thePOTS wrote:2) In Landis, when a character DOES drain the energy from his/her opponent, it is dueto the natural law of energy...it doesn't disappear, so it just gets swallowed by another Everlasting.
thePOTS wrote:3) The immortals themself have something in their lineage that makes them become immortal. Thus, Landis died before she could pass it on to her next of kin. Meaning, it will continue to pass through the lines, as long as they conceive child before they die.
thePOTS wrote:6) Each immortal has a SPECIAL POWER that is unique to them, if they know how to use it. So for example, Guy turned into a giant monster. NOW, Lyght would have that ability for as long as the energy that Guy had remains.
I never quite caught on as to how the Highlander immortals came to be. It just seemed that they all died violent deaths, perhaps with a sense of "unfinished business," and were unable to bear/sire children afterward (though I did gather that Duncan, and certain obvious others, had never had children). So, the immortal "curse" is inevitable for each family line (however many there are) because it will have to fall on someone? That's rough... but a great plot device!
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