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1492-1820: The Khanate of Bukhara for Uzbek
1492-1820: The Khanate of Khiva for Uzbek

Uzbek — Not random

Conditions

  • Country is not at war
  • Own Bukhara
  • None of the following must occur:

Will happen within 150 days of January 2, 1492
Checked again every 150 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1820)

Description

The Shayb‚nÓds were a Persianised dynasty of Mongol origin in Central Asia. They were the patrilineal descendants of Shiban, the fifth son of Jochi and grandson of Genghis Khan. Until the mid-14th century they acknowledged the authority of the descendants of Batu Khan and Orda Khan, such as Uzbeg Khan. The Shayb‚nÓd horde was converted to Islam in 1282 and gradually became known as the Uzbeks. As the lineages of Batu and Orda died out during the course of the great civil wars of the 14th century, the Shayb‚nÓds under Abu'l-Khayr Khan declared themselves the only legitimate successors to Jochi and put forward claims to the entire Mongol remnant, which included parts of Siberia and Kazakhstan. Their rivals were the Timurids, who claimed descent from Jochi's thirteenth son by a concubine. Several decades of strife left the Timurids in control of the Great Horde and its successor states in Europe - the Khanates of Kazan, Astrakhan, and Crimea. Under Abu'l-Khayr Khan the dynasty began consolidating disparate Uzbek tribes, first in the area around Tyumen and the Tura River and then down into the Syr Darya region. His grandson Muhammad Shayb‚nÓ gave his name to the Uzbeks' most successful dynasty, wrestling Samarkand, Herat, Khiva and Bukhara from B‚bur's control and establishing the short-lived Shayb‚nÓd Empire. After his death at the hands of Shah IsmaÔl of Persia he was followed successively by an uncle, a cousin and a brother, whose Shayb‚nÓd descendants would rule the Khanates of Bukhara (1505 - 1598) and Khiva (1511 - 1695) until displaced by rival dynasties (the Janids and Kungrads respectively) and finally conquered by Russia in the early 20th century.

Actions

A. Move to Bukhara and focus on the Persians

  • Move capital to Bukhara
  • +20 national manpower
  • Quality -3
  • Land tech investment: +1000
  • +50 relations with Chagatai
  • +50 relations with Kazakh
  • +50 relations with Nogai
  • -150 relations with Persia
  • persian will become an accepted culture
  • Grant independence to Khiva
  • Become Bukhara

B. Stay put and fortify our borders

  • Offensive Doctrine -3
  • Fortress level in the capital province +2
  • Fortress level in a different random province +1
  • Fortress level in a different random province +1
  • Fortress level in a different random province +1
  • Fortress level in a different random province +1
  • -750 gold

Uzbek — Not random

Conditions

Will happen within 150 days of January 2, 1492
Checked again every 150 days until trigger is met (cannot happen after January 2, 1820)

Description

The Shayb‚nÓds were a Persianised dynasty of Mongol origin in Central Asia. They were the patrilineal descendants of Shiban, the fifth son of Jochi and grandson of Genghis Khan. Until the mid-14th century they acknowledged the authority of the descendants of Batu Khan and Orda Khan, such as Uzbeg Khan. The Shayb‚nÓd horde was converted to Islam in 1282 and gradually became known as the Uzbeks. As the lineages of Batu and Orda died out during the course of the great civil wars of the 14th century, the Shayb‚nÓds under Abu'l-Khayr Khan declared themselves the only legitimate successors to Jochi and put forward claims to the entire Mongol remnant, which included parts of Siberia and Kazakhstan. Their rivals were the Timurids, who claimed descent from Jochi's thirteenth son by a concubine. Several decades of strife left the Timurids in control of the Great Horde and its successor states in Europe - the Khanates of Kazan, Astrakhan, and Crimea. Under Abu'l-Khayr Khan the dynasty began consolidating disparate Uzbek tribes, first in the area around Tyumen and the Tura River and then down into the Syr Darya region. His grandson Muhammad Shayb‚nÓ gave his name to the Uzbeks' most successful dynasty, wrestling Samarkand, Herat, Khiva and Bukhara from B‚bur's control and establishing the short-lived Shayb‚nÓd Empire. After his death at the hands of Shah IsmaÔl of Persia he was followed successively by an uncle, a cousin and a brother, whose Shayb‚nÓd descendants would rule the Khanates of Bukhara (1505 - 1598) and Khiva (1511 - 1695) until displaced by rival dynasties (the Janids and Kungrads respectively) and finally conquered by Russia in the early 20th century.

Actions

A. Move to Khiva and focus on the Persians

  • Move capital to Khiva
  • +20 national manpower
  • Quality -3
  • Land tech investment: +1000
  • +50 relations with Chagatai
  • +50 relations with Kazakh
  • +50 relations with Nogai
  • -150 relations with Persia
  • persian will become an accepted culture
  • Grant independence to Bukhara
  • Become Khiva

B. Stay put and fortify our borders

  • Offensive Doctrine -3
  • Fortress level in the capital province +2
  • Fortress level in a different random province +1
  • Fortress level in a different random province +1
  • Fortress level in a different random province +1
  • Fortress level in a different random province +1
  • -750 gold

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