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Events Suggestions for Steam and Steel: Total War (Mainly those that appear during 1860-1900)

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Since the public release is almost finished, cghopk is now working on the events for the game, he wants suggestions for different events across the world (like reforms, rebellions, inventions, famines, etc)

Wars (except the Secession Civil War) are excluded, since fighting them would be ahistorical in some cases (like the Boshin War if you already eliminated Shogunate/Imperial Japan)

Your event suggestions need a good description of it and a link to a picture related to it.

Remember that your help is always welcomed, so go and suggest!

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Zahav88
Zahav88

1863. Polish uprising (as major rebel spawn), Russia looses control over Poland and Lithuania and must get it back or the neighbors will aquire it. Or if possible Poland appears in 1863 as emergent nation and tries to survive.

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Jolly_kla
Jolly_kla

the Franco-Prussian in 1870 along with french commune as a rebel in Paris. and the great depression in the US in 1873 right after that

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Ya_Boi
Ya_Boi

do you mean the long depression?

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Jolly_kla
Jolly_kla

yep, a bit of confusion happened there

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Jinete_de_España
Jinete_de_España

--Some turmoil in the Balkans against the Ottoman Regime at the end of the 19th century
--Maybe some uprising in Spain as well related to the third Carlist War

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Hazado921 Author
Hazado921

Noted!

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Jinete_de_España
Jinete_de_España

Another suggestion, maybe some turmoil in Mexico in the 1860´s regarding the Mexican Empire and the Republicans. Historically, this led to a direct French intervention.

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Hazado921 Author
Hazado921

Yes, that's already added

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Guest
Guest

Boxer rebellion

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