Hetman Bogdan Hmelnitski
Bogdan Hmelnitski
Starting Information
Kingdom Cossack Hetmanate
Monarch Hetman Bogdan Hmelnitski
Title Monarch
Gender Male

Hetman Bogdan Hmelnitski is the ruler of the Cossack Hetmanate.

He is based on a real person who created the Cossack Hetmanate in 1648.

The claimant to his rule is Ivan Barabash.

Stats and equipmentEdit

Hetman Bogdan Hmelnitski - Default Stats and Equipment
Stat Points
Level 41
Strength 20
Agility 20
Intelligence 15
Charisma 25
Cossack Cap
Body Armor
Cossack Zupan, Chain Armor
Good Boots
Skill Points
Ironflesh 6
Power Strike 7
Grenade Throwing 0
Power Draw 5
Weapon Master 9
Shield 0
Athletics 5
Riding 7
Shooting from Horseback 5
Looting 0
Trainer 0
Tracking 0
Tactics 8
Path-finding 0
Spotting 0
Inventory Management 0
Wound Treatment 0
Surgery 0
First Aid 0
Engineer 0
Persuasion 0
Prisoner Management 3
Leadership 9
Trade 0
Weapon Type Points
One Handed Weapons 220
Two Handed Weapons 220
Polearms 220
Archery 220
Firearms 220
Throwing 220
Melee Weapons
Ranged Weapons
Thoroughbred Horse


  • His full name was Bohdan Zynoviy Mykhailovych Khmelnysky.
  • There is no definite proof of the date of his birth, but according to Ukrainian historian Mykhaylo Maksymovych, it was likely 27 December, 1596 (St. Theodore's Day).
  • As it was custom in the Greek Orthodox Church, he was baptized by one of his middle names - Theodor, translated into Ukrainian has Bohdan.
  • Although the hetman was the highest military office and head of state in the Cossack Hetmanate, it was the second-highest military commander, after the monarch, in the Polish Commonwealth. Therefore, Khymelnystky was technically not a monarch.
  • In 1654, he concluded the Treaty of Pereyaslav with the Muscovite Tsardom, which eventually lead to the loss of independence to the Tsardom.
  • Bohdan Khmelnysky's banner was taken by the Polish at the Battle of Berestechko, which was then taken by the Swedes when they captured Warsaw in 1655. It can be currently viewed at the Armemuseum in Stockholm, Sweden.
  • In Ukraine, Bohdan Khmelnytsky is viewed as a national hero, and is depicted on a five Ukrainian hryvnia banknote. However in Poland, he is negatively viewed.
  • "Khmelnitski is not to be played with. In short, he has more brain, a stouter arm, and better luck than you, who are far too hasty." -- Page 17 of the Google Books edition of the novel With Fire and Sword.
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