Huron-Wyandot (ETW-WC faction)
- Huron Territory - Fort Sault Ste. Marie (Capital)
- Indiana Territory - Shikaawa
- Michigan Territory - Fort Pontchartain du Detroit
The Huron-Wyandot, or "Wendat" in their own language, are four tribes who speak similar languages and occupy lands in the central northern part of the continent. Hardy trappers and traders, the Huron-Wyandot came into contact with French explorers in the early part of the seventeenth century, and forged an alliance based on trade. The chance to gain the upper hand over their hated Iroquois neighbours was also welcome. The French approached the Wendat as they were the least suspicious of European settlers and the most advanced traders, but by naming their new partners "Huron" meaning "ruffian", they showed their true feelings of superiority. As allies of France, the Huron-Wyandot naturally became enemies of the British and the Thirteen Colonies, but they supported Great Britain during the American War of Independence. They realised that the United States intended to expand westwards into their territory. Now the smoke of battle has cleared, the Huron-Wyandot's goals remain the same: destroy the Iroquois and keep the United States from taking their native lands!
Capture and hold 12 regions by the end of the year 1813, including the regions shown. Rupert's Land, Ohio Territory, Iroquois Territory
Capture and hold 20 regions by the end of the year 1823, including the regions shown. Upper Canada, Rupert's Land, Algonquin Territory, Ohio Territory, Iroquois Territory, Upper Louisiana, New France
Capture and hold 30 regions by the end of the year 1828, including the regions shown. Huron Territory