• The River Wolf

    It is the golden age of the second Napoleonic era.  In 1844, paddle and steam replace wind and sail and Napoleon Bonaparte is President of the United Republics of South America.  Wars for independence and unification, wars against Spain, Portugal, and the republics themselves, are at an end.  Internal conflicts, economic strife, and border disputes were removing themselves from the battlefields and settling in the more contentious and convoluted halls of government.  After twenty-three years, the continent and even the world has finally reconciled itself to Napoleon’s rule – Napoleon’s South America.


  • Napoleon's Wolf

    1820 -- For the first time in more than a generation, Europe was at peace.  The Emperor was defeated, imprisoned, and a King sat on France’s throne.  It was the start of the industrial revolution and desperate men saw their livelihoods replaced by machines.  It was no place for a man like Lord Thomas Cochrane, a Scotsman, disgraced sea officer, and former Member of Parliament who seeks his future in the New World. 




Lord Thomas Cochrane, The Sea Wolf

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