|Family||Lord Macintosh (Father)|
|Friends||Young MacGuffin, Wee Dingwall, Merida DunBroch|
Young Macintosh is a young, well-proportionate man in his late teens with blue Pictish paint curling over his right arm. He has a black mane of hair similar to his father and a large nose. He wears leather boots, leather bands on his wrists and a leather sporran around his kilt (colored in the Macintosh tartan).
Young Macintosh is confident in himself and his abilities to the point of arrogance. He was the first of the heirs to speak out for Merida, and seems to have charmed all of the other young maidens at the gathering as his fan-girls. He is also (like his father) prone to acting melodramatic and does not react well to failure, or even being second best. However, Young Macintosh is otherwise a nice person, shown by his loyalty to his father, and his apparent friendship with Young MacGuffin and Wee Dingwall.
When competing in archery, a crowd of peasant girls were group together, screaming and ogling at him like high school girls as he flexed his arms using the bow, indicating his popularity with "regular" girls.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Though weilding no special powers, Young Macintosh does seem to handle a sword with some expertise.
He is always seen carrying a broadsword strapped to his back, but he is shown to has some experience with a bow and arrow (even though he missed the center of the target).
Role in the CrossoverEdit
Unlike his father, who would be the least trusting in the young viking, Young Macintosh on the other hand would find the small viking funny to be around, giving him pointers in charming a lady and finding confusion in his sarcasm.