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[BtS] Civ of the Week: Bohemia 2016-10-05

[BtS] Civ of the Week: Bohemia

  1. cybrxkhan
    As requested by dacubz. The Bohemia civ here sort of has some Czech elements in it, but I think it suffices more or less.


    The 3 Guarantees of Civ of the Week

    Civ of the Week guarantees three things that other custom civs usually don't have:

    - Unique Diplomacy Music for the leaders
    - Unique personalities for new leaders (i.e. leader personality isn't an exact copy of an old one!)
    - Unique civilization (civs are almost always somewhat obscure but interesting cultures that have never been presented as civs before!)

    What is Civ of the Week?

    Spoiler :
    Civ of the Week is a “project” aiming at bringing you a new, fresh, exotic, and most of all, random, civ every 1-2 weeks, from all corners of the globe, from the Vietnamese to the Mittanni to the Iraqis. Each civilization features full civilopedia text entires, 1-2 leaders with unique game and diplomatic attitudes (they're not simply a copy of another leader!), a UU, a UB, unique diplomacy music, and full graphics.

    The purpose of Civ of the Week, then, is three-fold:

    1. To bring you random civs that would probably not have been chosen as civilizations first of all, and to provide a new, more exotic, more interesting experience in choosing civilizations.

    2. To promote more knowledge of lesser-known peoples, cultures, and histories.

    3. Make more civs for the totally awesome Civ Gold mod.

    Otherwise, then, enjoy!

    Statistics and Information for BOHEMIA:

    Spoiler :

    [FONT=&quot]Leader(s):[/FONT][FONT=&quot] Jan Zizka (Protective, Charismatic)

    UU: Hussite (Crossbowman) +3 strength, +20 cost

    UB: Music School (Theatre) +25% GPP[/FONT]

    [FONT=&quot]Starting Techs:[/FONT][FONT=&quot] Mysticism, Mining[/FONT]

    [FONT=&quot]Credits:[/FONT][FONT=&quot] C. Roland (LH), Danrell (unit), [/FONT]diversica (building),

    [FONT=&quot]Description: [/FONT]Bohemia takes its name, which means “home of the Boii,” from a people of unknown origin who lived there in early times. By the 5th century the country was occupied by a Slavic people called Czechs. Its boundaries were expanded, and in the 14th century it was one of the most flourishing kingdoms in Europe. Jan Hus, a Bohemian religious reformer, made it a center of Protestantism in the 15th century. In 1526 Bohemia passed by marriage to a Roman Catholic ruler, Ferdinand I, of the Austrian House of Hapsburg. Discontent with Roman Catholic rule brought on an uprising in Bohemia that began the Thirty Years' War. After the Protestants were defeated at White Mountain in 1620, Bohemia became an Austrian crown land. It continued to be ruled from Vienna until World War I caused the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. In 1918 Bohemia became the nucleus of the republic of Czechoslovakia.



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