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1 ボクサー :2010/03/23(火) 01:27:31

Further the Restoration
>Poverty Control Laws
Reward: +2000

in the wake of revolution in France,our nobles and ministers strongly
urge us to prevent the breeding of sedition amongst the common
subjects,which was surely the cause of such outrageous insolence.
Putting them into a place where they can serve their king efficiently
will not only keep their minds from rebellion and subversion,but also
increase the size of our war coffers.

2 misson Issued
Reformation of the Army 軍の改革
Drill School 軍事訓練学校
Reward: Experience for all land units すべての陸軍に経験値+1

It is evident that our last defeat at the hands of the French was not due
to our skill and cunning,or the morale of our troops - quite the
opposite in fact. It is only due to advances in technology and
organisation that such common plebeians could have defeated our
valiant royal armies. We have learned this lesson bitterly, and must take
action at once to prevent another embarrassing disaster. Currently we
are at peace,and should use this time to enhance our recruitment capabilities

2 ボクサー :2010/03/23(火) 01:28:06
3 mission Issued
>Forging an Alliance 同盟せよ
Prussia ここに相手の国名が入ります
Reward: +1000

The warmonger, Napoleon, has set about usurping territory from all the
great nations of Europe and must be stopped. While others stand wiht
us against France, the Kingdom of Prussia has yet to join our coalition.
Should their domain fall into the hands of the French, nothing would
stand between Napoleon and the Montherland; institute a military
alloance with Prussia that we may support one another in the face of
invasion from the west!

4 mission lssued
The march on Vienna オーストリアの首都ウィーンでの行進
Capture citi: Klagenfurt

Mon General! Now that you have assumed command of the Armee
d'Italie, you must prepare for the invasion of Austria. As we speak, our
forces in the Rhineland are readying to advance into the Tyrol. If we are
to have any hope of seizing Vienna, we must be in a position to support
our forces when the time comes.

To this end, we have been charged by the Directoire to invade Carinthia
and capture Klagenfurt, from whence we will be able to stage our
glorious march on Vienna!

3 ボクサー :2010/03/23(火) 01:28:48
5 mission Issued
Breaking the Mameluke Resistance
Capture city: Cario
Reward: +2000

Nominally administrators of the ottoman Empire, these former slave
soldiers factually rule Egypt. It is under the guise of liberating Egypt
from their grasp that we have come here. Although we did not fool the
Ottomans for long, breaking the Mamelukes' fighting spirit is still our
top priority. By capturing Cairo, we should reduce their army in status
to a mere nuisance, and Egypt will at last be ours!

6 mission Issued
>The Fall of Austria
Capture city: Vienna
Reward: Austria will be compelled make peace.

Mon Empereur! Once more the European nations have joined forces in
the hope of putting an end to the mighty Franch Empire. Their
incessant interference wiht our grand designs must be put to an end.

Austria, having never learned the futility of challenging our great and
powerful nation, stands ready to invade our eastern borders as we
speak, No more will we tolerate such antagonism; conquer Vienna and
break the so-called might of the Austrian Empire once and for all!

7 Mission Issued
Punishing the Collaborators 共同研究者の処罰
Capture city: Stuttgart 場所
Reward: +1000
Grants a unit of : German Fusiliers

Once proud members of the Holy Roman Empire, the states of Baden
and wurttemberg have now fallen under the sway of that insolent
parvenu, Napoleon Bonaparte. Being confronted with superior forces is
not an excuse for such dishonourable behaviour. If our blessed Duke
Leopold had been equally treacherous, Austria would not be what it is
today, Liberating these states from occupation and nepotism will not
only prove our might, but might well spark an insurgence by those who
still have the guts to fight.

4 ボクサー :2010/03/24(水) 18:16:26

5 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 00:39:25

6 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 01:14:49
Basic Roads 基本的な道路

+4 per turn town wealth in the region  ターン毎に町の収入+4
Improves campaign map movement speed キャンペーンのマップの移動速度改善
+1% to the replenishment rate in this region この地域に+1%補充率を上げる

Roads improve communications within a region: goods and, more importantly, armies
can move at a better speed along maintained roads.

Some effort is put into maintaining the main roads, improving the carriageway and
providing working drainage for rainwater. If nothing else, the building of roads is a
useful way of getting some value from the feckless, workshy, and undeserving poor.
Honest men who pay their taxes expect some return for their support of the naturally
indolent and the unfortunates who have been thrown out of work.

Historically, there was also a military imperative to improve roads, even if the change
was from a rutted cart track to a smooth cart track. Troops and artillery require good
roads for strategic redeployments and rapid responses to enemy or rebellious activity. It
is far easier to haul artillery pieces along any kind of road rather than across country.
With the Enlightenment’s conscious harking back to the Classical era, there was also a
desire to emulate the achievements of Rome, even in something as small as roadways.

7 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 01:16:56
Cobbled Roads 石で整備された道
+8 per turn town wealth in the region  ターン毎に町の収入+8
Improves campaign map movement speed キャンペーンのマップの移動速度改善
+3% to the replenishment rate in this region この地域に+3%補充率を上げる

These well-built roads, surfaced with stone, are able to carry much heavy traffic,
including military forces.

Making a cobbled road is an incredibly laborious business. Each small paving stone must
be shaped, placed and mortared into position. If done properly, the road also requires
foundations, a carefully judged camber to carry away rainwater, and drainage. The end
result is a fine road that is extremely durable, but not very comfortable: cobbles can be
hellishly bumpy!

in practice the expense of cobbling a road, and the attractive finish that cobbles
produced, meant that the surface was only used where the nobility or propertied classes
were likely to see or use it. The great and the good could hardly be expected to wallow
along in the mud and horse dung like common folk! The poor did, however, find a use
for cobbles: lifted from the road, they were a perfect fist-sized lump of rock for hurling
at the unpopular representatives of law and order. In his later years, the Duke of
Wellington, by then the British Prime Minister, was not called the “Iron Duke” for his
military qualities, but thanks to his carriage’s iron shutters, there to protect him from
the many rocks that were chucked in his direction!

8 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 01:33:42
Metalled Roads 舗装道路

Enhances national prestige 国威強化
+16 per turn town wealth in the region  ターン毎に町の収入+16
Improves campaign map movement speed キャンペーンのマップの移動速度改善
+5% to the replenishment rate in this region この地域に+5%補充率を上げる

A metalled road is surfaced with small broken stones, providing a long-lasting roadway
for military and civilian traffic.

The road is actually constructed in layers of differently sized stones, starting with large
rocks as the foundation, and layers of smaller stones on top. Each layer is compressed
when it is laid with a heavy roller. The end result is a solid path that can drain cleanly, as
there are always small gaps for rainwater to trickle through. This method is often used
for the key strategic and commercial routes between cities and defence points. Tolls are
often charged to users of such excellent roads and turnpikes, as they are often
constructed for profit. Metalled roads in a region allow military forces to travel with
great speed.

Technically, “metalled roads” do not require a tarmac surface to be termed “metalled”: a
concrete surface is also a metalled road. Roads were only covered in “tarmac” after
1820, when the idea of using tar to stabilise the top layer of stones was tried by John
Loudon McAdam (1756-1836). His idea was a success, although a “McAdamised” finish
was not called “tarmac” until 1901!

9 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 01:55:21
Cantonment 野営地

Rwcruitment capacity :1
Enables research of:
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of

This building allows basic military units to be recruited.

It is extremely useful for all governments to be able to keep a visible military presence
in the country, a reminder that “the rod and the axe” are available, should they be
needed. This is true even in countries where liberty and freedom are trumpeted loudly:
too much liberty, especially among the lower orders of society, is a dangerous thing. It
is equally important to keep soldiers apart from the common folk; disorder and crime
nearly always follow when they are allowed to mix.

Historically, most military cantonments or encampments had a distinctly non-military
appearance. Most armies had a huge train of sutlers to provide food and drink, wagon
masters for transport, armourers and smiths for weapons and gear, pioneers, holy men,
hangers-on, hawkers and officers’ servants. Alongside these was another army of wives,
children, and the inevitable prostitutes plying their trade to officers and men alike.
States recognised that these people were necessary to the smooth running of armies,
but that did not mean that they made life easy for them, or looked after them in any
way. On campaign, units had an allowance of wives, but those women left behind would
have to shift for themselves and hope for a portion of their men’s pay.

10 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 02:00:16
Barracks  兵舎

Rwcruitment capacity :2
Enables research of:
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of

A barracks allows a selection of military units to be recruited.

Barracks provide housing, armouries, and stabling for most kinds of soldiers and their
mounts, along with the space necessary for them to be trained in the basics of military
life. Sensibly, they are usually also designed to be defensible, even if there are town
walls, and an imposing symbol of government solidity and power. The barracks are a
bulwark for the power of the ruling classes: the local authorities can send men to deal
with all enemies, foreign and domestic. The place can even serve as a prison, should the
locals prove troublesome!

Many governments at the start of the 19th Century were still using troops for
domestic policing duties, particularly against troublemakers in the new industrial factory
towns that were appearing. Soldiers were there to keep order and, in doing so, protect
the property of the wealthy middle and upper classes. This did not mean that having
troops barracked in a town was popular, even among those they were defending. While
it might be acceptable to invite a captain of dragoons to dine, soldiers were a group
apart and considered a necessary, sometimes very necessary, evil. The popularity of
soldiers was always tied to the perceived threats from foreign nations.

11 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 02:08:25
Drill School 訓練所
Rwcruitment capacity :2
Enables research of:
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of

A drill school trains soldiers to obey standardised military procedures. It also allows military
units to be recruited.

Drill is not simply a means of keeping soldiers busy by having them march up and
down. On the battlefield all manoeuvres must be performed exactly, at the correct time,
if a unit is not to be shot down or cut to pieces. Every man must be drilled to perform
his part correctly when a unit moves from a line formation to square, else confusion will
result. Obedience to orders must be second nature: a soldier who is concentrating on
not attracting the attention of his sergeant will also be too busy to worry about the
enemy! Long hours of drill do have another, inadvertent benefit: men on a parade
ground are not in the local tavern.

Drill, for all its boredom for the men, was a vital practice for all armies of the
Napoleonic period. Even the armies of France realised that revolutionary zeal was not
enough, and some order had to be brought to battle. Many armies, however, were late
in adopting a single drill manual for their forces; for a few fortunate and literate
officers, this was a godsend. They could earn quite handsome additional funds by
producing privately written drill books.

12 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 10:45:55
Military Academy 陸軍士官学校

Maximum number of generals:+1 将軍(陸軍)の人数制限+1
Maximum nunber of admirals:+1 将軍(海軍)の人数制限+1
Generals become available for recruitment at a moderate rate 将軍(陸軍)を雇うターンを減らす

Admirals become available for recruitment at a moderate rate 将軍(海軍)を雇うターンを減らす
Rwcruitment capacity :3
Enables research of:
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of

A military academy trains young officers, and improves the recruitment of military

in most countries military command, especially in peacetime, is usually limited to the
sons of the ruling and propertied classes: only those with a significant stake in the
survival of a nation will defend it properly. However, the counter-argument is that
military matters are complicated, and “gentleman amateurs”, even if extremely well
bred, may not be good enough. Military academies take in those who have talent, and
teach the theory and practice of the military art. The graduates, however, are sometimes
regarded as tradesmen because of this vulgar professionalism.

The French were the pre-eminent military power of Western Europe, and led the way in
military teaching with the creation of a “Ecole Militaire” in 1751 to educate promising
cadets from poorer backgrounds. It was later re-organised and re-named as the “Ecole
des Cadets-gentilshommes” or “School of Young Gentlemen”, which neatly subverted
the original intent, although Napoleon Bonaparte was a graduate of the new school. On
the other hand, the United Kingdom’s military schools mostly provided for the
orphans of officers, with no more than a vague hope that the pupils would follow their
fathers into the army.

13 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 10:46:25
Staff College 幕僚養成大学校

-4% recruitment cost for infantry in all your regions すべての地域で歩兵の募集コスト-4% or この地域ですべての歩兵の募集コスト-4%
Generals become available for recruitment at a moderate rate 将軍(陸軍)を雇うターンを減らす
Admirals become available for recruitment at a moderate rate 将軍(海軍)を雇うターンを減らす
Nation-wide effects only apply when this building is in your home region
Maximum number of generals:+1 将軍(陸軍)の人数制限+2
Maximum nunber of admirals:+1 将軍(海軍)の人数制限+2
Rwcruitment capacity :3

A staff college trains officers in the strategies needed to win wars, and improves the recruitment of military units.

Tactics win battles, but running an army requires far more from the officers in charge.
It is not enough to get men to a battlefield: they must be armed, supplied, fed, shod,
and trained before any general can turn them into a victorious tool of the state.

In practice, this meant that officers were taught a wide range of skills, beyond being
able to organise a regiment. Apart from an understanding of strategy, officers were
taught military illustration, a vital skill of producing accurate sketch maps and
diagrams, some surveying, military law, horsemanship, weapons handling, and given
character-building instruction. This last item included instruction, when regrettably
necessary, in how to behave like a proper gentleman. In many countries, students were
expected to pay their own fees, partly to ensure that only the best families sent their
sons to the colleges. By all accounts, Napoleon Bonaparte did not listen to many lessons
in being a gentleman, or chose to behave like a parvenu boor on occasion in order to
annoy as many stuck-up dignitaries as possible!

14 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 11:15:56
Theatre 劇場

+1 happiness(all classes)  市民の不満改善+1
+4 per turn town wealth in the region  ターン毎に町の収入+4
Recruitment capacity:1
Enhances national prestige  国威強化
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of :民兵

Sensation and spectacle for the people can keep them occupied and entertained, not to mention distracted
from politics.

A night at the theatre is a bawdy, rambunctious, rowdy, exciting and novel experience.
It improves the happiness of all social classes and actually increases the town’s wealth
slightly. Audiences are aggressively critical and show little respect: heckling is an art, and
performers play to their claques rather than follow the text. The chattering classes
eagerly await each new performance, each great actor-manager, and each new work.

Historically, theatres could mean a great deal of trouble for the authorities. Riots were
not uncommon if unpopular or provocative plays were staged, and David Garrick, the
leading light of the London stage, was once forced to kneel before a fickle audience.
They were in the process of completely wrecking his theatre and his livelihood! Because
of this public excitability, and the potential for subversive propaganda, in the interests
of “public morality” all governments closely monitored theatre performances. Indeed,
Great Britain only scrapped formal censorship of plays in 1968 when the Lord
Chancellor’s Office no longer required London theatres to have its approval for every
production. The censorious instinct still runs deep in some countries and some
governments to this day.

15 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 11:16:14
Opera House オペラハウス
+2 happiness(all classes)  市民の不満改善+2
+8 per turn town wealth in the region  ターン毎に町の収入+8
Recruitment capacity:1
Enhances national prestige  国威強化
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of :民兵

Entertainment improves the happiness of all classes and helps to improve town wealth.

An opera house is a sumptuous theatre for the performance of highly stylized musical
plays. The self-important and the genuinely important often attend to be seen rather
than for amusement, but the “lower orders” are often genuinely entertained and
distracted from the difficulties of life. No expense is spared on making an opera house
a grand venue. They rival many great palaces with the luxury of their fixtures and
fittings, as the public areas for the audience are at least as important as what is
happening on stage. Having a prestigious opera house will improve town wealth as it
draws crowds from far and wide.

18th Century opera was done in the Italian “serious” style, a musical form that
influenced many non-Italian composers including Mozart. The plots were intentionally
simple, based on Classical themes, usually tragic and often had a highly conservative
bent – as befitted the tastes of the patrons paying for the music. Many are still
performed today. One fashion that mercifully ended before the Napoleonic period was
the use of castrati: young men gelded so that their voices did not break and remained
in the soprano range.

16 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 11:17:05
Grand Opera House グランドオペラハウス
+3 happiness(all classes)  市民の不満改善+3
+12 per turn town wealth in the region  ターン毎に町の収入+12
Recruitment capacity:1
Enhances national prestige  国威強化
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of :民兵

The height of artistic and musical refinement, this building improves the happiness of all classes.

This impressive setting for musical performances allows the audience to delight in novel
entertainments, and admire the good taste of the house’s patrons. Music is open to
everyone and as a result the happiness of all classes is improved, although only the
upper classes can afford the best seats and boxes. Little expense is spared on a grand
opera house, particularly in the public areas visited by the important members of the
audience. This prestigious building markedly improves the town wealth in its region.

Many rulers in the 18th Century acted as a patron of the arts, and opera in particular.
Apart from being fabulously and famously expensive (therefore demonstrating the
patron’s wealth), the musical form was also growing in popularity and quality. Music
advanced tremendously, with works from composers of genius such as Mozart, Handel
and Scarlatti. Composers dedicated their works to great men, carried away by
admiration or in the hope of patronage. The ideals of the French Revolution inspired
Beethoven when he was writing his third symphony, the “Eroica”, but after Napoleon
crowned himself Emperor, Beethoven furiously scratched out the dedication to him.

17 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 11:27:09

Great Museum  高価な美術館

+4 happiness(all classes)  市民の不満改善+4
+16 per turn town wealth in the region  ターン毎に町の収入16
Recruitment capacity:1
Enhances national prestige  国威強化
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of :民兵

This splendid structure is a celebration of national greatness and improves the happiness
of all classes.

Some objects in the collection are the spoils of war, others are gifts from travellers,
items collected on the whims of past rulers, and intriguing curios from around the
world. The other purpose of the collection is a clear demonstration of national prowess
in all fields, be that a piece of intricate machinery, a work of superlative craftsmanship,
the largest cannon in the world, and so on. It is understandable if chauvinism creeps
into the enterprise: it is an exercise in national status! Pride in the nation improves the
happiness of everyone, regardless of class and the revenue collected from this building
significantly improved town wealth.

Historically, private museums and displays had developed from the collections in
“cabinets of curiosities”, and some of these had ended up as government or royal
property. The world-famous British Museum began in just this way, when Sir Hans
Sloane’s collection was left to George II so that it could be preserved for the nation.
Now a wonderful collection of antiquities, the Museum was intended to be a universal
collection, and had natural history, geology, and science exhibits.

18 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 11:44:55
Wiener Theater ウィーン劇場
+5 happiness(all classes)  市民の不満改善+5
+2 happiness in all your regions (all classes)  すべての地域市民の不満改善+2
+20 per turn town wealth in the region  ターン毎に町の収入+20
Recruitment capacity:1
Nation-wide effects only apply when this building is in your home region
Enhances national prestige  国威強化

This magnificent theatre greatly adds to national prestige.

Pride in one’s nation is a powerful thing, and what better way to instil national pride
than to build a structure that celebrates the great achievements of the country? Be it
past victories, advances in education and technology, or a collection of treasures, such
structures provide a stage to display achievements to the world. National standing
compared to other nations is vastly important in matters of diplomacy, so a public
demonstration of national power will improve prestige.

This theatre in the heart of Vienna was built thanks to the efforts of Emanuel
Schikander. Although he started as an actor he was soon leading his own company and
performing plays set to the music of Mozart. It was the Magic Flute, set to music by
Mozart, that propelled Schikander to the height of his fame. The play also helped in the
building of the Theater an der Wien: Schikander’s lavish productions had outgrown the
smaller Theater auf de Wieden and required a more sumptuous setting. This need for
grandeur proved to be the downfall of Schikander, who eventually died penniless and
insane on the streets of Vienna.

19 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 12:08:54
Tax Office 税務署

+1 to repression in the region 地域の抑圧+1
+5% bonus to region tax income 地域税の収入+5%
Recruitment capacity:1
Enables research of: 研究可能になる
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of:民兵

The taxman is, for common people, the face and grasping fist of government.

A tax office is never a welcome sight, and adds slightly to the repression of the region
where it is found. It does, however, allow for more efficient tax collection and aids in
the recruitment of military units. It is a necessary evil for government: no matter what
the national constitution may be, or the political beliefs of the ruling classes, no
government can do anything unless it has money.

Taxation has always been the most resented part of government. Tax collectors often
had quite draconian powers, and could call upon the services of the military to
encourage the people to pay. This was often necessary, as taxes did not fall fairly on
every part of the community: the poor often paid far more in relative and absolute
terms, than the wealthy. The worst case was probably to be found in Spain, where the
nobility, the landed gentry and the wealthy simply never bothered to pay taxes at all.
The Napoleonic period also saw income tax levied for the first time in Great Britain in
1798. It was abolished in 1802, but governments tend to remember good ways of
getting money out of the people!

20 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 12:09:29
Magistrate 治安判事裁判所

+2 to repression in the region 地域の抑圧+2
+10% bonus to region tax income 地域税の収入+10%
Recruitment capacity:1
Enables research of: 研究可能になる
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of:民兵

There may be a monarch or president on the coinage but, for most folk, the magistrate
is the man that really matters!

Law, order, and taxes are the basis of government. A magistrate is the government
embodied in one person: his duties mean that he can help collect taxes, repress the
people, and take their sons into the army, all at the same time. He is an administrator,
tax collector, thief-taker, instigator of charitable works, military recruiter and father

A magistrate usually represents the state and the landed classes, even in a republic.
Liberty and equality are all very well, but the rich need to be sure their wealth is secure.
Under Napoleon, magistrates in every district were carefully selected and monitored by
a Ministry of Justice, and used to keep an eye on disloyalty to the new regime. Often,
magistrates were sent to distant provinces, so that they had no local sympathies. In
Britain, the opposite tended to be the case: magistrates were selected from among the
local gentry, who knew their neighbours and tenants intimately. Magistrates also had the
power to call out troops to put down any civil disturbances, and to send convicted men
off to the military as punishment.

21 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 12:16:15
Court of Justice 裁判所

+3 to repression in the region 地域の抑圧+3
+15% bonus to region tax income 地域税の収入+15%
Recruitment capacity:1
Enables research of: 研究可能になる
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of:民兵

A court of justice is the government’s power, set out in stone and marble, for the
people to respect and fear.

s such, this building adds significantly to the repression of the people in the region
where it stands. Further, because the forces of law and order are in intimate partnership
with the government’s tax gatherers, a law court gives their demands for money even
more force. The tax gathered in a region also increases thanks to the court. Finally, the
judges here have the power to use civil law to help the military’s authority and this
means that they can aid military recruitment, if only by the simple expedient of
sentencing wrongdoers to the ranks!

Social order is often more important than any amount of so-called liberty to the
smooth running of a nation. To modern eyes, a court of justice was surprisingly
parsimonious with the justice it dispensed: its purpose was to enforce laws that
protected the status quo, which did not have to be the same thing as “justice”.
Receiving justice depended more upon the social class of the defendant or plaintiff,
and less upon clever legal argument or the law itself. Even in countries that prided
themselves on “liberty”, such as Britain, the law courts were more interested in
protecting the rights of property rather than the rights of common and poor men.

22 ボクサー :2010/04/15(木) 12:42:19
Court of Appeals 控訴裁判所

+3 to repression in the region 地域の抑圧+3
+20% bonus to region tax income 地域税の収入+20%
Recruitment capacity:1
Enables research of: 研究可能になる
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of:民兵

The force of law, symbolised by this court, is a powerful weapon in a government’s armoury.

The court is the power of the state rendered in magnificent fashion and, even if appeals
are successful, it helps keep order by greatly adding to the repression in the region.
Given that the state acts as prosecutor and pays the judges, who understand where
their duty lies, it is also an effective way of punishing those who choose not to support
the state. Legal sanctions back demands for tax, and there may be little point in a man
arguing against them. The courts also have the power to enforce military demands for recruits.

Without an appeals procedure, courts of law had no means of self-correction or review:
the decision of the judge was absolute and final. Appeals to a king, consul or president
were sometimes possible, but executive mercy was often whimsical and based on social
position or political expediency. In theory, an appeals court removed politics and social
standing from the application of law, although in practice this was rarely the case.
Simply put: a gentleman or merchant had the money to pay for an appeal, while a poor
man did not. This one fact alone made the courts a subtle tool of social repression and control.

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Supreme Court 最高裁判所
+2 to repression in all regions すべての地域で抑圧+2
Reduces administration costs 管理コスト削減 0になる?
Nation-wide effects only apply when this building is in your home region
+4 to repression in the region 地域の抑圧+4
+25% bonus to region tax income 地域税の収入+25%
Recruitment capacity:1
Enables research of: 研究可能になる
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of:民兵

A supreme court is the most magnificent setting for legal matters, but it is also a symbol of the rule of law.

And those laws may have a great deal to do with keeping the people in order, rather
than granting them life and liberty. This building adds greatly to the repression of the
people and, because of the sanctions that judgements here can impose, it also makes
the job of tax collection much more efficient. An errant taxpayer dragged before this
court should be in fear of losing more than just his purse! The threat of law is also the
sanction that is required for recruiting soldiery.

In addition to his military genius, Napoleon is also well known for his code of laws, the
Code Civil, that established an easily understood legal framework in 1805. This was not
the only law code that the Revolution produced. The Penal Code of 1791 simplified the
criminal justice system too. Despite being codes of justice, the codes were not all that
fair to everyone concerned: the accused in a criminal case, for example, was not
necessarily allowed a defence lawyer. By not being bound by precedent, cases were
argued on their apparent merits, not on whether previous legal judgements could be
used to sway the judge with the power of tradition.

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Cannon Foundry 大砲工場

Rwcruitment capacity :1
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of : 民兵 砲兵

Cannon foundries make guns and the associated ammunition and equipment for artillerymen.

A cannon foundry allows artillery units to be recruited. Cannon production has
improved greatly since 1700, as the invention of machine tools and better methods of
casting have made producing cannons a much safer occupation. The changes also mean
that the guns themselves are far more reliable. Their range and accuracy are vastly
better than early 18th century pieces, which were usually made using the same technique
as bell founding.

Before the 19th century advances in cannon production making guns, like any casting
work, was a dangerous business. If the sand moulds were even slightly damp then a
steam explosion could occur. Anyone nearby was likely to be killed or maimed by hot or
molten metal and pieces of the mould.

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Ordnance Factory 兵器工場

Rwcruitment capacity :1
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of : 民兵 *砲兵 2砲兵

An ordnance factory designs and manufactures guns and their associated equipment.

The large-scale manufacturing of cannons is a monopoly retained by the state, even in a
republic. The creation of large guns is also a difficult business, and the state is the only
body that can afford to do it. The number of guns available is therefore a measure of
national prestige, and the ability to produce guns, rather than buy them from
foreigners, is equally prestigious. An ordnance factory allows artillery units to be recruited.

Historically, most ordnance factories began in royal ownerships, giving the monarch a
guaranteed access to heavy cannons. These were needed for destroying the castles of
recalcitrant barons! Even though politics moved on, the state control of cannon
production remained. In Britain, for example, the Master of the Ordnance was often a
member of the cabinet, and many royal households across Europe included a post of
Master Gunner. Even the Ottoman Turks, who had a strong tradition of heavy artillery
production, were careful to make sure the Sublime Porte had master gunners on staff.


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