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War is an enemy that can not be defeated in battle. Germany 1618: The Holy Roman Empire is divided. Protestants and Catholics are united only by their hate for each other. Fathers despise their sons, brothers have stopped talking, lovers are estranged. The Protestant Union lead by the Palatinate, and the Catholic League lead by Bavaria, are armed to the teeth and both War is an enemy that can not be defeated in battle. Germany 1618: The Holy Roman Empire is divided. Protestants and Catholics are united only by their hate for each other. Fathers despise their sons, brothers have stopped talking, lovers are estranged. The Protestant Union lead by the Palatinate, and the Catholic League lead by Bavaria, are armed to the teeth and both are prepared to defend their faith with whatever it takes. On both sides, the fanatics and radicals are gaining influence, demanding the destruction of the other. It is in this turbulent times Ferdinand of Habsburg is crowned King of Bohemia – but while he is catholic, Bohemia is protestant. Ferdinand wants to convert his new subjects to his religion. Even if that means war.


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War is an enemy that can not be defeated in battle. Germany 1618: The Holy Roman Empire is divided. Protestants and Catholics are united only by their hate for each other. Fathers despise their sons, brothers have stopped talking, lovers are estranged. The Protestant Union lead by the Palatinate, and the Catholic League lead by Bavaria, are armed to the teeth and both War is an enemy that can not be defeated in battle. Germany 1618: The Holy Roman Empire is divided. Protestants and Catholics are united only by their hate for each other. Fathers despise their sons, brothers have stopped talking, lovers are estranged. The Protestant Union lead by the Palatinate, and the Catholic League lead by Bavaria, are armed to the teeth and both are prepared to defend their faith with whatever it takes. On both sides, the fanatics and radicals are gaining influence, demanding the destruction of the other. It is in this turbulent times Ferdinand of Habsburg is crowned King of Bohemia – but while he is catholic, Bohemia is protestant. Ferdinand wants to convert his new subjects to his religion. Even if that means war.

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