This console command sends the specified insult from one country to another.
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insult SCO ENG insult_pvp2
This console command would send the "Git gud." insult (insult ID insult_pvp2) from Scotland (country tag SCO) to England (country tag ENG).
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|Your mother was a hamster and your father smells of elderberries!
|Judgment day is upon us! The minions of Lucifer walk upon the earth- Oh. No, it is merely the [Root.GetAdjective].
|Furthermore, I believe that [Root.Capital.GetCapitalName] must be destroyed!
|When the account of our time is written by future generations, they will look at you with that mix of pity and disgust called compassion.
|My last visit to the commode was vastly more enjoyable than dinner with the [Root.GetAdjective] ambassador.
|Oh look. There's some lovely filth over here.
|Your blood will make the soil I take from you all the richer.
|The [Root.GetAdjective] know nothing about running a state!
|There is a problem most rife with [Root.GetName], and I suspect the cause are the [Root.Culture.GetName].
|In this great game we play, you are a mere pawn.
|In [From.GetName], '[Root.GetName]' is a word synonymous with manure.
|Tales of your misdeeds are told from Ireland to Cathay.
|[Root.GetAdjective] culture is something of an oxymoron, don't you think?
|May your sky be filled with comets.
|No map can be a work of art as long as your nation is on it.
|What are you going to do, bleed on me?
|One day, even [Root.GetAdjective] merchants will understand bookkeeping.
|Perhaps my armies should find out if all roads truly lead to Rome.
|I've heard your heir enjoys hunting. Do be careful, it would be such a shame if an unforeseen accident would happen.
|Your entire line suffers from delusions of adequacy.
|They say diamonds last forever, and you do seem to have a lot of them. Give us a few and we will find out if they can outlast your dynasty.
|So this is where pepper grows? It seems we have arrived just in time for a rich harvest...
|Soon all your treasures will be ours, including that preposterous Turquoise chair you so treasure.
|While we were building a civilization you have kept in hiding among the vagrants of the Deccan. Bow now or meet your end at the hands of the heirs of Timur and Genghis.
|You could have been a fine nation, if you had not been so preoccupied with killing each other over who was more related to the greatest murderer of our time.
|Do you have a flag?
|It is a dangerous wonder how a heathen such as yourself acquire such a rich and prosperous land. Luckily that will soon be rectified.
|The [From.GetAdjective] throne shall not be sullied by your cursed and deformed line.
|You are the scourge of this earth and shall be hanged from your walls for what you've done!
|You fight like a cow!
|You fight like a dairy farmer!
|[Root.Monarch.GetName]'s head is as empty as a eunuch's underpants.
|O Sultan, Turkish devil and damned devil's kith and kin, secretary to Lucifer himself.
|When our sons look back on today, it will be known that while you may have shaved off our beard, we will remove your arm.
|There is something rotten in the state of Denmark.
|If [Root.Monarch.GetName] fell into the Thames, that would be a misfortune. But if someone dragged [Root.Monarch.GetHerHim] out again, that would be a calamity.
|[Root.Monarch.GetName] is a proud, popish, presumptuous, profane, pestilent, pernicious prelate and usurper.
|Your [Root.Monarch.GetTitle] is an unlawful, unnatural, false, bastardly governor of the Church, the Ordinance of the Devil, petty Pope, anti-Christ, incarnate devil, cozening knave, and prolific liar.
|It would be a shame if something were to happen to your Meissner porcelain...
|Your walls will crumble before our cannon like sand before the sea.
|Your corpse will pave the path of progress, [Root.Monarch.GetName]!
|Is that sorry thing on your head what passes for a crown in [Root.GetName]?
|I had another insult prepared for you, but I doubt you would be able to read it.
|It is time for the sun to set on the British empire.
|May you be sewn up alive in the belly of a dead camel.
|I suggest you change your uniform trousers to brown.
|Does [Root.Consort.GetName] know how many hand-maidens you keep in your chambers?
|You are neither holy, nor Roman, nor an Empire.
|Your eagle has two heads but not even one crown.
|It is time you left.
|Not even seppuku could restore your honor.
|The dreadful state of your economy is a warning to all would-be rulers.
|I hear your people are revolting. You have that in common.
|Can your soldiers hit a barn yet, or do they still think muskets are clubs?
|You upstart tax collectors should know your place; being trampled under our horses!
|We will impale [Root.Monarch.GetName] on a spike, as we have done with your pathetic armies.
|You have haunted the waters of the Mediterranean for too long, cursed pirate!
|You truly are the Sultan of Rum, you drunken swine!
|We shall take your lives, and your freedom!
|May you succumb to Samsara and live a thousand lives without joy or enlightenment.
|Your kingdom is truly worth only a horse.
|Our arrows will blot out the sun!
|I hear that [Root.Monarch.GetName] is a devout follower of the [Root.religion.GetName], which will decide [From.Monarch.GetHerHis] fate in the next life. But it is the Emperor who will decide your fate in this life.
|Show your obedience to the Emperor and enjoy a happy life, or else you shall meet the Celestial Army!
|Your misdeeds so far are nothing but a petty sore. Correct them before they become infected beyond the point of help.
|Listen, strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government. Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony.
|What did you just say to me, you scallywag? I have sailed the seven seas and have over a hundred confirmed boardings.
|I will rain grapeshot all over you and you will choke on it. You're sunk, you blackguard.
|If you keep on drinking rum, the world will soon be quit of a very dirty scoundrel!
|I once owned a dog that was smarter than you
|I give you a choice. You can be gutted, or decapitated!
|It is true, I admit, that [Root.GetName] is of greater extent than [From.GetName]. But you must agree that [From.Monarch.GetName] rules over men, while [Root.GetName] rules only over forests and mosquitoes.
|They say that German humor is no laughing matter.