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Game Mechanics - Country and the Government - Countries attributes | Country and the Government Empire: TW Guide

Last update: Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Nations are very similar to each other: you are ruling always with the same way (only names of the political systems are different). For example: in republic you have ministers and they are almost the same that advisors in absolute monarchy.

So if I started with politics then it is a must to say something more about it.

Political system

In Empire we can find absolute monarchy (France, Russia), constitutional monarchy (The Republic of Poland, Great Britain) and republic (Netherlands, Venice).

In every country we have a ruler. It may be a king/sultan/president - it depends on the political system. Apart from him there is also cabinet with the prime minister and four ministers (the names of these departments may different - depends on the country and system).

In monarchies you dont have elections. - Game Mechanics - Country and the Government - Countries attributes - Country and the Government - Empire: Total War - Game Guide and Walkthrough
In monarchies you don't have elections.

Ministers are responsible for four departments: treasury, justice, army and navy. You can get some statistics by putting mouse cursor over the portrait. Remember that prime minister is responsible for prestige and citizen wealth, treasury minister can grant you some bonuses from taxes, etc. If you will click with right mouse button on the portrait you can get some more detail information.

Apart from minister sometimes you may find that some countries have colonies administrators. Like Netherlands which have colonies in India and South America. That's why you have two more persons in the cabinet.

Statistics of each politician depends on his character - Game Mechanics - Country and the Government - Countries attributes - Country and the Government - Empire: Total War - Game Guide and Walkthrough

Statistics of each politician depends on his character. If you notice that one politician have a very destructive influence on the country, immediately change him. Statistics also depends on politicians experience. In most cases, younger people will have worse influence on the country than old ones.

Monarch (or president) is mostly to represent his (or her) country outside. He can make some diplomatic agreements with other countries.

Differences in political systems may result in diplomacy. Countries will be in better relations with each other with the same political system. As a matter of fact nations with the other system will be treated as a worse ones. Always you can check how your political system is influencing your relations by putting your mouse cursor over the province.

Religion

Religion is very important cause it may result in happiness of your citizens. When you will take control over the province with different religion there may be religious disturbances. It may result in overall happiness of your citizens, you may always check these statistics in appropriate town tab.

When you will conquer some area, the number of people with your religion will be very small - Game Mechanics - Country and the Government - Countries attributes - Country and the Government - Empire: Total War - Game Guide and Walkthrough

When you will conquer some area, the number of people with your religion will be very small. It will raise with time. To speed up this process you can build some churches and send there some priests. As a matter of fact, your new citizens will be converted very quickly.

The better your priests are, the more effective will be process of conversion.

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