Wars of Liberty happens, for the most part, in the more modern nineteenth century. World has changed a lot, and so did the National Leaders. These are the new artificial intelligences you'll find in WoL.
Dom Pedro II
- Emperor of Brazil.
An intelligent, successful monarch greatly beloved by his people. Turned Brazil into an emerging power in the international arena. Years of peace may have weakened his army, but the upcoming war has woken up the emperor's courage.
- President and Marshal of the Paraguayan republic.
Assuming the Presidency of the most industrial of the Latin American nations, Lopez's term hasn't been a peaceful one. Upon seeing his country vulnered by foreign powers, he's ordered a full mobilization of it's population to join the war, to defend the sovereignty of Paraguay at all costs.
- President of the Argentine republic.
After finally succeeding in achieving national unity, he led his Argentina on a period of progress and reform. But peace would not last, as war erupts in the north while rebellion and indigenous uprisings happen on his country, it seems that he'll have to lead his army to fight once more.
- President of Gran Colombia, and liberator of the Spanish America.
The liberator of most of South America, Simón Bolivar now finds himself as the head of the Gran Colombia, a nation that encompasses most of northern South America, but he'll find out that keeping his country united is easily said than done.
- President of the Mexican republic.
Of humble origins, Benito Juarez now finds leading Mexico in one of his darkest periods, seen not only as a leader but as a figurehead of his nation, his government hasn't been without conflicts, in a period when what Mexico needs the least is division amongst it's people.
- 16th President of the United States of America.
The United States of America has, in the wake of Manifest Destiny and westward expansion, doubled in size and power. As the Union continues to grow, it needs a capable leader to keep it together. Abraham Lincoln, born in Kentucky, raised a strong-armed farmhand, and practiced in law, is just the man for the job. Tall, honest, and committed, President Lincoln will lead the United States into prosperity.
- Prime minister of Canada.
Sir John Alexander MacDonald is the most dominant figure of the Canadian Confederation, serving as it's first prime minister, he has many challenges ahead of him, having to lead a relatively small colony in North America to make it cover most of North America and having to secure such territories.
- Warchief of the Tamoio Confederation.
The supreme leader of all southern Warchiefs. He's brave and feared by many, and holds a collection of european cannons in his Taba. He strikes villages fast and will sacrifice the enemy warriors to get their strenght.
Otto Von Bismark
- Chancellor of the German Empire
For a millennium, the German people have been divided among duchies and states, united only by loose and symbolic confederations. To keep up with the growing European powers, a coalition more mighty than that of the previous Holy Roman Empire is necessary. Prussian statesman Otto Von Bismarck, with willpower as strong as iron, seeks to bring a new German Empire to the forefront of the modern era, and will stop at nothing to do so.
- President of the French
- Emperor of Japan
- Indigenous Revolutionary Leader
- Queen of the United Kingdom
- Mughal Emperor
- Sioux Chieftain
- Zulu Monarch