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Civil unrest between the warring nobles and claimant rivals, lords John Baliol and Robert De Brix in the southwest of Scotland, once more threatens the entire peace of the realm. During this period, William Wallace is tasked as a young Hunter Scout Ceannard, (Commander) of the Wolf and Wildcat Gallóglaigh, to patrol the Northwest boundaries of Galloway and Carrick and report to the Guardian army council if Irish levies under the command of Sir Richard de Burgh, the Red Earl of Ulster, and the N…
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Civil unrest between the warring nobles and claimant rivals, lords John Baliol and Robert De Brix in the southwest of Scotland, once more threatens the entire peace of the realm. During this period, William Wallace is tasked as a young Hunter Scout Ceannard, (Commander) of the Wolf and Wildcat Gallóglaigh, to patrol the Northwest boundaries of Galloway and Carrick and report to the Guardian army council if Irish levies under the command of Sir Richard de Burgh, the Red Earl of Ulster, and the Norse mercenaries of Angus Óg and Aslikkør Ranald of the isles, attempt to land on the west coast to join their allies the Pact forces of the son of Robert de Brix, Robert Brus, the Earl of Carrick.

In order to avoid a civil war, Norman Scottish Nobles and imminent clergy appeal for England's King Edward, Longshanks, to send his army into Scotland as "Peacekeepers of the Scotch Realm..." It's not long before various incidents with English soldiers see William Wallace branded an outlaw. He is forced to flee Scotland with his friend Stephen ua Mac'Halpine to the safety of Ireland, where he soon joins with the Irish chiefs of Connaught who are waging a brutal war of attrition with Norman English lords.

The impending coronation of King Alexanders' granddaughter, princess Maighread Canmòr the maid of Norway, sees all Scots in exile pardoned. Wallace takes the opportunity to return to Scotland to be reunited with his love the maid, Marion Braidfuite…

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Civil unrest between the warring nobles and claimant rivals, lords John Baliol and Robert De Brix in the southwest of Scotland, once more threatens the entire peace of the realm. During this period, William Wallace is tasked as a young Hunter Scout Ceannard, (Commander) of the Wolf and Wildcat Gallóglaigh, to patrol the Northwest boundaries of Galloway and Carrick and report to the Guardian army council if Irish levies under the command of Sir Richard de Burgh, the Red Earl of Ulster, and the Norse mercenaries of Angus Óg and Aslikkør Ranald of the isles, attempt to land on the west coast to join their allies the Pact forces of the son of Robert de Brix, Robert Brus, the Earl of Carrick.

In order to avoid a civil war, Norman Scottish Nobles and imminent clergy appeal for England's King Edward, Longshanks, to send his army into Scotland as "Peacekeepers of the Scotch Realm..." It's not long before various incidents with English soldiers see William Wallace branded an outlaw. He is forced to flee Scotland with his friend Stephen ua Mac'Halpine to the safety of Ireland, where he soon joins with the Irish chiefs of Connaught who are waging a brutal war of attrition with Norman English lords.

The impending coronation of King Alexanders' granddaughter, princess Maighread Canmòr the maid of Norway, sees all Scots in exile pardoned. Wallace takes the opportunity to return to Scotland to be reunited with his love the maid, Marion Braidfuite…

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