I think in africa existed a lot of independent movement in the XIX and beginning of XX century. Their can be options for a future new revolts in wol.
Emirate of Sanusi (Cyrenaica, Libia)
In the leadership of Mohamed (1859 AD - 1902) he reached Senussi at the peak of his strength and his diffusion. Their capital, Jaghbub became "the main commercial center", where the convoys meet all the central and northern parts of Africa, and it was these merchants and their caravans a way to spread Islam in the remote authorities. The power and influence of Muhaded.caused conflicts with the Ottoman Empire, who were expelling the movement towards the deserts furthest from Libya. His main struggle was against French expansionism in Chad Lake and later against Italian colonialism in northern Libya.
Western Sahara or Sahrawis
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The most important figure for the Sahrawi people in Western Sahara and Mauritania. He fought against the Spanish advance in Morocco, he faced the sultan of Morocco for not supporting the movement and hindered the French advance in Mauritania and southern Algeria. Their struggle attracted the attention of the German empire, who supports the Saharawis with modern weapons and ammunition.
Batatela Rebellion (Free State of Congo)
Ngongo supported the Swahili Arabs in their fight against the Belgian expansion in the center of Africa. After his death would begin one of the biggest revolts in the Belgian territory, where thousands of "force publique" would desert to fight against the colonial government. Having modern firearms and the tactical support of the Arabs who by the commerce with Europe knew the western military strategies, the revolt could extend by almost 4 years.
The movement would later influence the independence of the Free State of the Congo in 1960
What do you think?
These types of movement never teach them in schools, and I think that if Wol does not mention them in the game, they will remain in the memory of the local people.
Do you know more independence movements in the 19th century?