- May 14, 2017
Bohemia IS powerful, in relative strength it's at least as powerful as it was before 50 years of interregnum and civil war, who ch it really shouldn't be after that period. Bohemia was a powerful kingdom at one point but in 1444 it's a hollowed out shell.
That's totally ahistorical though yes Bohemia was the seat of emperors but that is before the interregnum, after it and after a long and bloody civil war the wealth and power that made emperors chose it as their seat of power (note none of the emperors who ruled from Bohemia were native Czechs or even German bohemians) lies in ashes.
I wouldn't mind seeing stuff for Bohemia but it got to start by recognizing where they are at, perhaps their lowest point in all of their history.
Bohemia during the reign of George of Poděbrady was doing very well https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jiří_z_Poděbrad. And he was elected by the nobility and was one of the best rulers of Bohemia and he wanted to unite Europe for the Turks first. Prague considered the cradle of alchemy. There is a cloud of things that could be done there for Czechs as events (Jan Amos Comenius).