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This article is accurate for the latest versions of EU3, Napoleon's Ambition, In Nomine, Heir to the Throne, and Divine Wind v5.1.
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Decisions are another new feature in Europa Universalis III: In Nomine. Like missions, they are a powerful way to help players shape their country; unlike missions, there is more than one decision a player is able to select at a time. Most decisions have major benefits to countries, often making stability cheaper, increasing tax income, or giving free slider moves.

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Types

There are three types of decisions: Provincial, Religious, and National. National decisions affect your entire country, religious decisions affect the practice of religion in your country (mainly affecting stability costs and conversions), while provincial decisions affect individual provinces. Many countries will have unique decisions; England/Great Britain, for example, gets a number of naval-related decisions such as "Sing 'Britannia Rules the Waves'", while the Spanish can establish the Spanish Inquisition. One major change from pre-IN versions of EUIII is that all westernisation and unification events are now decisions. You no longer have to wait 50 years or more to unify Germany when you have all the necessary triggers--instead, you need merely select the decision.

Location

National decisions are listed on a new Decisions tab in the coat-of-arms pop-down box (on the top far left). Religious decisions are listed on the religion tab, while provincial decisions are listed in the provincial information screen, under the button with a scroll and hammer.

Unifications and name changes

Changes country name to Great Britain
Changes country name to England
Changes country name to France
  • Form German Nation: Available to Hannoverian/Pommeranian/Hessian/Saxon/Bavarian/Prussian/Rheinlaender culture group
Changes country name to Germany
  • Form Hindustan (DW.png): Available to Dravidian/Western Aryan/Hindusthani/Eastern Aryan culture groups.
Changes country name to Hindustan
Changes country name to Holy Roman Empire
Changes country name to Ireland
Changes country name to Italy
Changes country name to Japan
Changes country name to Malaya
Changes country name to Manchu
Changes country name to Mughal
Changes country name to Netherlands
Changes country name to Persia
Changes country name to Prussia
Changes country name to Byzantine Empire
Changes country name to Romania
Changes country name to Russia
Changes country name to Scandinavia
Changes country name to Spain
Changes country name to Sardinia-Piedmont

National Specific

Austria

Burgundy

Byzantium

China

Denmark

Dutch

England

France

Genoa

The Hansa

Holy Roman Empire

Japan

Jerusalem

  • Reestablish The Kingdom of Jerusalem
    • +25 Prestige
    • The Kingdom of Jerusalem receives a core on Judea
    • The Kingdom of Jerusalem is released as an independent country
    • Our primary culture becomes the primary culture of the Kingdom of Jerusalem

Korean

Manchu

Mughal

Ottomans

Papal State

Poland

Portugal

Prussia

Russia

Scotland

Spain

Sweden

Venice

General

Civic

Colonial

Cultural

Economic

Governments


Hanseatic League

Indian Trade Company

Liberum Veto

  • Institute Liberum Veto: Available only to Christians in the Eastern tech group
    • 5 cavalry & 10 infantry units appear in random owned, controlled province

Military

Trade

Tribal

Westernisation

Provincial Decisions

As well, there are provincial decisions:

China

Civic

Colonial

Colonial Takeover

  • Assimilate Colony: Available to colonies with same religion AND Germanic, Scandinavian, British, Gaelic, Latin, Iberian, French, Basque, Finno Ugric, South Slavic, West Slavic, East Slavic, Baltic, Byzantine and Turko Semitic culture group
    • Assimilate the colony and convert it into primary culture

Construction

Cultural

England

France/Revolutionary France

Holy Roman Empire

Korean

Military

Ottoman

Religion

Religious Decisions

Finally, there are religious decisions which are accessed from the religion tab (marked with a cross):

Country-specific

General Christian

Catholic and Orthodox

Catholic

Protestant and Reformed

Muslim

Eastern religions

Pagans

Religious Conversions

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