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Hatshepsut



Egyptian Empire

Favourite civic: Organized Religion

BASIC INFORMATIONS:

Spiritual and Creative.
Strategy: religion (2) and culture (5).
Wonder Construct random: 40(from 0 to 50).
Base Attitude: 1(from -1 to 2).
Base Peace Weight: 9(from 0 to 10).
Warmonger Respect: 0(from 0 to 2).
Espionage Weight: 100(from 50 to 150).
Refuse To Talk War Threshold: 6(from 6 to 10).
No Tech Trade Threshold: 10(from 5 to 20).
Tech Trade Known Percent: 30% (from 0 to 100).
Max Gold Trade Percent: 10% (from 5 to 20).
Max War Rand: 200 (from 50 to 400).
Max War Rand: 200 (from 50 to 400).
Raze City Prob: 0 (from 0 to 75).
Build Unit Prob: 20 (from 0 to 40).
Close Borders Attitude Change: -2 (from -4 to -2).
Same Religion Attitude Change Limit: 5 (from 2 to 7).
Different Religion Attitude Change: -2 (from -2 to 0).
Favorite Civic Attitude Change Limit: 2 (from 1 to 6).
Demand tribute will be refused when: cautious or worse.
Request help will be refused when: cautious or worse.
Request technology will be refused when: furious.
Request strategic bonus will be refused when: cautious or worse.
Request happiness bonus will be refused when: furious.
Request health bonus will be refused when: furious.
Request map will be refused when: furious.
Request declare war will be refused when: cautious or worse.
Request declare war them will be refused when: cautious or worse.
Request stop trading will be refused when: cautious or worse.
Request stop trading them will be refused when: cautious or worse.
Request adopt civic will be refused when: cautious or worse.
Request convert religion will be refused when: cautious or worse.
Request open borders will be refused when: furious.
Request defensive pact will be refused when: pleased or worse.
Request permanent alliance will be refused when: pleased or worse.
Request vassal will be refused when: cautious or worse.
Max War Nearby Power Ratio: 90 (from 80 to 130).
Max War Distant Power Ratio: 50 (from 30 to 100).
Max War Min Adjacent Land Percent: 3 (from 0 to 4).
Limited War Rand: 200 (from 40 to 200).
Limited War Power Ratio: 100 (from 80 to 130).
Dogpile War Rand: 100 (from 25 to 100).
Make Peace Rand: 20 (from 10 to 80).
Demand Rebuked Sneak Prob: 0 (from 0 to 100).
Demand Rebuked War Prob: 0 (from 0 to 50).
Base Attack Odds Change: 0 (from 0 to 6).
Worse Rank Difference Attitude Change: -1 (from -3 to 0).
Better Rank Difference Attitude Change: 2 (from 0 to 4).
Share War Attitude Change Limit: 3 (from 2 to 4).
Vassal Power Modifier: 0 (from -20 to 50).


DESCRIPTION:

Hatshepsut


Pharaoh of Egypt
Lived: c. 1500 - c. 1450 BC


Background:
                  Hatshepsut was born the daughter of King Thutmose I and Queen Ahmose. She became Queen when her father died and her husband (and half-brother) Thutmose II became Pharaoh. She and Thutmose II had a daughter together, but no son, and Thutmose II declared a son he had with a palace concubine to be his heir and successor. Thutmose II died in his early thirties while his son was still a child, and in her early teens Hatshepsut became the young pharaoh`s regent, and thus ruler of all Egypt.

Apparently, Hatshepsut liked the job and decided that she wanted to keep it. Declaring that the gods had appointed her as her husband`s successor, she declared herself "King of Upper and Lower Egypt" and began wearing all of the trappings of a King, including a false beard. She didn`t kill her husband`s son, and some evidence suggests that they became co-rulers, Thutmose III in charge of the military, while Hatshepsut concentrated upon improving Egypt`s commerce and infrastructure, and upon religious matters.

Hatshepsut is known to have greatly expanded Egypt`s commerce with Asia, Nubia and Libya, and she sent expeditions to far-off places that Egypt had never traded with before. She repaired many of Egypt`s temples and secular buildings that had been severely damaged by invasion in years past. She constructed many obelisks and statues, and a striking mortuary building for herself and her father.

Hatshepsut died sometime around 1450 BC, apparently of natural causes.

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