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The Persecuted Flame

Despite the influx of a Zoroastrianism-practising population and the construction of fire temples, the city of {0} remains a difficult place for Zoroastrians. Now they are experiencing persecution with shrines desecrated and unfair sanctions imposed by the local rulers. How should you respond?

Choices :
Convert

The persecution can only stop when |MyZoroastrismReligion| becomes Zoroastrian. Our priests will be sent there to oversee the transition.

  • Modifies the Social axis towards Tradition
  • Fanatical on ZoroastrianCity for -1
  • -150
Segregate

Persecution comes from proximity. Non-Zoroastrians will need to live in their own neighborhoods, which will require guarding.

  • Modifies the Geopolitical axis towards Homeland
  • Locked Down on ZoroastrianCity for -1
Crush

Persecutions? We're the ones who persecute!

  • Modifies the Order axis towards Authority
  • Fanatical on ZoroastrianCity for -1
  • -2 on ZoroastrianCity
Banish

Non-Zoroastrians must leave this city. Unbelievers can't live with true followers.

  • Modifies the Order axis towards Authority
  • Fanatical on ZoroastrianCity for -1
  • -2 on ZoroastrianCity
Bribe

Let's bribe the non-Zoroastrian religious leaders to convince their followers to end the persecutions.

  • Modifies the Economic axis towards Collectivism
  • Tolerant on ZoroastrianCity for -1
  • -150
Arrest

Persecutions are crimes and need to be dealt with accordingly.

  • Modifies the Order axis towards Authority
  • Locked Down on ZoroastrianCity for -1
Tax

Forcing everybody to focus on their economic situation will lower tensions.

  • Modifies the Economic axis towards Individualism
  • +100
Convert

No more persecution. If non-Zoroastrians want to stay, they'll convert.

  • Modifies the Social axis towards Tradition
  • Forces choice "Religious Hostility " for Civics "Religious Tolerance"
Protect

All citizens deserve protection -- no matter their religion.

  • Modifies the Social axis towards Tradition
  • Forces choice "Open-Minded" for Civics "Religious Tolerance"