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The Polish Commonwealth is a nation in Eastern Europe.

Also known as the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, its population is made up of three major groups: Poles, Ruthenians (ancestors of Ukrainians and Belarusians), and Lithuanians. The minority groups were non-Lithuanian Balts and Jews. The Polish Commonwealth is famed for its majestic Winged Hussars. While it possesses a powerful army, it is fragile due to its dissatisfied gentry, which could ultimately lead to the Polish Commonwealth's demise.

The Polish Commonwealth is led by King Jan Kasimir. Polish infantry does not lack in anything—their Zolniers and Pikemen are perfectly competent—but they don't really shine, being outgunned by Swedish musketeers and outfought by even Russian marksmen and their poleaxes. Poland's strength lies in its winged hussars, unmatched in both armor and shock value. Backed up with light dragoons, the Polish cavalry is devastating against infantry while posing a good match for even Crimean cavalry. It is located at the North-Middle to West part of the map.

The Deluge is the main questline for the Polish Commonwealth.


King Jan Kasimir

Jan Kasimir

Initial ruler

Janusz Radziwill

Janusz Radziwill



Colonel Andrzej Kmicic
Andrzej Kmicic
Colonel Michal Wolodyjowski
Michal Wolodyjowski
Colonel Jan Skrzetuski
Jan Skrzetuski
Warlord Alexander Oginsky
Alexander Oginsky
Warlord Stanislav Liantskoronsky
Stanislav Liantskoronsky
Warlord Fyodor Obukhovich
Fyodor Obukhovich
Count Casimir Tyszkiewicz
Casimir Tyszkiewicz
Warlord Janusz Kiszka
Janusz Kiszka
Hetman Pavel Sapega
Pavel Sapega
Colonel Jerzy Halecki
Jerzy Halecki
Colonel Jan Zenowicz
Jan Zenowicz
Warlord Jan Zamojski
Jan Zamojski
Cornet Siegmund Slushka
Siegmund Slushka
Hetman Jan Sobieski
Jan Sobieski
Hetman Stanislaw Potocki
Stanislaw Potocki
Hetman Stefan Czarniecki
Stefan Czarniecki
Warlord Krzysztof Grzymultowski
Krzysztof Grzymultowski
Colonel Alexander Casimir Wolowicz
Alexander Casimir Wolowicz
Prince Boguslav Nesvizhsky
Boguslav Nesvizhsky
Prince Michal Vishnevetsky
Michal Vishnevetsky



  • Nearly unmatched heavy cavalry (the Winged Hussars).
  • Okay dragoons and other light cavalry.
  • Sturdy pikemen and zolniers who can stop enemy cavalry.


  • No heavy and shock infantry.
  • Weak infantry will get slaughtered in any significant melee.
  • Unreliable horse archers.

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Garrison Commander

Infantry Commander

Cavalry Commander

Heavy Infantry Commander

Heavy Cavalry Commander

Personal Guard Commander

Mercenary Commander





The territory of the Polish Commonwealth starts with the following Towns, Fortresses, and Villages.

Territory of the Polish Commonwealth

Krakov Lviv Smolensk Warsaw Vilna


Bar Fortress Berestye Fortress Dubensk Castle Kovno Fortress Lida Castle Lodz Castle Lublin Minsk Myadzelsk Castle Polotsk Slutsk Zbarazh Fortress


Amere Babice Baranovichi Chenstokhova Dobrush Ilyintsy Krivichi Ludinovo Molodechno Nesvizh Ostroleka Ostrovets Ovruch Plotsk Ponyri Radzilow Rudnya Sambir Slavuta Snechko Sofronovo Solechniki Staronowice Stryi Trakai Vendau Vydzy Wadowice Widawa Yartzy Zamoshye


  • The Polish Commonwealth's full name was The Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, but it was often shortened to the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
  • The Polish Commonwealth was a dualistic state of Poland and Lithuania ruled by a common monarch.
  • It was the largest and one of the most populous countries of 16th and 17th century Europe, with almost 400,000 square miles (1,000,000 square kilometers) and a multi-ethnic population of about 12 million at its peak in the early 17th century.
  • The Commonwealth was established at the Union of Lublin in July 1569 and ceased to exist as an independent state after the Third Partition of Poland in 1795.
  • Although the two component states of the Commonwealth were formally equal, Poland dominated in the partnership - as the King of Poland was always the Grand Duke of Lithuania at the same time.
  • The Polish Commonwealth achieved its maximum territorial extent in 1619. It terms of present-day borders, it encompassed: most of Poland and Ukraine; all of Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia and the Kaliningrad Oblast; much of Estonia; parts of Russia (including Smoleńsk); as well as small parts of Moldova and Romania.
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