McLeod had ignited a rebellion when he stood on the table in the great hall during and challenged the Bishop to let the people worship as they please. He now risked his brother’s life by tasking him with a transmission of the battle plans to deliver to MacDonald while he hide, laying in wait for the day of battle. If his brother were to be caught by the Bishop’s men and their plan revealed, any hope for freedom would be lost. His only hope rested on a boy of fourteen summers. God help them all.