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It would be cool to see Great Moravia in EU IV but it does not make any sense for it to be a Bohemian formable nation. Czechs were subjects of Moravians and not a ruling elite that would have any ambition to restore the country following its disintegration. Great Moravia as a formable nation only makes sense for Moravia and Nitra.
 
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According to wiki the "Great" in "Great Moravia" was only called that by 1 source everyone called it "the Realm of the Moravians" or "Moravia" for short and Moravia is allready in the game (Releasable) besides at the time looftier ambitions were afoot. "Great Moravia" only makes sense as part of a mission tree for Moravia and Nitra
 
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According to wiki the "Great" in "Great Moravia" was only called that by 1 source everyone called it "the Realm of the Moravians" or "Moravia" for short and Moravia is allready in the game (Releasable) besides at the time looftier ambitions were afoot. "Great Moravia" only makes sense as part of a mission tree for Moravia and Nitra
Great Moravia is used to refer to the country in the same way as Byzantium is used for the Eastern Roman Empire or Gran Colombia for the Republic of Colombia in 1819-31.
 
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It would be cool to see Great Moravia in EU IV but it does not make any sense for it to be a Bohemian formable nation. Czechs were subjects of Moravians and not a ruling elite that would have any ambition to restore the country following its disintegration. Great Moravia as a formable nation only makes sense for Moravia and Nitra.

Well i was thinking like since both Nitra and Moravia doesn't exist as a starting countries but instead need to be released, Bohemia could take the mantle and restore Great Moravia. It would't add any new things except new ideas, while the Great Moravia would inherit the capital of the nation you are playing. In basic Czhec and Slovak cultures would be able to restore it.
 
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