Clergymen

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Clergymen are the POP type, which are the educators of the nation's population, as despite their name this is their main function. They contribute to the literacy of the population, and also reduce the consciousness of POPs so they don't get too restless. Clergymen also produce research points. They are paid through the education slider of the budget. 2% of a nation's population must be Clergymen in order to gain the maximum amount of research points from Clergymen, but adding more will raise a nation's literacy quicker until they make up 4% of the province's population, after which adding more Clergymen will have no further effect.

Needs

Life Needs
Grain.png Grain 2.5
Fish.png Fish 1
Fruit.png Fruit 1
Wool.png Wool 1
Cattle.png Cattle 0.75
Everyday Needs
Resource liquor.png Liquor 5
Resource paper.png Paper 5
Resource regular clothes.png Regular Clothes 5
Tea.png Tea 5
Resource furniture.png Furniture 4
Tobacco.png Tobacco 3
Coal.png Coal 1
Resource glass.png Glass 1
Luxury Needs
Resource wine.png Wine 10
Coffee.png Coffee 2
Resource telephones.png Telephones 1.25
Resource automobiles.png Automobiles 1
Resource luxury clothes.png Luxury Clothes 1
Resource luxury furniture.png Luxury Furniture 1
Opium.png Opium 1
Resource radios.png Radio 1
Resource aeroplanes.png Aeroplanes 0.4
Resource fuel.png Fuel 0.2

Rebel Units

Unit Type Chance
Infantry.png Infantry 50%
Irregular.png Irregular 50%

Ideological Tendencies

Ideology BCM Modifiers
Anarcho Liberal.png Anarcho Liberal 1
  • 2 if Ruling Party = Anarcho-Liberal
  • 0.1 if militancy < 6
  • 1.1 for every 10% of political reform want
Communist.png Communist 1
  • 0.1 if militancy < 6
  • 2 if Ruling Party = Communist
  • 1.1 for every 10% of social reform want
Conservative.png Conservative 1
  • 0.5 if militancy > 6
  • 1.1 if militancy is below 4, and 1.1 for every point below that
  • 1.1 if consciousness is below 4, and 1.1 for every point below that
  • 1.5 if luxury needs = 100% fulfilled
  • 1.1 if luxury needs at least 10% fulfilled
  • 2 if all poor strata in state has everyday needs = 100% fulfilled
  • 1.25 if all middle strata in state has everyday needs = 100% fulfilled
  • 1.1 if the National Value is Order
  • 0.9 for every point of militancy of poor strata above 5
Fascist.png Fascist 1
  • 0.5 if militancy < 6
  • 1.1 for every 1% of revanchism, up to 5%
  • 2 if revanchism > 10%
  • 4 if revanchism > 15%
  • 8 if revanchism > 20%
  • 1.1 if percentage political reform want < 15%
  • 1.1 if percentage political reform want < 10%
  • 1.1 if percentage political reform want < 5%
  • 2 if Ruling Party = Fascist
  • 1.1 for every point of militancy of poor strata above 5 except 9
Liberal.png Liberal 1.1
  • 1.2 for every point of consciousness above 5
  • 0.5 if militancy > 6
  • 1.1 if Socialism ideology has not been discovered
  • 1.1 if Communism ideology has not been discovered
  • 1.1 if Anarcho-Liberal ideology has not been discovered
  • 1.1 if National Value is Liberty
  • 1.1 for every 2% of political reform want, up to 20%
  • 1.1 for every point of militancy of poor or middle strata above 5 except 9
Reactionary.png Reactionary 1
  • 0.5 if militancy < 6
  • 1.2 if Ruling Party = Reactionary
  • 1.2 if literacy < 30%
  • 1.2 if plurality < 20%
  • 0.5 if consciousness > 6
  • 1.1 if percentage of political reform want < 15%
  • 1.1 if percentage of political reform want < 10%
  • 1.1 if percentage of political reform want < 5%
  • 1.1 for every point of militancy above 6 and consciousness < 4
  • 1.1 for every point of militancy of poor strata above 5 except 9
Socialist.png Socialist 1
  • 1.1 if National Value is Equality and Ruling Party is not Communist
  • 0.5 if militancy > 6
  • 1.1 for every 2% of social reform want, up to 20%
  • 2 if poor strata everyday needs in state < 25%
  • 1.25 if middle strata everyday needs in state < 25%
  • 1.1 for every point of militancy of poor or middle strata above 5 except 9
  • 1.05 for every point of consciousness above 7
Upper Classes: AristocratsCapitalists
Middle Classes: ArtisansBureaucratsClergymenClerksOfficers

Lower Classes: CraftsmenFarmersLabourersSlavesSoldiers