They were only seen in Episode XVII: Jack and the Scotsman, Part 2, as they welcomed home The Scotsman and threatened Jack. They had seen him as weak due to his culture and size, until The Scotsman angrily disproved this by revealing it was Jack who had battled Aku's bounty hunters with him. The Clan then welcome The Prince as an honored guest and serve him a plate of haggis. However, the Festivities are brought to a halt by The Dru'it, due to Jack not having proven himself as a "True Man" to be an official ally to The Clan, and to save The Scotsman's Wife. The Samurai is then required to compete in throwing stones against one of the largest Clan members to prove himself. The Warrior launches his stone while Jack struggles to even lift his; however, the samurai comes up with a plan. He congratulates his opponent and offers to shake hands, only to turn the handshake into a throw that sends his competitor flying into his own stone, despite weighing twenty times as much. Despite the unorthodox solution to their challenge, the clan immediately accepted Jack as a "True Man", allowing him to accompany The Scotsman on his quest to rescue his wife.
It is unknown how the past Aku's destruction affected their existence.
The Scotsman's Clan are very similar to The Scotsman himself in personality, as evident by their dislike and underestimation of Jack, judging him by his gi and even having identical insults to it, calling it a "dress".
Their festive side is shown when The Scotsman returns, during Jack's welcoming and his victory in the Rock throwing competition.
Skills and Abilities
The members of the clan are never seen in action, though it can be assumed that they are similar, yet inferior, to The Scotsman in combat, as they are seen with Scottish Claymores of their own and Animal based pouches which may also contain explosives. However, unlike Their Mightiest Warrior, they lack The Magic Runes engraved on his own sword, and his Firearm Peg Leg. They also possess great physical strength, as their "champion" for the rock-throwing competition was able to lift and toss a large stone that Jack himself couldn't budge; similarly, being thrown into his own rock by Jack only seemed to daze him.