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Confederate States of America
Csamap
Map by RawSasquatch
Leader
Jefferson Davis
Capital
Richmond
Start Bias
Grasslands
Religion
Protestantism

Methodist (HR)

Culture
Colonial
Traits
Aggressive, Financial
Confederate States of America led by Jefferson Davis is a custom civilization created by RawSasquatch[1], with contributions from Janboruta, DJSHenninger, Bouncymischa, ViceVirtuoso, DonStamos, and TPangolin.

This mod requires Brave New World.

Overview

Confederate States of America

The Confederate States of America were established in 1861, following the secession of seven Southern states from the United States. Four more followed, bringing the nation to eleven. The Confederate States also claimed Kentucky and Missouri, border states with "shadow" Confederate governments that did not secede, as well as the southern half of the New Mexico Territory and what is now Oklahoma. Though the Confederate States ceased to exist following their defeat in 1865, the southern states have continued to share a common identity and pride.

Jefferson Davis

Jefferson Davis served as the first and only President of the Confederate States of America from 1861 to 1865. Under his administration, the Confederate States attempted to establish their independence from the United States. He served with distinction as an officer in the Mexican-American War and as a U.S. Senator prior to the war, and after the Confederate defeat, served as a symbol of reconciliation and Southen pride.

Dawn of Man

"Greetings, Jefferson Davis! Under your esteemed leadership, the Confederate States of America sought to preserve their way of life under force of arms. In the face of overwhelming manpower and technology, your soldiers fought valiantly against their former countrymen, turned the bitterest of enemies. Your efforts following that terrible conflict helped reforge the bonds of brotherhood, allowing the descendents of your people to achieve the prosperity they enjoy today, with Southern pride and spirit unbroken to this day.

Davis Diplo

Leaderscene by Janboruta

Mr. President, your people call for your services once again. Will you assume the mantle of leadership and preserve the ideals of the Confederate States? Will you help the South rise and lead the Confederacy to victory over its many rivals? Will you build a civilization that will stand the test of time?"

Introduction: "Welcome to the Confederate States of America. We would be honored if you pay respect to our people."

Introduction: "All we ask is to be left alone. Would you be so kind as to do that from now on?"

Introduction: "Welcome to the Confederate States of America. Now get out."

Defeat: "If the Confederacy has fallen, there should be written on its tombstone: Died of a Theory."

Defeat: "This is a war of Northern Aggression! The South has valiantly defended its values and lands. We will never die."

Unique Attributes

Confederate States of America (Jefferson Davis)
Davis

Art by Janboruta

Rebel Yell

Infantry units receive a random, unique promotion upon entering combat for the first time. For 3 turns after the outbreak of war, all infantry units may force enemies to retreat.

Sharpshooter

Art by DJSHenninger

Sharpshooter (Rifleman)
  • -12% Strength Combat Strength (30 vs 34)
  • When attacking, performs a free ranged attack followed by their melee attack
  • Receives a 20% Strength Defense bonus when stationed on an Antebellum Manor
Antebellum

Art by Bouncymischa

Antebellum Manor
  • Unlocked at Chivalry
  • Must be built on flat land
  • +1 Gold Gold and +1 CultureIcon Culture if built on a source of Cotton, Sugar, or Tobacco*
  • +1 Production Production and +1 CultureIcon Culture if built next to a city
  • While at war, all Antebellum Manors yield an additional +1 Production Production and CultureIcon Culture
Really Good:
  • John Bell Hood: Additional attack.
  • William Mahone: Scaling bonus when fighting near the Capital, to a maximum of 20%.
  • Albert Sidney Johnston: Heals fully from pillaging.
  • Stonewall Jackson: Flank attack bonus increased by 100%.
  • Nathan Forrest: May capture defeated enemies.
Good:
  • Ambrose P. Hill: Double Movement in Grassland
  • Ambrose Wright: Allows Embarkation. 100% Defensive bonus while Embarked.
  • Bushrod Johnson: 50% more Defense when stationed in a City
  • Charles Field: 15% Attacking bonus in Open Terrain.
  • Charles Winder: +1 Movement.
  • Chase Whiting: 30% Combat bonus VS Siege units.
  • Edward Johnson: 30% Defense bonus in Forest.
  • Henry Heth: +1 Sight.
  • James Longstreet: 30% attacking bonus in Rough Terrain.
  • John Breckinridge: 15% Defense bonus in Open Terrain.
  • John Gordon: 30% Attacking bonus in Forest.
  • John Magruder: 100% Defense bonus in Marsh.
  • Jubal Early: 10% Combat bonus outside of friendly lands. Heal an extra 10 HP per turn when healing in Enemy (not Neutral) territory.
  • Lafayette McLaws: 30% Defense bonus in Hills.
  • Richard Ewell: Heal an extra 10 HP per turn when healing in Neutral territory.
  • Richard H. Anderson: Double Movement in Forest.
  • Robert Hoke: 25% Combat bonus vs Cities.
  • Robert Rodes: Unit is 50% more likely to create Great Generals.
  • Jeb Stuart: Ignores enemy Zone of Control.
Bad:
  • Daniel H. Hill: No combat bonus from nearby Great Generals.
  • George Pickett: 15% Attacking penalty in Open Terrain.
  • Benjamin Huger: 20% Defense penalty.
  • Rebel Militia: 20% Combat penalty outside of Friendly lands.
  • Theophilus Holmes: -1 Movement.
  • Braxton Bragg: 20% Combat penalty. 75% chance to retreat if attacked.
City List
  1. Richmond
  2. Montgomery
  3. New Orleans
  4. Atlanta
  5. Mobile
  6. Memphis
  7. Savannah
  8. Charleston
  9. Nashville
  10. Norfolk
  11. Petersburg
  12. Alexandria
  13. Augusta
  14. Columbus
  15. Wilmington
  16. Macon
  17. Fredericksburg
  18. Baton Rouge
  19. Jacksonville
  20. Lynchburg
  21. Raleigh
  22. Wheeling
  23. Jackson
  24. Natchez
  25. San Antonio
  26. Winchester
  27. Austin
  28. Pensacola
  29. Knoxville
  30. Tallahassee
  31. El Paso
  32. Chattanooga
  33. Santa Fe
  34. Staunton
  35. Algiers
  36. New Bern
  37. Fayetteville
  38. Tucson
  39. Vicksburg
  40. Danville
Spy List
  • Wilkes Booth
  • Tara
  • Ginnie
  • Harrison
  • Greenhow
  • Antonia
  • Mudd
  • Dunwoody
  • Lee
  • Belle

Strategy

Csaicon256

A Domination Civ with a certain reliance on luck. There are many powerful Promotions available via the UA, so produce plenty of Melee Units to discover the best ones - be wary that 20% of them have negative effects (still, better than the 25% of Kris Swordsmen). Bide your time until Rifling and Dynamite, then go on a rampage with the Impi-like Sharpshooter. As with the Polish Winged Hussar, if an enemy Unit cannot retreat, if suffers extra damage - look out for this opportunity in the opening phase of your Wars. Settle Cities with adjacent Flatland/Cotton/Silk/Tobacco for the most mileage out of the Antebellum Manor. With a Resource, City and an active War, a Grassland Manor will yield 2 Food, 2 Production, 3 Gold and 3 Culture. The exclusive pool of compatible Resources makes it rare to get that, but City + War still gives you a strong 2 Production and 2 Culture per Manor.

Music

Peace Theme War Theme
Confederate States - Jefferson Davis Peace02:30

Confederate States - Jefferson Davis Peace

Confederate States - Jefferson Davis War03:07

Confederate States - Jefferson Davis War

"Dixie", by Randy Edelman, from the soundtrack of Gettysburg. "March to Mortality (Pickett's Charge)", by Randy Edelman, from the soundtrack of Gettysburg.

Mod Support

Mod Support
Yes
Yes
Community Balance Patch
Unknown
Yes
Ethnic Units
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Map Labels
Yes
No
Yes
Unique Cultural Influence
Yes
Wish for the World
No
YnAEMP
Yes

Events and Decisions

Establish The Golden Circle

A secret society, calling themselves the "Knights of The Golden Circle", has apparently gained significant power in our country, and they claim their ultimate motive is the transformation of several nearby city-states into slave-states, under the rulership of our proud nation. Shall we aid them?

Requirements/Restrictions:

  • Player must be The Confederate States
  • Player must be at war with a Citystate City-State
  • May not be enacted in the Ancient Era
  • May only be enacted once per game

Costs:

  • 500 Gold Gold
  • 100 CultureIcon Culture
  • 1 Magistrates Magistrate

Rewards:

  • Military Units are 50% more effective at intimidating City-States
  • Captured City-States experience no Resistance time

Raise the CSS Virginia

Steamships are the favored topic of discussion amongst our admirals and sailors these days, and they all agree that we need one for our fleet. A recently-sunken Frigate may be the prime option for conversion into an "Ironclad" warship.

Requirements/Restrictions:

  • Player must be The Confederate States
  • Player must have a Frigate stationed in a Coastal city
  • Player must have access to Coal Coal
  • Player must have researched Industrialization
  • May only be enacted once per game

Costs:

Rewards:

  • Receive a unique Ironclad that is 33% stronger when fighting other Naval units and gains CultureIcon Culture from kills
  • If the unit is killed in battle, receive a free Greatwork Great Work of Art

Full Credits List

Dropbox Download
Steam Workshop
Latest Version: v 1
Last Updated: 24 February 2015


  • RawSasquatch: Creator + XML
  • Janboruta: Jefferson Davis scene, DOM screen, Jefferson Davis icon
  • DJSHenninger: Sharpshooter icon
  • Bouncymischa: Antebellum Manor model + icons
  • ViceVirtuoso: Lua
  • DonStamos: Pedias + Dialogue + DOM Speech
  • TPangolin: Civ Icon + Alpha

Notes and References

  1. RawSasquatch/Kramer's New Civilizations

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