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In an attempt to stay in power Diaz rigged the election and arrested Madero for trying to become president. Your objective is to survive jail and find allies.
Francisco Madero got thrown in San Luis Potosí jail after losing the 1910 Presidential election. Your objective is to break out of jail.
The battle of Juarez, Francisco Madero led 1,500 men to the city of Juarez. It defended by 700 troops, it was surrounded on three sides, Only possible exit route is El Paso. The rebels cut off the water supply into town and the federal troops were low on ammunition. Your objective is to surround the city and take down the federal troops.
On May 8 Generals Pancho Villa and Orozco launched an assault on the city without consulting Madero and blamed it on a "spontaneous" outbreak in fighting. Madero attempted to stop the violence but Orozco and Villa kept going. Your objective is to dethrone Diaz as president.
Huerta joins with Felix Díaz (Porfírio’s nephew) and Bernardo Reyes in planning a coup against Madero. Your objective protect Madero.
Huerta, Felix Diaz, and Bernardo Reyes kill Madero and his family. Your objective is to hunt downt the men who killed Madero and kill them.
I WILL PROTECT MADERO AT ALL COST!
Madero disguises himself as a railroad worker and escapes from prison to San Antonio Texas. Your objective disguise yourself and get to San Antonio to hide.
Diaz resigned as President after the fall of Juarez and after he realized that the rebels had an actual chance of winning this war and defeat federal troops. Your objective is to find a new president and rig the election for the right person.
Huerta assumes the presidency. Venustiano Carranza drafts a plan that accuses Huerta of restoring a dictatorship and committing treason. Villa attacks Huerta’s troops in the Second Battle of Juarez. Your objective is to help Villa and attack Huerta and his troops.
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