Victoria 3 - Law Categories: The Ultimate Guide - Magic Game World

Victoria 3 – Law Categories: The Ultimate Guide

Victoria 3 - Law Categories

We’ve got three main categories of laws, and each one has seven sub-categories. Within those, there are up to six specific law options to choose from.


Now, even though these laws usually do their own thing and don’t interfere with each other, there are some cases in the sub-categories where you can’t just flip from one extreme to the other. You’ve got to take it step by step, picking the intermediate laws before you can reach the other extreme.


Here’s a rundown of the categories:



Power Structure Laws

  • Army Model: This is all about organizing and regulating your military forces.


  • Bureaucracy: This one covers how your country is managed and run.


  • Church and State: Here we’re talking about the relationship between religious and governmental authorities.


  • Citizenship: This is about extending rights to citizens.


  • Governance Principles: These are the foundational rules and authority guiding how your country operates, including deciding the Head of State.


  • Distribution of Power: This one’s about figuring out how political power is spread out, and determining who the Head of State has to answer to.


  • Internal Security: This covers keeping your own house in order.



Economy Laws

  • Colonization: This is your stance on setting up colonies and taking over less centralized nations.


  • Economic System: The basic principles that underpin your economy.


  • Education System: How you handle education after the basic stuff.


  • Health System: This one’s about how much the government gets involved in healthcare.


  • Policing: Setting priorities for your national police force.


  • Taxation: How the state brings in money through taxes.


  • Trade Policy: The laws that govern trading goods across borders.



Human Rights Laws

  • Children’s Rights: Protecting the kiddos and their rights.


  • Free Speech: The rules around speaking freely and public gatherings.


  • Labor Rights: Protecting workers’ rights.


  • Migration: Managing how people move in and out.


  • Rights of Women: Ensuring fair treatment and rights for women.


  • Slavery: The issue of people being treated as property.


  • Welfare: Supporting those in need with government assistance.


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