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Bohemia is a country in Europa Universalis II. It is an Elector of the Holy Roman Empire. In normal games its provinces are coloured brown, in fantasia games, they are coloured light orange. Bohemia uses the default AI File.

Creating Bohemia Edit

"Map showing provinces that can form Bohemia"

Provinces that can form Bohemia

Should it cease to exist, Bohemia can be recreated by revolt or releasing a vassal at any point in the game. It will have its normal latin techgroup. Its culture and religion are not stated in revolt.txt, but will be German and usually Catholic.

The following provinces may form Bohemia:

  • Bohemia (the default capital)
  • Moravia

The following provinces may be part of a newly formed Bohemia, but cannot form it on their own:

  • Erz
  • Sudeten

Starting Position Edit

"Map showing Bohemia's starting position"

Bohemia's starting position

Bohemia only exists at the start of the 1419 and 1492 scenarios.

1419 Edit

In this scenario, Bohemia has Czech, Slovak, and German cultures, Catholic religion, and 99 ducats in the treasury.


It owns and controls five core provinces, and nothing else. These provinces are Bohemia, Erz, Moravia, Silesia, and Sudeten.

Bohemia also has the following stability and technology:

Tech Level
Stability 2
Infrastructure 1
Trade tech 1
Land tech 1
Naval tech 0

1492 Edit

In this scenario, Bohemia has Czech, Slovak, and German cultures, Catholic religion, and 99 ducats in the treasury.


It owns and controls five core provinces, and nothing else. These provinces are Bohemia, Erz, Moravia, Silesia, and Sudeten.

Bohemia also has the following stability and technology:

Tech Level
Stability 2
Infrastructure 2
Trade tech 2
Land tech 5
Naval tech 3


Monarchs Edit

There are a couple of events that can change Bohemia's monarchs.

Early Kings Edit

There are a couple of events that can change between Hussite Regency and Zigmunt.

Name Reigns From Diplomacy Military Administration Notes
Václav IV 1378 4 2 4
Hussite Regency 16 Aug 1419 1 7 9
Zigmunt 16 Aug 1419 4 3 8 Dormant
Albrecht 9 Dec 1437 3 3 3
Vladislav I Pohrobek 27 Oct 1439 6 6 5
Jiriz Podebrad 23 Nov 1457 6 8 3
Vladislav II 22 Mar 1471 7 5 5
Ludvik II 1516 6 6 5

The House of Habsburg Edit

These monarchs are enabled by default, but the monarchs from Ferdinand II onwards may be disabled by the event The Winterking in Prague. The change is the AI's usual choice in that event.

Name Reigns From Diplomacy Military Administration
Ferdinand I 30 Aug 1526 6 7 7
Maximilian II 16 Sep 1562 7 5 5
Rudolf II 1576 6 7 5
Mathias 21 Jan 1612 5 5 3
Ferdinand II 21 Mar 1619 4 5 5
Ferdinand III 16 Feb 1637 4 7 8
Luitpold I 3 Apr 1656 7 7 8
Josef I 6 May 1705 4 6 6
Karl VI 18 Apr 1711 6 7 6
Maria-Theresa 21 Oct 1740 8 8 7
Josef II 30 Nov 1780 9 8 7
Luitpold Ii 21 Feb 1790 5 6 5
Franz II 2 Mar 1792 7 5 5

The Pfalz Dynasty Edit

This is an alternative series of monarchs that can be enabled by the event The Winterking in Prague replacing the Habsburgs. The change is the AI's usual choice with that event.

Name Reigns From Diplomacy Military Administration
Friedrich II der Winterkönig 21 Mar 1619 4 5 6
Interregnum 1632 4 5 4
Karl II Ludwig 1648 7 5 5
Karl III 1680 3 3 3
Philipp I Wilhelm 1685 6 3 7
Johann II Wilhelm 1690 3 4 4
Karl IV Philipp 1716 6 7 7
Karl V Theodor 1742 3 6 7
Maximilian II Josef 1799 5 5 6

Leaders Edit

Bohemia does not have any admirals, explorers, or conquistadors.

Generals Edit

Name Rank Starts Dies Movement Fire Shock Siege
Jan Zizka 1 1410 11 Oct 1424 5 6 3 2
Prokop Holý 1 1420 1434 5 5 2 1
Christian of Anhalt 2 1610 1645 3 2 2 0
Thurn 1 1615 1643 3 3 2 0
Friedrich V 0 1630 1650 3 2 2 0
Wallenstein 0 1615 1634 4 4 4 1

Events Edit

The Hussites Edit

These events deal with the Hussites - followers of Jan Hus, the forerunner of Martin Luther. The Hussites were an early form of Protestantism, formed in Bohemia a century before the Reformation.

The Death of King Vaclav IV

This event happens on 16th August 1419. There are two options. Option A is The traitor will not rule Bohemia!, option B is Zigmunt is the legal heir.

Option A reduces both stability and Innovative by 2, changes Bohemia's state religion to Protestant, breaks their royal marriage with Hungary, reduces relations with Hungary and Brandenburg by 200, increases relations with Poland, Lithuania, and Austria by 50, and triggers the event of the same name for Hungary.

Option B prevents the monarch "Hussite Regency" from taking the throne, and instead puts Zigmunt there. It also removes the leaders Jan Zizka and Prokop Holý, reduces stability by 6, reduces innovation by 2, and increases relations with Hungary by 200.

It should be noted that the change of state religion happens before the Reformation event enables the religion.

Zigmunt makes concessions

This event happens on 23rd August 1637, if the monarch is Hussite Regency (i.e. if Bohemia selected option A in the previous event). There are two options. Option A is Yes, his concessions are acceptable, option B is No compromise with the betrayer of Jan Hus!

Option A removes the Hussite Regency from the throne, puts Zigmunt back on it, and changes the state religion back to Catholic.

The other effects of the two options are:

Effect Acceptable No Compromise
stability +1 -2
relations (Hungary +50 -50
relations (Poland, Lithuania) -50 +50

Jiriz the Heretic King

This happens on 2nd March 1458. There are three options. Option A is Acknowledge, but downplay their help. Option B is Embrace the Hussites. Option C is Supress the Hussites to play on European Opinion.

The effects are as follows:

Effect Acknowledge Embrace Suppress
Stability +1 +3 -5
Innovative +1 +2 -2
Quality - +1 -
Serfdom - -1 -
Centralization - - +1
Relations (Austria, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland) -25 -150 +100
Relations (Aragon, Brandenburg, Castile, England, France, Papal States, Saxony) - -100 +100
Relations (Portugal) - -100 -

The Habsburg Dynasty Edit

These events deal with historical events that made the Habsburg dynasty rulers of Bohemia, and removed them from the throne. Austria also has a series of events relating to Bohemia.

The Death of King Lajos of Bohemia

This event happens on 28th August 1526.There are two options. Option A is Accept the Habsburgs as Hereditary Kings, option B is Accept the Habsburgs as Elected Kings. Both options trigger an appropriate Austrian event. titled The Habsburg Inheritance of Bohemia.

Option A (Hereditary) makes Bohemia a vassal and an ally of Austria.

Option B (Elected) adds 1 stability, 200 ducats, a royal marriage and alliance with Austria, and +200 relations with Austria.

The Winterking in Prague

This event happens if Austria and The Palatinat both exist on 20th March 1619, and the Austrian Austrian event The Defenstration of Prague has happened. The Austria event happens in 1618 if Austria's innovative slider is below 8, and if either Austria owns the province of Bohemia, or Bohemia is a vassal of Austria.

There are two options. Option A is Elect Friedrich V of Pfalz. Option B is Stay Loyal to the Habsburgs. Option A triggers events for both Austria and the Palatinat. A couple of effects from the Palatinat's event are included in the following table of effects:

Effect Pfalz Habsburg
Monarchs Remove the Habsburg kings, use the kings of Pfalz Continue with the Habsburg kings
Relations (Austria -200, break vassalisation +150
Relations (The Palatinat) +150, Royal Marriage, become their vassal, military alliance
Stability +2 -3
Revolt Risk - +12 for 60 months
State religion Protestant -
Aristocracy, Serfdom -3

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