Reynaldo Garnica, Seth Brown and Joey Greer as Scotsmen
|Birth name||Various (Group Cameo)|
|Hair||Varies (Group Cameo)|
|Eyes||Varies (Group Cameo)|
|Appeared In||George Washington vs William Wallace|
|During||William Wallace's first and second verse|
Information on the CameoEdit
The Scotsmen were warriors that assisted William Wallace in revolting against British oppression. While not the exact same people, their face paints come from actual warriors from the film, such as Hamish, and his father, Campbell.
Appearance in the Rap BattleEdit
The Scotsmen appeared alongside William Wallace in the battle. They occasionally provided background vocals, including "Scot free!", "Gu bràth!", "Hoo-rah!", and "No joke!". They also danced in behind Wallace during the slate.
- They are the third/fourth cameos to be shown dancing at the end with the rappers during the "Who won? Who's next?" screen, after Queen Gorgo, Marty McFly, and alongside the Americans.
- They are the tenth cameos to have a minor speaking role, after KassemG, the Stormtrooper, the Dalek, Marty McFly, Lilly Truscott, Miley Stewart, Jimmy Olsen, Krillin, and the Americans.
- They are the first group of cameos of whom represent distinct, named individuals.