An Immortal who lost his saloon to Amanda (see A) in a poker game. He
then suffered a 107-year run of bad luck which he blamed her for. Get
in the queue, Kit (D5, 'Double
Blew up a
London pub in 1946 as part of the Irish cause, then wondered why
Duncan turned him in. Stay with the plot, Liam (F12,
'To Be'; F13, 'Not to Be').
Methos' hidden identity as a Watcher researcher that's
only exposed when Kalas comes after him in 1993 (C16,
Thief-turned-fashion designer who coveted beauty to the extent that he
killed lovers before the flush of youth deserted them - admittedly
after they discovered his secret. How very considerate. (A19,
'Eye of the Beholder')
Until Immortals 'die' for the first time, their
immortality is dormant, and can only be triggered by a violent death.
They are sterile, and emit a faint 'buzz' to other Immortals, but
otherwise look like normal humans. It is possible for them to live a
normal life and die like any other human - how many potential
Immortals have been spared the fate of dueling down the centuries
simply because they stayed indoors all their lives?
This is the result of all the Quickenings of all
Immortals channelled into the final one left alive, and promises to be
quite a rush for the winner. No wonder they're all keen to win it...