You may play as a political party or as a very specific character:
Party Ideology: Agrarianism, Conservatism, Center-Right
Party Leader: Washington Luis
Brief Description: Made of the conservative elements of the old Republican Parties of Brazil under the leadership of President Luis. Most traditionalist Party, defending the rights and privileges of the landowners and the top 1% of Brazilian society. Opposed to Liberal & Left-wing reforms. The party of the status-quo.
Liberal Democratic Party (Partido Liberal Democrata) (PLD) (TRC)
Party Ideology: Liberalism, Progressive Democratic, Center
Party Leader: Julio Prestes
Brief Description: Social & Economic liberals progressivists under the leadership of the Governor of São Paulo Julio Prestes. Formed after the failure of the Ouro Preto Conference. Greatly popular with the urban middle class and the business community of Brazil.
National Liberal Alliance (Aliança Nacional Liberal) (ANL) (Westar)
Party Ideology: Liberalism, Populism, Center
Party Leader: Getulio Vargas
Brief Description: Liberal Populists under the leadership of the Governor of Rio Grande do Sul Getulio Vargas. Extremely in favour of Social reforms related to labour, pensions, welfare and female voting rights. Very popular with the lower class of Brazil, especially in the North-east regions.
Social Democratic Party (Partido Social Democrata) (PSD) (Acecipher)
Party Ideology: Social-Democracy, Liberalism, Center
Party Leader: Fernando de Sousa Costa
Brief Description: Social Democratic Party recently formed in 1925. Heavily inspired by German/Weimar Social Democratic policies, especially in relation to welfare. Popular with the educated urban middle class.
Democratic Party (Partido Democrata) (PD)
Party Ideology: Liberalism, Center-Right
Party Leader: José Adriano Marrey Júnior
Brief Description: Founded in 1925 by Republican Party dissidents. Despite being liberals, they mostly defend the interests of traditional families related to the agricultural market in Brazil.
Liberator Party (Partido Libertador) (PL)
Party Ideology: Conservatism, Parliamentarism, Center-Right
Party Leader: Joaquim Francisco de Assis Brasil
Brief Description: a Traditional and Conservative party from the South of Brazil, strong defenders of state authority and parliamentarism.
Brazilian Communist Party (Partido Comunista Brasileiro) (PCB) (Smyg)
Party Ideology: Communism, Marxism-Leninism, Far Left
Party Leader: Astrojildo Pereira
Brief Description: Formed in 1921 after the split with the anarchists/syndicalists. Developed strong ties to the Soviet Union and the Comintern. Took extensive part in the civil war during the 1920's, coordinating much of the action against the Federal government. Recently legalized again after the truce with the government. Popular with the urban, lower class Proletariat.
Socialist Revolutionary Party (Partido Socialista Revolucionario) (PSR)
Party Ideology: Socialism, Left
Party Leader: João Mangabeira
Brief Description: Formed after the 1921 split by the moderate Socialist faction of the party. Grew to become the favoured party of the left wing/socialist urban intelligentsia. Took part in the civil war against the federal government. Recently legalized after the truce with the government.
Brazilian Worker's Confederation (Confederação Brasileira dos Trabalhadores) (CBT) (Marankara)
Party Ideology: Anarcho-Communism, Syndicalism, Far Left
Party Leader: Edgard Lauenroth
Brief Description: The remains of the Libertarian Socialist Party. Hold great control over the industrial cooperatives and trade unions in the larger urban centres. Resumed normal activities following the truce with the Federal Government.
Proletarian Unification Party (Partido da Unificação Proletaria) (PUP) (MasterOfOblivion)
Party Ideology: Trotskyism, Far Left
Party Leader: Mário Pedrosa
Brief Description: Formed by Trotskyist members of the Communist Party after their expulsion in 1926. Had some participation in the civil war. Legalized following the truce with the government.
Workers & Peasants Block (Bloco Operário e Camponês) (BLOC) (Snacks)
Party Ideology: Anarcho-Communism, Far Left
Party Leader: João da Costa Pimenta
Brief Description: Anarcho-Communist group that focuses on the Brazilian peasantry, being one of the few left-wing parties in Brazil that were able to find some representation with the uneducated peasantry. Fought alongside the other left wings group in the civil war. Recently legalized again by the truce.
Brazilian Integralist Action (Ação Integralista Brasileira) (AIB) (Flaming Bolshevik)
Party Ideology: Integralism, Fascism, Far Right
Party Leader: Plínio Salgado
Brief Description: Far right group inspired by Italian fascism and German National-Socialism. Rapidly growing in the anti-left communities of Brazil. Fought alongside Federal troops against the lieutenants and the leftists in the Civil War.
Movement for Popular Action (Movimento da Ação Popular) (MAP) (Serenissima)
Party Ideology: Reformism, Tenentism, Centre
Party Leaders: Luis Carlos Prestes, Eduardo Gomes
Brief Description: Movement composed of the leadership of the lieutenants formed following the end of the Civil War. Still, hold a great amount of influence over the army regiments across Brazil. Speculation regarding if they will become a political party in the future is large.
Brazilian Patrianovist Imperial Action (Ação Imperial Patrianovista Brasileira) (AIPB)
Party Ideology: Monarchism, Conservatism, Right
Party Leaders: Pedro Henrique de Orléans e Bragança, Arlindo Veiga dos Santos
Brief Description: Recently formed pro-monarchist movement, wishing to restore the Brazilian empire originally deposed in the 1889 coup. Still very small, but slowly growing.
Lampião - Famous bandit, outlaw and Robin Hood-esque figure of northeastern Brazil. (Gesar)
Percival Farquhar - Rich American business with strong interests in Brazil. (Carpe Verpa)
João Neves da Fontoura - Director of Brazil's Political Police. (lbj181)
Francisco Campos - National Director of the Federal Department of Public Security.
Setembrino de Carvalho - Commanding Officer of the Brazilian Military Police.
Eurico Gaspar Dutra - Commander-in-Chief of the Brazilian Army High Command. (Zar)
Isaías de Noronha - First Admiral of the Navy.
Rafael Franco - Paraguayan military officer, exiled in Brazil after carrying out a failed coup d'etat. (Robert Schumann)
Horácio de Matos - Rich landowner in the Northeast of the country, holds great influence in those territories. (Coin)
Padre Cícero - Roman Catholic Priest and spiritual leader to the poor people of the Northeast. Considered by many a living saint. (OYID)
Mascarenhas de Morais - General of the 1st Army, supported the government during the civil war and took extensive part in combat. (Red John)
Augusto Tasso Fragoso - General of the 2nd Army, fought for the government during the civil war. Very respected figure amongst the high ranks.