Hmmmm...I think perhaps you should read up on the Clan MacGregor a bit more, laddie. The clan was "proscribed" or "revoked" (as you put it) for excessive cattle theft and dirty dealings....not excessive brutality in battle.
Excessive brutality in battle would be considered an asset amongst the Scots. Certainly it would have back then. Other clans would be asking you to fight on their side in whatever war was going on that particular week.
Actually, the cattle stealing business was a bum rap (cooked up by a Brit....natch) and virtually all Scots think very highly of the MacGregors. The Frasers as well.....although the most recent Lord Lovatt (cheif of the clan Fraser) was a bit of a wastrel and lost most of the family holdings over the past two decades.
Tell me CC....are your arms slightly too long for your body? That was a hereditary trait of the MacGregors and was one of the reasons that they were reknowned far and wide as some of the best swordsmen of old Scotland (where everyone carried three blades and weren't afraid to use them on a daily basis)
An extra long reach with the sword arm could mean the difference between a near miss and deep cut to your opponents jugular. Definitely an important distinction in ancient Scotland.
These days those extra long arms are mostly good for reaching across the dinner table to get that last pork chop without getting up out of your seat.
Who knows though....the way things are going these days anything could happen.If we nuke ourselves back to the bronze age you guys could be in serious demand once again.
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