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印加

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Inca.png
印加
政府等级 帝国级 帝国
主流文化 Primary culture.png 克丘亚(安第斯)
首都 Capital.png 库斯科(808)
政体 Government monarchy.png 专制君主制
国教 因蒂崇拜 因蒂崇拜
科技组 安第斯科技组 安第斯科技组
印加 / 库斯科的理念
Traditions.png 传统
+20% 陆军上限
−10% 理念花费
Idea bonus.png 野心
+1 免费将领上限
Idea bonus.png 理念

Prestige.png 马丘比丘

+1 年度威望

Development cost.png 强制迁移政策

−10% 提升发展度花费

National tax modifier.png 结绳文字

+10% 国家税收

National manpower modifier.png 征募农夫

+10% 全国人力修正
+2.5% 训练度

Construction cost.png 徭役制度

−10% 建造花费

Production efficiency.png 美洲驼放牧

+10% 生产效率

Land attrition.png 印加驿站系统

−10% 陆军损耗

印加(英文:Inca)是一个位于南美洲可成立国家。它只能由以安第斯文化组、或是卡朗、查查波亚文化的非殖民领国家建立。建立后它将成为安第斯区域内举足轻重的力量,直到欧洲殖民者到来。

历史上,印加帝国(克丘亚语意为四方之地或四地之盟)由  库斯科王国建立。1438年到十五世纪中叶,该王国通过一系列征服,在南美洲西部建立了一个中央集权的联邦国家。并被认为是前哥伦布时期美洲最大的帝国。但是该帝国最终毁于内战和  西班牙入侵。最后一个印加要塞在1572年被攻占。

如果玩家用十字军之王2(启用日落入侵)转档来玩EU4的话,印加以及其他美洲国家将会变为高等美洲科技组,并与西欧科技持平。而这一印加会在南美洲控制更多的土地。

成立国家

ID

Execute decision.png四方之地,印加帝国

只要这些小国家中有一个能拥有安第斯区域那四片领土. 我们的王国就能转变为一种更为强大的形式,人民团结在强大统治阶层之下的一个浩瀚的帝国. 在我们的统治下我们就是印加的霸主.
 
潜在需求
  • 在使用随机新世界
  • 从未是结局标签国家
  • 使用一般或历史国家
  • 不是:
    • 国家 flag formed_inca_flag 已设置
  • 至少满足之一:
    • 由玩家控制
    • 在使用自建国
  • 不是:
  • 不是:
  • 不是:
  • 不是:
  • 宗教属于原始信仰组
  • 至少满足之一:
    • 由玩家控制
    • 不是:
  • 至少满足之一:
    • 属于安第斯文化组
    • 主流文化是卡朗
    • 主流文化是查查波亚
  • 是殖民领
  • 至少满足之一:
    • 是前殖民领国家
    • 全部:
      • 是前殖民领国家
      • 由玩家控制
  • 至少满足之一:
    • 由玩家控制
    • 拥有至少8个非殖民地省份
接受
  • 不是:
  • 处于战争中
  • (THIS) 独立国家朝贡国
  • 是草原游牧
  • 拥有核心省份库斯科
  • 拥有核心省份卡哈马卡
  • 拥有核心省份万卡韦利卡
  • 拥有核心省份瓦努科
  • 至少满足之一:
    • 拥有核心省份普诺
    • 拥有核心省份蒂亚瓦纳科
  • 至少满足之一:
    • 拥有核心省份昌昌
    • 拥有核心省份基多

效果
  • 如果:
    • 仅限于:
    • 设置国家 flag INC_used_to_be_CHM
  • 若不是选帝侯或帝国皇帝,全部省份退出神圣罗马帝国
  • 设置政府等级为 帝国级 帝国
  • 国家成为  印加
  • 改变宗教为 因蒂崇拜 inti
  • 秘鲁:
    • 仅限于:
      • 不是:
        • (该国)拥有该省份
      • 不是:
        • 位于乌卡亚利地区
    •  印加该省永久宣称
  • 上秘鲁:
    • 仅限于:
      • 不是:
        • (该国)拥有该省份
      • 不是:
        • 位于莫克索斯地区
      • 不是:
        • 位于贝尼地区
      • 不是:
        • 位于查科地区
    •  印加该省永久宣称
  • 智利南部:
    • 仅限于:
      • 不是:
        • (该国)拥有该省份
    •  印加该省永久宣称
  • 智利中部:
    • 仅限于:
      • 不是:
        • (该国)拥有该省份
    •  印加该省永久宣称
  • 智利北部:
    • 仅限于:
      • 不是:
        • (该国)拥有该省份
    •  印加该省永久宣称
  • 图库曼:
    • 仅限于:
      • 不是:
        • (该国)拥有该省份
    •  印加该省永久宣称
  • 内乌肯:
    • 仅限于:
      • 不是:
        • (该国)拥有该省份
    •  印加该省永久宣称
  • 库约:
    • 仅限于:
      • 不是:
        • (该国)拥有该省份
    •  印加该省永久宣称
  • 获得 Prestige.png 25 威望
  • 如果:
    • 仅限于:
      • 是土著议会
    • 改变政体为君主制
    • 设置遗产政体:despotic_monarchy
  • 如果:
  • 设置国家 flag formed_inca_flag

AI决议因子:

  • 基础权重:1
玩家必须拥有并造核全部绿色省份,一个蓝色省份和一个红色省份。成立印加对阴影地区获得永久宣称
玩家必须拥有并造核全部绿色省份,一个蓝色省份和一个红色省份。成立印加对阴影地区获得永久宣称

事件

主条目:印加事件

策略

印加各国的策略大致相同,尽管它们并非处于同一起跑线。由于在历史上库斯科 是组建印加帝国的王国,因此她被设计为该地区难度最低的国家。库斯科 拥有相对高的发展度以及高属性的统治者和继承人。规模较小,实力较弱的国家将需要依靠防御策略来取得对邻国的优势,但是一旦玩家的国家在发展度和军队规模上超过竞争对手,作为任何因蒂国家的发展方向就大体相同。

本指南介绍了安第斯国家的一般策略,以及有关欧洲人到来后进行改革和后续扩张的建议。寻求单个安第斯国家指南的玩家可以在此Wiki的其他页面上找到它们。不过如上所述,在你的国家远超邻国之后,安第斯国家的策略便大致趋同。

玛雅阿兹特克不同,是否开启黄金国 DLC对印加的整体进度不会有很大的影响。这是因为因蒂改革并不需要进行上述国家进行改革时的扩张和收缩周期。本指南是在假设玩家拥有黄金国 的情况下编写的,但是下面将介绍策略上的差异。

开局形势

劣势:因蒂邦国们作为原始国家开局,并没有接受封建主义思潮,这会使玩家承受高达50%的科研惩罚。而随着新思潮的不断涌现,这一惩罚还会更为严重。在完成五项政府改革以及与一个已接纳思潮的国家直接接壤前,它们无法接受任何思潮。另外安第斯地区的恶劣地形将会大大提高地方发展成本。尽管因蒂邦国们拥有不少出产金矿的省份,但是其带来的收入也会因为原始国家的身份而大大降低。最后,在开局时,印加所处的贸易节点非常贫瘠,只有依靠开发和殖民尽可能多的省份来增加节点的价值。

另外作为一个美洲国家,玩家的当务之急便是尽快完成改革并且尽可能拓展自己的领地,与时间赛跑,最大限度地挤压欧洲殖民者的发展空间才是保证生存的第一要务。如果扩张过慢,玩家将会面对数个强盛的欧洲帝国。如果失去了过多领土,印加的灭亡将会是时间问题。

优势:印加拥有不少优势,有些会在后期让玩家获益匪浅。第一大优势便是改革提供的各种增益效果,尽管这些增益不如中美诸国的改革,但是更加容易实现。因此,在欧洲人抵达前完成全部五项政府改革并不困难,自然快速改革不应该成为扩张过慢的借口。另外,印加宗教事件组经常会直接增加省份的税基。第二大优势便是安第斯地区的地形,这会妨碍安第斯国家的早期征服,但在面对欧洲人入侵时会充分证明其价值。最后,安第斯地区坐拥众多金矿,其带来的经济价值远超过通胀带来的负面影响。在后期,这些金矿将会让印加成为最富裕的国家之一。

作为一个新世界国家,其最令人羡慕的莫过于其改革机制。通过因蒂改革,玩家能立刻提升到邻国75%的科技等级(原文如此,页面宗教与教派认为是80%,译者注)并且接受所有其接受的思潮——最重要的是这些都是免费的。因此,在确保国家安全的前提下玩家根本没有升级科技的必要,而节省出的大量君主点数则可以用来提升稳定度,外交吞并附庸,或者完成理念组。拥有常识DLC的玩家还可以将点数用来提高省份发展度,在完成改革后,印加将会变成一个富裕强盛的帝国。

尽管在改革之前高额的科技惩罚会让玩家苦不堪言,但只要完成改革并追上科技后,玩家几乎可以瞬间成为世界列强。

最初的行动与统一安第斯

在游戏开始时,所有AI都会从邻国中选择宿敌。玩家只需宿敌那些宿敌了自己的国家即可。而最佳的盟友人选则是宿敌的宿敌,在玩家侵略别国时只需要许诺土地便可以轻松让盟友加入进攻性战争。尽可能快地附庸或直接吞并敌国来使帝国扩张,另外所有印加地区的盟友都只能当做短期盟友,最后她们也要被摧毁来保证玩家的生存空间。

在开局后一个月便可以宣战。在这段时间内足以将军队拉到上限。玩家应该迅速袭击并吞并一个邻国。一般而言目标会拥有数个盟友,但只要认真分析战略形势,这并不像看上去那么困难。目标的盟友们总是被它们的肯定不会给军事通行权的宿敌们挡在战场外,从而迫使他们借道尚未殖民的地区,而原住民军队会延迟他们进入战争的步伐,这就为玩家争取了充足的时间来把主要目标的军队消灭或打退。有趣的是,在印加地区,全歼敌军的难度远比其他地区要低,只要玩家迅速行动,各个击破,独力战胜两到三个国家是完全可能的,尤其是在玩家使用库斯科时。

在和平条约中获得尽可能多的金币是明智的选择,如果情势允许,与敌人单独媾和的话能获得更多钱,但是不要因此拖长战争,阻碍发展。

仅仅吞并或者附庸一个邻国就会使玩家在发展度和陆军规模上鹤立鸡群。然而玩家应注意,军事科技不要落后于邻国,有时仅仅一级科技就可以使一支军队粉碎数量上占优的敌军,只要玩家茁壮成长的帝国持平或领先一级军事科技,如果没有出现强力的联盟或者包围网的话,并没有什么能阻止玩家的迅速扩张。如果有盟友和附庸相助扩张将会更为简单,尽管他们最终都要被吞并。

如果玩家选择了位于安第斯北缘或南缘的邦国,征服之路便是线状的:夺取所有周边领土之后向南或向北一路杀下去。如果玩家选择中部的邦国如库斯科,明智的举措将是与一侧的国家结盟后向相反方向扩张,直到那里再也没有一个可供征服的独立因蒂邦国为止。就算盟友不帮忙参战,它也能成为玩家的王国与野心勃勃的扩张主义者之间的一道屏障。清洗掉一侧的所有威胁后,帝国就可以改弦更张,转过身去蹂躏另一侧的国家,包括那些曾经的盟友们。

如上所述,如果玩家得势,统一安第斯本身完全不困难,然而一旦失势就会很快大难临头,所以小心谨慎地操作很重要。快速扩张并不意味着无所顾忌地扩张。避免重大失败的最好方式是仔细关注邻国的外交关系,保证领先宿敌一级军事科技和避免在没有明显数量优势的情况下突入不利地形;虽然以上基本上适用于EU4的任何一个国家,但对开局只能招募步兵单位因而妨碍了一开始的玩家利用最优军队配比来对敌国取得优势的安第斯国家而言,这些更加重要。

一般玩家在消灭其他所有安第斯国家之前就可以通过成立印加帝国的决议了。印加帝国会成为一个文化联盟,所以只要国家的主流文化属于安第斯文化组,几乎所有省份都会免除任何收入和人力的异文化惩罚。印加帝国还会得到大量省份的宣称权,这就使玩家不必在发动征服之前伪造宣称了。

改革 

因蒂改革需要100权威,而权威根据国家的总发展度随时间增长,高发展度的国家得到权威的速度更快。权威还会因某些事件而升降。另外,降低省份的Autonomy.png自治度会自动获得5点权威,提升自治度则反之。地方自治度因事件而增减时权威也会随之变动,故而选择提升地方自治度的事件选项时一定要三思。如果某个事件提升四个省份的自治度,那么权威会相应地减少20点之多。

在国小民穷的游戏早期,提升权威最为困难。此时权威的增长相当缓慢。不过随着帝国的扩张,速度会慢慢赶上。许多事件会影响权威,或数个省份的地方自治度。一般来说,除非会引发玩家无法平息的叛乱,否则最好选择提升权威或降低地方自治度的选项。原始国家可以把更多的君主点数挥霍到严酷镇压叛乱和提升稳定度方面。如上所述,降低自治度能提升5点权威,所以在叛乱可控的情况下,手动降低自治度也是加速改革的捷径。

权威达到100并满足一些其他条件后,帝国便可以通过一项改革。改革会将权威降至0,降低2点Icon stability.png稳定并会引发一场由几支篡权叛军趁国家不稳而发起的内战。若叛乱毁国,他们会迫使政府废除两项改革,这会使印加几十年的努力付诸东流。必须不惜代价地避免叛军得逞。为确保叛乱能被平定,在通过改革前未雨绸缪是很重要的。合理的准备措施包括开启所以要塞的驻军,拉满陆军维护费并等一个月来让士气恢复。为了面对叛乱快速反应,应分兵把守在帝国的各个部分。在资金充足但人力枯竭时,雇佣兵可以帮忙在不消耗人力的情况下镇压叛乱,印加帝国一定能雇的起他们。

通常在统一安第斯之前,第一项改革就可以通过了。首次改革的最优选项依战略形势而定。各项改革如下:

  • 有组织的征募: 人力恢复速度 +10% 人力恢复速度
  • 雅拿领主: Morale of armies.png +10% 陆军士气
  • 改革因蒂崇拜: Legitimacy.png +0.5 年度正统性、Devotion.png +0.5 年度奉献度
  • 扩张密特马政策: Colonists.png +1 殖民队 (与殖民地相邻的省份将会被自动探索)
  • 改革官僚体系: Core-creation cost.png −10% 造核花费

If any serious Andean rivals remain, then Organized Recruitment, Yana Lords, and Reform the Bureaucracy provide useful bonuses to speed the empire's expansion. However, unless the empire is crippled and losing battles to more advanced neighbors, the Core-creation cost.png −10% core-creation cost is best because it conserves valuable administrative monarch points that can be used to research technology to unlock new idea groups.

For the most part, especially if there are no real threats remaining, the best first reform is Expanded Mitma Policy for the Colonists.png +1 colonist. Unlike the Mayans and Aztecs, the much larger and richer Incan Empire can afford to maintain a colony early on. Colonization will be slow until reaching level 3 of diplomatic technology and getting Exploration ideas, but an early start is invaluable. Reform the Bureaucracy would then be the optimal second choice in order to reduce the coring costs for new colonies. The colonist reform can be left until later if the empire seriously needs a military edge over its rivals.

Reform the Cult of Inti is a nice reform, but should almost always be the last one taken unless the player is having constant problems with Legitimacy.png legitimacy. A player who has Rights of Man will have even less need to take this reform until all others have been passed.

Preparations for the European arrival

With no remaining rivals, the empire can focus on colonial expansion and development. Like in history, the Europeans will usually reach the Andes after they reach Mexico, so the Incans will have plenty of time to expand and grow. The only other countries near the empire post-unification will be Muisca to the north and the migratory South American tribes that will often congregate around the empire's southern borders. It will take little effort to destroy these tribes and take their sole province. Be careful about leaving Muisca to its own devices for too long. Its AI ruler will continue to research military technology that will give its small forces a huge edge over the Incans. Eliminating them quickly will neutralize this threat and open up new territories to colonize. After this, all that remains is to colonize, develop, and fill out idea groups.

The first three idea groups unlock at levels 5, 7, and 10 of administrative technology. The first should always be Exploration, which will triple the speed of colonization by providing two more colonists and increasing settler growth. Newly recruited conquistadors can explore the rest of South America and then Central America in order to keep watch for the arrival of the Europeans.

The second is more variable, with the optimal choices being Expansion ideas or - if and only if the Europeans are nowhere nearby - Quantity. It is imperative to catch up in military technology as soon as possible after reforming, so the empire can only afford to divert into Quantity if it has enough time to rebuild its stockpile of military points before reforming. Quantity trades the economic benefits of the administrative trees to allow a more significant expansion of the military after reforming.

Of the administrative idea groups, Expansion is usually the best choice as it will speed up colonization even further, which is especially important for a player seeking the A Sun God achievement. Economic is a possible alternative that will truly catapult the Incans to disgusting levels of wealth but can also wait until after reforming when it will truly shine. Since the empire is religiously united from the get-go and the Incan Empire automatically accepts all Andean cultures, Humanist and Religious ideas are effectively useless until after the Incans begin conquering colonial nations. Administrative will provide little benefit pre-reformation either as well and can be left until after the conquests have truly begun.

If the Europeans are taking a long time, it may be feasible to get to level 10 administrative technology to unlock and fill out another idea group. Bear in mind that the empire will receive a number of technologies for free upon reforming the Inti religion, so if the Europeans are approaching, those points can be spent on development or saved to be used after reforming.

There is no point in researching past level 3 diplomacy technology or continuing with military research after all neighboring states have been conquered. Excess points should be spent on development or ideas.

Once Exploration ideas have been unlocked and filled out, the Incans will have 3 Colonists.png colonists assuming the colonist reform has already been chosen as well. These should immediately be deployed to expand the empire's borders in every direction. Excepting the colonist needed to get a border with Muisca, the first priority should be the coastal Aimara provinces the south of Cusco. Leaving these open will risk the Portuguese or Spanish colonizing those provinces, which will in turn leave the heart of the empire vulnerable and could force the Incans to later fight on two or three fronts. Although it is necessary to secure a border with the western powers in order to reform, it is quicker and safer to try and meet the Europeans as far east as possible. The more territory the colonizers take before the Incan reformation , the harder future wars against them will be. Colonizing the western coasts of South America will funnel the Europeans into La Plata and Brazil.

A fully unified Incan Empire should be able to accrue authority fast enough to have all five reforms passed before the Europeans arrive. Unlike the five reforms themselves, the final religious reformation does not trigger a civil war, so there is no need to heavily prepare to deal with rebels. Extensive preparation, however, will be required in order to deal with the Europeans. The empire should continue to focus on upgrading infrastructure and colonization. It is a wise idea not to build up to the force limit until unlocking cavalry and artillery. An army composed exclusively of infantry will quickly meet doom at the hands of the European invaders regardless of technology levels.

The trouble with Europe

Arrival

Eventually the Europeans shall show up in South America. The most likely early arrivals are  葡萄牙 and  西班牙/ 卡斯蒂利亚, with  法兰西 and  大不列颠/ 英格兰 not far behind. If England and Castile have failed to form Great Britain and Spain respectively, the Incans will have a much easier time in the future, but the player should not count on this. The worst case scenario is Spain getting a personal union over Portugal, which will effectively hand the Spanish Empire control over the majority of the Americas. In such a case, the Incans should prioritize defense and blocking European colonial expansion into the interior of South America.

Hopefully by this point, the Incans have managed to colonize extensive territories to speed up the reformation. When the empire has a core province bordering a core province of a nation that has adopted at least one institution, the option to reform the religion activates. This will immediately give the Incans all institutions adopted by their neighbor and jump them ahead to 2-3 technologies behind their more advanced neighbor, saving thousands of monarch points. If the player has built a stockpile of monarch points, it is possible to research one or two technologies instantly. It is, however, entirely possible that the modern neighbor may not have adopted all currently available institutions. It is best to reform off a neighbor that has done so, but the Europeans may not leave enough time.

Reforming their religion gives the Incans the ability to build boats and colonize coastal provinces in range. It also removes the penalties to gold production and will - at minimum - quadruple the empire's monthly income, though it will also drastically increase inflation. Many new buildings will be unlocked and the empire can begin investing in more advanced infrastructure to increase manpower, force limits, and income.

If the Europeans have not colonized Rapanui or the Galapagos Islands, the Incans should make a priority of settling these islands. They have small native populations and are useful staging points for western expansion. The large fleets that Spain and Portugal build will make conquest of the islands a very difficult endeavor, but the Europeans are unlikely to take interest in the islands if the Incans settle them first. Even should they invade, they will not gain a significant amount of warscore for occupying them anyways. Settling these the Galapagos is especially important for a player going after the Sun God achievement, as they are considered a part of South America.

Note that upon coming into contact with the Europeans, smallpox will rapidly spread throughout the empire, severely crippling provincial income and manpower, though it will also decrease unrest. This will trigger a modifier called Rapid Collapse of Society that will effectively end any further efforts at advancement, but this modifier will disappear immediately after reforming the Inti religion. It is possible for smallpox events to trigger even after reforming, but this is very rare.

Be warned: Spain/Castille and Portugal have national ideas that help their colonization efforts and are scripted to take Exploration and Expansion ideas. It is a very real possibility that they will set up their first colonial nations within a decade of landing and the larger these colonies become, the more manpower and income they will give to their masters. Though the Incans initially are at a disadvantage, they can catch up by researching diplomacy technology and using the Native Repression policy (if Conquest of Paradise is owned). The AI will always choose co-existence, which negates native uprisings but does not speed up settler growth, giving the player a small advantage. Focusing colonial efforts on cutting the European colonial nations from expanding into the interior can bring European settlement of the continent to a halt, but truly stopping them will require multiple brutal wars.

Countering colonialism

It is imperative to catch up in military tech. If the player has been investing in any military ideas (such as Quantity), this should immediately cease until the Incans have achieved parity with the rest of the world. The bonuses gained from technological advancement far outstrip the bonuses military ideas grant and the Incans will have to deal with a morale disadvantage for a while. Once the player has caught up on military tech, the Andes are great defensive terrain and enemy armies will face high attrition. Relieving beseiged forts in the mountains can prove to be enough to stop invading European nations.

Improving relations with the closest colonizers can buy more time before they attack - and they will almost always attack. Another diplomat should be used to boost relations with said colonizers' rivals, though it is unlikely that the Incans will be able to secure a useful alliance for some time. Colonizing the Colombia region to the north can cut distance to Europe in the short term, while in the long term securing a province on the edge of Europe will allow full-scale European diplomacy. An ideal case would be an Irish or Dutch minor colonizer without colonial allies. Colonizing to the western Pacific via Hawaii can allow the player to secure an Asian ally, which can discourage any European invasion. However, until South America is completely settled, by both the Incans and Europeans, it is wise for the empire to direct most of its colonial efforts on the continent after colonizing Rapanui, the Galapagos, and Hawaii. Letting colonial nations grow too large will curtail Incan expansion and give the Europeans an even bigger advantage during the eventual wars for South America. If there is no remaining territory in South America, or if the Europeans have been properly boxed in and cut off from further expansion into the interior, rapid colonization of the Pacific will open East Asia up for trade, diplomacy, and conquest.

If Mexico has been explored, the Incans should take note of the situation in Mesoamerica. The Mayan and Nahuatl countries are very unlikely to complete their reforms and are even less likely the unite the whole region under one banner. Colonizing and coring a nearby province in Central America will allow the Incans to fabricate claims. By this point, the reformed Incan Empire will be able to annihilate primitive Mesoamerican armies with little effort. Conquering Mexico will stop the Europeans from carving Mesoamerica up between their colonial states and will slow their access to the Pacific as long as the coasts of South America have been secured as well.

The war for South America

Unfortunately, even an Incan player not going for the A Sun God achievement is likely to be drawn into one or more massive wars with a European colonizer and its allies. This is a defining moment for the empire, especially for players seeking the achievement.

France and Spain in particular gain huge bonuses to morale that will give them a significant advantage, especially if they choose Defensive ideas and hire the relevant military adviser. The larger their colonial nations become, the more troops they can field in South America. Worse, the European great powers usually ally at least one or two other great powers, which means that the Incans may find themselves outnumbered 3 to 1 at first. If the Incans have secured a European ally, this ally is often reluctant to join offensive wars. Although the ally is more likely to join defensive wars, waiting for the colonizers to attack may give them too much time to expand their territory in South America. Lastly, it will be some time before the Incans can build navies large enough to challenge their European enemies.

Thankfully, the Incans have a few serious advantages. They are fabulously wealthy and can easily afford to maintain forts and reach their force limit, especially if they have Economic and Quantity ideas to reduce maintenance costs. The imperial heartlands in the Andes are mountainous, easily defended and, when combined with strategically placed and up-to-date forts, will help even the scales by saddling European armies with hefty penalties in battle. Although the Europeans will likely outnumber the Incans and their allies, they must manually ship their troops across the Atlantic to engage in battle. They will build many transports to carry large armies, often exceeding 20,000 soldiers, to South America, but in the time that it takes the Europeans to transport their next army, a larger Incan force can pounce on and annihilate the invaders. Destroying as many of these transports as possible can slow or almost halt the transportation of enemy armies to South America. Lastly, the low warscore costs for European colonies in South America means that the Incans do not need to score a decisive victory to get their demands. A war to take a few provinces from a colonial nation may realistically be won with ~20% warscore if the war has dragged on long enough.

Any war should wait until the Incans have caught up in military technology and preferably, if possible, until after they have filled out the Quantity tree and reached their heightened force limit. The great powers of Europe will frequently fight each other, and striking during one of these large wars will keep the enemy distracted and their armies divided. It is important to raise army maintenance to 100% and wait for morale to recover before declaring war and to position armies around target colonial nations and colonies beforehand as well. Immediately after the war begins, the Incans should attack and completely wipe out the defensive armies of nearby colonial nations, followed by complete occupation. This will effectively remove those nations from the war and stop them from reinforcing their motherland's forces when they arrive. If the enemy is currently engaged in another major war in Europe, their European rivals may graciously sink transports or decimate armies fighting on the continent, slowing the arrival of reinforcements.

Surviving the coming onslaught will rely on smart tactics and perhaps a bit of luck. The Incans should concentrate their armies on whatever chunk of colonial territory the player has chosen as the wargoal, as holding this will gradually increase warscore. Once the defending colonial nation has been fully occupied, a waiting game will begin while the European empires ship their troops to South America. The initial wave of foes will likely be outnumbered by the player's occupying forces, which should immediately pounce and try to destroy the new arrivals with overwhelming numerical superiority. In the early game, when the Europeans are still building up their colonial empires, the defeated enemy army may have nowhere to retreat to and can be stackwiped before reinforcements land. If this process can be repeated several times without succumbing to a massive European counterattack, war exhaustion, ticking warscore from occupying the war goal, and the increasing drain on money and manpower will eventually make the Europeans amenable to peace. If the enemy lands with overwhelming force, retreating to the imperial heartlands in the Andes and waiting to attack the enemy while its armies are besieging a mountain fort can raise Incan chances of victory.

Overall, though any war against a combined European alliance will always be difficult and drawn-out, the logistical hell of fighting a trans-Atlantic war for South America gives the Incans enough of an advantage that it is very possible to win even if outnumbered severely. As time goes on, however, this advantage will close as colonial nations raise ever larger armies and expanding global empires build larger fleets that can transport huge armies more rapidly. Still, if the Incans succeed in their first war or two, they can gain enough momentum to prevent European colonial nations from ever becoming a serious threat in the first place.

Since it is impossible to vassalize colonial nations, the Incans will be forced to directly core conquered provinces and deal with any separatist revolts. The low development of these provinces will result in fairly low coring costs and will ease the process of converting the subjugated colonies to the Inti faith. Thankfully, none of these provinces will cause overextension because colonial provinces never do.

Conquering the Christian provinces will also enable a decision to convert to Christianity, though doing so will remove the benefits of the reforms, reduce religious unity to almost nothing since the empire's core Andean provinces are all Inti, and stop the many beneficial events the Incans get. The main benefits are access to Christian religious mechanics and better relations with European countries that follow the same form of Christianity.

In general, the bonus to relations and immunity to holy wars is not really worth sacrificing what amounts to five free national ideas (the reforms) and events that regularly raise development, not to mention the unrest and corruption that plunging religious unity will cost. If the El Dorado DLC is not enabled, conversion is a more viable option but should only be done if the empire is fully prepared, perhaps after getting Religious ideas.

导入CKII存档

Inca.png
印加
政府等级 王国级 王国
主流文化 Primary culture.png 印加(安第斯)
首都 Capital.png 库斯科(808)
政体 Government monarchy.png 独裁君主制
国教 因蒂崇拜 因蒂崇拜
科技组 高等美洲科技组 高等美洲科技组
印加(十字军之王2)的理念
注释

适用于日落入侵开启的CK2存档。


Traditions.png 传统
−5% 顾问花费
+20% 要塞防御
Idea bonus.png 野心
+10% 陆军上限
Idea bonus.png 理念

National manpower modifier.png 帝国人口统计

+25% 国家人力

Stability cost modifier.png 强制推行克丘亚语

−10% 稳定度花费

Technology cost.png 书写文字

−10% 科技花费

Trade efficiency.png 官方斧型货币

+10% 贸易效率

Merchants.png 帝国黄金贸易

+1 商人

National tax modifier.png 国家行政改革

+15% 国家税收

Global tariffs.png 帝国道路网

+10% 全球关税

印加在启用日落入侵DLC的 王国风云2 转档后的游戏中存在。如果这样, 印加以已统一形式存在, 并拥有与原版不同的国家理念, 以及 高等美洲 科技组。

成就

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A Sun God
成立印加,接受所有思潮并拥有整个南美洲作为核心省份。


参考资料


国家玩法策略索引

安第斯科技组 Andean.png  库斯科  印加  穆伊斯卡
南美洲科技组 South American.png  马普切

中非科技组 Central African.png  布干达  布索加  卡拉圭  刚果  穆塔帕
东非科技组 East African.png  阿居乌壤  埃塞俄比亚  基尔瓦
西非科技组 West African.png  达荷美  马里  桑海  廷巴克图
穆斯林科技组 Muslim.png  阿达尔  马穆鲁克  摩洛哥  姆扎卜  突尼斯

西欧科技组 Western.png  美利坚
中美洲科技组 Mesoamerican.png  阿兹特克  玛雅
北美洲科技组 North American.png  切罗基  奇克索  克里克  休伦  易洛魁  普韦布洛