You have done well in influencing your people to fight for you. You have
realised the power of Scottish national pride.
You revel in your victory at Bannockburn, but you cannot stop now. There is still plenty to do in planting Scotland's roots.
Consider you predecessor – Alexander III. He recognised the conflict of Gaelic and Anglo-Norman cultures in his kingdom. To attempt to unify them, he drew upon the strength of Scotland's Gaelic heritage.
In an attempt to mythologise his own rule with the birth of Scotland, Alexander III had his bloodlines recited back to Scota.