EU4 horde_unity Console Command

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horde_unity Command
PlayerDLC: The Cossacks

This command can be used to set the unity of a country's horde to a specified value.

horde_unity [Amount] [Country Tag]



The amount you wish to set the specified country's horde unity to.


The tag of the country you wish to change the horde unity of.

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Quick Overview

The horde_unity command in Europa Universalis IV is used to set the unity level of a horde.

This essentially adjusts the cohesion or agreement within a horde, which can have various effects on the horde's overall effectiveness and stability.

This command requires you to specify a value to represent the level of unity you want to set.

In-Depth Description

The horde_unity is a console command in Europa Universalis IV that sets the unity value for a Horde government type.

To use this command, you will input horde_unity [amount] into the console. The [amount] would then be replaced with the number equating how much unity you want to give your Horde government.

For instance, if you want to give maximum unity to your governed horde, you would input horde_unity 100.

Horde unity is like stability and legitimacy for tribal government types, and it ranges from 0 to 100.

High Horde unity provides bonuses to manpower, taxation, and decreases the unrest within your country, which can help prevent revolts and rebellions.

This command is especially useful when you are playing as a tribe or a horde and you are facing internal conflict or a lack of resources. Increasing the unity of your horde will bolster the internal stability of your nation, cut down on potential rebellions due to unrest, and provide additional manpower and revenue from taxes, which can be crucial during a time of war or expansion.

How to Open the Command Console

In EU4, cheats are executed from the command console, a text box that you type commands into.

To open the command console press the ~(tilde) key, which is typically located under ESC (escape).

If your keyboard does not have that key, or pressing ~ does not work, try the following keys:

  • ~
  • SHIFT + 2
  • SHIFT + 3
  • ALT + 2 + 1

Type your command into the console, and then press ENTER .