Support: 400 soldiers where killed and 50 were captured and tortured to death (Wikipedia). Pontiac´s rebellion was a brutal battle it was emotionally and physically distressing to the Native Americans. The Natives did not exactly win or fulfill what they wanted overall from the war but the did walk away with some improvement. They were politically successful with the change in government influence where their say began to mean more to them and help develop a better society. As well as, gain economic privileges and socially improve as a whole. It all began after the British won in the French and Indian War, it brought together tribes to for some sort of an alliance to go against the British rule. Though the British won again, the Native Americans came out strong but couldn't pull through in the end. Its stated that ¨Eight forts were destroyed, hundreds of colonists were killed or captured, with many more fleeing the region¨(Wikipedia). But once the Native Americans made their first move the British fought back even harder. But, as I have written previously, they walked away with improvements in all categories of a revolution making it one in history.