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Alasdair Mac Colla - Gaelic strongman, Scottish hero, and all-around bastard.

Myles Standish - Personal enforcer of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock.

Blas de Lezo - One-armed, one-eyed, one-legged, pirate-hunting Admiral of the Spanish Navy.

Elizabeth Bathory - The Blood Countess of Transylvania, and basis for the Dracula/vampire myth.

Yagyu Jubei Mitsuyoshi - Wandering samurai/ninja/pirate of Feudal Japan.

Alexander Selkirk - Stranded on an island for four years and not acting like a little bitch made this guy so awesome Daniel Defoe wrote Robinson Crusoe after him.

François l'Olonnais - The cruelest, most despised pirate on the Spanish Main.

Henry Morgan - The pirate who became an Admiral.

Charles XII of Sweden - Immune to pain and defeat, this guy single-handedly made Sweden a national power, then made sure that when he went down the entire country went down in flames with him.

Julie D'Aubigny - French opera singer who killed ten men in duels and once snuck into a convent to bang a nun.

Dahomey Amazons - The only full-time all-female combat arms military unit in modern history.

Murad IV - Iron-fisted ruler of the Ottoman Empire.

Haast's Eagle - A man-sized eagle that was notorious for carrying off Maori women and children and eating them.

Koxinga - The only pirate to ever be worshipped as a living God.

Michiel de Ruyter - Dutch Admiral who commanded ships in 7 wars and once stole the flagship of the English Navy from its home port.

Nzinga Mbande - Blood-drinking, Portuguese-slaying African warrior Queen.

Date Masamune - Eyepatch-wearing Japanese samurai who kicked ass in the service of two shoguns.

Jan Sobieski - The man who saved Europe by leading the largest cavalry charge in human history.

William of Orange - Career soldier, hero of the Netherlands, bane of the Irishmen and one tough son of a bitch.

Ana Lezama de Urinza - Known as "The Valiant Ladies of Potosi", two aristocratic 17th-century lesbian lovers disguised themselves as cowboys and fought to clean up one of the toughest towns in all of South America.

Woodes Rogers - The man most responsible for single-handedly ending the Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean.

Ii Naomasa - The last surviving member of his samurai warrior clan, he becomes commander of "Ii's Red Devils," an elite force of shock troops in the service of the Tokugawa Shogunate.

Ii Naomasa - The last surviving member of his samurai warrior clan, he becomes commander of "Ii's Red Devils," an elite force of shock troops in the service of the Tokugawa Shogunate.

Cardinal Richelieu - The diabolical mastermind who turned France from a bankrupt war-torn country into the most dominant political superpower on the European continent.





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