Revolution and Righteousness:
Before sweeping the globe and giving bloody birth to the Cold War, American imperialism and capitalism created a utopia for itself in South America. CIA-appointed puppet governments insured that American corporations received a share of every take. Once great epicenters of South American culture became the tourist attractions of the pale skins. History was traded for consumerism. A great malaise descended upon the continent.
In this setting arose a man, a Marxist revolutionary, a blue-blooded Argentine allergist that would change the way guerilla war is waged. In fact, he would literally write the book on it. From the shores of Cuba to the jungles of the Congo, he crusaded against the horrors of imperialism and willed spirit back into the defeated people of the third world. He fanned a firestorm of rebellion that would ultimately defeat a super power and return the destiny of South America back into the hands of its children.
This warrior's name was Ernesto Guevara de la Serna - but his comrades prefer to use the name "Che".