Hamish is William Wallaces most trusted and loyal friend. He is also the son of Campbell. He fought in the battle of Lanark,Stirling,Falkirk and he also took part in Seige of York. However his relationship with Wallace turned sour when he punched Wallace for saying " and your father sees you to" after his father passed away from injurys sustained from the battle of Falkirk. He is then seen in disguse at William's execution praying for William to say "mercy". After William Wallace's death Robert Bruce raised and army including Hamish to fight for freedom. Before the Battle of Bannockburn Hamish threw William Wallace's Sword onto the battlegroud before starting to chant "Wallace" which caused the whole scottish army to start chanting Wallace's name.