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* RedOniBlueOni: He's a BoisterousBruiser with [[LargeHam ham as large]] as [[{{BFS}} his sword]], unlike Jack, who is stoic and quiet. And his clan is even more hammy than he is!

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* RedOniBlueOni: He's The red to Jack's blue. The Scotsman is a BoisterousBruiser with [[LargeHam ham as large]] as [[{{BFS}} his sword]], unlike Jack, who is stoic and quiet. And his clan is even more hammy than he is!


* FloweryInsult: Gives one to Jack in their first encounter, though in Scottish.

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* FloweryInsult: Gives one to Jack in their first encounter, though in Scottish.Lowland Scots.


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[[caption-width-right:328:[[labelnote:Click here to see the Scotsman one with the Celtic magic. ('''MAJOR SPOILERS''').]][[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/spooky_scotsman.png]][[/labelnote]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:328:[[labelnote:Click here to see the Scotsman as of Season 5.]][[quoteright:300:https://static.]]https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/oldscotsman.png]][[/labelnote]]]]
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* IncorruptiblePurePureness: An ... unconventional example. In Episode 7, when he finally meets the Sirens, he’s not even a little tempted by their hypnotic song and remains devoted to his wife. This arguably makes him more noble than Jack, as even the titular samurai couldn’t resist them.


** In "Scotsman Saves Jack Part II", an amnesic Jack, the Scotsman, and a bunch of pirates sail the ocean, only to come within range of the song of {{Enthralling Siren}}s. Everyone on the ship becomes hypnotized, except the Scotsman. Why? The fact is that the song of the siren enchants men due to how beautiful it is to their ears. The Scotsman thinks their singing is horrible and considers what could be the DarthWiki/MostAnnoyingSound as beauty to his ears.

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** In "Scotsman Saves Jack Part II", an amnesic Jack, the Scotsman, and a bunch of pirates sail the ocean, only to come within range of the song of {{Enthralling Siren}}s. Everyone on the ship becomes hypnotized, except the Scotsman. Why? The fact is that the song of the siren enchants men due to how beautiful it is to their ears. The Scotsman thinks their singing is horrible and considers what could be the DarthWiki/MostAnnoyingSound annoying as beauty to his ears.


** In "Scotsman Saves Jack Part II", an amnesic Jack, the Scotsman, and a bunch of pirates sail the ocean, only to come within range of the song of {{Enthralling Siren}}s. Everyone on the ship becomes hypnotized, except the Scotsman. Why? The fact is that the song of the siren enchants men due to how beautiful it is to their ears. The Scotsman thinks their singing is horrible and considers what could be the MostAnnoyingSound as beauty to his ears.

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** In "Scotsman Saves Jack Part II", an amnesic Jack, the Scotsman, and a bunch of pirates sail the ocean, only to come within range of the song of {{Enthralling Siren}}s. Everyone on the ship becomes hypnotized, except the Scotsman. Why? The fact is that the song of the siren enchants men due to how beautiful it is to their ears. The Scotsman thinks their singing is horrible and considers what could be the MostAnnoyingSound DarthWiki/MostAnnoyingSound as beauty to his ears.


* {{Good Counterpart}}s: They're this to the Daughters of Aku. Like them, they were trained as [[ActionGirl warriors]] by their respective parents. But while the Daughters of Aku were raised by an [[AbusiveParents abusive and unloving mother]] who was perfectly willing to send them to their deaths, the Daughters of the Scotsman obviously had a much happier upbringing with a father willing to [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifice himself for them]].

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* {{Good Counterpart}}s: They're this to the Daughters of Aku. Like them, they were trained as [[ActionGirl warriors]] by their respective parents. But while the Daughters of Aku were raised by an [[AbusiveParents abusive and unloving abusive/unloving mother]] who was perfectly willing to send them out on what essentially amounted to their deaths, a SuicideMission, the Daughters of the Scotsman obviously had a much happier upbringing with a father willing to [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifice himself for them]].


* PapaWolf: Season 5 reveals that he became a proud father of ''many'' kids. [[spoiler:After their attack on Aku fails, he tells his daughters to run for their lives while [[HeroicSacrifice he distracts and holds off Aku]]. During the final assault against Aku, he angrily deflects Aku's arrow rain after his daughters shield them off.In a mild example, after introducing his daughters to Jack, he gives him his blessing to date one of them. When Jack politely declines, the Scotsman is enraged and assumes Jack thinks little of his daughters.]]

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* PapaWolf: Season 5 reveals that he became a proud father of ''many'' kids. [[spoiler:After their attack on Aku fails, he tells his daughters to run for their lives while [[HeroicSacrifice he distracts and holds off Aku]]. During the final assault against Aku, he angrily deflects Aku's arrow rain after his daughters shield them off. In a mild example, after introducing his daughters to Jack, he gives him his blessing to date one of them. When Jack politely declines, the Scotsman is enraged and assumes Jack thinks little of his daughters.]]


* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler: He dies doing what he does best; protecting his daughters and slagging off anyone within his radius. Specifically, he dies giving Aku a barrage of insults so his daughters can retreat safely.]]



* PapaWolf: Season 5 reveals that he became a proud father of ''many'' kids. [[spoiler:After their attack on Aku fails, he tells his daughters to run for their lives while [[HeroicSacrifice he distracts and holds off Aku]]. During the final assault against Aku, he angrily deflects Aku's arrow rain after his daughters shield them off.]]

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* PapaWolf: Season 5 reveals that he became a proud father of ''many'' kids. [[spoiler:After their attack on Aku fails, he tells his daughters to run for their lives while [[HeroicSacrifice he distracts and holds off Aku]]. During the final assault against Aku, he angrily deflects Aku's arrow rain after his daughters shield them off.In a mild example, after introducing his daughters to Jack, he gives him his blessing to date one of them. When Jack politely declines, the Scotsman is enraged and assumes Jack thinks little of his daughters.]]


--> (when asked about how anything he does works out) CELTIC MAGIC!

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--> (when asked about how anything he does works out) CELTIC MAGIC!MAGIC/MAGIC RUNES!


* CatchPhrase: [[BigShutUp "SHUT IT!"]]

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* CatchPhrase: [[BigShutUp "SHUT IT!"]]CatchPhrase:
-->[[BigShutUp SHUT IT!]]
--> (when asked about how anything he does works out) CELTIC MAGIC!


* TheBigGuy: The enormous guy.

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* TheBigGuy: The enormous guy.%%%% This is more than just size. It is also typically a team thing.
%%%%* TheBigGuy:



* BoisterousBruiser: Contrasting with Jack yet again.

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* BoisterousBruiser: Contrasting with Jack yet again.again is his enormously expressive demeanor when he fights. .



* BritishTeeth: Discolored, different lengths, with gaps.

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* BritishTeeth: Discolored, He's technically Scottish but he still fulfills the stereotype with his discolored, different lengths, with lengths teeth and the gaps.


* ThanatosGambit: [[spoiler:[[HeroicSacrifice He used his death to save his daughters]]. His spirit sticks around to continue leading them, and plan for a better strategy to defeat Aku (namely finding and recruiting Samurai Jack).]]
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: The Scotsman may be huge, but his wife is ''bigger'' and ''taller'' than him.

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* ThanatosGambit: [[spoiler:[[HeroicSacrifice He used his death to save his daughters]]. His spirit sticks around to continue leading them, and plan %%%% Already covered by My Death Is Only The Beginning. This trope is for a better strategy to defeat Aku (namely finding and recruiting Samurai Jack).]]
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: The Scotsman may be huge, but his wife is ''bigger'' and ''taller''
the end of plans, rather than him.a continuation.
%%%* Thanatos Gambit:


![[center:'''[[Characters/SamuraiJack Index]]:''' [[Characters/SamuraiJackJack Samurai Jack]] | Scotsman & Family | [[Characters/SamuraiJackAllies Other Allies]] | [[Characters/SamuraiJackAku Aku]] | [[Characters/SamuraiJackCultOfAku Cult of Aku]] | [[Characters/SamuraiJackAshi Ashi]] | [[Characters/SamuraiJackEnemies Other Enemies]] | [[Characters/SamuraiJackComics Comics]] ]]

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![[center:'''[[Characters/SamuraiJack !![[center:'''[[Characters/SamuraiJack Index]]:''' [[Characters/SamuraiJackJack Samurai Jack]] | Scotsman & Family | [[Characters/SamuraiJackAllies Other Allies]] | [[Characters/SamuraiJackAku Aku]] | [[Characters/SamuraiJackCultOfAku Cult of Aku]] | [[Characters/SamuraiJackAshi Ashi]] | [[Characters/SamuraiJackEnemies Other Enemies]] | [[Characters/SamuraiJackComics Comics]] ]]


* UnskilledButStrong: Compared to Jack, who relies on several sword techniques and fast reflexes to overcome his opponent, the Scotsman simply attacks head on with everything he's got, shrugging off any attacks that hit him. He's still very skilled, mind you, he just prefers to use brute force over strategy when fighting.

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* UnskilledButStrong: Compared to Jack, who relies on several sword techniques and fast reflexes to overcome his opponent, the Scotsman simply attacks head on with everything he's got, shrugging off any attacks that hit him. He's still very skilled, mind you, he just prefers to use brute force over as his strategy when fighting.

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