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*McCloud's name and attire suggest that he's of Scottish nationality. Likewise, his ability "Only One" may be in reference to the ''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highlander_(franchise) Highlander]'' series, which, in addition to its Scottish iconography, features the recurring "there can be only one" phrase/concept.
 
*McCloud's name and attire suggest that he's of Scottish nationality. Likewise, his ability "Only One" may be in reference to the ''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highlander_(franchise) Highlander]'' series, which, in addition to its Scottish iconography, features the recurring "there can be only one" phrase/concept.
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*McCloud is the second British character, the first being [[Tracer]] which she is from England, but he is from Scotland.
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*McCloud share the similar traits to Demoman from ''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Team_Fortress_2 Team Fortress 2]''.
 
*On [[King's Row]], there is a painting hanging in the Ascalon Club depicting identically Scottish-looking characters with blue face paint. In particular, the painting's key figure on horseback is similar to the concept art of McCloud provided at BlizzCon.
 
*On [[King's Row]], there is a painting hanging in the Ascalon Club depicting identically Scottish-looking characters with blue face paint. In particular, the painting's key figure on horseback is similar to the concept art of McCloud provided at BlizzCon.
   

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