The "camp followers"..or sma' folk, also refered to as "Gillies". Apparently "Gillies" is a corruption of the Gaelic word for young men. It´s more commonly accepted they were clansmen, who, at the closing phase of the battle, charged en-masse.
The Scottish Army of Wallace
Scottish Army of Robert Bruce
Medieval Levy (1)
What a big sword he´s got!!..and judging by the flock attached to him (bloody static!!) he´s been hacking the grass.
A poor english soldier who couldn´t run fast enough has been caught by Hamish