Bohemian Empire
České říše
Location Central Europe
Official languages Bohemian
Religion Christianity (Aquinism)
Demonym Bohemian
Government Petrine-modelled constitutional monarchy
 -  Emperor Wenceslaus II Hostiv
 -  Prime Minister Branislav Horak
Legislature Parliament
Short history
 -  Fall of Velkij Donaljea; Declaration of Bohemia Between 625 to 750 CE 
 -  Adoption of constitutional monarchy 3rd of December 1015 
 -  Declaration of Empire Between 1000 to 1020 CE 
Currency Bohemian koruna

The Bohemian Empire is a player nation in Creation of Centuries, played by Damian0358.


Starting out as the Mrvian tribal kingdom of Drslava, after taking some of the Danube, the kingdom of Velkij Donaljea (Mrvian for "Great Danubia") was founded. After the Hunnic Khanate conquer territory and then collapsing, a Bulgar Khanate is formed. Around the same time, Aquinist Christianity is adopted. Also around the same time, a political crisis over the independent state of Macedonia was brewing, as Velkij Donaljea wanted it to be free while the Delian League had a pro-Greek unification want. This would end up in war. The war was a diplomatic catastrophe, as many of Velkij Donaljea's partners in war were actually partners of Delia, spying on their war plans. This would lead to the annexation of most of Velkij Donaljea, leaving it a rump, and the declaration of the Bulgarian Empire.

Because of the dire situation he allowed the country to have, the then ruling monarch handed over the crown to the 23 year old Vojen before leaving forever and dying somewhere in Holstein. He declares a kingdom called Bohemia, becoming King Vojen I Hostiv, and he moves the capital to Prague. Later, due to the Bulgarian Empire annexing Macedonia, the Delians invade the Bulgarians. Jumping at the chance, the Bohemians invade aswell, taking back most of their lost land.

Expanding into Poland aswell as improved relations with the Delians allowed the Bohemians to expand pretty darn quickly. Soon, an Empire would be declared and many call the nation "Blobhemia".