Hello, everyone, One of my nations, Cerela, is formed after a successful slave revolt against an unknown slaver peoples. The leader of the uprising, somehow, becomes an absolute monarch but does so in a way in which the system promotes a, for lack of a better term, a "liberal" governance. How would this naturally form? For some background to help out answers, it is within a dark ages/medieval setting, no one knows who the slavers were, many different ethnic groups were enslaved under the slavers, including natives (as other groups were from different regions.) The leader promotes an "existentialist, synthetic" promotion of "Cerelan" culture which, contrast to other countries, creates a form of "nationalism," and has the charisma and talent to hold various, usually conflicting, groups together through civic nationalism to build the nation. The society is also afraid of harsh rule for obvious reasons. Finally, the group who dominates Cerela is a professional/religious social class, similar to Celtic druids or Hindu Brahmin. This would also be amongst the only absolutist governments within the setting. Other nations usually run under feudal or devolved systems of governance and are traditionalist-minded. Cerela, in this case, would be 180 from this general trend of governments. Thanks in advance! If you want to ask questions, please do!