It's great that there will be a chance to play the Scottish civ in this franchise after all these years. However, some of the implementation of this is a bit mad. The capital is Stirling, which was never a capital. Scotland's historic capital before it was Edinburgh was Scone / Perth, where its kings were crowned. Haddington is on the city list. I don't know if one of the designers is from there, it isn't very important historically compared to lots of places. They have a Highlander as the unique unit, which is fine; but it has a red coat, which is only worn in the service of the English/British (another civ). American soldiers wore red coats in such service too, but a "Patriot" UU would not have a red coat! The leader of Scotland is Robert Bruce, which is fair enough. But they have him speaking Middle English. It is true that this language became the Scottish court language, but only in the late 1300s after the revival of the language's prestige with Chaucer et al. The language was spoken in the south-east of the country and in towns, but Robert was an aristocrat whose native languages were French and Gaelic. English was a middle class language of townsmen and artisans, aristocrats wouldn't have spoken it to social equals or betters. Having Robert Bruce speak English is like having George Bush speak Spanish! The red coated Highlanders and Chaucerian Robert Bruce make Scotland look like a miniature England! Why even have a Scottish civ if it's going to be like that?!