Yes, it's the Victoria 2 mod, maybe you could play as Beornia (English argentina) and reconquer the british isles, or play as Lusitania (Portuguese texas and a releasable nation from Gran colombia) and conquer portugal+galicia, and yes the mod has a lot of "return home/reconquer lost land" campaignsIs that the Vic 2 mod? do you have a specific scenario in mind?
Under the protection of Gerlach, the core of the Griffon realm survived the collapse from the Emperor's death. The economy and industry was built up. When the royal marriage between the duke and duchess occurred, Gerlach crowned himself the new Emperor and set about reconquering the lost territories. First, with the newest breakaway states, then the north was secured, then the central region. Unfortunately, various neighboring empires schemed to destroy the griffons before they could complete their recovery, and the Empire found itself facing invasion on two fronts from the south and east. However, the mighty griffon industry pumped out a panzer army, and used deft encirclements to reduce the enemy armies from a 2-1 ration to a three-quarters ratio. Sensing that the collapse of the enemy was near, the Griffons finally went off the defensive to go on a full offensive. The Salt Lake City fell, and with it the hopes of the enemy.Equestria at War - Harmonic Feathisia with Duchess Gabriella as Regent of the Griffonian Empire and Gerlach marrying Gabriella.
Under the leadership of the generalissimo, the field-marshal, the president, the hero of the revolution, griffons marched to end the oppression of the monarchy, and of the fascist usurpers who replaced them. Radical militarists rose up everywhere on the continent. In order to secure the well-being of griffons, to let them participate in the glorious revolution, the republic had to intervene. Although some may said that the marshal-president behaved too much as a dictator, that "protecting reforms" meant pre-emptively oppressive rival political organizations. But it was clear that those who stood with the hero were on the right side of history. Although the wars were costly, the marshal had taken great care to implement armored vehicles with which to protect the infantry, which he looked after like his own children. He made the home industry sacrifice artillery shells rather than blood for his victories. For this care and foresight, he truly has earned his position as the father of the nation. Although the wars with the fascists were brutal, casualties were 10 to 1 in favor of the republic, such was the care with which they handled their precious griffonpower.If you’re willing to try Equestria at War, maybe try the Griffon Republic?
Canadians, being both peace-loving and astute, immediately saw the rise of the British King's Party for what it was, and broke off as an independent country to avoid the imperialist wars of aggression. The economy, still suffering deeply from the great depression, was overhauled with new socialist policies. These changes were very effective and popular, resulting in the communist party winning the elections and with a mandate to peacefully re-organize the state into a revolutionary organ of progress.How about Communist Canada?
Making it is pretty simple, just take a screenshot from in-game, then add in some coastlines and borders in an editor. I use paint.netBase map please?
It was a nice challenge. Although Turkey managed to buff its industry by quickly absorbing Iran and Iraq, forming an army large enough to cover the Soviet border was turtorous on equipment and manpower. One such trade-off was that artillery support was foregone as too expensive. Even shovels for infantry entrenchment was deemed a luxury.How about a Turanist Turkey? That should prove to be a nice challenge...
Couldn't get Mexico because the US got them firstAnarchist Spain vs Fascist Mexico
France takes another chance at greatness. Surprise invasions of the low countries were great successes. This established a staging ground for the invasion of Britain. Luckily, the British became involved in the Sino-Japanese war, sending much of their navy and army away. Although smaller, the french navy managed to land a few mobile divisions on the coast before being destroyed. Those mobile divisions quickly captured London. Although resistance stiffened in the North, additional armies were ferried in, resulting the conquest of Britain.How about a Napoleonic France?