General Information Edit
The Papal State is playable from June 1st, 754 to October 2nd, 1870. The Great Schism happened in the year 876, where Chalcedonist splits between Catholic and Orthodox sects; thus establishing the Pope as the head of Catholic faith.
Although The Papal State and Rome have been annexed several times throughout history (most notable in the Napoleonic Wars), it is annexed permanently by Italy in 1870. Although since 1870, the Pope is still ruling in present day Vatican City. Due to the city's tiny size, the Pope is not actually playable in the Present Day bookmark (the same reason why Andorra, San Marino, and Monaco are not playable countries).
The Papal State will never accept diplo-vassalization; they have a -1000 acceptance modifier for the diplomatic action. If the Papal State is annexed then a surviving Catholic theocracy may cede their province to recreate the Papacy. The Papal State is the only Italian country that can't form Italy.
Declare the Kingdom of God Edit
- Is The Papal State
- Italy does not exist
- Does not have the country modifier "The Kingdom of God"
- Is not a vassal
- Is not a nomad nation
- Is at peace
- Owns Genoa, Piedmont, Milan, Modena, Trento, Friuli, Venezia, Romagna, Firenze, Pisa, Ancona, Umbria and Urbino
- The Papal State gains a permanent claim on all not owned provinces of the Italian region.
- Gets the country event "The Kingdom of God on Earth"
- Adds the modifier "The Kingdom of God" for the rest of the campaign:
- +10% National Manpower Modifier
- +1 Prestige
- +1 Devotion
The French RevolutionEdit
Papal Ideas and Traditions Edit
- +1 Diplomatic Reputation
- +25% Religious Unity
- Ecclesiastical Primacy: +2 Tolerance of the True Faith
- Papal Investiture and Tithes: +20% National Tax Modifier
- Glory of Rome: +1 Yearly Prestige
- Donation of Constantine: −25% Cost to Fabricate Claims
- Centralize the States: +10% Production Efficiency
- The Vatican Museums: −1% Prestige Decay
- The Holy Father: −10% Aggressive Expansion Impact
- +5% Discipline