Devari wrote:Out of interest, are these real tartans? If so, who are they?
Off-topic, I'm about 1/2 Scottish, 1/2 Polish (oh my ). I believe the Scot bit of me is highlander. Clan MacPherson. Or a sept of a sept of Clan MacPherson.
Very nice... Are the torsos actual stickers?
Yes Freak! These are AWESOME!
And a historical factoid for Richard - William Wallace was a lowlander and lowlanders did not wear kilts, as this was seen as a barbaric-highlander thing to do.
This is one of three un-disputed historical errors of Braveheart being
1. Wallace didn't wear a kilt.
2. Scots didn't paint their faces before combat - this was a practice of the Picts who had died out by the time of Wallace (Picts were contemporaries of the Romans - ~400 AD)
3. The Princess's illegitimate son was definately NOT Wallace's as he was born seven years after Wallace was killed. However, it was also definately not the Prince's and, if I remember correctly, Longshank's line did die with his son.
Devari wrote:Never answered me, LF.
Which tartans are they?
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