrain and modifiers of its capital. The first heritage that the country meets the requirements for will be selected.
 
All other states without a country or culture/culture group specific heritage get a generic one from the list below, based on the terrain and modifiers of its capital. The first heritage that the country meets the requirements for will be selected.
  
{| class="wikitable"
+
{{Box wrapper}}
! heritage !! Description
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Pirate/>{{heritage
|-
 
|
 
<section begin=Pirate/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Pirate heritage
 
|name = Pirate heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Pirate haven.png|28px]] '''Pirate Haven'''.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Pirate haven.png|28px]] '''Pirate Haven'''.
 
}}<section end=Pirate/>
 
}}<section end=Pirate/>
| ''Some would say that the ancestors of this people were pirates and plunderers, always ready to profit from the misfortune of others. That is, however, a matter of perspective. A strong adventuring spirit along with a love for the open sea is the heritage that binds this people together.''
+
''Some would say that the ancestors of this people were pirates and plunderers, always ready to profit from the misfortune of others. That is, however, a matter of perspective. A strong adventuring spirit along with a love for the open sea is the heritage that binds this people together.''</div>
|-
+
 
|
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Seafaring/>{{heritage
<section begin=Seafaring/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Seafaring heritage
 
|name = Seafaring heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Port icon.png|28px]] '''port'''.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Port icon.png|28px]] '''port'''.
 
}}<section end=Seafaring/>
 
}}<section end=Seafaring/>
| ''The Heritage of this people has been associated with navigating the open seas for generations. Some say their ancestors came here from faraway lands, others that they have welcomed sailors that sought out their ports.''
+
''The Heritage of this people has been associated with navigating the open seas for generations. Some say their ancestors came here from faraway lands, others that they have welcomed sailors that sought out their ports.''</div>
|-
+
 
|
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Coastal/>{{heritage
<section begin=Coastal/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Coastal heritage
 
|name = Coastal heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain coastal.png|28px]] '''coastal''' territory.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain coastal.png|28px]] '''coastal''' territory.
 
}}<section end=Coastal/>
 
}}<section end=Coastal/>
| ''While they never became great seafarers this people have always been dependent on what the sea brings them for their wealth and prosperity. A Heritage of trade and bartering is the core around which their culture revolves.''
+
''While they never became great seafarers this people have always been dependent on what the sea brings them for their wealth and prosperity. A Heritage of trade and bartering is the core around which their culture revolves.''</div>
|-
+
 
|
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=River Plains/>{{heritage
<section begin=River Plains/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = River Plains heritage
 
|name = River Plains heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain farmland.png|28px]] '''farmland''' or [[File:Terrain plains.png|28px]] '''plains''' terrain territory adjacent to a [[File:Terrain river.png|28px]] '''major river'''.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain farmland.png|28px]] '''farmland''' or [[File:Terrain plains.png|28px]] '''plains''' terrain territory adjacent to a [[File:Terrain river.png|28px]] '''major river'''.
 
}}<section end=River Plains/>
 
}}<section end=River Plains/>
| ''The fertile plains around great rivers have given birth to many civilizations over the centuries. This people's heritage is closely tied to farming the land of the river plains in which they originated.''
+
''The fertile plains around great rivers have given birth to many civilizations over the centuries. This people's heritage is closely tied to farming the land of the river plains in which they originated.''</div>
|-
+
 
|
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Steppe/>{{heritage
<section begin=Steppe/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Steppe heritage
 
|name = Steppe heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain plains.png|28px]] '''plains''' or [[File:Terrain desert.png|28px]] '''desert''' terrain territory in the regions of Sarmatia Europea, Sarmatia Asiatica, Taurica, or Scythia.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain plains.png|28px]] '''plains''' or [[File:Terrain desert.png|28px]] '''desert''' terrain territory in the regions of Sarmatia Europea, Sarmatia Asiatica, Taurica, or Scythia.
 
}}<section end=Steppe/>
 
}}<section end=Steppe/>
| ''The wide open grasslands of the north have been the home of this people for generations and the harsh life of the steppes has completely shaped their heritage and society at large.''
+
''The wide open grasslands of the north have been the home of this people for generations and the harsh life of the steppes has completely shaped their heritage and society at large.''</div>
|-
+
 
|
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Rural/>{{heritage
<section begin=Rural/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Rural heritage
 
|name = Rural heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain farmland.png|28px]] '''farmland''' or [[File:Terrain plains.png|28px]] '''plains''' terrain territory.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain farmland.png|28px]] '''farmland''' or [[File:Terrain plains.png|28px]] '''plains''' terrain territory.
 
}}<section end=Rural/>
 
}}<section end=Rural/>
| ''Life in the plains, fields and pastures has shaped this people into what it is. Over time these farmers and shepherds have constructed cities, roads and bridges but at their heart they still value a life in the countryside.''
+
''Life in the plains, fields and pastures has shaped this people into what it is. Over time these farmers and shepherds have constructed cities, roads and bridges but at their heart they still value a life in the countryside.''</div>
|-
+
 
|
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Montane/>{{heritage
<section begin=Montane/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Montane heritage
 
|name = Montane heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain mountain.png|28px]] '''mountains''' terrain territory.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain mountain.png|28px]] '''mountains''' terrain territory.
 
}}<section end=Montane/>
 
}}<section end=Montane/>
| ''The mountainous landscapes in which this people originated has shaped their Heritage of fierce independence and self determination. Some would say that their strong sense of self defense can even make them see enemies where there were only friends, but their awareness of how they can survive and defend themselves in hostile terrain has served them well over the centuries.''
+
''The mountainous landscapes in which this people originated has shaped their Heritage of fierce independence and self determination. Some would say that their strong sense of self defense can even make them see enemies where there were only friends, but their awareness of how they can survive and defend themselves in hostile terrain has served them well over the centuries.''</div>
|-
+
 
|
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Desert/>{{heritage
<section begin=Desert/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Desert heritage
 
|name = Desert heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain desert.png|28px]] '''desert''' terrain territory.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain desert.png|28px]] '''desert''' terrain territory.
 
}}<section end=Desert/>
 
}}<section end=Desert/>
| ''The ancestors of this people have traversed open deserts for many generations and over time built traditions and an almost instinct based understanding for how to survive and thrive among the hot dunes. Whether the objective is to build an empire of the sands or to traverse a desert in search of new homes there are few who would find this task as natural as those of this heritage.''
+
''The ancestors of this people have traversed open deserts for many generations and over time built traditions and an almost instinct based understanding for how to survive and thrive among the hot dunes. Whether the objective is to build an empire of the sands or to traverse a desert in search of new homes there are few who would find this task as natural as those of this heritage.''</div>
|-
+
 
|
+
<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Jungle/>{{heritage
<section begin=Jungle/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Jungle heritage
 
|name = Jungle heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain jungle.png|28px]] '''jungle''' terrain territory.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain jungle.png|28px]] '''jungle''' terrain territory.
 
}}<section end=Jungle/>
 
}}<section end=Jungle/>
| ''Over the centuries this people has made nature their fortress. The deep jungles and the creatures that dwell within them are their allies, their foes and the principal asset around which they organize their defenses.''
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''Over the centuries this people has made nature their fortress. The deep jungles and the creatures that dwell within them are their allies, their foes and the principal asset around which they organize their defenses.''</div>
|-
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|
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Forest/>{{heritage
<section begin=Forest/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Forest heritage
 
|name = Forest heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain forest.png|28px]] '''forest''' terrain territory.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain forest.png|28px]] '''forest''' terrain territory.
 
}}<section end=Forest/>
 
}}<section end=Forest/>
| ''In the forests of their homeland this people has acquired a strong tradition of archery and a long tradition for how to maintain the unity of the disparate tribes that dwelt there.''
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''In the forests of their homeland this people has acquired a strong tradition of archery and a long tradition for how to maintain the unity of the disparate tribes that dwelt there.''</div>
|-
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|
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Marshland/>{{heritage
<section begin=Marshland/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Marshland heritage
 
|name = Marshland heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain marsh.png|28px]] '''marsh''' terrain territory.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain marsh.png|28px]] '''marsh''' terrain territory.
 
}}<section end=Marshland/>
 
}}<section end=Marshland/>
| ''People accustomed to marshes and wetlands once built this state. In this environment they acquired great experience in asymmetrical warfare as well as in how to turn land that some would consider unfit for living into a prosperous garden.''
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''People accustomed to marshes and wetlands once built this state. In this environment they acquired great experience in asymmetrical warfare as well as in how to turn land that some would consider unfit for living into a prosperous garden.''</div>
|-
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|
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Highland/>{{heritage
<section begin=Highland/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Highland heritage
 
|name = Highland heritage
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|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain hills.png|28px]] '''hills''' terrain territory.
 
|notes = For countries with a starting [[File:Country capital.png|28px]] capital in a [[File:Terrain hills.png|28px]] '''hills''' terrain territory.
 
}}<section end=Highland/>
 
}}<section end=Highland/>
| ''The Heritage of this people was once forged in the open highlands. To this day they remain more well versed than most in the construction of stone buildings and fortifications, but they also carry a strong aversion to the open seas.''
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''The Heritage of this people was once forged in the open highlands. To this day they remain more well versed than most in the construction of stone buildings and fortifications, but they also carry a strong aversion to the open seas.''</div>
|-
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|
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Unremarkable/>{{heritage
<section begin=Unremarkable/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Unremarkable heritage
 
|name = Unremarkable heritage
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|notes = '''Generic''' heritage for any countries that do not fall into any of the other groups.
 
|notes = '''Generic''' heritage for any countries that do not fall into any of the other groups.
 
}}<section end=Unremarkable/>
 
}}<section end=Unremarkable/>
| ''Most peoples have something to be proud of but this is not the case for the citizens of this state. Long forgotten by the outside world they continue to lead uneventful, if peaceful, lives and have no hopes or aspirations of note.''
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''Most peoples have something to be proud of but this is not the case for the citizens of this state. Long forgotten by the outside world they continue to lead uneventful, if peaceful, lives and have no hopes or aspirations of note.''</div>
|}
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== Mission created heritages ==
 
== Mission created heritages ==
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A few [[Countries#Releasable_countries|releasable countries]] from [[missions]] also have unique heritages, listed below.
 
A few [[Countries#Releasable_countries|releasable countries]] from [[missions]] also have unique heritages, listed below.
  
{| class="wikitable"
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! width="9%" | Country !! Mission Tree !! Heritage !! Description
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Corinth/>{{heritage
|- id = corinthian_heritage
 
| {{flag|Corinth}}
 
| {{flag|Rome|0}} [[Rome|Roman]] mission tree [[Roman_missions#Subduing_Greece|'''Subduing Greece''']]
 
|
 
<section begin=Corinth/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Corinthian heritage
 
|name = Corinthian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|−1|b}} Diplomatic relations
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|−1|b}} Diplomatic relations
 
}}<section end=Corinth/>
 
}}<section end=Corinth/>
| ''Corinth was one of the largest city-states of Greece until recent years, playing an important role as it was at a highly defensive position in-between the rich states of Attica and the Peleponnese. After the conquests of Macedon, it was left as nothing more than a fortified position for the Macedonian troops in the south, bereft of its own independence.''
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''Corinth was one of the largest city-states of Greece until recent years, playing an important role as it was at a highly defensive position in-between the rich states of Attica and the Peleponnese. After the conquests of Macedon, it was left as nothing more than a fortified position for the Macedonian troops in the south, bereft of its own independence.''
|- id = decapolian_heritage
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| {{flag|Decapolis}}
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Released from the {{flag|Rome|0}} [[Rome|Roman]] mission tree [[Roman_missions#Subduing_Greece|'''Subduing Greece''']]</div>
| {{flag|Rome|0}} [[Rome|Roman]] mission tree [[Roman_missions#Eastern_Glory|'''Eastern Glory''']]
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|
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Decapolis/>{{heritage
<section begin=Decapolis/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Decapolian heritage
 
|name = Decapolian heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+10|b}} Loyalty to Overlord
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+10|b}} Loyalty to Overlord
 
}}<section end=Decapolis/>
 
}}<section end=Decapolis/>
| ''The ten great cities of the Decapolis have often been allied to one another to defend against the Judean aggressors to the south, and now they have finally been put together in a league.''
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''The ten great cities of the Decapolis have often been allied to one another to defend against the Judean aggressors to the south, and now they have finally been put together in a league.''
|- id = epikrateia_heritage
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| {{flag|Epikrateia}}
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Released from the {{flag|Rome|0}} [[Rome|Roman]] mission tree [[Roman_missions#Eastern_Glory|'''Eastern Glory''']]</div>
| {{flag|Carthage|0}} [[Carthage|Carthaginian]] mission tree [[Punic_missions#An_End_to_Sicillian_Warfare|'''An End to Sicilian Warfare''']]
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|
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Epikrateia/>{{heritage
<section begin=Epikrateia/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Epikrateia heritage
 
|name = Epikrateia heritage
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|modifier3effect = {{red|+30|b}} Loyalty to Overlord
 
|modifier3effect = {{red|+30|b}} Loyalty to Overlord
 
}}<section end=Epikrateia/>
 
}}<section end=Epikrateia/>
| ''The people of Sicily has long been under the protection of Carthage, as they were faced by the danger of subjugation by the Greek overlords of Syracuse. Finally they have come together to form a proper state, instead of a flimsy defensive alliance protecting several city-states''
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''The people of Sicily has long been under the protection of Carthage, as they were faced by the danger of subjugation by the Greek overlords of Syracuse. Finally they have come together to form a proper state, instead of a flimsy defensive alliance protecting several city-states''
|- id = religious_enclave_heritage
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| Religious State
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Released from the {{flag|Carthage|0}} [[Carthage|Carthaginian]] mission tree [[Punic_missions#An_End_to_Sicillian_Warfare|'''An End to Sicilian Warfare''']]</div>
| Generic mission tree [[Generic_missions#Infrastructure_Mission|'''Pearl of [Region]/ Growth of [Region]/ Stabilize and Grow [Region]''']]
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|
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<div style="width:330px; padding:10px;"><section begin=Religious State/>{{heritage
<section begin=Religious State/>{{heritage
 
 
|version = 1.4
 
|version = 1.4
 
|name = Religious State heritage
 
|name = Religious State heritage
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}}<section end=Religious State/>
 
}}<section end=Religious State/>
 
| ''This state was founded by the priesthood of a great temple. To this day they revere the old traditions of their predecessors even if some would say their rule has grown increasingly focused on the temporal world over time.''
 
| ''This state was founded by the priesthood of a great temple. To this day they revere the old traditions of their predecessors even if some would say their rule has grown increasingly focused on the temporal world over time.''
|}
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Released from the Generic mission tree [[Generic_missions#Infrastructure_Mission|'''Pearl of [Region]/ Growth of [Region]/ Stabilize and Grow [Region]''']]</div>
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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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[[category:Realm]]
 
[[category:Realm]]

Revision as of 15:24, 29 June 2020

A country's heritage in the diplomacy interface

Heritages are a set of modifiers assigned to each state, always consisting of two bonuses and one malus usually reflecting its culture, history, or ambitions. Several countries have unique heritages, while the remainder share group heritages. Heritages are pre-assigned and cannot be changed over the course of a game, not even when creating a formable nation.

Country heritages

Many major and more notable countries have their own unique heritages, listed below.

Flag of Acragas Acragantine heritage

Build cost.png -5% Build Cost
Omen.png 10% Omen power
Loyalty gain chance.png +10% Loyalty gain chance

Acragas is the second most powerful Siceliote city, vying with Syracuse for control of the island, but also victim to its own tyrants and demagogues. Her temples are perhaps the most numerous in the entire Greek world.
Flag of Aeolia Aeolian heritage

Diplomatic reputation.png +2 Diplomatic reputation
Pop citizen output.png +10% National citizen output
Fort defense.png −10% Fort defense

Home to the once great city of Troy, the Greek cities of Aeolia have a strong mercantile background on the along the Hellespont, and boast many philosophers as residents and natives.
Flag of Aetolia Aetolian heritage

Discipline.png +5% Discipline
Recruit mercenary cost modifier.png -5% Recruit mercenary cost
Diplomatic relations.png -1 Diplomatic relations

The fiercely independent Aetolians have survived their northern neighbors advances by tenacity alone, and stand ready to become one of the leading powers of northern Greece.
Flag of Argos Argive heritage

Ruler popularity gain.png +0.04 Monthly ruler popularity gain
Discipline.png +5% Discipline
Fort defense.png −10% Fort defense

A traditional antagonist to Sparta and a regional power in Peleponesos, Argos has been down on its luck ever since Peleponesian war. With the destruction of Spartan power the Argives have however found new friends in the successor kings, and their people have begun to restore their heritage as a military power.
Flag of Armenia Armenian heritage

Manpower recovery speed.png +5% Manpower recovery speed
Unit light cavalry.png −10% Light cavalry maintenance cost
Tributary opinion of us.png −10 Subject opinion of us

The kingdom of Armenia was founded many hundreds of years ago and has kept true to its own heritage for generations, even under the Achaemenid's and Alexander the Great the kingdom has preserved its own traditions of kingship and warfare.
Flag of Arvernia Arvernian heritage

Diplomatic relations.png +1 Diplomatic relations
Unit heavy infantry.png −5% Heavy infantry maintenance cost
Enslavement efficiency.png −10% Enslavement efficiency

One of the more diplomatically influential tribes in Southern Gaul, the Arverni also has a strong tradition of artisanal production of metalworking.
Flag of Athens Athenian heritage

Tyranny.png −0.02 Monthly tyranny
Naval damage taken.png −5% Ship damage taken
Enact law cost modifier.png +10% Enact law cost

While the heyday of Athenian influence may be over, it remains one of the most prestigious cities in the Greek world and is home to the Akademia founded by Plato. While it has at times languished under vile foreign tyrants such as Demetrios of Phaleron, the city still maintains its traditions of Democratic rule.
Flag of Atropatene Heritage of Atropates

Pop citizen output.png +10% National citizen output
Unit heavy infantry.png −10% Heavy infantry maintenance cost
Pop slaves happiness.png −5% National slave happiness

As one of the few Persian lords to survive in power after both the conquest of Alexander the Great and the successor wars that followed, Atropatene is in many ways the last guardian of the now lost Achaemenid Empire.
Flag of Bithynia Heritage of Zipoetes

Siege.png +10% Siege ability
Price found city cost modifier.png −25% Found city cost modifier
Manpower.png -5% National manpower

Breaking free from Persian rule even before Alexander's arrival, the Bithynians are determined to maintain their independence and build a lasting dynasty to rival even the diadochi, with designs on the entire northern coast of Asia Minor.
Flag of Boeotia Boeotian heritage

Fort defense.png +5% Fort defense
Diplomatic relations.png +1 Diplomatic relations
Stability cost modifier.png +10% Sacrifice to the gods cost

The Boeotian League was at one time the most powerful state in Greece under the leadership of Thebes, but has taken a step back in the wake of Macedonian interference in the region.
Flag of Bosporan Kingdom Heritage of Spartokos

Happiness for wrong culture group modifier.png +5% Wrong culture-group happiness
Fort defense.png +10% Fort defense
Legitimacy.png +15% Increase legitimacy cost

The Bosporan Kingdom is an example of the heights overseas colonies can achieve. Uniting the trading posts of the Khersonesos, the powerful Spartokid dynasty rivals the Hellenistic kings of the east in ambition and treachery.
Flag of Byblos Heritage of Byblos

Commerce value.png +10% National Commerce Income
Price state investment oratory cost modifier.png −10% Oratory Provincial Investment Cost
Pop assimilation.png −5% Pop Assimilation Speed

One of the oldest cities in the known world, Byblos has been the home of Phoenician maritime kingdoms for longer than most other countries have even been populated and it is from here that many of the settlers that founded the great Punic towns in the western Mediterranean originated.
Flag of Byzantion Byzantine heritage

Ship cost.png −10% Ship Building Cost
Create trade route cost modifier.png -25% Create Trade Route Cost
Morale of armies.png -10% Morale of Armies

Byzantion was fortuitously founded in command of the most important strait in the eastern Mediterranean, growing rich from the passage of trade through and across the Bosporos strait.
Flag of Carthage Carthaginian heritage

Commerce from export.png +10% Export Value
Navy maintenance cost.png −10% Navy Maintenance Cost
Loyalty gain chance.png +5% Loyalty gain chance

Founded as 'the new city' centuries ago by settlers from Tyre in faraway Phoenicia, Carthage is now the uncontested leader of the Punic, or Western Phoenician world. Her heritage is one of a strong naval and mercantile power, often led to greatness by charismatic generals.
Flag of Croton Crotine heritage

Pop citizen happiness.png +5% National Citizen Happiness
Civic tech investment.png +10% Civic Tech Investment
Discipline.png -5% Discipline

Croton was a successful Achaean colony and home to the mathematician and sage Pythagoras' and his famous school, which was forced out of the city by revolutionaries afraid of its impious influence and political clout.
Flag of Cyrenaica Cyrenaican heritage

Build cost.png -5% Build Cost
State religion.png +10% State Religion Happiness
Diplomatic relations.png -1 Diplomatic relations

The Greek colony of Cyrene was established by settlers fleeing a famine on the island of Thera. They successfully integrated the native inhabitants and established the famed Pentapolis, or five cities, now a byword for the entire region. A centre of trade and learning, Cyrenaica holds a unique position if they can maintain independence from their powerful neighbors.
Flag of Delphi Delphic heritage

State religion.png +5% State Religion Happiness
Omen.png +10% Omen power
Diplomatic relations.png −1 Diplomatic relations

The center of the Hellenic world and home to Apollo's most famous oracle the Pythia, Delphi has played an important role in the vicissitudes of Greek history - her rich temple treasuries a prime target for impious looters.
Flag of Elea Elean heritage

Navy maintenance cost.png −5% Navy Maintenance Cost
Religious tech investment.png +10% Religious Tech Investment
Local pop promotion speed.png -10% Pop Promotion Speed

Elea is the main colony of Phocaean refugees who fled Ionia as the Persians approached. They are renowned for their maritime experience and the philosophers their city has produced including Zeno, whose paradoxes still confuse its residents.
Flag of Elis Eleian heritage

Ruler popularity gain.png +0.05 Monthly ruler popularity gain
Pop citizen happiness.png +10% National Citizen Happiness
Manpower recovery speed.png -10% Manpower recovery speed

Custodians of the Temple of Olympus and generous hosts of the quadrennial Olympic games, the Eleians occupy the crossroads of Greek culture and serve as the settlers of disputes and judges of victory.
Flag of Egypt Heritage of Ptolemaios

State religion.png +10% State Religion Happiness
Price found city cost modifier.png −15% Found city cost modifier
Pop assimilation.png −15% Pop Assimilation Speed

When Alexander died Ptolemaios Soter made certain that he was to be granted the richest and most prosperous land that he had known during the military campaigns under his former liege. Egypt is both the breadbasket of the Mediterranean and the carrier of a legacy going back millennia. With its wealth, and drawing from its traditions as well as those of the Hellenic world, Ptolemaios set out to build a state famed for its patronage of religion and culture.
Flag of Epidauros Epidauran heritage

Global population growth.png +0.05% National Population Growth
Civic tech investment.png +10% Civic Tech Investment
Fort defense.png -10% Fort defense

As the center for the worship of Asclepius, Epidauros attracts physicians and natural philosophers from across the Greek world, advancing the study of medicine and flourishing under the patronage of pilgrims who seek treatment.
Flag of Epirus Epirote heritage

Pop freemen output.png +5% National Freeman Output
Unit light infantry.png +10% Light Infantry Discipline
Commerce value.png −5% National Commerce Income

The green lands of Epirus were long divided between various states but have in time been united under the fist of the Molossians, often allied with the neighboring Argeads of Macedonia.
Flag of Eretria Eretrian heritage

Navy maintenance cost.png −10% Navy Maintenance Cost
Pop slaves output.png +5% National Slave Output
Fort defense.png -10% Fort defense

Eretria, or the 'City of Rowers', was the most powerful Euboean city after Chalkis, with which it vied for control of the fertile Lelantine plain, and contributed ships in the diadochi conflicts which wracked Euboea.
Flag of Etruria Etruscan heritage

Civilization.png +0.02% Monthly Civilization Change
Price found city cost modifier.png −25% Found city cost modifier
Price state investment military cost modifier.png +5% Military Provincial Investment Cost

As one of the oldest peoples on the Italian peninsula the Etruscans have a long and proud Heritage of state and city building.
Flag of Halikarnassos Halicarnassan heritage

Build cost.png −10% Build Cost
Global population growth.png +0.05% National Population Growth
Fort defense.png -10% Fort defense

Home to the famous tomb of Mausolus, Halicarnassus was governed by the Hekatominids until the arrival of Alexander the Great, where upon it was fired by the Persians and lost its prior importance.
Flag of Heraclea Pontica Heraclean heritage

Pop citizen happiness.png +5% National Citizen Happiness
Price found city cost modifier.png −25% Found city cost modifier
Loyalty gain chance.png +5% Loyalty gain chance

The people of Heraclea Pontica are descendants of the people of Megara, settled along the Bithynian coast and named for Herakles who had traveled into the realm of Hades nearby. Once a colony itself, it settled many cities along the Black Sea, becoming a notable power after the fall of the Persian empire.
Flag of Iberia Iberian heritage

State religion.png +5% State Religion Happiness
Diplomatic relations.png +1 Diplomatic relations
Monthly office loyalty.png −10 Loyalty of Governors

With the many disparate tribes of Iberia under their leadership, the Iberians have a large population for their military if they can keep them all in check.
Flag of Icenia Iceni heritage

Tax income.png +5% National Tax
Civilization.png +5 Country Civilization Level
Improve relation.png −10% Improve Opinion Maximum

Risen from relative obscurity the Iceni are a proud and fiercely independent people.
Flag of Ionia Ionian heritage

Happiness for wrong culture group modifier.png +5% Wrong culture-group happiness
Research points.png +10% Research Points
Pop slaves output.png −5% National Slave Output

The birthplace of many of the most influential philosophers of the Hellenic world, the mindset of the Ionians is inherently inquisitive and dismissive of religious superstitions.
Flag of Judea Judean heritage

Fort defense.png +10% Fort defense
Religious tech investment.png +10% Religious Tech Investment
Pop assimilation.png −25% Pop Conversion Speed

With a heritage dating back to the Kingdom of Judah, this remains the carrier traditions of a people that has seen kings, and conquerors come and go. Some have been their own and some have come from faraway lands such as Greece or Persia. To this day the Judean people cherish their deeply religious and fiercely independent heritage.
Flag of Kalinga Kalingan heritage

Pop assimilation.png +10% Pop Assimilation Speed
Pop tribesmen happiness.png +10% National Tribesman Happiness
Diplomatic reputation.png −2 Diplomatic reputation

In a distant past it is said that the Kalingas were brothers with neighboring tribes, and to this day we have maintained closer relations than most with the tribes of the jungles that surround our coastal kingdom. Perhaps this is why we still cherish many of our own tribal traditions ourselves. With the oppressive Nanda rule in this region gone we are the natural leaders of our region, though our riches can easily attract unwanted attention from other states on the rise.
Flag of Kios Ciusan heritage

Global population growth.png +0.05% National Population Growth
Navy maintenance cost.png −10% Navy Maintenance Cost
Fort defense.png -10% Fort defense

Cius, strategically placed in command of the Propontis, has been an important city since its foundation, later submitting to Persian rule under the government of the eastern Mithridatids.
Flag of Knidos Cnidusian heritage

Diplomatic relations.png +2 Diplomatic relations
Navy maintenance cost.png −10% Navy Maintenance Cost
Loyalty to overlord.png +30 Loyalty to Overlord

Cnidus boasts a long history, founding far flung colonies and maintaining its independence from the barbarians of the interior through deft diplomacy.
Flag of Kush Kushite heritage

Build cost.png −10% Build Cost
Manpower.png +5% National manpower
Price state investment military cost modifier.png +5% Military Provincial Investment Cost

While the Upper Nile has been our home for generations the Kushite people were once the masters of Egypt, and even Judea. With the lower Nile in Greek hands we remain the custodians of the native Egyptian legacy as well the traditions of our own.
Flag of Macedon Heritage of Kassandros

Manpower.png +5% National manpower
Diplomatic relations.png +2 Diplomatic relations
Diplomatic reputation.png −2 Diplomatic reputation

Under the Argeads Macedon was built into the premier military force in the Greater Greek region, uniting mainland Greece under one rule. Even after the death of Alexander and the rise of the Antipatrids Macedon has an uncontested rule among Greek states, with the Macedonian barons making up the core of a strong military machine.
Flag of Massilia Massilian heritage

Happiness for wrong culture group modifier.png +5% Wrong culture-group happiness
Fort defense.png +5% Fort defense
Manpower recovery speed.png −5% Manpower recovery speed

Massilia was the leading colony of the Ionian city of Phocaea, whose people abandoned their homes rather than submit to Persian rule. The refugees settled here and in their other colonies, turning the isolated port into one of the foremost trading powers and colonisers in the west, all the while defending their strongholds from the barbarians that surround them.
Flag of Maurya Heritage of Chandragupta

Population capacity.png +5% Population Capacity
Religious tech investment.png +10% Religious Tech Investment
Aggressive expansion.png +15% Aggressive Expansion Impact

While the Maurya empire is a newcomer to the scene of Northern India it is also the carrier of an ancient Dharmic heritage that predates its own conception as well as that of the Nanda and Argead empires it displaced. The state built by Chandragupta is one of institutional strength but it must also harbor a great variety of peoples and faiths.
Flag of Megara Megaran heritage

Fort defense.png +5% Fort defense
Oratory tech investment.png +10% Oratory Tech Investment
Morale of armies.png -10% Morale of Armies

An ancient rival of Athens for control of Attica, Megara derives its status from its position linking Hellas to the Peloponesos, and is home to the Megarian school of dialectic philosophy.
Flag of Messenia Helot heritage

Pop freemen happiness.png +5% National Freeman Happiness
Local pop promotion speed.png +10% Pop Promotion Speed
Commerce value.png −5% National Commerce Income

When the Spartans were defeated by Epaminondas of Thebes, he founded the city of Messene and gave it to the Helots. We have always been the main population group in both Laconia and Messenia, but for centuries we were slaves under Sparta. As a free nation we can finally benefit from our own hard work. As a free nation we must also never forget that we were once slaves under Sparta, and forcefully be on our guard against those who would enslave us once again.
Flag of Metapontum Metapontine heritage

Global population growth.png +0.05% National Population Growth
Pop citizen happiness.png +10% National Citizen Happiness
Discipline.png -10% Discipline

Metapontum is one of the oldest Italiote colonies, founded by settlers from Achaea and surviving the intrigues of its close neighbors. The mathematician Pythagoras fled here from Croton, and many still follow his religious teachings.
Flag of Miletos Milesian heritage

Build cost.png -5% Build cost
Research points.png +10% Research Points
Tax income.png -5% National Tax

Miletus produced Thales, the most famous philosopher before Socrates, who brought Babylonian teachings to the Hellenic world. The citizens of Milesians are also unmatched in their talents for architecture and construction.
Flag of Nabatea Nabatean heritage

Commerce value.png +10% National Commerce Income
Global migration speed.png +5% Pop Migration Speed
Pop assimilation.png −5% Pop Conversion Speed

Our Bedouins ancestry allows us to dominate trade across the desert, providing the wider world with goods that would otherwise not be within their reach. This wealth has allowed us to build great cities, monuments and a strong army, well versed in the ways of desert warfare.
Flag of Phrygia Heritage of Antigonos

Siege.png +5% Siege ability
Diplomatic reputation.png +2.00 Diplomatic reputation
Fort defense.png −10% Fort defense

Few generals had as many unlikely successes as Antigonos Monophtalmos and his son Demetrios Poliorketes. Their heritage is one of strong siege-craft, and of championing the free Greek cities of the Mediterranean.
Flag of Pontus Pontic heritage

Happiness for wrong culture group modifier.png +5% Wrong culture-group happiness
Ruler popularity gain.png +0.05 Monthly ruler popularity gain
Price state investment civic cost modifier.png +15% Civic Provincial Investment Cost

The region of Pontus has been a crossroad between Persian, Anatolian and Greek culture since long before Alexander brought his men eastwards, all the way back to when the Greek colonies sprung up across the Anatolian coastline.
Flag of Praesos Minoan heritage

Happiness for same culture modifier.png +5% Primary Culture Happiness
Global capital trade routes.png +1 Capital Import Routes
Price state investment military cost modifier.png +15% Military Provincial Investment Cost

The Minoans were the masters of Crete, once the overlords of all the Greeks. After the devastating volcanic eruption of Thera, the civilization fell into obscurity.
Flag of Rhodes Rhodian heritage

Navy maintenance cost.png −10% Navy Maintenance Cost
Fort defense.png +10% Fort defense
Fort maintenance cost.png +10% Fort Maintenance

Founded many centuries ago Rhodes has risen to be one of the premier naval powers in the Aegean, but is also famous for its great workshops and its magnificent siege works. The most proud achievement of the island state remains being able to withstand the arduous siege of Demetrios Poliorketes, who brought the most advanced siege machinery in the world to the island but failed to breach its fortifications.
Flag of Rome Roman heritage

Manpower recovery speed.png +5% Manpower recovery speed
Integrate speed.png +0.10 Integration Speed
Naval morale modifier.png −5% Morale of Navies

Born where the Greek south meets the Etruscan north, Rome has quickly risen to be the dominant force of central Italy and the leader of the a league of allies that stand ready to do their every bidding. Rome's unfailing capacity to mobilize its population and acquire the loyalty of the city states under its protection has over time grown into a strong imperialistic heritage.
Flag of Seleukid Empire Heritage of Seleukos

Happiness for wrong culture group modifier.png +10% Wrong culture-group happiness
Ruler popularity gain.png 0.04 Monthly ruler popularity gain
Pop assimilation.png −15% Pop Assimilation Speed

With no direct connection to their Greek homeland the Seleukid rulers have had to foster a Hellenistic culture which can encompass and empower a ruling caste that is caters both to its Greek subjects and immigrants as well as its large Chaldean and Persian population groups. As such it has often come to choose adaption over cultural supremacy and has over time become a shining beacon of the Greek fusion of cultures known as Hellenism.
Flag of Sparta Spartan heritage

Morale of armies.png +5% Morale of Armies
Discipline.png +5% Discipline
Pop slaves output.png −5% National Slave Output

Once the dominant power of the Greek world, Sparta remains the carrier of an ancient martial heritage that few can question.
Flag of Syracusae Syracusan heritage

Mercenary maintenance.png −10% Mercenary Army Maintenance
Naval damage taken.png −5% Ship damage taken
Pop citizen happiness.png −5% National Citizen Happiness

Syracuse is one of the older Greek colonies in the west and it has on many occasions been a local power contending with the other Italic, Phoenician and Greek powers on equal terms. Over time, with the growth of Roman, Etruscan and Carthaginian power the city has had to adapt to an ever more militarized reality.
Flag of Tarentum Tarentine heritage

Unit light cavalry.png +10% Light Cavalry Morale
Improve relation.png +10% Improve Opinion Maximum
Global import commerce modifier.png −5% Import Value

Founded as a Spartan colony in Magna Graecia, Tarentum has not always had a lot of friends in their near area. Over time however the city has become renowned for its highly skilled light cavalry and built a heritage as an influential power in its region.
Flag of Tartessia Heritage of Tartessos

Commerce from export.png +10% Export Value
Civic tech investment.png +10% Civic Tech Investment
Build cost.png +5% Build cost

Many centuries ago Tartessos was one of the most important commercial and political centers of Iberia. A heritage that lives on to this day, even if the tribes that dominate the area would largely be foreign to the old Tartessians.
Flag of Thebes Theban heritage

Pop freemen happiness.png +5% National Freemen Happiness
Unit heavy infantry.png +10% Heavy Infantry Discipline
Unit heavy infantry.png +5% Heavy infantry maintenance cost

Once the leading military and hegemonic power in mainland Greece, Thebes was completely destroyed by Alexander the Great. Kassandros of Macedon however rebuilt the city, inviting Theban exiles to once again establish themselves in their old homes in Boeotia. Eager to reclaim the Heritage of Epaminondas, the Thebans are now ready to rise again.
Flag of Thrace Heritage of Lysimachos

Warscore cost.png −5% War score Cost
Price state investment civic cost modifier.png −10% Civic Provincial Investment Cost
Tributary opinion of us.png −10 Subject opinion of us

As one of Alexander's officers and former bodyguard Lysimachos was always an able general. The lasting heritage he brought to Thrace however was that of a state builder and a diplomat, able to leverage great gains from his victories in the successor wars despite his meager resources.

Cultural heritages

Some countries of the same culture or culture group share a common special heritage, listed below.

Hellenistic

Achaean heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Achaean culture countries.


Siege.png +10% Siege ability
Pop freemen happiness.png +10% National Freeman Happiness
Diplomatic relations.png −1 Diplomatic relations

The Achaeans have preferred to avoid the great political games of recent years, maintaining their small league of alliances but ready to defend themselves if their sovereignty is threatened.

Starting countries:
Aegean heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Aegean culture countries.


Commerce value.png +10% National Commerce Income
Ship cost.png −5% Ship Building Cost
Morale of armies.png -5% Morale of Armies

The disparate islands of the Aegean sea produced the shipwrights and sailors who brought the Persian invaders to their knees, and still maintain a strong maritime tradition to this day.

Starting countries:
Arcadian heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Arcadian culture countries.


Fort defense.png +5% Fort defense
Monthly food.png +10% Global Monthly Food Modifier
Pop citizen output.png -5% National citizen output

The interior of the Peloponesos is remote and rural, a primordial place fantasized of by the urbanized elite of Greece, and survives mainly on agriculture and maintaining its distance.

Starting countries:
Bithynian heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Bithynian culture countries.


Build cost.png -10% Build cost
Commerce value.png +5% National Commerce Income
Loyalty to overlord.png +30 Loyalty to Overlord

Among the oldest colonies founded by Greeks, the Bithynian cities have survived by acceding to the demands of barbarians kings and emperors, concentrating instead on cultivating their cities.

Starting countries:
Bosporan heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Bosporan culture countries.


Global capital trade routes.png +1 Capital Import Routes
Local pop promotion speed.png +10% Pop Promotion Speed
Fort maintenance cost.png +25% Fort Maintenance

The Greek colonists of the north western Pontos Euxinos descend mainly from Megara and Miletos and have founded thriving trading hubs, preferring to stay out of the affairs of the mainland.

Starting countries:
Cretan heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Cretan culture countries.


Happiness for same culture modifier.png +10% Primary Culture Happiness
Fort defense.png +5% Fort defense
Pop assimilation.png -10% Pop Assimilation Speed

The isolated cities of Crete remain doggedly embroiled in their own wars of revenge and dominance, asleep to the great political upheavals of the Hellenic world.

Starting countries:
Euboean heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Euboean culture countries.


Fort defense.png +10% Fort defense
Naval damage done.png +5% Ship Damage Done
Global population growth.png -0.10% National Population Growth

The island of Euboea is not particularly rich or populous, but its people have always produced fine sailors and asserted their independence, using the isle's strategic location and rugged terrain to best advantage.

Starting countries:

Graeco-Pontic heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Graeco-Pontic culture countries.


Happiness for wrong culture group modifier.png +5% Wrong culture-group happiness
Commerce value.png +10% National Commerce Income
Fort maintenance cost.png +25% Fort Maintenance

The Greek colonists of the southern Pontos Euxinos have lived in close proximity with the native Anatolian peoples for centuries, trading and negotiating with the barbarians kings.

Starting countries:
Italiotian heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Italiotian culture countries.


Research points.png +5% Research Points
Recruit mercenary cost modifier.png -10% Recruit mercenary cost
Manpower.png −5% National manpower

The once wealthy and powerful Italiote cities stagnated under their own indolence, preferring to rely on local mercenaries and aid from abroad to wage their wars while they discuss philosophy.

Starting countries:
Siceliote heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Siceliote culture countries.


Ruler popularity gain.png +0.20 Monthly ruler popularity gain
Pop citizen output.png +5% National citizen output
Loyalty gain chance.png +20% Loyalty gain chance

The Greek cities of Sicily have struggled with the rise of populism like nowhere else in the Hellenic world, a symptom of the comfortable life of philosophy and culture pursued by their people.

Starting countries:
Hellenistic heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Hellenistic culture group countries without a more specific country or cultural heritage outside of Greece, the Balkans, and Italy.


Happiness for wrong culture group modifier.png +10% Wrong culture-group happiness
Civilization.png +0.02% Monthly Civilization Change
Pop assimilation.png -15% Pop Assimilation Speed

While Greek settlers have traveled east for generations before Alexander it was his conquest of the Achaemenid empire that led to the creation of eastern Greek states. The fusion of Persian and Greek culture that Alexander tried to foster now lives on as an undisputed Hellenistic heritage.

Starting countries:

Scythian

Dahae heritage

Notes: For Culture.png Dahae culture countries.


Pop freemen happiness.png +10% National Freemen Happiness
Unit horse archers.png +10% Horse Archer Offensive
Loyalty gain chance.png +5% Loyalty gain chance

Our people prides itself with its great skill as riders and its horsemanship. Nobles and commoners alike learn to ride at an early age and as a consequence the force of our cavalry arm can make the strongest of empires tremble. A pastoral lifestyle has made many accustomed to a free way of life however, fostering an autonomous mode of government where chieftains and nobles have great say over their own business.

Starting countries:

Group heritages

All other states without a country or culture/culture group specific heritage get a generic one from the list below, based on the terrain and modifiers of its capital. The first heritage that the country meets the requirements for will be selected.

Pirate heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Pirate haven.png Pirate Haven.


Mercenary naval maintenance cost.png −10% Pirate Fleet Maintenance
Naval range.png +10% Naval Range
Army maintenance cost.png +5% Army Maintenance Cost

Some would say that the ancestors of this people were pirates and plunderers, always ready to profit from the misfortune of others. That is, however, a matter of perspective. A strong adventuring spirit along with a love for the open sea is the heritage that binds this people together.
Seafaring heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Port icon.png port.


Navy maintenance cost.png −10% Navy Maintenance Cost
Naval range.png +25% Naval Range
Manpower.png −5% National manpower

The Heritage of this people has been associated with navigating the open seas for generations. Some say their ancestors came here from faraway lands, others that they have welcomed sailors that sought out their ports.
Coastal heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Terrain coastal.png coastal territory.


Commerce from export.png +10% Export Value
Price state investment oratory cost modifier.png −5% Oratory Provincial Investment Cost
Fortress building cost.png +10% Fortress Building Cost

While they never became great seafarers this people have always been dependent on what the sea brings them for their wealth and prosperity. A Heritage of trade and bartering is the core around which their culture revolves.
River Plains heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Terrain farmland.png farmland or Terrain plains.png plains terrain territory adjacent to a Terrain river.png major river.


Population capacity.png +10% Population Capacity
Manpower recovery speed.png +5% Manpower recovery speed
Fort defense.png −10% Fort defense

The fertile plains around great rivers have given birth to many civilizations over the centuries. This people's heritage is closely tied to farming the land of the river plains in which they originated.
Steppe heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Terrain plains.png plains or Terrain desert.png desert terrain territory in the regions of Sarmatia Europea, Sarmatia Asiatica, Taurica, or Scythia.


Enslavement efficiency.png +5% Enslavement efficiency
Unit light cavalry.png −10% Light cavalry maintenance cost
Army weight modifier.png +5% Army Weight Modifier

The wide open grasslands of the north have been the home of this people for generations and the harsh life of the steppes has completely shaped their heritage and society at large.
Rural heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Terrain farmland.png farmland or Terrain plains.png plains terrain territory.


Price found city cost modifier.png −20% Found city cost modifier
Price state investment military cost modifier.png -10% Military Provincial Investment Cost
Pop tribesmen happiness.png -5% National Tribesman Happiness

Life in the plains, fields and pastures has shaped this people into what it is. Over time these farmers and shepherds have constructed cities, roads and bridges but at their heart they still value a life in the countryside.
Montane heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Terrain mountain.png mountains terrain territory.


Fort defense.png +5% Fort defense
Fort maintenance cost.png −5% Fort Maintenance
Improve relation.png −10% Improve Opinion Maximum

The mountainous landscapes in which this people originated has shaped their Heritage of fierce independence and self determination. Some would say that their strong sense of self defense can even make them see enemies where there were only friends, but their awareness of how they can survive and defend themselves in hostile terrain has served them well over the centuries.
Desert heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Terrain desert.png desert terrain territory.


Army weight modifier.png -10% Army Weight Modifier
Enslavement efficiency.png +5% Enslavement efficiency
Naval morale modifier.png −5% Morale of Navies

The ancestors of this people have traversed open deserts for many generations and over time built traditions and an almost instinct based understanding for how to survive and thrive among the hot dunes. Whether the objective is to build an empire of the sands or to traverse a desert in search of new homes there are few who would find this task as natural as those of this heritage.
Jungle heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Terrain jungle.png jungle terrain territory.


Attrition.png +10% Hostile Attrition
Unit war elephants.png -10% War Elephant Maintenance Cost
Navy maintenance cost.png +10% Navy Maintenance Cost

Over the centuries this people has made nature their fortress. The deep jungles and the creatures that dwell within them are their allies, their foes and the principal asset around which they organize their defenses.
Forest heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Terrain forest.png forest terrain territory.


Pop tribesmen happiness.png +5% National Tribesman Happiness
Unit archers.png +10% Archer Offense
Build cost.png +10% Build Cost

In the forests of their homeland this people has acquired a strong tradition of archery and a long tradition for how to maintain the unity of the disparate tribes that dwelt there.
Marshland heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Terrain marsh.png marsh terrain territory.


Tax income.png +5% National Tax
Unit light infantry.png +10% Light Infantry Defensive
Manpower recovery speed.png −5% Manpower recovery speed

People accustomed to marshes and wetlands once built this state. In this environment they acquired great experience in asymmetrical warfare as well as in how to turn land that some would consider unfit for living into a prosperous garden.
Highland heritage

Notes: For countries with a starting Country capital.png capital in a Terrain hills.png hills terrain territory.


Fortress building cost.png -10% Fortress Building Cost
Price state investment civic cost modifier.png -5% Civic Provincial Investment Cost
Naval damage taken.png +5% Ship damage taken

The Heritage of this people was once forged in the open highlands. To this day they remain more well versed than most in the construction of stone buildings and fortifications, but they also carry a strong aversion to the open seas.
Unremarkable heritage

Notes: Generic heritage for any countries that do not fall into any of the other groups.


Unrest.png −10% National Unrest
Tax income.png +5% National Tax
Diplomatic relations.png −1 Diplomatic relations

Most peoples have something to be proud of but this is not the case for the citizens of this state. Long forgotten by the outside world they continue to lead uneventful, if peaceful, lives and have no hopes or aspirations of note.

Mission created heritages

A few releasable countries from missions also have unique heritages, listed below.

Flag of Corinth Corinthian heritage

Fort maintenance cost.png −33% Fort Maintenance
Manpower recovery speed.png +5% Manpower recovery speed
Diplomatic relations.png −1 Diplomatic relations

Corinth was one of the largest city-states of Greece until recent years, playing an important role as it was at a highly defensive position in-between the rich states of Attica and the Peleponnese. After the conquests of Macedon, it was left as nothing more than a fortified position for the Macedonian troops in the south, bereft of its own independence.

Released from the Flag of Rome Roman mission tree Subduing Greece
Flag of Decapolis Decapolian heritage

Happiness for wrong culture group modifier.png +5% Wrong culture-group happiness
Pop assimilation.png +10% Pop Assimilation Speed
Loyalty to overlord.png +10 Loyalty to Overlord

The ten great cities of the Decapolis have often been allied to one another to defend against the Judean aggressors to the south, and now they have finally been put together in a league.

Released from the Flag of Rome Roman mission tree Eastern Glory
Flag of Epikrateia Epikrateia heritage

Happiness for wrong culture group modifier.png +10% Wrong culture-group happiness
Global capital trade routes.png +1 Capital Import Routes
Loyalty to overlord.png +30 Loyalty to Overlord

The people of Sicily has long been under the protection of Carthage, as they were faced by the danger of subjugation by the Greek overlords of Syracuse. Finally they have come together to form a proper state, instead of a flimsy defensive alliance protecting several city-states

Released from the Flag of Carthage Carthaginian mission tree An End to Sicilian Warfare
Religious State heritage

Notes: For countries released through the Autonomous Enclave mission task.


State religion.png +10% State Religion Happiness
Omen.png +5% Omen power
Diplomatic relations.png -1 Diplomatic relations

| This state was founded by the priesthood of a great temple. To this day they revere the old traditions of their predecessors even if some would say their rule has grown increasingly focused on the temporal world over time.

Released from the Generic mission tree Pearl of [Region]/ Growth of [Region]/ Stabilize and Grow [Region]

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