Whilst I love the fact that you can revolt as Haiti, I find it a bit confusing and a little disrepectful that they are simply turned into a pirate civ.
Don’t get me wrong, I’d love any Buccaneer/Pirate addition, but it’s quite an odd result to revolution. The Haitian Revolution was 1791–1804 - for context, this is during the rise of Napoleon, and the invention of the steam train, so to see self-liberated slaves successfully lead an insurrection, or in gameplay terms, press the Revolt button as French, and then to see Haiti appear as a 17th/18th century pirate-churning civ seems a little bit insensitive, no?
Suggestions for Haitian revolution civ units:
Toussaint Louverture - Mounted Leader unit
Haitian Infantry - Musketeers (in Euro-French style of attire)
Haitian Chassuers - Skirmishers with Stealth Ability
Guerillas - Melee Shock Infantry with Stealth Ability
Vodou Shaman - Healer unit (Vodou was a substantial element in the background of the revolution - the Haitians wanted to get rid of the forced Catholicism from the French and be free to make Vodou (Voodoo) the predominate religion) - this is not a novelty thing, it’s completely within context.
Lakous Wagons - wagons that build a Lakous (self-sufficient family compounds)- which ingame would be a large structure of connected houses (providing more pop than standard houses) as well as farming space within for villagers to farm food. Like a scaled-down Hacienda.