United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - Bfish

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United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - Bfish

Postby Blackfish » 02 Feb 2014, 05:35

Disclaimer: May not be completely up to date in areas of industry investment.
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OOC:New flag, because alternate history is alternate history.
Provinces
Portugal
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Brazil
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Key:
  • Province Name (Black Outline)
  • City Name (No Black Outline. Next to city marker)
  • Colonies
  • Other Countries & Colonies
  • Client States (Black outline)

Southern Portugal:
Lisbon
Setubal
Faro
Income: 90 gold, 3 metal, 2 lumber, 2 horses
170 gold invested in industry

Northern Portugal:
Porto
Braga
Coimbra
Income: 70 gold, 2 metal, 1 lumber, 2 horses
170 gold invested in industry

Minas Gerais and Sao Paulo:
Rio de Janeiro
Sao Paulo
Belo Horizante
Income: 80 gold, 3 metal, 3 lumber
690 gold in industry

Amazonas:
Manaus
Income: 20 gold, 6 lumber
Due to the density of this terrain, it will take 3 months to cross (reduced by 1 if connected by railway to the provinces on either side)
990 gold in industry

Para and Amapa:
Belem
Income: 30 gold, 1 metal, 2 lumber
This province will take 2 months to travel through.
200 gold in industry

Mato Grosso and Goiana:
Cuiaba
Campo Grande
Goiania
Income: 50 gold, 1 metal, 1 lumber, 1 horse, 1 coal
This province will take 2 months to travel through.
1910 gold in industry

Rio Grande:
Porto Allegra
Income: 40 gold, 2 metal
100 gold in industry

Parana:
Curitiba
Income: 40 gold, 1 metal, 1 lumber, 1 horse
60 gold in industry

Bahia and the North East:
Salvador
Recife
Income: 50 gold, 2 metal, 1 lumber
400 gold in industry

North Region:
Fortaleza
Income: 30 gold, 1 metal, 1 lumber
500 gold in industry

Acre:
Rio Branco
10 gold, 1 metal, 3 lumber
270 gold in industry

Total income: 900 gold, 41 metal, 12 horses, 22 lumber, 2 coal. 5460 gold in Industry.
Includes Trade
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Colonies

Coast of Mozambique 2 metal, 1 horse
Cost - 30 gold

Inner Mozambique
1 metal
Cost - 10 gold

Coast of Angola
1 metal, 1 lumber
Cost - 20 gold

Inner Angola
2 metal
Cost - 20 gold

Patagonia
1 metal, 1 lumber
Cost - 20 gold

West Guiana
2 lumber
Cost - 20 gold

Central Guiana
1 lumber
Cost - 10

East Guiana
(1 Possible Lumber)
Cost - 0 (10 if developed to produce lumber)

Zambia - Malawi
2 metal, 2 lumber, 1 horse
Cost - 50 gold

Namibia
2 Metal, 2 Lumber, 1 Horse
Cost - 50 Gold

Total cost and income: - 260 gold, 11 metal, 9 lumber, 3 horse
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Trade
Paraguay +20 gold, + 2 metal
America - +50 gold, - 5 lumber
Italy - -20 gold, +2 horses
Russia -20 gold, +1 coal
Chile: +20 gold
Argentina: +40 gold, +2 metal, +1 horse

Industry Level: 4
5460 / 5500 to level 5
+270 gold
(Including Industrial Tech Bonus = 100)
-12 lumber
-2 metal

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Armed forces:

Army:
Infantry: 1 guard, 12 regular infantry (1 Uruguayan), 2 Grenadier
Cavalry: 4 light cavalry (1 paid for by Argentina)
Artillery: 4 light artillery, 1 heavy artillery, 2 Maxim Gun
Upkeep: 360 gold, 26 metal, 9 horses, 6 lumber

Navy:
2 wooden ships: 50 gold, 3 lumber, 2 metal each
2 ironclad: 70 gold, 5 metal, 1 coal each
Upkeep: 240 gold, 14 metal, 2 coal, 6 lumber

Total armed forces upkeep: 600 gold, 40 metal, 12 lumber, 9 horses, 2 coal

Panama Canal:
+ 30 gold

Remaining budget: 40 gold, 1 metal, 10 lumber, 3 horses, 0 coal.
(Factoring in every single cost, including colony cost and army upkeep, as well as every source of income including trade and Panama Canal etc. PM me if you want the Spreadsheet)

In Storage:
10 Metal. Total amount in Gold Standard Units (GSU): 100.
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The United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves has a King once more. Long live King Blackfish!
The King of the UKPBA believes that that natural order and balance of the world must be maintained as much as possible, and for this reason, may attempt to influence certain events around the world for the good of civilization.
The King remains open to diplomacy from all sides, though he has founded and is a current member of the South American Security Alliance.
The focus of the UKPBA is to develop the economy of the Kingdom and improve the standards of living of its citizens.
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Re: United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - B

Postby Blackfish » 02 Feb 2014, 05:43

Structure of the Armed Forces of the UKPBA:
Current Deployments are at the end of this post
Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves: King Blackfish of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves of either side of the sea in Africa, Lord of Guinea and of Conquest, Navigation, and Commerce.
Capital of the Empire: Rio de Janeiro

Portuguese Armed Forces:
Commander of His Majesty's Portuguese Armed Forces: Marechal-de-Portugal Anderson Araújo
Capital of Portugal: Lisbon

Structure of Portuguese Land Forces:
Commander of Portuguese Land Forces: Marechal Fernando Cabreira
Headquarters of the Portuguese Land Forces: Lisbon

Infantry Corps of the Kingdom of Portugal:
His Majesty's 1st Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Daniel Vargas
His Majesty's 2nd Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Pedro Soares
His Majesty's 3rd Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Eduardo Pedreira
His Majesty's 12th Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Guillerme Pessoa
His Majesty's 2nd Machine Gun Battalion: Tenente-coronel Nilton Cristion

Artillery Corps of the Kingdom of Portugal:
His Majesty's 1st Royal Light Artillery Battalion: Tenente-coronel Geraldo Guarda
His Majesty's 1st Royal Heavy Artillery Battalion: Tenente-corone Bruno Patrício

Cavalry Corps of the Kingdom of Portugal:
His Majesty's 3rd Royal Hussar Regiment: Coronel Felipe Rolfe
His Majesty's 4th Hussar Regiment: Coronel Rodolfo Cano

Structure of Portuguese Naval Forces
The King's Navy of Portugal: Almirante Jose Pinheiro
Admiralty of the Navy: Setubal

1st Royal Fleet:
Fortuna: Almirante-de-esquadra Felipe Oliveira
Aurora Royal: Vice-almirante João Cabral
Nossa Senhora da Assunção: Contra-almirante Miguel Rocha
Nosso Senhor da Montanha: Capitão-de-mar-e-guerra Hermann Wisstler
Venus: Capitão-de-fragata Andrei Lopes
Sao Fernando: Capitão-de-fragata Gabriel Soares
Sao João Bautista: Capitão-de-fragata Rodrigo Sanchez
Pennsylvania: Capitão-de-fragata Miguel Erano

1st Royal Armoured Fleet:
Joia de Iberia: Almirante-de-esquadra Pedro Gonçalves
Estrella do Mar: Vice-almirante Alfonso Siguero
Orgulho de Setubal: Contra-almirante Bruno Nascimento
Pandora: Capitão-de-mar-e-guerra Enzo Bertrand
Tritão: Capitão-de-mar-e-guerra Caio Ribelo
Ulisses: Capitão-de-mar-e-guerra Lucas Barros
Diligente: Capitão-de-mar-e-guerra Felix Rojas
Príncipe Regente: Capitão-de-mar-e-guerra Hugo Melo

Brazilian Armed Forces:
Commander of His Majesty's Brazilian Armed Forces: Marechal-de-Brasil Gabriel Santo

Structure of Portuguese Land Forces:
Commander of Brazilian Land Forces: Marechal Fernando Cabreira
Headquarters of the Brazilian Land Forces: Goiania

Infantry Corps of the Kingdom of Brazil:
His Majesty's Imperial Guards, the 4th Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Daniel Ramires
His Majesty's 5th Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Miguel Bartos
His Majesty's 6th Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Clelio Silva
His Majesty's 7th Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Carlos Coelho
His Majesty's 8th Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Leonardo Araújo
His Majesty's 9th Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Leandro Teixeira
His Majesty's 10th Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Francisco Cruz
His Majesty's 11th Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Anderson Almeida
13th Infantry Division of Uruguay: General-de-divisão Edgardo Cambón
His Majesty's Most Honourable 1st Grenadier Division: General-de-divisão Gustavo "O Lobo" Leno
His Majesty's 2nd Grenadier Division: General-de-divisão Rúben Meireles
His Majesty's 1st Machine Gun Division: Tenente-coronel Givanildo Luiz

Artillery Corps of the Kingdom of Brazil:
His Majesty's 2nd Royal Light Artillery Battalion: Tenente-coronel William Sousa
His Majesty's Most Honourable 3rd Royal Light Artillery Battalion: Tenente-coronel Christiano Nunes
His Majesty's

Cavalry Corps of the Kingdom of Brazil:
His Majesty's 1st Hussar Regiment: Coronel Marcos Rocha
His Majesty's 2nd Hussar Regiment: Coronel Luiz Gustavo

Structure of Brazilian Naval Forces
The King's Navy of Brazil: Almirante Guilherme Machado
Admiralty of the Brazilian Navy: Salvador

2nd Royal Fleet:
Santa Barbara: Almirante-de-esquadra João Pedro
Medusa: Vice-almirante Roberto Villanova
São Paulo: Contra-almirante Sandro Mina
Nossa Senhora do Vale: Capitão-de-mar-e-guerra Jorge Correiro
Joia de Fortaleza: Capitão-de-mar-e-guerra Matteus Orelha
Jupiter: Capitão-de-fragata Andrei Campos
New York: Capitão-de-fragata Duciomar Mendes
Nosso Senhor de Abundância: Capitão-de-fragata Sebastião Queiroz

2nd Royal Armoured Fleet:
Intransitável: Almirante-de-esquadra Miguel Erano
Touro do Mar: Vice-almirante Jorge Nazário
Redenção: Contra-almirante Rodrigo Mendes
Anaconda: Capitão-de-mar-e-guerra Manuel Nunes
Luz do Rei: Capitão-de-mar-e-guerra Belino Gonçalves
Audácia: Capitão-de-fragata Bruno Bradeu
Chacal: Capitão-de-fragata Mario Concha
Nosso Senhor de Vitória: Capitão-de-fragata Romario Erano


Current Deployments of the armed forces:

His Majesty's 12th Infantry Division: General-de-divisão Guillerme Pessoa - Mozambique
To police and patrol the African colonies of the UKPBA
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Re: United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - B

Postby Blackfish » 02 Feb 2014, 05:44

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Re: United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - B

Postby GrexofFaria » 02 Feb 2014, 06:05

Oh god, Subs let someone besides Airsoft to play this D: haha Greatings there new King of Portugal, from the United Kingdom of the Netherlands we great you and hope that we can have positive relations in the future.
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Re: United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - B

Postby Geonosis70 » 02 Feb 2014, 07:27

Colonies

Coast of Mozambique 2 metal, 1 horse
Cost - 30 gold

Inner Mozambique
1 metal
Cost - 10 gold

Coast of Angola
1 metal, 1 lumber
Cost - 20 gold

Inner Angola
2 metal
Cost - 20 gold

Patagonia
1 metal, 1 lumber
Cost - 20 gold

British Guinea
2 lumber
Cost - 20 gold
Zambia - Malawi
2 metal, 2 lumber, 1 horse

Dutch Guinea
Nuthin'

Total: - 120 gold, 4 metal, 4 lumber, 1 horse (See, that doesn't exactly seem like a fantastic deal to me, but we'll see...)

Wait, was this miscounted?

I think your total should be:
9 metal
6 lumber
2 horses

And your cost should be:
170 gold

Also, could you add a final budget to the bottom of your country page?
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Re: United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - B

Postby Blackfish » 02 Feb 2014, 07:36

giumarello70 wrote:
Colonies

Coast of Mozambique 2 metal, 1 horse
Cost - 30 gold

Inner Mozambique
1 metal
Cost - 10 gold

Coast of Angola
1 metal, 1 lumber
Cost - 20 gold

Inner Angola
2 metal
Cost - 20 gold

Patagonia
1 metal, 1 lumber
Cost - 20 gold

British Guinea
2 lumber
Cost - 20 gold
Zambia - Malawi
2 metal, 2 lumber, 1 horse

Dutch Guinea
Nuthin'

Total: - 120 gold, 4 metal, 4 lumber, 1 horse (See, that doesn't exactly seem like a fantastic deal to me, but we'll see...)

Wait, was this miscounted?

I think your total should be:
9 metal
6 lumber
2 horses

And your cost should be:
170 gold

Also, could you add a final budget to the bottom of your country page?

I literally copy/pasted from the message Subotai sent me... I'll add a total in a minute. I'm a bit busy compiling a spreadsheet.
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Re: United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - B

Postby Subotai45 » 02 Feb 2014, 07:37

It's correct. Zambia-Malawi has a month left before it begins to produce resources, but the cost is 220 gold.

I'm nearly certain this is the budget:
Remaining budget: 130 gold, 0 metal, 0 lumber, 0 horses, 0 coal.

I'll go through the page tomorrow to double-check everything though.

And apologies, the message I sent missed the third page of the word document, so you didn't get to see the budget.
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Re: United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - B

Postby Geonosis70 » 02 Feb 2014, 07:39

Haha! I knew something was off!
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Re: United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - B

Postby Blackfish » 02 Feb 2014, 07:42

Subotai45 wrote:It's correct. Zambia-Malawi has a month left before it begins to produce resources, but the cost is 220 gold.

I'm nearly certain this is the budget:
Remaining budget: 130 gold, 0 metal, 0 lumber, 0 horses, 0 coal.

I'll go through the page tomorrow to double-check everything though.

And apologies, the message I sent missed the third page of the word document, so you didn't get to see the budget.

Sooooo, I should edit something?
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Re: United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves - B

Postby Subotai45 » 02 Feb 2014, 08:02

Just put what I gave you as the budget on the end, and if I find any discrepancies tomorrow, I'll be sure to tell you.

It's one in the morning in my time zone, far too late for math.
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