The Highlander's last 50 years aren't
well documented - a stark contrast to his adventures after 1992.
Is witness to a bomb
explosion in London set off by fellow Immortal Liam O'Rourke in the
name of Irish freedom. Duncan turns him and his mortal girlfriend in
and O'Rourke swears revenge (F12,
Fitz finally makes good on a 230-year old bet by helping Mac (with a
little assistance from Amanda) steal the Stone of Scone and return it
to Scotland (E15, 'The Stone
Visits Carl Robinson as segregation is finally declared
unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court (B9,
'Run For Your Life').
Meets up with Coltec
as the evil is beginning to consume the Hayoka - not helped by the
fact that Coltec has just killed a psychotic Immortal (D13,
Duncan is aware that Quenten Barnes has been
'executed' (B3, 'Turnabout').
Macleod encounters Cage
for the second time, as the Immortal abandons a group of Cambodian
refugee children to the Khmer Rouge (C13,
Duncan lives the life
of a playboy in Monaco, losing a lot of money to an unnamed British
agent who answers to 'M' (E13,
'The Ransom of Richard Redstone').
Meets Tessa when he jumps
onboard a tour boat where she's working as a guide (A14,
'For Evil's Sake').
Duncan settles down with
Tessa and retires from The Game (A1,
Duncan confronts old nemesis Walter Reinhardt on
a boat during a New Year's Eve party. After Reinhardt is knocked
overboard, Duncan returns to the party just in time to see in 1989 (A10,
'Revenge is Sweet').
Spoilsport Immortal Slan Quince goes after Duncan's head, forcing him
back into The Game. On a more positive note, Duncan meets clansman
Connor for the first time in a while, too (A1,
'The Gathering'). Sadly, it also proves to be the last time for a
while, as Connor withdraws from the Game to a place called the
Sanctuary after losing his old friend Rachel in an explosion caused by
evil Immortal Jacob Kell (G1,