If you haven’t met Daniel Vavra yet, it’s about time you do so. He is the creative director of the game titled, “Kingdom Come: Deliverance” at Warhorse Studios. This RPG set to release in 20 hours is a story-driven, open-world experience that “immerses you in an epic adventure in the Holy Roman Empire”. The website for this game goes into greater detail as to what the story is about, as well as the player’s role in discovering their destiny.
Bohemia – located in the heart of Europe, the region is rich in culture, silver, and sprawling castles. The death of its beloved ruler, Emperor Charles IV, has plunged the kingdom into dark times: war, corruption, and discord are tearing this jewel of the Holy Roman Empire apart.
One of Charles’ sons, Wenceslas, has inherited the crown. Unlike his father, Wenceslas is a naive, self-indulgent, unambitious monarch. His half-brother and King of Hungary, Sigismund the Red Fox, senses weakness in Wenceslas. Feigning good will, Sigismund travels to Bohemia and kidnaps his half-brother. With no king on the throne, Sigismund is now free to plunder Bohemia and seize its riches.
In the midst of this chaos, you’re Henry, the son of a blacksmith. Your peaceful life is shattered when a mercenary raid, ordered by King Sigismund himself, burns your village to the ground. By bittersweet fortune, you are one of the few survivors of this massacre.
Without a home, family, or future you end up in the service of Lord Radzig Kobyla, who is forming a resistance against the invasion. Fate drags you into this bloody conflict and shoves you into a raging civil war, where you help fight for the future of Bohemia.
Redeem your past and emerge a hero!
So what’s the problem here? This game has many of its anticipated players excited for the adventure, it even secured the number 2 spot for the list of Global Top Sellers, outperforming games like The Witcher 3 and Sid Meier’s Civilization VI.
The problem, at least for hardcore liberals is this; there are not enough black people in it. Feminists have especially voiced their concern asking, “where are the women of color?” But Daniel Vavra has a quick and correct response to the controversial question; this is a game about the Roman Empire, historically speaking, it wouldn’t make sense to add black characters into the mix.
People have tried and failed to catch Daniel Vavra in the act of racism, 4chan even cited many instances where he claimed victory in battle against the mighty liberal trolls. He knows his history extremely well, and anyone who tried to argue “this is racist” failed miserably.
“@WarhorseStudios just FYI one of your creative directors is currently implying people of color are incompetent.”
One Twitter user posted. Vavra’s reply was priceless:
“Thanks for reporting me. I am actually founder of the studio, so not sure it will help.”
Aside from his critics, Vavra is being praised for his refusal to cave in on liberal agendas. The historical accuracy is greatly appreciated, and thus the reason why many people are excited to immerse themselves in this grand adventure.